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Proceedings of the Council of Maryland, 1698-1731
Volume 25, Page 187   View pdf image (33K)
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     Proceedings of the Council of Maryland, 1705. 187


               Thursday Aprill the 10th 1705.                    Lib. C. B.

                The Councill Sate. Present

                His Excellency the Governour

      The honrble Thomas Tench Esqr Robert Smith Esqr Coll

     John Hamond Lt Coll William Holland James Sanders Esqr

     Coll Thomas Ennalls.


      The Question being Put that considering our Present Cir

     cumstances with the Piscattaway Indians and other Emer

     gencys whether it is not absolutely necessary the Assembly

     should meete in Some Short time and at what time they

     being now Prorogued to the 6th of May, Resolved and

     advised that the Assembly Sitt the 15th of May next.


      As to Lt Charles Beales mismanagement in relation to        p. 32

     Clarke His Excellency and the Boarde are willing to pass

     the Same by for his ffathers Sake; but Ordered that he be

     cautioned to use more Discretion for the ifuture and that

     Coll Beale be wrote to, to go and Inspect them once in

     Tenn or ffifteen Days.

      Resolved that Since the Piscattaway Indians have failed to

     Come in according to Expectation that the Eastern Shore

     Indians be Advised to confine themselves to the Eastern

     Shore untill this Matter be Settled And that Coll Ennalls

     give them Such caution And that Limitts be Sett to the

     Indians not to come within ffive miles of any the Christian

     Plantations in Baltimore Ann Arundell & Prince Georges

     Countys, but if any Such Indians be found without their

     Limitts they be Seized and brought before his Excellency

     the Governour, And that Speedy notice be given the Indians

     to be sent by Majr Wilson

      The Abstract of Mr Tobias Bowles of Deals Letter of the

      of August 1704, being read at the Boarde, His Excel

     lency is Pleased to require their Opinion Whether they do

     not think such Sort of Advices do not much amuse & Dis

     turbe the Inhabitants And whether it may not be fltt to

     Represent the Same to her most Sacred Majesty & the

     Councill of England To which the Board do Answer they p.

     do thinke it highly Reasonable & ffitting It being very

     Prejuditial as to the Crowne and Kingdom of England as this

     Province & tending to the Encouragement of persons dis

     affected to her Majesty Governmt

      As to the Strumbulo and Shipps now in the Country.

      The Councill are of Opinion She is no convoy nor thinke

     flitting to lett the Shipps be cleared, but Order that the

     Navall Officers be cautioned not to clear any Shipps without

     his Excellencys perticular Order or Lett pass, which Order is

     Continued & the Navall Officers and Collectors ordered to


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