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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, 1764-1765
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4 Assembly Proceedings, September 23-28, 1765.

U. H. J.
Liber No. 36
Sept. 23

before the day to which the Assembly stood prorogued, hoping
that my doing so will Convince You of my desire to gratify You
and afford You an Opportunity to promoting the true Interest of
your Country.

You will I presume Gentlemen during this Session not only have
the Paper Money that hath been paid into the Loan Office, burnt
agreeable to the Act, and the Books Ballanced, but also by paying
off the Publick Debt bring into Circulation at this time when the

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want of it is much felt, the Specie that is at present lock'd up in that
Office and such Money as having been remitted to England by Virtue
of Several Acts of Assembly still remains there unappropriated.

I have not for my part any thing Gentlemen at this Time to ask
of you and it would be unnecessary for me to recommend to you
the making of such new Laws as Your own Experience teaches You
the Province is in want of I shall therefore only say that I most
sincerely wish all your Deliberations may tend to advance the Publick
Good, and that altho' You compose two Houses, yet since your
Interest is the same You may proceed with the greatest Harmony,
and as is your Duty, be unanimous in your Endeavours, to promote
the Welfare of your Country which I also consider as my own.

23 Sept.r 1765. J Goldsborough and Lecompte from the Lower House
acquaint his Excellency that their House hath made Choice of M.r
Michael Macnemara for their Clerk and hope for his Excellency
Approbation to whom his Excellency is pleased to declare that he
approves their Choice. J Goldsborough and Lecompte from the Lower House
attend with M.r Michael Macnemara, Clerk of the said House in
order to see him Qualified who takes the Oaths to the Government
appointed to be taken by Act of Assembly and Subscribes the Abju-
ration and Test and also takes the usual Oath of Office and then

Adjourned till to Morrow Morning 10 of the Clock.

Sept. 24

Tuesday Morning 24th Sept.r 1765.
This House met again according to Adjournment.

Present as Yesterday and Col.o Hooper. Worthington Hall and Deye attend with M.r John Ham-
mond Member Elected for Ann Arundel County M.r Corbin Lee
for Baltimore County, and Col.o Nicholas Hyland for Caecil County
to see them Qualified who take the Oaths to the Government ap-

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