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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, April 1666-June 1676
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384 Assembly Proceedings, May June 1674.

U. H.

Journal
original

Ordered tht the Lower house be Requested to send some
Answr to the Returne made by the Upper house to a Vote
sent in here touching the Continuance of the 2s p hhd to the
Cap. Genll during his naturall Life & the Secretarie desired to
make the sf Request who goeth forth accordinglie

Sent hither a Peticon from the Lower house Exhibited to
them by William Thomas & Elizabeth his Wife & Voted by
them to Peticon his Excelencie tht the st William Thomas may
have a License to Import into this Province out of Virginia as
manie horses mares or Colts not exceeding Sixe in number
Provided he Import them by the Twentie fifth of December
next Jt being a Portion given the st Elizabeth by her father &
this House Peticons his Excelencie accordinglie
Signed by Ordr
Robt Ridgely Clerke.

This house Concurreth in the graunt of the st Peticon of Wm
Thomas

The House is Adjourned till 2. of the Clock
in the Afternoone.

p. 41

The House met in the Afternoone Present the Cap. Genll
Chancelr Secretarie, Mr Truman Dr Wh[arton] Mr Taylor,
Colon. Utye.

The following Vote of the Lower House sent [to this] House
by Mr Robt Carvile vizt Vot[ed by this House] tht the Grand
Juries tht are Sumoned [Twice a Year out] of the Bodie of the
Province shall [be Allowed each] Court 2000ls of Tobaccoe
for their [Expences and no] more & tht everie Countie Leavie
400ls [of Tobaccoe eve]rie yeare to be Paid to the Ordinarie
[keeper that enter] taines them & tht this Vote be sent to [the
Upper house to] desire their Concurrence therein & if [they
do Concurre] herein then tht his Excelencie would Iss[ue Pro-
clamacon] accordingly to the Respective Counties.
This House doth Concurre wth the Lower [House in the
said] Vote.
Voted tht the Lower House be desired to Consider of [the]
greate Losse the ffrontier Inhabitants of Baltemore County
have Sustained by the Jndians Latelie Coming downe to their
Plantacons & destroying their Stocks & tht some Releife be
made for the sd Losse & damage.
Put to the Vote in the Lower House Whether the Allowance
for Tobaccoe Lost or Taken shall now Take place or after the
Lord Proprietaries death yea or not? Voted That it now Take
Place Otherwise noe Act to Passe. Put to the Vote there



 
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