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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, April 1666-June 1676
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Assembly Proceedings, May June 1674. 383


June 4th Lower House of Assembly

Ordered tht the members of this house Waite on the
Members of the Upper house to morrow morning

Cap. Loyd Sent to Informe this house tht the Lower house
have agreed wth Captaine Quigly for Three hundred Thou-
sand Pounds of Tobaccoe to build the State house accord-
ing to the dimensions drawne up in the Act for the same & to
be Paid halfe when halfe done & the Rest when quite ffinished
Allsoe the sd Quigley in the sd time & for the same Considera-
con is to build a Brick or Stone Prison of Twentie foure foote
Long & Twelve foote Wide wth a Particon in it & Loft & to
ffinish all by the Last of October Come Two yeares or Else to
forfeit his Worke & ffiftie Thousand Pounds of Tobaccoe for
wch he is to give Security presently Allsoe this House doth
Request tht the sd Quigley may have the benefit of Keeping
the Prison for Seaven yeares
This House doth Concurre wth the Lower house in the
agreement wth the sd Captaine Quigley here above Specified

The House is Adjourned till to morrow morning
9. of the Clock.

U. H.

Journal
original

On ffriday the fifth day of June the house met

Present the Cap. Genll Chancelor Secretarie
Mr Truman, Mr Taylor, Colonel Utye.

Read in this House a Peticon Exhibited by Captaine Hugh
Oneale Humbly Praying a License for Importacon of Horses
from New yorke into this Province & upon the sd Peticon an
Endorsemt from the Lower house as followeth Vizt Voted tht
this House Peticon his Exelency to Graunt the Peticonr Hugh
Oneale a License to Jmport Ninety Eight Horses between this
& the last of August into this Province to be Brought in at
one time in one Gange Provided tht as soone as he Arrives in
this Province he shall goe to Two of the Comissionfs in Balte-
more County & Acquaint them wth the Number of Horses he
hath brought wth him That they may Certifie the time of his
Arrivall & the Number of Horses Mares or Colts & if the sd
Oneale shall Exceed the number or not Bring them alltogether
or not Procure such Certificate from two Justices of the Peace
the sd Horses Mares or Colts to be forfeited notwithstanding
the sd License And this House doe Peticon his Excelencie ac-
cordinglie.
This House doth Concurre wth the Lower house in the
Graunt of the Peticon above Specified.
Signed by Ordr
Ri. Boughton Clerke.

p. 40



 
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