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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, 1758-1761
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512 Appendix.

MSS.
Archives
oi Md.
Black Book
No. 4
Letter 73
Hall of
Records

Excellency and Honours will compassionately take his unhappy and

deplorable Situation, into your Considerations; and grant him such

relief as to your Excellency and Honours Shall seem meet. And your
Petitioner shall as in duty Pray &c
Fredrick County

We his Lordships Justices of the Peace for the said County, do
hereby Certifye that the above Petitioner John Turnbull is a
Prisoner in the said County for Debt, and therefore we do hereby
recommend him to your Excellency and honours as a object of
Charity.
Th.o Beatty David Lynn
Jos. Smith Mos. Chapline
Cha.s Jones Jos. Wood
Pet.r Bainbridge Andrew Heugh
W.m Luckett Tho.s Norris

I hereby Certifie that Thos Beatty Jos Smith Chas Jones Petr
Bainbridge Wm Luckett David Lynn Mos Chapline Jos Wood
Andrew Heugh & Thos Norris were at the time of Signing the above
Petition of his Lordships the R.t Honourable the Lord Proprietarys
Justices of the Peace for Frederick County In Testimony whereof I
have hereunto set my hand and Affixed the Public Seal of said

County this 10th day of March Anno Dom 1760

SEAL Jno Darnall Cl.

MSS.
Archives
of Md.
Black Book
No. 4
Letter 72
Hall of
Records

JOSEPH LUCKSINGBURG

To His Excellency Horatio Sharpe Esq.r Governor of Maryland
And to the Honourable the upper and Lower Houses of Assembly
The Petition of Joseph Luckinburg Humbly Sheweth that your
Petitioner is a Languishing Prisoner in Custody of the Sheriff of
Frederick County For Debt, for Divers sums of money and Tobacco
Which by Reason of Great losses and Misfortunes is unable to pay.
Your Petitioner has made Every offer to His Creditors that is in his
power to per forme Even the Indenting himself for a Servant all
which is to no Purpose but your Petitioner must still continue a
Prisoner. Your Petitioner is willing to surrender up all his Estate
both real and Personal for the Benefit of his Creditors, And Humbly
Pray Your Honours will take his Melancholy Condition into your
Serious Consideration and Grant him Relief by an Act of Insolvency
And your Petitioner as in Duty bound will ever Pray.

Joseph Lucksingburg



 
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