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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, 1724-1726
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492 Assembly Proceedings, July 12-25, 1726.

U. H. J.

certainty of Shipping our Crops. To prevent the first, it
would undoubtedly be the Interest of the Countrey to destroy
the Trash here, for no body but a Madman would Ship bad
Tobacco to bring himself in Debt. This would in a great
Measure lessen the quantity Especially if tending of Seconds
was prohibited; and if the good Tobacco was Ship'd at a time
certain the Merchants might regulate the Market at home very
much to our Advantage. This Gentlemen is what Occurs to
me and I leave it to your serious Consideration

Cha Calvert

p. 3

Whereupon Mr Speaker and the whole House withdrew
A Message from the Lower House by Captain Hooper and
Mr Harrison viz.

By the Lower House uf Assembly July the 12th 1726
May it please Your Honours
This House in Order to Dispatch the publick Business
have Entred a resolve to sit from Eight of the Clock in the
forenoon till Eleven, and from one till five in the afternoon
and desire to know whether the times proposed are agreeable
to your Honours.
Signed p Order M. Jenifer Cl. Lo: Ho.

To which Message the following Answer was prepared

By the Upper House of Assembly July the 12th 1726
Gentlemen.
In Answer to your Message of this day by Capt" Hooper
and Mr Harrison this house are of opinion that it will Con-
tribute more to the Dispatch of publick business to sit from
Eight of the Clock in the forenoon till Twelve and from two
in the afternoon till six in the Evening if it will be Agreable
to your house.
Signed p Order Geo: Plater Cl Up Ho.

p. 4

Sent to the Lower House by Philemon Lloyd Esqr
A Message from the Lower House by Captain King and
Mr Kirk viz.

By the Lower house of Assembly July the 12th 1726

May it please Your Honours
We agree with your Honours as to the time of meeting
proposed in your Message this day by Phile Lloyd Esqr and



 
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