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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, 1727-1729 With Appendix of Statutes, 1714-1726
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176 Assembly Proceedings, October 3-November 2, 1728.

U. H. J.

No 20. An Act for the relief of Edward Parish in Ann Arun-

Chap. XX

del County


No 21. An Act for the relief of John Powell John Nowell

Samuel Stevens Mary Gordon and Thomas Price languishing pris-

oners in Ann Arundell County Thomas Hill and James Ward lan-

guishing prisoners in Talbot County, Richd Edwards & Nath

Wright languishing prisoners in Queen Anns County Christopher

Bonfield and Clarina Gilly Languishing prisoners in Calvert County

Kennick Mac Kensey a languishing Prisoner in Charles County

Peter Bromfield a languishing prisoner in Prince Georges County

and Abel Van Burkeloe a languishing Prisoner in Cecil County


No 22. An Act for the better regulating the parishes in St

Marys & Charles Counties


No 23. An Act to prevent the Abuses of Concealing convicted

felons and other Offenders Imported into this province & for the

better discovery of them


No 24. A Supplementary Act to the Act for relieving the In-

habitants of this province from some Aggrievances in the prosecu-

tion of suits at Law


No 25. An Act for repairing and Inlarging of the Church in

the City of Annapolis and for the building a Chappel of Ease in

the Parish of St Ann in Ann Arundel County & to Impower the

raising and Levying a Quantity of Tobacco for that purpose


No 26. An Act for the payment & Assessment of the publick

Charge of this province for this present year 1728

After which his Excellency was pleased to Conclude the Session
with the following speech viz.

Gentlemen of the Upper and Lower Houses of Assembly
The Session being now drawn to a conclusion my sincere thanks
attend the favourable Marks of your good will towards me in Re-
turn whereto I can only promise the Continuation of my Endeav-
ours to promote your Welfare which I trust with the Blessing of
the Almighty will Enable me to Advance, My Negative to the
Officers fees Bill is pursuant to his Lordships Possitive Instruction

p. 397

Your Joint Address this day presented me I suppose is fully
Answered by the passing of the Tobacco Law which I heartily wish
may operate to the ease of the good people by an Amendment of
their Staple, Let me earnestly Recommend to you in your several
Stations a just and Careful Execution of that and all other Laws
now or heretofore made 'Tis from the Execution of Laws and not
from the enacting them only the good of A people must arise, May
peace & Plenteousness dwell amongst you and as a free Easy and

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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, 1727-1729 With Appendix of Statutes, 1714-1726
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