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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, 1771 to June-July, 1773
Volume 63, Page 236   View pdf image (33K)
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236 Assembly Proceedings, October 2-November 30, 1771.

L. H. J.
Liber No. 54
Nov. 30

N.° 31. An Act to impower Jane Ridgely Executrix of Nicholas
Greenbury Ridgely late of Ann Arundel County deceased to convey
the Land therein mentioned

N.° 32. An Act for the directing the Sale of the Lands of John
Stone Hawkins, late of Prince George's County deceased for the
Payment of the Payment of the Debts of the said John Stone
N.° 33. An Additional Supplementary Act to the Act entitled
An Act for the Establishment of Religious Worship in this Province
according to the Church of England and for the Maintenance of

N.° 34. An Act to enable the Executors of Thomas Colvill to
convey the Land therein mentioned

N.° 35. An Act for amending and declaring the Law in the Cases
therein mentioned
N.° 36. An Act for the speedy and effectual Publication of the
Laws of this Province and for the Encouragement of Ann Catharine
Green of the City of Annapolis Printer
N.° 37. An Act to impower Mary Louttitt Executrix of James
Louttitt deceased to convey One undivided third Part of the Mill
and Land therein mentioned

N.° 38. An Act relating to the Levy and Poor of Anne Arundel
N.° 39. An Act impowering the County Courts to settle with
Persons who were formerly Inspectors of Tobacco
All which, except N.° 15 and 32 his Excellency passed into Laws
in the usual Manner, and made the following Speech
Gentlemen of the Upper and Lower Houses of Assembly
I am sorry the Season is so far advanced, that you are prevented
entering into Consideration of those Subjects which I recommended
to your Attention at the Opening of the Session; I must however
hope, that their Utility will not be overlooked the first Opportunity
that presents itself to you, especially a Review of the State of the
Criminal Law, the Defects of which I so fully pointed out, on the
Address of the Lower House, this Session; a Circumstance which
flattered me with Hopes that the same would be taken into imme-
diate Consideration

Gentlemen of the Lower House
The vast Loss of Time to yourselves, and the great Expence of
Money to the Country which has accrued this Session, and the very
little Business that has been done at it, give me the greater Concern,
as I had flattered myself, that an Inspection Act would be reenacted,
from which so many Benefits had been experienced.
How it has happened that your Sentiments in respect of that

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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, 1771 to June-July, 1773
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