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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, 1693-1697
Volume 19, Page 167   View pdf image (33K)
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Assembly Proceedings, May 8-22, 1695. 167

An Act restraining the frequent Assembling of Negro's
within this Province.
An Additionall Act to the Act for Ports.
An Act for the Raising a Supply toward the defraying of
Publick charge of Province.

An Act for the laying an Imposition upon Negros Slaves &
White [Servants] imported into this Province.
An Act for Naturalizacon of Matthias Matthison als ffree-
man & othrs.
An Act for ascertaining the ffees for Naturalization.
An Act for assessing of 3d p hogshead upon Tobacco
towards the defraying the Publick Charge of this Province.
An Act for the division & Regulating severall Counties
within this Province and Constituteing a County by the name
of Prince Georges County within the same Province.
An Act for Laying the Publick Leavy.
An Explanatory Act to the Act of Repeale of all Laws
heretofore made in this Province and Confirming all Laws
made this Genll Assembly.
An Act for reviving the Temporary Laws of this Province.
An Addiconall Act to the Act for Regulating the Militia of
this Province.

The Honble Thomas Tench and Thomas Brooke Esqrs sent
down to the House to acquaint them that his Exncy is ready to
pass the severall Engrossed Bills (this day presented at the
Board) into Laws & therefore desired them to Walke up.
And accordingly came Mr Speaker Attended with the Mem-
bers of the house, who presenting the said Bills unto his Exncy
for his Assent, were by his Exncy Subscribed to as follows, Vizt

May 22th 1695.

On behalfe of their Ma's King Wiliam & Queen Mary I will
these to be Laws Fr: Nicholson.

Afterwards the same were passed vnder the Broad Seale of
the Province and delivered by his Exncy vnto the Honble
Thomas Brooke Esqr Depty Secretary to be lodged in the
secretaries Office with Charge that the same should not be
carried or Removed out of that Office.
His Exncy acquaints the Speaker that he prorogues the House
till the Tenth day of September next, but in case there should
be a Necessity to call them sooner, they may expect Notice
to be given them by Proclamation.
Thus Ended this Sessions of Assembly.
True Copy Exad p
Tho. Brooke Depty Secre.
Hen: Denton Cl Concil.


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