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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, April 1666-June 1676
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422 Assembly Proceedings, February 1674/5.

U. H.
Journal
1659-98

Calvert County

Major Thomas Brooks
Mr Richard Hall
Mr William Berry


Charles County

Mr Henry Addams Sick
Mr Jgnatius Causeen
Mr Iohn Bowles


Baltimore County

Capt Thomas Todd
Capt George Wells


Talbot County

Mr Richd Woolman
Capt Philemon LLoyd sick
Mr Ios: Weekes
Mr Wm Hambleton


Somerset County

Capt Paul Marsh
Mr Roger Woolford


Dorchester County

Mr Henry Trippe
Mr William Ford


Cecil County

Mr Henry Ward
Mr Abraham Wild

p. 378

His Excellency the Capt General having Declared the Rea-
sons of this Sessions Desired them to repair to their own house
and Betake themselves to the Business for which they were
Chiefly called together.
Mr Thomas Notley is Continued Speaker to the Lower house
of Assembly
Richard Boughton is Continued Clerk to the Upper house,
and Robert Ridgley to the Lower house.

The house is Adjourned till one a Clock in the Afternoon.

The house mett present as in the Morning.
Lower house of Assembly 12th February 1674

This house taking into their Consideration that there is no
return to this house of the Burgesses Names for Cecil County,
Whereby they cannot for want of them make an Order for
Selling the house, and a Member of this house and Mr Charles
Iames Coroner for Cecil County having informed this house,
that Mr Iohn Vanhe.sk Mr Henry Wild Mr Abraham Wilde &
Mr Thomas Salmon were Elected Burgesses for the said County,
and Since that it cannot be a general Assembly and the Names
of one County Totally omitted in the Journal of this house,
Ordered that Major Brooks and My Dent attend his Excellency
and Upper house & desire to know of his Excellency. Whether
the aforesaid Names do agree with his Excellencies Letter
from the Sheriff of the County, Jf they do, then that his Ex-
cellency would Satisfie this house therein and further to desire
his Excellency that if in Case he shall not think the said Per-



 

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