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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, 1758-1761
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The Lower House. 161


Sir, Whitehall 9th Dec.r 1758
His majesty having nothing so much at Heart as to improve .....
[ The letter beginning thus, signed by William Pitt, is printed in full
in Upper House Journal pp. 142-144]

L. H. J.
Liber No. 51
April 4

Sir; Whitehall 29th Decr 1758
In Transmitting to you the inclosed Duplicate of my letter .....
[The letter beginning thus, signed by William Pitt, is printed in full
in Upper House Journal p. 145]

pp. 106-107

Sir: New York Decr 13, 1758
The King having been pleased to appoint me Commander.....
[The letter beginning thus, signed by General Jeffrey Amherst, is
printed in full in Upper House Journal p. 144]

pp. 108-109

Sir: New York March 18 1759
It having become necessary by the Demise of Brigr Gen Forbes .....

[The letter beginning thus, signed by General Jeffrey Amherst, is
printed in full in Upper House Journal pp. 145-146]

p. 110

Which were severally read and Ordered to lie on the table.

Doctor George Steuart, a Delegate returned by the Mayor, Re-
corder and Aldermen of the City of Annapolis, to serve in the
General Assembly of this Province, appeared in the House.

Ordered, That Mr. Dulany and Mr. Worthington do go with
him to the Upper House, to see him Qualified. They return and
acquaint Mr. Speaker, They saw him Qualified in the usual Manner.

The Gentleman took his Seat in the House.

Resolved, That the Rules ordered to be observed by the several
Members of this House last Session, be observed as such during
this Session.

Resolved, That the Hours of Sitting this Session, for Dispatch
of Public Business, be from Eight of the Clock in the Morning
until Twelve, and from Two of the Clock Afternoon until Six.

Ordered, That Doctor Steuart do acquaint the Reverend Mr.
Clement Brooke, That he is requested by this House to Read Divine
Service daily, during this Session, at a Quarter before Eight of the
Clock in the Morning, and at Six of the Clock in the Evening.

Ordered, That his Excellency's Speech be again Read; which was
accordingly; and, Ordered, That an Address be prepared to the
Governor thereon; and that Mr. Charles Goldsborogh, Col. Tilgh-

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