Liber C. B.
Tuesday 24th April 1781.
Ordered that the western shore Treasurer pay to Capt. Jonathan
Morris of the 7th Regiment fourteen pounds eight shillings and six
pence due him for Stores per Account passed by the Depy Aud.
That the said Treasurer pay to Daniel Munro six pounds on
That the said Treasurer pay to John King six pounds fifteen
shillgs on Acct
That the said Treasurer pay to George Adams, seven pounds ten
shillings on Acct
That the said Treasurer pay to Lieut Thomas Price of the 3d
Regiment four pounds, sixteen shillings and two pence due him
for Stores p Acct passed by the D. Aud.
That the Issuing Commissary deliver to Capt Jonathan Morris
eighteen gallons of Rum and Seventy two pounds of Sugar and also
to Lieut Thomas Price six gallons of Rum and twenty four pounds of
Sugar due to the 1st Inst
That the Armourer deliver to the orders of Thomas Contee and
William Alien Esqr two 9t Cannon, 2 barrels cannon powder & 50t
shot to be delivd to Joseph Wilkinson Esqr Lieut of Calvert County
for the use of the Militia of said County.
Liber No. 78
[Council to Col. Richard Dallam.]
Yours of the 22d Instant we have received and are much surprized
to be informed of your admitting Groves and France to bail after
receiving our Directions to have them sent under a sufficient Guard
to this Place for Examination. You will have them and all others
under Similar Circumstances immediately apprehended and sent
down agreeable to our former Directions with their Papers, and all
the Testimony against them that you can collect. We hope and expect
you will make the most diligent Enquiries that these People may be
discovered and brought to condign Punishment. We have not Time
to determine on that Part of your Letter respecting the Application
of the captured Flour, only that the Vessel ought to be sent to a