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Journal and Correspondence of the Council of Maryland, 1781
Volume 47, Page 478   View pdf image (33K)
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478 Letters to the Governor and Council

September 5

more proper Objects in Somerset, then him to make Examples of.
I have had a very severe fit of Illness as I Believe I should have had
more of Our Deserters taken up I am at present much Better and shall
use my utmost endeavours to apprehend & send forward such as Can
be had.

September 5

[Hezekiah Reeder, Port Tobacco, to the Council.]

I have sent by Edward Kerrick 44 Beeves the remainder of the first
order has been lost in this County shall have them collected and sent
with the others to George Town you will furnish me with Cash to
compleat your last order. I have about 5 or 600 Bushels of old wheat
on hand which is getting full of the fly, should be glad you will direct
where it is to be sent if you think of sending it away shall be in want
of Cash to pay the expence

September 5

[Draughted men of Cecil County, Citty of Anapolis, To his Excel-
lency Thomas Sim Lee Esqr Governor and Commander in Chief
in and over said State and to the Honourable the Members of
the Privy Council]

Your Petitioners one and all having been assured by Colo Thomson
Lieut: for said County that there is an act passd intituling each of us
to receive 20 Dollars & a suit of Cloaths depending upon said assur-
ance your Petitioners left their Cloaths behind; and are now utterly
incapable of serving their country though if Justice is done them
freely willing to perform theirs, In hopes that your Excelly and the
Honble the members of your Privy Council will take our Case into
your Consideration Your Petitionrs as in Duty Bound Shall ever
pray &c.

Aaron Latham ;

John Neilson;

Dennis [Lormergaz ?] ;

Benjamin Ford;

George Gwynn ;

Thomas Fitsimmons;

[Peter C. Scott?]

John Newby;

Hartley Sappington;

Patrick Shills;

Jonathan Richardson;

Nathaniel Stormont;

William Ford;

Francis Shills;

Joseph Poison ;

Jonathan Hartshorn;

James Hill;

Joseph Mills;

Benjamin [Macolan?] ;

Matthew McConnel;

Jese [McDowel ?] ;

John Smallwood;

James Redman;

Geo. Campbell, Sergt;

Jeremiah Connelly;

Humphrey Pugh Sergt;

Mathew Doren;

Saml Lankester.

Benjamin Reed;

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