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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly January 1637/8-September 1664
Volume 1, Page 370   View pdf image (33K)
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370 Assembly Proceedings, April 1658.

Liber H. H.

Imprimis That All ministers of Justice & officers military with
all other persons whatsoever be & remaine indempnifyed on
both Sides and freed from any Charge or questioning for any
act or passage made or don in the transactions of the affaires
of this Province since the first of December 1649 to the day of
the date aboue written without further consideracon of restitu-
con or satisfaction to be required or made on either side.
2 That all sherriffes & Clerkes fees as well as the Secretarys,
Which Sherriffes Clarkes & Secretarys haue bin made since
the yeare 1652, shall be pay'd theyr due fees, & arreares there-
of: And that all Leavys & Taxes & Arreares of the same
raised & levyed by the two last assemblys viz in the yeares
1654 and 1657 and in euery County theyr respectiue County
Charge be fully satisfyed & payd to whom they are appointed.

U. H.
p. 56

3. That no person whatsoeuer within this Province shall (by
reason of Any Act, or Passage made or don in relation to the
late Alteration of the Government made in the yeare one
thousand Six hundred fifty two, bee deemed or hereafter made
vncapable of Electing, or to be Elected to all future Assemblyes
4ly That No Act or Order of Assembly, or Courts within this
Province made, or past since the yeare one thousand Six hun-
dred fifty ffower in cases of Meum et Tuum shalbe declared
void by Pretence of Irregularity of the power of Government
established in the yeare one Thousand Six hundred fifty fower.

Liber H. H.
p. 18

5ly That all Such as shall within sixe months after the date
hereof come or send to the Secretarys office & there according
to condicons of Plantacon make theyr rights appeare shall
haue warrants granted for so much land as they shall make
appeare to be due, and the same Land by them entred vpon
by vertue of Caveats entred in County, or Provinciall Courts
Provided such Lands be not formerly taken vp by Lawefull
warrant from his Lordships officers nor reserved for his Lord-
ships vse.
6 That the Oath of Fidelity shall not be pressed vpon the
people now resident within this Province, but instead & place
thereof an engagement be taken & subscribed in manner &
torme followeing, viz
I: A: B: Doe promise & Engage to submitt to the Authority
of the Right Honorable Ccecilius Lord Baltemore & his heires
within this Province of Maryland according to his Pattent of
the said Province, & to his present Lieutenant and other
officers heere, by his Lordship appointed to whom I will be
aydeing and assisting & will not obey or assist any heere in
opposicon to them.
7 Lastly that no person whatsoeuer within this Province
by any Collour or suggestion be disarmed or dispoyled in his
armes or ammunicon & thereby consequently left to the Cruelty

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