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

U. H.

reasonable allowance from the English Inhabitants of that Pro-
vince for his paines and attendance in that imployment, Wee
desire that you our said Lieutennant William Stone will vse your
best Endevours in obtaineing thereof for him. And Wee doe
hereby also recommend him, for that purpose to our said Gen-
nerall Assembly desiring they will at our request take it into con-
sideration and consent to such a Competent yearely allowance
to be raised for that purpose for him as aforesaid not doubting
but that as hee is very fitt for such an imployment by reason of
his knowledge in the Indian tongue Soe he will well deserue
the same from the Inhabitants of the said province in that
office. And wee shall esteeme it as a pticular respect shewed
vnto vs there in by our said Gennerall Assembly. And wee
will and require our Lieutennant of our said Province of Mary-
land for the tyme being to cause this our declaracon to be read,
to the Vpper and lower Howse of our Gennerall Assembly
there, and to be published at the vsuall places of publishing

our ordinances and Edicts in our said Province Given vnder

our hand and Greater seale at Armes the Sixth of August in
the Nynteenth yeare of our Dominion over the said Province
of Maryland, Annoq. domini One thowsand Six hundred and
Ex. per Gilbtm Crouch

C. Baltemore

I, A. B. do sweare that I wilbe true and faithfull Soe long as
I shalbe a Member of this Province to the Right honnoble
Caecilius Lord Baron of Baltemore, Lord Proprietary of the

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Province of Maryland and the Hands therevnto belonging, and
to his heires Lords and Proprietaryes of the same and to his
Lieutennant, or Chiefe Governor here for the tyme being.
And will not at any tyme by Words or Actions in publick or in
privat wittingly or willingly any way derogat from But will at
all tymes as occasion shall require, to the vttmost of my
power defend and maintaine all such his said Lops and his heires,
iust and lawfull Right, Tytle, Intrest Priviledges, Iurisdiction
Prorogatiue, Propriety and dominion over and in the said Pro-
vince, and Hands therevnto belonging, and over the People
who are and shalbe therein for the tyme being As are granted
to his said Lop and his heires by the late King of England in his
said lops Pattent of the said Province vncler the Great seale of
England, Not any waies vnderstood to infringe or preiudice
Liberty of Conscience in point of Religion And I doe also
sweare that I will with all Expedition discover to his said Lop
or to his Lieutennant or Chiefe Governor of the said Province
for the tyme being, and also vse my best Endevours to prevent

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