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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, 1766-1768
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The Upper House. 299


Read the second time, in this House, the Bill Entitled An Act
to prevent the Exportation of Flour, Staves, and Shingles not Mer-
chantable from the Town of Baltimore, in, Baltimore County, and
to regulate the Weight of Hay, and Measure of Grain, Salt, Flax-
seed, and firewood within the said Town, and will Pass so Endorsed
and sent by John Beale Bordley Esq,,r
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

A Bill, from the Lower House, by Mess,,rs Goldsborough and
Graham, Entitled An Act for raising four pence Sterling on every
Hogshead of Tobacco, exported out of this Province, for the
Support of an Agent at London, for the Services of this Province.

Read the first and second time in the Lower House and will
Pass.
Read the first time in this House and ordered to lye on the
Table
Adjourned until to Morrow Morning 10 of the Clock

U. H. J.

Liber No. 36
June 9

Friday Morning 10,,th June 1768.
This House met again according to Adjournment.
Present as Yesterday

A Bill, from the Lower House, by Mess,,rs Ridgely Moale and
Adair, Entitled An Act for erecting a Court House and Public
Prison, for Baltimore County, in the Town of Baltimore, and for
making Sale of the Old Court House, and Prison.
Read the first and second time, in the Lower House, and will
Pass.
Read the first time in this House and Ordered to lye on the
Table

A Bill by Mess,,rs Worthington and Chase Entitled An Act for
turning part of a Street, called East Street, in the City of An-
napolis, and for confirming the Title of Tho.s Jenings Esq.r to a
Lott of Ground thereon.
Read the first and second time in the Lower House and will
Pass.
Read the first and second time, by an Especial Order, in this
House and will Pass, so Endorsed and sent by John Ridout Esq.r

June 10

A Bill from the Lower House, by Mess,,rs Murdock and five
others, Entitled An Act to promote and forward the Appeal, now

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