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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, May, 1730-August, 1732
Volume 37, Page 244   View pdf image (33K)
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244 Assembly Proceedings, July 13-July 29, 1731.

L. H. J

Post Meridiem.

The House met according to Adjournment Called and all Present
as in the Morning together with Capn Edward Sprigg whose Ab-
sence formerly was Excused by reason of his Wrifes Indisposition

p. 313

The following Message [The text of this message is printed at
page 214.] Sent to the Upper House by Coll. Greenfeild and Twenty
four more, They return & Say they Delivered the Same.
The Engrost bill Entituled an Act to record a Deed of Bargain and

Sale from James Gould and Elizabeth his Wife to William Scott

and Sarah his Wife Sent to the Upper House with the paper Bill
thereof by Majr Turbutt and Mr William Hemsley.
They return and say they Delivered the same.
John Rousby Esqr from the Upper House Delivers Mr Speaker the
paper Bill to Record a Deed of Bargain and Sale from James Gould
and Elizabeth his Wife to William Scott and Sarah his wife thus
Endorst.

By the Upper House of Assembly 29th July 1731.
Read and Assented to.
Signed p order. J. Ross Cl. Up. Ho.

The Engrost Bill Entituled an Act to Enable the Clerk of the
Provincial Court or the Clerk of Baltemore County Court to Record
a Deed of Bargain and Sale from Thomas Gibson to James Kings-
bury And to make the same Deed Valid, Was Sent with the paper
Bill thereof to the Upper House by Collo Fendall and Mr Samuel
Hanson.
Mathew Tilghman Ward Esqr from the Upper House Delivers
Mr Speaker the Paper Bill to Enable the Clerk of the Provincial
Court or the Clerk of Baltemore County Court to Record a Deed of

Bargain and Sale from Thomas Gibson to James Kingsbury anrl tn

make the same Deed Valid thus Endorst,

By the Upper House of Assembly 29th July 1731.
Read and Assented to.
Signed p Order Jno Ross Cl. Up. Ho.

Phillip Lee Esqr and Collo John Rider from the Upper House
Acquaint Mr Speaker that his Excellency the Governeur desires his
and the whole House Attendance Immediately in the Upper House,
and then Withdrew.

p. 314

Whereupon Mr Speaker and the rest of the Members of this house
went to the Upper House where Mr Speaker presented to the Gov-



 
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