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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, March, 1707-November, 1710
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492 Assembly Proceedings, Oct. 25-Nov. 4, 1710.

U. H. J.

usual & requisite Matters as may conduce to the Preservation
of the Peace and be reasonably proposed by you for the
Benefit! & advantage of those you represent ever having a
due regard to her Majesty's said Instruction. And that with
as much diligence & convenient Speed as may be in the usual
manner.

p. 657

After which Mr Speaker and the Members of the House
took Leave and departed to their House
Mr Robert Tyler Mr Samuel Worthington and Mr Nathanl
Dare came from the House of Delegates & presented Capt
John Franklyn a Member Elected to serve for Somersett
County, Mr Thos Hicks & Mr John Hudson Members elected
for Dorchester County & Major Charles Hammond one
elected for Ann Arundel County and Mr James Bowles for St
Mary's County
Who in their Presence had by the honble Col Wm Holland
Chief Judge of the Provincial Court administred to them and
took the Oath appointed instead of the Oaths of Allegiance
& Supremacy & the Oath of Abjuration which they Severally
Subscribed with the Test
And then the Council adjourned until nine of the Clock to
morrow morning

Wednesday October the 25th 1710
The Council in Assembly Sate Present
The Honble President

The Honble

Col Wm Holland
Col Wm Coursey
Samuel Young Esqr

Col Greenberry
John Hall Esqr


Mr Hemsley and three other members bring from the House
of Delegates, the following answer to what the Hon:ble Presi-
dent had offered to them upon the opening this Session Viz.

p. 658

By the House of Delegates October the 25th 1710

This House have had under their Consideration what your
Honours were pleased to say to them at the opening this Ses-
sion and are very willing and desirous to make this Session
as short as possibly they Can and not to Enter upon any
Business but assessing the publick Charge, and what seems
to be of absolute necessity for the peace and Welfare of this
Province Signed p Order R Dallam Cl Ho Del

The following Message sent to the House by the honble
Mr Young and Mr Hall Esqr Viz.



 
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