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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, March, 1707-November, 1710
Volume 27, Page 74   View pdf image (33K)
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74 Assembly Proceedings, March 26- April 15, 1707.

L. H. J.

the fittest and discreetest Persons in this Province who are
likewise to be appointed Justices Itinerant to go the Circuits
through every County; if the House think fit to appoint a
select Number of their Members his Excellency will give them
better Satisfaction by reading before them her Majesty's
Gracious Instructions therefore
Signed p Order W Bladen Cl. Co.

Which said Message being read it is ordered by the House
that Mr Robert Bradley, Mr Joseph Hill, Mr Hugh Eccleston,
Mr John Mackall, Mr Robert Skinner, Mr John Waters, Mr
Robert Goldsborough, and Mr Edward Blay attend his Excel-
lency to hear her Majesty's Instructions.
And ordered the following Message be sent.

p. 106

By the House of Delegates March 31st 1707

May it please Your Excellenry,
Upon reading Your Excellency's Message of Saturday by
Thomas Tench Esqr relating to her Majesty's Royal Com-
mands concerning Itinerant Judges &ta this House have
ordered and appointed a select number of members to attend
Your Excellency when you shall please to give Orders
Signed p Order W. Taylard Cl. Ho. Del.

Which being read ordered that Mr Hudson and Mr William
Stone carry the same up to his Excellency. They return and
say they delivered the same.
The House adjourns till two O'Clock Afternoon

Post Meridiem. The House met again according to Adjourn-
ment Being called over were present as in the morning and
Mr Samuel Magruder who informed the House of Mr Tyler's
Indisposition that he could not attend the House and was
The Honble Thomas Tench and Colo
Hammond enters the
House and delivers Mr Speaker Colo
Smithson's Petition and
Message relating to Towns in Ann Arundel County; the Con-
sideration whereof is longer referred
Mr Acquila Paca late High Sheriff of Baltimore County
according to Order of this House made his Appearance and
delivers Mr Speaker a Counterpart of an Indenture for Elec-
tion of Mr John Hall a member for that County and declared
that he returned the Original a long Time since. Upon which
he withdrew.

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