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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, March, 1707-November, 1710
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72 Assembly Proceedings, March 26- April 15, 1707.

L. H. J.

The following Message brought into the House by Colo

Hammond and Colo
Lloyd Read as follows.

By his Excellency the Governor and Council in Assembly
March 29th 1707

Herewith his Excellency is pleased to send you a Copy of
that Part of his Commands signified by the Right Honourable
the Lords of the Committee of Trade & foreign Plantations in
favour of Sir Thomas Lawrence her Majesty's Secretary of
this Province which is again recommended to your best Con-
sideration that Satisfaction may be given his Complaints Or
otherwise in Case you have Reason to believe any Hardships
are put upon him as to his Office pray in Respect to her
Majesty's Patent do him what Justice is in Your Power, and
that as speedily as may be.
Mr Dumer's Proposals concerning Packet Boats and the
Right Honourable the Lords of Trade and Plantation's Letter
in favour thereof is likewise sent you and this Board do recom-
mend that you will give what Encouragement and Assistance
you can to so good a Design which will tend much to the Ad-
vantage of Trade in this Province. Signed p Order
W Bladen CL Co.

Which foregoing Message being read and debated in the
House it's resolved the following Message be sent in Answer
thereto Viz.

By the House of Delegates March 31st 1707

May it please Your Excellency.
This House have considered the Message from Your Excel-
lency and Honours relating to Sir Thomas Lawrence's Com-
plaint to the Right Honble the Lords of Trade and Plantations
about the ordering Licences and they are of Opinion That
that Complaint contains no more than what was contained in
a former Complaint made by the said Sir Thomas to their said
Lordships about that Matter and to which this House gave a
sufficient Answer the last Session of Assembly which by this
Time they hope is before their said Lordships and so needs
no further Answer at this Time. As to that Part of the Mes-
sage relating to Mr Dummers the House desire to know what
Methods Mr Dumers will propose to render his Packet Boats
useful or profitable to this Province and how and by what
Means Mr Dumers may have Satisfaction in Case such Pro-
posals may take Place and be put in Practice
Signed p Order W Bladen Cl. Co



 
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