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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly January 1637/8-September 1664
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Assembly Proceedings , September 1642. 179


12th September 1642
In the afternoon
Assembled as afore
Mr Brent exhibited a Protestation in the name of the house

Liber M C

touching certain Liberties but it was Refused to be admitted
till the names of the parties were to it whom it pretended to
personate
Then it was put to the question for what time the Bills
should be made to endure
And that they should endure for three years or else to the
next meeting of Assembly if an Assembly be within that time
was voted by the Governor Mr Secretary, Mr Surveyor Mr
Binks Thomas Hebden & Mr Weston for themselves and
Proxies
That they should endure for three years certain voted by
Captain Cornwaleys Mr Brent Mr Greene Nicho Hervey
Randoll Rebell, Jo: Medley Francis Posie and Nicholas Cosin
for themselves and their Proxies

Then by appointment of the Governor was read the Bill for
the expedition and that it should be Engrossed was voted by
the Governor Secretary Surveyor Mr Westort Thomas Hebden
Mr Binks and Francis Posie that it should not was voted by
the Captain Mr Brent Mr Greene Nicholas Hervey Randoll
Rebell John Medley and Nicholas Cosin for themselves and
their Proxies

Then were all the Bills read again and all of them including
the bill for the expedition were voted to be engrossed nemine
contradicente except the Bill for Officers
Which was voted to be engrossed by the Governor Secretary

p. 267

Surveyor Mr Weston Thos Hebden Nicholas Cosin John Med-
ley and Mr Binks & Proxies
Not to be engrossed by Captain Cornwaleys, Mr Brent Mr
Greene Nicholas Hervy and Francis Posie for themselves and
Proxies

Then was the house adjournd by the Lieut General till the
third Beating of the drum next morning

13 September 1642
morning

Assembled as last afore except Randoll Rebell who appeared
by his Proxie Captain Cornwaleys
Nicholas Cossin upon his motion was excused of the fine
of 20l tobacco

p. 268



 
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