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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, 1748-1751
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640 Assembly Proceedings, December 7-14, 1751.

U. H. J.
Liber No. 34
December 7

But however great our Own particular Loss may be by this un-
happy Event, on which I Sincerely condole with You, It must be no
Small Satisfaction to Us to think that our Present Lord Proprietor
is so near being of age from whose early Good Sence and other
Promising Qualities, We have all the Reason in the world to hope
for the enjoyment of those Blessings that Naturally flow from a
mild and equitable Government whoever may be Intrusted with the
Administration of affairs.
As for my own part I can truly Say it has been Always my Sin-
cere desire to Promote Your Welfare, in every respect to the utmost
of my Power; nor indeed can the Proprietor be Served any other way
so effectually, as his Revenue must of Course increase with the Num-
ber and Riches of his Tenants.
But it is unnecessary to enlarge on this Subject or to recommend
any Particular Laws at present to Your Consideration as my only
view in meeting You at this unseasonable Time of the Year is to give
you an Opportunity of aiding Such of our late Publick Proceedings
as may have any difficiency in Point of Law; and when this is done
I presume you will be desirous of returning immediately to your
respective homes.
Messrs Lee and Scarborough from the Lower house acquaint his
Excellency that their house had made Choice of Mr Michael Mac-
nemara for their Clerk, and hopes for his Excellencys Approbation
to whom his Excellency is pleased to declare that he approves of their
Choice.
Messrs Lee and Smalwood from the Lower house attend with
Mr Michael Macnemara Clerk of the said house 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 also takes the usual Oath of Office, and then withdraws.
Adjourned till Monday Morning ten of the Clock

December 9

Monday Morning the 9th of December 1751.
This house met again according to Adjournment

Present as on Saturday with
the Addition of Col Tasker

p. 399

Messrs Henry and Hopper from the Lower house attend with John
Goldsborough a Member elected for Talbot County John James
Mackall, Benjamin Mackall & Thomas Reynolds Members elected
for Calvert County, Alexander Williamson William Rassin and
Abraham Falkner, Members elected for Kent County, Henry Hooper
Ennals Hooper Charles Goldsborough and Daniel Sullyvan Members
elected for Dorchester County, Michael Earle a Member elected for



 
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