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Proceedings of the Council of Maryland, 1687/8-1693
Volume 8, Page 527   View pdf image (33K)
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Proceedings of the Council of Maryland, 1692-1694. 527

thereunto the Government of Virginia had already supplyed
them with 600l Sterl he proposes & offers to deposit of his
own money for & in Behalf of this Province the Sum of Three
Hundred Pounds Sterl towards their further relief which is
gratefully accepted & acknowledged by the Board as a
favour, & Ordered that the same as such be recommended to
the next Assembly & left to their consideration how to Reim-
burse his Excclly

To his Excellency the Captain General with the honble
Council of State
The petition of Robt Eagle & George Eager
humbly sheweth
That your Petitioners are grand Iury Men who happening
to step to our Quarters to refresh our selves when we were
called in Court were fined, wherefore we humbly request that
your Honours will please to take of the Fine Since we have
duly attended & are willing so to do so long as Occasion shall
require and we your humble Petitioners
Shall ever pray &ca

The petition was granted & their fines laid by the Provcl
Court hereby remitted

Liber K.

To his Excellency Collo Lionel Copley Govr of Maryland
The humble petition of Saml Dryer & Susanna his Wife
In all humble manner sheweth
That your Petitioner some time since presented your Excllcy
with a petition setting forth that your Petitioner Susannah
upon the 7th Day of April last was violently set upon in the
Kings highway by one Ann Greene & dangerously wounded
beaten & left for dead & robbed of a lutestring hood & Silver
bodkin that your Petitioners procured a warrant the 9th of
April from Iustice Hammond & caused the said Ann Green
to be brought before the said Iustice Hammond by Neal
Clark Constable & altho the said Greene did confess the
same as your Petr can prove yet did not the said Iustice Ham-
mond bind the said Greene to appear & answer the same or
bind her to her good Behaviour or commit her altho your
Petitioners would have been bound to have prosecuted her
In answer to which petition your Excellency sent a Letter
to Collo Greenberry to examine the matter & to examine your
Petitioners witnesses that the said Collo Greenberry did not
send for all your petitioners witnesses to examine them &
Refused to take your petitioners oath or bind the said Greene
to answer the same or commit the said Green till she should
find Suretys for her good Behaviour, but advised the said

p. 219

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