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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, 1766-1768
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368 Assembly Proceedings, May 24-June 22, 1768.

L. H. J.

Liber No. 52
June 10

On reading the second time the bill entitled an act for erecting a
court house and public prison, for Baltimore County in the town of
Baltimore, and tor making sale of the old court house and prison,
the question was put whether the said bill do pass? Resolved in
the affirmative


For the affirmative.


Wolstenholme

Harrison

Baxter

Eden

Hayward

Baker

Key

Gale

Tyler

Ringgold

Wilson

Murdock

Gresham

Dickinson

Hall

Chase

Goldsborough

Hollyday

Worthington

M. Tilghman

Wright

Johnson

N. Thomas

Allen-

Griffith

Sullivane

Selby

Mackall

Hooper

Purnel

Parran

Steele

J. Dashiel

Gantt

Ridgley

Cresap

Grahame

Moale

Jennings

Hanson

Adair

Luckett

Ware

Veazy

Chapline

Smallwood

Ward

[40]

For the

negative


Buchannan

Deye


Bordley

Beall

[4]


Which bill was sent to the upper house by M.r Ridgley, M.r Moale,
and M.r Adair.
On reading the second time, the bill entitled an act for turning
part of a street called east street in the city of Annapolis and for
confirming the title of Thomas Jennings esquire to a lot of ground
therein; the question was put, whether the said bill do pass ? Resolved
in the affirmative. Sent to the upper house by M.r Worthington and
M.r Chase.

p. 514

On reading the second time, the bill entitled an act to promote
and forward the appeal now depending before his majesty in council,
on behalf of the people of this province; the question was put
whether the said bill do pass? Resolved in the affirmative. Sent to
the upper house by M.r Murdock, M.r Ringgold, M.r Grahame, M.r
Tilghman, M.r Johnson, and M.r Worthington.
John Ridout esquire from the upper house, delivers to M.r speaker,
the bill entitled, an act for turning part of a street called east street
in the city of Annapolis, and for confirming the title of Thomas



 
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