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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, April 1666-June 1676
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Assembly Proceedings, May June 1674. 385


Whether the Vote should be Reassumed againe yea or not
Voted not to be Reassumed
Voted by this House tht the Lower house be desired to Pre-
pare an Act Touching their former Vote for 2s p hhd

5th of June Lower House Voted tht Cap. Howell & Mr
Vanheck goe to his Excelencie & Upper house & Acquaint
them tht the message about the Losse & damage of the In-
habitants in Baltemore Countie being uncertaine & the house
being informed tht some of their Stocks are retorned Conceave
Satisfacon must for those Reasons be referred to the next As-
sembly if they thinke fitte.

The House is Adjourned till 9 of the
Clock to morrow morning

On Saturday the Sixth day of June the house
met

Present the Cap. Genll Chancelor, Secretarie, Mr Truman,
Dr Wharton, Mr Taylor Colon. Utye

A Peticon Sent to this House from the Lower house Touch-
ing the Confirmacon of the Lawes wth their desire That his
Excelencie would be Pleased to send the same to the Lo. Pro-
prietary wch his Excelency readilie undertaketh
Read an Act Entituled an Act for Quieting Possessions

U. H.
Journal
original

Sent from the Lower House & After debate thereupon This
House doth Thinke th? all Omissions of the Clerkes in not
Recording &c. in the Act mentioned & of the Surveyor not
Returning Certificates &c. allreadie Past (Errors in the Quan-
titie of Land retorned onlie excepted) will be better Saved
by a Proclamacon (as hath formerlie been done) then by this
Act & tht these Omissions ought not to be Encouraged by this
Act for the future.
To the Second This House doth Thinke Covin or not Covin
is hard to be distinguished but by the Record & When the
Right Appeareth not upon record Jt ought to be Thought
Covin wch all Courts of Justice doe Abhorre To the Third
this House Knoweth not of anie Lands tht ever were Escheated
for Want of the Aforesd formalities onlie in the Pattent
To the ffourth the House doe thinke it may be better Salved
by a Proclamacon then by this Act
As to the Whole Act This House doth Consent tht it may
Remaine in the Lower House till the next Meeting of this
Assemblie
Sixth of June Lower House. The Message above being
Read Voted tht his Excelencie be desired to Jssue out such
Proclamacon Speedilie and Ordered tht the sd Act be recorded

p. 42



 
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