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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, March, 1707-November, 1710
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The Lower House. 87

Petitioner the lawful and rightful Heir of his said Brother
And as in Duty bound shall ever pray
The aforegoing Petition was indorsed thus Viz.

L. H. J.

By his Excellency the Governor and Council in Assembly

April 3d 1707.

This Board have received full Satisfaction to the within
Petition and recommend that a Bill be brought in according to
to the Prayer thereof. Signed p Order W Bladen Cl. Co.

Which being read and debated it's put to the Question
whether a Bill be brought in or not?

Carryed by Majority of Votes there be no Bill

Mr Lloyd's Petition again read and put to the Question
whether the Fee for Continuance be 24 or sixteen Pounds of
Tobacco? Carryed by Majority of Votes that the Fee for
Continuance in Chancery as aforesaid be charged at sixteen
Pounds Tobacco.

And Resolved That 28 Pounds of Tobacco be allowed for
an Execution as formerly.

Ordered That a, Bill be brought in for that Purpose and as
to the word (not) left out of the late Art it is recommended to
the Committee that the same be explained in the Bill.

The House adjourns till two O'Clock in the Afternoon

Post Meridiem The House met again according to Adjourn-
ment. Being called over were present as in the Morning.
And Mr Thomas Greenfield enters the House and took his
Place.

The Petition of George Harris of Prince George's County
read.

Mr Harris enters the House p Permission to speak to his
Petition and being heard what he had to say withdrew. And
the Petition being debated, it's resolved that the consideration
thereof be further referred till Tuesday next.

And ordered that notice be given to the late wife of Charles
Ridgely now called Deborah Clagett to appear here to make
her Defence.

The Petition of some Gentlemen of Talbot County for set-
tling their Court House was read and debated in the House.
It's resolved thereupon That there be Conference with some
Members of the Honble Council upon the matter in the
Petition contained as is desired.

Major Nicholas Lowe, Mr Robert Goldsborough, Mr John
Waters, Mr Hugh Eccleston, Mr Robert Skinner and Mr Roger
Woolford are appointed Conferees therein


 

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