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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, 1733-1736
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314 Assembly Proceedings, March 19, 1735/6-April 10, 1736.

U. H. J.

tho I have not as yet received any Answer from his Lordship to your
joint Address, nor have any thing at present in particular to recom-
mend to you

p. 2

If the Consideration of anything extraordinary for the Service
of the Country should arise amongst yourselves, You may be assured,
I shall very readily and heartily give you all the Assistance that lies
in my Power, there being nothing that gives me more Pleasure, than
the promoting upon all Occasions the Welfare and Prosperity of the
Province

Gentlemen
You cannot but be sensible how much it is to the Ease of poor
People to have the publick Levy as low as possible and as nothing
can conduce more thereto than short Sessions of Assembly, I hope
I need not press you to give all necessary Dispatch to what ever
Business may come before you, a thing very desireable upon many
Accounts.
Messrs
Jordan and Read from the Lower house attend with Mr
James Waughop a Member elected for St Marys County in the
Room of Thomas Waughop deceas'd in Order to see him qualified,
who takes the Oaths to the Government appointed to be taken by
Act of Assembly, and subscribes the Abjuration and Test and then
withdrew
Adjourned till to Morrow Morning Nine of the Clock.

March 20

Saturday 20 March 1735


This house met again according to Adjournment
Present as Yesterday
A message from the Lower house by Mrs Brown & Denton

By the Lower house of Assembly 20 March 1735
May it please your Honours

p. 3

This house hath resolved that the hours of sitting for Dispatch of
publick Business during this Session be from the Hours of nine
to Twelve in the forenoon, and from the Hours of two to five in the
Afternoon, with which we desire your Honours Concurrence
Signed p Order M Macnemara Cl Lo Ho.

Benjamin Tasker Esqr attended by the Members of this House
present to his Excellency the Governor the Address of this House
which follows in these words



 
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