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


fully appear, whereto he hath not appeared; all which Indictments
Still depend against him in the said Courts undetermined, since
which he hath with drawn himself and fled from Justice.
Be it therefore Enacted by the Right Honourable the Lord Pro-
prietor, by and with the Advice and Consent of his Lordship's Gov-
ernour and the Upper and Lower-Houses of Assembly, and by the
Authority of the same, That the said Thomas Macnamara for his
Continued ill practices be and is hereby from hence forth disabled
from practising the Law, as Council, Attorney, Solicitor, or other-
wise, in any Court of Judicature within this Province, unless he the
said Macnamara, shall make his Personal Appearance to this or the
next Session of Assembly, and shall then shew, on a full hearing,
sufficient Cause to the contrary thereof, any Law, statute, Usage or
Custom to the contrary notwithstanding; Saving to the said Mac-
namara a Liberty to finish all such Actions as are now depending,

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wherein it appears by Record he is Actually concerned for any Per-
son or Persons, on behaving himself decently, Except in the Chan-
cery Court, wherein he has been already suspended in all Cases, save
those that relate to the Crown, which Cases relating to the Crown
the said Macnamara is not intended hereby to be debarred or dis-
abled from prosecuting, if those that are entrusted think fit to Em-
ploy him therein.

The Representation, and the Indictments mentioned in the afore-
going Bill, follows in these Words, viz.

Maryland, ss.
The Jurors for the Right Honourable the Lord Proprietary of
this Province, that now is, &c. Upon their Oath do Present, That
Thomas Macnamara, late of the City of Annapolis in Anne-Arrun-
del County, Esq; otherwise called Thomas Macnamara of the City
and County aforesaid, Gentleman, the thirtenth day of July, in the
second Year of the Dominion of the said Right Honourable
Charles Lord Baron of Baltemore, Absolute Lord and Proprie-
tary of this Province, and in the Year of our Lord God, One Thou-
sand seven Hundred and Seventeen, at the City of Annapolis in
Anne-Arrundel County, well knowing his Excellency John Hart,
Esq; to be duly Authorized and Commissioned by his Lordship, the
Lord Proprietary aforesaid, and his Noble Guardian Francis Lord
Guilford, by their Commission duly Published and Recorded within
this Province, to be the said Lord Proprietarie's Capt. General and
Lieutenant Governour in and over the said Province, and as such by
his most Sacred Majesty, our now Sovereign Lord King George,
to be approved; and likewise, well knowing his said Excellency John
Hart, Esq; by such their said Lordship's Commission, Duly Pub-
lished, as aforesaid, and Recorded in the Secretary's Office of this
Province, to be appointed Keeper of the said Lord Proprietaries

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