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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, April 26, 1700-May 3, 1704
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The Upper House. 31


deafe old Man as Major Boarman is, Wherefore this Boarde
proposes that the said Indians bounds be againe run out as
the same Books are expressed on Record in the Councill
Books of the Lord Baltimore, And that no Person be pmitted
to seate or dwell wthin their Bounds unless such Indians have
given their Consent and ratifyed the same according to former
Ordinances of Assembly
Signed p Order W Bladen Cl Concil.

Came Mr Tilghman Who brought from the house the fol-
lowing Message and Address to his Maty for passing the Act
for Establishing of Religion viz

By the house of Delegates
May the 9th 1700

Original
Journal.

Proposed by a Member of this House whether it be not
Reasonable a Copy of the Act for Religion, & the address to
his Majesty be Committed to the Care of Doctor Bray to be
sent for England, if to his Exncy & Councill it shall seem fit
Signed p order W Taylard Cl Del

The Bill for assessing the publick Leavye was read at the
Board and ordered to be thus endorsed
This Bill will pass leaving out the Clause touching the
money & disposing it, for this Boarde hold it not at all
advisable to leave the publick Bancke quite Empty especially
untill such tyme as the face of affairs is better Settled.
Signed p Ordr W Bladen Cl Concil.

And with the following Proposal sent to the house by Mr
Smith & Col: Jenkins
Proposed that some psons be appointed by the House
before they breake up to draw Orders upon the Treasurers
for paymt of the Rangers.
Col Thompson brings the following Message from the
House.

By the house of Delegates, May the 9th 1700

Proposed by a membr of the house whether It will not bee
for the Ease of the Publick that the Prisoners now in Custody
come to a Speedy Tryall
Resolved that his Exncy be addressed to issue his Matys
Speciall Comission for that Purpose when to his Excy it shall
seeme convenient Signed p Ordr W Taylard

p. 45



 
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