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Journal and Correspondence of the Council of Maryland, 1780-1781
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178 Journal and Correspondence

November

10

[Jno Hammond, Acton Hall to Col Uriah Forrest]

Sir I beg Leave to inform you, that the Soldiery stationed at
the Poor House, still continue their Trespasses on my Land, by cut-
ting and carrying off my wood from it: — That on detecting two of
them yesterday in the Fact, and questioning them, how they dared
to do it contrary to your Orders; They informed me, they had re-
ceived none from vou, either personally or by Message; or thro' any
Officer acting under you: That they were not allowed, or supplied
with a Stick of wood, to make a Fire, wherewith to dress their

victuals; but told they must look out, and provide it, where they

cou'd which was the Reason of their taking it, wherever they cou'd
get it: If this be the Case, Sir, and I am so unfortunate, as to fail
of Redress, on my late Application to yrself for it; (altho it was
promised me;) as also to the Executive Power of the State, whose
kind Interposition in my Behalf, I requested, nor doubted of ob-
taining; I hope I shall have your favourable Excuse, if on the Com-
mission of further Trespass by the Men, under your Rule & Direc-
tion, I forthwith proceed to lay my Complaint before the Committee
of Grievances & Courts of Justice, or the General Assembly, if neces-
sary; in order to be righted, as my Case may merit :
P. S. If wood cannot conveniently be procured for the Soldiery
at the Poor House; I will readily supply it on reasonable Terms;
and on Credit too; so such Credit be applied to the Payment of my
Taxes.

November

[Chas. Blake, Corsica, to Gov Lee]

Sir I have sent Mr Hemsley an order for the money due for the
beef I purchas'd of him which I hope yr Excell r will order to be pd
the wheat I have sent from here to Elk has not in one instance held
out owing to the difference of the half busls the people here insist
on delivering by our seal and Hollinsworth will receive by none but
his own scale and there appears a difference of a pint in every half
bus: I have retained the money for the deficiencys in my hands till
I hear from you tho it appears they have deliver'd every grain they
receiv'd. I hope yr Excell will send me a written order to Hollings-
worth by the Queen Ann's seal that which is purchas'd by that seal
or the disputes will be endless. I recd yr. Ex: letter and £250 but
that will go but a little way I hope to receive by Mr Hemsley a sum
that will last all winter as the weather may prevent getting it when
much wanted. If pork is to be bought please to send Salt or an
order on Mr Wedderstrandt as he has Gov' Salt here.

July 15
Brown Book
No.5
Letter
No. A

[Luther Martin, Baltimore, to Gov. Lee.]

Sir I do myself the Honour to inform your Excellency that a
certain Stephen Mitter of the State of Virginia stands indicted on
the General Court of this State for High Treason committed within



 
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