d blockhouses on the frontier, and for a joint expedition against Fort Duquesne......March 22, 1756
Governor Sharpe appoints a day of thanksgiving for the capture of Fort Duquesne, and the Assembly grants £ 1,500 to the Maryland troops who took part in the expedition......November, 1758
Frederick, Lord Baltimore, agrees to the appointment of the commission, Messrs. Mason and Dixon, who surveyed the line known by their name, and set up milestones: agreement made......July 4, 1760
Zachariah Hood, a merchant of Annapolis, is appointed stamp distributer under the Stamp Act; arriving with his stamps, he is obliged to land clandestinely; his effigy is whipped, hanged, and burned, and he seeks refuge in New York.
The Assembly, prorogued from 1763, meets and protests against the Stamp Act, and appoints Col. Edward Tilghman, William Murdock, and Thomas Ringgold delegates to the congress of deputies from all the colonies......1765
Frederick county court deciding the Stamp Act unco