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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, October 1720-1723
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The Lower House. 329


An Engrost Bill for the relief of Sundry poor prisonrs was
read and Assented to by this House and so endorst and Sent
to the uppr House by Mr Tyler and Mr Turbut
They return and say they delivered it.
The House Adjourns till Two of the Clock in the afternoon

Postmeridiem.
The House meets according to adjournmt
An explanatory Bill to the Tobacco Law (being prepar'd
by the Comitte of Laws and brot into the house by Mr Stod-
dart) was read the first and second time by especial order, And
the Qn putt whether that Bill shall pass as it is or not.
It was carried in the Affirmative by the Majority of votes
and thereupon the Bill is past which was so endorst and Sent
to the uppr House by Mr Stoddert and nine others.
They return and say they delivered it.
On the Request of the Rector Governor and Visitrs of the
ffree Schooll of Annapolis That a Small porcon of ground
lying between the Court house and School house and adjacent
to the School be granted to the School Master during the
Pleasure of This House to make him a small garden,
Ordered that the same be granted.
Coll: Young and three others from the Uppr House deliver
Mr Speaker the explanatory Bill to the Act for preventing the
Making Trashy Tobacco &c thus endorst Viz.

By the Uppr House of Assembly ffebruary the 28th 1721.

Read and with the Addicon of the words (by whipping)
after the words (corporal punishment) fol. 5 Line 14 and
inserting the word (suspected) instead of the Word (Ac-
cused) fo. 6. Line 6 the bill will pass.
Signed p Order Sam. Skippon Cl. Up. ho.

John Hall Esqr from the Uppr house delivers Mr Speaker
the journall of the Comittee of accounts thus endorst Viz :

February the 28th 1721.
Read and Assented to by the Uppr house of Assembly and
Signed p Order Sam. Skippon Cl. Up ho.

The House proceeds to tax the ffees on the Bill for Natural-
izacon of Albert Greening.

To the Honble Speaker £ 2..0..0
To the Clerk 1..0..0

L. H. J.



 
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