be adjusted and paid, you will keep an Account of the Certificates
you issue and make a Return of them to this Board. You must imme-
diately proceed to the French Army, and inform the Commanding
Officer of your Appointment and Powers; for these Services we will
allow you a genteel Compensation.
Liber No. 78
Friday 19th July 1782
Ordered that the western shore Treasurer pay to Thomas Purdy
four Pounds, four shillings of the Bills emitted under the Act for the
Emission of Bills of Credit &ca in lieu of an order on the Issuing
Commissary of the 4th of October 1781 in favor of Lieut Henry
Clements for six gallons of Rum and twenty four pounds of sugar
adjusted and passed.
That the said Treasurer pay to Allen Quynn Esqr one hundred
and seventy five Pounds, ten shillings and six Pence of the same
Emission per Account passed.
Liber C. B.
Monday 22d July 1782
Ordered that the western shore Treasurer pay to Thomas Gassa-
way, one hundred and twenty four Pounds, seventeen shillings and
three Pence and Cadwalder Edwards one hundred and thirty nine
Pounds, one shilling specie agreeable to the Act to adjust the Debts
due from this State per Account of the former passed the 9th Inst
and Certe of the latter adjusted & passed this Day.
That the said Treasurer pay to Clement Hollyday Esqr Esqr three
hundred and fifty one Pounds, seven shillings and nine pence of the
Bills emitted under the Act for the Emission of Bills of Credit &ca
That the said Treasurer pay to Cadwallader Edwards one hundred
and thirty nine Pounds, one shilling of the same Emission due on a
Certificate issued agreeable to the Act to adjust the Debts due from
That the said Treasurer pay to George Feighter nineteen Pounds
thirteen shillings, and four pence of the same Emission, nine Pounds
sixteen shillings and eight pence thereof to be by himself retained
and the residue to be delivered over to John Alexander due them per
That the said Treasurer pay to John Martin four Pounds, ten
shillings specie due him per Account passed.
That the Issuing Commissary deliver to John Shaw two Barrels
flour on Account.
This Board agree to furnish Mr Shaw with one hundred pounds
of old Iron at the rate of twenty seven Pounds, ten shillings per
Ton, which he has in his Possession.
Liber C. B.