U. H. J.
Liber No. 35
7th May 1757:
Read and assented to by the Lower House of Assembly.
Signed p : Order. M Macnemara Cl. Lo : Ho :
Read and assented to by this House, and ordered to be so sub-
Adjourned 'till Monday Morning ten of the Clock
Monday Morning 9.th May 1757:
This House met again according to Adjournment
Col: Edward Lloyd Benedict Calvert Esq.rs
Col: Benjamin Tasker Col: Rob. Jenckins Henry
The several Paper Bills, the Originals of which have passed both
Houses this Session are sent to the Lower House by Col : Benjamin
Colo : Benjamin Tasker, and Benedict Calvert Esq.r are sent to
the Lower House to acquaint the Speaker, that his Excellency re-
quires his immediate Attendance, with the Lower House in the Upper
House to see the Bills passed both Houses this Session receive the
The Lower House attend, and by their Speaker present to his
Excellency the following Bills.
An Act for his Majesty's Service, and the more immediate Pro-
tection and Defence of the Frontier Inhabitants of this Province.
An Act continuing, an Act, entitled, An Act for the Advancement
An Act continuing an Act, entituled, An Act for relieving the
Inhabitants of this Province from some Aggrievances, in the Prose-
cution of Suits at Law, and for continuing the supplementary Act
An Act continuing an Act, entituled, An Act to remedy some
Evils relating to Servants.
An Act continuing an Act, entituled, a supplementary Act, to
the Act, entituled, An Act ascertaining the Heighth of Fences, to
prevent the Evil occasioned by the Multitude of Horses & restraining
Horse-Rangers within this Province, and to redress the great Evil
accruing to this Province by the Multiplicity of useless Horses,
Mares, and Colts that run in the Woods,
An Act continuing an Act, entituled, An Act for the Gauge of
Barrels for Pork, Beef, Pitch, Tar Turpentine, and Tare of Barrels
for Flour or Bread.