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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, March 1697/8-July 1699
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146Assembly Proceedings, Mar. 10, 1697/8-Apr. 4, 1698.

Original
Journal.

you will assent the same before his Sacred Majty or the Right
Honble the Lords Comrs for Trade and foreigne plantations
where he does not doubt, (God willing) but to make you
appear as little infallible as you have shewed your selves all-
ready.
In answer to the returne of the house concerning the
Quarter part of the publick Revenue. This Board do say that
the ace' of the quarter part of Pocomoke are a mistake of the
Receiver Mr Plater being then concerned for that district who
shall explaine It.

p. 220

As for the mistake you think to be in Mr Plater accts for
potomack care will be taken to examine him about it.
A Lre from your house supposed to be for my Lord Bps of
London has been here read, and his Excy says that he scorns
to have his reputation and honour supported and vindicated
by some of you but shall rather look upon it as a scandall to
have it so, for that he can prove one of your house to be a
villain upon recorde if not worse, and severall others your
lives and Conversations to be so well knowne both in this
Country and England, that they are not agreeable to truth
and Justice. Signed p order
Hen Denton Clk: Councill.

The house adjourned till Monday Morning to the Speakers
chamber att 7 of the Clock.

Munday Aprill the 4th 1698.

The house mett, and called over, absent Mr Bozmane, Then
read over what was done on Saturday last. Message by Col:
Henry Iowles and Thomas Tench Esqre Commanding the
house to attend upon his Excy att the Councill Chamber att
Sr Thomas Laurences Imediately.
One other Message by the said Col: Iowles and Esq. Tench
to know why the house do not come down.
Mr Philip Clarke, Mr Crauford, Capt Hill and Mr Hutchison
appointed to draw up an answer to the last message on Satur-
day last.
The house go up to wait upon his Excy the Govr att the
Councill chamber where his Excy was pleased on his Majtys
behalfe to assent to all the Bills proposed except the Revive-
ing Bill and for apportioning the publick Leavy.
And then prorogued the house untill the 3d day of May
Ensueing.
W Bladen Clk. Hos. Del.



 
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