tions were Enemies to the Peace, Welfare and Happiness of this
Province, and the Laws and Constitution thereof.
The House adjourns till To-morrow Morning 9 O'Clock,
L. H. J.
Liber No. 54
Saturday July 3, 1773.
The House met.
All Members present as on Yesterday, except M.r Purnell, M.r
Robins, M.r Holland, and M.r Richardson.
M.r Hagar appeared in the House.
Ordered, That the last Resolves of Yesterday be printed in the
next Week's Maryland Gazette, and continued therein six Weeks
Daniel of St. Thomas Jenifer, and George Plater, Esquires, from
the Upper House, acquaint M.r Speaker, that the Governor desires
the Attendance of this House immediately in the Upper House, to
see the Laws passed.
The Proceedings of Yesterday were read.
M.r Speaker left the Chair, and attended by the Members of the
Lower House, went to the Upper House, and there presented to his
Excellency the following ingrossed Bills, Viz.
N.° 1. An Act concerning Estates Tail and the Jurisdiction of
the County Courts.
N.° 2. An Act to continue the Acts of Assembly therein men-
N.° 3. An Act continuing an Act, entitled, An Act for amending
and repairing the Publick Roads in Baltimore County.
N.° 4. An Act for the Enlargement of Baltimore Town.
N.° 5. An Act to prevent counterfeiting the Paper Money of
N.° 6. An Act to enable the Commissioners for emitting Bills
of Credit to provide Stationary for the Use of the Upper and Lower
Houses of Assembly.
N.° 7. An Act to continue the Acts therein mentioned.
N.° 8. An Act for the Relief of John M'Clure and others.
N.° 9. An Act to explain an Act relating to Leases by the Rector,
Vestrymen and Churchwardens of Saint Anne's Parish.
N.° 10. An Act for the Relief of the Poor in Frederick County.
N.° 11. An Act to empower Thomas Jett and William Bernard,
or either of them, to sell and dispose of the Lands therein men-
tioned, pursuant to the Directions of the last Will and Testament
of John Morton Jordan, deceased.