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you have it at this pressing Occasion. You will also send what Salt
Provision you have or that may be in the Possession of Mr Donellan
to be delivered to Mr Yeates at the Head of Elk. To carry this
Business into immediate Execution, if it should be necessary we
request you to apply to General Gist or the commanding Officer in
Baltimore for his Assistance, who we have no Doubt will furnish
such Guard as may be requisite

February 28
Liber No. 78
p. 73
P. 74

[Council to Col. Hollingsworth.]

We received your Letter of the 27th by Mr Wright and request you
to procure and furnish what flesh and bread Provisions may be
necessary for the Detachment under the Command of the Marquis
De La Fayette, and think you should purchase what fat Cattle there
are in your Neighbourhood, and may engage to pay hard Money for
them or the Value in paper Money at the Time of Payment. It is
our earnest Desire that you should afford Mr Yeates every Assistance
in your Power on this very urgent Occasion.

Ibid.

[Council to Joshua Beall Esqr.]

We have received your Letter of the 2 7th past and have appointed
Mr Joseph Walker to receive and provide for such Recruits as may be
raised in Prince George's County.

Ibid.

[Council Circular to the Naval Officers.]

Enclosed you have blank Registers signed and sealed by the
Governor, which are sent to you pursuant to the Act of the General
Assembly which is also enclosed, that you may act agreeable thereto.

Ibid.

[Council to Commissioner of the Tax for Prince George's County.]

We received your Favor of the 23rd Instant, and have sent an
Extract of the Supplement to the Act to raise the supplies for the
year 1781 which will give you full Information on the Subject of
your Letter.

Ibid.

Thursday 1st March 1781

Ordered that the western shore Treasurer pay to Ens. Jacob Craw-
ford of the 2d Regimt six pounds eight shillings and three pence of 1
the new Emission in lieu of two hundred and fifty six pounds ten
shillings due him for stores per Acct passed D. A.
That the said Treasurer pay to John Cockey two hundred and
thirty three pounds, one shilling and ten pence half penny of the
same Emission due him per Account passed by the Aud. Genl
That the said Treasurer pay to Adam Ribb nineteen pounds thir-
teen shillings & nine pence of the same Emission due him per Acct
passed by the Aud. Genl

March I
Liber C. B.
No. 24
p. Si



 
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