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

March 6
Liber No. 78
p. 33i

[Council To the Inspectors of Nanjemoy, Chandlers & Chaptico

Deliver to Maurice Simmons Esqr, to be shipped on Board the
Brig Mentor, a Flag of Truce for Charlestown the Tobacco in your
Warehouse, for which he has the Notes, being Part of a Quantity
paid him for Advances made to Maryland Officers, while Prisoners
in Charlestown. All the Charges due upon this Tobacco for Ware-
house Rent, Inspection, Duty &ca will be paid by the State, upon pre-
senting your Account.


[Council to Delegates in Congress.]

We are honored with yours of the 10th ulto, since the Receipt of
which we have setled with Mr Mollohon, and included all the Orders
and Advances you have received from him. We have also requested
Mr Morris to advance you one hundred Pounds each, which is all the
impoverished State of our Treasury will permit us to do at present

March 7
Liber C. B.
No. 24
p. 234

Thursday 7th March 1782.

Ordered that the western shore Treasurer pay to Archibald Golder
one hundred and ninety two pounds, thirteen shillings and eight pence
of the Bills emitted under the Act for the Emission of Bills of Credit
&ca for the use of Theodore Middleton late a Lieut in the Extra
Regiment due him per Certificate adjusted & passed. —
That the Said Treasurer pay to Elisha Burris & Thomas Wise
each, ten pounds, thirteen shillings and four pence — Cuthbert Jones
ten pounds, three shillings and four pence — Benjamin Cruckley
thirteen pounds, ten shillings — William Souther twelve pounds and
James Davidson sixteen pounds, sixteen shillings and eight pence of
the same Emission due them per Accounts passed. —
That the said Treasurer pay to John Randall forty seven pounds,
ten Shillings and ten pence of the same Emission, twenty six pounds,
twelve Shillings and four pence thereof to be delivered to Doctr War-
field and twenty pounds, eighteen Shillings and six pence to Capt
Lieut Ebenezer Findley of Artillery for Stores to 1st Octr last on
Acct —
That the Said Treasurer pay to Major John Lynch thirty pounds
of the same Emission in lieu of a Suit of Cloaths and four Shirts for
the present Year on Account. —

March 7
Liber No. 78
p. 331

[Annapolis to Charles Thompson Esqr Secy to Congress]

I wrote you on the 25th of January last and at the same Time for-
warded a Number of Bonds executed as well as Blank Commissions,
Bonds and Instructions, since which I have received by the Hands

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