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A bill past both houses for setling a standart of weights and measures.

A bill past both houses for raiseing 40011 for their Majesties service in Carrieing.

All ye Acts past this Sessions of Assembly, being ten in number, were delivered in to this board & ordered ye Secretary should record & publish ye same, and the ye Gover" did disolve ye assembly, & yê assembly was accordingly disolved.

Att A Councill held at Perth Amboy ye 12th October anno Dom' i6 93

GoverHamilton
Isaac Kingsland

Andrew Bowne
present { David Mudie
John Bishop

Sof ye Councill
James Dundas

Lewis Morris The House of Deputyes being meet together Came before this board, & ye Gover" did desire them to wth draw & Choise their Speaker & present him to morrow morning & then he would lay before them such things as were for yo generall good & welfear of ye province.

Adjourned till 8 a Clock to morrow Morning
Att A Councill held at perth Amboy 13 Octr i693

(Gover Hamilton
Isaac Kingsland )
Andrew Bowne

David Mudie
present

Sam” Dennes of ye Councill
John Bishop
James Dundas

(Lewis Morris The House of Deputyes being meet Came before this board & presented william Lawrance for their Speaker, who was received accordingly, and then yo Gover told them that he had Called them together at this time to Consult & advise of severall things wch were for ye Generall good Credit and welfear of this province, and seeing ye warr agst ye French still Continued, he desired they would fall upon some proper & good method for defence of ye Country, & for ye assisting ye warrs & Continueing ye Credit of ye province, wch they had already acquired, by assisting of our neighbours of new yorke wth men & money for defence of ye frontiers; and because ye makeing of detachments is found to be very Inconvenient he desired they would fall upon some better method for raiseing of men & paying them for ye future

defence

Adjourned till 2 a Clock afternoon

Postmeridiem Ordered that Isaac Kingsland & Thomas Gordon Dept Secretary & Clerk of this board Do take ye usuall oathes of members of ye house of Deputyes wch they did

Adjourned till 8 à Clock to morrow morning

Att A Councill held at perth Amboy 14th October anno Dom: 1693

( Gover Hamilton
Andrew Bowne)

David Mudie
present { John Bishop } of ye Councill

Sam" Dennes
James Dundas

į Lewis Morris A Message to ye house of Deputyes by Thomas Gordon Clerk of this board, desireing them to fall Spedily upon ye bussinese recomended to them yesterday by ye Gover", and to Shew them a letter from his Ex'cie Benj fletcher Goverk of newyork applauding & giveing thanks in their Majties names, for ye Loyalty & assistance this province hath given towards ye defence of ye frontiers

A Message by John Reid & John Lyon, desired this board would appoint some of their number to meet a Committie of their house, to discourse of ye bussinese in hand; this board did appoint Andrew Bowne & Sam" Dennes to meet John Bowne John White John Lyon & John pike, who meet accordingly

Adjourned till 8 a Clock on Moonday morning

Att A Councill held at perth Amboy ye 16th October anno Dom': i693

(Goverr Hamilton
Andrew Bonne

John Jnians
present David Mudiel

{ of ye Councill
John Royse
Sam! Dennes
James Dundas

A Message by John White and John Reid desireing a Generall Conference of this board, wch was granted presently, & being meet, ye Speaker informed this board that ye Country was much aggrieved by many ill and unaccountable practices don to ye Inhabitants of this province by ye Collector of NewYorke, the Gover" answered yt he would willingly Joyn wth them to redress ye same any way they thought fitt

Adjourned till 8 a Clock to morrow morning

Att A Councill held at Perth Amboy ye 17th Octr i693

(Goverr Hamilton
Andrew Bowne
John Jnians

David Mudie
present

Sam" Dennes } of ye Councill
John Bishop
John Royse

James Dundas A Message by John Bowne & John Drake to Inform this board, that ye house of Deputyes have agreed to Levy fifteen men to be sent to albany for assisting in ye defence of ye frontiers, & to pay them for one yeare next Ensueing

Another Message by John Bowne & John pike, to Informe this board that they have aggreed to add five men more, wch makes twentie in all, for one year

A Message by Thomas Gordon to Informe ye house of Deputyes that this house desires a Genrl Conference of ye whole house presently, & being meet, ye Gover" told them yt they had received two Messages one Informing them that ye house Deputyes had agreed to levy 15 men to be sent to ye frontiers, & another that they had five men more woh seemed very strange that they should bargaine as if they were buying or selling a horse or a Cow, when their own seafty & Credit Lyes at stake, and therefore he desired that this year they would agree to send 30 men wch would tend very much to their Seafty & Credit, and would also be a leading Case & a good Example to ye neighbourhood, and that he would Endeavour yt 25 if not 20 men should be accepted of next year. The Governor also told them that there was an Express Messenger Come for him to go to west Jersey to ye Assembly now sitting at Burlington, & therefore thought fitt that they would think of adjourning for some short time Adjourned to 2 a Clock afternoon

Post Post meridiem

A Méssage by Thomas Gordon to acquaint ye house of Deputyes, that this board did desire they would Conclude upon what ye Gover had recomended to them, that he might be Enabled to Improve to ye best advantage in west Jersey, where he was now going, And also yt he might writt to ye Gover" of New-Yorke, who is now at Connectecute, y he may Improve to ye best advantage as a leading Case there, & also to desire them to Informe this board what time they desired to adjourn to.

A Message from ye house of Deputyes by John Reid and Thomas Richards, to Inform this board that they Incline to adjourne to ye 14th November next, & in ye mean time, to Informe & advise wth their Neighbours if they Can give 30 men to be sent to ye frontiers as is proposed. .

The Gover did Informe this board that being necessitate to go to burlington to ye assembly now sitting there, who have sent for him, & not being resolved to stay above 3 or 4 dayes, upon Second thoughts he did not think fitt to adjourn ye assembly, but that a Chairman might be appointed in his absence, and ye Members of this board did recomend it to his Hor to appoint whom he thought fitt, Whereupon ye Gover" did name Capt Andrew Bowne to be Chairman dureing his absence, wch all yo members of this board did well approve of.

A Message by Cape John Bishop to Informe ye house of Deputyes, that this board desired a Generall Conference wth them presently, & being meet, ye Gover' did Informe them that upon Second thoughts, wth advise of ye Councill, he thought fitt not adjourn because it would be a great truble & Charge to ye Country to meet again, And therefore, wth ye advice & approbation of ye Councill, he had appointed Capt Andrew Bowne to be Chairman dureing his absence, wch should be very Short, & in yo mean time they might be prepareing bills &c till his returne, and that he had now resolved wth advice of ye Councill to accept of 25 men, wch was ye lest wch is ye least that they Can wth Credit offer or he accept of.

A Message by John Reid Sam" Dennes & Thomas Richards pressing this board for an adjournment at least for tenn dayes

A Message by Thomas Gordon to Inform ye house of Deputyes, that they desired they would appoint 4 of their house to meet 3 from this board to debate yo reasons why they pressed for an adjournment: this board made Choice of Capt Andrew Bowne John Royse & Sam! Dennes to meet Richard Hartshorne Sam" Dennes John Lyon & Daniel Dod of ye house of deputies, and after a full debate ye Comittie aggreed to Adjourn for 10 days and accordingly did

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Adjourn till Thoursday ye 26 Instant Octr at 9 a Clock in ye morning Att A Councill held at perth Amboy ye 26th Octr i693

(Goverr Hamilton

Andrew Bowne).
present John Inians
Sam' Dennis

Yof ye Councill

Muy
James Dundas
The House of Deputyes Not being fully meet

Adjourned till 8 a Clock to Morrow Morning

Att A Councill held at perth Amboy 27th Octr 1693

Gover Hamilton
Andrew Bowne )

John Jnians
present

Sam" Dennes Şof ye Councill
John Bishop

James Dundas) A Message from Sam! Dennes & James Dundas to ye house of Deputyes, to Informe them that this house desires they would finish ye bill of supply for defence of ye frontiers wth all Expedition, for two reasons, first y notice may be Sent to yo proprietors in England that they may Improve our Loyalty to Our advantage there, & also that Notice may be Sent to ye Gover" of New-Yorke Now at Connecticute, that he may Improve it to our Credit there, & ye forwarding their Majtles Interest there & elsewhere wthin their Majties plantations.

Adjourned to 2 a Clock afternoon

Post meridiem A Message by John Reid John pike & Sam' Dennes wt a bill Concerning ye Courts of Small Causes past that house, desireing ye Concurrance of this board.

A Message by Sam! Dennes & James Dundas to ye house of Deputyes proposeing some Amendments of ye gd bill Concerneing ye Courts of Small Causes, And desireing An Answer of ye Message sent them in ye morning Concerning ye Bill of Supply &c.

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