to be no Omission, and expect any Proposition respecting that Claim
should be made by way of Message.
Signed by Order. Jno Duckett Cl. Lo. Ho.
The Journal of Accounts together with the following Message is
sent to the Lower House by Benjamin Ogle Esq
By the Upper House of Assembly December 22.d 1773.
On the usual Allowance being made in the Journal of Accounts
to the Clerk of the Council to the time of closing the same this House
will agree that no Salary shall be allowed him hereafter in the Journal
as Clerk of the Council of State.
Signed by Order U Scott Clk. Up.r Ho.
Mess.rs Sim and Chamberlaine bring up the Journal of Accounts
Read and Assented to by the Lower House of Assembly which was
Read and Assented to by this House and sent to the Lower House
by John Ridout Esq
Mess:rs Hammond and Tolley bring up a Bill entitled An Act for
the Payment of the Publick Creditors. Read the first and second
Time by an Especial Order in the Lower House and will Pass,
which was Read the first and second Time by an Especial Order in
this House and will Pass. So endorsed and sent to the Lower House
by George Steuart Esq
Mess.rs A Hall and Bond bring up the Engrossed Bill entitled
"An Act for the Payment of the Publick Creditors." Read and
Assented to by the Lower House of Assembly which was Read