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Journal and Correspondence of the Council of Maryland, 1781-1784
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Council of Maryland, 1781-1782. 265


Friday 20th September 1782

Ordered that John Shaw Armourer, make up such Ammunition as
Captain Walley shall require for the use of the Barges.
Commission issued to Henry Woodfield appointed Ensign of
Capt Brice Gassaway's Company in the Elkridge Battalion of Militia
in Ann Arundel County. —
Ordered that the western shore Treasurer pay to John Shaw eighty
seven Pounds, sixteen shillings & eleven pence specie out of the
money appropriated for equipping & fitting out the Barges due him
per Account passed. —

That the said Treasurer pay to Mountjoy Bayly thirty Pounds
specie on Account.

September

20

Liber C. B.

No. 24
p. 336

[Council to Honble Intendant]

We once more reiterate our Request that the Money from the
Havana be lodged in the Treasury, and inform you that the Funds
appropriated by the General Assembly for providing Quarters,
Rations Forage &ca for Officers employed in recruiting and disci-
plining the Men, have not been productive, and we are convinced
nothing can be expected from them; and also that we are daily
pressed by those Officers for Money, and have no Means of com-
plying with their Demands.

September

20

Liber No. 78
p. 377

[Council to Honble Intendant]

The Barges are detained here, at a considerable Expence for Want
of Pay, and there being no Money in the Treasury, and as we do not
know that Mr Morris has forwarded the Cloathing to the Southern
Army agreeable to our Proposition, made to him some Time past, we
request you would deposit in the Treasury, the Money you have in
your Hands, intended to be applied to that Purpose. It it is not
convenient for you to come to Town, you will be so obliging as to
request Mr Couden to pay the Money over.

Ibid.

Saturday 21st September 1782

Ordered that the western shore Treasurer pay to Dr Charles
Worthington out of the money approp. for the Barges seventy
Pounds specie to purchase Medicines & Hospital Stores on Account &
forty five Pounds Specie per Acct passed. —

September

21

Liber C. B.
No. 24
p. 336

Ordered that the western shore Treasurer pay to Gilbert Middleton
two hundred and eighty nine Pounds, seventeen shillings, John Swift
twelve Pounds one shilling & Uriah Forrest fifty seven Pounds,
eleven shillings and six Pence Specie agreeable to the "Act to adjust
the Debts due from this State " per Certificates and Accounts
passed. —

p. 337



 
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