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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, October 1720-1723
Volume 34, Page 265   View pdf image (33K)
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The Lower House. 265

No 5. An Engrost Bill to Limit the Continuance of
Actions in Several Courts within this Province & Ascertaining
the Manner of taking the Evidence of Seafaring Men, and for
Granting Appeals from the Chancery Court to the Governour
& Council.

No 6. An Engrost Bill for the Naturalization of Joseph
Lazeear & Gustavus Hesselius and their Children and Christn
Geist of the City of Annapolis Gent.
No 7. An Engrost Bill to Confirm the Lands Devised by
Robert Anderson of Prince George's County Deceased unto

his three sons Robert Anderson, Cuthbei I Anderson &. James

Anderson in ffee simple to them & their Heirs and assignes
for Ever.

No 8. An Engrost Bill for Impowering the Justices of
Prince Georges County to Levy twelve pounds of Tobacco p
Poll on all the Taxables wth in the said County for the finishing
their Court House and Building a Publick Prison for the Use
of the said County.

No 9. An Engrost Bill for Preventing the Makeing of
Trashy Tobacco & for Bettering the Staple of this Province.
No 10. An Engrost Bill for Relieving and freeing the In-
habitants of this province and others Removing their Families
from any other Countrys or Colonys to Settle & Inhabit wth in
this Province from paying the Duties and Impositions on
Negroes for any of their Domestick Slaves.
11. An Engrost Bill for the Relief of John Connoway of
Ann Arundel County a Languishing Prisoner.
12. An Engrost Bill for Reviving and Continuing An Act
for the Regulating of Ordinaries.
13. An Engrost Bill for Impowering a Committee to Lay,

L. H.

p. 88

Assess & Apportion the Publick Levy for this Present year
One Thousand Seven Hundred & Twenty One.
14. An Engrost Bill to Impower his Honour the Governour
for the Time being to Appoint any person or persons whatso-
ever to Resurvey the Indians Lands and Ascertain the Bounds
And afterwards was Pleased to Express himself as follows

Gentlemen of the Upper and Lower Houses of Assembly
The Happy Conclusion of this Sessions fully Answers my
Desires; And the Unanimity you have shewn in the Dispatch
of these Matters I laid before you, convinces me of the Regard
you have for Our Lord Propry whose Interest is Inseperable
with that of the Good People of Maryland. I must Sincerely

p. 89

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