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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, October 1720-1723
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The Lower House. 113


6 An Engrost Bill for Granting unto Edward Smith of

the City of Annapolis Sawyer 120 foot of Ground in the same
City to keep a Sawyers Yard and for the Encouragement of
his Trade.
7 A Supplementary Engrost Bill to the Act for Relief of
Thos Manning of Calvert County
8 A Supplementary Engrost Bill to the Act Intituled An
Act Laying an Imposition on Negroes and on Severall Sorts of
Liquors Imported And alsoe on Irish Servants to prevent
Importing too great a Number of Irish Papists into this
province.
9 An Engrost Bill Declareing the Punishment for Burning
of Court houses.
10 [An Engrost Bill to restrain the Rigour of Prosecutions
on Admrcon & Testamentary bonds]
[ 11 ] An Engrost Bill Impowering Messrs William Clayton
of Talbot County and James Earle and William Turbutt of

L.H.J.

Queen Ann's County to Sell the Lands of Robert Smith Esqr
Late of Talbot County afd Deced to pay to Richd Cole of
Queen Ann's County and Mary his Wife the Daughter and
heir of Renatus Smith deced the Surviveing Exr of the sd
Robert Smith [decd what the Said Renatus Smith paid on
account of the Said Robert Smith] more than Effects Came
to his Hands and for the Payment of his other Debts.
12 A Supplementary Engrost Bill to the Act for Ascer-
taining the bounds of Land wtuin this province
13 An Engrost Bill for the Relief of Marine Duvall a Lan-
guishing Prisoner in Prince Geo: County.
14 An Engrost Bill to the Act to Confirm a Deed of Bar-
gaine and Sale from ffran: Swanson, to Thos Plummer
Afterwards his Honor the Govr was Pleased to Address
himself in these foll: Words (viz)

Gentlemen of the Uppr and Lower Houses of Assembly
I Cannot take my Leave of you without Expressing the
Great Satisfaccon I have met with all Since my Arrivall in
the Country and yr ready Concurrance and Dispatch of the
Several Matters wch I had the Honr to Lay before you by his
Ldps Comands, I shall allways Carefully Endeavour to do all
that may be in my Power to Deserve the Esteeme of the good
People of this Province in Generall and Particularly of this
Generall Assembly and do not Doubt but wth your assistance
to Establish a Perfect good Understanding Among all his
Majesties good Subjects of this Province.

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