L. H. Journal
ught in only Charged in the whole at fift
if it were for the armes of the County,
my Lords Armes, Jt is humbly conceived that
County ought likewise to beare it (or his
to be considered what effect such an
esident for the future now wee have a
to President for the future as to the
er & Examining the publique account
doe ring in very greate Sumes for the
Expen other messengrs & meane psons Employd
wse have allowed wt they have thought fit for
this the honoble the Gournor & upp howse that such pson
may have a allary for the future, & mainteine themselves,
and that none of their Expences wtsoever may be allowed by
the publique hereafter
Sent to the upp howse by Mr Scot & Mr Peerce they
Came the Chancelor Survr Genrall Coll Coursey & Major
Rozer with the Act for Admcons without oath, and the Act
of Parham about intestates estates and declare to this howse
that the upp howse will not assent to the Administring without
oath. They Retorne.
Came C ursey & Major Rozer with this pap.
Gentlemen. de prsent of 20000l of Tob: is most
acceptable wth me and that in rd it came unlooked for,
and since J am apt to beleeve it came from ordially,
and out of a true Respect unto my pson, J shall put a Hue
upon the guift then its intrinsical vallew eth, the
have done had the prsent beene smaller being derived from
the of yor love. My humble thankes J pray let be
Recorded in yor J shall ever love & serve
you to my power.
To the honoble Mr Speaker Yor Reall frend and Servant
Lower howse to be comunic Thomas Notley.
whole howse Novemb 1
Upp howse November the 13th 1678.
This howse readily concurre with the Lower howse in the