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Proceedings of the Council of Maryland, 1732:1753
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Proceedings of the Council of Maryland, 1753. 591


the English the Guilty person or persons shall be Delivered
up to be punished with death,
9thly That if the said Chiefs or any Indians Subjects to them
shall kill any Indians or any other in Peace and Amity with
the Lord Propty it shall be esteemed as great an Offence as
killing an Englishman

Lib. C. B.

10thly That neither the said Chiefs or any of the Indians
under their Subjection shall at any time hereafter keep or
entertain among them or wthin their Fort any Foreign or
strange Indian or know or Discover any such to appear or
Come into this Province without giving immediate notice
thereof to his Excellency the Governor or some Colo or Magis-
trate of note by whom the same may be Communicated with
all expedition to the Governor of this Province for the time
being for his Directions therein and if such Strange Indian
shall endeavour to induce them to destroy the white People
or do any Mischief they shall apprehend & Deliver such
stranger Indian to the English.
11thly That if any Disputes shall arise between the said
Chiefs or their Subjects and any other Indian Nation in Mary-
land that they cannot settle between themselves it shall be
referred to the Governor and Council.
12thly That the English and Indians shall hereafter be as one
people and shall Assist each other against all persons what-
soever that shall make War with or Attack either of them
and if either shall hear that any Persons intend to Damage
the Other notice shall be immediately given of the Danger,
13thly That as a farther Testimony of their League Peace
and Friendship with his Lordship the Lord proprietor of this
province and as they expect protection from him and his
Government here the said Indian Chiefs and their Suc-
cessors shall pay and Deliver unto the Collo of Dorchester
County for the Lord Proprietary his Heirs and Successors
two Bows and two Dozen of Arrows yearly upon the tenth
day of October as an Acknowledgment of his Lordships Domin-
ion over them and as a pledge of peace also In Confirma-
tion Whereof his Excellency Samuel Ogle Esqr Governor in

p. 536


Chief of the Province afsd on behalf of his said Lordship and
John Coursey and Chinehopper on behalf of themselves and
the Indians under their Subjection have signed hereto in
presence of his Lordships Council and of several of the Great
men of the Indians the day and Year above mentioned and
the Great Seal of this Province is hereto Affixed
Sam: Ogle
The mark x of John Coursey
The mark x of John Chinehopper

p. 537




 
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