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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, April 1666-June 1676
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434 Assembly Proceedings, February 1674/5.

U. H.

Journal
1659-98

Necessities of the People and Conveniencies of Places for Or-
dinaries, Jt is Desired by this house that the Lower house
would Name Such Places to this house where Ordinaries are
Necessary, that this house may Ioin with them to request the
Lieutenant General to Suppress all other Ordinaries.

Upper house.

This house desires to be informed by the Lower house upon
what Grounds and reasons the Acts for Encouragement of
Planting Hemp and Flax and for Sheriffs taking Baile are left
out of the Act for Reviving of certain Laws.

Lower house.

Upon reading the Message next above from the Upper
house, this house having taken the same into Consideration
find no reason for their Revivall and therefore have Omitted
them in the Act for Revivall of Laws.

Lower house

Upon reading the forgoing Vote of the Upper house touch-
ing Ordinaries this house is of Opinion that besides the places
where Courts are kept there is one Ordinarie Necessary in Ann
Arundell County at Mr Richard Hills and two in Patuxent Vizt
at Mr Richard Keenes and Mr George Beckwiths and one in
Dorchester at Peter Underwoods and one at the Wading place
Between Kent and Talbot and no more in the whole Province,
And this house requesteth the Upper house to Ioin with them
to Petition the Lieutent General to Suppress all other Ordi-
naries whatsoever.

Upper and Lower Houses
To the honourable the Lieutenant General

The Petition of the Upper and Lower houses of this Present
Generall Assembly.
Sheweth
That Whereas both Houses have by their Unanimous Vote
thought fitt that no Ordinaries be kept in any place of this Pro-
vince but where the Provincial Court and County Courts are
kept and Besides in Ann Arundell County at Richard Hills ; in
Patuxent at Richard Keenes & George Beckwiths; in Dor-
chester County at Peter Underwoods and one at the Wading
place between Kent and Talbot Counties and no more in the
whole Province, and these to Give good Security to Maintaine
Stable Room and Provision for Twenty Horses apiece and
Twelve feather Beds with Suitable furniture before they have
any Licence from Your Honour, We your Honours humble



 
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