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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, October 1773 to April 1774
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336 Assembly Proceedings, March 23-April 19, 1774.

L. H. J.
Liber 54
Apr. 12

For the Negative.

Johnson, Paca,
Chase, T. Wright. [4]

The said Bill was sent to the Upper House by M.r J. Hall and
M.r Earle.
The Order of the Day, for taking into Consideration the Petition
of sundry Inhabitants of St. Mary's, Charles, Calvert, and Prince-
George's Counties, which was referred from the 21.st of March last
to this Day, being read, the Question was put, that the said Petition
be granted, so far as to unite the said Schools of Saint Mary's,
Charles, and Prince-Georges? Resolved in the Affirmative. Or-
dered, that M.r Bond, M.r Key, M.r Barnes, M.r Reeder, M.r Beall,
M.r Tyler, M.r Sim, M.r Contee, M.r Hawkins, and M.r Johnson, do
prepare and bring in a Bill for that Purpose.
M.r Reeder hath Leave of Absence.
The House adjourns till To-morrow Morning 9 O'Clock.

Apr. 13

Wednesday, April 13, 1774.
The House met.
All Members present as on Yesterday except M.r Ennalls, M.r
Smallwood, and M.r Reeder.
The Proceedings of Yesterday were read.
M.r Hammond brings in and delivers to M.r Speaker the follow-
ing Report.
By the Committee appointed to enquire into the Facts set forth in
the Petition of Lazarus Pumphrey.
Your Commitee, in Pursuance of the Order of the Honourable
House, have enquired into the Facts contained in the said Petition,
and do find them to be true.
Signed by Order, Benjamin Ford, Cl. Com.

Which was read. And the Petition of Lazarus Pumphrey was
read and granted, and Leave given to the Petitioner to bring in a
Bill pursuant to the Prayer thereof.
M.r Robins brings in and delivers to M.r Speaker a Bill, entitled,
An Act to empower the Justices of Somerset and Worcester Coun-
ties, to levy on the taxable Inhabitants of Coventry Parish in said
Counties, the Quantity of Thirty-two Thousand Pounds of Tobacco,

p. 364

for the Uses therein mentioned. Which was read the first Time and
ordered to lie on the Table.
On Motion, Ordered, That M.r Ridgely, M.r Deye, M.r Tolly,
M.r Ridgely Son of John, M.r J. Hall, M.r Sim, and M.r So.



 
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