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Proceedings of the Council of Maryland, 1667-1687/8
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Proceedings of the Council of Maryland, 1667-75. 107

or Assigns trading with any Indians as aforesaid we do hereby
Authorize and Impower the said Thomas Iones his Agents
Factors or Assigns to take seize or Suprize the said Person or
Persons so trading as aforesaid together with their Ship or
Ships Boats Vessels or Truck or any Skins or furrs Clandes-
tinely had or purchased and them to keep in safe Custody
until they shall be brought to a Legal Tryal before our chief
Governor of this Province and further we do hereby Command
and require all Persons within our said Province upon pain of
their Fidelity they owe unto us that they be aiding and assist-
ing unto the said Thomas Jones his Agents Factors or Assigns
in the taking siezing securing or apprehending of any Person
or Persons or their Ships Sloops or Boats trading as aforesaid
Contrary to our will and Pleasure herein before expressed and
further we do hereby Give and Grant unto him the said Thomas
Iones License to enter and Clear any Ship Vessel Sloop or
Boat that shall without our License ride Anchor or be within
the Liberties of our said Province .near at or Adjoyning to the
Whorekeil aforesaid or Sea board Side and the said Ship Sloop
Boat or other Vessel whatsoever so lying within the precints
of our said Province and refusing to make entry with the said
Thomas Iones accordingly the same Vessel so refusing to seize
in our name with all her Guns Tackle furniture and Ammuni-
tion and Apparel and the same in safe Custody keep till Order
about the same shall be taken by our Governor of our said
Province and lastly we will that this our Commission and

Liber A. M.

License to trade with the Indians to the said Thomas Iones his
Agents Factors or Assigns Continue & Remain in force from
the date hereof one year and thirty days and during Pleasure
after without being accomptable to us or or our heirs for the
Profits Seizures &ca for the term of one whole Year and thirty
days after the date of this our said Grant Commission and
License Given at our City of Saint Marys under the Great
Seal of our said Province of Maryland the 20th day of April in
the 40th Year of our Dominion over our said Province Annoq
Domini 1672 Witness our dear Son Charles Calvert Esqr our
Captain General and chief Governor of our said Province of
Maryland
Cha: Calvert

p.95

Maryland sst
By his Excellency the Capt Genl

These are in the name of the right honble the Lord Pro-
prietary to Constitute and appoint you Daniel Brown of
Worcester County Gent to be high Constable of the said
County during our Pleasure and also to Command and
Empower You to Execute all such writs process or precepts

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