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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, October 1678-November 1683
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Assembly Proceedings, October—November 1683. 565

Pead for his Incouragmt to pvince And after a serious
Debate vpon the same, It was put to the question Whether
(besides the Thanks of this house) the sayd Mr Pead shall bee
prsented with any sum of Tobacco as from the Publique Yea
or Nay
Voted in the Affirmative
Then Put To the question whether the summ of Ten Thou-
sand pounds shall bee the summ to prsent him with Yea or Nay :
Voted in the negative

L. H. Journal
Original.

Message about Jacob
young further debated

Vpon Consideraccon and debate of the
last message sent to this house relateing to

Jacob Young: It was putt to the question whether this house
shall Concurr with the vppr house as is desired by the sd mes-
sage yea Or Nay,         Voted in the negative

And Ordered that an Answere be drawne to the sayd Mes-
sage Accordingly as foll:

Lower house of Assembly October the 22th 1683

Answere to the vppr house
about Jacob Young

This house haveing reassumed the de-
bate Toutching Jacob Young vpon the

message this Day received from the vppr house, Doth not think
fitt to receed from their Vote Of the 19th Instant sent from this
house To the vpper house by Majr Long and Mr Green And
therefore Cannot Concurr wlh the request of the vppr house In
the Joyning in Committee as Is desired

Signd p Ordr C Boteler Cler:

Capt Smith and Capt Orsborne sent w'h the foregoeing Mes-
sage.

They returne and say they have delivered the same

The message of yesterday
relateing to Trade
Considered

Then was Taken Into Consideraccon
the message of this Day relateing to the
Bill for Advancement of Trade, And Or-

dered that Mr Robert Carvile and Mr John Rousby drawe vp

Answere Ordered to be
Drawne.

An Answere To the sayd message pursueant
to the sence of this house who goe out vpon

the same
Coll Stevens brings from the vppr house the petticcon of
Steven Gary Late High Sher of Dorchester County: Whereon
was Endeorsed as followeth

(Vizt) Uppr house 22th October 1683:
This peticcon referred to the Consideraccon of the Lower
house where the members of Dorchester County will bee
present who in all probability may be know [ing in the matter]
peticond for
[Signd p Order Tho: Gr]unwin Cler &c.

p. 39



 

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