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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, 1748-1751
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The Lower

House. 233


For Queen Anne's County,

Col. John Scarborough,

L. H. J.

Capt. Edward Tilghman,

Col. John Henry.

Liber No. 46

May 24

Capt. William Hopper,



Mr. Thomas Wilkinson,

For Frederick County,


Mr. John Davis.

Capt. Henry Wright Crabb,



Mr. Joseph Chaplain,


For Worcester County,

Daniel Dulany, Junior, Esq;


Capt. Thomas Robins,

Capt. Thomas Owen,


Mr. John Selby,



A sufficient Number of the Members of the Lower House of
Assembly being met at the Stadt-House, Ordered, That Col. King
and Dr. Carroll do acquaint his Excellency the Governor therewith :
They return, and acquaint Mr. Speaker they delivered the Message.
Richard Lee and Benedict Calvert, Esquires, from the Upper
House, acquaint Mr. Speaker, that the Governor requires the At-
tendance of the Lower House in the Upper House.
Mr. Speaker left the Chair, and, attended with the Members of
the Lower House, went to the Upper House, where his Excellency
made the following Speech: (Sec page 187)

The Governor delivered to Mr. Speaker the following Extracts ;
viz. (See pages 188-203)


Mr. Speaker (with the Members of the Lower House) returned,
and resumed the Chair.
Mr. Daniel Sulivane, a Member returned to serve in this Assem-
bly for Dorchester County, appeared in the House. Ordered, That
Col. Hooper and Mr. John Goldsborough do go with Mr. Sulivane
to the Upper House to see him there qualified: They return and
acquaint Mr. Speaker, they saw him qualified in the usual manner.
The Gentleman took his Seat in the House.
The Governor's Speech, and the Extracts therein mentioned, were
read in the House by the Clerk, and Ordered That they do lie on the
Table.
The House adjourns until Tomorrow Morning, 9 of the Clock.

p. 834

Thursday Morning, May 25, 1749.

The House met according to Adjournment, the Members were
called over, and all were present as yesterday: The Proceedings of
yesterday were read.
Capt. Travers appeared in the House.
The House continued the several Gentlemen on the Committees,
that were appointed at the last Meeting in Assembly.
The House having taken the Governor's Speech into Considera-
tion; Ordered, That the Committee of Laws do prepare an Address
to his Excellency thereon.

May 25



 
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