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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, 1693-1697
Volume 19, Page 488   View pdf image (33K)
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488 Assembly Proceedings, Sept. 16-Oct. 2, 1696.

L. H. J.

may be propperest for the same and which most requisite to
be done.
24th That the Severall Chappels be made bigger though
they make Chappels of Ease.
Thought the Law already made is Sufficient and that it is
one and the same thing since liberty is given to one minister
to hold Plurallity of Benefices.
Ordered That the Votes and Resolves of this house upon
his Excy Proposalls be sent up to the honble Councill.
Resolved by this house that Capt Edwd Blay, Mr Wm Hutchi-
son and Major be a Comittee appointed to inspect
and eady raised towards building the church
and that Proposalls or Probability the how much the
building is likely to amount to and the Dimensions the same
ought to be.
House adjourned for halfe an houre

Post Merediem. House met again.

Mr Charles Carroll Sollr for his Lordps the Rt honble the
Lord Baron of Baltemore Lord Proprietary of this Province
appears in the house and acquaints them, that whereas the
house had formerly desired to know [by] what power his
Lordps Agent Col: Henry Darnall granted lands and that then
the sd Colonel Henry Darnell's Comission being interwoven
with other things he could not shew the same, but since
having received a Seperate Comission therefore The said Mr
Carroll produced the same, and it was read in the house, and
Ordered to be recorded in the Secretarys office.
House adjourned till 9 of the Clock to morrow morning

p. 117

Fryday Sept the 25th 1696.
House met

George Plater Esqr his Matys Attorney Generall and Col-
lector of Puttuxent District appears in the house and pro-
duces Severall Letters by him writt to his Excy Sr Edmond
Andross his Majtys Govr of Virginia, and answers from the
said Sr Edmond in relation to the publique Revenue of this
Province by him taken when he assumed this Government.
The said Mr Plater reads Severall Orders and Instructions
from the honble his Maty Comrs of the Customs to his Excy
concerning Trade and forfeited Bonds, As likewise the
Address of the Parliament in Relation to an Act for
erecting in Scotland, His Majtys Gracious acceptance
act of the Parliament of England made thereupon.

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