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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, March, 1707-November, 1710
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278 Assembly Proceedings, Nov. 29-Dec. 15, 1708.

L. H. J.

Benjamine Duffour's Petition praying to be naturalized read
with the Indorsmt thereon and Certificate of his having taken
the Oaths of Allegiance &ta Read & referred to the Committee
of Laws to prepare a Bill for that Purpose.
Read the Petition of James Heath on Behalf of the Inhabi-
tants of Cecil County praying a Town may be erected at
Bohemian Landing and referred till the next Session of
Assembly.

p. 168

The Honble Major General Lloyd, Colo
William Holland,
William Coursey and Philip Lynes Esqrs from the Council
enters the House and deliver Mr Speaker the following
Message Vizt

By his Excellency the Governor and Council in Assembly
December the 2d 1708

In Answer to your House's Request his Excellency has ap-
pointed four of the Members of this Board to join the Con-
ferees from your House immediately at Mr Freeman's on the
Subject Matter proposed.
Signed p Order W Bladen Cl. Co.

The Petition of Benjamin and Joseph Harris being read
with the Bill thereto annexed and Indorsment is referred to
the Committee of Laws for Consideration.
The Gentlemen appointed by the House to go on the Con-
ferrence are Colo
Lowe, Major Gale, Mr Robert Tyler, Mr
Robert Skinner, Mr Solomon Wright, Mr Daniel Dare and
Mr John Salter, who are ordered to withdraw thereon.
The Petition of the Inhabitants of Somerset County by the
Members of the Council in the last Message relating to the
Conferrence brought into the House being read is granted and
ordered a Bill be prepared for erecting a Town on the Sea
Board Side in Sinnipuxon Neck as prayed
Ordered That Mr Robert Ungle be added to the Committee

of Accounts

Ordered likewise That Captain Bradford acquaint Mr Hunt
and Mr Bordley that this House do not admit them as Members
till the Bill be past
He returns and says he delivered his Message
The Petition of Tobias and John Pollard with the Indors-
ment thereon being read is referred to the Committee of Laws
for their Consideration Moved on Behalf of Mr Henry Nicholls
Minister of Saint Michael's Parish in Talbot County that he
was formerly an Inhabitant of Pensylvania & imported himself
and Family and two Negroes into this Province who live with
him for which the Naval Officer demands twenty Shillings p
Poll.



 
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