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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, March, 1707-November, 1710
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The Lower House. 415


Ordered they be laid aside and read in the Morning
The House adjourns till to Morrow Morning Nine O'Clock

Friday October 2 8th 1709

The House met according to Adjournment, and being called
over were all present as Yesterday. Read what was done
Yesterday

The Petition of Joseph Hill recommended by the Honble
Council was here read and referred to the Committee of Ac-
counts to make Inspection into the Journals concerning the
Prayer of the Petitioner and report the same to the House with
all convenient Speed
The Petition of Mr Thomas Macnemara likewise recom-
mended by the Council was here read and debated in the House.
Resolved it be recommended to the Committee of Laws to
inspect the late Act relating to Attorneys at Law &ta and
report to the House their Sense upon the Prayer of the
Petitioner
The Petition of Robert Dixon and Peter Harwood being
Read the Consideration whereof is referred to the next Session
of Assembly

L. H. J.
Lib. 41.

Mr Hugh Eccleston and Mr Walter Cambell Members for
Dorchester County enters the House
Ordered That Mr Thomas Bordley and Capt Crabb go with
them up to the Honble Council to see them qualified. They
return and say they saw them qualified by taking the Oaths &ta
Resolved That Mr Thomas Bordley be joined to the Com-
mittee of Accounts
Petition of Samuel Meek read and recommended to the
Committee of Accounts for an Allowance.
Petition of Mr John Rousby sent down from the Honble
Council with Indorsment was here read.
Resolved That the said Mr Rousby be required to give a
particular Account of the Service he has done the Country,
and this House, will further consider of the Prayer of the
Petitioner
Committee for Election and Privileges enter the House and
reports That Mr Hugh Eccleston and Mr Walter Cambell were
duly elected to serve for Dorchester County according to Law.
And thereupon they took their Places
Petition of Richard Young Gatekeeper ordered to be read
and entered as follows

p. 218



 
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