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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, October 1678-November 1683
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Assembly Proceedings, OctoberNovember 1683. 519

Lower house of Assembly 6th November 1683
This house think Necessary that Mr Thomas Grunwin Cl of
Assembly haveing been Allowed his full Sallary, that he Allow
Mr LLewellin what he Deserves for his Service to the Upper
house—

U. H. Journal
1659-98

Signed pr Order C Boteler Cl of the Lower house—

The Bill also for payment and Assessment of the Publick
Charge of this Province Returned by Mr Hill to this house;
The same read and passed this house and Sent by Mr Darnall—
Major Trueman Sent to give his Lordship Notice that the
Two houses were ready to Attend him Mr Darnall returns
Major Trueman returns and Says his Lordship is Coming
His Lordship Enters Major Sewall sent to the Lower house
to acquaint them that his Lordship was Come he returns and
says they will waite on his Lordship—
The Speaker and Members of the Lower house Enter this
house; The Speaker presents the following Bills to his Lord-
ship Vizt
The Act concerning his Lordships Ordinance his Lordship
saith that there hath been already an Act made Strict enough
but hath not Deterred the Doing thereof & therefore doth not
think fit to pass this—
The Act providing against Sudden Accidents, his Lordship
Conceived he had Provided well enough in that Case already
and therefore Waved that Act—
The Act for Reviving the Temporary Laws his Lordship
upon perusall thereof doth find that an Act for killing Wolves
a Good and wholesome Law & therefore made a perpetuall
Law, is Contrary to reason now made Temporary by this Act
of Revivall; If they require time to Transcribe over the Laws
again rather than lose the rest of the Temporary Laws, his
Lordship will give them time
The Act of Gratitude, his Lordship renders thanks for but
not knowing whether the same may be any kindness to his
Son, his Lordship leaves it to him to accept of the kindness
(if any)
They are desired to go and Amend the Bill of Revivall &t
desiring not to lose the other Temporary Laws
They move for Amendment of the Act for Trade instead of
the place already in Brittons Bay for Another but for want of
time is denyed and not further pressed
They are desired to go and Amend the Bill of Revivall
and go
The Speaker and Lower house come again into this house
and the Speaker brings with him the Reviving Act which he
presents and Says, he was Commanded by the house to present

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