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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, April 1684-June 1692
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Assembly Proceedings, April 1-26, 1684. 111


Tobacco To Henry Exon foure hundred ninty fiue pounds of
Tobaccoe: To Marke Cordea Three Thousand Three hundred
forty eight pounds of Tobaccoe To Philip Lynes Two Thou-
sand Three hundred Thirty eight pounds of Tobacco: To
Alexander Kemmont four hundred pounds of Tobacco: To
John Baker foure Thousand nine hundred & sixteen pounds
of Tobacco: And to the severall sherriffes of this province for
theire Sallery for Collecting the same The sume of twenty
thousand fiue hundred Ninteen pounds of Tobacco: And be
it further Enacted by the Advice Consent and Authority
Aforesaid that the Aforesaid summe of Tobacco Amounting
in the whole to the sume of two hundred Twenty six Thou-
sand fiue Hundred & Two pounds of Tobacco: Be Levyed and
Assessed by An Equall Assessment vpon the psons & estates
of the Inhabitants of this province And be paid to the severall
persons to whome the same is Due: Accordinge to the
Accompts & Disbursments & Nessasary Charges of this Prov-
ince which haue Been Examined Stated & Allowed by the
vpper & Lower houses of this present Generall Assembly:
Any Law Statute or Vsage To the Contrary hereof in Any-
wise Notwithstandinge

Lib. W. H.

An Additionall & Supplementary Act to the Act for
Advancement of Trade

Whereas An Act was Lately Made Att the first Meeting of
this present sessions of Assembly begun the second day of
October in the yeare of our Lord one Thousand six hundred
eighty Three Att the Ridge in Ann Arundle County: Entituled
An Act for Advancement of Trade. It Was Amongst other
things therein Contayned Enacted That from and After the
last day of August in the yeare of or Lord one thousand six
hundred Eighty fiue The Towns ports and places: in the said
Act Mentioned should be the ports and places where All
shipps & Vessells Trading into this province shall vnloade &
put on shore sell and barter & Traffique Away all Goods wares
And Commodities That shall be imported into this province
And likewise That All Tobaccoes Goods Wares & Merchan-
dizes of the Growth production or Manufacture of this prov-
ince intended to be sold here or Transported out of this prov-
ince shall be for that end and intent Brought to the said ports
And places. And whereas severall of the Inhabitants in
severall of the Counties within this province haue humbly
supplycated his Lordpp: And the Two houses of this prsent
Generall Assembly ffor More And other Towns ports And
places for the Ease and benefitt of the Inhabitants aforesd: &

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