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Journal and Correspondence of the Council of Maryland, 1780-1781
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58 Journal and Correspondence

August 21,
Red Book
No. 26


[T. Donellan, Baltimore, to Gov. Lee]

Sr Am Honor'd with the Rect of your Excellcys Letter of the
21st Ins'
I did not presume to make any conditions with Mr Smith respect-
ing the Flour he Received from me. He told me it must be inspected
before he coud take it, and he also instructed the Inspector, that I
Employed, that he might pass any, but what was unsound, Sour,
musty or unreasonbly Coarse. This covers a Copy of his Rec' to me.
I take the Liberty to acquaint your Excellency that I have great
reason to think that what Flour I have on hand and what daily
comes in, is in General very faulty.

August 24

[Jona Hudson, Balto to His Excellency Thomas Sim Lee]

Dear Sir This will be handed to you by Mr Pocy & Captn
Dubreuil who comes to Annapolis for a comission for the latter they
being both Strangers & the Captll Cannot speak English, you will
oblige me to Render them your assistance & Remove any Difficultys
shd any happen the schooners Name is Necessity Burthen 45 Ton
mounts four Guns the Property of Mess" Laraye & Malett Residents
here, she is a New Vessel If a Regester is Necessary I hope it can
be Granted without Mr Laraye Coms, down but I am told the New
law does not take place untill Novr & that a Regester is not Nessary
when there is a Com. however of this you know best, & please give
them disposition I have wrote to Mr Mene to be the Capts security
shd he Refuse please get some other person & I hereby Promise to
keep such person harmless being what Occurs.

August 22

[J. Niclioison Jr, Chester Town, to Gov. Lee.]

Sir I begg leave to introduce Mrs Chalmers to your Excellency
& the Council. Mrs Chalmers is very anxious to have permission to
go into New York & to return, therefore waits on your Excellency
& the Council, to make a personal application for that purpose, which
permission I flatter myself your Excellency & the Council will be
pleased to grant her, Mrs Chalmer's Anxiety to have permission to
return to this State arises from a hope, that the Legislature will
grant her & Children a Genteel Support out of her Husbands Estate,
which originally belonged to her,
Mrs. Chalmers has been under my Care a considerable time for an
Ulcer in her Nose which has some small Appearance of being can-
cerous, and probably will degenerate into one, without much Care;
the best Advice I think necessary for Mrs Chalmers Care Jas An-
derson Junr
Chester Town Augt 31. 1780.
I have attended and administered to Mrs Chalmers for the com-
plaint in her face, and am of opinion that it has a great tendency to

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