ACTS OF THE ASSEMBLY PASSED DURING
NOVEMBER 5-21, 1770
At a Session of Assembly begun and held at the City of Annapolis
the fifth Day of November in the twentieth Year of the Dominion
of the Right Honourable Frederick Absolute Lord & Proprietary of
the Provinces of Maryland & Avalon Lord Baron of Baltimore & so
forth Annoque Domini one thousand seven hundred and seventy and
ending the twenty first Day of the same Month.
The following Laws were enacted & assented to by his Excellency
Robert Eden Esquire Governor.
No. 1 An Act for the Adjournment and Continuance of Baltimore County
Liber R. G.
Whereas An Adjournment of Baltimore County Court which is
now sitting is at this time Necessary many of the Members of the
Lower House being absent and Several of the Members whose At-
tendance on their Duty at this Session of Assembly cannot be dis-
penced with having also Necessary Business in the said Court —
Be it therefore Enacted by the right Honourable the Lord Pro-
prietary by and with the Advice and Consent of his Lordships
Governor and the Upper and Lower Houses of Assembly and the
Authority of the same that all causes Pleas Process and Proceedings
returnable to the said County Court or therein Now depending shall
be and are by Virtue of this Act Adjourned and Continued untill
Monday the third Day of December next and shall be on that Day
in the same State and Condition to all intents and Purposes as they
now are in any Law usage or Custom to the Contrary Notwith-
By the Lower House of
Assembly Nov.r 5.th 1770
Read and Assented to
Signed by Order
Jno Duckett Cl Lo. Ho.
On behalf of the right
Honourable the Lord
Proprietary of this Prov-
ince I will this be a Law
By the Upper House of
Assembly November 5th
1770 Read and Assented
Signed by Order
U Scott Cl. Up. Ho.
the great seal in
No. 2 An Act impowering Edward Tilghman, Solomon Wright and others
to sell certain Lands devised by Col.o Vincent Lowe formerly of
Talbot County to be sold for the Purposes by the said Devise
Whereas Edward Tilghman, Solomon Wright Attorney at Law
Mary Wright Widow Francis Barnes Jun.r and Philemon Murphy
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