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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, April 1666-June 1676
Volume 2, Page 269   View pdf image
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Assembly Proceedings, March — April 1671. 269

tobo for each Naturalization and that the said Clerk have for
every Petition Exhibited or brought to their House the Sum of
1sh & for all Copys of private Business 1sh p sheet at the rate
of 15 lines to the Sheet
Ordered that the Clerk of this House have & receive for
each Petition exhibited or to be Exhibited into this House the
Sum of 2s. 6d & for a Copy of any private Business brought or
to be brought into this house the sd twelve pence p sheet at
the rate of 15 lines to the Sheet
The Lower House by Mr Hamilton & Capt Burgess sent
this following Resolve to this house Viz.

18th April 1671
At the Lower House of Assembly
This House in order to the Charge agt Richd Tilghman do
humbly Conceive that the said Charge sent to the Upper House
by the Lower House was Sufficiently proved as to the two first
Articles that day this House waited upon the Upper House by
the said Richard Tilghman's Confession & Acknowledgm? And
as to the rest of the Articles in the said Charge this House
did send up such Witnesses as they had to produce to make
good the same Viz. John Hinson & Nicholas Brooke whose
Petitions were Annexed to the said Charge & therefore that
this House left the whole Matter to the Consideration & Judg-
ment of the Upper House & so have resolved that they do

U. H.

not intend & think it not necessary to proceed any further
Signed by order of the Lower house of Assembly
Robt Carvile Clk.

Whereupon & upon reading of the Proofs taken in this
Ordered that the sd Rd Tilghman be dismissed without day
Burgess & al. | Robt Carvile the Attorney of the said Mr Bur-
con | gess &c. exhibited certain Errors to this
Hooper. | House —
Ordered by this House that no Advantage shall be taken of
the day of Retorn of the Writt of Error by which the Writt
became Vicious by the delay of meeting of the Assembly And
that Copys of the Errors be Executed to either Party that a
Scire facias issue to Hooper to hear the said Errors in this
house retornable the first day of the next Session of this As-
sembly And that in the mean time Execution upon the Judg-
ment aforesd be superseded
This House desires Sr Wm Talbott & Col. Calvert to acquaint
the Lower House that the Governour was ready to pass the
Acts & to Compleat the Session

p. 204

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