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Proceedings of the Council of Maryland, 1667-1687/8
Volume 5, Page 44   View pdf image (33K)
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44 Proceedings of the Council of Maryland, 1667-75.

Liber A. M.

Lands by Pattent or Grant under the Great Seal of this Prov-
ince to Each respective person when demanded within seven
years time allowed each person for the making good their
rights for every of the said Lands so by them first Surveyed
on Virginia part, and now to be holden by his Lordships Grant
within this Province at fifty Acres for every Right of Land so
by them to be made good according to his Lordships Con-
ditions of Plantation. Given under my hand this 11t. day of
Iune 1668.
Charles Calvert

p. 62

Articles of Agreement between Philip Calvert Esqr
Chancellor of Maryland deputed by the honble the
Governor of the said Province to treat and Conclude
upon the Bounds of the said Prov5 and Colo Edmund
Scarburgh his Majestys Surveyor General of Virginia
Authorised and Commanded to lay out the Bounds of


1 Imprimis It is agreed that all Persons who have Surveyed
or Patented and seated Lands on the Seaboard Side in the
Right of Virginia and now fallen within the divisional Line
shall enjoy their said Lands they taking a Patent from the
Lord Proprietary of Maryland and within seven years entring
rights in the said Province and paying the half fees to the
Surveyor General and full fees to the Secretary and Chancellor
2 Item all such as have already Pattented any Lands in
right of Virginia in any other place within the Line aforesaid
which is not also Pattented in Maryland shall have the Privi-
ledge in the foregoing Article allowed upon such terms as in
the said Article is Expressed
3 Item all such who have Pattented and seated Lands in
right of Virginia which do fall within the Line aforesaid & are
Pattented likewise in Maryland but not seated in the same
Right shall enjoy the same unless it can be proved they have
Seated the said Lands in defiance and despite of the said Govt
after warning Given provided they take Patents enter rights
and pay Fees as in the first article is agreed
4 Item if any Land shall chance to be pattented only in
right of Virginia for which there is also a Patent in Maryland
the Patent in Maryland shall carry the Land in witness whereof
the said Philip Calvert & Edmund Scarborough have hereunto
set their hands the 25th day of Iune 1668
Philip Calvert
Edmond Scarborough

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