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Mafters or others, v/no are appointed to take Care of the Barracks at Perth- Amboy
for the Time being, to keep the Fence round the Barrack Lot at all Times good and
lufficient, and to fatisfy all Damages which may accrue to the Petitioners, their Heirs
and Afligns, from time to time, by Means of the faid Fence, or the Forces or others that
may be in the faid Barracks ; — fuch Damage to be valued by two indifferent refpon-
fible Men, on their Viev/ of the fame, the Cofts of which to be paid by thofe who
have Charge of faid Barracks at that Time, as well as the Damages, out of fuch
Money as may be in their Hands for the Ufe of the Barracks, or for Rent of the fame;
and if none fuch, then by rhe Treafurer on a Certificate from the Valuers, or in any
other Manner as to the Houfe fhall feem mod proper for the Relief of the Petitioners,
and of thofe who may claim under them, in the mcfb fpeedy and leail expenfive Method j
and a Copy of the Deed from the Petitioners to the Truftees for the Barracks, was alfo
prefented; which Petition and Copy were read, and ordered to be read a fecond
lime.

A Petition was prefented to the Houfe from Leonard Gibbon, Conjiant Smith, Enoch
Mccre, John Smith and John Gibbon, Owners and Poireflfors of a large Parcel of Tide
Meadow and Swamp, fituate on a fmall Creek called Newport Creek, between the
Townfhipsof Grepivjich znd Stciv Creek, in the County of Cumberland, fetting forth,
that a Bank hath been made acrofs the laid Creek and Marfh or Meadow from the Faft
Land of Leonard Gibbon, to the Faft Land of John [Falling, and proper Sluices laid
(upwards of Twenty Years fince) in order to prevent the Tide from overflowing the
iiime, and to drain off the Frefhes ; which has not been found prejudicial or injurious
to any ; but for V/ant of the fame being kept up in an efteftual Manner, is become
almoft ufelefs; and praying fuch a Law to regulate the ^emifes as in the Wifdom of
the Houfe may be moft likely to anfwcr the End intended ; v/hich was read, and
ordered a fecond Reaijing. _

The Houfe adjourn'd till Nine o'Clock To-Morrow Morning.



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Thta-Jday ^ May 23, 1765.

The Houfe met.
OuIrreJ,
That Mr. FrJJser, Mr. Doughty, and Mr. Wetherill, be appointed a Committee to
enquire what Laws are expired, or are near expiring and make Report to the Houfe.

On a Motion made.
Ordered,,

That Mr. Smith, Mr. Skinner, Mr. Fijher, Mr. TVeiherill, Mr. Cooper, Mr. Miller,
and Mr. Hart, be a Committee to confer with a Committee of the Council, on the cala-
mitous Situation of this Province, refpeifling Debts and Law Suits •, and to enquire
whether any Thing can be done for the better afcertaining Titles to Land.

Ordered,

That Mr. Dey and Mr. KeaJIy do wait upon the Council with the above Meflage,
ahd defire them to appoint a Committee to join the Committee of this Houfe, and to
appoint a Time and Place of Meeting.

Mr. Dey reported, that Mr. Keujly and himfelf, delivet'ed the Meffage with them
entrutled, to Mr. Read, one of the Gentlemen of the Council.

It appearing by a Receipt from Stephen Skinner, Efq-, Treafurer of the Eaftern Divi-

fion, that John Blanchard, late Paymafter of the Jer.fey Troops, had paid the Ballance

of his Account with the Province, as fettled by the Committee on the publick Accounts.

Ordered,

. That Mr>. Speaker do fign an Order to the Secretary, to deliver up the faid John

Blanchard's Bond.

A Petftion was prefented to the Houfe, from divers Inhabitants of the County of
Gloucejier, fetting forth, that by the Supplementary Act to the Act for regulating the
Sizeot Traps, &c. no Reftriftion or Punifhment is laid upon Foreigners, or other
Perfons, hunting or carrying Guns on out or unimproved Lands, by which Means a
great Number of People come from the neighbouring Provinces, with their Guns and
Dogs, to kill Deer, and fend their Skins to other Colonies ; which, unlefs remedied,
will greatly diminifli the Number of Deer, and deprive the Proprietors of the Soil of
the Advantages arifingfrom the Increafe of that Game-, and therefore praying the
Legifiature will remedy the faid Grievance in fuch Manner and Form as to them iTiall
feem meet ; which was read, and ordered a fecond Reading.

A Petition was prefented to the Houfe, ivom Ed-uvard Frazee,oi EHzabeth-Tovjn^
■praying, for the Reafons therein fet forth, that MefTrs. Clark and others, petitioning
for Leave to build a Mill or Mills on^ Raway River, may not obtain the Prayer of
their Petition ; which was read, and ordered a fecond Reading.

A Petition was prefented to the Houfe and read, from feveral of the Proprietors
"of the patented Land called Seaco.iikus, fituate in the Townfhip of Bergen, in the
County of Bergen, in Behalf of themfelves and the reft of the Proprietors thereof j
fetting forth, that the CommiiTioners appointed by Law, for making Partition of the
Com.mon Lands of the Townfliip of Bergen, wholly furceafed or omitted to make
Sub-Divifion or Partition of the Common Lands, hid out and located for the fiid
Patent of Seacaukus ; fo that the Proprietors of Seacaukus have been as yet deprived
of the Benefit of the Ad: of AfTcmbly aforefaid, and will be greatly involved in
tedious and expeafive Suits at Law, and in Equity, unlefs fpeedily .a-lieved ; and
praying an Aft appointing other Commi.Tioners for finally fettling and determining
the feveral Rights, Titles and Claims to t!^.e faid Common Lands, fo laid out and
locaredtb and for the faid Patent of Seacaukus, and for making a Partition thereof i
and a -certified Copy of the Minutes in the faid CommiiTioners Fielil Book, was aUb
prefented and read.
Ordered,

That die faid Petition have a fecond Reading.

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A Petition was preftnted to the Houfe, and read, from Ifaac Andrews and others.
Owners and Poflefibrs of the Meadow and Swamp on Liule I\/Ln)itua Creek, in the
County of Glouccfter ; praying for the Reafons thersin contained, a Law to oblige every
Perfon benefi'ed by the Dam and Tide Bank heretofore erefted acrofs the faid Creeli,
by the mutual Confent of the Petitioners, to pay their proportionable Share towards
keeping up and maintaining the faid Dam, Bank and other neceiTary Warter Works,
according to the Quantity of iVIeadow they feverally hold, and each one to keep ths
Water Courfe of the faid Creek open and clear, againft their own Premilles.
Ordered,

That the faid Petition be read a fecond Time.

A Petition was prefented to the Houfe, figned by fifty-four Hands, fetting forth,"
that the Petitioners and others, are pofiefled of upwards of ten thoufand Acres of
Meadow, which by Realbn of the many Windings of Pajfaick River, are frequently
overflowed, and remain under Water ; whereby faid Meadows ar& rendered almofl:
ufelefs ; which the Petitioners conceive may be greatly remedied, if not intirely pre-
vented, by cutting a ilrait Courfe for the River to run in for about four Miles, laving
thereby near twelve Miles of the Courfe of faid River; and praying a Law to enable
and authorife the Petitioners and others to do the fame ; which was read, and ordered
a fecond Reading.

A Petition was prelentcd to the Floufe from the Rev. Colin Campbell, Clerk, Miniftef
of the eftablifhed Church oi England, late St. June's, now St. Mary's, in the City of
Burlington, fetting forth, that a certain ^Thomas Leciter, of the Eaftern Divifion of this
Colony, did by his laft Will and Teftament, devife to the Miniftry of the faid Church,
of St. Anne's, two hundred and fix Acres of Land, fituate in the County of Somerfet ;
and praying for the Reafons contained in the Petition, for Leave to bring in a Bill for
impowering the Minifter, Churcii-Wardens and Vettry, or the major Part of themi
of whom the Minifter for the Time being to be one, to fell and convey in Fee-Simple
the faid Traft of Land, and to purchafe for the Purpofes in the Will, other Lands, as
Glebe Lands, nearer and more convenient to the City oi Burlington ; and until the Pro-
duce of the faid two hundred and fix Acres can be fo laid out, that they or the major
Part of them (the Minifter always to beone) fliall put outthe fame to Intereft, and the
Intereft thereof to be appropriated yearly for the Ufe of the Minifter ; and a Copy of
the faid Thomas Leciter's Will was alfo prefented ; both which were read, and ordered
fecond Readings.

A Petition was prefented to the Houfe from John EJiell, of Evefiam, in the County
t>i Burlington ; praying, for divers Reafons therein fet forth, that the Legiflature will
by Law allow him to eredl a Saw-Mill on and Dam acrofs the River or Creek At/ion ;
which was read, and ordered a fecond Reading.

A Petition was prefented to the Houfe, from Hugh Thompfon, praying to have Paj^
allowed him for adting as Adjutant and Qiiarter Mafter in the Campaign of 1764;
and alfo to have Recompence for an accidental Lofs upon Lake Erie, to his Damage
fiventy-four Pounds, Nineteen Shillings and Nine Pence ; which was read, and ordered
a fecond Reading.

. Two Petitions were prefented to the Houfe from Hunterdon, (including the Grand
Jury of that County then fitting) and other Counties, figned by many Hands, praying
for the Realbns therein at large fet forth, that the Legiflature will pafs a Law, for th6
Emiflion of Paper Currency to be let out on Loan on Land Security ; and alfo to regulate
the Fees of the Practitioners of the Law, and to reftrain Shopkeepers and other
Retailers, from trufting above Six Pounds to any one Perfon ; or to grant fuch other
Relief in the Premifes as the Houfe may think proper; which Petitions were read, and
ordered to be read a fecond Time.

Two Petitions were prefented to the Houfe from the Judges, Juftices and fundry
Freeholders, Inhabitants of the County of Cuir.herland, figned by 108 Names, fetting
forth, that the Fairs now held twice a Year in the Town of Greernvich, are found
productive of various Kinds of Vice and Jmmoralicy, tending generally to th$

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tOiilurbaric^ of the publick Peace, and to the great Misfortune of Individuals, &c.
and praying t!nt the faid Fairs may be fiippreiled by Law; which were read, and
ordered fccond Readings.

A Petition was prcf»n"\:ed to the Hoiife from fundry of the Freeholders and Inhabitants
of the County of Cumberland^ figned by 99 Names, fctting forth, that the Fairs at
Greernvick, in that County, are found to be of great and general Uie and Benefit to
the Inhabitants of the County in general, and to the" Town of Greemvich in particular;
notwithllanding which, the Petitioners have Reafon to believe, that fome trading
People among them, together with fuch Others as they have influenced, are about to
prefer a Petition to fupprefs the faid Fairs, and praying, that the faid Suppreffion may
tiot take Place, until the Petitioners have an Opportunity to give in their Objections,
which they cannot now do, as they have not feen the Regions offered by their Opponents ;
tvhicli Petition was road, and ordered a fecond Reading,

A Petition v/as prefented to the Houfe from Dr.iid Long and others, Owners and
PoiTefibrs of a large Parcel of Tide Meadow and S-.vamp, fituate on the South Branch
of Stew Creek, being the Divifion Line between Sakm and CuTiiherland, fetting forth,
that a Bank hath been made acrofs the faid Creek and Marfh from the Faft Land of
BrrJifay Kecjlsy, to the Faft Land of David Lcng, and proper Sluices laid (upv,-ards
of Twenty Years fmce) in order to prevent the Tide from overilov;ing the fame, and
to drain the Freflies, and praying a Lav,- for the making and maintaining the faid Bank,
with Sluices and Drains necellary to drain the faid Meadow effeclually, fomething in
the Manner of the EHay therewith fent, with fuch Alterations and Amendments as
the Houfe in their Wifciom may think moft likely to anfwer the End intended; which
Petition and Elfay were read, and ordered fecond Readings.

A Petition was prefented to the Houfe from the Freeholders and Inhabitants of the
'Townfhipof Teivkejhury, in the County of Hunterdon, fetting forth, that the Inhabi-
tants of 1'e^vkejbury, and the adjoining Townfhips, labour under many Hardfhips
and heavy Grievances, by Reafon of their remote Situation from the Court-Houfe in
Trenton, the Southern Extremity of the County ; and praying, for that and other
Reafons therein offered, that a Law may be enafced for removing the Court tjoufe
from the extreme Part of the County to the Center, or for dividing the County in fuch
a Manner as the Houfe fhall in their Wifdom think fit; which was read, and ordered
a fecond Reading.

A Petition was prefented to the Houfe, figned by a great Number of the Freeholders
and Inhabitants of the County of Midd'efex, fetting forth, that the Court-Houfe at
Ambcy, on the 27th Day of O^ober laft, for the fecond Time, took Fire and v/as burnt
down, and praying, for feveral Reafons therein contained tending to fliew the Incon-
gruity of the County Court Houfe being placed in an extreme or remote Part of the
County, that a Bill may be preferred by the Houf?, by which the Freeholders, Inhabi-
tants of Middlesex, may be enabled to purchafe a Piece of Land, and to ereft a
fuitable Court-Houfe, together with proper Gaois; and alfo, that the Place for erecting
faid Buildings may be determined by the Voice of the Freeholders in the County;
which was read, and ordered a fecond Reading.

A Petition was prefented to the Houfe from the Board of Juftices and Freeholders
of the CouRty of Middlefex, of the fame Tenor with the lari: Petition, for building
the Court Houfe and Gaols ; and further praying, that the Method of levying Taxes
on the Inhabitants for that Purpofe, may be clearly afcertained upon fuch a juft and
equitable Plan as the Houfe fhall think fit to prefcribe; the prefent Laws, as the Board
conceives, being too dubious and com.plicated to anfwer the prefent Emergency ; which
v-^s read, and ordered a fecond Reading.

The Houfe adjourn'd till Three, P.M.

The Houfe met.

Purfuant to an Order of the Houfe of laft Seffion, the Parties affeifted by the Petitions
for laying out a Road from Ne-wark to Paulks Hoak, now attending, were called in, and

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their fe^lral Allegatiorfs fully heard ; and the CoRfiJeration thereof h referred till
1o- morrow Morning.

A Petition was prefented to the Honfefrcm a Number of the Freeholders and In-
habuancs ot the County of Mdclif/^x, praying a Law to rebuild the Court-Houk and
Oaol in the iamc Part oi tiie County as heretoiore it ftcod ; which was read, and ordered
a ktond Reading.

^ And another Petition to the fame Purpofe, figned by a large Number of the In-
habitants oi Middkfex, was prefented, fetting forth fevcral Realbns why the faid Court-
Houfe a.vJ Gaol fliould be rebuilt at Perth- Jmbcy ; which was alfo read, and ordered a
iecond Reading.

Ordered,
That Mr. Wetherill, Mr. FiJIier, Mr. John Laijorence, Mr. Johr.Jion, Mr. Borden^
Mr. Hart, Mr. Anderfon, Mr. Bey, and Mr. Reading, or any three of them, be a
Committee to fettle and acyuft fucli publick Accounts as may come before the Houfe
this Seflion.

The Houfe refolved itfelf into a Committee of the whole Houfe en the Governor's

Speech ; and after fome Time Ipent therein, Mr. Speaker refumed the Chair, and
Mr. Ftjher, Chairman of tlie Committee, reported, that the Committee had made fome
Progreis m the Matter to them referred, and defired Leave to fit a?^ain. To which the
Houie agreed. "^

A Petition was prefented to the Houfe from the Townfhip' of Freehold, in the County
of Mof!Koiab, praying tor the Reafons therein contained, that the faid Townfhip may
not be altered, but remain as it is ; which was read, and ordered a fecond Reading.

_ A Petition was prefented to the Houfe from Jdam Sha-j:, fetting forth, that the Peti-
tioner, in February 1764, did prefer a Memorial to the Houfe, importing that the
Memoriahft was obliged to furiiifli the Soldiers with Cloathing and other Neceffaries,
to the Amount of Kghty four Pounds and feven Pence, New-York Currency, and
alio Charges and Demands to the Amount of twenty-four Pounds, eighteen Shillings
and fix Pence, like Currency ; which the Petitioner has not yot received, altho' he
hath applied to the Executors of Capt. Johr.fon, and fome of the Commiffioners; and
prayingthe Houfe will grant fjch Relief in the Premises, as to them fhall feem juft
and realonable ; which was read, and ordered a fecond Reading.

A Petition was prefented to the Houfe from twenty-nine Inhabitants of the County
of Gloucefter, fetting forth, that the Petitioners are leated on and near the River Dela-
ware, on both Sides of P.accccn Creek, in the faid County, and are obliged to travel
much out of their Way in order to crok Raccoon Creek, at the Bridge already builc
over It, on the Province Road •, and praying an Ad of General Aflembly, to build 3
Draw-Bridge over the faid Creek, at or near the Land oi Conftantine Wilkhis, on fuch a
PI in as will be theleaft difadvantageous to the Navigation and the Inhabitants j which
Petition was read, and ordered a fecond Readino-

A Petition was prefented to the Houfe from divers Inhabitants of the City of P<?r/i&-
Amhcy, fetting forth, th^t the Petitioners, Adherents to the Church of ^fo/Za^i, find ic
very difficult, as well as inconvenient, to fupport the Gofpel, efpecially in the Winter
Sealon, tor the Want of a Houfe of pubhck Worfhip ; that they are but few in Number,
and therefore unable of themfelves to repair a Preibyterian Meeting- Houfe, formerly
built in that City, which is now in a ruinous Condition; and praying the Houfe would
licence them to raife by pubhck Lottery the Sum of Five hundred Pounds, to enable
them to repair the Meeting- Houfe aforefaid ; which Petition was read, and ordered a
fecond Reading.

A Petition was prefented to the Houfe from Jacob Van Winkle, of the Town of
Bergen, fetting forth, that he is informed, that there is a Road to be laid out thro' Schuy-
ler^ Meadows to Hacldnfack River, otherwifc called the Kill Van Kull, and a Ferry to
be kept acrofs faid River, and a Road to be laid from faid River to the Upland of
Bergen ; and praying the Houfe to appoint the landing Place to be at the Creek known'
by tteNameof Bacchus's Creek, where his Land Iks, and to invell him, his Heirs

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nnd SuccefTors, with all the Liberties, Property, Profits and Advantages of faid
Ferry ; in Return for which, the Petitioner will undertake to make a Road from faid
Upland of Bergen, to faid Hackinfatk River, and provide Scows and other Cralt,
neceflary for the Ferry, and build a Dwelling Houle and Barn on faid Upland ; which
was read, and ordered a fecond Reading.

A Petition was pre fented to the Hon fe, from Cornelius VanVoorfl., oi Uajfimns, in
the County of Bergen, letting forth, that the Petitioner is feized in Fee of and in a
certain Parcel of Land, commonly called by the Name of Powlus-Hook, fituate oii
the Well Side of Hud[on\ River, in the faid County of Bergen, and diretlly oppofite
to the City of New-Tork, where the Petitioner hath formed a Refolution of ellablifhing
a Ferry to New-l'ork ; and praying Leave to bring in a Bill, authorizing the Petitioner
to eftablifh fuch a Ferry as aforefaid -, and impowering the Fetidoner, his Heirs and
Afligns forever, to demand and receive for the TranliDorting of Pallengers and their
Goods, fuch reafonable Rates as the Legiflature fhail en aft ; which was read, and
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The' Houfe adjourn 'd till Nine o'Clock To-morrow Morning.
Friday^ May 24, 1765.

The Houfe met.

Mr. Smith, one of the Committee of Corrcfpondence, laid before the Houfe fundry
Letters and Papers to and from the Agent ; which were read.

The Petitions irom Shrewjbury, for annexing Part of that Townfhip to the adjoin-
ing Towns, or for a new Townfliip ; and from Upper-Freehold and Lower- Freebcldi
againft it, were read, the two laft the fecond Time ; and divers Perfons attenaing to
fupport the Objedions contained in the faid two laft Petitions ; were called in, and their
Allegations fully heard ; and on the Queftion, Whether the Townfhip of Shreivjbury
fhall be divided, or fome of the remote Parts thereof be annexed to the adjacent
iTownfhips .'' it was carried for dividing.
Rejolved,

That it be recommended to the inhabitants of Shrewjhury, to divide the faid Town-
fhip, in a Manner the moft agreeable to themfelves ; and then to prefer a Bill for con-
firming the fame.

The Houfe refumed the Confideration of the Petitions for laying out a Road from
Newark to Paidus Hook ; and on the Queftion, Whether the Petitioners have Leave to
bring in a Bill or not? it was carried in the Affirmative, Nemine Contradicente.
Ordered,

That the Petitioners have Leave to bring in faid Bill accordingly.

Mr. John Ogden, in Behalf of the Petinoners above mentioned, brought in a Bill,
intituled. An Aft for laying out a Road from Newark, in the County of Jbllex, to the
fublick Road leading from Bergen Point to Paulus Hook, on Hudlbn'j River, in the
County of Bergen ; and for ereSling and efiablifoing Ferries acrofi the Rivers Paffaick and
Hackinfack ; which was read, and ordered a fecond Reading.

Ordered,
That the Treafurer of the Weftern Divifion do lay his Accounts before the Houfe.

The Petition from the Proprietors of Seacaukus, in the Townfhip of Bergen, for an
'Aft appointing CommifTioners to fettle the Rights of the Common Lands there, and
for making Partition thereof, was read the fecond Time-, and on the Qiieftion, Whe-
ther Leave be given to the Petitioners to bring in a Bill for that Purpoie, or not ? it
\vas carried in the AfErmative.
Ordered,
That Mr. Van Giefon, in Behalf of the Petitioners, have Leave to bring in a Bill
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On a^Motion made,
Ordered,

That Mr. Smith have Leave to bring in a Bill to enable the Treafurersof this Colony,
oreit'nerot' them, to receive and pay certain Sums of Money therein mentioned ; and
to give a proper Difcharge for the Sum received.

And Mr. .S'm»7/& brought in the faid Bill accordingly, entitled. An A£t to enable the
I'reafurers cf this Colony., or either cf them, to receive and pay certain Sums of Money therein
fncniicned,.and give a prvper Difchtirge for the Sum received ; which was read, and ordered
a fecond Reading.

A MelTage from the Council by Mr. Ladd, in thefe Words, vis.

* Ordered,
' That Mr. Ladd do accjuaint the Houfe of Aflembly, that this Houfe have
' appointed Mr. Read, Mr. Smith, Mr. Parker and Mr. Chief Juftice, t5 be a
« Committee, to meet the Committee of the Houfe of Affembly, on the fubjeft Matter

< of the MelTaoe of that Houle of Yefterday -, and diat the Committees do meet for

< that Purpofe at the Council Chamber, in the Secretary's Office, at Four o'Clock this
« Afternoon. By Order of the Houfe,

Council-Chamber, J- Re.'VD, D.Ckrk*

May 24, 1765.

A Petition was prefented to the Houfe from Aaron Mattifon, of Ain'ajdl, in the
County of Hunterdon, fetting forth, that the Petitioner m April 1764, in lifted as a
Soldier in the Jerfey Blues, under Capt. George Cojyell, and went with him as far as
Detroit, and in returning from thence was taken fick, and continued fome confiderable
Time in a deplorable Condition •, and praying, that his Pay may be allowed him till
the Time of his Return home to Amwell; which v/as read, and ordered a fecond
Reading.

A Petition was prefented to the Houfe from divers of the Freeholders and Inhabi-
tants of the Town and County of Salem, fetting forth, that the Petitioners have, until
lately, had long Experience of the great Utility, Cohveniency and Benefit arifing from
holding Fairs or publick Markets twice a Year in the laid Town of Salem; but fo it
is, that fince the late A6t of Affembly for fuppreffing the faid Fairs, the Inhabitants
of the faid County in general, and of the faid Town in particular, have been injured
and fuffered great Damage ; and praying the Houfe to prepare a Law to revive and
eftablifli the faid Fairs as heretofore j which Petition was read, and ordered a fecond
Reading.

The Houfe adjourn'd till Three, P. M.
The Houfe met.

The Two Petitions for ftriking Paper Money, regulating Lawyer's Fees, &c. were
read the fecond Time, and committed to the Committee appointed to confer with a
Committee of the Council, on the calamitous Situation of this Province, refpedling
Debts and Law Suits ; and to enquire whether any Thing can be done for the better
afcertaining Titles to Land.

The Houfe refumed the Confideration of the fubjeft Matter of the Petition from the
Inhabitants of Nottingham Townfhip, in the County of Burlington, praying a Law
to provide for building the Bridge over Jffanpiuk Creek of Stone, as referred from



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