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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, 1758-1761
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384 Assembly Proceedings, Sept. 26-Oct. 15, 1760.

L. H. J.
Liber No. 51
Oct. 15
p. 331

The Bill, entituled, An Act for Encouraging a Collection and
Publication of the Laws of this Province, was Read the second
Time, and will pass; and was sent to the Upper House by Mr. Carroll
and Mr. Hammond.
Benedict Calvert, Esq; from the Upper House, delivers to Mr.
Speaker, the Bill, entituled, An Act for increasing the Allowance
of Grand and Petit Jurors, who shall attend the Provincial Courts,
&c. Indorsed, By the Upper House of Assembly, 15th October, 1760.
Read the first and second Time by an especial Order, and will pass.
Signed p Order, J. Ross, Cl. Up. Ho.

Which Bill was here Read, and passed for Ingrossing.
Stephen Bordley, Esq; from the Upper House, delivers to Mr.
Speaker, the Bill, entituled, An Act for Encouraging a Collection
and Publication of the Laws of this Province; Indorsed, By the
Upper House of Assembly, 15th October, 1760. Read the first
Time, and will not pass.
Signed p Order, J. Ross, Cl. Up. Ho.

p. 333

The House adjourns till 2 of the Clock Afternoon.
Post-Meridiem. The House met according to Adjournment.
Mr. Earle brings in and delivers to Mr. Speaker, an Ingrossed
Bill, entituled, An Act for increasing the Allowance of Grand and
Petit Jurors, who shall attend the Provincial Court, to limit Costs
with respect to Witnesses, and granting them an Allowance for
itinerant Charges; which was Read and Assented to, and sent to the
Upper House, with the Paper Bill, by Mr. Charles Goldsborough
and Mr. Sulivane.
Ordered, That the Bill, entituled, An Act for Encouraging a
Collection and Publication of the Laws of this Province, be Printed
in the Gazette.
Col. Henry, from the Upper House, delivers to Mr. Speaker, the
several Paper Bills the Ingrossed Bills of which had been severally
Indorsed, Read and Assented to by the Lower House of Assembly;
which said Paper Bills were severally Indorsed, By the Upper House
of Assembly; The Ingrossed Bill, whereof this is the Original, is
Read and Assented to.
Signed p Order, J. Ross, Cl. Up. Ho.

Ordered, That Dr. Steuart and Mr. Gantt do acquaint the Gov-
ernor, That no Public Business lies before this House to Transact.
Col. Henry, and Stephen Bordley, Esq; from the Upper House,
acquaint Mr. Speaker, That the Governor requires the Attendance
of the Lower House immediately in the Council Chamber.
Mr. Speaker left the Chair, and (being attended with the Rest
of the Members of the Lower House) went to the Council Chamber,
and there presented to his Excellency the Governor,



 
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