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Journal and Correspondence of the Council of Maryland, 1781-1784
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Council of Maryland, 1782-1783. 343

Chester Junr his Captain — that he certainly did march and performed
a part of his tour of Duty, and that he afterwards enrolled as a Select
Militia man and was therefore excused from completing it. Where-
fore it is agreed that the whole of his fine be remitted. —

January 13
Liber C. B.
No. 24
p. 377

[W Paca in Council to Doctr James Murray.]

We request you will take under your Care, two Prisoners, Citizens
of this State, who are in a very distressed Situation on Board of the
Flag from New York. We will request them to be carried where you
shall direct

January 13
Liber No. 78
p. 407

[W Paca in Council to Majr John Davidson.]

We request you will order a Sergeant to carry two Sick Men, on
Board the Flag, to the Hospital, or Such Place as Doctr Murray may
direct. The Sergeant must call on Doctr Murray for his Directions.
Be pleased to direct the Sergeant to get the Cart at Genl Smallwood's,
or one of the Teams in Mr Bullen's Possession.

p. 408

W Paca in Council to Majr Nathaniel Smith.]

Capn Cox in the Flag Schooner Trimmer, just arrived from New
York, has a Number of Prisoners on Parole, on Board. We have per-
mitted Captn John Hanson, John Boone, William Waters, Solomon
Wheatley and William Tull to land, the others will land at Balti-
more. If you have any British Prisoners, we wish they may be al-
lowed to go to New York on Parole, on the Return of this Flag, if
they do not exceed the Number brought in, as it may be a Means of
having Indulgences granted to those poor Fellows now confined in
New York who are suffering every Species of Distress. The Hu-
mane and good Character of Capt Cox, has induced us to give him
Liberty to go ashore, but to be restricted to certain Limits, and
request you would assign him a proper Walk.


Tuesday 14th January 1783.

Present as on Yesterday —
Permission given Major John Lynch of this State to go into New
York by Dobbs's Ferry for the purpose of Transacting private
Business. —

January 14
Liber C. B.
No. 24
p. 377

Ordered That the western shore Treasurer pay to Elizabeth Issabell
Two pounds four shillings and six pence specie due her per Acct
That the said Treasurer pay to Frederick Green Two pounds, fif-
teen shillings and eleven pence specie due him for Postages per Ac-
count passed. —
That the said Treasurer pay to Peregrine Tilghman five hundred
and thirty two pounds, twelve shillings and seven pence and Ann

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