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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, October 1678-November 1683
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Assembly Proceedings, OctoberNovember 1683. 569

shall bring their mare to One of the sd six places, who shall
be Obliged to let his Ston'd horse leap their mares, for 18d in
money pd for the same
4thly To Incourage the destroying of Ston'd Horses every
one bringing before a Justice the Stones of a horse, vpon
Certificate, shall be Allowed 30 " of Tobacco p horse
This house desires thf the Low[er house will dr]awe a new
bill to the Effect aforesd or any Other w[ay that will answere]
the End and Intent, aforesd, And This house shall Concurr
the [rein]
Signd [p Order Tho: Grunwin Cl of Assembly]

Then was read the fol
Lower house October [24th 1683]

L. H. Journal
Original.

p. 42

Humble Thanks to his
Lordsp: for holding the Assem-
bly and Court, soe nere the
Center of this province

Your Lorsps most humble and obedi-
ent Servants the v[pper and Lower
Houses] of this present Genll Assem-
bly, with all Immaginable g[ratitude

acknowledging your Lops great Love and Affection: to the
good peo[ple of this pro]vince Expressed In your Lops speech
made to your Two houses at the Opening of this Sessions,
And more particularly in Convecning this Assembly & ap-
poynting your Lops provinciall Court to be held in this place
soe nere the Center of yor Lops Province for the great ease
and Generall Convenience of the Inhabitants thereof Doe
with all Dutifull Affections hereby prsent [to] yor Lop their
most humble and Harty Thanks.

And They Doe further pray yor Lop: to signify to both
houses what place Yor Lop: Intends all future Assemblyes
provinciall Courts & Offices, to bee held and kept at, That
they may Take Speedy Care to make provision of buildings
fitt for the reception Thereof, And this house desire the Con-
currence of the vppr house therein :

Signd p Ordr C Boteler Cler &c.

Capt Hill leave to goe
home

Capt Richard Richard Hill desires leave
of this house to goe home, his wife being

very Sick: wch is granted to him, soe that he return by to mor-
row morning:

Major Weikes Capt Smith, Mr Ennalls and Doctr Brookes
sent with the Last foregoeing message.

Mr Hosier and Majr Long prsent the following paper

Lower house the 24th of October 1683:

Answere to the message
about Mr Pead

This house haveing taken Into Consid-
eraccon the message sent from the vppr

day of October Instant Concerning Giveing

 

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