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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, 1766-1768
Volume 61, Page 140   View pdf image (33K)
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140 Assembly Proceedings, November 1-December 6, 1766.

L. H. J.
Liber No. 52
Nov. 4

Tuesday, November
The House met,
Col. Lloyd, M.r Buchanan, and M.r Smith appeared in the House.
Ordered, That M.r Fielder Gantt and Thomas Ringgold Esq do

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go to the Upper House with those Gentlemen to see them take the
Oath of Abjuration prescribed by the Act of Parliament made last
Session. They return and acquaint M.r Speaker that they saw the
Gentlemen take the Oath aforesaid and subscribe the same
William Murdock Esq brings in and delivers to M.r Speaker an
Address to his Excellency which was read the first and second Time
and Ordered to be ingrossed
The House appointed M.r Sulivane, M.r Wright, M.r Hanson,
M.r Earle, and M.r Dent a Committee of Accounts.
M.r Tyler, M.r Parran, M.r Henry Hall, M.r Worthington, M.r
Wilson, M.r Hammond, M.r Ringgold, and M.r John Hall, of An-
napolis a Committee to inspect the publick Offices &c
M.r Murdock, Col.o Tilghman, M.r Hammond, M.r E. Gantt, M.r
J. Hall, of Annapolis, M.r Alien, and M.r Jacob, a Committee of
Grievances and Courts of Justice
M.r William Adams, M.r Smallwood, and Capt. Ware, a Com-
mittee to inspect the Arms & Ammunition and Accounts relating
William Murdock Esq brings in and delivers to M.r Speaker
the following ingrossed Address Viz.t
To his Excellency Horatio Sharpe Esq Governor and Commander
in Chief in and over the Province of Maryland.
The humble Address of the House of Delegates.
May it please your Excellency,
We his Majesty's most dutiful and loyal Subjects the Delegates
of the Freemen of the Province of Maryland in General Assembly
convened return your Excellency our Thanks for your Speech at
the Opening of this Session. The favourable Regard which your
Excellency has been pleased to express for us and your declared
Desire to act on all Occasions agreeably to our Inclinations demand
our particular Acknowledgments; and we assure your Excellency,
that it is the utmost of our Ambition to merit your good Opinion,
together with the Approbation of our Constituents, and shall be our
earnest Endeavour to promote the General Interest and Prosperity
of the Province. For the Attainment of this important End, a
perfect Harmony between the several Branches of the Legislature is
essentially necessary; we shall therefore keep that Object constantly
in view, and hope your Excellency will not be disappointed in your
Expectation, that the Proceedings of this Session may be productive
of much Good to the Province and make ample Amends to the
People for the Expence of it

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