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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, October 1773 to April 1774
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The Lower House. 149


POST MERIDIEM.
The House met.
George Stewart, Esq; from the Upper House, delivers to Mr.
Speaker a Bill, entitled, An Act for the further Continuance of an
Act, entitled, An Act for the Regulation of the Staple of Tobacco,
and for preventing Frauds in his Majesty's Customs, thus indorsed:
"By the Upper House of Assembly, December 21, 1773: Read the
First and Second Time by an especial Order and will pass.
Signed by Order, U. SCOTT, Cl. Up. Ho.

Which was read here the First and Second Time by an especial
Order, and will pass with the following Amendment, vis. Strike
out the Words from the Word "during" in the last Line but one of
the Bill to the End of the Bill, and insert the following Words,
to wit. "the Term of Fourteen Years from the 16th Day of
November, 1773, and until the End of the next Session of Assembly
which shall happen after the Expiration of the said Fourteen Years."
The said Bill was sent to the Upper House by Mr. Chase and
Mr. Lloyd.
Mr. Chamberlaine brings in and delivers to Mr. Speaker the
Journal of Accounts. Which was read the First and Second Time
and assented to, and sent to the Upper House by Mr. Chamberlaine
and Mr. Sim.
Philip Thomas Lee, Esq; from the Upper House, delivers to Mr.
Speaker the Bill, entitled, An Act for the further Continuance of an
Act, entitled, An Act for the Regulation of the Staple of Tobacco,
and for preventing Frauds in his Majesty's Customs; with the
following Message.

By the UPPER HOUSE of ASSEMBLY
December 21, 1773.
GENTLEMEN,

WE think it would not be proper to give a Continuance to the
Bill herewith sent beyond the Time mentioned therein, and
hope you will agree to that Continuance, or return it with a
Negative.
Signed by Order, U. SCOTT, Cl. Up. Ho."

The ingrossed Bills No. 27, 28, 29, were severally read and as-
sented to, and sent to the Upper House, with the Paper Bills thereof,
by Mr. Hyland and Mr. Hawkins.
The ingrossed Bill No. 30, was read and assented to, and sent
to the Upper House, with the Paper Bill thereof, by Mr. Aq. Hall
and Mr. Tolly.
The House adjourns till To-morrow Morning 9 o'Clock.

Votes and
Proceedings
of the Lower
House,
printed by
A. C. Green
Dec. 21



 
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