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Proceedings of the Council of Maryland, 1636-1667
Volume 3, Page 450   View pdf image (33K)
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450 Proceedings of the Council of Maryland, 1661-1675.

Liber H. H.

John Half head, John Polard and Robert Macklane doe giue in
security to appeere there likewis to present their Complaint.

The Examination of John Elzey tooke
vppon oath in the Councell the 9o of Aprill 1662.
That that beeinge at Wiccocomaco on the Easterne shoare
certaine of the greate men of that towne came vnto this depot
and sayd that Mr John Nuttall had tould them that J this Dept
and others that came thether to take vpp land did belong to
the County of Accomack. and that wee weare not heere to in-
habit, for that land did belonge to the Province of Maryland.

p. 140

and if wee weare suffred to seate there amongst them, wee
would serue them as wee haue don our neighbour Jndians at
Accomack, and further this deponent sayeth that hee heard
there was a letter writt to to that effect, and som of Mr Reuels
seruants tould this deponent that there was a letter directed to
this Deponent to that effect by mr wright he referring to this
deponent whoe might bee the author, and further sayeth nott
Sworne at the Councell.

the 10 1662

To the honnorable Gouernor and Councell
The humble petition of Maurice Murffee.

That wheare as your Petitioner hath receiued much dammage
to his person with hazard of his life Receiued by Captn Robert
Troope whereby hee is made in capable of gettinge a liuely-
hood, and by which meanes his Cloathes and what goods hee
brought into the Province weare carryed a way by the vessell
in which hee was imported. Therefore your petitioner humbly
prayeth your honnors to take his present distressed condition
into your serious considerations for sustenance, and for the
cureinge of his wounds by the aboue nentioned Robt Troope,
and your petitioner shall pray

Aprill ditto Ordered that Mr Richard Loyd, Mr Lucke Gardner,
and Coll. Willm Euens doe take care of the within
mentioned Morice Murffee that they doe provide him dyet,
Cloathes, and lodgeinge, and likwise to see that Jaques Peon
ffrench surgeon doe carefully dress the wounds of sayd murffee
vntill it bee made a perfect cure which sayd charge shall be
satisfyed accordinge as the Provinciall Cort shall order

Then it was ordered that the Commissions for Sherriffs
should be sent with all speede to euery respectiue sherriff,
which are written in his verbis.

p. 149

Caecilius &c. Knowe yee that wee reposinge speciall con-
fidence and trust in you Mr Thomas Trueman and for that the

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