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Journal and Correspondence of the Council of Maryland, 1781-1784
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Council of Maryland, 1781-1782. 15


That the said Treasurer pay to Lieut Isaac Rawlings seven pounds,
Seven Shillings of the Bills emitted under the Act for the money
appropriated for the present Campaign for Stores on Acct
That the Said Treasurer pay to Mary Ransom two pounds of the
Same Emission of the money aforesaid due her per Acct passed by
the D. Aud
That the Said Treasurer pay to John Worthington thirty three
pounds thirteen shillings and nine pence of the same Emission, of
the money aforesaid per Account passed by the Aud. Genl. —
That the Commissary of Stores deliver to Mark Griffin & William
Vaughan late Soldiers in the 2d Regimt, each, a Suit of Cloaths one
Shirt, one pair Shoes and one pair Stockings — Robert Rankin one
Coat one pair Breeches, & one pair Stockings — Isaac Johnson,
Thomas Hill, John Burk, William Taylor, William Wilson, Pearce
Deakin, James Dennison, & Thomas Lovely in Colo Rawlings's late
Regiment, each, a Suit of Cloaths, two Shirts, one pair shoes, & one
pair Stockings and also to Serjeant Ginn, seven suits of Cloaths,
fourteen shirts, seven pair shoes & seven pair Stockings for seven
other soldiers of said Regimt and one pair Breeches and one pair
Stockings for himself three yards Osnabg to be returned —
That John Bullen deliver to Serjeant Ginn one Horse saddle and
Bridle to be returned. —
That the Eastern Shore Treasurer pay over to the western shore
Treasurer two hundred and thirteen thousand, eight hundred and
ninety two pounds of Tobacco, Sixty five thousand, nine hundred and
eighteen pounds thirteen Shillings and four pence of the old Conti-
nental and Convention Emissions, thirteen thousand, three hundred
and thirty five pounds, five shillings and six pence of the Emission
of June 1780. And four thousand four hundred and ninety three
pounds, eleven shillings and eight pence of the Emission of May
1781 —
That the Commissary of Stores deliver to Samuel Garey late a
soldier in the 7th Regimt, one Coat, one Jacket, one pair Breeches one
Shirt, one pair Shoes one pair Stockings in part of the Clothing
due him

December 6
Liber C. B.
No. 24
p. 189

[Council to The Officer commanding the Continental Troops
in Annapolis]

The very great Expence and Inconvenience arising to this State

by detaining Continental Soldiere in this City, together with the
pressing Demands for their Services in the Southern Army, make it
incumbent on us to submit to you the Propriety of giving Directions
for the March of the Troops without Delay. A Quantity of Cloath-
ing, for the Maryland Line, and a Number of Horses are to proceed
with them.

December 6
Liber No. 78
p. 306



 
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