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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, March, 1707-November, 1710
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208 Assembly Proceedings, Sept. 27-Oct. 4, 1708.

L. H. J.

Mr Vanderheyden Naval Officer in Cecil County produces
his Accounts, and ordered Mr Hudson and Mr Worthington
attend him to see him sworn to them before the Governor and
Council.
The PetitionsofRobertGivan, Samuel Norwood and William
Seward being referred from last Session of Assembly to this
are further referred till the Petitioners move therein. The
House adjourns till two O'Clock in the Afternoon

Thursday Afternoon The House met according to Ad-
journment
Mr Hudson and Mr Worthington acquaint Mr Speaker and
the House they delivered their Message of the Morning and
have seen Mr Vanderheyden sworn to his Naval Officers

Accounts.

Her Majesty's Proclamation and the Act relating to Foreign
Coins &ta referred till to Morrow Morning. The matter re-
lating to the Prison referred from last Session of Assembly to
this being considered by the House. Ordered That Colo
Lowe,
Mr Woolford, Mr Hudson and Mr Covington go to the Prison
and see whether the Deficiency of the Prison be made good
and that the Sheriff of Ann Arundel County attend them and
shew the Rooms of the said Prison: And the said Gentlemen
withdrew accordingly; and having viewed the same, return to
the House and acquaint Mr Speaker and the House that the
Deficiency were not wholly made good according to the Order
of the House' last Session of Assembly; and Mr Bladen being
present in the House makes his Excuse that he could not finish
it for want of Oak Plank but if the House please to consent
that it may be done with Pine Plank instead of Oak, he promises
to perform and finish it by all convenient Speed. To which
the House concurs.
The Committee of Election and Privileges enter the House
& make Reports as followeth
Ist That they have examined the Indentures for Charles
County and that Mr James Smallwood, Mr John Beale, Mr Wil-
liam Herbert, and Mr William Stone are duly elected.
2d That Colo
Walter Smith, Captain John Mackall, Mr
Robert Skinner, and Mr Nathaniel Dare are duly elected for
Calvert County.
3dly That Mr Robert Bradley, Thomas Brooke Esqr Mr John
Bradford and Mr Robert Tyler are duly elected for Prince
George's County.
4thly That Mr Charles Greenberry, Mr Richard Jones, Mr
Joseph Hill & Mr Danl Mariartee are duly elected for Ann
Arundel County



 
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