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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, 1733-1736
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2 Assembly Proceedings, March 13, 1732/3-April 12, 1733.

U. H. J.
Black Book
No. 6
No. 67

The bad State of Our Trade for some Years past hath laid this
Province under the Greatest Difficulties; and tho many Expedients
have been tried, and the Evil not totally removed yet I doubt not but
by your Prudent and joint Councils, you will be able to Compleat a
Work so much to your Honour and the good of the People you
It is not a little Concern to me, that I am Obliged to put you
in mind of the 111 State of the Goals of this Province and I make
no Doubt, you will take Care to Redress so Unchristian a Grievance
Some Amendments may be made to the Act for regulating of your
Militia; and tho there seems not any immediate Danger, yet it hath
been a Maxim in all wise Governments, to provide against the worst ;
Nothing is Dearer to Englishmen, than their Property; and nothing
can so Effectually preserve it to you, as being in a Posture to Defend

Lib. No. 33
p. 248

This part of his Majesties Dominions

Gentlemen of Both Houses
As the Purpose of my Voyage is to promote the Welfare of this
Province, you may be Assured I shall readily Concur with you in any
thing that may Answer that End, such our Endeavours will render
us Acceptable to our most Gracious Sovereign, whose Paternal Care
extends Equally to all his Subjects; and under whose happy In-
fluence Our Mother Country at present enjoys the most Profound
and Seeming lasting Peace
A Message from the Lower House by Mr Warfield and Mr

Black Book

No. 3

No. 102

By the Lower House of Assembly March 13th 1732
May it please Your Honours
This House hath Resolved that the Hours of Sitting for Dispatch
of Publick Business during this Session be from Nine of the Clock
in the forenoon to four of the Clock in the afternoon and Desireth
to know if the time proposed be Agreeable to your House
Signed p Order M Macnemara Cl Lo. Ho.

Lib. No. 33
p. 248

The following Answer being prepared is sent to the Lower House
by Edmund Jenings Esqr

By the Upper House of Assembly 13th March 1732
The time of Sitting for the Dispatch of the Publick Business as
proposed in your message by Mr Warfield and Mr Hammond is
Agreeable to this House
Signed p Order John Ross Cl. Up. Ho.

Adjourned till to Morrow Morning Nine of the Clock.

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