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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, October 1773 to April 1774
Volume 64, Page 337   View pdf image (33K)
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The Lower House. 337


Wright, be a Committee to enquire into the Expenditure of the
Money granted for building a Court House and Prison in the
Town of Baltimore in Baltimore County, and make Report thereof
to the House.
The Order of the Day for taking into Consideration the Variation
of the Compass, &c. being read the same is referred for Considera-
tion till next Session of Assembly.
The Petition of sundry Inhabitants of Kent County, respecting
the Variation of the Compass, was read the second Time, and the
Question was put, tht the said Petition be now granted ? Carried in
the Negative.

L. H. J.
Liber 54
Apr. 13


For the Negative



Bond,

Waters,

T. Wright,


Key,

Ridgely,

So. Wright,


Barnes,

Tolly,

Purnell,


Worthington,

Deye,

Robins,


Johnson,

Ridgely Son of

Griffith,


Chase,

John,

Funk,


J. Hall.

Chamberlaine,

Beatty,


Hammond,

Thomas,

Bond Son of

Tho.

Lyles,

Tyler,

Dallam,


Somervell,

Sim,

Love.


Parran,

Contee,



Hawkins,

Beall,


[33]


For the Affirmative.



Maxwell,

Steele,

Gilpin,


Ringgold,

Earle,

Ward.


Paca,

Veazy,



Weems,

Hyland,


[10]

Ordered, That the said Petition be referred till next Session of
Assembly.

M.r Waters brings in and delivers to M.r Speaker a Bill, entitled,
A Supplement to the Act to unite the Free-Schools of Somerset and
Worcester Counties. Which was read the first and second Time
by an especial Order and will pass.

The Bill, entitled, An Act empowering the Justices of Calvert
County, to levy on the taxable Persons of Christ Church Parish in
the said County, a Quantity of Tobacco therein mentioned, for the
Purpose of finishing and compleating their Parish Church, was read
the second Time and will pass.

The said two Bills were sent to the Upper House, with the in-
grossed Bills, N.o 7, 8, 9, and the Paper Bills thereof, by M.r Robins
and M.r Somervell.


 

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