Chap. VI.} 1630 to 1635
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1 As an opposite statement has received the sanction, not of Oldmixon, Chalmers, and Robertson only, but of Marshall and of Story (see Story's Commentaries, i. 28, ‘without the slightest effort to convene a colonial assembly’), I deem it necessary to state, that many of the statutes of Virginia under Harvey still exist, and that, though many others are lost, the first volume of Hening's Statutes at Large proves, beyond a question, that assemblies were convened, at least, as often as follows:—
|1630, March,||Hening, i.||147—153.|
3 Ibid. 172, Act 40.
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