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ard, or order; for Elizabeth Hays, twenty dollars; for Ann
Elms, twenty dollars; for Samuel Ewing, thirty dollars. In
Prince-George's county, for James Rantin, thirty dollars,
to be paid to Nathaniel T. Rantin or his order; for Catha-
rine Gray, twenty dollars; for Lawson A. Clark, and five
for Sarah Barnes, twenty dollars; for Winey Ann Thorn,
twenty dollars; for Sally Onions, twenty dollars; for Pris-
cilla Leazer, twenty dollars; for Elizabeth Walker, twenty
dollars; for Levi and Mary Ann Harvey, orphan children of
Richard Harvey, ten dollars each. In Worcester county,
for Polly Mason, forty dollars, to be paid to William Ay-
dolott; for Hannah Ivis, twenty-four dollars; for Henry
Hudson, thirty dollars; for Henry White (of Thomas,) fifty
dollars; for James Mitchell (of Alexander,) twenty dollars;
for Viletor Jackson, twenty dollars; for Polly Livingston,
twenty-five dollars; for Peter White, twenty-five dollars;
for Patience Worrington, twenty-five dollars; for Britting-
ham Bevans, not exceeding forty dollars nor less than thir-
ty dollars. In Caroline county, for Henrietta Cotner, twen-
ty dollars; for Nancey Cade, twenty-five dollars; for Tho-
mas Harman, twenty-five dollars. In Harford county, for
John Alien, thirty dollars; for Parker Hall, thirty dollars;
for John Griffin, thirty dollars, and the levy court are here-
by required to levy the same; and for James P. Scott, thir-
ty dollars. In Anne-Arundel county, for Richard Hall,
twenty dollars; for Catharine Brown, twenty dollars; for
Maria Diggs, twenty dollars; for Rachel Wood, twenty dol-
lars; for Elizabeth Tydings, twenty dollars; for Mary Sher-
bert, twenty dollars; for Ann Atwell, twenty dollars; for
Charles Phenix, fifteen dollars; for Lucretia Stockett, fif-
teen dollars; for the benefit of John Stallings, twenty dol-
lars, to be paid to George Watts or his order; for Kitty
M'Neir, twenty dollars; for Rebecca Taylor, twenty dol-
lars; for Mary Johnson (the elder,) twenty-five dollars; for
James Glover, twenty dollars; for Willey Sullivan, twenty
dollais; for Ann Griffin, twenty dollars; for. Richard B.
Watts, thirty dollars, payable to the order of John Miller,
or his order; for Priscilla Daley, thirty dollars; for Mary
Nichols, twenty dollars; for Richard Woolen, fifteen dollars,
to be paid to Israel Davidson or his order; for Ann Biggs,
fifteen dollars; for Ann Tucker, thirty dollars. In Cecil
county, for Jonathan Packer, twenty dollars, in addition to
what he now receives; for John Carnan, forty dollars; for
John Mercer, forty dollars. In Baltimore county, for Ed-
ward Roe, twenty-five dollars; for John Tohey, twenty- five
dollars. In Frederick county, for George Rheam, thirty
dollars; for James M'Atee and Nancy Busee, fifteen dol-
lars each; for Henry Leasure, twenty dollars; for Thomas
Cross, thirty dollars, payable to the order of William P.

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