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The Lower House. 393

Worthington

Hayward

Luckett


L. H. J.

Johnson
Griffith

Dickinson
Beall


[13]

Liber No. 52
June 18

John Beale Bordley esquire from the upper house, delivers to M.r
speaker, the following paper bills vizt

A bill 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

A bill entitled an act to prevent the exportation of flour, staves,
and Shingles, not merchantable, from the town of Baltimore in Balti-
more County and to regulate the weight of hay, and measure of
grain, salt flax seed and firewood, within the said town

A bill entitled an act for the adjournment and continuance of
Frederick County court

A bill entitled an act confirming to Spedding Bromwell of Talbot
County certain lots of land therein mentioned 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.

Signed by order U. Scott cl: up: ho

Also a bill, entituled, an Act for amending and declareing the Law
in the Cases therein mentioned indorsed: "By the upper house of
assembly, June 17, 1768: Read the first time, and ordered to lie

on the Table,

Signed by Order, U. Scott clk up. ho

By the Upper House of Assembly, June 18, 1768: Read the
second time and will pass with the annexed amendments.

Signed by Order, U, Scott, clk up, ho,

1.st Amendment,] In the last line of the first page, after the Word
"upwards," insert the following words, Viz. "or an Estate of Free-
hold; as aforesaid, of the full Value of £50 Sterling at the least,"

2.d Amendment.] Strike out the first enacting clause in the third
page, and the proviso immediately following that Clause; and also
the second enacting Clause, in the said page,

3d Amendment,], At the end of the third page, add as follows,
"and also after the Dissolution of any Injunction, of, or from the
Court of Chancery, or the Discharge, or Expiration of any Super-
sedeas, on Appeal, or any Writ of Error, at any time, within
twelve Months after Dissolution of such Injunction or discharge, or
Expiration of such Supersedeas

4.th Amendment.] In the 6th and 7.th lines of the 4.th page, leave
Out the following Words Viz "or as of any preceding Court, ac-
cording to the Agreement of the parties, and terms of such Sub-
mission.


 

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