And the howse ajourned
And the howse mett againe
Vpon readeing the Act prohibiting tradeing and Gameing
with Servants the howse ordered itt to be Endorsed on the
back thereof thus (vizt)
This Act is mistaken for this howse never thought fitt to
allowe that power to any one pson to fine or sett in pillory.
But that itt ought to be done by the Proall or some County
Ordered that John Gittings Clk of this howse ingrose all
the Acts over soe soone as possibly he can.
The howse Ajourned till 9 of the
Clock in the morning
Oct. 1o 1663
Present as before
Vpon the petn of Thomas Gerrard for a Scire facias.
Ordered that a Scire facias be granted to Tho. Gerrard
according to the petn
Vpon the Complt of James Jolly that his booke of Accts is
just now stolne away.
Ordered that James Jolly make search prsently for the sd
booke & that all psons in or abt the howse now, are Comanded
not to depte the howse till Search hath been made.
Ordered also that George Reynolds vnder sherr. shall search
any pson or psons whatsoeuer as the sd James Jolly shall
appoynte for the finding of his booke againe. Att the Request
of the lower howse the Leiutennt Generall remitted a fine of
5000ll tob to Thomas Jnnis