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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly January 1637/8-September 1664
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Assembly Proceedings, April 1662. 439


Then was read an Act concerning payment of Mony &
Bullion brought into this Province. To which the house
Assented & ordered it to be fair written & sent to the Lower
House.

Then was read an Act for Encouragement of sowing English
Grain, to which the House Assented & ordered it to be fair
written & sent to the Lower house

Then was read an Explanation of that Clause in an Act
made by Capt Willm Stone the 21st April 1649 touching Hogs
& marking of Cattle As also an Additional Act touching Hog
Stealers &c Both which the House Assented unto & ordered
them to be fair Written & sent to the Lower House

Upon reading the Act concerning Burgesses' time & Charge
Voted that the Lower House be desired to Come to this House
to a Conference before they proceed to Sessions
Upon the Return of the Act from the Lower House con-
cerning the Burgesses time & Charge & of that other Act
propounded for the Councellours Charge in the Upper House
The Sense of the Upper House is that if both Houses think
it unfit (& doubtless It is that any Person should serve the
publick Gratis, that we do both join in making an Act provid-
ing for the Burgesse's fee or Sallary for the future as also for
the Councellours & Commissioners' Allowance or Sallary and
that for the present Charge of the Burgesses in this Assembly
that the Ordinary Keepers' Charge & no more be allowed
them & that the Clerk Messenger & Door Keepers of both
Houses be paid by the publick Levy and that this be sent
to the Lower House as an Answer to that Act.
The Lower House are desired in drawing up the Act to
give the same Fee to the Clerk of the Upper House & door
Keeper as they give their own
John Gittings Clk

Then Came the Lower House & returned the afd Paper
Endorsed Viz. As to this Paper the Vote of this whole House
Nemine Contradicente that they cannot assent thereto.
Wm Bretton Clk.

Whereas this day was appointed the day of Sessions, the
day drawing now to an End, It is ordered that the Lower

U. H.
Journal
1659-99

House be sent to know whither they have yet any thing of
Moment to offer to this House that We may either prorogue
the day of Sessions or proceed immediately to Conclude the
Sessions
John Gittings Clk

p. 34



 
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