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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, March, 1707-November, 1710
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266 Assembly Proceedings, Nov. 29-Dec. 15, 1708.

L. H. J.

not attribute it to the House but to his Weakness and that he
might have Access to his Excellency at upon all Occasions.
All which his Excellency was pleased to grant And Mr Speaker
in the name of the whole House returned his Excellency hearty
Thanks. Then his Excellency was pleased to declare to the

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House the Occasion of his now calling them together using
many Expressions of Tenderness and Care for the Province
and what he had to offer to this Assembly And Mr Speaker in
the Name of the whole House desired his Excellency to let the
House have a Copy of his Speech and his Excellency was
pleased to say they should have it in the Morning Then Mr
Speaker with the Members returned to their own House and
Mr Speaker took the Chair.
The Honble Colo
William Holland, Samuel Young, Thomas
Greenfield and Philip Lynes, Esquires.Members of her Majesty's
Honble Council enter the House with Mr William Bladen, Clerk
of her Majesty's Honble Council and by Virtue of a Dedimus
Petestatem to the said Councillors directed administered to
the Honble Speaker and Captain Richard Jones, Colo
Charles
Greenberry, Mr Daniel Mariarte, Mr Joseph Hill, WornellHunt
Esq: Thomas Bordley Esqr Capt John Mackall, Mr Robert
Skinner, Colo
Walter Smith, Mr Nathaniel Dare, Colo

James Smallwood, Mr William Wilkinson, Mr Thomas
Crabb, Mr Walter Storey, Mr Thomas Covington, Mr Daniel
Pierce, Colo
John Coode, Capt. Thomas Trueman Greenfield,
Capt. Henry Peregrine Jowles, Mr Joshua Guibert, Mr John
Whittington, Mr John Salter, Mr Solomon Wright, Mr
Philemon Hemersly, Mr Robert Tyler, Mr John Bradford, Mr
Philip Lee, Mr John West, Major George Gale, Mr Samuel
Worthington, Colo
Nicholas Lowe, Mr Robert Ungle, and Mr
Thomas Robins, Members of this House, the several Oaths
appointed to be taken by Acts of Parliament, and the Honble
Speaker and all the aforesaid Members having signed the Test
and Oath of Abjuration the Honble Gentlemen of the Council
with their Clerk withdrew.
Then the House made Choice of Richard Dallam for their
Clerk
Ordered That Mr Nathaniel Dare and Mr Philemon Hems-
ley go with the Clerk and present him to his Excellency for
Approbation and to see him qualified if approved They return
and say they saw the Clerk qualified by taking the usual Oaths
his Excellency having approved of him Then the House ad-
journed till to Morrow Morning Tuesday 13th November 1708
The House met according to Adjournment being called over
there appeared, in the House the several Members following
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