The Bill Entituled an Act for laying the Publick Levy &c. was
sent to the Upper House by Mr Beale and Capn Blackistone.
Phillip Lee Esqr from the Upper House Delivered to Mr Speaker
the Bill Entituledl an Act for the Relief of Prisoners for Debt In
dorsed Read a Second time & Passed, the words, One, in the Last
line, and Last line but one being incerted instead of three.
Collo Ward from the Upper House Delivered to Mr Speaker the
Paper Bill Entituled an Act for Erecting a Town at or about the
Landing called Elkridge Landing &ca The Paper Bill Entituled an
Act for laying out and Applying 3500 Pounds &ca The Paper bill
Entituled an Act for Continuing an Act Entituled an Act for raising
a Duty of three pence p Hogshead &c. And the Paper bill Entituled
an Act for Relief of Anthony Parker, Patrick Riely and Cleborn
Lomax &c. Severally Indorsed. The Engrossed bill whereof this is
the Original is read and Assented to.
The Bill Entituled an Act for relief of Prisoners for Debt read and
Passed for Ingrossing.
Collo Tilghman from the Upper House Delivered to Mr Speaker
the following Message. [This message is printed at page 51.]
This house concurs with the Purport of the Message by Coll0
Tilghman and ordered that the Treasurer make his Draught accord-
An Ingrossed Bill Entituled an Act for Relief of Prisoners for
Read and Assented to, And sent to the Upper House with the
Paper Bill by Mr Smith and Mr Needles.
Mr Woolford hath leave to go Home.
The House Adjourns untill, two of the Clock in the Afternoon.
Wednesday Post Merediem.