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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, May, 1730-August, 1732
Volume 37, Page 257   View pdf image (33K)
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The Upper Ho«se. 257


lency is pleased to Approve of the said Mr Macnemara, who takes the
Oaths to the Government appointed to be taken by Act of Assembly
and Subscribed the Abjuration and Test According to the directions
of the Act aforesd And also took the usuall Oath of Office & then
withdrew.
Adjourned till to Morrow Eight a Clock

U. H. J.

Friday Morning 20th August 1731.
This House met again According to Adjournmt
Present as Yesterday with the Addition of John Hall Philemon
Lloyd and John Rousby Esqrs
A Message from the lower House by Mr Gordon and Mr Courts.

By the lower House of Assembly August 20th 1731

May it please Yor Honours
This House hath Resolved that the time of Sitting during this
Session be from Eight of the Clock in the Morning to twelve, and
from two of the Clock in the Afternoon to Six, and desireth to know
if the time proposed be agreeable to your Honours.
Signed p Order M: Macnemara Cl. Lo. Ho.

The following Answer being prepared is sent to the Lower House
by John Rousby Esquire

Aug. 20

By the Upper House of Assembly 20th August 1731.
Gentlemen.
The times of Sitting for the Dispatch of the Publick Business of
this Province proposed by your Message of this day by Mr Gordon
and Mr Courts are Agreeable to this House.
Signed p Order John Ross Cl. Up. Ho.

Read the petition of the Vestry and others, Inhabitants of Dur-
ham Parish praying leave to bring in a bill to Levy Sixty Thousand
pounds of Tobacco on the Taxable persons of said parish to build a
New Parish Church.
Read the Petition of the Vestry and others the Inhabitants of Dur-
ham Parish praying leave to bring in a bill to Add part of Port To-
bacco Parish to Durham parish upon the Death or Removall of the
present Incumbent.

The above Petitions are referred to the Consideration of the Lower
House of Assembly. And Sent by Col Ward.
Adjourned till two of the Clock in the afternoon.
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