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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, March, 1707-November, 1710
Volume 27, Page 89   View pdf image (33K)
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The Lower House. 89


diately to confer with the members appointed by your House
to hold the Conference about the Court House in Talbot
County where the Conferees think fit
Signed p Order W Bladen Cl. Co.

Which being read it is ordered by the House That the Gen-
tlemen appointed last night to attend, withdraw upon that
Conference
Ordered the Report of the Committee relating to the late Dis-
turbances be annext to the Journal. Upon reading his Excel-
lency's Speech relating to the Act for Towns, and the Bill
against Clarke; It is resolved this House will prepare a Mes-
sage in Answer thereto
Proposed by a Member whether it be not for the Conveniency
of this Province to prohibit the Exportation of old Iron and
Hides? Resolved it is highly necessary. And Ordered a Bill
be brought in for that Purpose.
Bill for preventing the Exportation of Tobacco before the
Duties payable be paid Indorsed 4th April 1707. Read again
with Amendment and do pass
Sent up by Mr William Watts and Mr Thomas Howe for
their Honrs Concurrence
They return and say they delivered the Bill.
Bill to prevent the Abuse in opening Letters and Packets
&'a Indorsed Read the third Time with a Clause inserted and
do pass.
Bill for removing the Body of Thomas Howell from Cecil
County to the Sheriff of Kent County &ta Indorsed. Read the
They first and second Time and do pass.

L. H. J.

The two last Bills sent up by Mr Robert Tyler and Mr John
Hudson for his Excellency and their Honours Concurrence,
return and say they delivered the Bills.
Bill against counterfeiting foreign Coin &ta Ordered it be
indorsed thus, April 4th 1707 Read the second Time with
Amendment and do pass.
Ordered That Mr John Wells and Mr Thomas Howe carry
the same up to his Excellency and Council for their Concur-
rence. They return and say they delivered the Bill
Ordered the Petition of the Gentlemen of Dorchester County
be carried up to the Committee of Laws.
Brought into the House a Bill for Relief of Debtors under
Execution.
Ordered it lie on the Table to be read in the Afternoon
The Petition of some Inhabitants of Dorchester County
brought into the House by Colo
John Hammond, Colo
Lloyd,
and Mr William Coursey; ordered to be read and entered Viz.

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