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One cannot help remarking the injustice of this insinuation, for the Journal of the House of Burgesses proves the Resolution for the Address (to which the foregoing was intended as an answer) passed, the House upon receipt of his Lordship' s Message respecting the Powder, the day before he left the City; and the Gazette, published the day he went away, must have informed his Lordship of this generous disposition of the House. So, if the Address was really late, as his Lordship conceives, the reason must be found in his Lordship' s going from the Seat of Government on board air armed vessel. — Vir˙ Gaz.