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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, 1766-1768
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PROCEEDINGS

OF THE

UPPER HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY


At a Session of Assembly begun and held at the City of Annapolis,
on Tuesday the 24th Day of May, in the Eighteenth Year of His
Lordships Dominion, Anno Domini 1768

Present
His Excellency Horatio Sharpe Esq,,r Governor.

U. H. J.
Liber No. 36
1768
May 24
p. 370

Benjamin Tasker Esq.r

John Ridout Esq,,r

Benedict Calvert Esq,,r

Walter Dulany Esq,,r

Daniel Dulanv Esq r

Tohn Beale Bordley Esq,,r

Mess.rs Holliday and Worthington acquaint his Excellency that
there are a Sufficient Number of Members met, to make an House,
and wait His Excellencys Commands

John Ridout and Walter Dulany Esq,,rs are sent to the Lower
House to Administer the Oaths to the Government, appointed to
be taken by Act of Assembly of this Province, to the several Mem-
bers of that House, and Ordered that the Clerk of this House attend
them, who Administered the several Oaths to the Members then
present, and they all Subscribed the Oath of Abjuration and Test.

Benedict Calvert and Daniel Dulany Esq,,rs are sent to acquaint
the Lower House, that his Excellency requires their Attendance in
the Upper House immediately

The Lower House attend, and His Excellency Orders them to
return to their House, and make Choice of a Speaker

Mess.rs Holliday and Ringgold, from the Lower House, acquaint
His Excellency, that their House have made Choice of a Speaker.

Benedict Calvert and John Ridout Esq,,rs are sent to the Lower
House, to inform them that His Excellency requires their At-
tendance in the Upper House, immediately, to present their Speaker
for his Approbation

The Lower House attend, and present Robert Lloyd Esq,,r for
their Speaker, with which Choice his Excellency declares Himself
well pleased, and makes the following Speech
Gentlemen of the Upper and Lower Houses of Assembly

Since the last Session of Assembly, I have received Letters from
Sir William Johnson, His Majestys Superintendent of Indian


 

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