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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, 1693-1697
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122 Assembly Proceedings, Feb. 28-March i, 1694/5.

Original
Journal.

Bill for Naturalizacon of Danll Dauison Senr & Danll
Dauison junr
Bill for reviving some Temporary Laws of this Province.
The said Three Bills being again brought from the house
were Read here a Second time and so returned.
The said Three Bills being again Brought from the house
were read here a Third time and so returned in Order to be
fairly Engrossed.

The following Memorandum of Proposalls by Order taken
and delivered to Mr Speaker by the Clarke of this Board, Vizt

To Speake to Mr Speaker where the Records shall be kept.
To see about the Clay cast up for the Bricks, whether it be
good or no.
The Speaker and Burgesses to see how the Town is laid
out, and whether they like the Manner of it.
To know what is to be done with the loose papers left
behind and the Commissaries Records when to be Removed.
To fill up the Number of Surveyors not yet Deputed.

Answer of the house to the same returned as follows, Vizt

By the Burgesses of Assembly March the Ist 1694:

In Answer to severall proposalls sent by his Exncy the
Governt & Councill to the house &ca

To Speake to the Speaker where the Records shall be kept.

Voted that the Records be kept in Majr Dorsey's house
where they are lodged at present Untill the next Sessions of
Assembly.

To see about the Clay cast up for the Bricks Whether it
be good or no.

Voted that the whole house View the Same.

The Speaker and Burgesses to see how the Town is Laid
out, and whether they like the Manner of it.

Mr Richard Beard the Surveyor being called into the house
and the Plott of the Town being by Mr Speaker Demanded of
him the said Beard saith that for want of some Large Paper to
draw the same on, it is not yet done; the house therefore
cannot give any Answer to the Same.

To know what is to be done with the loose papers left
behind, and the Commissaries Records when to be Removed.

Voted that his Exncy appoint such persons as he shall think
fit to Inspect into the Bonds and Bookes belonging to the
Comissaries Office and that they be conveyed to Ann Arrun-
dell Town by the Next Session of Assembly; and that the

 

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