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

November 1
Liber C. B.
No. 24
p. 174

Thursday 1st November 1781

Ordered that the western shore Treasurer pay to Capt. Robert
Denny eight pounds ten shillings Specie part of the 4OOo£ appro-
priated to the Officers going to the Southward on Account.

p. 175

Ordered that the western shore Treasurer pay to Capt. Robert
Denny five pounds of the Bills emitted under the Act for the Emission
of Bills of Credit &ca of the money appropriated for the present Cam-
paign to be delivered over to Thomas Barclay a soldier in the Mary-
land Line lately returned from Captivity in Charles Town So. Caro-
lina on Account.
That Mr Shaw, Armourer deliver to Lieut. Henry Clements six-
teen muskets and Accoutrements, sixteen Cartridge Boxes and four
rounds Cartridges to each.
That the Commissary of Stores deliver to Philip Windsor a soldier
of the Delaware Regiment one Shirt, one pair woollen overalls one
pair Socks and one pair Shoes.
Permission is hereby given George Lumbly of Baltimore County to
solicit the Officer Commanding the Out Posts of the American Army
for his Licence to go into the City of New York for the purpose of
obtaining a Passage from thence to Great Britain not to return to
this Stae during the present War between America and Great Britain
without the leave of the Governor and Council for the time being
first had and obtained.

November 1
Liber No. 78
p. 298

[Council to Charles Blake, Esqr.]

Your Letters of the 23rd & 28th Ulto we have received and presume
Colo Blaine has given you Directions about the Cattle collected in your
County for the Army as he informed us in Septr the Places of Deposit
on your Shore were approved of by his Excellency and that Measures
had been or would be immediately taken for slaughtering the Cattle
and salting them down in Bulk and transporting the Beef to the Army.
The Time of year, and situation you describe the Cattle to be in,
render it necessary you should immediately proceed to slaughtering
the whole and salting them down, if you have a Sufficient Quantity of
Salt on Hand, if you have not you should make immediate Appli-
cation to Colo Blaine for what you may want, at any Rate, as many
Cattle should be slaughtered immediately as you have Salt to preserve.
When you have a considerable Quantity ready to be sent off, inform
us, and we will send you Vessels, if they can be obtained

November 2
Liber C. B.
No. 24
p. 175

Friday 2d November 1781

Ordered that the Commissary of Stores deliver to Serjeant Nichol-
son three Camp Kettles for the use of the 5. Regimentt



 
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