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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, March, 1707-November, 1710
Volume 27, Page 235   View pdf image (33K)
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The Upper House. 235

Fryday December the 3d 1708
The Council met present as yesterday

Then was read the Petition of diverse the Inhabit" of Queen
Ann Talbott & Dorchester Countys praying to have a Town
Erected at the mouth of Tuckahoe Creek instead of King's
Town for their better Conveniency which was recommended
to the House of Delegates
Also the Petition of Alexander Frazier & Sarah his Wife
Relict of Thos Starling of Calvert County deceased on behalf
of Christian Starling the Daughter & Heiress of the sd Thos
Starling praying leave to bring in a bill to sell Lands of the
sd Thos's to redeem the mortgage of the Dwelling Plantation
and Tract of Land called Majors Choice which was recom-
mended to the House of Delegates
The Petition of Capt John Hyde mercht in London and
Susannah Gandy Relict of John Gandy mariner decd on be-
half of the Heir at Law of the said Gandy as to several Tracts
of Land purchased by the said Gandy in this Province the
Deeds whereof were burnt in the Court House Read &
recommended to the House that a Bill be brought in to
relieve them
John Stalling's Petition and his Wife's
Mr George Parker & Richd Acton's Petition

U. H. J.

The Petition of Justus Englehard Ketclin Painter a German
read praying leave a Bill may be brought in to naturalize him
Recommended to the Assembly
And the Petition for St Mary's County Court house Removal,
and Richd Acton's petition sent to the House by Colonel
Greenfield & Mr Lynes.
Mr Macall Mr Whittington Col Maxwell & Capt Crabb from
the House with the following message.

May it Please your Excell.
This House having under Consideration that part of your
Speech relating to Itinerant Judges do find some difficultys
relating to the Charges that will accrue thereby which they
cannot well Calculate
Therefore humbly desire that your Excell would be pleased
to order a Scheme of the Charges may be drawn up and laid
before this House for their Inspection.
Signed p Order R Dallam Cl Ho Del.

Major Genl Lloyd Col Holland and Mr Saml Young and
Col Greenfield sent with the following answer Viz.

p. 569

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