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A Biographical Dictionary of the Maryland Legislature 1635-1789 by Edward C. Papenfuse, et. al.
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GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF 1789

John Eager Howard, governor
November 2-December 25, 1789


SENATE


WESTERN SHORE

John Smith, president 1

James Carroll

William Hemsley (DNS)

Charles Carroll of

Daniel Carroll, president 1

Daniel Bowley (E)

William Perry

Carrollton

Richard Ridgely

EASTERN SHORE

Peregrine Tilghman

George Plater (DNS)

Samuel Hughes

John Henry (DNS)

Nicholas Hammond

John Hall

William Harrison (DNS, D)

George Gale



HOUSE OF

DELEGATES


ST MARY'S

BALTIMORE

Edward Oldham

Mountjoy Bayly

Henry James Carroll

Charles Ridgely

Richard Bond

HARFORD

Zachariah Forrest

James Gittings

Henry Hollingsworth (E)

Benjamin Bradford Norris

Richard Barnes

Charles Ridgely, of William

ANNAPOLIS

William Pinkney

James Hopewell

Richard Owings

Allen Quynn

John Lee Webster (DNS)

KENT

TALBOT

Gabriel Duvall

John Love

William Tilghman

Hugh Sherwood, of

PRINCE GEORGE'S

CAROLINE

Matthew Tilghman

Huntington

Robert Bowie

William Banckes

John Moore

James Tilghman, Jr.

Walter Bowie

William Whitely

Peregrine Lethrbury (DNS)

Edward Lloyd (DNS)

Thomas Clark

Charles Emory

ANNE ARUNDEL

David Kerr

George Digges

Thomas Mason

Nicholas Worthington

SOMERSET

QUEEN ANNE'S

BALTIMORE TOWN

John Griffith Worthington

Tubman Lowes

John Seney

Samuel Sterett

Brice T. B. Worthington
Richard Harwood

CALVERT

John Stewart
John Gale
Levin Winder

James O'Bryon
James Tilghman
John Brown (DNS)

James McHenry

WASHINGTON

Henry Shryock

Alexander Frazier

DORCHESTER

WORCESTER

John Stull

Thomas Gantt

William Vans Murray

John Selby Purnell

Adam Ott

Peregrine Freeland

James Shaw

Benjamin Dennis

John Lynn

John Somerville

CHARLES

Moses LeCompte
James Steele

Isaac Houston
Benjamin F. A. C. Dashiell

MONTGOMERY

Edward Burgess

George Dent, speaker

CECIL

FREDERICK

Jeremiah Crabb

John Parnham

William Matthews

Abraham Faw

Laurence O'Neale

William Craik
William Hanson McPherson

Nathaniel Ramsay
(DNS, R)

Joshua Dorsey
David Shriver

Uriah Forrest



Committee Service


ELECTIONS AND PRIVILEGES

Quynn

Stewart

LAWS TO EXPIRE

Craik

Seney

Banckes

Faw

B. Worthington

Stewart

Faw

Quynn

Seney

O'Neale

C. Ridgely, of William

U. Forrest

U. Forrest

CLAIMS

Sterett

Dorsey

C. Ridgely, of William

GRIEVANCES AND COURTS OF

M. Tilghman

B. Worthington
J. Tilghman, Jr.

N. Worthington
Duvall

JUSTICE




Pinkney




EXECUTIVE COUNCIL

November 17, 1789-November 8, 1790

John Kilty James Brice John Davidson
William Hindman Randolph Brandt Latimer

1 Smith was elected president on December 7, 1789, to replace Carroll who had been granted a leave of absence.

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