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

L. H. J.
Liber No. 52
June 17

For the affirmative

Gresham Chase [2]

M.r J. Dashiel and M.r Hooper have leave of absence
The petition of Sarah Flinn, read a second time and granted. The
petition of Henry Miles, read a second time and referred.

p. 526


John Beal Bordley esquire from the upper house delivered to
M.r speaker, the following bills Viz.t
A supplementary act to the act to enable the visitors of Kent
County school for the time being to lease out part of the land be-
longing to said school

A bill entitled a supplementary act to the act entitled an act to
establish a road from Hunting Creek in Dorchester, to Dover in
Talbot County; and a bill entitled an act confirming to Spedding
Bromwell of Talbot County certain lots of land therein mentioned;
thus severally indorsed: "By the upper house of assembly, June
16.th 1768: Read the first time, and ordered to lie on the table.

Sign'd by order U. Scott cl: up: ho:

By the upper house of assembly June 17.th 1768. Read the second
time and will pass.
Sign'd by order U. Scott cl: up: ho

Which bills were here read and pass'd for ingrossing

And also a bill entitled, an act for the security of purchasers and
others being protestants, claiming by or from aliens; indorsed "By
the upper house of assembly June 14.th 1768: Read the first time
and ordered to lie on the table.
Sign'd by order UScott cl: up: ho:

By the upper house of assembly June 17.th 1768: Read the second
time and will pass with the following amendments Viz.t Leave out
the words, "being protestants" in the title, and in the 10.th and 17.th
lines; and the words, "being a protestant or protestants," in the
24.th 27.th and 28.th lines ; and the words "papist or papists," in the
last line but two, and also in the last line but one.
Sign'd by order U Scott cl: up: ho:

The paper bill, entitled an act for the recovery of certain amercia-
ments, and also upon defaults on executions; And the ingross'd bills
entitled an act for the relief of Joseph Scott of Worcester County;
A. act reviving and continuing an act entitled an act to establish a
markett, at the market house in Chester town in Kent County and
for the regulation of the said market: An act to prohibit raising of
swine and geese in Georgetown in Kent County, and in Snow Hill



 
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