3 edition of His Excellency"s speech, to the Upper and Lower Houses of Assembly of Maryland. found in the catalog.
His Excellency"s speech, to the Upper and Lower Houses of Assembly of Maryland.
Maryland. Governor (1714-1720 : Hart)
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 39708.|
|Contributions||Hart, John., Maryland. General Assembly., Maryland. General Assembly. House of Delegates., Maryland. Council.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||10|
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Get this from a library. His Excellency's speech, to the Upper and Lower Houses of Assembly of Maryland. [John Hart, (Maryland governor); Maryland. Governor ( Hart); Maryland.
General Assembly.; Maryland. General Assembly. House of Delegates.; Maryland. Council.] make a House and wait His Excellencys Commands. John Ridout and Henry Hooper Esq. rs are sent to acquaint the Lower House that His Excellency requires their Attendance in the Upper House immediately.
The Lower House attend and His Excellency is pleased to make the following Speech. Gentlemen of the Upper and Lower Houses of Assembly His Excellency's Speech Address of the Upper House Address of the Lower House. Unit 2: Acts of Assembly, passed in the Province His Excellencys speech Maryland, from to (London: John Baskett, ).
Pages m through m of the microfilm. Source: Library of Congress Title Page Maryland Charter Index to Maryland Laws Laws of Appended:His Excellency's Speech and Addresses of the Upper and Lower Houses of Assembly May (Philadelphia: Andrew Bradford, ). M Acts of Assembly, passed in the Province of Maryland, from to (London: John Baskett, ).
M The Laws of the Province of Maryland Relating to Church and Clergy, Religion and the Speaker, that His Excellency requires his Attendance, with the Lower House, Immediately.
The Lower House attend, with their Speaker, and his Excellency is pleased to make the following Speech Gentlemen of both Houses of Assembly I need not, I flatter myself, at this time assure you, that it is Remarks Upon a Message, Sent by the Upper to the Lower House of Assembly of Maryland, [Annapolis], Pages m through m of the microfilm.
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