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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, 1740-1744
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The Lower House. 383


said Indians as also such further Sum as may be necessary for de-
fraying the Expence and Charges of the said Commissioners
The first Ingrossed Address to his Excellency was sent by
Mr Smith & Eleven more
An Ingrossed Address to his Excellency was Read and Assented
to & Signed on Behalf of the House by the Honourable Speaker
Mr Magruder and Mr Wright sent to acquaint his Excellency
therewith and desire to know when and where he will please to re-
ceive it they return and acquaint Mr Speaker the Governor will be
ready to receive it immediately in the Conference Chamber
Colo King and Doctor Carroll sent to present the Address to his
Excellency
The following Message (See page 304)
Was sent to the Upper House by Mr Tasker and Mr Chesley
The House Adjourns until 2 of the Clock in the Afternoon

Post Meridiem. The house met (3 P. M.)

The Ingrossed Bill entituled an Act for the Assessment & Pay-
ment of the Public Charge &ca sent to the Upper House with the
Paper Bill by Mr Henry Hall & Mr Chesley
The Bill for an Annual Revenue for the Governor read & com-
mitted for Amendments
Ordered and Resolved that the Honourable Speaker Mr James

L. H. J.

Calder Mr Philip Hammond Doctor Charles Carroll Mr Henry
Hall, Mr Thomas Worthington Mr John Magruder Mr Tumor
Wootton and Mr Osborn Sprigg or any two or more of them do pre-
pare with all possible dispatch Authenticated Copies of all such
Records and other necessary Papers and Evidences as they or any
two or more of them shall think fit for carrying on the Addresses to
the Kings most Excellent Majesty and the Right Honourable the
Lord Proprietary concerning the Aggrievances contained in the
several Resolves of this House at their Meeting in May 1739 and
that the said Members or any two or more of them do in Behalf of
this House and the People of this Province, transmit and Negotiate
all matters and things necessary to bring the same Addresses to a
speedy Conclusion
Samuel Chamberlain Esqr from the Upper House delivers
Mr Speaker the Paper Bill entituled an Act for the Assessment and
Payment of the Public Charge &ca And the Paper Bill entituled
an Act to enable his Excellency Thomas Bladen Esqr or the Gov-
ernor for the time being &c. Severally Indorsed (See page 303)
Ordered that William Stoughton Esqr and Colo Colvil acquaint
his Excellency that no Business of any Moment lies before this
House to Transact

p. 375



 
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