3 Bill for Relief of Debtors and ascertaining the Manner
of Tenders in Tobacco
4 Bill ascertaining what shall be allowed to Grand and Petit
5 Bill for more speedy conveying publick Letters and
6 Bill for Direction of Sheriffs Office
7 Bill against false packing Tobacco
8 Bill impowering the Justices to regulate the Bounds of
9 Bill reviving an Act prohibiting the Importation of Bread
10 Bill for regulating Writs of Errors &ta
11 Bill for Payment and Assessment of the publick Levy.
12 Bill for Relief of John Coale of Charles County.
13 Bill for Relief of Josias Crouch of Kent County
14 Bill for Naturalization of Stephen Rich, John Lamee and
15 Bill for Relief of John Smith of Cecil County.
16 Bill for Relief of Henry Acton of Charles County
17 Bill for Relief of Anthony loy.
All which said Bills the Honble President was pleased to
Enact into Laws by sealing them with the great Seal and in-
dorsing them separately
Nov. 14th 1713
On Behalf of our Sovereign Lady Queen Anne of Great
Britain &ta I will this be a Law.
Edwd Lloyd Presidt
Then his Honour was pleased to declare that with Advice
of her Maty's Council he thought fit to prorogue this present
General Assembly to the ninth Day of March next and pro-
rogued them accordingly
Mr Speaker and the House return to their own House
where Mr Speaker resumed the Chair and declared the Honble
President's Pleasure for proroguing this present General
Assembly and the House accordingly prorogued themselves
to the aforesaid ninth Day of March next.
So ended this present Session of Assembly on Saturday the
14th Day of Novr in the 12th Year of her Majesty's Reign.