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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, March, 1707-November, 1710
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206 Assembly Proceedings, Sept. 27-Oct. 4, 1708.

L H. J.

That Part of his Excellency's Speech relating to Sir Thomas
Lawrence's Petition to her Majesty about the Ordinary
Licenses and Papers relating thereto being read the Consid-
eration therof is referred till the Afternoon. That Part of his
Excellency's Speech relating to Itinerant Justices read and re-
ferred for Consideration to Morrow Morning. That Part of
the Speech relating to Divulgers of false News being debated.
Resolved it be referred to the Conferrence and that a Message
be prepared accordingly which follows

p. 323

By the House of Delegates September 30th 1708.

This House having considered that Part of your Excellency's
Speech relating to the Dispersers of false News humbly desire
it may be considered by a Conference between some Members
of her Majesty's Honble Council and some of the Members of
this House and that it be referred to the same Conferrence
that shall be appointed to go out on the Act relating to the
Gauge of Tobacco Hogsheads and Masters of Ships cropping
Tobacco &ta Signed p Order
Richard Dallam Cl. Ho. Del.

Sent up to his Excellency and Council by Colo
Smith and
Mr Hunt. They return and say they delivered the Message
That Part of his Excellency's Speech relating to the Guards
referred to the Committee of Accounts.
Mr Coursey and Mr Lynes from the Honble Council enter
the House and deliver Mr Speaker the following Message with
the Papers therein mentioned

By his Excellency the Governor and Council in Assembly
September 30th 1708

This Board sends the Attorney General's Opinion concern-
ing Sir Thomas Lawrence's Complaint with her Majesty's Or-
der thereon. Sir Thomas Lawrence's first Petition to her
Majesty. Her Majesty's Order for repealing the two Acts
The Council's Opinion upon the Report of the Lords of
Trade &ta
Letter from the Lords of Trade &ta Order transmitted
hither and published
Signed p Order Evan Jones Clerk Council

Which Papers were read in the House
Mr Greenfield from the Council enters the House & delivers
Mr Speaker the following Message.



 
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