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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, 1693-1697
Volume 19, Page 552   View pdf image (33K)
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552 Assembly Proceedings, May 26-June 11, 1697.

Original
Journal.

was Comitted) produces to the whole Assembly the said Mapp
casually spoyled in some parts by the Ratts who vpon Veiw
thereof, are of opinion the same may wthout much trouble &
charge be mended.
Mr Speaker prsents to his Excy severall Addresses which
being read were well approved off & signed as followes Vizt

A Congratulatory Addresse to his Maty signed by his Excy
the Governr his Matys honble Council & house of Delegates.
An Addresse of thanks to his maty for appoynting the Rt
honble the Lords of the Council of trade &c signed by his Matys
honble Council & house of Delegates.
An Addresse to his Maty relating to trade & Navigation
signed by his Matys honble Council & house of Delegates
An Addresse to his Ma'y about navigacon bonds signed by
his Matys honble Council & house of Delegates.
An Addresse to the Rt honble the Lords of the Council for
trade &c relating to the Assistance to be given to new yorke
signed by his Matys honble Council & house of Delegates.
An Addresse to the Rt honble the Lords of the Council for
trade &c. about the bounds of Maryland signed by his Matys
honble Council & house of Delegates.

Afterwards his Excy was pleased to bespeake the Assembly
in manner & to the effect following Vizt

p. 51

Mr Speaker & you Gentln of the house of Burgesses. I
thanke God that this Sessions is come to soe good an issue,
this being now the third yeare since yr first meeting together
which by the Course of law would have put a period to this
Assembly some time in September next. I am in his Matys
behalfe to thanke you for being Instrumentall in the makeing
soe many good lawes which it's hoped will tend to the Glory
of God, his Matys honr & good of yr Country being the three
cheife and principall ends for which you were first and have
hitherto beene called together And I thinke the Country is
now finished with such a body of lawes as will answer those
three ends if the same are put in due Execucon without which
they will prove vselesse ffor Lawes vnles put in Execucon
become but a dead Letter. Therefore do Recomend to you
Gentln that are Magistrates to have a perticuler regard & care
in that matter Hopeing there may be noe further occasion
of calling another Assembly before next spring And what
now remains is onely to let you know That in his Matys name
I doe dissolve you and therevpon they were dissolved

Thus ended this Assembly.
Hen: Denton Clk Concil.



 
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