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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, 1758-1761
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reputed so to be, of, in or to, any Lands, Tenements, or Heredita-
ments, that he, she or they, now is, are or shall be, in Possession of,
or do or hereafter shall claim any Estate in, or Right or Title to; but
that the Estate, Right or Title of every such Alien or Aliens, being
a Papist or Papists, or reputed so to be, or Romish or Jesuitical
Priest or Priests, or Persons reputed so to be, shall remain and con-
tinue in the same Plight, State and Condition, to all Intents and
Purposes, which it would have been had this Act never been made ;
Thing herein before contained to the contrary notwithstanding.
And the Question was put, That the following Question be now
put, viz. Whether the said Amendment shall be proposed to be made
to the said Bill, or Not ? Resolved in the Negative.
It was moved that the following Amendment be proposed to be
made to the said Bill, viz.
Provided also, and be it likewise Enacted by the Authority, Ad-
vice, and Consent aforesaid, That nothing herein contained shall be
construed, deemed, or taken, to secure or make valid the Estate,
Right or Title of any Person or Persons, being a Papist or Papists,
or reputed so to be, or of any Romish or Jesuitical Priest or Priests,
or Persons reputed so to be, of, in or to, any Lands, Tenements, or
Hereditaments, that he, she or they, now is, are or shall be, in
Possession of, or do or hereafter shall claim any Estate in, or Right
or Title to; but that the Estate, Right or Title of every such Person
or Persons, being a Papist or Papists or reputed so to be, or Romish
or Jesuitical Priest or Priests, or Persons reputed so to be, shall
remain and continue in the same Plight, State and Condition, to all
Intents and Purposes, which it would have been had this Act never
been made; any Thing herein before contained to the contrary not-
withstanding.
And the Question was put, That the said Amendment be proposed
to be made to the said Bill. Resolved in the Affirmative.

L. H. J.
Liber No. 51
April 4


For the Affirmative,




Greenfield,

Stoddert,

Fraser,



Williamson,

Lee,

King,



Hynson,

Cockey Deye,

Beall,



Gassaway,

Govane,

Lloyd,



Carroll,

Owings,

Tilghman,



B. Mackall,

Earle,

Purnell,



Gantt,

Baker,

Selby.



Hanson,

Ward,




Dent,

Murdock,


[25]



For the Negative,



p. 201

Sullivane,

Steuart,

E. Dorsey.



Goldsborough,

Crabb,




Travers,

Chapline,


[7]




 
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