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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, March, 1707-November, 1710
Volume 27, Page 279   View pdf image (33K)
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The Lower House. 279

Resolved it ought not to be paid by him in Regard the
Negroes lived with him in Pensylvania and not imported here
for Sale.
William Bennett's Petition as one of the Guards &ta praying
Allowance for his Services and Attendance is referred to the
Committee of Accounts for Allowance George Ferguson and
Sarah Philips Petition read and referred to a Committee of Laws
The Petition of John Nicholls read and referred to the
Committee of Laws
Resolved a Bill be brought in to make foreign Coins Current
here according to her Majesty's Royal Proclamation and Act
of Parliament and that the Committee of Laws prepare a Bill
for that Purpose
Then was taken into Consideration that Part of his Excel-
lency's Speech relating to Itinerant Justices and the following
Message prepared to be sent to his Excy and Council there-

By the House of Delegates December 3d 1708.

May it please your Excy,
This House having under Consideration that Part of your
Excellency's Speech relating to Itinerant Judges do find some
Difficulties relating to the Charges that will accrue thereby
which they cannot well calculate therefore humbly desire that
your Excellency would please to order a Scheme of the Charge
may be drawn up and laid before this House for their Inspec-
tion. Signed p Orden Richd Dallam Cl. Ho. Del.

Sent up to his Excellency and Council by Mr Mackall, Mr
Whittington, Colo
Maxwell and Captain Crabb. They return
and say they delivered their Message
The Gentlemen of the Conferrence enter the House and
deliver their Report which was here read and agreed to and
sent up to the Council.
Major General Lloyd, Colo
Holland and Colo
Coursey from
the Honble Council enter the House and delivers Mr Speaker
the Report of the Conferrence relating to Sir Thomas Law-
rence Complaints touching Ordinary Licenses Masters of
Ships Cropping Tobacco, Gauge of Tobacco Hogsheads, &
Divulgers of false News with the Houses Message and Coun-
cil's Answer to the Message thereon which follows Vizt

L. H. J.

December 3d 1708.

In Relation to the Gauge of Tobacco Hogsheads first that
her Majesty be addressed that the former Gauge be continued


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