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Acts of the General Assembly hitherto unpublished 1694-1698, 1711-1729
Volume 38, Page 430   View pdf image (33K)
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430 Appendix.

" The Care that this Governeur has taken, during his Adminis-
tration, to have due Honour paid to his Majesties Authority, To
Assert his Prerogative, To Establish and Secure the Protestant
Interest and Government of this Province, To Encourage Virtue, To
Punish and Discountenance all Immorality and Prophaneness, To
Support the Magistrates in the Administration of Justice, To give
Prerogative and Priviledge their Rights, and, To Render unto All
their Due, cannot but be Evident to every discerning Reader, by the
Laws that appear to have been made to those good Ends. In the
passing whereof there has been such Perfect Harmony betwixt the
Right Honourable, the Lord Proprietor, and his Lordships Noble
Guardian, their Governeur, and the People of this Province, that not
any one of those good Laws, that have been obtained by the Gov-
erneur in the Country, have met with the least Discountenance from
their Lordships, but so far as yet appears, have been favoured with
their Applause and Approbation. A Demonstration that both Lords,
Governeur and People are unanimous in their Resolution of Duty
to GOD and the KING.
" In the Collection of these Laws, the Records and Original Rolls
have been carefully Examined, and great care taken in the Preparing
the Copy for the Press, and Printing it; But as the Copies (for
Expedition sake) have been made by several Hands, and some only
from Attested Copies, the Reader is desired to excuse what literal
Mistakes may have happened either in the Copies or by the Remote-
ness of the Press, which rendred the Examination and Correction
thereof Impracticable to the publisher; tho' it may be justly affirmed,
There are none such to be found, but what are easy to be Corrected
by the Readers own Observation.
" I shall not longer try the Readers patience, save only, just to
tell him, That, since the General Assembly of Maryland has En-
couraged the Work, and I have done my best Endeavours to render
it Compleat and Useful, I hope I shall not fail of being feelingly
convinced how well he does approve it. I am,
" Courteous Reader,
" Your very Humble Servant,


No. 278

Instructions Powers & Authoritys to be observed & pursued by
Nicholas Lowe Esqr my Agent & Receiver General in Maryland.
Given by me this fifth day of December Anno Domini 1722.

C: Baltimore


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Acts of the General Assembly hitherto unpublished 1694-1698, 1711-1729
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