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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, March, 1707-November, 1710
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The Lower House. 209


5thly That Mr James Maxwell, Mr James Phillips, Mr Richard
Colegate and Mr William Pickett are duly elected for Baltimore

County.

6thly That Mr Thomas Frisby, Mr Matthias Vanderheyden,
Mr John Ward and Mr John Hynson are duty elected for Cecil
County

7thly That Mr Hugh Eccleston, Mr Roger Woolford, Mr
Joseph Ennalls and Mr John Hudson are duly elected for
Dorchester County.
8thly That Mr John West, Mr George Gale, Mr John Frank-
lin and Mr Samuel Worthington are duly elected for Somerset
County

9thly That Mr William Frisby, Mr John Carvill, Mr Thomas
Covington and Mr Daniel Pearce are duly elected fo Kent
County.

10thly That Mr John Salter, Mr John Whittington, Mr Solomon
Wright, and Mr Philemon Hemsley are duly elected for Queen
Ann's County.

L. H. J.

That upon Inspection of the Sheriff's Return of Saint Mary's
County the Committee find there was not a due Proclamation
of a sufficient Time and Place for Election of the Delegates of
the said County: Notice being given the 30th Day of August
and the Election made the second Day of September as ap-
pears by the Indentures and Certificate Signed by divers
Complaints: besides which there are only three Indentures
returned And we further find by the Sheriff of Saint Mary's
County Certificate on the Back of the Writ for electing Dele-
gates for the City of Saint Mary's that there were no Persons
to be found according to the Tenor thereof to make any Elec-
tion of any Delegate to serve for the said City.
As to Talbot County we find the Sheriff has returned four
Indentures under his own Hand and Seal only but has not
given the Indentures under the Hands and Seals of the Electors
Which is humbly referred to the Consideration of the House.
Upon reading the Petition of some of the Inhabitants of the
City of Annapolis against the electing of Delegates to serve
for the said City this Committee humbly refer the Considera-
tion thereof to the House where the Petitioners desire to be
heard. Signed John Beale Clk.

Which Report being read in the House, Ordered that Part
thereof relating to the City of Annapolis be referred till to
Morrow Morning Nine O'Clock and the following Order be
sent to the Mayor, Recorder and Aldermen thereof

p. 325

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