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Acts of the General Assembly hitherto unpublished 1694-1698, 1711-1729
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230 Assembly Proceedings, 1694-1728.

Liber LL, 4

in practice Some of which now Appearing For remedy whereof Its
prayd that it may be Enacted And be it Enacted by the Right Hon-
ourable the Lord Propry by and with the Advice and Consent of his

p. 373

Lordships Governour and the Upper and Lower houses of Assembly
and the Authority of the same that when Ever differences shall Arise
between any of the Inhabitants of this province Touching the bounds
of their Lands and that if it shall so happen that Either the Com-
plainant or Defendant shall be related to the Major part of the
Comssrs Appointed in any County or have any Estate or Claime of
in or unto any Lands Contigious to the Lands in Dispute It shall
and may be Lawfull for the Remainder of such comissrs which are
Qualified To nominate appoint and Choose one or two good and
Lawfull freeholders (as the case shall require) dwelling in the said
County who after takeing the usuall oaths shall be Legally Quallified
to act with the remaining Commissioners in all such disputes (and
no other in as ample and Effectuall manners as any Comissrs what-
soever and shall Demand and receive the same Rewards for their
And Whereas the provision in the afd Act For the Comissrs
already appointed or hereafter to be appointed for Ascertaining the
bounds of Land in Each county seems to Admitt of a dispute in
respect of their Allowance p day To prevent which for the future
And to Explain such Ambiguous Expressions Be it Enacted by the
Authority afd By and with the Advice and consent afd That Each
and Every such Comissrs already Appointed or hereafter to be Ap-
pointed for Ascertaining the bounds of Land in Each Respective
County be allowed the sum of one hundred pounds of tobacco for
Each day they already have or hereafter shall Serve as Comssrs and
no more
And forasmuch as by the before recited Act no provision is made
for Comssrs of review Be it Enacted by and with the Authority
Advice and Consent aforesaid That there be allow'd to Each
Comissr of Review, the sum of One hundred pounds of Tobacco for
Each day, he shall serve, and attend and no more, to be paid by such
of the Contending partys as the said Comissrs shall Adjudge.

Acts of 1717,
ch. 11
p. 375

An Act Impowering John Oldham of Talbot County Gentleman to
Erect and Build a Wind Mill in the Town and port of Oxford on
the Town point in Talbot County.

Whereas the said John Oldham Together with severall others
Inhabitants at Oxford in talbot county have humbly petitioned this
present Genll Assembly that forasmuch as the building a Windmill
in the Town and port of oxford on the town point it being on the
Strand within the bounds in the Town aforesaid, would be Con-
venient for the Inhabitants thereof and all others Adjoyning they
humbly prayd Liberty to bring in a Bill to Enable the said John

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