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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, May, 1730-August, 1732
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Appendix. 581


Alledge many unjust excuses & Evasions, which are of no signifi-
cation, therefore require of you tht proper measures are taken to
rectifie them, & that as soon as possible a good Account be Trans-
mitted & tht yon will keep them strict to paying me my Dues; As
to Mr Henry Brooke's, if you & the Governor think fitting to Im-
ploy him you may, but I shall expect all Accounts relating thereto
from you.
4. I do for the future expect upon the renewal of any Leases that
drop in by Lives or otherwise, that you will consider & examine the
Improvements that are made upon the Premises, & lett me have a
just Valuation, & not altogether go by the Old Standard, thinking it
equitable I shou'd reap some benefits from the Improvements that
are made.

5. Whereas great Abuses have been & are committed by my
Officers in Measurement of Tonnage of Ships, & as I shall from
the Custom-house here, take care to know how all Ships are rated
trading to our Parts, so I must will & require you to see tht so gross
an Abuse be rectified.
6. You are to forward & Dispatch with the Assistance of my
Brother the Governor, Philemon Loyd our Deputy Secretary &
Ricd Bennett Esqre the Finishing my Rent Rolls, which when Set-
tled, you must Transmit to me; your strict complyance in Forward-
ing this, as 'tis of the greatest consequence, so will it most oblige.
By his Ldsp's Comd C: B :
Cecilius Calvert.

Calvert
Papers

His Lordship's Instructions to Mat. Til. Ward Esqre Agent.
Maryland
Charles absolute Lord & Proprietary of the Provinces of Mary-
land & Avalon. Lord Baron of Baltimore &ca Additional Given
by us at London this 2gth of Janry Annoq Domni 1730

Baltimore
I. Whereas by my Commission bearing Date with my Instruc-
tions of Janry 30th 1729 by Vertue of which I appointed you my
Agent & Receiver general of our Province of Maryland, requiring

you on Acceptance thereof to give to our Beloved Brother our Lieu-
tenant Governor, sufficient security for the Faithful discharge of
your Trust & Duty therein; As also requiring the same from my
Naval Officers, collecting in their several Districts, wch sd Securitys
you must Transmit to me. And I do Expect tht you will pay due
regard in the Execution of this Instruction. Likewise strictly persue
those in every part, unless I shou'd signifye to the Contrary, which
have been from time to time sent by me to my late Agent Nics
Lowe Esqre
2 You are to persue our second Instruction sent you, Article the
2d concerning Connaught, alias Susquahannah Mannor in Cecil

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