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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly January 1637/8-September 1664
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Assembly Proceedings, March 1641/2. 121


Touching the petition of John Wheatly against Thomas
Cornwaleys the Committee reported to the house they found
not that Captain Thomas Cornwaleys hath refused to find the
petitioner and his wife with the necessarys which he was bound
unto and the house approved thereof

Touching the petition of Robert Nicholls and John Hampto
the Committee reported that they thought fit to leave the
petitioners to the Ordinary course of Law and the house
approved the same

Touching the petition of Thomas Morris to be relieved
against Richard Thompson the Committee reported that they
found Richard Thompson Guilty of that which is Champerty
by the Law of England but not such as is Criminall here and
that there is no sufficient matter alledged why the Petitioner
should be relieved or Richard Thompson fined and the house
approved the same

Liber M C

John Weywill made his Proxy Captain Thos Cornwaleys

Then was read the Bill for Ordaining certain Laws for the
Government and it was passed by all and then enacted by the
Lieutenant General in his Lordships name

Then was read the Bill against Fugitives and was first voted
and then passed by all the house & then enacted by the Lieut
tenant General in his Lordships name

Then it was voted and passed by the house that to those
words in the act touching Laws on the 12th of November next
should be added these words [unless some Assembly be sooner
called] and the addition was enacted by the Lieutenant Gen-
erall in his Lordships name

The former Committee was appointed to assess for the
Clerks fees and all other Persons charges repairing to the
Assembly by the appointment of others

Then was read a Bill to prohibite the exportation of deere
Skins to the end they might be dressed in the Country but
because the Leather dresser could not undertake to take of all
the deere skins of the Country till he had Provision of tallow
&ca out of England it was respited till next Assembly

Another Assembly was appointed to begin on the first of
June next

Then the Lieut General dissolved the house

p. 179



 
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