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298 Assembly Proceedings, May 24-June 22, 1768.

U. H. J.
Liber No. 36
June 8

M,,r Benjamin Rogers having applied for Summons's on behalf
of the Petitioners for the Removal of the Court House to Baltimore
Town to require the Attendance of Col.o William Young, Mess.rs
Corbin Lee, Daniel Chamier, William Aisquith, and William Cox
/Miller/ at the Hearing of M.r John Pacas Petition
Ordered that the Clerk issue Summons's as desired, which were
Issued as follows

By the Upper House of Assembly 8.th June 1768.
To the Sheriff of Baltimore County
You are hereby required to Summons Col.o William Young,
Mess.rs Corbin Lee, William Aisquith, and William Cox /Miller/,
that, all Excuses set apart, they make their Personal Appearance
before the said House, at Annapolis, on Thursday the 16th Day
of this Instant June, to testify the truth of their Knowledge of
sundry Facts set forth in a Petition depending before the said

House, praying that the Court House may not be removed from

Joppa to Baltimore Town
UScott Cl: Up. Ho:

By the Upper House of Assembly 8.th June 1768.
To M,,r John Ensor Jun.r Coroner in Baltimore County
You are hereby required to Summons Daniel Chamier Esq.r,
Sheriff of Baltimore County, that, all Excuses set apart, he make
his Personal Appearance before this House, at Annapolis, on
Thursday the 16.th Day of this Instant June, to testify the Truth
of his Knowledge of sundry Facts, set forth in a Petition, depend-
ing before the said House, praying that the Court House may
not be removed from Joppa to Baltimore Town
UScott Cl: Up: Ho:

p. 386

Adjourned until 3 of the Clock in the Afternoon

Eodem Die Post Meridiem
This House met again according to Adjournment.
Present as in the Morning
Adjourned until to Morrow Morning 10 of the Clock

June 9

Thursday Morning 9.th June 1768.
This House met again according to Adjournment
Present as Yesterday

Read and referred the Petition of Mary Philpot, Sent by John
Ridout Esq.r



 
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