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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, 1717-April, 1720
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TOPICAL INDEX.

Addison, Thomas.
Demands investigation of charges,
504, 591 ; messages between Upper and
Lower Houses, 508, 509, 510, 596, 597 ;
report of conference, 511, 599.

Attorneys at Law.
Courts authorized to suspend from
practice, 326, 404.

Baltimore, Charles, 5th Lord, and Guil-
ford, Lord.
Dissent to certain Acts of Assembly,
3, 55 ; instructions as to ordinary
licenses, 10 ; address of the Upper
House (1717), 46; address of the
Lower House, 100 ; approve suspension
of Thos. MacNemara from practice,
134; order him to submit to the court,
170; address of Upper House, 194;
reply to address of Lower House, 208 ;
address of the Assembly (1718), 277;
dissent to Act disabling MacNemara
from practice, 302, 372 ; address of the
Assembly (1719), 352, 449; order
MacNemara restored to practice, 492,
584 ; communication concerning certain
Acts of Assembly and education, 542,
629; address of the Assembly (1720),
558, 640; instructions to Gov. Hart for
return to England, 603.

Birchfield, Maurice.
Vexatious prosecutions charged, 175,
249. (See also Commissioners of Cus-
toms.)

Bounds of Lands, Ascertaining.

Conference repeat, 156, 229, mes-

sages concerning, 162, 176, 239, 253 ;
recommendations of the Proprietary,
542, 629.

Carroll, Charles.
Complained of by Gov. Hart, 120 ;
asserts right of Roman Catholics to
hold public office, 121 ; refusal to pass

patents for land, 164, 168, 172, 246,
248, 446 ; reply to inquiry as to dis-
position of tobacco duty, 183, 260 ; ref-
erences in speech of,,Gov. Hart, 481,
569.

Clergy, Convention of.
Speech of Gov. Hart, 146; address
of the clergy, 147; report to the As-
sembly, 154; reply of the Assembly,
164 ; conference report adopted, 242,
243-

Commissioners of Customs.
Reply to complaint against Maurice
Birchfield, 491, 583 ; Upper House ad-
vises rejoinder, 493 ; answer of Lower
House, 514; messages on the subject,
526, 528, 531, 537, 538, 539, 552, 601,
613, 614, 617, 623, 625, 632, 633, 635 ;
letters from, concerning boundary o?
the Province and production of pitch,
tar and hemp, 544.

Convicts, Imported.
Bill to secure Province against their
villainies, 344, 345, 349, 350, 425, 431,

432, 443, 444, 453
Education.

Recommendations of Gov. Hart, 58,
369 ; address of Rector, Gevernor and
Visitors of Free Schools, 46; duty on
Irish servants and negroes to be ap-
plied, 81 ; appeal of Assembly to Lords
Baltimore and Guilford to secure
benefit of royal duty on tobacco, 353 ;

that duty granted in perpetuity to

college in Virginia, 543, 630.

Gauge and Tare of Tobacco Hogsheads,
and Duty thereon.

Bill obviating objections to Act of
1716; commutation for quit rents, 27,
37, 86; renewal of Act in 1720, 478,
506.



 

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