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Journal and Correspondence of the Maryland Council of Safety, January 1-March 20, 1777
Volume 16, Page 560   View pdf image (33K)
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560 Journal and Correspondence

C. B.

gress and the Governor and Council that he declared he had
rather drink the Kings Health in Water than the Health of
the Congress in Punch and that he huzza'd for King George.
This Board adjudge that it may be dangerous to this State to
suffer him the said John Green to go at large wherefore it is
Ordered that he give Bond with good Security payable to this
State in the Penalty of two hundred & fifty Pounds Current
Money Conditioned for his behaving himself as a good true
and faithful Subject of this State but for want of such Security
he is committed to the Custody of the Sheriff of Ann Arundel
County there to remain til duly discharged there from Bond
was afterwards given and the said John Green is thereupon
Discharged
Col Joseph Dashiell having drawn an Order on the Western
Shore Treasurer for six thousand forty seven Pounds, eighteen
Shillings & nine Pence in favor of William Burdett for Goods
Purchased of him which Order was assigned to George
Turnbull therefore according to the Resolve of the General
Assembly of this Day the Western shore Treasurer is ordered
to Pay the said Order out of the hundred thousand Dollars
remitted by Congress to pay for Provisions
from the House of Delegates deliver to the Council the
following Resolve.

By the House of Delegates March 28. 1778
The House taking into Consideration the Report of the
Committee on the Memorial of Robert Anderson.
Resolved That the Governor and the Council be empowered
to draw on either of the Treasurers for the Sum of nine hun-
dred and ninety four Pounds six Shillings Common Money,
and to pay the same to the said Robert Anderson on his
Order, and that the property of the sails of the Snow Cham-
pion be vested in this State.
That the Governor and the Council be empowered and
requested to sell the said Sails or dispose of and convert them
to such use as may be most advantageous to the State. By
order G. Duvall Cl H. D. which said Resolve was thus
endorsed, By the Senate March 28. 1778
Read the first Time and ordered to lie on the Table By
order R. Ridgely Cl. Sen.
By the Senate March 31. 1778. Read the second Time &
Assented to By order R. R. Cl. S.



 
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