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Proceedings of the Council of Maryland, 1667-1687/8
Volume 5, Page 560   View pdf image (33K)
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560 Proceedings of the Council of Maryland, 1684-89.

Liber B.
P. R. O.

7: That the Empr shall not make any new Peace with our
Enemies nor shall make any warr without the consent of the Rl
Honble the Lord Proprietary for the time being.
8: In case the said Ahopperoon or any Indian subject to him
shall kill Ababcoe or any of his Indians or any other in Peace
and Amity with the said Lord Proprietary shall be esteemed as
great an offence as killing an Englishman.
9: That in case any Indian or Indians of any other Nation
or Nations shall come within his Dominion or Territory and
shall by him or other Indians under him be entertained and that
of them the said Indians shall kill any English or kill or destroy
any hogges, Cattle or horses, or shall break up any English
mans house and steal his or their goods that the said Ahop-
peroon shall be responsible for the same and in case hereafter
he shall have knowledge of any murderer that killed David
Williams or any of his family that he shall be thereby engaged

p. 115

to deliver him up to Mr Thomas Walker or any other Magis-
trate to be by them conveyed to the Governor as soon as found.
10: That Ahopperoon shall pay yearely to the use of the
Lord Proprietary four Indian arrowes every yeare on the 20th
day of October to Mr Hutchins as an acknowledgment to his
Lordsp and as a token of the continuance of the Peace.
Lastly. It is further agreed that in case any Indian comitts
any offence against the English that they shall be tryed by the
English and punished according to the English law and if in
case any Englishman comits any offence against the Indians, in
like manner shall be punished according to the same.
Ahopperoon marke Empr

Nanticoke his

Presents made to
the Nant: Emp:

Their Honrs the Deputyes then presented
the aforesaid Emp: with a laced Coat a shirt

and hatt the which he very thankfully accepted, and with great
satisfaction the Indians then departed and took their leaves of
their Honrs

Coll: Wells appa
and discharge.

Coll. George Wells of Baltemore County
being summoned to appear here this pro-

vinciall Court touching a complaint by him made against Majr
Tho: of said County appeared accordingly and noe person
comeing to object anything against him was dismissed

Order Comrs St Ma:
County to lay leavy.

Ordered that a writt issue to the sheriff of

St Maryes Co: to call together the Justices to

lay the leavy of said County the first Tuesday in 8ber next.


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