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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, 1733-1736
Volume 39, Page 49   View pdf image (33K)
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The Upper House. 49


Sent to the Lower House with the Paper Bill by John Hall Esqr
Adjourned till two of the Clock in the afternoon

Eodem Die Post Meridiem
This House met again According to Adjournment

Present as in the Morning

A bill from the Lower House by Messrs Hanson and Nedels En-
tituled An Act for Relief of Prisoners for Debt thus Endorsed

By the Lower House of Assembly 10th April 1733
Read the first and second time by an Especial order and will pass.
Signed p order M Macnemara Ct. Lo. Ho.

Read the first time in this House and ordered to lye on the Table
The following Message is sent to the Lower house by Edmund
Jenings Esqr

U. H. J.

Lib. No. 33
p. 295

By the Upper house of Assembly 10th April 1733
Gentlemen
The Poverty of the Province and the Low Circumstances of the
People, require the best Endeavours of the Legislative power to
Apply some Ease and relief to the great burthen of Levies, which
the Poor Labour under every year; and as no one Article Con-
tributes more to the Increase of a Publick Levie than the Great
Charge of Assemblies, and none ought to be more ready in shewing
their Commiseration for the unhappiness of the Inhabitants, than
those persons, who by a Seat in either of the Houses of Assembly,
must be presumed to have the Good of the Province most at heart.
Therefore this house proposes to your house, and is desirous, the
usual Allowance to the Members of both Houses be Either taken
away, or reduced to halfe by an Act of Assembly
Signed p Order John Ross Cl. Up. Ho.

A Message from the Lower House by Messrs Crabb and Hammond

Black Book

No. 3

Letter
No. 136

By the Lower House of Assembly 10th April 1733
May it pleas Your Honours
We have referred the Consideration of your Message of this day
by Edmund Jenings Esqr to the next Session of Assembly.
Signed p Order M Macnemara Ct. Lo. Ho.

Read the Journal of the Committee of Accounts and ordered to be
thus Subscribed

Letter
No. 129
Lib. No. 33
p. 296



 
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