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

497



For the Affirmative,


L. H. J.

Hynson,

Govane,

Steuart,

Liber No. 51
May 6

Ringgold,

Owings,

E. Tilghman,


Worthington,

Baker,

M. Tilghman,


Carroll,

Mauldin,

Harris,


Gantt,

Murdock,

Scarborough,


Hanson,

King,

Crabb.


Stoddert,

Dulany,

[20]



For the Negative,



Gresham,

Edmondson,

Selby,


Gassaway,

Bowman,

Chapline,


Hammond,

Travers,

Magruder,


Smallwood,

Cockey Deye,

Cresap. [12]


Mr. Selby has Leave of Absence.
Benedict Calvert, Esq; from the Upper House, delivers to Mr.
Speaker, a Bill, entituled, An Act for encouraging a Collection and
Publication of the Laws of this Province; Indorsed, By the Upper
House of Assembly, May 6th, 1761. Read the first Time, and Or-
dered to lie on the Table.
And thus, By the Upper House of Assembly, May 6th, 1761.
Read the second Time, and, with the Amendments, will Pass.
Signed p Order, J. Ross, Cl. Up. Ho.


John Ridout, Esq; from the Upper House, delivers to Mr.
Speaker the Journal of Accounts; thus Indorsed, 6th May, 1761.
Read and will not be Assented to.
Signed p Order, J. Ross, Q. Up. Ho.

Samuel Chamberlaine and Benedict Calvert, Esquires, from the

Upper House, acquaint Mr. Speaker, That the Governor requires
the Attendance of this House immediately in the Council Chamber.
Mr. Speaker left the Chair, and, with the Rest of the Members
of the Lower House, attended his Excellency in the Council Chamber,
when his Excellency made the following Speech :

Gentlemen of the Upper and Lower Houses of Assembly,

I have thought fit, with the Advice of his Lordship's Council of
State, to Prorogue this Assembly to the First Monday in August
next; and you are to take Notice you are Prorogued to that Day
accordingly.

So Endeth this Convention in Assembly, this Sixth Day of
May, 1761.

Test. John Allen Thomas, Cl. Lo. Ho.

p. 422



 
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