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of the Council of Maryland. 581


That the Issuing Commissary deliver to Lieut. Rignal Hilleary of
the 3d Regiment eight gallons of Rum and thirty two pounds of
sugar to the 1st of September next on Account.

August 24
Liber C. B.
No. 24
p. 140

[Council to Doctr James Murray.]

Doct Denwood has applied for an additional Quantity of Medicines
in Addition to the Chest sent from Baltimore. We enclose his List,
but as we are at a Loss what may be proper, we request the favour of
you to enquire of Doctr Denwood of the Quantities in the Chest,
and to give Order for such additional Medicines as can be spared out
of the public Stores to make up a proper Quantity for the third
regiment just about to march.

August 24
Liber No. 78
p. 259

[Council to John Bullen, Esqr.]

In Consequence of an Information lodged by Capt Campbell of
some Testimony to be delivered by Capt Seagon against you relative
to a Horse, you are desired to attend this Board this Afternoon and
be present at the Examination of Capt. Seagon

Ibid.

[Council to Trustees for the Poor of Ann Arundel County.]

The Number of sick Soldiers is so great, and there being Appear-
ances of a dangerous Fever, it is necessary to have a proper Hospital
assigned for them, and we are informed that the poor House is the
properest place, under these Circumstances the poor will be in great
Danger. We will let you have Mr Lees house near Severn Ferry for
the Poor, if you will be so oblidging as to permit us to have the
Poor House for an Hospital.

Ibid.

Saturday 25 August 1781

Ordered that the western shore Treasurer pay to Francis Rawlings
six pounds five shillings of the Bills of Credit emitted under the " Act
for the Emission of Bills of Credit not exceeding 200,000£s &ca of
the money appropriated for the present Campaign due him per Ac-
count passed by the Aud. Genl
That the said Treasurer pay to Lawrence Simpson two pounds
sixteen shillings and George McRess ten shillings of the same Emis-
sion, of the Money appropriated as aforesaid due them for rations
per Accts passed by A. Gl
That the said Treasurer pay to Lieut Robert Denny five hundred
pounds of the same Emission of the money appropriated as aforesaid
to be by him expended in the payment of Bounties to recruits &
accounted for.

August 25
Liber C. B.
No. 24
p. 140



 
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