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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, 1693-1697
Volume 19, Page 382   View pdf image (33K)
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382 Assembly Proceedings, July 1-10, 1696.

U. H. J.

A Letter from Esqr Neal relating to Coins
A Letter from Mr Perry relating to Trade
Two Letters from Esqr Randolph relating to the Affairs of
his Majestys Customs &c
The last Letter by his Excellency received from the Govern-
ment of New York and a Letter from Colo Harman concern-
ing Indians
His Excellency is also pleased to tell them that he had
received a Letter from the Honourable Sir Thomas Lawrence
Baronet Secretary but being so intermixt with private Business
did therefore read to them what Clauses therein concerned the
Affairs of the Country
Lastly his Excellency does acquaint them that he had sent
home Copies of that paper of Grievances last Assembly pre-
ferred relating to masters of Ships &c wherein the House

p. 890

requested that such severity in demanding securities and
swearing them might be taken of or moderated &c and that
he had Given them these Papers to night that they might not
be hindered from Proceeding to Business early in the morning
and thereupon Mr Speaker together with the rest of the mem-
bers took leave and returned to the House

July the 2d 1696
The Council Again sate and were present as yesterday with
the Addition of Colo Brown and Esqr Frisby
Ordered that the following Proposalls be drawn forth and
laid before the House vizt
Which was accordingly done and came answer in manner
following
1 That all the Indians lands be adjusted and the Bounds
ascertained Referred to the Consideration of the next
Assembly for a Law to be made for ascertaining thereof
2 That all Masters of Ships for the future coming in give
an Account to the Collectors and Navall Officers (upon Oath)
what Letters they bring in with them as also of what Goods
are Consigned to any persons. Assented to by the House
3 To know what is to be done with the Ships left behind in
the Country. For his Majestys Service to be permitted to
sail as gott ready
4 To know whether the Proclamation against Exportation
of Corn shall be taken off it being likely to be a good Year for
Crops of Corn the house desire it may be continued
5 What to be done with the two Indians and Woman now
in prison. Message sent up to his Excellency
6 That the House would permitt Colo Beal to go home
and take all necessary Care about the Indians as he sees occa-
sion assented to by the House



 
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