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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. 321

any Plott Conspiracy or Combination which I shall k[now] or
haue iust cause to suspect is or shalbe inte[nded] against the
person of his said lop or which sh[all] tend, any waies to the
disinherison or deprivation] of his said lops or his heires their
Right, Tytle Jurisdiction and dominion aforesaid, or any part
thereof, And I doe sweare that I will [not] by my selfe or by
any other person, or p so[ns] directly or indirectly take, accept,
receiue, purchase or possess any lands tenements or heredita-
ments within the said Province of Maryland or the Hands there-
vnto belonging from any Indian or Indians to any other vse or
vses but to the vse of his said Lop and his heires lords & Pro-
prietaryes of this province or knowingly from any other person,
or persons not deriving a legall Tytle therevnto by from, or
vnder some Grant from his said lop or his heires Lords and
Proprietaryes of this Province legally passed, or to be passed
vnder his, or their Great seale of the said Province for the
tyme being Soe help me God &c.

U. H.


22 April 1650
C. Baltemore

Wee whose names are herevnder written Doe hereby testifie
vnder our hands that in the Assembly held at Saint Johns
Anno 1647. Thomas Greene Esquier then Governor of this
Province proposed a Bill to the ffreemen then sitting in
Assembly wherein hee demanded twelve thowsand pounds
of Casked Tobacco and thirty barrells of Corne, and a howse
befitting his person to Hue in towards his support to be
levyed vpon the Inhabitants of this Province, and to be
delivered to the said Mr Greene for that yeares main-
tenance wth allowance of ten pounds p cent to the Sherriffe
for his paines takeing in levying & collecting the said
Sume, which being denyed by the ffreemen then assembled
the said Mr Greene denyed to be vnder lawe, and that hee
would be only trycd by his Lord and Master, adding further
that if the freemen would comply with him in his said Bill of
maintenance he would ioyne with them in their protest against
the lawes then pretended to be in force.

Robert Vaughan John Hatch Francis Posye
Cuthbert Fenwicke George Manneres

Concordat cum Original Exam, p me
Tho. Hatton Seer.

C. Baltemore

Caecilius absolute Lord and Proprietary of the Provinces of
Maryland and Avalon Lord Baron of Baltemore &c. To our

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