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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, October 1678-November 1683
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Assembly Proceedings, April—May 1682. 313

A Message from the Lower house by Col. Burges, Capt
Smith Major Wicks and Captain Coode which they Deliv-
ered and returns to their own house, The same was read as
followeth Vizt

U. H. Journal
1659 98

Lower house 13th May 1682
This house do desire to know of the Upper house if they
Concurr with this house in their Advice given to his Lordship
in their Vote sent Yesterday in relation to the Northern
Indians of which this house desire their speedy Answer—
Signed p Order Tho Grunwin Cl of the Lower house

Answer whereunto this house returned as foil Vizt

Upper house 13th May 1682—
The Advice of this house in relation to the Northern Indians
is Concurrent to the Report of the Committee of both houses
May 4th and Voted in this house May the 5th to which this
house do stand; The Lower house have also offered their
Advice, either of which his Lordship may take Notice of as to
him shall seem meet.
Signed p Order John LLewellin Cl of Assembly—

Sent to the Lower house by his honour the Secretary who
hath in Charge also to Desire that house to acquaint this
house at what time they may be ready with this house to
Attend his Lordship for his Assent to the Bills passed this
Assembly in Order to Conclude this Sessions, that his Lord-
ship may be advised thereof from this house The Secretary
returns—
Coll: George Wells and Mr Kenelm Cheseldyne sent from
the Lower house to Signifie to this house that the Lower house
was now ready with this house to attend his Lordship with
the Bills passed this Assembly.
This house will acquaint his Lordship
This house wait on his Lordship to the State house in the
Council Chamber
There Capt Digges sent to the Lower house to acquaint
them that his Lordship was now ready above to receive them;
He returns again into this house
The Lower house with their Speaker enter the Upper house
& the Speaker presents to his Lordship for his Assent these
following Bills Vizt
An Act Explaining an Act concerning Port Duties and
Masters of Ships
An Act Ascertaining what Damages shall be allowed upon
protested Bills of Exchange

p. 433



 
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