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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, 1733-1736
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514 Appendix.

Lib. L. L.
No. 4

Thirteen to the Intent the Same may be satisfied and paid to whome
the same is due as by the Journall of the Committe for Laying the
Publick Levy and List for payment thereof thereto Annexed
appears
Be it Enacted by the Queens most Excellent Majesty by and with
the Advice and Consent of her Majestys President Councill and
Assembly of this province and the authority of the same that the
said Sume of three hundred thirty Eight pounds nine shillings and
one penny in money be satisfied and paid to whom the same is due
out of the publick Stock raised and Lodged in the Publick treasurers
hands of this province and that the afd sume of three hundred and
sixteen Thousand six hundred and Seventy three pounds of tobacco
be by an Equall Assessment of ninteen pounds of tobacco per poll
Levyed on the taxable Inhabitants of this province and by the Sher-
riff of Each respective County Collected and paid to the Severall
persons to whom it is ordered by the said Journall and Lists of pay-
ments

(Acts of
1723, ch. 7)
p. 588

An Act for the Releif of John Mackenzy of Talbot County

Whereas John Mackenzy of Talbot County being through Poverty
and Disability of Body a great Object of Releif and haveing been a
long Time a Prisoner in the Custody of the Sheriff of the said County
on a Judgment Given against him on An Act for Regulating of
Ordinarys which said Judgment nor the fees Incident of the same
and Imprisonment thereon he is no ways Able to Satisfie Consequently
if not relieved must During his life languish in Prison The Premises
haveing been Duly Considered It is Prayed It may be Enacted And
be it Enacted by the Right Honourable the Lord Proprietor by &
with the Advice and Consent of his Lordship's Governour And the
Upper and lower houses of this Present Generall Assembly And the

Authority of the same that the said John Mackenzy shall be Dis-
charged And is hereby Discharged from the Judgment aforesaid
of and from All the fees of what nature Soever whether Lawyers
Clerks Sheriffs or other fees whatsoever that have Arose or shall
Arise or Grow Duely or through Means of the said Judgment or
prosecution on the said Act.



 
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