Then came from the lower howse Capt Thomas Stockett
with the Acts which were sent to the lower howse with
amendmts with the lower howse their Assent therevnto.
Then came Capt Nicholas Gwyther from the lower howse
with an Act intituled an Act for preservacon of the Articles
made with the Sasquesahannoughs which was read and amended
and sent to the lower howse for their Consideracon.
Then the Sherriff returnd his writt agt Mr Thomas Gerrard
ad audiendum Errores inter Causa Marmaduke Snowe pit and
the sd Tho: Gerrard deft (Executed)
Then Mr Thomas Gerrard made his appearance according to
his tyme appoynted in the warrt
And the howse ajourned till
Munday morn. 9 of the Clock
Munday 19th Sept 1664
Present Charles Calvert Esqr Leiutennt Generll Philip Calvert
Esqr deputy Leivtennt & Chancellor Jerome White Henry Cour-
sey Baker Brooke Ed Lloyd Coll Wm Evans and Nath Vty
Then was calld Mr Snowe and Mr Gerrard who made their
Then was read the petn of Marmaduke Snowe and his Errors
after which Thomas Notley the Attorney of the sd Gerrard
desired a coppy of the petn and Errors and tyme till to morrow
morn, to putt in his answere.
whereupon Itt is ordered that a Coppy of the petn and
Errors be given to the deft and that he have clay to give in his
answere till to morrow morn 9 of the Clock.