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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, 1733-1736
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The Upper House. 3


Wednesday 14th March 1732
This House met again according to Adjournment
Present as Yesterday

Read the Petition of the Vestry of St Lukes Parish in Queen Anns
County, and ordered to be Endorsed

By the Upper House of Assembly 14th March 1732

Read and Referred to the Consideration of the next Session of
Assembly and Ordered that the Vestry of the said Parish Set up
Notes at the Church Chappel and Court House Door from time to
time of their Intention of Applying to this House for a Law to be
made giving them a Right in the said Lands, that the Owners thereof

J. H. J.
Lib. No. 33
p. 248
March 14

may if they think proper oppose the same
Signed p Order John Ross Cl. Up. Ho.

Read the Petition of Several the Inhabitants of the South side
of Potapsco River praying Leave to bring in a Bill to Erect a Town
at the Place where the Ferry is now kept, and referred to the Con-
sideration of the Lower House, and that the Owners of the Lands
have due Notice of this Application
Read the Petition of Several the Inhabitants of the Upper part of
Ann Arundel County praying that a Bill may be brought in to lay
out a Town at Elk Ridge Landing upon Potapsco River, and Re-
ferred to the Consideration of the Lower House that so much Land
as is thought Convenient may be laid out at the place mentioned in
the Petition to Erect Rowling Houses, and that the Owners of
the said Lands have due Notice of this Application, Sent to the Lower
House by George Plater Esqr
Charles Calvert Esqr Attended by the Members of this House
present to the Right Honourable the Lord Proprietary their Ad-
dress in the following Words

p. 349

To the Right Honourable the Lord Proprietary
The Humble Address of the Upper House of Assembly
May it please your Lordship
Since Words can not be as Strong as our Affections to Express
our Extreme Joy, on the Safe Arrival of your Lordship and Lady
Baltimore into this your Province We beg Leave to Assure your
Lordship, It was not less than such a happy Occasion Deserved; and
upon which, We hope your Lordship will be pleased to receive these
our Sincere Congratulations
That Security of Our Properties, that impartial Administration of
Justice and that indulgent Management of the Reins of Government

Black Book
No. 3
Letter
No. 105



 
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