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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, May, 1730-August, 1732
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218 Assembly Proceedings, July 13-July 29, 1731.

L. H. J.

For Talbot County

James Hollyday Esqr
Mr George Robins
Mr Saml Chamberlain
Mr John Edmundson

For Queen Anns County

Mr Augustine Thompson
Majr William Turbutt
Mr William Hemsley.

p. 288

John Beale Esqr and Daniel Dulany Esqr are Sent to the Upper
House to Acquaint His Excellency the Governeur that a Sufficient
number of Members are met in the Stadt house to make a house.
They return and say they Delivered their Message Collo Richard
Tilghman from the Upper House Acquaints Mr Speaker that his
Excellency the Governour Commands him and the Other Members
of this House Immediately to Attend'him in the Upper house & then
Withdrew
Mr Speaker left the Chair and with the rest of the Members of
this House went to Attend his Excellency the Governour in the
Upper House who was Pleased to make the following Speech. [The
text of this speech is printed at page 190.]

p. 289

The Mr Speaker and the rest of the Members returned from the
Upper House and Mr Speaker reassumed the Chair and Acquainted
the House that his Excellency the Governour had Delivered him his
Lordships Answer to the late Address of both Houses of Assembly
to be laid before this House and following in these words. [The text
of this answer is printed at page 190.]
Mr Speaker Delivers to the House a Letter from Michael Mac-
nemara Gent, late Clerk of this House (who since last Sessions of
Assembly Went for Great Britain) and another from William
Cumming Gent, which were both Ordered to be read.

Octobr the 14th 1730
Sirs.

Affairs of the greatest Moment call me here to England.
As I have had the Honour to .be Chosen and Appointed Clerk of
the Lower House of Assembly and I hope given some Satisfaction
in that Office, I request your Honours in regard my very Pressing
Affairs impede my Attendance on the Honourable Lower House
of Assembly that Accidents may not Lessen me in your Esteem and
that your Honours will permitt some Person Jo Act for me as Deputy
for me, It is a Place I Earnestly Covet and shall daily whilst I have
your Commands Endeavour more and more to Merit them.
Mr Cumming hath Promised to Officiate for me if your Honours
Approve of him
I am your Honrs most Obedient humble Servant
M. Macnemara



 

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