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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, 1737-1740
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Appendix. 5^7


2dly

That there being no Riots that appear to have been comitted within
the 3 Lower Countys of Newcastle Kent & Sussex upon Delaware.
It is therefore not thought necessary to continue the latter part of
the sd order in Council as to the sd 3 lower Countys but that the same
former Orders in Council so far as relates to the 1d 3 lower Countys
be discharg'd without prejudice to either of the Proprietors, as if
the same had never been made.

3dly

That all other Lands in Contest between the sd proprietors now
possess'd by or under either of them shall remain in the Possession
as they now are (altho beyond the Temporary Limits hereafter
mention'd) and also the jurisdiction of the respective Proprietors
shall continue over such Lands untill the Boundarys shall be finally
settled & tht the Tenants of either Side, shall not attorn to the other,
nor shall either of the proprietors or their officers receive or Accept
of Attornments frn the Tenants of the other proprietor

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4thly

That as to all Vacant Lands in Contest between the proprietors
not lying within either of the 3 lower Countys & not now Possess'd
by or under either of them on the East side of the River Susque-
hanah down so far South as 15 Miles & 1/4 of a Mile South of the
Latitude of the most Southern part of the City of Philadelphia &
on the West side of the sd River Susquehanah down so far South
as fourteen miles & f of a mile South of the Latitude of the most
Southern Part of the City of Philadelphia, the Temporary Jurisdic-
tion over the same is agreed to be exercised by the Proprietors of
Pensylvania & their Governor Courts & Officers and as to all such
Vacant Lands in contest between the proprietors & not now Possess'd
by or under either of them, on both sides of the sd River Susque-
hanah South of the respective Southern Limits in the paragraph
before mention'd the Temporary Jurisdiction over the same is agreed
to be exercised by the Proprietor of Maryland, & his Governor Courts
& Officers without prejudice to either Proprietor & until the Boun-
darys shall be finally settled.

5thly

That the respective proprietors shall be at free Liberty to Grant
out on the Comon & usual Forms all or any vacant Lands within
the sd provinces of Pensylvania & Maryland in contest between the
sd proprietors (that is to say, within their own respective sides of
the sd several Limits mention'd in the last foregoing paragraph) for
the which Lands & the Profits of the same also each proprietor shall

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