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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly January 1637/8-September 1664
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Assembly Proceedings, March 1641/2. 119


22d March 1641
in the afternoon

Assembled the greatest Part the Company as afore

The Committee reported to the house that upon examining
the petition of John Medley they Considered that John Hal-
lowes should deliver at Stt Marys before the end of May next
4 Kine with 4 Calves John Medley paying to John Hallows in
lieu of finding a Boat for the transport of them 200l tobacco
with Cask on or afore the 10th November next and in default
of such delivery at or afore the said day the said Hallowes
should pay to John Medley on the said 10th November five
thousand wt Tobacco with Cask
And the house approved and Confirmed the said Judgment
of the Committee

Then was a petition presented by David Wickliff in the
name of the Protestant Catholicks of Maryland respited till
the next morning

And the house adjournd it self till the next morning

Liber M C

23d March 1641
in the morning

President Mr Greene
Capt Cornwaleys Mr Gerard
Mr Giles Brent with the rest as afore
Mr Fulk Brent
Mr Secretary
Mr Langford

The petition of the Protestants was read complaing agt Mr
Thomas Gerard for taking away the Key of the Chappel and
carrying away the Books out of the Chappel and such pro-
ceedings desired against him for it as to Justice appertaineth
Mr Gerard being charged to make answer the house upon
hearing of the Prosecutors and his defence found that Mr
Gerard was Guilty of a misdemeanor and that he should bring
the Books and Key taken away to the place where he had them
and relinquish all title to them or the house and should pay for
a fine 500l tobacco towds the maintenance of the first minister
as should arrive

All that had Proxies expressed themselves that they Voted
in their own Behalfs except Jo Worthy who Voted for all his
Voices

p. 176



 
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