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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, May, 1730-August, 1732
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580 Appendix.

Calvert
Papers

You are to allow my Land- Warrants to such People who apply
& are residing in, or have possessions in that part which is now in
dispute between me & the Pensylvanians (Excepting the Petitioner

4th

from paying the Arrears of Rents or Monys due for the Surplus
Usage of Lands with the Improving the same to the time of the
Application) This you are to confirm upon the desire of my Governor
or Phill: Lloyd Deputy Secry on any person's behalf.

5th

My Will is that you Inform & Transmitt all Matters that do or
shall appertain to the Execution of my Office of Receiver General to
my Brother Cecilius Calvert whom I have Appointed one of my
Secretarys to my Province of Maryland.
By his Lordship's Command C: B.
Copia Vera. Cecies: Calvert

p. 15

His Ldsp's Instructions to Mat: Tilghman Ward Esqre Agent
Charles Absolute Lord & Proprietor of Maryland & Avalon Lord
Baron of Baltimore &ca Additional Given bv us at Woodcote this
19th day of July 1730.

Baltimore.

p. 16

1. You are immediately on receival of this, to Proceed, with the
utmost care & Diligence, to the Settling all arrears of Rents, Fines,
Penalties & Forfeitures, that are due to me, from my Tenants in my
respective mannors, & make them render good payment. As to their
bringing their Rents on Christmas day, to the Dwelling House of
you my Agent, which by their Leases they are to do, You must
oblige them, as far as is consistent with reason.
2. I am very sensible of a great part of my Tenants Principles in
non payment of my Dues, not only in the manner of Susquehannah,
but likewise in several Others. You are upon their Non-complyance,
to consult with t my Brother the Governor, and put in Execution
proper Measures to force them. Indeed, where their Laws are De-
fective, & not well secured to them, as my desire is they shou'd; My
Order & Will is, & I do hereby Direct & Impower you with the Ad-
vice of my Brother the Governor, to Grant new Leases to them that
are so found. As to Mr Talbot's Estate, 'tis forfeited to me, & as such
shall keep & Maintain it, & do expect to hear of you confirming Me
in Possession of the said,' & tht you grant Leases as with the Advice
aforesd

p. 17

[Parjah sc.
Pargaiah]

3. You are hereby directed to take upon you the Receiver's place
of my Mannor-Rents on the Western Shoar; As I sent Orders to my
Brother the Governor concerning the said Mannors. I here send
you Mr Darnall's Account, likewise Mr Henry Brookes, who received
for him. The Tenants in general Owe me great Arrears (particu-
larly the Manner of Parjah) which has not paid me any thing these
four years last past, which they never refus'd before for which they



 
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