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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, 1748-1751
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536 Assembly Proceedings, May 15-June 8, 1751.

U. H. J.
Liber No. 34
June 8

An Act continuing an Act entituled An Additional Supplementary
Act to the Act entituled an act relating to Servants & Slaves.

An Act continuing an act entituled an act to exempt Persons ap-
pearing at Musters from arrests in Civil Cases.
An Act continuing an Act entituled an Act to Prevent certain
Evils and Inconveniences attending the Sale of Strong Liquors &
running Horse Races near the yearly Meetings of the People called
Quakers and to prevent the Tumultuous concourse of Negroes and
other Slaves during the said Meetings
An Act to oblige Naval Officers to give Sufficient Bonds for what
Moneys they shall Receive belonging to the publick
An Act for erecting a New Markett house in the City of Annapolis.

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An Act to empower the Justices of Prince Georges County Court
to treat and Agree with Ann Darnal Widow for her Claim of Dower
to the Land on which that County Court house is built and other
Purposes therein mentioned
An Act to enable the Vestrymen and Churchwardens of Coventry
Parish lying Partly in Somerset and Worcester Counties to Pur-
chase two acres of Land at some Place near Nassaongo Creek in
Worcester County fit and Convenient to build a Chappel of Ease on
and to assess the Parishioners of the said Parish with a certain Sum
of Current Money for Compleating the same.
An Act to repeal part of an Act Entituled an act to encourage the
destroying of Squirrels & Crows in the Counties therein mentioned
An Act for laying out and erecting a Town on Patowmack River
above the mouth of Rock Creek in Frederick County
All which his Excellency Passed into Laws in the usual form by
Sealing them with the Right Honourable the Lord Proprietary his
Great Seal at Arms and Subscribing them on behalf of the Right
honourable the Lord Proprietary of this Province I WILL THIS
BE A LAW, The Bill Entituled an Act to prevent more effectually
the Sale and Exportation of Trashy and unmerchantable Tobacco
being passed into a Law before.
After which his Excellency was Pleased to Conclude this Session
with the following Speech
Gentlemen of the Upper & Lower houses of Assembly
The Business of this Session being at an End, I have thought fit
with the Advice of his Lordships Council of State to Prorogue this
Assembly to the first Tuesday in October next, And you are to take
Notice you are Prorogued to that day accordingly
Thus Ends this Session of Assembly begun & held at the City of
Annapolis on Tuesday the 15th day of May and ending on Saturday
the 8th day of June in the 37th Year of his Lordships Dominion, in
the 25th Year of his Majestys Reign Annoq Domini 1751.
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