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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, 1717-April, 1720
Volume 33, Page 455   View pdf image (33K)
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The Lower House. 455


And Sent to the upper house by Coll: Mackall & five more.
They return and say they Delivered it.

The house Adjourns till one a Clock in the afternoon.

L. H. J.

The house meet According to Adjournment.
Ordered that Robert Ungle Esqr Publick Treasurer of the
Eastern Shore send for the following Stationary ware for the
use and at the Risque of the Publick Viz: Half a Rheam of
best Royall Paper, two Rheam of Demi royall paper ffour
Rheam of best writing Dutch Paper, Six Rheam of Common
writeing paper, One gross best Parchment Skins, A Quarter
of a pound of Pumice stone and 1/4lb Gum Sandarack and
twelve Cakes best Ink Cake.
The Question was put whether in Consideration of the
Severall Services done by his Excellency for this Province the
Sum of two hundred pounds Currency shall be presented as an
Acknowledgement to be paid by the Honourable Robert Ungle
Esqr without any charge to the Publick.
Carryd in the affirmative by the Majority of Votes.
Thereupon ordered the following Message be prepared Viz:

By the Lower House of Assembly June the 6th 1719.
May it Please your Excellency
We Desire your Excellencys favourable acceptance of two
hundred pounds Currency as a Grate full Acknowledgement

p. 156

of the many good offices you have done us.
Signed p Order M. Jenifer Cl. Lo Ho.

And sent to the Upper House by Coll Mackall and five more.
They return and say they delivered it.
Esqr Lloyd from his Excellency delivers Mr Speaker the
following Message Viz.

June 6th 1719
Mr Speaker
I desire you will acquaint the house that I have Just now
received the Message by Col: Mackall and five more desireing
my acceptance of two hundred pounds currency for the good
Offices I have done the Countrey.
I am willing to accept of that Sume as a reimbursment of
what I have really and truely expended (tho the sume I have
given farr exceeds this now offered) for Supporting and
Maintaining the laws of this Province from the Invasion of

P.157



 
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