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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, 1748-1751
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176 Assembly Proceedings, May 9-11, 1749.

L. H. J.
Liber No. 46
May 9

They return and acquaint Mr. Speaker, they deliver'd their Message
and the Extract from the Journal, to the Governor in the Upper
House; who was pleased to signify to them, " That he would con-
sider the same, and return an Answer to the Lower House."
The House adjourns 'til Tomorrow Morning at 9 o'Clock.

May 10

Wednesday Morning, May 10, 1749.
The House met according to Adjournment.
Mr. Harris, Dr. Carroll, and Mr. Robert Lloyd, are appointed a
Committee to search in the Offices for Precedents in the Journals
of Assembly, relating to the Manner of choosing and appointing
Clerks, and to make Report thereof to the House.
Mr. Bayne Smallwood, Mr. John Stoddert, and Mr. Arthur Lee,
Members returned to serve in this Assembly for Charles County,
appeared in the House. Capt. Addison and Mr. Wilson were sent
to the Upper House with those Gentlemen, to see them there quali-
fied: They return and acquaint Mr. Speaker, they saw them quali-
fied in the usual manner.

p. 813

The Gentlemen took their Seats in the House.
His Excellency the Governor communicated to Mr. Speaker the
following Message; viz. ( See pages 169- 171)

p. 814

The House adjourns until 2 of the Clock.

Post Meridiem.

The House met according to Adjournment.
Col. Robert King and Major Robert Jenkins Henry, two re-
turned Members to serve in this Assembly for Somerset County,
and Col. Edward Sprigg, a returned Member for Prince George's
County, appeared in the House.
Capt. Addison, Mr. Murdock, Capt. Handy, and Capt. Wagga-
man, were sent to the Upper House with those Gentlemen, to see
them there qualified: They return and acquaint Mr. Speaker, they
saw them qualified in the usual Manner.
The Gentlemen took their Seats in the House.
The House appointed Mr. Thomas King, Serjeant at Arms, to
attend this House; and also appointed Mr. Thomas Sparrow Door-
Keeper: Ordered, That Col. Hooper do administer to them the
several Oaths required by Law, and the Oath of Office.
Col. Hooper acquaints Mr. Speaker, that Thomas King and
Thomas Sparrow took the several Oaths to the Government required
by Law, and subscribed the Oath of Abjuration, and repeated and
subscribed the Test in his Presence, and took the following Oaths
of Office; viz.



 
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