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

September
17
Liber No. 78
p. 376

the most horrid and wanton Depredations upon our Citizens on the
Bay Shores, and we are therefore so desirous they should be
secured and brought to Justice, that we will chearfully send down for
them, if your Excellency will be so obliging as to inform us where
they are, or if it would be convenient for you to order them on to
Richmond or Norfolk, we could with greater Ease, get them from
either of those Places.

September
17
Liber No. 78
p. 377

[Council to The Chevalr De la Valette]

We are honored with yours of the 15th Instt and are very happy
that your Officers are all quartered, we hope, to their Satisfaction.
It gives us great Pain that you should so much mistake the Meaning
of our Letter, as to suppose it possible we could have any Allusion
to the House occupied by you. We beg Leave to assure you sir, noth-
ing coud afford us more Pleasure than to contribute, in every Instance,
to your Accommodation.

September
18
Liber C. B.

No. 24
p. 336

Wednesday 18th September 1782

Ordered that the western shore Treasurer pay to Richard Queen
thirteen Pounds, five shillings & eleven Pence three farthings, &
Joseph Cooms twenty two Pounds, fifteen shillings specie agreeable
to the "Act to adjust the Debts due from this State " per Accounts
passed. —

September
19
Liber C. B.
No. 24
p. 336

Thursday 19th September 1782

Ordered that the western shore Treasurer pay to Richard Grahame
sixty seven Pounds, seven shillings and six Pence specie agreeable
to the "Act to adjust the Debts due from this State " due him for
a Horse furnished Lees Legion per certificate of McLane adjusted. —
That the said Treasurer pay to Francis Clements sixty nine Pounds,
ten shillings & three Pence specie agreeable to the Act aforesaid per
Certificate of Joshua George adjusted. —
That the Armourer deliver to Lieut Edward Hamilton two
hundred & fifty musket Cartridges on Account of the Continent. —
That the western shore Treasurer pay to William West ten Pounds,
five shillings & six Pence specie agreeable to the Act to adjust the
Debts due from this State per Account passed. —
Permission given to Major John Lynch of this State to apply to
his Excellency General Washington or the Officers commanding at
the Out Posts of the American Army for Leave to go into the City
of New York for the purpose of transacting private Business. —



 
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