to comand any members of this house that may give any
further light therein they shall be ready to attend your Excy
when your Excy shall see convenient.
Signed p Order
W Taylard Clk. house of Delegates.
And sent up to his Excy and Councill with an old Booke of
Laws and Iournall of the Councill of Governour Copleys time
with directions to shew to the Councill what scrutiny is made &c
The Comittee of Laws enters the house and Presents Mr
Speaker with the follow8 Bills &c
Bill for Conveying Iurours to the Provll Court from the
Bill for Releife of Kent and Calvt Coutys
Bill for Needles about Mann's Testamt
Ordered they be read in the afternoone.
The house adjournes till one a Clock in the afternoon.
Post Mered. The house mett againe, according to adjourn-
ment, And being called over, Were prsent as in the morning.
Mr Phillo Loyd and George Muschamp Esqr say they Deliv-
ered the Message of the morning.
A Bill for confirmeing a certaine wrighteing to be the last
Will and Testt of Edward Mann. Read the 1st & 2d time and
A Bill for Releife of Kent and Calvert Cotys Read 1 & 2d
time & doe pass.
Bill for Conveying Iurors to Provll Courts from the Eastern
Read the first and second time and comitted for amend-
ment (that the Sherrife have but fower hundred pounds of
tobbo) and that the jury men of the Westerne Shoare shall
have free passage over fferrys at the charge of the publick.
Leiut Collo Thos Smith brought into the house.
A Bill prohibiting Horce races on Saturdays.
Read the first time and comitted for Amendmt
The Peticon of Richard Bishop Junior of Talbott County
being hear read and considered, The petr is referred to com
Law for Releife.
Thos Brooke Esqr and Collo Edward Loyd from his Matys
honble Councill enters the house and delivers Mr Speaker the
follo Bills and Ordenances, vizt
A Bill for naturalization of Hermanus Schee and others.
Read the first and 2d time and doe pass.
And Likewise an Ordnance relateing to Sailors, wch being
read the house concurrs therewith and Ordered it be entred
as followeth vizt