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Journal and Correspondence of the Council of Maryland, 1780-1781
Volume 45, Page 36   View pdf image (33K)
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36 Journal and Correspondence

July 30

Turnbull. As some of the Classes did not bring in their Substitutes
to this place; And several of the men who appeared, wanting a day
or two to settle their affairs; In order to save Expence, I granted
them furlows till Wenesday Next When they are all to appear at
Annapolis. Cap" Hill is to March with the remainder from this
place for Annapolis on Wensday Morning By him I shall send a
return of all the substitutes procured by this county together with
the Enrolements. I Expect you will receive this by Abraham Barker
a substitute for the new Redgt who has with him Roger Malloy &
James Wilson for the Old to whome I have advanced Sixty Dollars
to Carry them on their way to Annapolis, where they Expect to
receive their continental Bounty Cloaths &c.

July 30

[H. Hollingsworth, Head of Elk to His Excellency
Thomas Sim Lee]
Dear Sir At the request of Colo Tompson I have ordred Capt
Howell of the Continental Schooner Speedwell to your Excellency
and Honors for the necessary Clothing Blankets &ca of our new
rais'd recruits, which Colo Tompson wrights you of, I have only to
mention that as she is a public Vessell any matter or thing that may
want to be forwarded to this post will come safe by Capt. Howell,
and to Intreat the favor of knowing the State of the Enemys cruises
in the Bay, that I may know how to act accordingly, shall be glad to
know the fate of the armes and amunition sent down under convoy
of the State Boats and Capt. Massey.
Mr Barruch Williams commissary for this County has advis'd
with me about the purchase of wheat and Flower, there is some of
each for sale hear, but the people will not sell without the Cash,
this I take the Liberty of mentioning to shew how necessary it is
to have the purchaser in this County well supply'd as the Grain and
flower of this State would come naturally hear, with very Little
Expence to the State, if money could be had for it hear at all times.

July 31

[Jonathan Hudson, Baltimore to Council]
Offers vessel to carry flour to the Havannah.

July 31

[John Thompson, Geo. Baynard and V. Downes Queen Anne's
County to Gov. Lee]
Recommend James Thompson for captaincy in the extra regiment,
(Wm Hemsley also recommends him in Red Book No. 25 Letter
No. 27.)

August 1

[Abraham Risteau, Balt. Town, to His Excellency,
Thos. Sim Lee Esqr.]
Sir The letter I had the honour to receive from you demands
my utmost exertions, the impracticability of doing it with success

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