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The Lower House. 389


town in Worcester County; were with the paper bills thereof sent
to the upper house by M.r Allen and M.r Selbey.
Daniel Dulany esquire from the upper house delivers to Mr
speaker, the petitions of David Covenover, Eleanor Duvall, John
Marshall, &c.a and of Robert Dick and others: Which are read the
first time and ordered to lie on the table
The bill entitled an act for licensing ordinary keepers, hawkers,
pedlars, and petty chapmen; read the first time and ordered to lie
on the table.
The house adjourns 'til 2, o'clock
Post meridiem. The house met according to adjournment
The governors message of the 11.th of June, referred to the con-
sideration of the next assembly
The governors message of the I5.th read a second time; the subject
matter of which is referred to the consideration of the next assembly
Ordered that M.r Johnson, M.r Murdock, M.r M Tilghman, and M.r
Ringgold do prepare an address to his excellency in answer thereto.

Samuel Chamberlaine esquire from the upper house delivers to
M.r speaker the bill entitled an act for erecting a court house and
public prison for Baltimore County in the town of Baltimore, and
for making sale of the old court house and prison; indorsed: "By
the upper house of assembly June 10.th 1768: Read the first time
and ordered to lie on the table.

Sign'd by order U. Scott cl: up: ho:

By the upper house of assembly June 17.th 1768: Read the second
time and will pass.
Sign'd by order U. Scott cl: up: ho:

Which bill was read here, and pass'd for ingrossing.

L. H. J.

Liber No. 52
June 17

The governors message of the 16.th read the second time; and the
consideration thereof referred to the next assembly, Ordered, that
M.r Johnson, M.r Murdock, M.r M. Tilghman, and M.r Ringgold
do prepare an address to his excellency, in answer thereto.

The bill entitled an act for licensing ordinary keepers, hawkers,
pedlars, and petty chapmen; read the second time by an especial
order: The question was put, Whether the continuance of the said
bill, be for one year and to the end of the next session; or for three
years, and to the end of the next session? Resolved that it be con-
tinued for three years, and to the end of the next session. The
question was put whether the said bill do pass? Resolved in the
affirmative

The petition of Robert Dick and others, referred to the considera-
tion of the next assembly

The house adjourns 'til to morrow morning 8. o'clock
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