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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, April 1666-June 1676
Volume 2, Page 347   View pdf image
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Assembly Proceedings, May — June 1674. 347

touching ordinary Keepers Jnneholders Alehouse Keepers or
Keepers of Tipling houses
Signed by Ordr
Robt Ridgeley Clerke

Jn Answr to wch Votes This House Prepared the Messages
following vizt His Excelency the Captaine Genll takeing into

U. H.

his Serious consideracon the Vote & desire of the Lower
House touching Licenses to be graunted to Rangers doth
hereby give Assurance tht noe License shall be graunted to any
Rangers for the future without good Security for Indemnifieing
any Person agt his unlawfull [Hun]ting & Ranging
Signed by ordr
Ri Boughton [Clk.]

His Excelency the Captaine Genll hath Considered of the
[Message] sent to him from the Lower house touching Licenses
to [be Gran] ted to Ordinary Keepers & doth Likewise Assure
[them for] the future tht noe Licenses shall be graunted to
[any Person] within this Province to keep ordinarie but care
[shall be] taken tht the Condicons & Reservacons desired by
the [Lower] House in their sd Message shall be inserted in
each [Recognizance to be given by each Respective Ordinarie
keeper upon takeing his License And Moreover tht noe Per-
son shall obtaine a License from his Excelency but such as by
foure or more of his Lordships Commissionrs or Justices [in]
each Respective County shall be Judged to be meet for such
an Employmt & thereof shall graunt a Certificate under their
Signed by ordr
Richard Boughton Clerke

The House is Adjourned till 2 of the
Clock in the Afternoone

The House met again Present as in the Morning wth Mr
Truman & Mr Taylor

The House Adjourned till to Morrow Morning
9 of the Clock.

Thursday 21th of May the House met
Present as yesterday except Mr Truman

Voted tht a Message be Sent to the members of the Lower
House to Know of them if they will Concurre wth the Upper
house in drawing up a List of such Lawes of England as are
hecessarie for his Lops Judges & Justices of the Proal1 Ct to

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