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

U. H. J.
Liber No. 36
June 10

depending before His Majesty in Council, on behalf of the People
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 3 of the Clock in the Afternoon

Eodem Die Post Meridiem
This House met again according to Adjournment.
Present as in the Morning
Read and rejected the Petition of George Frasier Hawkins
Adjourned until to Morrow Morning 10 of the Clock

June 11

Saturday Morning 11.th June 1768.
This House met again according to Adjournment.
Present as Yesterday

A Bill, from the Lower House by Mess,,rs Allen and Gale, En-
titled An Act for granting to the Nanticoke Indians a Compensa-
tion for their Lands therein mentioned

A Bill, by Mess.rs Baker and Cresap, Entitled An Act to prevent
any Obstruction of the Navigation in the River Potowmack

A Bill, Entitled An Act for the Preservation of the Breed of
Fish.

These three Bills 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, Entitled An Act for Recovery of certain Amercements,
and also upon Defaults on Execution.

Read the first and second time in the Lower House and will
Pass with the following Amendments.

"Provided always that in all Actions of Trespass upon the Case
where no Declaration shall be sent with the Writ, expressing the
true Cause of Action, the Sheriff or Coroner shall not be Amerced,
upon such Writ, above the sum of Eight Thousand Pounds of
Tobacco, and that the Judgment for such Amercement, shall be
Absolute without any Assignment of the Cause of Action to be
offered or tendered to the said Coroner

Adjourned until 3 of the Clock in the Afternoon



 
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