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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, 1717-April, 1720
Volume 33, Page 284   View pdf image (33K)
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284 Assembly Proceedings, April 22-May 10, 1718.

L. H. J.

10. An engrost Bill for qualifying John Steele of the City
of Annapolis to hold Offices within this Province,
11. An Engrost Bill declaring the rights of three Lotts
originally laid out in Annapolis for the uses therein menconed.
12. An Engrost Supplementary Bill to the Act for better
Admrn of Justice in Testamenry Affairs.
13. An engrost Bill for the Relief of severall poor prison-
ers therein menconed.

14. An engrost Bill for Setling all Disputes concerning the
Boundaries of the Severall Lots within the City of Annapolis

15. An engrost Bill for ascertaining the Bounds of Land
within this Province.
16. An engrost Bill to limit the Continuance of accons in
Severall Courts within this Province and ascertaining the
manner of taking the Evidence of Seafaring men, and for
granting Appeals from the Chancery Court to the Governour
and Councill.

p. 115

17. An Engrost Bill for the better Supporting the Magis-
trates in the Administracon of Justice within this Province
and for the disabling Thomas Macnemara Esqr to practice

18. An engrost Bill empowering a Comittee to lay Assess
and Apportion the publick Levy for this present yeare 1718
After which his Excy was pleased to make the following
Speech viz:

Gentlemen of the Upper & Lower Houses of Assembly
It is with the utmost Joy and Satisfaccon I conclude this
Session with my return of thanks on the behalf of the right
honble the Lord Propry for that dutifull and Affectionate Re-
gard you have paid to his person and Government, and in a
particular manner I make you his Lpps Acknoweldgements
for your restoring the Eight p Cent formerly deducted ; which
Candor in your Proceedings will not fail of being most Grate-
full to his Lpp Nor shall I be wanting to let his Lpp know his
Felicity of being Ruler over a People equally just and kind.
Your Close and diligent Applicacon to the Business of this
Assembly, the unanymity with wch it was Carryed on, the
Seasonable and Salutary Laws you have made as they are the
Effects of wise and well Concerted Councills so they cannot
be too much Applauded

p. 116

For what relates to my own particular, you have been So
indulgent to me, that Thanks alone would be too poor an
Offering for that favourable Sense you have of my Admrn

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