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

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

seven pounds thirteen shillings & four pence — Adam Foxwell eleven
pounds, eight shillings and four pence — Arnold Norris nineteen
pounds, eighteen shillings and four pence — Samuel Thompson &
Robert Thompson Twenty three pounds Jacob Kicer ten pounds, five
shillings and six pence, of the same Emission due them per Accounts
passed. —
That the said Treasurer pay to Capt George Winchester two
hundred and fifty five pounds, eleven shillings & seven pence of the
same Emission to be delivered over to Capt William Winchester for
the use of his Compy of Select Militia of Frederick Guarding the
Prisoners at Frederick per Payroll examined & passed. —
That the E S. Treasurer pay to Daniel Sullivane thirteen pounds
fifteen shillings of the same Emission for John Anderten due him
p Acel passed —

p. 258

Ordered that the Western shore Treasurer pay to Captain George
Winchester for the use of Capt John Gist of Colo Nathaniel Gists
Regiment thirty pounds of the Bills emitted under the Act for the
Emission of Bills of Credit &ca in lieu of a Suit of Cloaths and four
Shirts for the Year 1780 and also twenty five pounds sixteen shil-
lings of the same Emission for Stores to the 1st of January 1781
on Acct —
That the said Treasurer pay to John Ball twenty one pounds and
eleven pence of the same Emission due on a Certificate issued agree-
able to the Act to adjust the Debts due from this State. —
That the said Treasurer pay to Allen Quynn Esquire one hundred
and thirty two pounds, six shillings and eleven pence Specie agree-
able to the "Act to adjust the Debts due from this State " per Cer-
tificates passed. —
That Captain Philemon Warfield deliver two barrels of Cannon
and one Barrel of Musket powder for the use of the Barges and
Plater.—
Permission is hereby granted to the British Officers having a
Charge of Clothing and necessaries for the British Prisoners at Fred-
erick Town to attend the Waggons with the Clothing in the direct
route from Baltimore to Frederick Town; and after the same are
delivered to the Commanding Officer of the Prisoners to return un-
molested by the same Route to Baltimore and to go on Board the
Flag Vessels which are then to Depart. —

April 13
Liber No. 78
p. 340

[Council to Commodore Grason]
Capt. Bryan, who has Orders to attend you in the Boat Plater,
brings the Articles wanted for fitting out the Barges, which we
earnestly hope will be effected without the least Delay, the more
especially as so much Time has already been consumed. That you
may not be subject to the Inconveniences resulting from too par-



 
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