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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, April 1666-June 1676
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Assembly Proceedings, March April 1671. 267


Certificate of Survey therein mentioned instead of the Word
North

The House Adjourned till two of the Clock in the Afternoon

The House met again Present as in the Morning
The Governour & Major Fitzherbert

The Lower House by Capt Lloyd Capt Jenifer Mr Clark &
Mr Weicks desired this House that upon their Charge Ex-
hibitted against Mr Tilghman He might be put out of his
Office and that they might then have the Act for Ordinarys
Whereupon this House desired Col Calvert to carry the sd
Act to the Lower House for their further Consideration
And also to know whither It was the desire of the whole
House that their Charge agt the sd Mr Tilghman should not be
prosecuted And that he should be removed from his Office
John Hinson & Nicholas Brooke Sworn & Examined at the
Instance of the Lower house to prove their Charge agt Mr
Tilghman
The said John Hinson to the first Article of the said Charge
saith that Mr Tilghman's Under Sherriff received 44lb of tobo
p poll of the Deport for his Levy and more saith not
To the Second & third Articles of the said Charge this De-
port cannot depose.
To the fourth this Deport cannot depose
To the fifth Charge this Deport cannot depose
The said Nicholas Brooke to the first Article saith he cannot
depose
To the Second & third Articles of the said Charge the De-
port cannot depose

U. H.
Journal
1659-98

To the fourth this Deport cannot depose
To the fifth this Deport cannot depose
John Hinson
Both Sworn before the house Nich Brookes

This House upon reading the Act for Settling the rates &
prices of Wines &ca in Mony thought fit that these Amend-

ments he inserted Viz.

p. 202

Jurors .......
Witnesses, Persons
that have Business
at the Office or Court

For all Ordinarys that Entertain County
Courts & in Corporations Creditt
s., For two meals of meat p diem one
pottle of Strong Beer p diem & suf-
ficient Lodging at Night & no more
for which Execution & no more

2. Made of Malt of the Growth of this Province & Brewed
within this Province 2s. p gallon Beer made of foreign malt
and brewed in foreign parts one Shilling & Sixpence p Gall.


 

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