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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, 1755-1756
Volume 52, Page 105   View pdf image (33K)
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The Lower House. 105

Ordered that Major Hall with three more do present the Address.
Benedict Calvert Esq from the Upper House Delivers to M.r
Speaker the several Paper Bills (The Ingrossed Bills of which were
severally read and assented to by Both Houses) Which Paper Bills
were severally thus Indorsed By the Upper House of Assembly the
Ingrossed Bill whereof this is the Original is Read and assented to.
Signed p Order J. Ross, Cl. Up. Ho.

George Plater, Esq; & Col. Charles Hammond from the Upper
House, acquaint M.r Speaker that the Govr requires the Immediate
Attendance of the Lower House in the Council Chamber.
M.r Speaker left the Chair and (with the rest of the Members
of the Lower House) went to the Upper House, where his Excellency
Passed the several ingrossed bills into Laws in the usual Manner,
No I An Act directing the Commissioners of the Currency Office
Speedily to call in the Interest due on Bonds, and other Securities,
and all Monies due on Funds payable into the said Office.
No 2 An Act for the Continuance of Process in Baltimore County
No 3 An Act to impower and direct the Clerk of Baltimore
County Court to record among the said County Records a Deed of
Bargain and Sale from Issac Johns deceased, to Robert Adair.
No 4 An Act to aid the defective Entry of the late Deputy Clerk
of Prince-Georges County, in the Recording of a Deed of a Bargain
and Sale from John Wheeler to William Hutchison.
No 5 An Act for regulating the Rates of Carriage and Quarter-
ing Soldiers in Public Houses, within this Province for his Majesty's
No 6 An Act to prevent the People of this Province from supply-
ing the French or their Indian Allies with Ammunition Warlike
Stores or Provisions of any Kind.
No 7 An Act for the Relief of Inspectors and Owners of Tobacco
and Others who have suffered by Means of extraordinary Rains and
high Tides and other Defects in the Inspection-Law.
His Excellency then made the following Speech,
Gentlemen of the Upper and Lower Houses of Assembly,

L. H. J.
Liber No. 48
March 26

I have thought fit, with the Advice of his Lordship's Council
of State, to prorogue this present General Assembly, to Tuesday the
first Day of July next Wherefore you are to take Notice, that you
are prorogued to that Day accordingly.
So endeth this Session of Assembly, this 26th Day of March, in
the year of our Lord 1755.
Test. M: Macnemara Cl. Lo. Ho.


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