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Journal and Correspondence of the Council of Maryland, 1781-1784
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124 Journal and Correspondence.

April 6
Liber C. B.
No. 24
p. 254

& four pence to Frederick Stitely, five pounds three shillings and four
pence to Christopher Waggoner six pounds to Leonard Campbell
two pounds to Jacob Wolfe one pound, seventeen shillings & six
pence to Benjamin Musgrave seven pounds, nine shillings and two
pence to Robert Wood eleven shillings and seven pence to Henry
Reid two pounds, three shillings and five pence to John Graybill
one pound, three shillings and nine pence to William Rinner one
pound three shillings and six pence to Abel Miller seven pounds,
seventeen shillings and nine pence to Jacob Kaller six pounds to
Adam Crazier six pounds to Jacob Collins six pounds to George
Ream five pounds to Henry Barruck two pounds, one shilling and
one penny to Joseph Wood fifteen shillings and nine pence to John

Wood tWO pounds eleven shillings tn William Waggoner two

pounds five shillings to John Cookerly six shillings to George
Boner seven shillings and six pence to Matthias Mort four pounds
nine shillings and nine pence to Daniel Sheilor four pounds; four
shillings to William Bentley five pounds, eleven shillings to Philip
Smith four pounds, three shillings and three pence to John
Barruck four pounds, two shillings and six pence to Henry Grass
twenty one pounds, nineteen shillings and eight pence to Simon
Merredith thirty seven pounds, two shillings and seven pence to
Robert Fulton & three pounds, nineteen shillings and five pence to
George Truck due them per Accounts passed.

April 6
Liber No. 78
p. 338

[Council to Honble Intendant.]
There is a Balance of upwards of sixty Pounds Specie due to
Capt Bryan of the Boat Plater. This Board contracted with him for
Specie, or the Value thereof, and wish him to be paid agreeable to
Contract. He now wants sixty Pounds, for which we have referred
him to you

Ibid.

[Council to Capt. Daniel Bryan.]

You will proceed to Baltimore tomorrow Morning, where you will
get from Mr John Dorsey, two Coil of Rope, one of two Inch for
the Plater, the other of one Inch, for the Barges. You will call on
the Intendant before you go, who will give you Directions to bring
down a Load of Beef.

Ibid.

[Council to Honble Intendant.]

Mr Crisall informs us that Beef is immediately wanted at this
Post. The Boat Plater is going to Baltimore tomorrow Morning and
can bring down a Load, we will direct Capt. Bryan to take your
Orders.

Ibid.

[Council to Colo John Dorsey.]

The Boat Plater goes up to Baltimore for one Coil of one, and one
of two Inch Rope, which you will be pleased to deliver to Capt.
Bryan on Account of the State.



 
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