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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly January 1637/8-September 1664
Volume 1, Page 532   View pdf image (33K)
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532 Assembly Proceedings, September 1664.

U. H.

Wednesday 21 Present as yesterday

The depn of Nicholas Gwyther aged 39 yeares or thereabouts
sworne before the Governor and Councell this 21th Sept 1664
sayth That in Company with severall other persons drinking

p. 221

of some burnt Brandy, Mr Bretton was tolde that in an order
of Court in a cause depending betweene Marmaduke Snowe
and My Thomas Gerrard he had entred the word Arbitracon
which should be as they say (Judgement) vpon which the sd
Bretton replyed that att my Lords howse the Councell did sett
vp vntill two of the Clock in the morning abt Mr Gerrards
business, and that the Chancellor & Secretary did then dictate
vnto him what should be entred in the same order and he did
accordingly enter the same therefore noe faulte in him &
further sayth not
Nicholas Gwyther
Sworne in open Assembly
John: Gittings Clre:

The depn of Daniell Jenifer aged 27 yeares or thereabouts
sworne att the same tyme sayth The same verbatim as is
sworne by Capt Nicholas Gwyther aboue menconed
Dan: Jenifer.

Wherevpon Wm Bretton was sent for into the Vpper howse
to answere the Slaunder of the Chancellor and Secretary in
the depn above menconed who did in open Assembly Confess
that he lyed when he reported what is contained in the depns
aboue sd Concerning the Chancellor and Secretary aforesd

Then was sent in an Act touching the Burgesses Expences
and other publick debts to the lower howse.
Then was the act returnd from the lower howse with their
Assent voted that itt should be faire ingrosed

After which both howses meeteing in the vpper howse The
Acts faire ingrosed were read over and signed by the Clks of
either howse respectively. And his lops assent declared by the
Leivtennt Generall in these words
The Lord Propr willeth that these be lawes
and signed Charles Calvert

p. 222

And then the Chancellor by order from the Leivtennt Gen-
erall declared the Assembly dissolved
John Gittings

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