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Minutes of the North Carolina Governor's Council
North Carolina. Council
August 11, 1764 - August 27, 1764
Volume 06, Pages 1076-1077


At a Council held at Brunswick 27th August 1764
Present
His Excellency the Governor
The Honble James Murray Esquire
The Honble Lewis De Rossett Esquire

The Honble Robert Palmer Esqr came into Council and produced his Majestys Mandamus constituting him one of the Members of his

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Majestys Council for the province of North Carolina which Mandamus was read and the said Robert Palmer took the Oaths by Law appointed to be taken by Publick Officers made and subscribed the Declaration called the Test, and took the Oath of a Councillor


At a Council held at Brunswick 11th August 1764
Present
His Excellency the Governor
The Honble James Hasell Esquire
The Honble William Dry Esquire
The Honble Benjamin Heron Esquire

William Dry and Benjamin Heron took the Oaths of Office.

A complaint preferred against Isaiah Parvisol Sheriff of the County of Cumberland by Mr. A. Macklaine for several misdemeanors in his office and evidence being heard on both sides

It is the opinion of this Board that he be reprimanded by his Excellency the Gov. and he was reprimanded accordingly

Ordered, That a new Commission of the Peace be made out for the County of Rowan and that Morrison and Simonton be omitted therein and the Names of Alexander Martin, John Hunter, John Dunn, Thomas McCuisteon,        Dorchester, William Mellikin and William Spuageon Esquires are named therein