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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, 1769-1770
Volume 62, Page 403   View pdf image (33K)
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The Lower House. 403


By the Committee appointed to tax the ffees arising due on the
Complaint of Job Garretson against Daniel Chamier, Sheriff of Balti-
more County, and Moses Galloway and John Ross, his Deputies.
Your Committee, in Obedience to the Order of the House, have
enquired into the ffees and Expences incurred on the above Com-
plaint, and do find the same as follows, in Common Money, Viz.t

L. H. J.
Liber No. 54
Nov. 15

To the Clerk for Process against the Parties, @ 3/ .........

£0.

9

.0

To ditto for four Summonses at 3/...................

0.

.12.

.0

To the berjeant tor serving the Process and Summonses

1

1

.0

at 3/ .....................................




To Cash paid for Messenger to Baltimore to serve the




Process and Summonses .........................

1

15

.0

To James Madewell for 7 Days Attendance, and Eight"




Days Itinerant Charges, in coming twice to Annapolis at

3

15

.0

5/. p Day.....................................




To Alexander Madewell the same ...................

3

15

.0

To Mark Alexander three Days Attendance, and four




Days Itinerant Charges @ ditto ...................

1

15

0

To Job Garretson the Complainant, for Seven Days At-




tendance, and Eight Days Itinerant Charges in coming

3-

15

0

twice to Annapolis at ditto .......................




For three Commitments @ 4/ ......................

o.

.12.

.0


£17.

9

.0

All which is submitted to the Consideration of the House.
Signed per Order Ralph Dobinson Cl.

Which was read and concurred with
William Hayward, Esq; from the Upper House, delivers to M.r
Speaker, the Bill, entitled, An Act for the Establishment of a Chapel
of Ease in Saint Peter's Parish, in Talbot County; thus indorsed:
"By the Upper House of Assembly, November 15.th 1770: Read the
first and second Time, by an especial Order, and will pass.
Signed by Order, U Scott Cl. Up. Ho."

Which was read here and passed for ingrossing
William Fitzhugh, Esq from the Upper House, delivers to M.r
Speaker, the Bill, entitled, An Act for explaining a Clause, in An
Act, entitled, An Act for the Encouragement of an Iron Manufacture
within this Province; thus indorsed: "By the Upper House of As-
sembly, November 15.th 1770: Read the first and second Time, by
an especial Order, and will not pass.
Signed by Order, U Scott Cl. Up. Ho."

Ordered, That the Serjeant at Arms attending this House, do take
into his Custody, the Body of Michael Lowe, of Prince George's

p. 169



 
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