Maior Thomas Brooke for the Regulating the Ordinarys Ac-
count: They being now One out of Euery County.
Was read the Petn of John Nutthall, in breife saying, That
hee is not satisfyed, wth the summe allowed him from this
howse of 2000! Tob hee Allowing those Indians once a day
wth flesh And therefore prays for his whole sume in his Acct
Vnder wch Petn is thus.
Ordered that this Pet" bee sent to the Lower howse
red. to consider thereof. John
Vppon Reassumption of the sd Petn Vpper howse, &
Putt to the Vote. This iudge tht they ought not to
Ordered tht Mr Willm Coursey prsent
Willm Caluert Esqr came from the haue it from under
the Clerks hand Mr Speaker answered him that the
cient warrt for him. But hee
The speaker appoynted mittee, willing them to pro-
ceed if tht Willm Caluert Esqr would will take
notice of his refusall, of theirs allso.
Who returnes & Certifyes Committee had allmost
finished tht busines, well
Vppon Debate againe of the Ordinarys Acct This Howse is
willing to allow Willm Smyth his Acct, wch hee hath charged
the Burgesses this Assembly for Liquors: As Wine, Rumme,
Brandy, Punch, & Liminade made wth Wine. But tht wch hee
calls Liminade wthout strong drinke they will allow only 25l pr
gallon. And as to their Dyett & Lodging they will allow what
they iustly may be charged wth all, & noe more.
The howse adiornes for an howre.
The howse mett againe.
The Committee came into the howse & make report That
they thinke good to allow the Ordinary Accts, as they are
charged, only that wch they haue not had, they will not allow.
And the Vote of this howse being read to the Committee, iust
before the Adiormt, They agree thereto, As to the Liminade.
The Committees Report agreeing therewth, only in the Limi-
Willm Smyth being sent for into the howse. The Speaker
tify the Accounts according to the Order of this
Liminade, dyett, & lodgings. And prsent them to to
ber of the howse. Whither it bee ne- Cessaon
bee Voted over againe in this
[One line missing]