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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, 1748-1751
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The Upper Howse. 169


" The House being incapable of proceeding any further on Busi-
ness (with Conveniency) through the want of a Clerk, made Choice
of Mr Michael Macnemara their late Clerk, Mr Beal and Mr War-
field were Ordered to go to the upper house to see Mr Macnemara
qualified as Clerk to this house they Return and acquaint the house
that they saw him qualified by taking the several Oaths to the Gov-
ernment required by Law, Repeating the Test Signing the said
Several Oaths and Test and taking the Oath of Office " and that
they desired Mr Macnemara might be qualified
His Excellency is Pleased to acquaint them that he would consider
of it and Return an Answer to the Lower House
Adjourned till to Morrow Morning ten of the Clock

U. H. J.
Liber No. 34
May 9

Wednesday Morning 10th of May 1749.
This House met again according to Adjournment

Present as yesterday
Messrs Addison and Wilson attend with Mr John Stoddert, Arthur
Lee, and Bayne Smalwood Members Returned for Charles County,
to see them Qualified, who take the several Oaths to the Government
required by Law Repeat and Subscribe the Adjuration & Test and
then withdrew
His Excellency is pleased to Order the following Message sent by
him to the Lower house to be entered.
Gentlemen of the Lower house of Assembly
I have Considered your Message by Mr Harris & Dr Buchanan and
have searched the Journals of the Upper house in which I find the
following Messages by the Lower house of Assembly in presenting
their Clerk for the Governors Approbation
July 1732 Mr Beal and Mr Warfield from the Lower house ac-
quaint His Excellency that their house had made Choice of Mr
Michael Macnemara for their Clerk, and hopes for his Excellencys
Approbation who is pleased to Approve of him the said Macnemara,
and thereupon he takes the Oaths to the Government appointed to be
taken by Act of Assembly and subscribes the Abjuration & Test, and
also takes the Usual Oath of Office and then withdrew
March 1734 The same Message by Messrs Hammond & Hemsley

May 10

May 1738 Messrs Dulany and Denton present to the Governor
Mr Macnemara as Clerk for his Approbation who return to their
house and afterwards the same Gentlemen came again to see him
qualified
May 1739 Messrs Denton and Lloyd Present to the Governor
Mr Macnemara as Clerk for his approbation who Return to their
house and afterwards the same Gentlemen came again to see him
Qualified.

p. 277



 
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