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Acts of the General Assembly hitherto unpublished 1694-1698, 1711-1729
Volume 38, Page 109   View pdf image (33K)
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Acts. 109

Which said bond when taken if by the County Courts in form as
aforesaid shall be by the Comrs thereof transmitted into the Secre-
tarys Office together with all other Sheriffs bonds formerly given and
now lodged among the County Records to the End all persons
injured or grieved may readily know where to apply themselves for
redress, and the said Comrs before whome such bond shall be taken
are hereby required & Injoyned to take new Securetys yearly and
every year of such Sheriffs so long as they shall continue in the said
Office having speciall regard not to admitt any person to be security
aforesaid but such as are good & substantiall house holders within
their County, and for Encouragement of such persons now bearing
or that shall hereafter bear the said office of Sheriff & who shall
pontualley comply with the Countrys Creditrs for repairing the
Creditt which of late years it hath lost, It is allso hereby further
Enacted that it shall and may be Lawfull for his Majtys Governr of
this Province for the time being where no just complaint is made
against any person or persons bearing the Office of Sheriff aforesaid
to continue and make good there Comission for the Time & tearm of
three years successively but no longer any former Act of this Prov-
ince to the contrary notwithstanding.

C. O. 5,
Vol. 731,

An Act for apportioning the publick Levey
Whereas their hath been four hundred & Fifty one Thousand
Two hundred & Thirty & Three pounds of Tobacco expended laid
out and disburst by severall the inhabitants of this Province in dis-
charge of the publick debts of this Province. Therefore be it Enacted
by the Kings most Excellent Majty etc. that these severall persons
following, viz. Mr Philip Clerk of St. Marys County Majr Tho :
Smith for Kent Mr John Hammond for Ann arrundell County
Mr Thomas Tasker for Calvert County Capta Philip Hoskins for
Charles County Mr John Hall for Baltimore County Mr Robt Smith
for Talbott Mr Francis Jenkins for Somersett County Mr John
Pollard for Dorchester County Major John Thompson for Ceecill
County Mr Wm Hatton for Prince Georges County The present
burgeses & Deligates of the said severall and respective Countys,
they or the major part of them togeather with the Honble Sir Tho :
Lawrence Barntt and Tho: Tench Esqre two of his Majtys Honble
Councill be & are hereby authorized nominated and appointed a
Comittee for apportioning the above sum of 451233ls of Tobacco
allowed to the severall persons according to the Jurnll of Committee
of Accounts this present Session of Assembly which said severall
persons are hereby required & appointed to meet at the Port and
towne of Annapolis in the County of Annarrundell on the 11th day
of October next Ensueing this Sessions of Assembly & so to adjurn

Acts of
June, 1697,
ch. 11

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