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

August 3
Liber C. B.
No. 24

p. 122

County and the other hundred pounds to George Murdock to be by
them Accounted for.
That the said Treasurer pay to Robert Denny Fifty Dollars of the
same Emission of the money appropriated as aforesaid to be delivered
over to Mr Le Gar of South Carolina and three other Gentlemen
from that State on their way to Philadelphia to be repaid by Mr Le

Car to the Maryland Delegates in Congress & to be by the said Denny

accounted for.
That the said Treasurer pay to John H. Stone Esquire Twenty five
pounds of the same Emission of the money appropriated for the
Defence of the State on Account.
That the Commissary of stores deliver to Hugh Keane late a soldier
in the 2d Regimt one hat, one Coat, one Vest, one shirt & one pr shoes,
& also to Colo Wool ford facings for a Coat & Lining for a Waistcoat.
That the Issuing Commissary deliver to Commodore Grason fifty
pounds of Tallow for the use of the Revenge Intrepid & Terrible
Barges.
That the Armourer deliver to the said Commodore Grason as much
Wadding or Junk for making Wadding as he may think necessary
for the above Barges.

Commissions issued to Thomas Beatty appointed Captn Conrod
Doll Lieut. and Henry Hoffstadler Ensign of a Company of Select
Militia raised in Frederick County.

August 3
Liber No. 78
p. 229

[Council to Gen'1 Smallwood.]

Commodore Grason has brought with him a Number of Prisoners
of war taken in one of the Enemys Barges, we shall take it as a par-
ticular Favor if you will have them properly secured.

Ibid.

[Council to George Murdock, Esqr.]

p. 230

We have received your Letter of the 30th of July and to answer
immediate pressing Expences one hundred Pounds of the Money
allowed by the Assembly for carrying on the Present Campaign is
granted to you on Account and goes under the Care of Mr Streaker,
You will please to observe that the Money cannot be issued but at
the full Value of Specie and for Nothing but Debts contracted since
19th July last, all former Claims are to be reduced to Specie and Cer-
tificates granted with Interest to be paid hereafter.

Ibid.

[Council to Richard Barnes, Esqr.]

We have received your Letter of the 30th July, and agree with you
that the sooner the draughted Men are sent here the better, we wrote
on the 23d July ordering them to this Place, the regiments are filling
fast by the nine Months men enlisting for the war, when the Person



 
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