Saturday 29th June 1782
Ordered that the western shore Treasurer pay to Samuel Chew
Esqr forty five Pounds, eight shillings and ten Pence specie agreeable
to the Act to adjust the Debts due from this State per Certificates
That the said Treasurer pay to Jesse Hebb thirty nine Pounds of
the Bills emitted under the Act for the Emission of Bills of Credit &ca
to be delivered over as follows, twenty Pounds to Senate Duvaul,
eight Pounds to Jeremiah Gibson, five Pounds to Joshua Gibson and
six Pounds to Herbert Blackiston the Bounty allowed for manufac-
turing Salt p Acts passed.
That the said Treasurer pay to Samuel Chew Esqr forty five
Pounds, eight shillings and ten Pence and Thomas Johnson junr
five hundred and seven Pounds, thirteen shillings and three Pence
of the same Emission due on Certificates issued agreeable to the
Act to adjust the Debts due from this State.
That the said Treasurer pay to Colo Joseph Wood of the same
Emission ten Pounds, six shillings and eight Pence for the use of
Joseph Allsop and twelve Pounds, three shillings and four Pence for
the use of Thomas Parkinson, and Daniel Heck per Accounts passed.
That the said Treasurer pay to John Crisall nineteen Pounds
ten shillings specie to pay for thirty gallons of Rum purchased by
him of Absolam Ridgely for the Maryland Troops on the Celebration
of the Birth of the Dauphin.
That the said Treasurer pay to Henry Wickman two Pounds nine-
teen shillings and six Pence specie the Caution Money on Common
Warrant for 17 Acres of Land located within the reserve of
Monococy Manor in Frederick County out of the first Money that
may come into the Treasury.
Commissions issued to Peter Barrick appointed Capt in the room
of Valentine Cregar, John Barrick of Handiel first Lieut. Frederick
Devilbiss second Lieut & Adam Link junr Ensign in the Catoctin
Battalion of Militia in Frederick County.
Commission of Letters of Marque and Reprisal issued to William
Beall Commander of the schooner Alert sixty one Tons burthen
navigated by twelve men, mounting four Carriage Guns and two
Swivels belonging to Samuel Inglis and Company in Philadelphia.