Daniel Dulany Esqr from the Upper House, delivers Mr Speaker
the following Message (See page 496)
Resolved and Ordered, That the Honourable the Speaker, Mr
James Calder, Mr Philip Hammond, Doctor Charles Carroll, Mr
Henry Hall, Mr Thomas Worthington, Mr John Magruder,
Mr. Turner Wootton, and Mr Osborn Sprigg, or any Three of them,
receive and keep for the next Assembly of this Province, any papers
or Letters which shall come from Ferdinando John Paris Esqr re-
lating to, or concerning the Addresses of this House, that have been
transmitted, and Ordered to be presented to his most sacred Majesty,
and the Right Honourable the Lord Proprietary; and therein Trans-
act every thing proper and necessary, for bringing the same Ad-
dresses to a Speedy Conclusion, and make Report of what shall be
therein transacted or done, to the same next Assembly
The House Adjourns until 2 of the Clock in the Afternoon
The House met according to Adjournment &c.
The House taking into Consideration the Report of the Gentlemen
appointed to procure Copies of Records, and other papers and Evi-
dences necessary for Carrying on the Addresses to the Kings most
Excellent Majesty, and the Right Honourable the Lord Proprietary
concerning the Aggrievances complained of in the several Resolves
of this House, in May Session 1739.
Ordered, That the Committee of Laws prepare an Address to his
Excellency the Governor thereon.
Col Lloyd from the Upper House, delivers Mr Speaker the Bill
entituled, An Act for the Tryal of all Matters of ffact, in the Several
Counties where they have Arisen, or shall arise, Indorsed, (See
Philip Thomas Esqr from the Upper House, delivers Mr Speaker
the Journal of Accounts, Indorsed, (See page 496)
Mr Philip Hammond brings in An Address to the Governor,
which was Read approved, and Ordered to be Ingrossed
Col Hammond from the Upper House, delivers Mr Speaker the
paper Bill entituled, An Act for the Releif of ffrancis O'Connor &c.
Indorsed. (See page 494)
Mr Philip Hammond brings in the following Ingrossed Address,
To his Excellency Thomas Bladen Esqr Governor of Maryland :
The Humble Address of the House of Delegates.
May it please Your Excellency,
At the Close of the last Session of Assembly, this House addressed
your Excellency that you would be pleased to Order the several
L. H. J.