& Buildings may not be infringed but secured to the Uses for
which they were purchased and erected and in the mean Time
we doubt to make your Excellency sensible that we are with
the greatest Humility and Respts. yr Excys Mo. Hble and most
Signed p Order Richd Dallam Cl. Ho. Del.
Sent up to his Excellency and Council by Major Gale, Capt.
Jones, Mr Tyler, Mr Bradley, Mr Worthington, Colo
and Mr Robins.
They return and say they delivered their Message
The House adjourned till To Morrow Morning 8 o'Clock
Tuesday 5th 1708.
The House met according to Adjournment being called over
were all present as Yesterday except Mr Franklin who is sick.
Read what was done Yesterday
The House proceeds to debate the Matter relating to Ordi-
Major General Lloyd, Colo
William Holland and Colo
Thomas Greenfield from the Council enter the House and in-
form Mr Speaker that his Excellency commands this House
immediately to attend him in the Council Chamber. Whither
being come, his Excellency was pleased to declare that it was
his Pleasure that this present Assembly should be dissolved,
and that he did accordingly dissolve the same
So ended this present Sessions of Assembly
Richard Dallam Cl. Ho. Del.
L. H. J.