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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly January 1637/8-September 1664
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Assembly Proceedings, March 1650/1. 313

An Order for the raising of the Leavies

It is Ordered by the Authority of this present Gen" Assem-
bly, and the Governor doth hereby for that purpose authorise
the ffreemen of every hundred within St Maries County to
make Choice of one or two of the Inhabitants of every such
hundred, and the ffreemen of Kent County to Chuse one or
two of the Inhabitants of that County. And the ffreemen of
Annarundel County to Chuse one two or three of the Inhabi-
tants of that County. And also the ffreemen of Charles County
to make Choice of one or two of the Inhitants of that County,
Which Inhabitants soe to be chosen or any of them or any of
the Burgesses of this Assembly may if they please without
Summons meet the Governor and Counsell at St Maries the
tenth day of October next to Consider what is fitt to be allowed
for the Charges of this Assembly and also what is fit to be
added to the next year's Leavies. And to make assessment of
the particular charges of the Burgesses p pole upon the taxable

I. O. R.
No. 1
Liber B

Inhabitant of each particular County and hundred where they
were Chosen respectively, and of the other General Charge
and Leavies p pole upon all the taxable persons within this
Province as shall be then thought fitt by the Governor and
Counsell and the said parties then meeting for that purpose or
the Major part of them. The Governor or his then Dpty
having a Casting vote therein

Wm Stone

p. 239

C. Baltemore

Caecilius absolute Lord and Proprietary of the Provinces of
Maryland, and Avalon, Lord Barron of Baltemore &c. To our
Right Trusty and Welbeloved William Stone Esquier our
Lieutennant of our said province of Maryland, And To our
Right trusty and Welbeloved the Vpper and lower Howse of
our Gennerall Assembly there, And to All other the Inhabitants
of our said Province Greeting. Whereas Wee vnderstand that
Thomas Greene Esquirer (formerly appointed by vs to be one
of our Councell of State there) being in September last deputed
by you the said William Stone to be in your absence our Lieut
tenannt of the said Province did not take the Oath without any
Exception to it whatsoever, (as hee ought to have don which was
appointed by vs to be taken by all Persons that should be
deputed in that Office, before they or any of them should haue
any power, or authority to Act any thing in execution thereof.
And that our Secretary there Thomas Hatton seeing the said
Greene intended and resolved Nevertheless Contrary to our
said Secretaryes advice to Act divers things as our Lieutennant

U. H.
p. 18


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