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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, 1755-1756
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The Upper House. 139


An Act continuing an Act Entituled an Act to prevent disabled

and superannuated Slaves being Set free or the Manumission of
Slaves by any Last Will or Testament
An Act continuing an Act Entituled an Act for the more effectual
destroying Squirrells and Crows in the Counties of Kent Queen
Anns and Talbot & for destroying red Foxes in the said Counties.
An Act for purchasing two Acres of Land in the Upper part of
Worcester Parish in Worcester County and building a Chappel of
Ease thereon
An Act for building a Church in S.t Mary White Chappel Parish
in Dorchester County.
An Act to Prevent the Exportation or Carrying out of this Prov-
ince Ammunition Warlike Stores or Provisions of any kind towards
Supplying the French or their Allies.
An Act for the Relief of Thomas Lambden & Nathan Britting-
ham languishing prisoners in Worcester County Goal Thomas Todd
Jasper Hall & Daniel Wells languishing Prisoners in Ann Arundel
County Goal Benjamin Berry a languishing Prisoner in Prince
Georges County Goal Thomas Reynolds a languishing Prisoner in
Frederick County Goal & Edward Dogan a languishing Prisoner in
Baltimore County Goal
An Act to impower John Greeniff Howard of Baltimore County
Planter to dock the Entail of 249 Acres of Land part of a Tract of
Land called Harborough lying in Ann Arundel County and to Sell
and Convey the same in fee Simple & to Entail other Lands of
Equal Value in Lieu thereof
All which his Excellency passed into Laws in the usual form by
Sealing them with the Right honourable the Lord Proprietary his
Great Seal at Arms, and Subscribing them on behalf of the Right
honourable the Lord Proprietary of this Province. I will this be a
Law.
After which his Excellency was pleased to Conclude this Session
with the following Speech
Gentlemen of the Upper and Lower houses of Assembly
Finding the Business, for which you were convened must be
left undone; I have thought fit, with the Advice of his Lordships
Council of State, to prorogue this Assembly to the first day of
January next, and you are to take Notice you are prorogued to
that Day accordingly
Thus Ends this Session of Assembly begun and held at the City
of Annapolis on Monday the 23d Day of June & Ending on Tuesday
the 8th day of July following in the 5.th year of his Lordships
Dominion and in the 29th year of his Majestys Reign Annoqj
Domini 1755
J Ross Cl Up Ho

U.HJ.
Liber No. 35

July 8
p. 49



 
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