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Journal and Correspondence of the Maryland Council of Safety, January 1-March 20, 1777
Volume 16, Page 375   View pdf image (33K)
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of the Council of Maryland, 1777. 375


That the said Treasurer pay to Quinton Armstrong twelve
pounds eighteen shillings and one penny per Account passed.
That the said Treasurer pay to William Willix seven pounds
for a Gun
That the said Treasurer pay to Zachariah Allen five pounds
for a Gun
That the said Treasurer pay to Andrew Grabble Twenty six
pounds five shillings amount passed the Board of Accounts.
That the said Treasurer pay to Ezekiel Towson fifteen
Pounds seventeen shillings and eight pence amount of
Account passed
That the said Treasurer pay to Thomas Hooper one pound
Ten shillings and two pence per Account passed.
That the said Treasurer pay to J. R. Holliday two pounds
fifteen shillings on Account of Colo Edward Cockeys Battalion.
That the said Treasurer pay to Francis Haselit sixteen
pounds sixteen shillings and Ten pence per Account passed.
That the said Treasurer pay to Amon Riggs seventy two
pounds per Acct passed

C. B.

[N. Smith to Gov. Johnson.]

Fort at Whetson Septr 13th 1777.
Sir
I this moment Recd the inclos'd, would not it be best to
detain Capt Furnaval 'till we know the enemies intentions &
order Capt Welles whole Company down in the morning
I am Sir
Your Mo obliged Hble Servt
Nathl Smith
Friday Evening
8 oClock
prehaps they may land
& march to town this night

C. C.
Original.

[Smallwood to Gov. Johnson.]

Nottingham September 14th 1777.
My Dear Sir
I am just now setting out for Philada to join Genl Washing-
tons Army. As yet no Field pieces nor Cartridge come up,
which will oblige me to make my Route much longer to effect
a junction. Gist with the Eastn Shore Militia & Richardsons
Regt amountg to 700 now at Christina have ordered on for
the same purpose, shall submit to your consideration whether
the Troops which you may hereafter detatch to join me had
not better cross the Susquehannah higher up and take the

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