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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, September, 1704-April, 1706
Volume 26, Page 590   View pdf image (33K)
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590 Assembly Proceedings, April 2-19, 1706.

Lib. 41,
p. 73

Upon reading the foregoing Petition it's the Opinion of the
House that Mr Bladen first lay out his Lots and make the
Country sensible of what is set forth in his Petition then this
House will further consider to make him Restitution.
Proposals offered in the House to prepare a Bill to ascertain
the Price of the following Coin

Resolved That Pieces of Eight pass at £..4..6
Dollars at — ..4..6
Duccatoons at — ..5...6

Ordered That a Bill be prepared to ascertain it pursuant to
the Proposal.
The following Message ordered to be prepared and read in
the House Viz.

By the House of Delegates April 11th 1706

In Answer to your Proposal made to this House by his
Excellency and your Honours whether it be not highly neces-
sary to annex the Lot on which the old Vestry House is built
to the Parson's Lot, this House is ready to concur and agree
that the same may be annexed as proposed but they are not
at present inclinable to make any Improvement thereon.
Signed p Order W. Taylard Cl. Ho. Del.

Which being read and approved of was sent up to his
Excellency and Council by Mr Samuel Magruder and Mr
Thomas Howe
The House adjourns till two O'Clock in the Afternoon

Post Meridiem. The House met again according to Ad-
journment and were all present as in the Morning.
Bill for investing certain Lands in John Whittington sent
to the Committee for Ingrossmt
Bill restraining Papists from purchasing Protestant Servants
&ca Put to the Vote whether Bill shall pass or not ? Carried
in the Negative.
Bill for preventing the sin of Fornication committed by
white women Servants &ca
Read the first Time. Put to the Vote whether the Bill pass
or not? Carried in the Affirmative and that the Bill do pass.
Ordered it be indorsed.
The Petition of Robert Givair and Mary his Wife one of the
Daughters of Edward Day late of Somerset County deceased
praying Relief in a Legacy given by her Father's will lost.
Which being read the House refers the same to Considera-
tion of the next Sessions of Assembly ; and ordered that

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