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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, 1693-1697
Volume 19, Page 238   View pdf image (33K)
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238 Assembly Proceedings, Oct. 3-19, 1695.

Original
Journal.

An Act for Appeals and regulating Writts of Error.
An Act for Imposition of 4s p Gallon upon Lyquors im-
ported into this province.
An Act for secureing Severall persons Rights to Town Land.
An Act imposing the Duty of Ten p Cent upon all Euro-
pean goods exported out of this province &ca
An Act for the appointing Rangers for the defence of this
province.
An Act for the Naturalization of Michaell Curtis & others.
An Act for the payment of 333lb 06s 08d towards the main-
taining his Mats fforces at New York.
An Act for Reviving the temporary Laws of this province.
An Act for paying and Assessing the Publick Levy of this
province, The wch sd Severall Bills being again Carefully
perused & inspected his Exncy was pleased to Sign the Same
with this indorsemt Vizt
On behalfe of his Maty King Wm the Third; I will these
to be Laws.

Afterwards the sd Laws passed the broad Seal in presence
of his Exncy and Councill and the whole house; and thereupon
his Exncy was pleased (in his Mats name) to Return the house
thanks for their Care and paines bestowed in the making
those and the other Laws, Since his Arrivall recommending
unto them the due observation as well of those as all other
the good Laws of this province now in force, and all Ordrs and
Ordinances now passed and that such as were magistrates
among them would see the Same put in Execution without
which the making Laws would prove in Effectuall and Use-
less; Lastly his Exncy does recommend to them in genll that
they would Signifye to the inhabitants of the severall Counties
where they live, that they Should not any ways be disheartned

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or discouraged through the rumour and noise of heavy taxes,
and to perswade them from their ffolly and unadvisedness in
leaving the Countrey upon or any other side idle rumours
and stories.

Produced and Read an Address to his Sacred Maty in
relation to New York affair the which was Signed by the
Severall members of his Mats honrble Councill and house of
Burgesses.

Then his Exncy was pleased to acquaint them that he had
Considered with his Councill to Prorogue them untill the 20th
day of March next but if in Case there should be no absolute
necessity for their meeting at that time he would by his
Proclamation in ffebry next give them notice thereof and

further prorogue them and the Assembly was accordingly-
prorogued untill the 20th day of March next.
So Ended this Sessions of Assembly.



 
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