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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, May, 1730-August, 1732
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The Lower House. 335


pounds Currant Mony of Maryland in bills of Credit &c. Indorsed
thus,

By the Upper House of Assembly 6th September 1731

The Engrossed bill whereof this is the Original is read & As-
sented to
Signed p Order J Ross Cl Up Ho.

The Treasurer of the Western Shore is Ordered to make the pay-
ment to the Several Persons Allowed in the Mony Journal
Mr Beale and Mr Key were Ordered to go and acquaint the Gov-
erneur, that nothing of Moment lay before this House to Transact,
They return and acquaint Mr Speaker they Delivered their Message.
Philemon Lloyd and Benjamin Tasker Esqrs from the Upper
House Acquaint Mr Speaker that the Governeur requires him and
the rest of the Members of this House to Attend him Immediately at
his House, they withdrew
Mr Speaker and the rest of the Members of this House went to the
Governour's House.

L. H. J.

Mr Speaker Presented to the Governeur the following Ingrossed
bills. [This list is printed at page 297.]
All which the Governeur passed into Laws by sealing them with
the Right Honourable the Lord Proprietarys Greater Seal at Arms :
And Severally thus. Indorsing them Viz.

September 6th 1731.

On Behalf of the Right Honourable the Lord Proprietary of this
province I will this be a Law
Bendt Leond Calvert

p. 357

Except the Act Entituled a Supplementary Act to An Act, En-
tituled an Act for settling the rates of foreign Silver Coyns within
this Province And the Act Ascertaining the form of the Oath of
Judge or Justice of which he would be advised.
After which the Governeur made the following Speech. [This
speech is printed at page 298.]
Then the Governeur with the Advice of his Lordship's Council
was pleased to Prorogue this Assembly to the 30th of this Instant.
Mr Speaker with the rest of the Members of this House returned,
Mr Speaker reassumed the Chair; and repeated what the Governeur
had done & said, Whereupon this House Prorogues it Self to the
30th of this Instant.
So Endeth this fifth Session of Assembly, this Sixth day of Sep-
tember Anno Domini 1731.
Test M: Macnemara Cl. Lo. Ho.

p. 358



 
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