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Commissions for Officers of a Company in Kent County, for the Flying-Camp. [1776-08-02] [S5-V1-p1346] [Document Details][Complete Volume]


Commissions for Officers of a Company in Kent County

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Friday, August 2, 1776.

Council met. Present the same Members as on yesterday, except Mr. Nicholson.

Copy of Letter No. 105 was sent to Brigadier-General Hooper; copy of No. 106 to Committee of Observation for Dorchester County; and copy of No. 107 to the Deputies of this Province in Congress.

The Council appointed Christopher Richmond, Esquire, Paymaster to Colonel Smallwood' s Battalion of Regular Troops.

Ordered, That the Treasurer of the Western-Shore pay to Benjamin Ogle, Esq., £25 5s., for one thousand and tea pounds of Lead.

That the said Treasurer pay to John Grace £22 9s., for the carriage of Powder and Arms from Philadelphia to the Magazine near Captain Tootell' s.

Commissions issued to the following Officers of a Company in Kent County, belonging to the Eastern-Shore Battalion of Militia, for the Flying-Camp, to wit:

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Thomas Smyth, Jun., Captain, dated July 9, 1776.

James Williamson, 1st Lieutenant, dated July 10, 1776.

Nathaniel Kinnard, 2d Lieutenant, dated July 20, 1776.

Josiah Johnson, Ensign, dated July 22, 1776.

Copy of Letter No. 108 was sent to Brigadier-General Dent.

Ordered, That the Treasurer of the Western-Shore pay to Messrs. Jenifer & Hooe £500, common money.

Adjourned till next day, ten o' clock.



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