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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, October 25, 1711-October 19, 1714
Volume 29, Page 327   View pdf image (33K)
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The Lower House. 327


Messages endeavoured to persuade your House to comply
with her Majesty's Commands and these we affirm to be the
only Motives that have induced us to be so very importunate
with you this Session and multiply so many Messages and
must deny the same were used to gratify any one or delay
the Session which we look upon to be an unworthy Reflection
and base Imputation thrown on this Board and which we can-
not but highly resent as to any Reflections you may bestow
upon us when you come to your several Counties in the vin-
dicating your own Reputations we are above the Consideration
thereof well knowing if you shall throw any Aspersions upon
us they will be altogether unjust and groundless and whereas
several of you are Justices in your respective Counties we
must warn you as there is now no Law in fforce in this Prov-
ince relating to Ordinaries you had best take Care how you
put any of the Laws of the Kingdom of Great Britain relating
to Ale House Keepers and Victuallers in fforce and Practice
here unless you are well satisfied you are sufficiently impow-
ered so to do
Signed p Order W Bladen Cl Council

Ordered Mr James Lloyd and Mr Mariartee attend the
Honble President and Council and acquaint that Honble Board
this House have nothing before them and are ready to attend
their Honours to finish this Session.
They return an say they delivered their Message.
Colo Addison from Council enters the House and informs
Mr Speaker that the President and Council desire that some
of the Members of this House bring up the Bills agreed to
this Session and see them sealed; and Mr Lloyd & Mr Mari-
artee were ordered to carry the same

L. H. J.

Lib. 41

Nov. 14th 1713

They return and say they delivered the Bills and saw them
sealed.
Colo Addison and Colo Tilghman from the Council enter
the House and inform Mr Speaker the Honble President and
Council commands him and the whole House immediately to
attend him in the Council Chamber and being admitted at the
Board Mr Speaker delivered to the Honble President the
several Bills agreed upon this Session being in Number seven-
teen whose Names and Titles follow.

Publick Bills
1 Bill for killing Wolves, Crows and Squirrels
2 Bill to restrain the ill Practice of Sheriffs.

p. 425



 
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