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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, October 1678-November 1683
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Assembly Proceedings, OctoberNovember 1683. 603

Wch being read and signd was sent to the vppr house by Mr
Hill, who was alsoe Ordered to Acquaint them that noe sum
of Tobacco Gann be, furthr Allowed, vnless the bill for Assess-
ing the Publique Charge be faire drawne Over wch there is
now Noe time to doe.
He returnes and saves he has delivered the sayd Message

L. H. Journal
Original,
p. 71

This house
sent for

Then Came Mr Secry Sewall & acquaints this
house, that his Lops is ready in house to

Conclude this sessions, And requires this house to Atten
re:

They goe
vp

Wh house Adjourne Into the vppr
house to Attend his Lops

Th                  Right Honoble the Lord Proprietary Demands

of Mr Speaker and                  ouse what bills they have to wch

they desire his Assent

The bills
prsented

Wherevpon Mr Speaker delivers to his Lop all the
forementioned bills being Tenn in number, Reading

the titles as he delivers them

His Lopps
Answere
to severall
Bills

Which being done his Lops Answeres
To the bill prohibitting the Imbezelling his Lops
Ordnance &c That there is a Law for that alreadie,
wch though seveer Enough in the letter yet found

Insufficient to deterr Ill minded people from Imbezelling them,
soe that a Law proposeing lesser penaltyes as this doth, Cannot
be sufficient to that end, Therefore his Lop sayes he will Advise
therevpon

To the bill provideing agt suddayne Accidents in the Gov-
erment:

That he hath soe sufficiently provided for all things Con-
teyned in tht bill That he thought there was need of itt,

To the bill for Continueing the payment of the Imposition
of 2 s p hh to his Lops Sonne &c: his Lopp returnes his thankes
to both his houses for their kind Tender thereof, And Desires
it may not be ill taken if he Declines it at present:

lo the bill for Reviveing the Temporary Lawes: His Lop
sayes that in that bill there is mentioned an Act for killing of
to bee revived, by the same, wch Ought not to have
been there              because by an Act of Assembly for Ascer-

tayning the Lawes of this province the sayd Act is made per-
petuall and soe has noe need of being revived: To wch Mr
Speaker made Answere That though tht Act was by a mistake
put into the Act for Ascertayning the Lawes, wch law for Ascer-
tayneing the Lawes is a perpetuall Law, Yet he humbly Con-
ceives that the Act for killing of wolves, being in its Owne body,
Expressed to be Temporary is not made perpetuall by being
barely Incerted into the Other, for though that Law be per-
petuall wch Ascertaynes the lawes therein mentioned to be

 

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