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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, April 1684-June 1692
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Assembly Proceedings, April 1-26, 1684. 49


An Additionall and Supplementary Act to the Act for
Advancemt of trade
An Act for Reviveing the Temporary Lawes of this Prov-
ince
An Act for paymt & assessing the publick charge of this
Province.
An Act for Recording the Journall of the Lower house
An Act for Naturalization of Nicholas Verbraeck
An Act for Naturalization of Jacob Seth
An Act for Naturalization of Peter Byard &ca
To all wch bills his Lspp passed his Assent and signed the
same in manner foll: vizt

Aprill the 26th 1684:
Wee will these to be Lawes C. Baltemore
Signed also & Sealed by the Chancelors or Keepers of the
Scale as foll vizt

Aprill 26: 1684:
Published under the greate Seale Henry Darnall
Wm Digges

His Lspp in presence of both houses Declares his generall
disassent to all the Lawes made and passed in his absence out
of this Province by his deputy, Thomas Notley Esqr in the
yeare 1678: save onely such of them as his Lp since his arrivall
had formally assented unto Soe that all other of the said
Lawes are from henceforth Null and void to all Intents and
purposes

U. H. J.
Original.

Hee also advises the Lower house to be at the charge of
haveing fairely transcribed into a Booke for that purpose all
the Lawes of the Province for their owne use and their Com-
mittees upon all occasions, for that he had strictly enjoyned
his Secrys not to Suffer the Booke belonging to the Office, or
the Originalls themselves to goe forth of the Office
As concerning the words (more or less) in all pattents and
Grants of land within this Province, often disputed amongst
the Inhabitants, His Lp to remoove all controversies or dis-
putes of that nature for the future doth in presence of both
houses declare and make knowne, that by the same shall be
construed and taken Tenn in the hundred over or undr
To Conclude, his Lspp further signifies to and in the
presence of both houses, that whereas there is An Act of
Assembly of this Province for takeing the Oath of ffidelity to
his Lspp: His Lspp doth expect all ready and due complyance
therewith, and that every Member of Assembly & this his
Lsps greate Councill shall before they be admitted to sitt

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