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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, April 1684-June 1692
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266 Assembly Proceedings, May 10-June 9, 1692.

U. H. J.

May the 14th 1692

Mett in Council Chamber present as yesterday
It being informed that Richard Hauslap late Sub: Sheriff of
Ann Arundell County having by Virtue of his Office got into
his hands and possession severall Books, papers Writings and
Accounts relating both to the publick and particular private
Mens Estates and Concerns, and had also received and
Embezeled Severall Considerable Sums of both publick and
private dues; It is Advised that his Excellency be humbly
requested to move the Governor of Virginia (whether it is
Alledged that the said Hauslap is fled) and lodged himsejf)
for his Aid and Assistance, by his Orders and directions to
his Officers Magistrates and Inhabitants of his Government,
in the retrieveing, apprehending & taking of the said Hauslop
so as to have him Safely delivered up and Conveyed back to
this Governmt to answer & to make good the charge against
him

p. 607

An Answer to the Message of the house yesterday by
Captain Bigger and Mr Watkins carried by Mr Tench as fol-
lows Vizt

By his Excellency the Governor & Council in Assembly
14th May 1692
In answer to the Message received yesterday from the
house by Captain Bigger and Mr Watkins this Board have
appointed to sitt from ten of the Clock in the morning to four
in the afternoon, between such hours the house may direct
any Message or Apply to this Board for Conference upon any
Occasion and the same will be readily received and Consented
to: This Board have also appointed the honourable Coll
Jowles Coll Nicholas Greenberry and Mr John Addison to Join
in Committee with the Members of the house of Assembly for
Inspecting the Body of the Laws of this Province
Signed pr Order John LLewellin Cl.

Abel Brown Gent, late high Sheriff of Ann Arundell County
Petitions to be Continued in his said Office in Consideration
that he hath well Behaved himself in the Same and Expended
great part of his Estate for the Satisfaction and Discharging
of the Publick dues, which by the late distraction of that
County and the Disaffection of the Inhabitants to the Govern-
ment under the late Revolution till the present Settlement he
could not without Extraordinary rigorous and unusuall
Methods Collect or get in.
It being Alledged here to the Board that the Petitioner
himself had declared himself desirous and willing to lay down



 
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