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The Lower House. 255


Monday, 7th November, 1757.

The House met according to Adjournment: The Members were
called, and all appeared as on Saturday, except Mr. Govane, Col.
Tilghman, and Mr. Sudler. The Proceedings were Read.
Mr. Lee, Mr. Edward Dorsey, Mr. Rasin, Mr. Reynolds, Mr.
Dent, Mr. Fraser, Mr. King, and Capt. Gassaway, appeared in the
House.
On Motion, Leave given to bring in a Bill, To Repeal all the Laws
heretofore made for killing Crows and Squirrels, and giving a
Bounty therefore as to what relates to Somerset, Calvert, Prince-
George's, and Worcester Counties.
Ordered, That Mr. Waggaman do prepare and bring in a Bill
for that Purpose.
Mr. Waggaman brings in and delivers to Mr. Speaker, a Bill,
entituled, An Act Repealing all the Laws heretofore made for the
killing of Crows and Squirrels, or having any Allowance for the

L. H. J.
Liber No. 49
Nov. 7

same so far as relates to Somerset, Calvert, Prince-George's, and
Worcester Counties; which was Read the first Time, and Ordered
to lie on the Table.
The House adjourns until 2 of the Clock Afternoon.
Post-Meridiem. The House met according to Adjournment, &c.
Mr. Goldsborough brings in and delivers to Mr. Speaker, A Bill,
entituled, An Act continuing an Act, entituled, An Act to prevent
certain Evils and Inconveniencies attending the Sale of strong
Liquors, and Running of Horse-Races, near the yearly Meeting of
the People called Quakers, &c. And,
A Bill, entituled, An Act continuing an Act, entituled, An Act
to make it penal to forge or counterfeit the Bills of Credit of
Pennsylvania, New-York, East or West-Jerseys, or the Three Lower
Counties on Delaware, called New-Castle, Kent, and Sussex, &c.
Which were severally Read the first Time, and Ordered to lie on
the Table.
On Motion, the Bill, entituled, An Act continuing an Act, entituled,
An Act to make it penal to forge or counterfeit the Bills of Credit
of Pennsylvania, &c. was committed for Amendments.
The House adjourns until the Morrow Morning at 9 of the Clock.

p. 65

Tuesday, 8th November, 1757.

The House met according to Adjournment: The Members were
called, and all appeared as Yesterday. The Proceedings were Read.
Col. Henry, Col. Tilghman, Mr. Govane, and Mr. Sudler, appeared
in the House.
The House adjourns until 2 of the Clock Afternoon.

Nov. 8



 
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