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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, 1762-1763
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180 Assembly Proceedings, March 17-April 21, 1762.

Liber H. S.
No. 1

Races, near the yearly Meetings of the People called Quakers; and
to prevent the tumultuous Concourse of Negroes and other Slaves
during the said Meetings.

[Two Acts
continued.]

Be it Enacted, by the Right Honourable the Lord Proprietary, by
and with the Advice and Consent of his Lordship's Governor, and
the Upper and Lower Houses of Assembly, and the Authority of
the same, That one Act of Assembly of this Province, entituled, An
Act to prevent certain Evils and Inconveniencies attending the Sale
of strong Liquors, and running of Horse-Races, near the yearly
Meetings of the People called Quakers, and to prevent the tumultu-
ous Concourse of Negroes and other Slaves during the said Meet-
ings, made at a Session of Assembly, begun and held at the City
of Annapolis the Sixteenth Day of May, One Thousand Seven
Hundred and Forty-seven; and also one other Act of Assembly
of this Province, entituled, An Act to amend and explain an Act,
entituled, An Act to prevent certain Evils and Inconveniencies at-
tending the Sale of strong Liquors, and running of Horse-Races,
near the yearly Meetings of the People called Quakers, and to
prevent the tumultuous Concourse of Negroes and other Slaves
during the said Meetings, made at a Session of Assembly, begun
and held at the City of Annapolis the Third Day of June, One
Thousand Seven Hundred and Fifty-two, be, and are hereby con-

p. 400

tinued, and shall remain and be in full Force, for and during the
Term of Three Years next ensuing, and to the End of the next
Session of Assembly which shall happen after the End of the said
Three Years.

By the Lower House
of Assembly 16th April
1762. Read and Assented
to
Signed p order
J. A. Thomas Cl lo ho

On behalf of the Right
Honble the Lord Propri-
etary of this Province I
will this be a Law
Horo Sharpe

12 April 1762
Read and Assented to
by the Upper House of
Assembly
Signed p order
J Ross Cl Up Ho


The Great Seal

in Wax appt


No. 3

[No. 17]

An Act continuing an Act, entituled, An Act for Punishment of
Horse-Stealers, and other Offenders.

[An Act
continued. ]

Be it Enacted, by the Right Honourable the Lord Proprietary,
by and with the Advice and Consent of his Lordship's Governor,
and the Upper and Lower Houses of Assembly, and the Authority
of the same, That an Act of Assembly of this Province, entituled,
An Act for Punishment of Horse-Stealers, and other Offenders,
made at a Session of Assembly, begun and held at the City of
Annapolis the First Day of May, Anno Domini One Thousand
Seven Hundred and Forty Four, be, and is hereby continued, and
shall remain and be in full Force, for and during the Term of Three



 
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