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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly January 1637/8-September 1664
Volume 1, Page 524   View pdf image (33K)
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524 Assembly Proceedings, September 1664.

U. H.

1 This howse doth Conceive that since they doe not intend
to give the Governor power to press the ten men in their
paper mentioned they haue not att all provided for or att leaste
not sufficiently provided for the performance of the Articles
aforesd since Itt is not in his power to promise ayd certaine but
att the will of persons to be imployed

p. 211

2 The Intencon of this howse being only to move the lower
howse to the securing the performance of the Articles with the
Sasquesahanoughs in order to the security of the Province and
people thereof in Generall from the Incursions of our Enemies
they do not conceave that they have sufficiently provided for
the end Aymed att in providing soe slender A number of
men though att soe greate an Expence as those ten men may
prove they only being able to induce the Sasqsahanoughs to
employ as small a number in securing the head of all the
Rivers on the westerne and Easterne shoare.
Wherefore this howse doth once more desire the lower
howse to resume the debate & lay the Common security to
heart and sufficiently provide for itt
John Gittings Clre.

The howse Ajourned till Afternoon

The howse mett againe as before
with Mr White

Then came a Messenger from the lower howse with this
following paper as answere to the paper above sd (vizt)

Sept 17th 1664

In answere to the paper sent downe from the Vpper howse
This howse sayth that they allowed soe greate wages for the
Encouragemt of Volunteers that they doe presume the Gover-
not may have them vpon all occasions & consequently may
promise Ayd
William Bretton Clk

The Vpper howse desires the lower howse to drawe vp the
first proposalls into an Act
John Gittings Clre

p. 212

Then was read an Act Concerning the Secretry and Addicon
to his fees and putt to the vote whether itt pass or not

Coll Vty to pass
Coll Evans to pass
Mr Lloyd to pass
Mr Brooke to pass
Mr Whyte to pass
The Governor to pass

Mr Coursey not to pass
The Chancellor not to pass

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