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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, 1758-1761
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for the Advancement of Justice, made at a Session of Assembly,
begun and held at the City of Annapolis on the Second Day of
October, One Thousand Seven Hundred and Fifty-three, shall be,
and is hereby continued and shall remain and be in full Force, for
and during the Term of Three Years, and unto the End of the next
Session of Assembly which shall happen after the Expiration of the
said Three Years.

Liber H. S.
No. 1

7th April 1760
Read and Assented to
by the Lower House of
Assembly
Signed p order
MMacnemara Cl lo ho

On behalf of the Right
Honourable the Lord
Proprietary of this Prov-
ince, I will this be a Law.
Hor.o Sharpe

7th April 1760
Read and Assented to
by the Upper House of
Assembly
Signed p order
JRoss Cl Up Ho


The Great Seal
in Wax app.t


No. 5

An Act continuing an Act, entituled, An Act for preventing Indians,
disaffected to the British Interest in America, from coming into
this Province as Spies, or on any other evil Design.

p. 382


Be it Enacted, by the Right Honourable the Lord Proprietary,
by and with the Advice and Consent of his Lordship's Governor,
and the Upper and Lower Houses of Assembly, and the Authority
of the same, That an Act of Assembly of this Province, entituled, An
Act for preventing Indians, disaffected to the British Interest in
America, from coming into this Province as Spies, or on any other
evil Design, made at a Session of Assembly, begun and held at the
City of Annapolis on the Twenty-third Day of February, One Thou-
sand Seven Hundred and Fifty-six, shall be, and is hereby continued
to be and remain in full Force, for and during the Term of Three
Years, and unto the End of the next Session of Assembly which
shall happen after the Expiration of the said Three Years.

[An Act
continued.]

7th April 1760
Read and Assented to
by the Lower House of
Assembly
Signed p order
MMacnemara Cl lo ho

On behalf ef the Right
Honourable the Lord
Proprietary of this Prov-
ince, I will this be a Law.
Hor.o Sharpe

7th April 1760
Read and Assented to
by the Upper House of
Assembly
Signed p order
JRoss Cl Up Ho


The Great Seal
in Wax app.t


No. 6

An Act to aid some Proceedings of the Vestry of Port-Tobacco
Parish in Charles County, and to impower the said Parish to elect
Vestrymen and Church-Wardens.



Whereas the Vestrymen of Port-Tobacco Parish, in Charles
County, by their Petition to the General Assembly of this Province,
have set forth, That the last Easter-Monday happening to be an
excessive Rainy Day, it prevented a sufficient Number of the Vestry-

[Preamble.]



 
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