U. H. J.
Liber No. 36
M.r Speaker and Gentlemen of the Lower House
Your Steady Application to the Business, brought before you,
Notwithstanding your well founded apprehensions of the inclement
Weathers Setting in, shews you justly worthy of the Trust your
Constituents have placed in you.
Gentlemen of both Houses.
The Medium of Commerce was much wanted in this Province,
Your Attention to the Mercantile Interest has Supplied it. Nor
could a more Favorable Opportunity of Erecting the necessary
Publick Buildings, without burthening the Subject by Additional
Taxes, have offered than this you have made Choice of, and, from
the Zeal of your Commissioners, I have no doubt that I shall see
them compleated with the same Spirit with which you have so
Amply provided for that purpose
By and with the Advice of his Lordships Council of State, I now
Prorogue this Assembly to the Second Tuesday in May 1770, you
will accordingly please to take Notice that you are Prorogued to
Thus Ends this Session of Assembly, begun and held at the City
of Annapolis, on Friday the Seventeenth Day of November, ending
the Twentieth Day of December following, in the Nineteenth Year
of his Lordships Dominion Anno Domini 1769.
UScott Cl. Up. Ho.