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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, 1717-April, 1720
Volume 33, Page 282   View pdf image (33K)
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282 Assembly Proceedings, April 22-May 10, 1718.

L. H. J.

Wee Likewise Intreat your Ldps that no Sinister Represen-
tations from any psons Occasioned by their fears rather then
facts be allowed to make any Impressions upon your Ldps
Minds in regard to your f aithf ull Protestant Tenants Inhabit-
ants of the Province of Maryland, on behalf of whom wee of
your Ldps Upper & Lower Houses of Assembly begg leave to
Subscribe our Selves your Ldps &ca.
Signed p Order Philip Hammond Cl. Confr

The above representations is offered to the Consid" of the

The House adjourns till one a Clock in the Afternoon.

Post Meridiem. The house meet According to Adjournmt
The following address to his Excy the Governour being
Signed by the members of the upper House of Assembly was

p. 111

also Signed by the Members of this House and Ordred to be
thus entred viz:

May it please you Excy
The upper and lower Houses of Assembly being sensible
of the vast Expence your Excy has been put to in Defending
us in our happy Establishment against the Attempts of those
who Sought to wound it through your sides are by the Ties of
duty to our Country and gratitude to its benefactors obliged
to pray your Excy's favourable Acceptance of Two hundred
pounds Sterling as a Reimbursement of Such part of what
your Excy has so Generously and happily applyed for our
Advantage as the present Circumstances of Affairs permit us.
We Assure your Excy tht We shall allways retain a grate-
full Sense of the many Advantages that have accrued to this
Province under your Excys most prudent Goverment & how-
ever deficient our Abilities may be our Endeavours will never
be wanting upon all Occasions to approve our Selves &ca

And Sent to the upper House by Colo Mackall Collo Hynson
Capt Mariarte Capt ffrisby Mr Lloyd & Colo Scot with the
following Message viz:

By the Lower House of Assembly May the 10th 1718

P. 112

May it please your Honours
We herewith Send the address Signd by the Majority of our
House which We Desire may be presented to his Excy in the
name of both Houses.

Signed p Order. M: Jenifer Cl lo. ho.

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