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Proceedings of the Council of Maryland, 1698-1731
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        Proceedings of the Council of Maryland, 1704.     179

  

               Thursday August 24th 1704       Lib. C. B.

           The Councill Sate present as yesterday. p 4

  

     Produced and read the Lords of Trade &c. Letter of the

   16th of ffebry & Seventeenth of March 1703/4 with the Earle

   of Nottinghams Letter to his Excellency of the 23d of ffebry

   1703/4. Whereby her Majesty gives Leave to Trade with

   the Subjects of Spaine. Saving Arms & Amunition.

     Her Majestys Letter of the 29th of Febry 1703/4 Directing

   his Excellencys Care in the Disposition of Prizes and Secur

   ing the Lord High Admiralls Dues.

     The prince of Denmarke Lord High Admiralls Order of

   the 4th of March to the Governour to give Certificates of the

   Treaty with Algier by Rear Admie Bing to all Shipps Built

   here.

     Produced and read a Letter to his Exncy the Governour from

   the Rector of her Majestys Colledge of William and Mary

   in Virginia together with the Comissioners of the Customs

   Letter to the Governour of Virginia upon the Said Colledges

   Complaint desireing his Excellency to quicken the Collectors p. 15

   in making up their Accounts of the one Penny p pound on

   Tobacco and to take Bond from the Said Collectors to the

   Colledge for their Answering the. The Board do Say they

   do think the Collectors have already given Bonds Sufficient

   to Answer the said Duty.

     It being represented that her Majesty has a mann of War

   at New York wch is Shortly bound for Europe. It is proposed

   that in Case the Said Mann of Warr Should call at the Capes

   of Virginia Whether the Merchant Shipp in this Province

   bound for Europe Should not be Admitted to Sayle under

   her Convoy And Advised and resolved that they be so

   so Admitted to Sayle.

     Resolved that this Board do consider before the Sitting of

   the Next Assembly and Advise his Excellency what is fitting

   to be Proposed to their Consideration, beside what already is

   reffered to them Memdm His Excellency Coll Nicholson the

   Governr of Virginia gave Bills for thirty pounds which were

   lodged in the honrble Col John Hamonds hands for the Use of

   the Church at Annapolis

  

  

  

                 October the 18th 1704.

     Att a Meeting of his Excellency the Governour with Coll

   John Hamond and as many of the Members of the house of

   Delegates as were in Towne and could be gott together to

   witt Coll William Dent Mr Elias King Mr Thomas Greenfeild

   Mr Samuel Young Mr Robert Gouldesborough Mr Henry

  



 
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