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

U. H.
Journal
1659-98

3. Provided also that all Ordinary Keepers where any County
Courts are kept and Ordinary Keepers in any the Corporations
within this Province shall have Executions for such Debts as
are by this Act allowed to Daniel Jenifer or any other Ordi-
nary Keeper in the City of St Marys as well as upon the
4. Limitted as afd
5. Provided always that no Ordinary Keeper within this Pro-
vince shall at any time charge anything to Account for Bowles
of Punch or any other Quantity of mixed Drink but shall only
sell the several Ingredients to the said Mixture according to
the Rates before in this Act ascertained and allowed upon
pain of 500lb tobo for each Offence Committed over and above
the full Value of the punch or other mixt Liquors so Charged
to Account
Sent Mr Chew to acquaint the Lower House therewith

Adjourned the House till nine of the Clock to Morrow
Morning

Tuesday 18th April 1671

The House mett Present The honourable the Chancellour
Col Calvert Mf Brookes & Mr Chew

The Lower House by Mr Weicks & Mr Hamilton sent to
this House
The Act for Ordinarys &ca Which being read, This House
desired that Lyme at 5sh p gall. Nutmeggs at 2d apiece Vine-
gar at 2s. 6d p Gallon be inserted into this Bill

p. 203

And desired Col Calvert & Mr Chew to acquaint the Lower
House therewith
Then the Lower House Sent the said Act Assented to by
their House

The House Adjourned till two of the Clock in the Afternoon

The House met again Present as in the Morning
The Governour and Secretary

Then read the Act for settling the Rates & Prices of Wines
&c. and upon the Question put Resolved that the said Act do
pass
This House desired Col Calvert to acquaint the Lower House
therewith & to know whither they had any other Witnesses to
Examine against Mr Tilghman or whither they would prosecute
their Charge Exhibited against him
Upon the Petition of Robert Carvile Clk of the Lower
House of Assembly for ascertaining his fees Ordered that
the Clerk of the Lower House have 200lb of tobo for every
Naturalization & the Door Keeper of the said House 50lb of



 
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