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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly January 1637/8-September 1664
Volume 1, Page 441   View pdf image (33K)
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Assembly Proceedings, April 1662. 441

The two howses after the readeing of the Lawes joyned in
this Declaracon (that all publike money by theis Acts to be
leauyed shall be assessed by the Governor and Councell, as
also the publike charge of three thousand pounds of tobacco
brought into the lower howse this day for publike Expence
which being ended The Chancellor by order from the Leiue-
tennt Generall Declared that the howse was Dissolved :

Acts made at a Sessions
of Generall Assembly
begun and held at St Marys
the first of Aprill 1662
by the honoble Charles Calvert
Esqr Gouernor of the Province
of Maryland

Whereat were prsent Charles Caluert Esqr Leiutent Generall
Philip Calvert Esqr Deputy Leiuett and Chancellor Henry
Sewall Esqr Secretary Robert Clarke Baker Brooke Edward
Lloyd Capt James Neale and Mr John Bateman Esqrs Councellrs
As alsoe the Burgesses of each respective county (vizt)
St Marys County Coll. William Euans Luke Gardner Thomas
Turner and Richard Willan Gent:

Kent County Capt Robert Vaughan and Richard Blunt Gent:

U. H.
p. 136

Calvert County Richard Preston Capt Thomas Manning
Leivtennt Thomas Trueman and Richard
Smith Gent:

Anne Arrundell County Robt Burle Richard Beard and Ralph
Hawkins Gent:

Charles County Zachary Wade Gent:

Baltemore County Coll Nathaniell Vtye and Capt Thomas
Stockett Gent:

Talbott County Leivetennt Richard Woollman Gent:

An Acte Concerning those Servts
that haue Bastards

Whereas Divers weomen Servants withia this Province not
haveing husbands liveing with them, have been gotten with
Child in the time of their Servitude to the greate dishonor of
God and apparent damage to the Mrs or Owners of such Servants
and noe Lawe yett provideing where the Damage shall bee
Recoverable for Remedy whereof Be it enacted by the Lord
Proprietary by and with the Consent of the Vpper and Lower

p. 137

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