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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, 1693-1697
Volume 19, Page 588   View pdf image (33K)
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588 Assembly Proceedings, May 26-June 11, 1697.

L. H. J.

Treasury being 154lb 5s 3d and pay the same to such persons
as shall be lawfully Authorized to receive the same which
shall discharge such Treasurers.
Major Hamond and Major Dent sent to his Matys: honble
Councill with a certain Bill, read and assented to by the house
for the payment of 154lbs 5s 3 1/2d according to the resolve of
this house.
They are also ordered to acquaint his Excy that this house is
ready to attend him in order to compleate this sessions.
Major Hamond and Major Dent returne to the house and
say that they have delivered their Message and bring downe
the Bill last sent up to the Councill assented to by that honble
board, and acquainted the house that his Excy is ready to
Receive them in the Councill Chamber.
Whereupon Mr Speaker and the members of this house go
up to his Excy the Govr and being admitted.
Mr Speaker presents to his Excy the following Bills for his
assent, Viz: An Act confirming Titles of Land given to the
use of churches &c:
An additionall Act to an Act of Assembly Entitled an Act
for speedy Justice for small debts.
An Act acertaining how and when execution shall be
granted for publick officers ffees.
An Act Impowering Mrs Herman to sell a Lot in this porte.
An Act Impowering the Comissioners of Each respective
county to purchase Lands for the use of their Courts.
An Act directing and appointing to what use the severall
Rooms in the Stadt house in the Towne or porte of Annapolis
shall be appointed.
An Act for Reformation of Jeofailes in Maryland.
An Act for Quieting the differences arrising between the
Indians and English in private Controversies.
An Act for the naturalization of Stephen Francis an Italian
and George Slacombe a German borne.
An Act acertaining what shall be the Sherriffes duty in and
upon returns by them made for publicke dues and officers
ffees.
An Act for apportioning the publicke Levy.
An Act for payment of 154lb 5s 3 1/2d
To which his Excy was pleased on his Matys behalfe to
assent to and the same were Sealed with the Broad Seale of
this province.
Also Mr Speaker presented to his Excy these severall
addresses, Viz:
An Address about the Bounds of this province.
An Address relating to the acts of Trade and navigation
being put in Execution.



 
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