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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, March, 1707-November, 1710
Volume 27, Page 185   View pdf image (33K)
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The Upper House. 185


Excellency was pleased to order and the same were sent to
their by the said Mr Bladen & Major Gale
Kenelm Cheseldyne, William Coursey Thomas Greenfield
and Philip Lynes Esqrs repaired to the House of Delegates
pursuant to his Excellencys Commands and the Writt of
Dedimus Potestatem and being returned Report they saw the

U. H. J.

several members of the said House take the Oaths appointed
Came from the Lower House Mr Warnel Hunt and Mr
Mathias Vanderhayden together with Mr Richard Dallam and
Mr Hunt says that their House made Choice of Mr Richard
Dallam to be their Clerk humbly praying that his Excellency
and this Honourable Board will be pleased to swear and admit
him as such to whom his Excellency was pleased to say that
he would Consider further of it
Kenelm Cheseldyne Esqr was sent to acquaint the House
of Delegates that his Excellency and this Board would have
their message relating to Mr Dallam be reduced into Writing
and returns and says he acquainted their House therewith
Mr Hunt and Mr Mathias Vanderhayden Enter the Council
and deliver in Writing to his Excellency the following message
Viz.

By the House of Delegates September 28th 1708

This House humbly recommend Richard Dallam to his Ex-
cellency for his approbation to be their Clerk
Thomas Smithson Speaker

To his Excellency the Governor and her Majestys honble
Council in Assembly
In answer whereto the following message Ordered to be sent

By his Excellency the Governor & Council in Assembly

Mr Speaker September the 28th 1708
Tho we are well Satisfied it is her Majestys prerogative to
appoint proper Officers to attend the Assembly and that you
have no right to the Election of any but what shall be approved
of by this Board we are willing rather than the Countrys busi-
ness should be delayed to admit of the Clerk nominated by
you pro hac Vice (salvo Jure) but resent it that you rejected
the Clerk appointed by his Excellency without giving any
Reason Signed p order Evan Jones Clk Concil.

The honourable Kenelm Cheseldyne Esqr ordered to carry
the above message to the House of Delegates who returns and
says he delivered the same

p. 970



 
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