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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, 1740-1744
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APPENDIX.


To His Excellency Samuel Ogle Govournor and Commander In
Chief In and over the Provance of Maryland and to the Upper and
Lower Houses of Assambly now sitting the Humble Patition of
Jonathan Martino Humbly Sueth that Your Patitioner hath Been
a Prisoner for Debt ten months under the Custody of Ennalls Hooper
than High Shirriff of Dorchester County and still Remains a Pris-
oner In the Custady of Battholamew Ennalls And Your sd Pati-
tioner is Confined in a Clos Dungon almost Starved with cold In the
Wintor and almost Stifled with Heat In the summer and Your sd is
Aged ods of forty years and hath a wife and four small Children
Upon the Account of suffering thro: my long Confindment and Your
sd Patitioner is almost lost By a Surfit of heats and Colds that he is
Brok out in a sad Condition and is likely to Languish for want of
his libarty to Get some Proper Remady for his Releef and Your Pa-
titioner is not able with all the small Estate to Comply with his
Raspacttive Credittors which he would Be willing to Surrander up
so that he Could obtain his libarty which he is not like to Get Except
Your Exallancy will Take it in to Your Serious Consideration and
Grant that thare may be An Act made Ether to Sail him or to Ralass
him out of his Misarable and Daplorable Confindment and Your Pa-
titionar is Bound in Duty and will for Ever Pray &c.
Jonathan Martino

Black Book
No. 1
Letter

No. 52

An Instruction to our Trusty & well Beloved Sam: Ogle Esqr
Governor of the Province of Maryland.
C: Baltimore
You are to give Directions to our Judge of the Land office that
for the Future he is not to make out any Grant of Land or Lands
to any part Exceeding the number of one Thousand Acres and the
same Thousand Acres to be made out in two Distinct Grants not
Exceeding five Hundred Acres Each wth the usuall Reservations
Given at London in Janry 1740 in the 27 Year of our Dominion
Anno Domini under our hand & Lesser Seal at Arms.
By his Lordspp's comd
Jno Browning Secretary.

Calvert
Paper 295 1/2
p. 87

An Instruction to our Trusty & Well Beloved Sam: Ogle Esqr
Governor of the Province of Maryland
C: Baltimore
Whereas by our Proclamation bearing Date at Annapolis the 20th
day of June in the 19th year of our Dominion Anno Domini 1733

p. 88



 
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