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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, October 1678-November 1683
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Assembly Proceedings, OctoberNovember 1682. 393

October 21 1681
William Boarman late high Sheriff of St Maries County prays
he may be Allowed in the publick Levy one thousand pounds
Tobacco for Executing William Sewick who was Condemned
to be hanged for Buggery—
William Boarman

And further prays he may be Allowed for the Imprisonment
of George Godfrey who was Committed to my Custody the
3d Day of August 1681 and receved his Lordships Gracious
pardon 21 November foll in all no Days which at 20ll of
Tobacco per Day. Amounts to the Sum of 2200ll of Tobacco
W Boarman.

The foregoing Paper was thus Endorsed Vizt

Upper house November 15th 1682.
Lett the Committee of Accounts take this into Consideration
Signed pr Order J LL Cl of Assembly

Coll Lowe sent to the Lower house to lett them know that
this house are now ready to proceed to the tryall of Iacob
Young and to desire those persons appointed by the Lower
house to Manage the Impeachment to come and prosecute the
Same—
Coll Lowe returns with Answer that they will attend this
house immediately
Command given to the Sheriff of St Maries County to have
Iacob Young his Prisoner forthwith before this house, The
said Jacob is accordingly brought to the Barr
The Members of the Lower house Committees appointed to
prosecute the Impeachmt are Admitted into this house, The
Speaker & the the rest of the Members of the Lower house also.
Read then the Impeachment Exhibited by the Lower house
against the Prisoner and the Prisoners Answer thereunto—
Demanded of the Prisoner whether or no he hath any Wit-
nesses ready to make Appear what in his Answer he Alledgeth
he can prove—
For answer he saith he hath not any Witnesses here ready
but desires that Mr Bland his Council Assigned may Speak
for him, which was denyed him unless Matter of Law should
arise upon tryall—
This house in Consideration that the Prisoner hath not his
Witnesses ready, & that he may not be Surprized in a Case
of so great Moment have thought fitt to allow further time till
next Assembly for him to provide his Witnesses—
He is remanded into the Custody of the Sheriff of St Maries
County there to remain till the next Assembly—
Adjourn till to Morrow Morning 8 a Clock

U. H: Journal
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