Vppon the number of One & Twenty members (one whereof
vizt Col Nathaniel Vtye appeares not) Putt to the vote
many Members to make the howse
The howse proceeding to the settling of the howse. Voted
& Ordered That any Twelue members assembled, (whereof
the Speaker to bee allwayes one) att the time & place appoynted
by the sd Speaker to a howse of Commons, or Lower
howse of Assembly, to all intent purposes.
Then the Speaker ordered the Clerke to Settling of
the howse. Wch is as
The Order for Settling the
Jt is Ordered by & wth the aduise & Prouince now
assembled: That Mr Thomas Nottley Speaker Willm
Nicholas Young Mr Richard Blunt Burle, Capt
Thomas Ba Majior Thomas B James Neale Col
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the Speaker of Commons or Lower howse of
Assembly And all Bills, Acts, or Orders passed by the
sd one Members or any Eleauen of them, wth the Speaker
assembled as aforesd wth the consent & approbaon of the
Vpper howse, & Enacted by the Leiue Grall, Gouernor of this
Prouince under the Rt honble Cecilius Lord Baron of Baltemore,
Lord Proprietary &c: Shall bee Lawes of this Prouince, after
publicaon thereof under the Seale of the Prouince, as fully to
all intents & purposes, as if they were aduised & assented unto,
by all the respectiue ffreemen of this Prouince in person.
Wch foresd Order being read. Mr Speaker Ordered That
those Orders passed the Last Assembly to bee obserued by the
Burgesses, bee read ouer. Wch being likewise read.
Ordered That the Clerke draw out those orders, to bee ob-
serued in the howse, agst tomorrow morning 8 a Clock.
And then adiourned the howse 'till to morrow morning 8 a
th Aprill 1666. 8 a Clock.
All prnt as yesterday. Coll Nath: Vtye not.
that tht Order for Settling the present wne up,
bee againe read ole howse.
likewise agreed on, bee read ouer ordered to bee
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Vizt The gentleman tht Spoake last or the
2 That noe one speake aboue once, att one reading to any
Bill wthout Lycence of the Speaker. And if Two prsons or