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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, April 1666-June 1676
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374 Assembly Proceeding's, May June 1674.

U.K.
Journal
original
p. 31

by a Member of the house That Whereas his Lordp hath by
Two Severall Instruments under his hand & [Seal] Assented
unto Eighteene & Twelve lawes in all [thirty tht] the house
Peticon his Excelencie tht he will Satisfi[e this] House Whether
the Lord Proprietarie since One [Thousand] sixe Hundred &
fifty nine hath assented to anie [more] Lawes and if he hath
then tht his Excelencie would [Inform] this house to what
Lawes his Lordship assented & Cause [his] Lops Assent to be
entered upon record & this house [do] Peticon his Excelencie
accordinglie
In Answr whereto his Excelencie Returneth tht [he know]eth
of noe lawes assented to by the Lord Proprietr but what are
mentioned in the Bodie of the Lawes & there [may] be found
Put to the Vote in the Lower house Whether Lytchington
[ought] to be Releived upon his Peticon or not & Voted ne-
cessarie tht he be releived as the house shall thinke fitte. The
house Orders him to be allowed 2000ls of tobaccoe in St M[aries]
Charles & Calvert Counties next time the Publick leavie is laid
to be borne by an Equall Assessmt upon all the Taxable persons
in this Province
Signed by Ordr
Robt Ridgely Clerke.

This House doth Concurre wth the Lower house in the vote
touching Lytchingtons Peticon & Judge it fitte tht the sd Lytch-
ington be Satisfied the Sume of tobaccoe allowed him by the
Lower house & in the Way & manner wherein they have ap-
pointed the same to be Paid Still Provided tht he have his Re-
medie at Law agt Maultby for his whole debt in such manner
as if nothing had beene allowed him upon his sd Peticon
Signed by Ordr
Rt. Boughton Clerke.

Major Brooke & Captaine Boreman brought a vote of the
Lower house tht a message be sent to this house to desire them
to Joyne two or more of their members wth the Comittee of
the Lower house to make a Comittee of both houses for the
drawing up of Lawes & other busines to be done by the votes
of both Houses The Names of the Comittee of the Lower
house are Mr Robt Carvile Cap. Philemon Lloyd Mr Thomas
Dent Cap. William Burgesse Mr Richard Woolman Mr Daniel
Clerke Mr William Berrie & Cap. Thomas Howel
This House doe thinke fitte to Resolve themselves into a
Comittee & desire tht the Lower house will give notice when
their Members will be readie
Mr Taylor & Mr Truman sent to desire the Lower house to
Consider of the dangerous Consequences wch will of necessitie
happen by this houses Condescending tht all Lawes in England



 
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