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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, 1752-1754
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The Lower House. 415

desires to know when, and where, he will please to receive it: They
return and acquaint Mr. Speaker, that the Governor was pleased to
signify he would receive the Address, in a Quarter of an Hour's
Time, in the Conference Chamber.
Ordered, That Mr. Key, and 14 more, do present the Address to
his Excellency.

L. H. J.

Liber No. 47
February 27

Ordered, That Doctor Alexander Hamilton, do acquaint the Rev-
erend Mr. Malcolm, that he is desired by this House, to read Divine
Service, Morning and Evening, during this Session.
The House adjourns till the morrow Morning at 9 of the Clock.

p. 387

Thursday, February 28, 1754.

The House met according to Adjournment, &c.
Capt. Williamson appeared in the House.
A Letter from Mr. Thomas Wilkinson, a Member of this House,
to the Sheriff of Queen Anne's County, and the Sheriff's Letter in
Answer, being delivered to Mr. Speaker, and by him communicated
to the House, were read, and ordered that the Committee of Elections
and Privileges do make Enquiry into the Facts contained therein,
and make Report thereof to the House.
The House having taken into Consideration that Part of his
Excellency's Speech, which relates to the Governor of Virginia's
Letter to him, and also the said Letter,
The Question was put, Whether this House will now proceed to
grant Supplies for raising Men, in Pursuance of the aforesaid
Letter, or Not?
Resolved Nemine Contradicente, in the Negative.
On Consideration of the Letter from the Lords of Trade and
Plantations, delivered by his Excellency, at the Opening of this
Session to Mr. Speaker,
The Question was put, Whether a Sum of Money be raised to
make a present to the Six Nations of Indians, on their meeting at
Albany, in June next, or Not? Resolved, on a Division, in the
Ordered, That the Committee of Laws do prepare and bring in a
Bill accordingly.
The House adjourns till 2 of the Clock Afternoon.

Post Meridiem.

The House met according to Adjournment, &c.
Mr. Waggaman, Mr. Gillis, Capt. Handy, Capt. Lee, and Mr
Falconar, appeared in the House.

February 28

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