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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly January 1637/8-September 1664
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440 Assembly Proceedings, April 1662.

U. H.

Journal
1659-99

Then came from the Lower House the following Act

An Act for the Burgesses Attendance and Charge

Be it Enacted by the Lord Proprietary with the Consent of
this present Generall Assembly that each respective County
shall this next Ensuing Crop satisfy their respective Burgesses
Charges & Attendance for this Assembly, & that Mrs Hannah
Lee be paid out of the publick Levy one thousand pounds of
Tobo and John Shanks be paid likewise out of the publick
Levy 300 pounds of Tobacco & also to proceed immediately
to Conclude the Sessions
Wm Bretton Clk.

The Sense of the House is they cannot Conceive of any
other Way whereby they may be satisfyed
Wm Bretton Clk.

U. H.
Journal
1659-69
p. 135

And in this, This howse thought not fitt to Complye with
them John Gittings Clre:

Voted that the Speaker be sent too to conclude the Sessions

An Acte for the Burgesses
Expences

Be it Enacted by the Lord Proprietary by and with the Con-
sent of this prsent Generall Assembly that every County shall
sattisfye vnto their respective Burgesses all their necessary
Expence this Assembly for meate drinke and Lodgeing for
themselves and all charges of boate and hands att this next
ensueing Crop as also one thousand pounds of tobacco to
Hannah Lee Widd. for howse roome. And that John Shancks
be payd three hundred pounds of tobacco And that Mr William
Bretton have two thousand pounds of tobacco and Mr John
Gittings one thousand pounds of tobacco and five hundred
pounds of tobacco to John Metcalfe Doore Keeper

Ordered that this paper be sent to the Lower howse for
their Concurrence in itt And that Mr Lloyd who carrys itt
desire them to Conferr this with their owne paper, and see
whether their request be not answered in Terminis and that they
Signifye their Assent or disassent with speed that the Sun may
not sett before wee conclude the Sessions

Then came the Speaker and Members of the Lower howse
to giue their Assent to the said Acte and to Conclude the
Sessions


 

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