And Ordered to be sent to the lower howse
The answere of the lower howse touching the Act for Negros
To the first whether free weomen marryed to Slaves shall be
Constrayned to serve during their husbands lives?
In the negative
To the 2d issues already borne of such marryages whether
bond or free
To serve thirty yeares by the Major Vote.
To the last vizt the issues hereafter borne &c. To serve
likewise 30 yeares
Then was read the Act Concerning Negros and other Slaves
assented to by the vpper howse and sent to the lower.
The howse Ajourned till to
Tuesday September 20th
Present as yesterday
Then was brought in and read an Act Concerning Negros
and other Slaves assented to by the lower howse and after
readeing itt Ordered to be ingrosed.
Then came in Marmaduke Snowe and Thomas Gerrard and
prferred his answere to the Errors (vizt)
The answere of Thomas Gerrard to the errors assigned by
Marmaduke Snowe pit in a case depending between the sd
Gerrard & the said Snowe in a Courte of Chancery held 21th
ffirst That Snowes first Error alledged is meere fiction, sup-
posicon and false for that there was never any Recognizance
of the sd Gerrard given in any Court of Chancery in this Pro-
vince Relateing to the sd Snowe or others from whome he