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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly January 1637/8-September 1664
Volume 1, Page 561   View pdf image (33K)
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Adjournment, 284.
Articles of peace with the Susquehannas,
523. 526.
Assembly and burgesses' expenses, assess-
ments for, 142, 143, 144, 145, 146.
Assembly, charges of, 231, 237, 282, 284.
Assembly, house of, repair of, 522.
Assembly not to be prorogued or ad-
journed except by and with the consent
of the house, 117, 180.
Assembly of February 1634/5, act of
cited, 23.
Assembly, proclamations calling a General,
167, 201, 202, 213, 259, 395.
Assembly, proclamation proroguing the,
113, 396,425.
Assembly to be divided into two Houses,
Assembly, warrant to freemen to attend
the, 8.
Assembly, warrant calling a General, 1,
27, 87, 114, 115, 127, 369, 381, 382.
Assembly, warrant to hold a General, 459,

Assembly's letters to Cecilius, Lord Balti-
more, 238, 321.
Assessments for Assembly and burgesses'
expenses, 142, 143, 144, 145, 146.


Brent, Mrs. Margaret, request to have a
vote and voice in the House, 215.
Burgesses elected, a return of, 28, 29, 88,
89, 104, 105, 128, 129, 260, 382, 396.
Burgesses' expenses — see Assembly and
burgesses' expenses.
Burgesses' oath, 261, 274.
Burgesses' oath, debate on, 275, 276.
Burgesses' protest against the laws of
1646, 220.
Burgesses sent for by Upper House, 279,

Case of Mrs. Margaret Brent vs. Thomas
Gerrard, 225.

Case of Capt. Cornwaleys vs. Thos. Mor-
ris, 37.
Wm. Edisse and John Rosier vs.
estate of Thos. Weston, 228,
Mrs. Gertrude James vs. Capt.
Evelin, 37.
Richard Loe vs. Reinold Fleete,

Edward Packer vs. John Hatch,
Edward Packer vs. John Rich-
ardson, 35.
Snowe vs. Gerrard, 527, 528, 529,

Soldiers vs. Mrs. Marg't Brent,
Wm. Stone vs. Thos.Weston, 230.
Champerty, 121.
Chancellor dissolved the House, 441.
gives reasons for calling the
Assembly, 460.
Chancery proceedings, Snowe vs. Gerrard,

Clergy, Thos. Smith demands his, 17.
Clerk of the House elected, 261.
to subscribe to the
book of laws as all
the laws in force,
Clerk of Upper House, 427.
Clerk to draw up report on the body of
laws, 275.
Clerk's fees, 93.
oath, 262, 427.
pay for transcribing the laws, 484.
Commission, produced and read, 9.
Committee on Assembly and burgesses'
expenses, 142, 229.
of the whole, 400, 405.
to prepare laws and orders,
279, 280, 281.
Confirmation of the laws, 384, 385, 386,

Contempt, Thomas Adams censured for,
Council, warrant to the, to attend the As-
sembly, 87, 88, 103, 114, 128.


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