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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly January 1637/8-September 1664
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118 Assembly Proceedings, March 1641/2.

Liber M C

John Cockshott David Wickliff
Nicholas Keyton Thomas Baldridge
John Prettiman Randell Rebell
Francis Posir John Halfhead
Philip Conner John Hamton
Jno Robinson barber John Weywill
Mr Greene George Pye
Mr Gerard Richard Duke
Mr Snow Henry Wiseman
Mr Bretton Nathan Pope
Cyprian Thorowgood Walter Beame
John Medley Joseph Edlo

p. 174

Isaac Edwards Richard Garnett Senr
Thos Davis James Johnson
Nicholas Cossin Thos Hebden
John Harwood Henry Lee
John Nevill Angatt Baker
John Worthy Henry Bishop
Mr Lodington Wrilliam Basiter
William Asiter

John Worthy exhibited his Proxy for Richd Nevill Richard
Hills, William Broughe, Edward Simpson, Thomas Bushell,
John Hatch, John Thompson, John Medley, Simon Richardson,
John Mansell
Mr Lodington and Mr Thompson were admitted for the
Proxys of all the Inhabitants of Kent

A Petition of John Medley referred by the house to Captain
Cornwaleys Mr Giles Brent Mr Fulk Brent, Mr Lewger, Mr
Langford, Mr Greene, Mr Gerard Mr Lodington or any five of
them they to determine the petition in the afternoon, and
report to the house to morrow morning
Then was read the Bill for Granting of a Subsidy to his
Lordship and voted for the ingrossment no one Contradict-
ing it
Then was read the Bill for the expedition agt the Indians
and voted by the Greater part that it was not to be left en-
trusted to the discretion of the Lieutent General and Council
Then was read the Bill for ordeining certain Laws & Respited
till afternoone

p. 175

Then was read the Bill for Causes testamentary as it is re-
corded 12th August 1641
Then the Bill for the plenty of Corn

Then was the house adjournd by Consent till 2 of the Clock
afternoon

Richard Garnett appointed for his Proxy Mr Thos Greene



 
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