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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, 1693-1697
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492 Assembly Proceedings, Sept. 16-Oct. 2, 1696.

L. H. J.

ing to the Originall [and true] Intent of the house, and the
last three pence to continue and be in force untill the 12th day
of May which shall be in the year of our Lord God 1698, and
apply'd to the building of the Church at Annapolis.
Signed p Ordr W. Bladen Clk: Assembly.

Sent p Major Dent The Bill for keeping good Rules and
Orders in the porte of Annapolis.
A Petitionary Bill about the Comissarys Office read the
first tyme and passed.
Then Came to the house the honble Colonel Hutchins and
Colonel Greenberry and bringe downe from his Excy one of his
Matys Royall Instructions to his Excy which is as followeth.

p. 120

And you are particularly not to pass any law or any Act by
Grant, Settlemt or otherwise whereby our Revenue may be
lessened or impaired without our Speciall leave or Comand
for it.
Fr. Nicholson.
House Adjourned for two hours.

Post Merediem, House met.

A Bill for securing the Parochiall Librarys assented to by
the house

A Bill for Speedy Recovery of Small Debts, assented to by
the house.
The above Bills sent to his Matys honble Councill with 3
Addresses by Mr John Hall.
The petition of Severall Merchts of New Yorke read.
Put to the Question if the Inhabitants of New Yorke shall
not pay the 10 p cent duty as well as those of Pensilvania,
And carryed in the affirmative, that they shall pay the same.
A petitionary Bill about the Comissary's Office, read the
second tyme and comitted.
House adjourned till 9 of the Clock to morrow morning.

Wednesday Septr 30th 1696.

A Petitionary Bill about the Comissary's office, read the
third tyme, and put to the Question if the sd Bill shall pass,
and carryed in the Affirmative.
A Bill relating to Bayle to be taken by the Sherriffe in
Actions of trespass upon the Case, read and passed.
It being recomended that some Encouragement be given
Mr Gaddes the Schole Mastr sent in by his Lordsp the Bishop
of London.



 
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