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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly January 1637/8-September 1664
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530 Assembly Proceedings^ September 1664.

U. H.
Journal
1659-69

Then was taken into Consideracon the second Error (vizt)
the power of the Chancellor and his dissent, and waved

Then was taken into consideracon the third and last Error

Voted Error

And resolved first by what appeareth vpon Record the
ground of the dismission Snowes Cause XXIth of ffebruary
was the testimony of Thomas Manning Hugh Stanley Wm
Hollinsworth Richard Moore ffrancis Jackson & omnes reliqui
as the Record sayth and the letters of adcon of Justinean Snowes
and the Quietus est therevpon granted
secondly that the Quietus est being found vpon better view
of the Record of testamentary causes to beare date the first of
Aprill 1640 could not possibly be in Justice construed to dis-
charge a debt accknowledged 19th June 1640 which was neere
three moneths after.
Thirdly that a Recognizance vpon Record can not be
avoyded but by sattisfaccon vpon record
ffourthly that although the Clk hath by misvnderstanding
vsed the word Arbitracon the Court did not sitt as Arbitrators

p. 219

but as Judges as appeares by the words following vizt & de-
sires Judgement of the board vpon ffryday 20th ffebruary And
did therefore Sattirday 21 of ffebruary judicially order the
dismission of the Cause as apeares by the words Court
thought fitt and ordered &c.

Then came this following paper from the lower howse (vizt.)
Tuesday 20th Sept. 1664.

Capt Thomas Stockett informeth the howse that there is a
certaine Cinigo Indian Prisoner in their County the Charge of
whose imprisonmt will be greate when itt is brought in not
knowing how long he may Continue Prisoner there. This
howse humbly requestedh the Vpper howse to Consider of itt
To the End the future Charge concerning that Indian be
prvented.
Wm Bretton Clk.

The Vpper howse will take care that the Prisonr shall be
sent for downe to St Marys to avoyd Charge
John Gittings Clre.

Then came a Member from the lower howse with the Act

for prservacon of Articles with the Sasquehanough Indians,
vpon which was Endorsed and returned to the lower howse
this (vizt)



 
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