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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, 1769-1770
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The Upper House. 349


the first and second Time by an Especial Order in the Lower House
and will pass, which was Read the first Time in this House and
ordered to lie on the Table.
Adjourned until to Morrow Morning 10 of the Clock.

U. H. J.
Liber No. 36
Nov. 6

Wednesday Morning 7:th November 1770.
The House met again according to Adjournment.

Present as Yesterday.
Read, and referred to the Consideration of the Lower House of
Assembly, the Petitions of the Vestrymen and Church Wardens of
Saint Lukes Parish in Queen Anns County, so Endorsed and Sent
by John Ridout Esq.r
Mess:rs Baxter and Deye bring up a Bill entitled. "An Act for the
Relief of certain Languishing Prisoners in the several Goals therein
mentioned" Read the first and second Time, by an especial Order in
the Lower House and will pass
Mess:rs W. Paca and Smallwood bring up a Bill Entitled "An
Act to enable the Commissioners for Emitting Bills of Credit to
pay to John Duckett, William Mills and John Peacock the Sums of
Money therein mentioned: Read the first and second time, by an
Especial Order, in the Lower House and will pass.
Adjourned until three of the Clock in the Afternoon.

Eodem Die Post Meridiem.
The House met again according to Adjournment.

Present as in the Morning.
Adjourned until to Morrow Morning 10 of the Clock.

Nov. 7

Thursday Morning 8.th November 1 770.
The House met again according to Adjournment.

Present as Yesterday.
The following Message is Sent to the Lower House by Daniel
Dulany Esq.

Nov. 8

By the Upper House of Assembly 8:th November 1770.

Gentlemen
We have considered the Bill entitled. "An Act for Amending
the Staple of Tobacco, for preventing Frauds in his Majestys Cus-
toms, and for the Regulation of Officers Fees," and think it very
exceptionable in many Respects, but as the Tranquility and Welfare
of the Province depend very much upon the Regulation of our Staple

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