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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, March, 1707-November, 1710
Volume 27, Page 260   View pdf image (33K)
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260 Assembly Proceedings, Nov. 29-Dec. 15, 1708.

U. H. J.

especially in this Time of War and if you are jealous of the
50000 ft) Tobo
made use of by the Governr & Council his
Excell says he despises so mean a thought that should ballance
with the Safety of the Province and as he has never made use
of that Tobo
so he had no thought of it: and we being well
Satisfyed It is highly necessary that Act be kept in force with-
out which the Governmt will not be secure in Case of any dis-
turbance and recommend to you to reassume the Considera-
tion thereof and pass the Bill as agreed to
Signed p Order W Bladen Cl Coun

p. 606

Mr Mariartee and Mr Covington bring up the Bill for as-
sessing the publick Levy read in the house the first and second
times. Which was read at the Board the first and Second
Times and recommended that the Words (Officers fees) be
inserted in the Bill
Mr Worthington and Mr Robins brought up the Engrossed
Bill for ordering and regulating the Militia. Which being
read & assented to by this Board was with the Bill for assess-
ing the publick Levy sent to the House by Mr Lynes
Col Lowe and Mr Tyler brought up the assd Bill Engrossed
and assented to by the House of Delegs which was read and
assented to by this Board and sent to the House by Col
Coursey
Col Lowe and five more of the Houses members come up
and acquaint his Excell their House having nothing before
them wait his Excells Commands
Major General Lloyd and Col Holland sent to the House in
her Majesty's name to command them to attend his Excell in
Council in order to conclude this Session
Whereupon Mr Speaker and the Members of the House of
Delegates came up and presented the following Bills Vizt
An Act for settling the rates of foreign Silver Coins within
this Province
An Act for ascertaining what Damage shall be allowed on
protested Bills of Exchange
An Act for relief of poor Debtors & Languishing Prisoners
An Act appointing Court days in each respective County
within this Province

p. 607

An additional Act to the Supplementary Act for Towns &
Ports within this Province
An Act directing the manner of Summoning and Electing
Delegates & Representatives to Serve in succeeding Assemblys
An Act ascertaining Fees to the Attornys & Practitioners
of the Law in the Courts of this Province and for levying of
the same by way of Execution



 
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