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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, October 1678-November 1683
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Assembly Proceedings, November 1-12, 1681. 223

shall be in no better Condition then the Person that Purchaseth
a Writt of Error the County Courts will prove the greatest
Grievance in the Province, Since the unskillfullness of the
Attorneys Admitted Commonly in the County Courts is Such
that upon Errors Assigned the Iudgement will undoubtedly be
reversed but in case of Appeals the Merit of the Cause be by
a New Declaration, Plea, issue, and Tryall, by Evidence at
Barr brought before the Provincial Court, We doubt not but to
bring things to that Pass that Writts of Error shall not be so
common nor Vexatious as heretofore, being resolved to Settle
Such Rules for the Provincial Court as shall hinder Writts of
Error for the future in Assemblies, and therefore desire the
Lower house to take that Act into Consideration and Amend
it in case of Appeals
Signed pr Order pr I LLewellin Cl of Assembly—

Ordered that the Message be Delivered to the Secretary by
him to be carried to the Lower house to Morrow Morning—
And this house Adjourns till to Morrow ten a Clock to the
Same Place

November the 5th 1681 at the Chancellors House

Upper house mett being Present
The Right Honourable the Lord Proprietary
Philip Calvert Esqr Chancellor
The honourable Coll: Henry Darnall
Captain William Digges

Adjourn to the Council Chamber—
where all mett as before.
C William Calvert Esqr Secretary
also The Honourable— Coll: Vincent Lowe
Coll: Thomas Tailler

A Message from the Lower house pr Capt Sibrey & Mr
William Pierce

Lower house of Assembly November the 5th 1681
Upon a Message from the Upper house by Coll: Darnall
relating to the Act Prohibiting the Exportation of Hides and
the Advantage and abuse, made thereof by the Insolency of
the Tanners of this Province, This house having taken the
Same into their long and Serious Debate do Vote that in Con-
sideration of the great likelihood and Probability of a con-
siderable and Publick benefit that will come to the Good
People of this Province by the making & Continuance of The

U. H. Journal
1659-98

said Act, and for that this House is informed by Some of their



 
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