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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, April 1666-June 1676
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Assembly Proceedings, April May 1666. 11

things to object against them, which was Granted & promised
to be sent for when the Interpreters are come

Present Mr Trueman & Mr Coursey

U. H.

The Howse Adjourned till one of the Clock

At one of the Clock in the Afternoon the House met again
Then was read the petition of Marmaduke Snowe which is
as followeth

To the honourable the Upper House of Assembly
The humble Petition of Marmaduke Snowe humbly Sheweth
That whereas there are Errors assigned by Thos Gerrard Gent,
against your Petitioner to be heard before your Honours in
this honourable Assembly
And forasmuch as your Petitioner being lame & sickly &
the Ordinary at this present so full of People that Accommoda-
tions are wanting to your Petitioners Condition in reference to
a Continuance
He therefore humbly prays your Honours to cause the sd
Errors to be heard this day otherwise your Honours would be
pleased to appoint a day for hearing the same at your Honours
Discretion whereby your Petitioner may then attend upon this
honourable Assembly for that End
And he shall pray et

And upon the said Petition ordered that on Tuesday next
his Business be heard & in the mean time that Mr Gerrard his
Attorny have timely notice given him to appear
Ordered that a Member of this House go to the Lower
House to tell them that to morrow morning this House will
accept of the Conference from the Indians, & that then they
may come to declare their Objections against them according to
the Order afore-mentioned & that Mr Matthews the Interpreter
have notice then to attend.
And Notice was given accordingly
Then came Mr Thomas Notley & Mr Jno Morecraft the At-
tornys of Thomas Gerrard & presented this following petition

To the honourable Charles Calvert Esqr
Lieutenant General & Governr & the Rest of the Council
The humble Petition of Thomas Gerrard Sheweth That
whereas your Petitioner acknowledged a Recognisance before
the Lord proprietary of this Province of One thousand pounds
sterling with a defeazance thereupon to Abel Snowe Who as-
signed the same to Judith Snowe who assigned to Marma-
duke Snowe who sued out a scire facias thereupon & at a
Provincial Court the sixth day of October 1664 had order
to have Execution thereupon for £1000 sterl. whereupon the

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