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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, 1758-1761
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74 Assembly Proceedings, Nov. 22-Dec. 23, 1758.

L. H. J.
Liber No. 51
Nov. 24

A Bill, entituled, An Act continuing an Act, entituled, An Act
for the Relief of such Persons as cannot find Surety for their Ap-
pearance, to testify as a Witness against any Person arrested,
accused, or prosecuted, for any Criminal Matter.
Which Bills were severally Read the first Time, and Ordered to lie
on the Table.
Mr. Hanson hath Leave to go home.
The House adjourns till the Morrow Morning at 9 of the Clock.

Nov. 25

Saturday, 25 November, 1758.

p. 40

The House met according to Adjournment; The Members were
called, and all appeared as Yesterday, except Mr. Hanson. The Pro-
ceedings were Read.
Philip Hammond, Esq; and Mr. Gantt, have Leave of Absence.
Mr. Ward and Mr. Mauldin appeared in the House.
Mr. Key brings in and delivers to Mr. Speaker, a Bill, entituled,
An Act continuing an Act, entituled, an Act for Repairing the Public
Roads in this Province; also the Supplementary Act thereto.
A Bill, entituled, An Act continuing an Act, entituled, An Act for
the more effectual destroying of Squirrels and Crows in the Counties
of Kent, Queen-Anne's, and Talbot; and for destroying Red Foxes
in the same Counties.
A Bill, entituled, An Act continuing an Act, entituled, An Act to
prevent disabled and superannuated Slaves being set free, or the
Manumission of Slaves by any Last Will or Testament. And,
A Bill, entituled, An Act continuing an Act, entituled, An Act for
ascertaining the Allowance of Petit Jurors attending the Provincial
Court, to limit Costs with respect to Witnesses, and for settling their
Allowance as to itinerant Charges.
Which Bills were severally Read the first Time, and Ordered to lie
on the Table.
Mr. Murdoch, one of the Agents appointed by the several Acts
for Raising Money for his Majesty's Service, brings in and delivers
to Mr. Speaker, the several Accounts relating thereto; which were
Ordered to lie on the Table.
The Bill, entituled, An Act continuing an Act, entituled, An Act
for destroying Squirrels and Crows in the several Counties therein
mentioned, was Read, and committed for Amendments.
The Bill, entituled, An Act continuing an Act, entituled, An Act
for the Relief of such Persons as cannot find Surety for their Ap-
pearance, to testify as a Witness against any Person arrested, accused.

p. 41

or prosecuted, for any Criminal Matter, was Read the second Time,
and will Pass.

The House adjourns till Monday Morning at 9 of the Clock.



 
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