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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, October 1678-November 1683
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314 Assembly Proceedings, AprilMay 1682.

U. H. Journal
1659-98

An Act Limiting the Expences of the Commrs of the County
Courts of this Province
An Act for the Encouragement of Tillage and raising Pro-
visions for Advancemt of Trade within this Province
An Act for the Encouragement of making Linnen & Woollen
Cloth within this Province
An Act for the Encouragement of Sowing and making
Hemp & flax within this Province
An Act for Naturalization of Jacob Looton of St Maries
County—
An Act for Naturalization of Mathew Eareckson and Alberf
Johnson
An Act for Naturalization of John Alward—
An Act for payment and Assessing the Publick Charge of
this Province
An Act for reviving the Temporary Laws of this Province—
To all which foregoing Bills his Lordship Signified his
Assent in these words his Lordship Willeth these to be Laws
C: Baltimore
They then passed the Seal and were Signed by the honour-
able the Chancellor in Manner following Vizt

p. 434

Published under the great Seal this 13th May 1682
Philip Calvert Chancellor

His Lordship acquaints both houses that he had made
Choice of Coll Henry Coursey and Coll. Philemon LLoyd
Agents to Negotiate the Northern Indian Affair—
His Lordship also makes known that his honour & Governmt
had lately received some Aspersions from the Malicious evill
Reports of some Disaffected Persons, which as his Lordship
very well knew to be most Notoriously false so he likewise was
Sensible it might appear to the Inhabitants of this his Province,
and had therefore caused to be drawn up a Declaration in
Vindication of himself his honour and Governmt from those
Aspersions in the Eys of the world whereunto he desired the
Subscriptions of those then present
The Speaker humbly moves to know whether his Lordship
did Propose it to them as particular private persons or as a
Lower house of Assembly, for if as a Lower house he con-
ceived their house must be first Consulted before they could do
any thing therein—
In Answer whereunto his Lordship Prorogued the Assembly
till the Second Tuesday in October being the Tenth Day, And
Commanded his Chancellor then to pronounce and Publish the
said Prorogation which accordingly he did—
And the Assembly was Prorogued till the Tenth Day of
October 1682
p. Iohn LLewellin Clk



 
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