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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, 1740-1744
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126 Assembly Proceedings, July 7-29, 1740.

L. H. J.

within this Province and drawn together by any Officer or Officers
thereto duly Authorized by Commission from his Majesty and as
no Commissions have as Yet come to my hands in Order that such
Officers may be Authorized as the Act mentions and as several Per-
sons who have entered themselves as Soldiers are now in Town and
others daily expected and applications have been made to me that
they may be subsisted and maintained I hope that if such Soldiers
by the Words of the one Law cannot be maintained or by the Words
of the other have the Benefit of the Bounty that You will bring in a
Bill to remove any such doubts which may otherwise discourage Men
from Misting and impede his Majesty s Service Sam: Ogle

Ordered that An Address to his Excellency be prepared in Answer
to his Message
An Address to his Excellency was brought in Read and Approved
and Ordered to be Ingrossed (See page 91)
The Address to his Excellency was brought in Ingrossed and was
Signed by Order and on Behalf of the House by the Honourable
Speaker
Colo King and Colo Colvil Ordered to acquaint his Excellency this
House hath prepared An Address to him and desires to know when
and where he will receive it
They return and acquaint Mr Speaker the Governor will be ready
to receive it in the Conference Chamber immediately
The Address sent to his Excellency by Colo King and five more
Edmund Jenings and James Holliday Esqr from the Upper House
acquaint Mr Speaker the Governor requires the Attendance of the
Lower House immediately
Mr Speaker with the rest of the Members of the Lower House
sent to the Upper House where his Excellency Passed the several
following Ingrossed Bills, Assented to by both Houses into Laws
By affixing severally to them the Right Honourable the Lord Pro-
prietary his Greater Seal at Arms and Indorsing them thus on Behalf
of the Lord Proprietary I will this be a Law (for the list of these
laws see page 78)
After which his Excellency made A Speech to both Houses of
Assembly A Copy of which was not delivered to Mr Speaker
Mr Speaker and the rest of the Members returned into the Lower
House Mr Speaker Re-assumed the Chair and acquainted the House
that the Governor had by Advice of his Lordships Council of State
Prorogued this Assembly to the second Tuesday in November next
So Endeth this second Session of Assembly this twenty ninth day
of July In the twenty sixth Year of the Dominion of Charles Absolute
Lord and Proprietary of the Provinces of Maryland and Avalon
Lord Baron of Baltimore and in the Year of Our Lord God 1740
Test M Macnemara Cl. lo. ho :



 
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