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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, May, 1730-August, 1732
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Appendix. 579


begining at the mouth of Bromley Creek and running up Wicoco-
moco River for Breadth thence for Length Eastwardly the whole
Length of the Tract then as the Eastermost Lyne of the said Tract
runs Southwardly to the Land Called Bromly thence with the Lyne
or Lynes of the said Bromley to Bromley Creek thence down the said
Creek to the begining to Contain three hundred and Sixteen Acres
to & in Justinian Jordan Senr and Edward Doyne as Trustees to
Enure & be to the use & uses of such person or persons for such
Estate and Estates as the afd Tract of Land Called Exeter is
Divided to be by the will of the said Joshua Doyne Saving to his most
Sacred Majesty his heirs and Successors the Right Honourable the
Lord Proprietary his heirs and Successors & all Bodies Politick or
Corporate and all others not mencond in this Act their severall and
Respective Rights.

II. CALVERT PAPERS
1729-1732

Session
Laws

p. 383

His Lordship's Instructions to his Agent viz.
Charles Absolute Lord & Proprietary of the Provinces of Maryland
& Avalon Lord Baron of Baltimore &ca Orders & Instructions,
Powers & Authoritys, to be observed & perused by Mathew Tilgh-
man Ward Esqr Our Agent & Receiver General of our Province
of Maryland Given by us at London this 30th of Janry 1729

Baltimore.
You will herewith Receive my Commission bearing even Date with
these Instructions which I have transmitted in my Packet to my

Calvert
Papers 295 1/2
p. 12

beloved Brother Leonard Calvert our Lieutent Govr wch you will
receive fm his Hand, shewing our thorough approbation of his Choice
in You as our Agent and Receiver General of our Province of Mary-

1st

land upon Your giving Sufficient Security, as has always been done
heretofore, having Given such Directions to our said Governor to see
Executed on our Behalf, which when done, we shall not Doubt of
your faithful & diligent Discharge of the Trust & Interest reposed
in you to us, requiring you punctually to observe our Instructions
from time to time you shall Receive, Such Obedience shall always
meet my continued Favours.

p 13

You are hereby directed to give Orders to the several Officers to
make up their Accounts Annually and Sign them, to be transmitted
for my Approbation & perusal.

2d

You are farther to conform to all our former Instructions, & to
send me a Copy General of the said that came to your hand which
were sent to my late Agent Nicholas Lowe Esqr that I may see
whether you have them all faithfully delivered to you.

3d



 
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