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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, 1737-1740
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124 Assembly Proceedings, August 11-16, 1737.

L. H. J.

Lib. No. 45

On Motion of a Member Leave given to bring in a Bill to prevent
the Exportation of grain.
The Address to His Excellency being Ingrossed and Prepared
Col Mackall and Col Hanson ordered to Acquaint his Excellency
the Governour therewith to desire to know when and where he will
please to receive it they return and Acquaint Mr Speaker the Gov-
ernour will be read to receive the Address at four of the Clock in the
afternoon in the Conference Chamber.
The House Adjourns untill two of the Clock in the Afternoon

Post Merediem. The House met According to Adjournment &c.
Mr Brown Captn Elliott Mr George and Mr Goldsborough Ap-
peared in The House this afternoon
Col Hammond from the Upper House Delivers Mr Speaker the
Petition of John Bradford a Languishing Prisoner in Prince Georges
County Goal Indorsed Referred to the Consideration of the Lower
House of Assembly which was here read and granted
Col Mackall and Twelve more Sent to present the Address to the
Governour
A Bill Entituled an Act to prevent the Exportation of Grain Bread
and Flower was read the first time and Committed for Amendments.
The House Adjourned untill to morrow morning at 9 of the Clock

August 13

Saturday Morning August 13th 1737

The House met according to Adjournment &c.
The Governour Communicated to Mr Speaker the following
Answer

Gentlemen of the Lower House of Assembly
I Thank you Heartily for your Kind Address and am very well
pleased To find that the Care I have Taken to prevent the Exporta-
tion of Grain Meets with your Approbation.
Tho the Province is Certainly in Danger of wanting that Neces-
sary Commodity I Cannot but flatter my Selfe that our meeting
together at this time may in a great Measure prevent the Calamity
we might have been Otherwise Exposed to.
Sam. Ogle.

p. 732

Mr Smith and Mr Key Ordered to acquaint the Reverend Mr
Humphrys that he is Desired by This House to read Divine Service
morning and Evening during this Session
The House Adjourns untill two of the Clock in the Afternoon
Post Merediem. The House met According to Adjournment &ca



 
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