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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, 1752-1754
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The Lower House. 519


Fifty One, to any Person whatsoever, where it shall be made appear,
by sufficient Evidence, to the said Commissioners, or their Suc-
cessors, or the major Part of them, or their Successors, that the
same was not made fraudulently, of which the said Commissioners,
or the major Part of them, or their Successors, shall, and they are
hereby impowered to adjudge and determine.
Indorsed, " By the Lower House of Assembly, May 22, 1754.
Read the first Time, and ordered to lie on the Table.
Signed per Order, M. Macnemara, Cl. Lo. Ho."
"By the Lower House of Assembly, May 23, 1754. Read the
second Time, and will pass.
Signed per Order, M. Macnemara, Cl. Lo. Ho."
" By the Upper House of Assembly, May 23, 1754. Read the first
Time, and ordered to lie on the Table.
Signed per Order, J. Ross, Cl. Up. Ho."
" By the Upper House of Assembly, May 30, 1754. Read the
second Time, and will not pass.
Signed per Order, J. Ross, Cl. Up. Ho."
Samuel Chamberlaine, Esq; from the Upper House, delivers to
Mr. Speaker the several Paper Bills (the ingrossed Bills of which
have been read and assented to by both Houses); indorsed sever-
ally, " The ingrossed Bill, whereof this is the Original, is read and
assented to."
Ordered, That Col. Harrison and Doctor Hamilton do acquaint
his Excellency, that no Public Business is before this House to
transact.
Samuel Chamberlaine, Esq; from the Upper House, acquaints
Mr. Speaker, that the Governor requires the Attendance of the
Lower House immediately in the Upper House.

L. H. J.
Liber No. 47
May 30

p. 466

Mr. Speaker left the Chair, and (attended by the Members of the
Lower House) went to the Upper House, and there presented to his
Excellency,
An ingrossed Bill entituled, An additional Supplementary Act to
the Act entituled, An Act for amending the Staple of Tobacco, for
preventing Frauds in his Majesty's Customs, and for the Limita-
tion of Officers Fees.
An ingrossed Bill entituled, An Act to make it Penal to forge or
counterfeit the Bills of Credit of Pennsylvania, New- York, East or
West Jerseys, or the Three Lower Counties on Delaware, called New-
Castle, Kent, and Sussex, or to utter or tender the same in Pay-
ment, within this Province, knowing them to be such.
An ingrossed Bill entituled, An Act to enable the Justices of
St. Mary's County, to Levy a Quantity of Tobacco on the taxable
Inhabitants of King and Queen Parish in said County, for the Pur-
poses therein mentioned.

p. 467



 
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