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Proceedings of the Council of Maryland, 1667-1687/8
Volume 5, Page 32   View pdf image (33K)
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32 Proceedings of the Council of Maryland, 1667-75.

Liber H. H.

point att Randall Revells in Somersett County And I wth the
advice of the said Councell Doe hereby further Ordaine &
Declare That noe Masters of shipps boates & other vessells
w'soeur coming hither for mrchandizing or trade & all other
mrchts or other psons wtsoeur tht shall bring in to this pvince any
goods or mrfchandizes wtsoeur to sell Barter for or trade with
any the inhabitts within this pvince shall from & after the
twentyeth day of Augt next Discharge or vnlade any goods or
mrchandices wJsoeur or thm sell or expose to sale at any other
port Harbor creeke or att any other place or places wthin this
pvince Save only at the sd seurall & respectiue place or places
above in this Ordinance & Declaracon menconed & expressed
vpon the penalty of suffering one whole yeares ImprisonV with-
out bayle or Maynprize any law vsage or custome to the con-
trary notwthstanding & if any Mr of shipps boates or other
vessells mrcht or other pson or psons wtsoeur shall sell to any
Inhabit of this pvince any goods or mrchandizes wtsoeur other-
wise then in this Ordinance or Declaracon is expressed tht the
inhabitant or inhabitnts soe buying the same may at his or their
Elleccon refuse or Deny paymt for the same & the ptye so
selling the same shall not have agt the buyer any accon of Debt
Accot Trespas vpon the case or any other accon whoever in
any of his lops Court wtsoeur wthin this pvince but shalbe uttly
bard therefrom And all and every other person and persons
whatsoever are hereby strictly required and commanded to
Yeild their due Obedience vnto this Ordinance Edict and
Declaracon as they will avoyd the paines herein expressed
menconed and Declared Given vnder the Greate Seale of the
said Province of Maryland this fifth day of June in the six and
thirtyeth yeare of the Dominion of Ceecilius &c over the said
Province annoq domini One thousand six hundred sixty Eight
Charles Calvert

p. 302

Charles Calvert esqr Capt genll of all the forces wthin this
province of Maryland vndr the Rt hon: Caecilius Lord Balte-
more absolute Lord & Propry thereof To Leivt Pet. Bawcombe
greeting According to the power to me by his said lo'p
Comitted & vpon the Speciall trust & confidence I have in your
fidelity circumpeccon courage & good conduct I doe hereby
constitute ordayne & appoint you leivtennt vnder Capt Rich.
Lee of all the forces that at pnt are vndr his comand or wch
hereafter shalbe raised or listed vnder his comand to march in
any expedicon at pnt intended in Talbott County or wch here-
after shalbe intended agl any Indians tht are or shalbe declared
held knowne or reputed enemies to the inhabitnts of this pvince
wch forces aboue menconed you are hereby required to Muster
exercise & traine vp in the art of Warr & in Military Discipline

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