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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, 1766-1768
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The Lower House. 391


the ingross'd bill for confirming to Spedding Bromwell of Talbot
County certain lots of land therein mentioned: Which are read and
assented to, and sent to the upper house of M.r Hayward and M.r
Luckett.
Walter Dulany esquire from the upper house delivers to M.r
speaker, the following paper bills, Viz.t
A bill entitled an act to remedy the inconveniencies arising from
the loss of some proceedings in saint Marys County court
A bill entitled an act for the preservation of the breed of fish

A bill entitled an act to prevent any obstruction of the navigation
in the River Potowmack.

A bill entitled an act appointing new visitors, for the public school
in Frederick County, and for other purposes therein mentioned

L. H. J.
Liber No. 52
June 18

A bill entitled, an act for granting to the Nanticoke indians, a
compensation for the lands therein mentioned
A bill entitled a supplementary act to the act entitled, an act for
erecting a new parish in Kent County called Chester parish, and for
building a parish church, and enlarging a chapel of ease within the
said parish

A bill entitled: an act to impower the justices of Somerset and

Worcester Counties to levy on the taxable inhabitants of Stepney
parish in Somerset and Worcester Counties, the quantity of one
hundred and sixty thousand pounds of tobacco, for the uses therein
mentioned

A bill entitled an act for the relief of Jacob Scott of Worcester
County

A bill entitled an act for reviving and continuing an act entitled
an act to establish a market at the market house in Chester town in
Kent County and for the regulation of the said market. And

A bill entitled an act to prohibit the raising of swine and geese in
Georges town in Kent County, and in Snow Hill town in Worcester
County Which bills were thus severally indorsed: By the upper
house of Assembly June 18.th 1768. The ingrossed bill, whereof
this is the original, read and assented to

Signd by order UScott. cl: up ho

The governor communicated to M.r speaker, the following message
Gentlemen of the lower house of assembly,
I am desired by M.r Samuel Carrick of Frederick County, to
recommend it to you, to make him an allowance for sundry provi-
sions by him furnished, to parties of militia, that were in actual
service on the frontiers during the late war; and for services per-
formed there by himself as stated in the inclosed account; which he
tells me is a copy of one heretofore laid before the committee of

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