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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, 1769-1770
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The Lower House. 405


ffacts contained in the Petition of Henrietta Rogers, Mother and
natural Guardian of Nicholas Rogers, an Infant, November 16,th
1770 Your Committee beg Leave to report to your honourable
House, that it appears to your Committee, by an attested Copy of
the last Will and Testament of Nicholas Rogers late of Baltimore
Town, deceased, that the same Nicholas Rogers devised the two Lots
of Ground mentioned in the said Petition to the aforesaid Nicholas
Rogers, the Son, in Fee: That the said Nicholas, the Devisee, is an
Infant, now about seventeen Years of Age: That the said Lots are
very little improved, and in their present State yield but small Profit,
and though your Committee do not know how much annual Ground
Rent the said Lots might be lett for, yet, from the very high Ground
Rent at which the small Parcels of Ground, in Baltimore Town, are
demised at, on long Leases renewable forever, your Committee are
of Opinion, that the granting the Prayer of the said Petition will
be much to the Interest of the Infant. All which is humbly submitted
to the Consideration of your honourable House
Signed per Order Ralph Dobinson, Cl.

Which was read and concurred with
The Petition of Henrietta Rogers read a second Time and granted

Leave given to the Petitioner to bring in a Bill according to the
Prayer of the Petition

M.r Johnson delivers to M.r Speaker, a Bill, entitled, An Act to
impower Henrietta Rogers, Mother and natural Guardian of Nicholas
Rogers, an Infant, to demise Part of the real Estate devised to him
by Nicholas Rogers, his Father, late of Baltimore Town, deceased,
and for other Purposes therein mentioned

The Bill for the Relief of certain Prisoners in the several Jails
therein mentioned, and the Message brought in this Day by M.r
Ringgold, were sent to the Upper House by M.r Dashiell and M.r
Tyler They return, and acquaint M.r Speaker they delivered the
Bill and Message.

Ordered, That Samuel Luckett do pay unto Henry Barkley the
Sum of four Pounds five Shillings Current Money, in Dollars at
seven Shillings and six Pence each, for Nine Days Attendance as
an Evidence in Support of the Complaint of Samuel Luckett against
John Addison, Sheriff of Prince George's County, and for Eight
Days Itinerant Charges under two different Summonses
M.r Tilghman brings in, and delivers to M.r Speaker an Address
to his Excellency, which was read and ordered to lie on the Table
Daniel Dulany, Esq from the Upper House, delivers to M.r
Speaker the Bill, entitled, A Supplementary Act to the Act, entitled,
An Act for the Relief of the Poor within the several Counties therein
mentioned; thus indorsed: "By the Upper House of Assembly,
29

L. H. J.
Liber No. 54
Nov. 1 6



 
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