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

U. H. J.

losing them, We shall ever depart from what We think so essentially
necessary to Our Privileges, to wit, the not giving any Answer to
any Enquiry whether any Bill hath passed this house or for what
Reasons the same did not pass.
Signed p Order M Macnemara Cl Lo H.

Edmund Jenings and Charles Hammond Esqr are sent to the
Lower house to inform the Speaker that his Excellency requires
his Attendance with the whole house in the Council Chamber
The Speaker and the Lower house attend and His Excellency
is pleased to make the following Speech.

Gentlemen of the Upper and Lower houses of Assembly
As nothing ever gives me more Satisfaction, than a Harmony
and good Agreement between the several Branches of the Legisla-
ture, by which alone the true Interest of the Province can be pursued,

p. 71

it is with infinite Regrett I see the present misunderstanding be-
tween the two houses of Assembly, which has put so full a stop to all
Our Proceedings: I wish with all my heart you could have found
some Way amongst your selves to have reconciled all Differences,
but since that cannot be, nothing remains for me to do, but to put an
End to these unhappy Disputes by a Prorogation; and I do prorogue
this Assembly to Tuesday the twentieth Day of this Instant April,
and you are to take Notice you are prorogued to that Day accord-
ingly
Thus Endeth this Convention of Assembly begun & held at the
City of Annapolis the nineteenth Day of March and ending the tenth
Day of April Anno Domini 1736 in the Ninth year of his Majestys
Reign and in the twenty first Year of his Lordships Dominion
Jno Ross Cl



 
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