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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly January 1637/8-September 1664
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318 Assembly Proceedings, March 1650/1.

U. H.
Journal
1659-60

certainty, [wee] refem ourselfe, wherein wee haue also giuen
some power to our Lieutennant there for the tyme being [for]
the Enacting and repealing of temporary lawes soe farr as Wee
thought reasonable and sufficient for the satisfaction of the
People there, and in complyance with a desire in the said letter
to that purpose As for any other thing conteyned in the said
Letter Wee referr the Assembly there to you our said Lieutenant
William Stone for answere therevnto according to our Instruc-
tions sent herewith to you and our Councell there. Wee are
Sorry to vnderstand that John Jarbo one vnto whom Wee
wished well, hath behaved himselfe so vnmanerly and con-

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temptuously towards you our said Lieutennant William Stone
as appeares by severall depositions sent vnto vs this yeare hee
hath done, which wee doe and haue reason to resent as an

affront don vnto ourselfe, wherefore wee require you our said

Lieutennant and the Rest of our Councell there to be very
dilligent in vindicating our honnor on all such occasions of con-
temptuous or scandalous words or accons against our said
Lieutennant there for the tyme being as spoken or done against
our owne person which hee represents in that Province. In
order wherevnto Wee will and require you our said Lieutennant
and Councell there (in case the said Jarbo be not duly punished
for his said high misdemeanor, or be vpon his submission
pardoned for it before the publishing hereof, in our said Province)
to cause such punishment to be inflicted on him as his offence
deserveth vnless vpon publick acknowledgment of his fault in
open Court there, hee doth humbly submitt himselfe to you our
said Lieutennant, and Crave your Pardon for the same with
good assurance of his part that hee will not fall into the like
Error hereafter, but comport himselfe with that respect, duty
and Obedience to you as hee and all others respectiuely vnder
our Government there ought to doe, vpon which submission
acknowledgment and assurance wee are willing, (but not other-
wise) that this first fault of his in that kind should be pardoned
in regard hee hath formerly well merritted of vs, and our said
deare brother deceased, And whereas there hath bene some
aspersions (as Wee are informed) lately laid vpon our said
Secretary Thomas Hatton gent by one Walter Pakes Concearn-
ing some words pretended to be spoken by our said Secretary
in relation to the Roman Catholickes there, Wee doe hereby
declare that Wee are fully satisfied of the Innocency of our said
Secretary by his owne oath of Purgacon of himselfe in that
perticular lately sent vnto vs, and also by the said Letter from our
Assembly abouementioned, And doe therefore Require you, our
said Lieutennant and Councell there, (in case it be not already
don) to doe our said Secretary right against the said Pakes
according to Justice, whereby our said Secretaryes Reputation



 

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