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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly January 1637/8-September 1664
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Assembly Proceedings, April 1662. 455


That every person or persons departing out of this Province
shall pay to the Secretary for his or their Pass in money two
shillings six pence This Acte to endure three yeares or to the
End of the next Generall Assembly.

U. H.
Journal
1659-69

The Lower howse haue The Vpper howse haue
Assented Assented
Wm Bretton Clk. John Gittings Clre.


An additionall act
agt Hogs stealers

Whereas the former Acte against Hogs Stealers is found
not to be sufficiently penall against the Offenders Be it
Enacted by the Lord Proprietary by and with the Assent of
this Generall Assembly that for the second offence The Offender
Convicted shall be burned in the Shoulder with a Letter H.
with a red hott iron And that such an Iron be provided for
every County Court This Acte to endure for three yeares or
to the end of the next Generall assembly

The Lower howse haue The Vpper howse have
Assented assented
W Bretton Clk. John Gittings Clre.

An Act for the purchaseing
of a State howse and A
prison

Whereas it is most necessary that a howse and place be pro-
vided for the houlding Proall Courts requisite for the adminis-
tracon of Justice and keeping of Assemblies in this Province
As also a Prison for the Secureing Mallefactors and other Exorbi-
tant Persons.

Liber
C & W H
p. 148

And the Members of this lower house of Assembly finding
it Convenient as farr as the present Condicon of the Country
can now bear and to prevent greater charge upon the same to
buy the houses and Plantation of Hannah Lee the Relict of
Hugh Lee deceased to the end and Purpose abovesaid for
which said houses and Plantacon the said Hannah demandeth
twelve thousand Pounds of Casked Tobacco to be paid to her
this next ensueing Cropp her willingness and Consent thereto
she hath already declared to this psent Assembly and likewise
doth engage her Self Sufficiently to Cover the dwelling house
without further Consideracon or allowance over and above the
aforesaid sume of twelve thousand, Pounds of Tobacco this
present year and also to dwell and keep ordinary in the same

p. 149



 
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