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Proceedings of the Council of Maryland, 1636-1667
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Proceedings of the Council of Maryland, 1636-1647. 91

be determined in the Court and in all other occasions of
Importance touching the Command or Governrnt formerly by
these presents Comitted to him) Given 29th Aprill 1640.

Liber F.

30th Aprill 1640
Cecilius &c To our trusty John Robinson high Constable of
St Clements hundred Greeting We Doe hereby Appoint and

p. 143

Authorise you to be Coroner of St Clements hundred and
upon notice or Suspition of any person that hath or Shall come
to his or her death untimely with in the limitts of that hundred,
to warn as many Inhabitants of the Said hundred as you con-
veniently may to view the dead body and to charge the Said
persons with an Oath truly to enquire and true Verdict to give
how the person viewed came by his or her death according to
their Evidence and whether any person fled for the Same, and
to charge any person or persons as Shall be Said to know any
thing therein with an Oath to give true Evidence to the Jury
how the person viewed came by his or her death, and the
Verdict of the Said Jury to put into writeing and the Same to
Certifie to our Secretary at St Maries by the first Convenient
means, And to doe all other things and to receive Such ffees,
as to a Coroner doe belong by the Law or usage of England.
Given at St Maries the Last day of Aprill 1640 Wittness our
Dear brother &c

Cecilius &c To our Trusty Thomas Games Marriner Greeting.

Memorandu that the last foregoeing Entry is Cross't
out in the Orriginal Record book

Cecilius &c to all &c Know Ye that We have granted and
doe hereby Give and Grant unto the bearer hereof Thomas
James Marriner ffree licence and Authority to export any Corne
bought or had of any Indians out of or through our Province
of Maryland unto any parts of New England and there to trade
the Same with any Inhabitants thereof and the goods or Como-
dities therewith bought or otherwise traded for to import unto
our Said Province of Maryland and there to utter or dispose
the Same at his best discretion, and We doe hereby will and
Command all Such Seamen and other passengers as Shall be
in the Vessell of the Said Thomas Games to be Obedient unto
the Said Thomas Games in all things as bents marriners or
passengers to be, And we will that this our Comission Continue
in force during pleasure of us or our Lieutenant General Given
5th May 1640.

Cecilius &c To our Trusty Henry Bishop Greeting We Doe
hereby authorise and withall will and require you To attach

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