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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly January 1637/8-September 1664
Volume 1, Page 180   View pdf image (33K)
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180 Assembly Proceedings, September 1642.

Liber M C

Richard Duke
John Wyatt
Joseph Cadell
Walter Broadhurst
Robert Edwards
John Langworth

Appeared by their Proxie
Capt Cornwaleys

Mr Thomas Gerard appeared by his Proxie Mr Secretary

the fine of 50l tobacco laid by Lt General upon
William Brough
Thomas Boys
John Bushett
John Nevill

P. 269

Then was read the Bill for support of the Lord Proprietary
and denied by the Governor till the Clause of Endurance for
three years were annexed likewise by Mr Secretary passed by
all the rest of the house
Governor refused to enact it

And in like manner was done for the nineteen Bills next fol-

The bill for the Serjeants of the trained Band was denied
by the Captain by Mr Brent Mr Greene Nicholas Hervy Francis
Posie & John Medley for themselves & their Proxies Passed
by all the rest
the 21, 22, 23 Passed by all but the Governor and Mr Lang-
ford refused to be enacted by the Govr
the 24 For the expedition denied by all except Governor
Secretary Mr Binks Nicholas Cosin Thos Hebden & Mr
Weston & Mr Surveyor and likewise the 25

Then was read the accompt of John Hallowes and Ordered
by the house that he should be allowed 1000l tobacco and
Henry Hooper the drummer 100l tobacco and that these sums
should be assessed 2 shares of it upon Saint Marys County
and 1 upon Kent the assessment of the hundreds in Saint
Marys to be by L G & Council and in Kent by the Com-
mander & Commissioners the Sheriff to Collect it and have
after the rate of 10l p Centum of the sum collected

Then was read the Protest of some of the house against his
Lordships Power of Adjournment of Assemblies

P. 270

Then was read another protest of the same men, touching
the departure of Inhabitants out of the Province without leave
and the Lieut General Consented that this should be entered
for his answer instead of the former touching that point that
he declareth it to be the Common right of all inhabitants to


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