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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, April 1684-June 1692
Volume 13, Page 189   View pdf image (33K)
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Assembly Proceedings, Nov. 14-Dec. 8, 1688. 189

the reasons of this house to enforce the bringing in of Money,
as aforesaid into this Province who for Answer says that he is
very ready to Comply with the said request of both houses
and accordingly he will Committ the same to writing but is
not sure to Compleat the same during this Session of Assembly
But assures both houses by Gods Blessing that he will finish
the Same so soon as possible he can and will deliver an Origi-
nal thereof to be Transcribed into as many Copies as will
Suffice to every Member of both houses one, they Considering
the Clerk for such his pains to which this house do Concurr
and desire therein the Concurrence of the Lower house.
Signed pr Order Tho: Grunwin Cl of the Lower house.

Sent to the Lower house by Coll Pye he returns and says
he has Dd the same
Dr Brookes and Mr Dare from the Lower house with the
fol: Message

Lower house 30th November 1688.
In Answer to the last Message by the honourable Coll
Tailler & Coll Digges this house desire the Upper house to
peruse again their Message and it will appear that they do
not mention any Misunderstanding between the two houses
but between the Members of the Upper and Lower houses
and this house kindly resent the fair proceedings and Answer
of the Upper house in giving this house the Priviledges that
is undoubtedly their right (to witt) that of Electing Committee
Clerks and assure the Upper house the said Cullen was
appointed by this house for that Committee and is the most
Capable to Serve in that place as he hath done the Two pro-
ceeding Assemblies, neither were the Members of the said
Committee (as they Averr to this house) against the said
Boyes Officiating there had his Skill therein answered their
reasonable Expectation Therefore since his Incapacity would
retard the Business of this Assembly and the other further it
as well by his Clerkship as Experience in the said Office
They cannot think it reasonable to deprive him, but were will-
ing to allow the other Twelve hundred pounds of Tobacco for
his Attendance hitherto
Signed pr Order William Dent Cl of the Lower house.

This house Adjourned till to Morrow Morning 8 a Clock.

Lib. W. H.

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