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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, May, 1730-August, 1732
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302 Assembly Proceedings, August 19--September 6, 1731.

L. H. J.

p. 317

Michael Macnemara to be their Clerk And that the House Desired
his Approbation thereof.
They return and Acquaint the House they Delivered their Mes-
sage and that the Governour was pleased to Approve of the said
Macnemara and that they Saw him Qualified before his Excellency
the Governour in the Upper House as Clerk of this House by taking
the Several Oaths required by Law repeating the Test and by sign-
ing the Oath of Abjuration & Test and by taking the Oath of Office
in the words following viz.
You Michael Macnemara do swear that as Clerk of the Lower
House of Assembly you shall true Entries make of all such Matters
and things as by the Honourable Speaker for the time being and that
house shall be to you Directed, the Secrets of the said House you shall
not Divulge to the Prejudice of the House or any Member thereof
but shall in all things as Clerk to the said House well and truly
Demean yourself according to the best of your Knowledge So help
you God.
The House Adjourns till to Morrow Morning Eight of the Clock.

Aug. 20

Friday Morning August the 20th 1731.

The House met according to Adjournment, The Members were
Called and all Present as yesterday, The proceedings of Yesterday
were read
Mr Mathews appeared in the House this Morning.
The House Resolved that the time of Sitting this Session be ac-
cording to the hours of Sitting last Session.
The House Continue the Gentlemen of the Several Committees
appointed last Session in the same Committees this Session.
The following Message, [The text of this message is printed at
page 257.] Was sent to the Upper House by Cap" Gordon & Mr
Courts, They return & Acquaint Mr Speaker with their Delivery
thereof.
The Committee of Laws were ordered to Prepare an Address to his
Excellency the Governours Speech.
John Rousby Esqr from the Upper House Delivered to Mr Speaker
the following Message [The text of this message is printed at
page 257.]
Coll Ward from the Upper House Delivered to Mr Speaker two
Petitions from the Vestry and Inhabitants of Durham Parish Sev-
erally Indorsed thus,

p. 318

By the Upper House of Assembly 20Oth August 1731

Read and referred to the Consideration of the Lower House of
Assembly
Signed .p Order J Ross Cl. Up. Ho.



 
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