L. H. J.
Liber No. 47
read and assented to, and sent to the Upper House with the Paper
Bill, by Mr. Key and Mr. Dulany.
Samuel Chamberlaine, Esq; from the Upper House, delivers to
Mr. Speaker the several Paper Bills (the Ingrossed Bills of which
were severally read and assented to by both Houses), Indorsed sev-
erally, " The Ingrossed Bill, whereof this is the Original, is read
and assented to."
Ordered, That Mr. Key and Mr. Sulivane do go and acquaint
the Governor, that no Business lies now before this House.
Edmund Jenings and Samuel Chamberlaine, Esquires, from the
Upper House, acquaint Mr. Speaker, that the Governor requires
the Attendance of the Lower House immediately.
Mr. Speaker left the Chair, and, attended by the Members of the
Lower House, went to the Upper House, where he presented to his
Excellency, [the following Ingrossed bills, see pages 373-375]
All which his Excellency passed into Laws in the usual Form:
After which his Excellency made the following Speech; (See page
So endeth this Session of Assembly this 2d Day of June, in the
36th Year of his Lordship's Dominion, in the 23d Year of his
Majesty's Reign, and in the Year of our Lord, 1750.
Test. M. Macnemara, Cl. Lo. Ho.