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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, March, 1707-November, 1710
Volume 27, Page 88   View pdf image (33K)
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88 Assembly Proceedings, March 26- April 15, 1707.

L. H. J.

Ordered That the Bill for Confirmation of Kingston's will
lye on the Table till to morrow morning and then this House
will proceed to debate the same
The following Message being prepared was read in the
House and ordered to be entered Viz.

By the House of Delegates April 3d 1707.

In Answer to the Message requiring a Conference about the
placing the Court House of Talbot County this House have
appointed a select number of their members who will be ready
to confer with the honble Council as soon as your Excellency
and Honours shall give Orders for it
Signed p Order W Taylard Cl. Ho. Del.

p. 117

Which being read and approved of was sent up to his Ex-
cellency and Council by Mr Hugh Eccleston. He returns and
says he delivered the same.
Bill for constituting Itinerant Judges &ta Read the second
Time and being debated, put to the Question whether the Bill
shall pass with Amendment or not? Carry ed by Majority of
Votes that it do not pass.
Bill for suspending (during the Queen's Pleasure) the Prose-
cution of Romish Priests &ta
Sent up to his Excellency and Council by Colo
Blay and Mr
Joseph Ennalls for their Honrs Concurrence
They return and say they delivered the Bill
The House adjourns till to Morrow Morning 7 o'clock.

Friday April 4th 1707

The House met again, Being called over were present as
yesterday with the Addition of Mr Thomas Greenfield a
member for Prince George's County.
Upon reading the Depositions and Papers relating to the
late Disturbances; it is Resolved by this House That Appli-
cation be made to his Excellency that he would please to give
Mr Attorney General Orders to prosecute the Offenders
The Honble John Hammond, Colo
Lloyd, and Mr William
Coursey enter the House and delivers Mr Speaker the following
Message. Ordered to be read and entered

By his Excellency the Governor and Council in Assembly
April 4th 1707

His Excellency has been pleased to appoint the Honble
Hammond Colo
Lloyd and Major William Coursey imme-

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