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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, 1693-1697
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Assembly Proceedings, April 30-May 14, 1696. 303

Voted and Resolved that this Province is not in any Capa-
city to Comply with the Proposalls or settle any such Fee
upon such Muster Master or Agitant being already far
Ingaged in vast Sums of money and Tobacco
21 Proposall relating to Money received upon furrs
Voted and Resolved that the said Money be kept in Bank
22 Proposall about laying the Leavy
Voted according to Proposall if the Levy shall be so laid &
Rejected nemine Contradicente
23 Proposall about Marriages by Romish Priests
Resolved that the Laws have Sufficiently Provided there-
fore
24 About the Division of Somerset County
The house are since informed that the said Inhabitants are
Agreed and Built their Court House and that they desire no
such Division
25 Relating to the Committees Report touching the
account of the Is p hhd
Resolved that the said Report be laid before the House
26 To discourse Colo Herman whether the State House
will be Covered before the Winter &c.
Referred till Colo Herman appear in the House and in Case
he does not take Care to do the same Ordered the Overseers
of the Publick Work take Care to see the same secured

U. H. J.

27 Proposall for a Thanksgiving day for the Prosperous
Success of his Majestys Arms
This house humbly desire his Excellency will appoint a day
therefore
Ordered that proclamation issue out accordingly and
Thursday next be set Aside to be duly Observed and kept by
all Persons residing in this Port & that day month after by
the rest of the Counties within this province
Hen Denton Clk Concil.

Severall Proposalls relating to the Encouraging and
Advancing the Port of Annapolis
This House are of Opinion that if his Excellency please to
Grant a Charter unto the Port of Annapolis he may thereby
Grant unto the Inhabitants thereof all reasonable Priviledges
and Immunities as to his Excellency shall seem fit as to the
Assessing the Conduit at the Publick Charge this House
think the Charge thereof so Inconsiderable that if the Inhabi-
tants of this port have a mind to have such Conduit built they
may easily contribute and provide for the same
As to the Land to be set Aside for the public Builders this
House Concurs with his Excellencys proposalls and are will-
ing that Major Dorsey if any the said Land falls within his

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