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72 Journal and Correspondence

Liber C C

No. 22

January 26

[Council to Capt. George p. Keeports]

Sir — We received yours of the 25th Inst by Express and have sent
you five Thousand five hundred Pounds by Ieremiah Swain. We
shall send up a considerable Sum Tomorrow for Mr Randall, which
you must wait for and have delivered to him. You must take up the
Cloths we bought of Dorsey and Hammond, which are like the Sam-
ples enclosed, with a sufficient Quantity of Shalloon for Linings and
the 40 Pieces of Britanies bought of Mr Dorsey. You must retain
as many of the Men as you think necessary to guard the Stores and
discharge the rest.

January 27

You will receive by Mr Wilmot £30.000 for Mr Randall, £10,000
for Genl Gist and £10.000 for Colo Gunby, which you must take Care
to have delivered to each of them. We have requested Mr Randall to
meet you at Philadelphia and it will be proper for you to make
Enquiry for him. In Case Mr Randall should not be in Philadelphia,
you will deliver the Money to the Delegates from Maryland in
Congress.

January 27
Liber C B
No. 23
p. 105

Thursday 27 January 1780

Present as on Yesterday —
John Woodfield of the late Capt Gales Compy having for upwards
of 2 years past been almost constantly in the Hospital, appearing
before this Board is adjudged unfit for the Service and is therefore
Discharged.
Ordered That the western shore Treasurer pay to Robert Reynolds
ninty six Pounds fifteen shillings due him per Account passed by the
Aud. Genl

January 28

Friday 28 January 1780

Present as on Yesterday —
Ordered That the Commissary of Stores deliver to Serjt James
Collins of the 2d Maryland Regt 1 Coat, 1 Vest, 1 pair Breeches, 1

Hat, 1 Shirt & pair of Stockings due him from the United States.

p. 106

That the said Commissary of Stores deliver to John Woodfield late
a Soldier in the Matross Compy stationed at Annapolis 2 Shirts due
him from the State.
John Martin a Matross in the Compy late Capt. Gale's appearing
to this Board to be unfit for Service is hereby Discharged.

January 29

Saturday 29 January 1780

Present as on Yesterday —
Ordered That the Commissary of Stores deliver to Francis Fair-
brother of the first Regiment one pair of Shoes, one pair of Stockings
and one Shirt due to him from the Continent —



 
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