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Journal and Correspondence of the Council of Maryland, 1780-1781
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348 Proceedings and Correspondence

March 11
Liber No. 78
P. 87

[Council to Col. Hooper.]

We received your Letter at a Time that we were very busily em-
ployed with the Marquis de la Fayette, and to whom it was delivered
to extract the Intelligence as material to' his Expedition down the
Bay. He has unluckily carried it with him so that we cannot answer
it particularly, and we had nearly the same Intelligence from Col.
Dashiel the Lieutenant of Somerset to whom we have wrote more
fully. We doubt not your every Exertion to repel the Enemy and
we have reason to hope the Time is not far off when they may be
compelled to retreat and look to their own Safety, mean Time you
will continue your Vigilance

March 12
Liber C. B

No, 29

p-57

Monday 12 March 1781

Ordered that the Commissary of Stores deliver to Archibald
Johnson of the 1st Regimt one suit of Cloaths and two shirts. Edward
Timms of the same Regiment two shirts and one pair of shoes.
John German of the same Regimt and John Lindsey of ditto, each
one shirt and one pair of Overalls. William Roberts of the same
Regiment one shirt and one pair of shoes. Peter Byatt of the same
Regimt one pair of Overalls. William Broton of the 6th Regimt one
pair Overalls & one shirt. William Browning of the 2nd Regimt one
Shirt and also to Capt Edward Pratt of the 1st Regimt one suit of
Cloaths and Linen for two shirts in part of the Articles for the
present year.
That the western shore Treasurer pay to Hannah May one Pound
seventeen shillings and six pence of the new Emission due her per
Acct passed by the Depy Aud.
That the said Treasurer pay to Capt. Edward Pratt Twenty two
pounds eight shillings and ten pence half penny of the same Emission
due him per Account passed by the Depy Audr
That the said Treasurer pay to Elizabeth Issabell two pounds
fourteen shillings and seven pence half penny of the same Emission
due her per Account passed by the Depy Aud.
That the said Treasurer pay to Thomas Gassaway one hundred
and fifty Pounds of the same Emission on Account of his Salary.
That the said Treasurer pay to Robert Johnson six Pounds eleven
shillings and three pence of the same Emission due him p Acct passed
by the D. Aud.
That the said Treasurer pay to Doct. Nathan Brownson Purveyor
General of the Hospitals of the Southern Department one hundred
Pounds two hundred Pounds three hundred pounds and four hundred
pounds in part of an order drawn in his favor by Major Gen Greene
Commander in Chief in the Southern Department for two thousand
pounds Specie agreeable to a Resolution of Congress of June last



 
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