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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, 1769-1770
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348 Assembly Proceedings, November 5-21, 1770.

U. H. J.
Liber No. 36
Nov. S

A Bill entitled An Act for the Adjournment and Continuance of
Baltimore County Court.
Which his Excellency passed into a Law, in the usual Form, by
Sealing it with the Right Honourable the Lord Proprietary his Great
Seal at Arms, and Subscribing it. "On Behalf of the Right Honour-
able the Lord Proprietary of this Province I Will this be a Law."
Adjourned until to Morrow Morning 10 of the Clock.

Nov. 6

Tuesday Morning 6.th of November 1770.
The House met again according to Adjournment.

Present as Yesterday.
On Motion, leave is given to bring in a Bill Entitled, "An Act
relating to Replevins"; which being brought in immediately, was
Read the first and second time by an especial order in this House,
and will pass So Endorsed and Sent to the Lower House by John
Beale Bordley Esquire
Read and Referred to the Consideration of the Lower House of
Assembly, The Petitions of the Rector and Vestrymen of Saint
Peters Parish in Talbot County, of sundry Inhabitants of Saint
Georges Parish in Baltimore County, and of Elizabeth Phillips a
Languishing Prisoner in Prince Georges County Goal These Peti-
tions were severally Endorsed and Sent to the Lower House by John
Ridout Esq.r
On Motion, Leave is given to bring in a Bill entitled "a Supple-
mentary Act to the Act entitled An Act to prevent disabled and
superanuated Slaves being Set free or the Manumission of Slaves,
by any last Will or Testament" which being brought in immediately,
was Read the first and second time, by an especial order, in this
House, and will pass So Endorsed and Sent to the Lower House
by John B. Bordley Esq.r
Adjourned until three of the Clock in the Afternoon.

Eodem Die post Meridiem.
The House met again according to Adjournment.

p. 486

Present as in the Morning.
Read and referred to the Consideration of the Lower House of
Assembly, the Petition of Mayberry Helmes Jun:r a Languishing
Prisoner in Baltimore County Goal so Endorsed & Sent by Bene-
dict Calvert Esq:r
Mess: Ringgold and J Hall bring up a Bill entitled. "An Act
for Amending the Staple of Tobacco, for preventing Frauds in his
Majestys Customs, and for the Regulation of Officers Fees." Read



 
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