Liber No. 35
Party of Cherokee Indians which have been some time on the
Frontiers of this Province, and for Payment of the reasonable Ex-
pences of their Interpreter and Conductor, and the aiding supple-
mentary Act to an Act entituled, A supplementary Act to an Act
entituled, An Act to enable the Justices of Baltimore County Court
to assess and levy on the taxable Inhabitants of S.t George's Parish in
that County a Sum of Mony for the Uses therein mentioned &
having passed before,/
An Act to make it paenal to forge or counterfeit the Bills of Credit
of Virginia Pensilvania, New York, East or West Jersies, or the
three lower Counties on Delaware called Newcastle, Kent and Sussex
or to utter or tender the same in Payment within this Province
knowing them to be such.
An Act entitled, An Act to repeal Part of an Act, entitled, An Act
repealing Part of an Act laying an Imposition on Negroes, and on
several Sorts of Liquors imported, and also on Irish Servants to
prevent the importing too great a Number of Irish Papists into this
Province, and to lay a Duty upon Rum Spirits Wine & Brandy
imported into this Province from Pensilvania or the three lower
Counties on Delaware called Newcastle Kent and Sussex.
A supplementary Act to an Act entitled, An Act for granting a
Supply of £40000. for his Majesty's Service, and striking 34015.6.0 :
thereof in Bills of Credit and raising a Fund for sinking the same.
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
I have thought fit with the Advice of his Lordship's Council of
State to prorogue this Assembly to Monday the 24.th Day of June
next, you are therefore to take Notice that you are prorogued to that
Thus ends this Session of Assembly begun and held at the City
of Annapolis on Tuesday the 28.th Day of March, ending the 13.th
Day of May following, in the eighth Year of his said Lordship's
Dominion, Annoque Domini 1758.
J. Ross Cl. Up Ho.