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Journal and Correspondence of the Council of Maryland, 1781-1784
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Council of Maryland, 1781-1782. 129


Act for the Emission of Bills of Credit &ca to be delivered over as
follows — nine pounds, ten shillings to be by him retained — ten pounds
to Charles Oglesby, eight pounds, eleven shillings and eight pence
to James Hickinbotham — seven pounds, sixteen shillings and eight
pence to William Hughes — nine pounds to Jeremiah Hogins — Eleven
pounds, sixteen shillings and eight pence to Robert Meekins — five
pounds, thirteen shillings and four pence to Beale Thomas — nine
pounds, eleven shillings, and eight pence to John Perkins and nine
pounds, fifteen shillings to Sterling Thomas due them per Accounts
passed. —
That the said Treasurer pay to Basil Clements Ensign in the late
Extra. Regiment one hundred and thirty two pounds, six shillings
and two pence of the same Emission due him p Account passed. —
That the said Treasurer pay to William Allen fifty five pounds
six shillings and eight pence due Shiles & Allen & Benjamin Yeates
nine pounds, fifteen shillings & William Fream Ten pounds, six
Shillings and eight pence of the same Emisson per Accounts passed. —
That the said Treasurer pay to the Honorable Daniel of St Thomas
Jenifer Intendant two hundred and fifty pounds of the same Emis-
sion to be by him accounted for. —

April 12
Liber C. B.
No. 24
p. 257

[Council to Honble Intendant.]

The Troops at this Post, are in Want of an immediate Supply
of Provisions. We suppose one hundred Barrels of Flour and as
much Beef or Pork, will be sufficient for the present, and request you
to take Measures to have them furnished as soon as possible

April 12
Liber No. 78
p. 339

[Council to Honble Robert Morris Esqr]

We have been honored with your Circular Letters of the 9th of
Feby and the 9th of March 1782, and are very anxious to receive the
important Acts of Congress alluded to in the latter. As our Assem-
bly will meet the 25th of the present Month, and probably for a very
short Session, we need not urge the Propriety of your forwarding
immediately, those and any other Acts of Congress within your De-
partment, which may require their Consideration. Permit us, before

Ibid.

we conclude, to suggest one Observation, the Force of which you
must be fully sensible of. A Popular Assembly will give their own,
and the Money of their Constituents, with infinitely less Reluctance,
when they know how every Shilling granted by them is to be applied.

p. 340

Saturday 13th April 1782

Ordered that the western shore Treasurer pay to Francis Insley
eleven pounds, eleven shillings and eight pence — Joseph Reswick

9

April 13
Liber C. B.
No. 24
p. 257



 
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