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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly January 1637/8-September 1664
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562 Index to Miscellaneous Business.

Court proceedings, case of Spinke vs.
Barber, 509 to 521.

D
Debts, 364.
Declaration of Cecilius, Lord Baltimore,
262, 321, 420.
of Inhabitants of Anne Arun-
del County, 427.
Defamation of character, case of Spinke
vs. Barber, 509 to 521.
Depositions Edward Clarke, 520.
Lt. William Evans, 227.
Nicholas Gwyther, 532.
German Gillett, 517.
Walter Hall, 521.
John Hatch, 230.
Henry Hyde, 517.
Daniel Jenifer, 532.
John Jerome, 516.
Peter Mills, 517.
Walter Pakes, 226.
Mark Pheypo, 227.
Capt. John Price, 226
William Whittle, 227.
Doorkeeper of Upper House, 427.
Doorkeeper's oath, 427.
Drunkenness and swearing, Thos. Hills
accused of, 404.

E

Evidence of those of tender conscience,

437-
Examination of chief councellor of the

Susquehannas, 471.

F

Fees due sheriff, 512.
Felony, 512.
Freemen, right to depart the province,
173, 174, 180.
to choose burgesses, 27, 87, 88,
127, 128.
to pay burgesses' expenses, 27.
whether having given proxies
might be arrested, 8.

G

Governor demands to be exempted from
the levy, 173.
Governor's speech to burgesses, 209.

I
Indians, march against, 130.

J

Juries, Grand, to be empanelled every
quarter, 438.
Jury, charge to, 521.
in case of Spinke vs. Barber, 521.

K

Kent, Isle of, expedition to, 13.

L

Laws, committee appointed to prepare, 10.
how long to continue, 177, 178, 179.
Lieuten't General to assent to, in
Lord Proprietor's name, 31.
of 1646, burgesses' protest against,
220.
of 1646, Governor's proclamation
about, 221.
prepared by committee, read, 11, 14,

15.
sent by Lord Proprietor, read, 6, 7,

9, 11.
sent by Lord Proprietor, read and
enacted, 275, 276, 278.
to be furnished every county, 405.
what, should govern the province,

9.
Letter from Cecilius, Lord Baltimore, to
Leonard Calvert, 31.
Letter from Cecilius Calvert, Lord Balti-
more, 1651, 327.
Levy for 1648, 231, 238.
of 1660, burgesses ask an account of,

399-
Lower House, 274.
has no power to expel a
member, 277.
reasons in favor of the act
for secretaries' fees, 483.
sent for by Upper House,
279, 285.
to Upper House, message,
383, 388, 523.
see Upper House.

N
Naturalization, 461, 462.

O

Oath of secrecy, 277.
Order for levying corn, 229.

P

Parliament, privilege of, 12, 13, 14.
Persons indicted for mutiny and sedition
in Charles County, 402, 403.



 

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