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Proceedings of the Council of Maryland, 1698-1731
Volume 25, Page 227   View pdf image (33K)
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        Proceedings of the Council of Maryland, 1707.     227


     The premisses Considered may it please your Excy & honrs Lib. C. B.

   to call yor petr before you in Order to his Examination about

   his Capacity, and to Admitt yor petr to plead in the said

   Courts haveing no other dependance or means to maintaine

   himself or family, Yor petr hereby promiseing a reformation

   of his former past behaviour. And as in duty bound he will


     His Excy and the Board Reflecting on the many misdemea- P 93

   nours the petitionr has been Guilty of and how often he had

   promised Reformation but had yett given so little proof there

   of they Unanimously resolve he should not be Admitted to

   practice in any of her Majestys Courts in this province having

   often Contemned and Affronted the Justices as well as abused

   his Clyants untill they were better Satisfied of his Change of

   Behaviour And the said Thomas Macnemarra is made Ac

   quainted therewith and told that then it will be time enough

   for him to apply hereafter to his Excy and this Board.




         Annapolis Munday December the 22d 1707.     p. 95


     The Weather being very hard and Severall of the members

   of her Majestys Councill dead others aged infirm and much

   indisposed. It was with great Difficulty his Excellency was

   able to procure a meeting of

     The honble Mr Prsident Tench Majr Gene Lloyd and Col


     To whom his Exncy was pleased to propose whether it were

   necessary Still to continue the present Guard on the Armes

   and Ammunition or only some part of them.

     Resolved that there is no present Inducement to this board

   to Advise his Exncy wholy to take of the said Guard but that

   they may be lessened to the Comander and Six men.

     There being two Shipps from England lately arrived and

   the Masters being very pressing for leave to Sayle when

   Loaden The Board do not think fitt to Advise his Excellency

   to Sufler them so to do for that it will not be consonant to her

   Majestys Royall Instruccons.

     His Excellency Acquaints the Board that upon the Death

   of Mr George Plater Navall Officer of Puttuxent He had

   thought fitt to appoint Mr John Rousby to Supply that Vac

   ancy upon very Good Recomendation And if this Board

   thought fltt he should be continued Mr Richard Bennett and

   Mr Samuel Chew Offered to be his Security. However desired

   if they knew any person more fitt to take Care of that office

   they would propose him, or if there were any objection to Mr p. 96


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