19. An Engrost Bill Relieving the Inhabitants of this prov-
ince from some Difficulties they may lie under in paying their
Levies and other Just Tobacco Debts this present year
20. An Engrost Bill for the relief of Thomas Dent of
Charles County, Gent.
21. An Engrost Bill Reviving and Continuing the Act for
Limitation of officers ffees and for Supplying some defects
therein and for amendment thereof in some particulars and
restraining some ill practices of Sheriffs
22. An Engrost Supplementary Bill to the Act for En-
couraging the making Hemp & Flax within this Province.
23. An Engrost Bill for the payment and assessment of the
publick Charge of this province for this present year one
Thousand Seven hundred and Twenty four.
Afterwards his Honour the Governour was pleas'd to pro-
rogue this present Generall Assembly in the following words
Gentlemen of the Upper and Lower Houses of Assembly
This Sessions being Concluded it remains only that I pro-
rogue you, which I hereby do with the Advice of his Lpps
Councill to the Sixteenth day of ffebruary being the third
Tuesday of the said month and you are required to take
notice that you are accordingly so Prorogued.
Mr Speaker with the whole House return to their own
House where Mr Speaker Resumes the Chair and Reports that
his Honour the Governour had thought fit with the advice
of his Lpps Councill of State within this, province to pro-
rogue this present Generall Assembly to the Sixteenth
day of February next being the Third Tuesday in the said
To which Time this House accordingly prorogued [itself]
So Endeth this present Sessions of Assembly this 4th day
of November in the ninth year of the Dominion of the Hon-
ourable Charles Lord Baron of Baltemore &c Over this Prov-
ince Annoq Domini 1724
Test M Jenifer Cl. Lo: Ho.