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The House Adjourned Without Day


The Clerk produced at the table, pursuant to the order of the House, sundry copies of Petitions to the King, Lords, and Commons, and of an Address to His Majesty, presented by the different Houses of Assembly of this Province, since the year 1763, dated respectively as follows, viz: A Petition to the House of Commons, January 14, 1766; an Address of Thanks to the King, June 6, 1766; a Petition to the King, September 22, 1768; another to the House of Lords, of the same date; another to the House of Commons, of the same date; and another to His Majesty, March 5, 1771; which several copies were committed to the care of Benjamin Franklin, Esq˙, to be sent to England by the first opportunity.

The House then rose.