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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, 1758-1761
Volume 56, Page 73   View pdf image (33K)
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The Lower House.


73


Greenfield,

For the Negative,
Hanson,

Owings,


L. H. J.

Liber No. 51
Nov. 14

Williamson,

Dent,

Earle,



Hynson,

Stoddert,

Murdock,



Hammond,

Sulivane,

King,



Gassaway,

Travers,

Beall,



Carroll,

Cockey Deye,

Hopper,



Worthington,

Govane,

Chapline.



Gantt,

J. H. Dorsey,


23


On Motion, Resolved, That this House will, on Tuesday Morning
next, being the 28th Instant, take into Consideration his Excellency
the Governor's Speech, together with General Forbes's Letter.
The Bill, entituled, An Act continuing an Act, entituled, An Act
for amending the Staple of Tobacco, &c. was sent to the Upper
House by Mr. Murdock and Alexander Williamson, Esq ;
His Excellency communicated to Mr. Speaker, the following
Message, viz.


Gentlemen of the Lower House of Assembly,
I was pleased to find by your Journal, that you did, at your last
Meeting, make such a Resolve as is mentioned in your Address, and,
as I apprehended it would give the General some Satisfaction, I took
the Liberty to send him a Copy of it. I thank you for your Promise
to take the Letter, which I have now laid before you under Considera-
tion, and for the Hopes you give me, that you will, with Dispatch,
proceed to do every Thing his Excellency can reasonably wish or
expect from the Inhabitants of this Province.
Hor.o Sharpe.

On Motion, Leave given, to bring in a Bill for the more effectual
Destruction of Crows and Squirrels in Saint Mary's, Charles, Anne-
Arundel, Calvert, Prince-George's, and Worcester Counties.

Ordered, That Mr. Key and Mr. Hanson do prepare and bring
in the same.

Mr. Henry Wright Crabb, a Delegate of Frederick County, ap-
peared in the House.

Ordered, That Capt. Chapline and Mr. King do go with him to
the Upper House, to see him Qualified. They return and acquaint
Mr. Speaker, That they saw him Qualified in the usual Manner.

The Gentleman took his Seat in the House.
Alexander Williamson, Esq; brings in and delivers to Mr. Speaker,
a Bill, entituled, An Act continuing an Act, entituled, An Act for
destroying Squirrels and Crows in the several Counties therein men-
tioned. And,

p. 39



 
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