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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, April 1666-June 1676
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240 Assembly Proceedings, March April 1671.

U. H.
journal
1659-98

House in this present General Assembly The Orders Votes
and Proceedings of the said House You shall faithfully record
true Copys of the same You shall when required give, You
shall delay no Business in the said House for Fear, Favour, or
Affection, & in all this You shall to your best Cunning Skill &
Knowledge well behave yourself as Clerk of the said House
So help You God and by the Contents of this Book was
accordingly sworn

The House Adjourned till to morrow Morning at nine of
the Clock

Tuesday 28th March

The House met Present as before and Baker Brooke Esqr
Adjourned this House till two of the Clock in the Afternoon

And then the aforesd? persons accordingly met and received
a message from the Lower House Which was their desire to
know whither the Deputys of Calvert County or the Deputys
of Ann Arundel County ought to take place
Upon Examination whereof
This House were of Opinion that the Deputys of Ann
Arundel Coty ought to have the Precedency and sent the hon-
ourable the Secretary to satisfy them in that particular with
the Records of their Commissions Constituting their County
Courts
And afterwards this House sent Mr Brookes and Mr True-
man to the Lower House for their further Satisfaction therein
The Lower House Sent another Message to this House
which follows in these Words Viz. 28th March 1671 This
House being informed that Several Gentlemen by the several
Countys Elected to serve as Delegates and Deputys for this
present Gen! Assembly have not appeared not being for that
purpose Summoned by Writt as others were, And this House
taking the same into their serious Debate and Consideration

Ordered that Mr Daniel Clark Mr Richard Woolman Capt
Thomas Howell and Capt Wm Burgess do attend his Honour

p. 172

the Governour and Upper House of Assembly with this Order
and the Votes of this House in relation to that Matter Viz
That this House having reassumed the Debate concerning the
Writts sent for summoning several of the Burgesses Delegates
& Deputys Elected by the Freemen of this Province to serve
in the present General Assembly and being informed that
several of the Countys according to the Writts of the Sherriffs
of the several Countys Ordering and impowering the Freemen
of the said Countys to Elect and make choice of the said Dele-
gates and Deputys of this House Which said Delegates &



 
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