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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, April 1666-June 1676
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Assembly Proceedings, May June 1676. 513

of Attainder agt Major Truman implyes tht they were to Con-
sider not onely of his Crime but his punnishmt alsoe and there-
fore desire tht his Lordship would be pleased to send an
answer of this house's peticon to his Lordship in behalf of
the Said Truman and to passe This bill of Attainder as it is
drawne in this house This house Conceaveing tht it is theire
Undoubted priviledge not onely to Consider of his Crime but
Signed &c

The house is adjowrned till 10 a Clock
Tomorrow Morning

U. H.

On Tuesday the 13 of June
The House met

Present The Rt Honoble The Ld proprietary The Honoble
Chancellour Secretary and Surveyr Genll Coll Samll Chew
Coll Jesse Wharton Lievetent Coll Thomas Taillor
Vpon Consideracon had of the list of the Lawes Sent from
the Lower house The upper house doe Vote tht a Law be
drawne up for reviveing all those Temporarie Lawes tht were
Revived the last Assembly, Unlesse by Some new Law made
this Assembly any of them be made voyd And tht the rest of
the Lawes be left to the Consideracon of those Delegates and
the Councill tht Shall be Called downe to meet the Councell to
lay the Leavie the first Munday in October next That Soe
they may be Ready for his Lordships Consideracon at his Re-
torne from England

p. 50

His Lordship informeth the Lower house tht upon Capt
Allens first goeing out to Range according to the Comission
Sent him his Lop did give him encouragemt to beleive that the
Assembly would allow his men 30l Tob p day And his Lord-
ship hopes the Lower house will thinke the Said allowance
To be noe more then Reasonable for what is past and tht they
will Continue the Said allowance till the next fall dureing
which time his Lop and the upper house doe think there will
be a Necessity for the Said Capt Allens Rangeing
His Lordship doth give notice to both houses That he pur-
poseth to break up the prsent Session On Thursday next
This House is resolved into a Comittee to Joyne with a
Comittee of the Lower house for Inspection of the Lawes, and
to advise of the Repeale or Continuance of the said Lawes

The house is adjourned till tomorrow
Morning at 10 of the Clock

p. 51

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