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His LORDSHIP in PERSON.
1682.
CHAP. XIV.
An Act for Naturalization of William Blakenstein, of St. Mary's County.  Lib.
    WH. fol. 203.  PR.
Passed 17th
Nov. 1682.
CHAP. XV.
An Act for Naturalization of Rowland Mans of Baltimore County.  Lib. WH.
    fol. 203.  PR.
Ditto.
At a Session of ASSEMBLY, begun and holden at
    The Ridge, in Ann-Arundel County, on Tuesday
    the 2d October, in the 8th Year of the Dominion of 
    CHARLES, &c.  Annoq; Domini 1683, and ended
    Tuesday the 6th November following, were Enacted
    the following Laws.
His LORDSHIP in PERSON
CHAP. I.
An Act for Naturalizing John Cosins, Peter Maise de Moisne, and Andrew
    Matson.  PR.
Passed 6th of
Nov. 1683.
CHAP. II.
An Act limiting the Extent of Attachments, and providing what shall be levied on
    Attachments and Executions.  Lib. WH. fol. 248.  EXP.
     To Endure 3 Years, or to the End of the nest Session, &c.  Continued 1684, ch. 6.  1686,
            ch. 3. and 1688, ch. 2. A new Law 1692, ch. 62.
Ditto.
 
 
 
 
CHAP. III.
An Act for regulating the Tares and Abuses of Tobacco Hogsheads.  Lib. WH.
    fol. 247.  EXP.
    To Endure 3 Years, or to the End of the nest Session, &c.  Continued 1684, ch. 6.  1686,
            ch. 3. and 1688, ch. 2. 
CHAP. IV.
An Act for Naturalizing Andrew Poulson, alias Mullock, Simon Johnson,
    Peter Anleton, and Matthias Peterson, and their Children.  PR.
Ditto.
CHAP. V.
An Act for Advancement of Trade.  Lib. WH. fol. 250.
    N.B.  This being the first Attempt to establish Towns, Ports and Places of Trade, within
the Province; and the Property gained under this and the supplementary, and other subsequent
Acts to the same End (though repealed or dissented to) being confirmed by the Act of 1715,
ch. 32, the following Abstract of it is given.
    (1.)  From and after the 8th August 1685, the Towns, Ports and Places hereafter mentioned,
shall be the Ports and Places where all Ships and Vessels, trading into this province, shall unlade,
and put on Shore, and sell, barter and traffic away, all Goods, &c. imported into this Province.
And all Tobacco, Goods, &c. of the Growth, Production or Manufacture of this Province,
intended to be sold here, or exported, shall be for that Intent brought to the said ports and
Places, viz.
     St. Mary's County, at     The City of St. Mary's.
                                                Britton's Bay, at John Bailey's, or Taunt's
                                                The Indian Town
                                                Choptico, his Lordship's Manor.
     Kent County, at               Shipping, alias Coxe's Creek.
                                                New-Yarmouth, in Grey's-Inn Creek.
    Ann-Arundel County, at The Town, at Proctor's.
                                                South River, on Col. Burgess his Land.
                                                Herring-Creek, on the Town Land.
   Calvert County, at            St. Leonard's Creek, on Richard Smith's Land.
                                                Rolling-Point, on his Lordship's Manor.
                                                * John Bowling's Land, near Gaunt's Land.
                                                Warrington on the Clifts, Town Land.
  Charles County,                On Digges his Purchase, in Wiccocomico River, formerly Fendall's, on
                                                    the Creek.
                                                On the Church Land, on the East Side Port-Tobacco Creek, near the
                                                     Mouth of the Creek.
                                                On Stump-Neck, near Climyomixon, on Mr. Reddish his Land.
Ditto.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

* Discharged
from being a 
Town by
1684, ch. 2.
§. 2.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 



 
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