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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, 1724-1726
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296 Assembly Proceedings, October 6-November 6, 1725.

L. H. J.

Afterwards by virtue of his Lpps Writt of prorogation
bearing date the same fifth day of October this present Gen-

erall Assembly was further prorogued to the Sixth day of
October Instant

According to his Lpps Writt of prorogation the Severall
members appeared as on Yesterday.
Collo Holland and Collo Addison from the Upper House
with George Plater Gent their Clk enter the House and Ad-
minister the Severall oaths Appointed by Act of Assembly
to the Severall members aforemenconed who severally sub-
scribed the said Oaths & also the Test & then withdrew.
Then the Severall members aforesd proceed to the Choice
of a Speaker and by the majority of Voices Elect the Hon-
ourable Robert Ungle Esqr for their Speaker and place him in
the Chair.
Mr Benjamin Mackall and Mr Courts are Sent to acquaint
his Honour the Governour of the Choice of a Speaker.
They return and say they delivered their message
James Bowles and Phillip Lee Esqrs from the Upper House
acquaint the Severall members that his Honor the Governor
requires them to present their Speaker and to Attend him
Instantly in the Upper House.

p. 194

Collo Thomas Trueman Greenfeild and James Stoddert Esqr
with the rest of the members go to the Upper House there
to present their Speaker to his Honour the Governour.
Mr Speaker wth the rest of the members returns to their
own house where Mr Speaker resumes the Chair, and Reports
that his Honor the Governour was pleased to approve of the
Choice, and that Mr Speaker in the Name of the whole house
desired his Honour the Governour on his Lpps behalf to Con-
firm all the ancient and accustomed priviledges belonging to
the said House, which his Honor was pleased to Grant.
After which his Honour the Governour on his Lpps behalf
delivered the following Speech Viz.

Gentlemen of the Upper and Lower Houses of Assembly.
C Baltemore
As I have always declared the publick Good of my Province
should be the Rule of my Government the Good Effects
whereof I perswade myself you have found some Instances of,
since I Came to my Dominion over you, so I am Determined to
persist in the Same Resolution, Notwithstanding any late
Expressions of mine or mistaken Constructions put on them.



 
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