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APPENDIX


Maryland ss.

By His Excellency Samuel Ogle Esqr Governor and Commander
in Chief in & over the Province of Maryland

A Proclamation

Whereas the present General Assembly of this Province stands pro-
rogued to this Eighteenth Instant and Whereas the Weather will
not permit a sufficient Number of the Members of both Houses to
come to Town to make a House so as to proceed to Business on this
said Day I have therefore thought fit to prorogue the same And I
do hereby prorogue the Same until the nineteenth Day of this In-
stant March, And to the Intent that all Persons concerned may have
due Notice thereof I Do hereby strictly require and command the
Sheriff of Ann Arundel County to make this my Proclamation pub-
lick in his said County in the usual Manner as he will answer the
Contrary at his Peril Given at the City of Annapolis this 18th Day
of March in the 20th year of his Ldps Dominion Annoq Domini 1734
Sam Ogle

Black Book
No. 8
Letter
No. 77

Maryland ss.

By His Excellency Samuel Ogle Esqr Governor & Commander
in chief in and over the Province of Maryland.

A Proclamation

Whereas the present General Assembly of this Province stands
prorogued to this nineteenth Instant And whereas the Weather will
not permit a Sufficient Number of the Members of both Houses to
come to town to make a House so as to proceed to Business I have
therefore thought fit to prorogue the same And I Do hereby prorogue
the same until the twentieth of this Instant March And to the Intent
that all Persons concerned may have due Notice thereof I Do hereby
strictly requite & Command the Sheriff of the County of Ann
Arundel to make this my Proclamation publick in his said County in
the usual Manner as he will answer the Contrary at his Peril Given
at the City of Annapolis this nineteenth Day of March in the
twentieth Year of his Lordships Dominion Annoq Domini 1734.
Sam. Ogle.

Letter
No. 78

Orders & Instructions to our Trusty & well Beloved Saml Ogle
Esqre Govr & Commder in chief of the Province of Maryland.
1. You shall call our Council & make known to them Your Com-
mission & qualifye yourself accordingly.

Calvert
Paper
No. 2954
p. 59



 
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