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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, 1769-1770
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The Upper House. 173


Wednesday Morning 26.th September 1770.
The House met again according to Adjournment.

Present as yesterday and Richard Lee Esq.r
Mess.rs Grahame and Worthington from the Lower House bring
up the following Message —
By the Lower House of Assembly 26.th Sept.r 1770 —
May it please your Honours,
This House hath appointed Mess.rs Ringgold, Grahame, Worth-
ington, Eden, Steele, Contee and Parran to join one or more of the
Members of your House, as a Committee to inspect the Office and
Proceedings of the Commissioners for Emitting Bills of Credit.
Signed p Order — John Duckett Cl. Lo. Ho.

Mess.rs Mackall and Hopper from the Lower House bring up the
following Message.
By the Lower House of Assembly 26:th Sept.r 1770.
May it please your Honours,
This House hath appointed, from Eight of the Clock in the
Morning 'till One in the Afternoon, for itts Sitting every day during
this Session for the Dispatch of the Public Business.
Signed p Order— Jn.o Duckett Cl. Lo. Ho.

The following Message is Sent to the Lower House By Benedict
Calvert Esq.r
By the Upper House of Assembly 26.th Sept.r 1770.
Gentlemen,

This House hath appointed Benedict Calvert and Walter Dulany
Esq.rs to join the Members of your House, named by you, for the
purposes in your Message of this Morning by Mess.rs Grahame and
Worthington.
Signed p Order. U Scott Cl. Up. Ho.

U. H. J.
Liber No. 36
Sept. 26

On Application, Summonses were Ordered and Issued for Henry
Cassan, Giles Hicks, Richard Mason Thomas Ringgold, The Rev-
erend Hugh Neile William Hindman, Jeremiah Garland, James
Butler Doctor John Smith, Peter Maxwell John Kent, John Ireland,
Solomon Holton, Gideon Emory, Vincent Benton and John Tillotson,
Personally to appear before this House on Monday the Eighth day
of October next, to Testify the Truth of their Knowledge of sundry
Facts set forth in a Petition, (now depending before this House)
against the removal of Queen Anns County Court House.
The Committee appointed to prepare an Address in Answer to his
Excellencys Speech bring in the following.
To His Excellency Robert Eden Esquire, Lieutenant General and
Chief Governor in and over the Province of Maryland.

p. 447



 
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