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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, 1693-1697
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Assembly Proceedings, Sept. 20-Oct. 18, 1694. 27

Mr Dent Mr Whittington & Mr Mitchell sent upon the said
Message.
They Returne back & say that they delivered their said
Message & that the Councill acquainted them they would
Entertain the said Conference on Monday Morning by Eight
of the Clock

Munday September 25th 1693

Mr Dent & Mr Whittington sent to the Councill to Signifye
to their Honors that the house is ready to Enter upon the Con-
ference this day appointed & agreed upon
The Messingers Returne & say they delivered their said
Message to the Councill whoe for Answer Returne that they
will send the house Notice when they are ready for the Con-
ference.
Coll Hutchins comes from the Counsell & sayes they are
ready to Admitt the house to the Conference.
The House thereupon Resolve themselves into a Grand
Comittee & Choose Mr Cheseldyn Chairman thereof & soe
goe up Upon the said Conference.
The Governor of Virginia comeing in the interim occasioned
the said Conference to be defered, & thereupon they Repared
to the State house again

Original
Journal.

Tuseday September the 26th 1693;

Mr Dent, Mr Hamond Mr Tasker Mr Jones Mr Harris & Mr
Greenfield sent up to the Councill to desire an answer to the
former Vote of this house concerning the Constitution of the
Governmt whereof their honors haue had already a Coppy.
They Returne & say they delivered theirMessage in Charge
given them.
Message from the Councill by Mr Tench, which was
Expressed in the words following Vizt That his Exncy Comands
the Members of this Honble House to Attend him at the
Councill Chamber imediately.
Mr Speaker thereupon together with the Rest of the Houses
Members goe up to the Councill Chamber accordingly, where
being admitted, his Exncie was pleased to acquaint them that
their Majties had Comitted the Care of the Governmt (in the
absence of Coll ffrancis Nicholson) Unto him; And that there-
upon he had continued all Officers Military & Civill, in their
former Station; Untill further Order; the which he had
Signified by his proclamacon & beat of Drume; His Exncy
likewise Expressing himselfe to be glad to see soe many
Gentlemen together that had been instrumentall in the Make-
ing soe many good Laws in this Province, but withall told
them that he had noe further Occasion of their present assist

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