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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, 1748-1751
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The Lower House. 669


Was sent to the Upper House by Capt. Lee and Mr. Gantt.
Mr. Hollyday, from the Committee of Laws, delivers to Mr.
Speaker the Address to the Right Honourable the Lord Proprie-
tary, Ingrossed; which was read and assented to, and signed, by
Order of the House, by the Honourable Speaker.
Mr. Key, from the Committee of Laws, delivers to Mr. Speaker
an Address to the Governor; which was read, approved, and ordered
to be Ingrossed.
On reading the Representation of Mr. Henry Baker, relating to
the Election of Mr. Michael Earle, a Delegate for Caecil County;
the same is referred to the Consideration of the next Assembly.

L. H. J.

Liber No. 47
December 14

Major Hall, from the Committee of Laws, delivers to Mr. Speaker
an Ingrossed Bill entituled, An Act for the Continuation of Ac-
tions, and securing the Peace and good Government of this Prov-
ince; which was read and assented to, and sent to the Upper House,
with the Paper Bill, by Mr. Key and Mr. Hollyday.
Mr. Hollyday, from the Committee of Laws, delivers to Mr.
Speaker the following Ingrossed Address; viz.
To his Excellency Samuel Ogle, Esq; Governor of Maryland,
The Humble Address of the House of Delegates.
May it please your Excellency,
This House having agreed to an Address to the Right Honourable
the Lord Proprietary, humbly intreat your Excellency would be
pleased to transmit the same, so that it may be delivered to his
Lordship.
Which was read and assented to, and signed, by Order of the
House, by the Honourable Speaker.
Ordered, That Col. Henry Hooper and Mr. Wootton do acquaint
his Excellency that this House hath prepared an Address to him, and
desires to know when and where he will please to receive it: They
return and acquaint Mr. Speaker, that the Governor signified he was
ready to receive the Address immediately in the Conference Chamber.
Ordered, That Col. Henry Hooper, and five more, do present the
Address to his Excellency; and deliver the Address to the Right
Honourable the Lord Proprietary to the Governor at the same Time.
The Governor communicates to Mr. Speaker the following Mes-
sage; viz.
Gentlemen of the Lower House of Assembly,
I will take Care to transmit your Address to the Right Honour-
able the Lord Proprietary, so that it may be delivered to his Lord-
ship; and I return you my hearty Thanks for the kind Mention you
have been pleased to make of myself. Sam. Ogle.
Col. Tasker, from the Upper House, delivers to Mr. Speaker the
Paper Bills (the Ingrossed Bills of which having been read and

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