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of the Council of Maryland. 267


[Council to Mr. George Murdock]

We send you by Doct Scheneleby 20 Hogsheads of Tobacco and
have wrote to the Commissary of Montgomery Prince Georges
Charles and St Marys Counties to forward to you all the Beef on
the Hoof they can It is not in our Power to supply you with any
continental Money.

January 8
Liber No. 78
p. 30

[Council to Trustees for the Poor of Frederick County]

The Intention of the General Assembly in passing the enclosed Act
was principally to obtain Accomodations for Part of the Convention
Troops in Frederick Town, and it is our Wish that you may make it
convenient to rent the poor House to Col. Wood with as little Delay
as possible.

Ibid.

[Council to Mr. John Brookes]

We have received yours of the 6th Instant and shall send the Salt
you desire in two or three Days. Mr Hutchinson will deliver you
£250 of the new Emission which is the only kind of Money we are
enabled to send you, we request you will exert yourself in procuring
Provisions and send to Mr George Murdock of Frederick Town
all the Beef on the Hoof that you have received or may receive.

Ibid.

[Council to The House of Delegates.]

Agreeable to your request communicated by Col. Dashiel, We
enclose you a List of Commissaries. We are not acquainted with
any Complaint against any of the Commissaries nor can we point
out any Instances of Misconduct. We believe they have executed
the Duties of the office with Fidelity. It was not in their Power to
answer fully the Purposes of their Appointment because we could
not supply them with Money and the People would not sell their
Property for Certificates.

Ibid.
p. 31

Tuesday 9th January 1781

Ordered the western shore Treasurer pay to Lieut Clement Sker-
ret of Capt. Brownes Company of Artillery one pound, one shilling
and six pence of the new Emissions in lieu of forty three pounds
two shillings and six pence due him per Account passed by the Aud.
General.
That the said Treasurer pay to Capt Gilbert Middleton eleven

pounds twelve shillings and six pence of the same Emission in lieu

of four hundred and sixty five pounds due him per Account passed
by the Aud. Genl
That the said Treasurer pay to Henry Schnebely nine hundred
and sixty three pounds, eleven shillings and one penny three farth-
ings of the same Emission in lieu of thirty eight thousand five hun-

January g
Liber C. B.
No. 24
p. 26



 
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