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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, 1764-1765
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54 Assembly Proceedings, November 1-December 20, 1765.

U. H. J.
Liber No. 36
Nov. 21

[Thursday Morning, Nov. 21, 1765]
This House met according to Adjournment

Present as Yesterday
A Bill by Mess.rs Edmonson & F Gant entitled an Act to prevent
the Mischiefs arising from the Multiplicity of Useless Dogs & for
other Purposes therein Mentioned.
Read the first & second Time in the Lower House & will pass.
Read the first Time in this House & ordered to lye on the Table.
Adjourned until 3 oClock in the Afternoon

Eodem Die post Meridiem
This House met according to Adjournment
Present as in the Morning.

p. 225

Read and referred to the Consideration of the Lower House, the
following Petitions Viz.t

The Petition of Barton Lucas late an Officer in the Maryland
Troops; The Petition of John Brashear, & Samuel Tannyhill Prison-
ers in Prince Georges County Goal, & of Captain John Barns a
Prisoner in Calvert County Goal. Sent by John Ridout Esquire.
Read the second Time a Bill entitled an Act for the Benefit of the
Poor & the Encouragement of Industry & will pass with the follow-
ing Amendment Viz.t
Strike out the first Proviso beginning in the 21.st Line & insert the
following Proviso Viz.t "Provided that the Linen for which the
Bounties aforesaid are to be given & allowed in Pursuance & by
Virtue of this Act shall completely in all and every Respect after
swingling the Flax & Hemp be manufactured by White Persons
within this Province & that the said Linen shall be made of Flax
or Hemp of the Growth of this Province and that such Proof shall
be made of the said Manufacture & Growth as the Justices in the
County Court to whom Application shall or may be made for the
Bounty aforesaid or the major Part of them shall require." So en-
dorsed & sent by Benedict Calvert Esq.r
A Bill by R: Goldsborough & Mr Harris, entitled an Act to prevent
the Navigation on Potowmack River, Monocacy and great Conico-
cheague Creeks being obstructed.
Read the first & second Time in the Lower House & will pass.
Read the first Time in this House & ordered to lye on the Table.
Adjourned until 10 oClock Tomorrow Morning

Nov. 22

Friday Morning November the 22:d 1765
This House met according to Adjournment



 
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