Lower house December the yth 1688.
This house do still say as in the former Message that the
matter Contained in the Bill Regulating future Assemblies
requires more Consideration than can be now Afforded, and
therefore do Recommend the same to the Consideration of
the next Assembly and in the mean time desire the same may
rest as pr Vote of both houses
Signed pr Order of the Lower house William Dent Clk.
William Gwythers Petition read and Rejected
Captain Peirce's Petition read and Rejected
The Petition of Best and Gambell read and Rejected
Mr Doynes Petition about the Charge of Prisoners read and
referred to the Consideration of the next Assembly.
Sarah Vanhecks Petition read being in way of Complaint
that the said Sarah was a Protestant and now brought up
amongst Catholicks and sent to the Lower house with this
Upper house 7th December 1688.
This house desire that those person or persons that in the
Name or on the Behalf of the said Sarah would Appear in this
house that this house may the better be Satisfied in the
Signed pr Order Tho: Grunwin Cl of Assembly
Mr Dare for the Bill relating to the Reparations, and Bishops
Bill & brings this Message Vizt
Lower house 7th December 1688
This house do Concurr to Rectifie and fair Transcribe the
Reviving Bill and will send the Same to the honourable Upper
Signed pr Order of the Lower house William Dent Cl.
Mr Stone with the Bill against Exportation of Wooll and
old Iron, and to know if the Upper house have further
to Night, The President says they will send presently.
The Bill against Exportation of Wooll and old Iron read
and assented unto by this house.
Bishops Bill sent to the Lower house not assented to
Joshua Doynes Petition Sent
The Bill for Reparation of the State house Assented Sent
also all the above Matters sent by Major Sewall, and to tell
the Lower house this house are willing presently to Conferr