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Proceedings of the Council of Maryland, 1698-1731
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         Proceedings of the Council of Maryland, 1707. 223


      Then he was ordered to withdraw, And the board Resolved Lib. C. B.

    he be Comitted for high Treason.

      John Welch brought before his Excy & the board and

    Charged with Associateing with Richard Clarke last winter

    in Christmas last at his Brother Silvester Weiches house

    together with Wintersell and Harrison and also for receiving

    him in his owne house in the night when said Clarke Came

    with Harrison the Last Winter

      Silvester Welch being again Sent for denyed that ever

    Clarke or Harrison were at his house in Christmas Last.

      Advised that Clarke Wife and his son Neale Clarke be

    released upon giving moderate bayle and assureance not to

    come near her husband or Converse with him but keep her

    self at her Brother Daniells, And that Assureance be given

    the boy shall not goe to him.

      And Daniell Wells be Admitted to bayle giveing good p. 85


      Ordered that Notice be sent to the Justices of the Provin

    ciall Court of that Comission being altered so that their

    attendance will not be necessary at the next Court

      Mr Amos Garrett Called before the board is told he shall

    have his Servant William Stimpson delivered him out of

    prison if he will oblige himself The said Stimpson shall not

    disturbe the peace of the Country. Mr Garrett says he will

    not be obliged for his behaviour.




        Att a Councill held  the 30th of September 1707 p. 86


                    His Excy the Govr

    The honble Thomas Tench Esq        Coll Holland

             Majr Genll John Hamond    Coll Ennalls &

             Majr Genll Lloyd      Coll Coursey


      His Excellency acquaints the board how much he resents

    the Neglect of the Sherriff of Ann Arundell County in Suf

    fering the three Malletts who had robbed the Indian Tombes

    to Escape, and that he was resolved he should be prosecuted

    for his Carelessness, and desired their opinion whether upon

    Representing the Matter to the Judges of the Provinciall

    Court it would not be Sufficient Ground for them to fine him

    therefore To which the board are of opinion that it will.

      The ill behaviour of Severall Attorneys practiceing in the

    provinciall & County Courts of this province who often En

    deavour to be very popular and independent of the Govern

    ment falling under the Consideration of his Excy and this


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