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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, 1748-1751
Volume 46, Page 602   View pdf image (33K)
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602 Assembly Proceedings, May 15-June 8, 1751.

L. H. J.
Liber No. 47
June 8

own I am at a Loss to know what I can properly do in the Affair,
therefore should be very glad of your further Opinion and Advice.
None of the Places in Question are in my Nomination; and if I
should order the Attorney General to prosecute them for a Breach
of the said Law, I fear that might be the less effectual, as there is no
Penalty imposed for not taking the said Oath.
Sam. Ogle.

p. 183

On reading and considering the Message of this Day from the
Upper House by Richard Lee, Esq: Resolved, That all Bills that
take their Rise in, and go from this House to the Upper House,
ought to be returned again to this House with an Affirmative or
Negative, or with Reasons for not reading or considering such Bill.
Resolved, That the retaining the Bill entituled, An Explanatory
Act to the Act entituled, An Act to repeal a certain Act of Assem-
bly entituled, An Act to prevent the Growth of Popery within this
Province, by the Upper House, is unprecedented, and contrary to
the constant Course of Proceedings that hitherto hath subsisted
between the two Houses; and tends to the destroying the good Har-
mony that ought to subsist (and which we have ever endeavoured
to keep up) between the two Houses.
Ordered, That Col. Sprigg and Col. Colvill do acquaint his Excel-
lency, that no Public Business lies before this House to transact.
Edmund Jenings, Esq; and Col. Hammond, from the Upper
House, acquaint Mr. Speaker, that the Governor requires the At-
tendance of the Lower House immediately in the Upper House.
Mr. Speaker left the Chair, and (with the Members of the Lower
House) went to the Upper House; where he presented to his Excel-
lency the Governor the following Ingrossed Bills, vizt (See pages

p. 185

All which his Excellency the Governor passed into Laws in the
usual Form, and made the following Speech: (See page 536)
So endeth this Session of Assembly, this Eighth Day of June, in
the Year of our Lord 1751.
Test. M. Macnemara, Cl. Lo. Ho.

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