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of the Council of Maryland. 657


Peter Borat, George Shaver, Jacob Hasen, George Valentine, Samuel
Larmar William Mound, John Fisher and John Bomgardner. Fred-
erick, Christopher Waggoner, Frederick Stitely, Archibald Roberts,
George Baker, Martin Hecketon, Henry Young, Thomas Hueston
John Casey, William Dunn, John Miller, William Dobson, Frederick
Beard and Joseph Mills. Queen Anns, James Harris & Thos Wil-
liams. Charles, William Combs, William Olliver. Cecil, Hartley
Sapington Jesse McDole, Joseph Polston, Benjamin McElvin, Thos
Fitzsimmons John Nelson, James Redman, Robert Scott, William
Ford, John Newby & Jonathan Richardson.
Caroline, Alexander Leath. Ann Arundel, Richard Fogget.
Calvert, William Dobson. Baltimore, Lodawick Laceman. St.
Marys, Ignatius Mattingly and Ann Arundel, Thomas Beard.
Frederick, Edward Bryan.

October 30
Liber C. B.
No. 24
P. 174

[Council to John Bullen, Esqr.]

There being a Necessity for procuring Forage for the public
Horses under your Care, if you cannot purchase it on reasonable
Terms, for the Money current, you are hereby authorized to procure
by seizure, Sufficient Quantities of Forage for the Support of the
Horses, having a strict Regard, not to distress the Families of the
Persons from whom you shall take it.

October 30

Liber No 78

p. 297

Wednesday 31 October 1781
Ordered that the western shore Treasurer pay to John Bullen Esqr
Two hundred and fifty pounds of the Bills emitted under the Act for
the Emission of Bills of Credit &ca of the money appropriated for
the present Campaign on Account.
That the said Treasurer pay to Nicholas Thomas Esquire ludge
of the General Court two hundred and fifty pounds of the same
Emission of the money appropd for the Defence of the State on
Account.

October 31
Liber C. B.
No. 24

p. 174

[Council to John Muir, Esqr.]

We request you to have all the woollen Socks and stockings and all ;
the woollen Cloathing made, immediately packed up and invoiced;
they are to be forwarded tomorrow for our Army at the Southward.
You will receive from Mr West what socks and Stockings he may
offer.

October 31
Liber No. 78
p. 297

[Council to John Bullen, Esqr.]

A Waggon and Horses will be wanted to convey the Cloathing &ca
with the Troops and Horses that are to march for the Southward
tomorrow which we request you will furnish Capt. Clements with
42

Ibid,
p. 298



 
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