Fendall, Who returns and acquaints Mr Speaker with the Delivery
Collo Rider from the Upper House delivered to Mr Speaker the
followingMessage. [The text of this message is printed at page 6.]
And the Petition of the freeholders & Inhabitants of Chester Town
commonly called new Town in Kent County Indorsed thus.
By the Upper House of Assembly 22d May 1730
Read & recommended to the Consideration of the Lower House
Signed p Order Jno Ross Cl. Up. Ho.
Which Petition was read here and granted
The Rules appointed last year to be kept in the Lower House of
Assembly are agreed to be kept as such this Session.
Mr Dulany from the Committee of Laws brings in an Answer to
the Governours Speech & read the same in his Place.
The Question was put whether the said Answer to the Governours
Speech should be Ingrossed without Alteration or not & Resolved in
Mr Dulany is Ordered to get the same Ingrossed.
The Petition of William Chandler of Charles County being read
The House Adjourns untill Two of the Clock in the Afternoon.
Friday at Two of the Clock in the Afternoon.