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8 Journal and Correspondence

July 8

who is now here & thinks it hard to be kept out of his Money, he has
Purchased a Vessel of Mr McBride & the order above mentioned is
in part paymt a disapointment will be attended with very disagree-
able Consequences to a stranger who I know wishes the Cause Well
& it was his desire that the State shd have these Blankets, not doubt-
ing but when he wanted the money he could Command it. I do not
only Request paymt of the above Bill, (wch Mr McBride says he can
in some measure make easy to you) but for the whole Ballance of the
Blankets as the French Gent will leave the Continent in the course
of two weeks & will want the whole of his Money to Load & fit out
his vessel. I therefore most Earnestly Request that you will please
to furnish Mr Keypott with money sufficient for this Purpose, the
money you pd Mr Blake is all that has been pd on Acct of the Blankets
& the Ball" (Including the above mentioned Bill) is now £53750.
NB. Since Writing the forgoing I have found it Necessary to
make the Bill Twenty five thousand two Hundred & thirty Pounds
Twelve Shillings & six pence say £25230.. 12...6 wch Mr McBride
Promises to make the paymt Easy to you & hope you will Satisfie him

July 8
Fed Book
No. 7
Letter

No. 55

[Sam Huntington, President, Philadelphia to His Excy Govr Lee]

Sir You will receive herewith enclosed an Act of Congress of
the 7th Instant, recommending to the State of Maryland to grant
Permission to such Agent as the Minister of France shall appoint
to purchase in that state any Quantity of Flour not exceeding three
thousand Barrels and ship the same to such of the Spanish Colonies
in the West Indies as he may direct.
This recommendation is founded on the special request of his
Catholic Majesty through the Minister of France to supply the
Spanish Armament lately arrived in the West Indies
The Minister of France I have no Doubt from his Prudence and
good Intentions to serve these States will direct the Purchase in
such Manner as shall be most agreeable to you, and best prevent any
ill Consequences arising therefrom.
There is no room to doubt from the Nature of the Case, this re-
quest will be complied with if the Flour can be spared from the State
of Maryland.

July 9

[Richard Harwood Jr, to Council]

[Recommends Robert Welch Jr. for a Captaincy in the new regi-
ment as a man of " great sobriety and assiduity and well attached to
his country " James Tootell, Annapolis also recommends Welch.]

July 10

[Wm. Hopewell, Salisbury, to Gov. Lee]

[Asks command of extra regiment and that he be given an answer
" as quick as possible."]



 
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