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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, April 1684-June 1692
Volume 13, Page 252   View pdf image (33K)
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252 Assembly Proceedings, May 10-June 9, 1692.

U. H. J.

to you this Particular which is in my Instructions to witt, The
raising further Supplys for the Support of the Governor for
the time being and the Defraying the Necessary Charges of
the Government, I conceive it will be an Advantage to the
Country as well as Satisfaction to myself to know what you
intend for me to Support the honour of the Post the King
hath placed me in and to reduce that and also the Allowances
to the Gentlemen of the Council and Assembly to a certain
Fund; will be the best way that we may measure Our
Expences, with what you Settle I hope you will come Short of
none of Our Neighbouring Colonies in any thing of this
Nature.

p. 569

Gentlemen
Be pleased to go and Choose your Speaker and to take
care that none be Admitted to Sitt amongst you but such as
shall take the Oaths and be Qualified by Law I shall Detain
you no longer not Doubting your readiness therein to do
every thing that may Conduce to the honour of the Crown
the Safety and wellfare of your Country.

They are Dismissed and go together to Choose their
Speaker
Ordered that a Copy of his Excellencys Speech be Trans-
mitted and sent to the house, which was accordingly done and
sent by Mr William Taylard whom his Excellcy did also
recommend to them for their Clerk.
They come and present Mr Kenelm Chiseldyne for their
Speaker who (after some discourse to disable himself and
render him uncapable to perform so great a Charge) is
approved of and Allowed by his Excellency; He then in the
name of the house prays freedom and Protection of the Per-
sons and Attendants from Restraint &c. free liberty of Speech
in their house with due reverence and Moderation and upon
all Occasions free Access to his Excellency and for any Imper-
fections in himself desires that it may not be imputed to the
house but favourably be Construed and Excused in him,
Which being assured them the Oaths appointed by Act of
Parliament to be taken instead of the Oaths of Allegiance and
Supremacy is tendred unto them and by them Severally taken
as fol Vizt
To Mr Kenelm Cheseldyne Speaker, Coll St Leiger Codd,
Mr William Dare Captain John Hammond, Mr Henry Ridgley,
Mr James Saunders, Mr Henry Hawkins Mr William Finney,
Mr John Huet, Mr John Watson, Mr Hugh Sherwood, Mr
Robert Mason Captain William Whittington Mr Francis
Jenkins, Mr Dorsey Mr Edward Boothby Mr Thomas Ennalls,



 
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