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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, 1752-1754
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The Upper House. 535


to See him Qualified who takes the Severall Oaths to the Govern-
ment required by Law repeals and Subscribes the Abjuration and
Test and then withdraws.
Adjourned till three of the Clock in the Afternoon

Eodem Die post Meridiem
This house met again according to Adjournment

U. H. J.
[ Liber No. 34
July 18

Present as in the Morning
Benjamin Tasker Esq.r attended by the Members of this house
Presents to his Excellency the address of this house which is as
follows Vizt
To his Excellency Horatio Sharpe Esq.r Governor and Commander
in Chief in and over the Province of Maryland
The humble address of the Upper house of assembly
May it please your Excellency
We return you our Sincere thanks for the speech you was pleased
to make to both Houses and as We are very Sensible of the dangerous
Situation of affairs at this Time Relative to the common Interest of

hie Majeetye Colonies on this Continent We shall readily concur

with every proper Measure that may be proposed to us, in order to
comply with the Directions of the Letter from the Earl of Holder-
ness, and according to the utmost of Your abilitys endeavour to
answer the hopes and Expectations of Our Neighbours in contrib-
uting our assistance to check the Progress of Our Common Enemys
whose Ambitious Designs have urged them to invade his Majestys
Territorys and commit Such Acts of Hostility as are an open Viola-
tion of the Most Solemn Treaties.
Benjamin Tasker Presid.t
Adjourned till tomorrow Morning ten of the Clock

p. 509

Friday Morning 19.th July 1754
This house met again According to adjournment

Present as Yesterday
The Governor is pleased to communicate his Answer to the address
of this house and is as follows Viz.t
Gentlemen of the Upper house of Assembly
I Return you Sincere thanks for Your Obliging address, and your
Sentiments being so agreeable to my own, it gives me the Strongest
assurance of your Ready Concurrence in every proper Measure that
the Necessity of affairs really require
Hor.° Sharpe

Adjourned till three of the Clock in the afternoon.

July 19



 
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