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1657, Sept. 28

Attorneyship General separated from the


*1660, Sept. 13

Navigation Act of 1660.

1660, Oct.

Proprietary element regains control of Mary-


1661, May 2

Proprietary given a tonnage duty of 14 pence


1661, Sept.

First Deputy Surveyors appointed.

1661, Nov.

Chancellorship separated from office of


1663, Oct.

Secretary becomes Notary Public.

1671, April 19

Two 12 pence export duties on tobacco; one

for support of government, the other for

His Lordship's personal use.

*1671, Sept.

Board of Customs Commissioners appointed,

to sit at London.

*1673, March 29

Parliament enacts the " Plantation Duty."

1673, April 24

Commissaryship General taken from the Sec-

retariat and united with the Chancellor-


1673, Spring

Prerogative Office, under the Commissary

General, acquires its own Clerk.

*1673, Nov. 27

A Customs Collector for Patuxent District

and a Surveyor and Comptroller General

of Customs for Maryland appointed.

1675/6, March 4

Gov. Charles Calvert proclaims his succes-

sion as third Baron Baltimore and second


1676, June

Three proprietary Naval Offices (for Patux-

ent, North Potomac, and Pocomoke Dis-

tricts) separated from the Secretariat.

1676, June 15

Second General Fee Act.

1676, June

Lord Baltimore sails for England.

1678, Oct. 20

Clerk of the Council becomes also Clerk of

the Upper House.

1678/9, Jan.

Lord Baltimore returns to Maryland.

1680, April 19

Land Office set up with its own Register.

1683, May

Examiner General appears.

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