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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, April 1666-June 1676
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Assembly Proceedings, May June 1674. 373


ffor Answr to the Last the Governr doth assure the Lower
house th? all Instructions directed from the Propriety to him
Concerning Land for the future shall be Published according
to their desires
Signed by Ordr
Ri. Boughton Clke.

U. H.
Journal
original

The Peticon of Jo. Lytchington exhibited to this house sent
to the Lower house wth the Endorsemt as followeth vizt This
house doth Conceave the Province is Obliged to Pay the Peti-
conf Lytchington the tobaccoe & moneys Recovered by him
agt Maultby because there was noe Prison Provided in this
Province for Securing Prisonrs for debt & therefore doe desire
the Lower house to Concurre wth this house in Raising the sd
20000ls of tobaccoe & 120ls Sterl by an Equall Assessm? upon
the People of the Province
Signed by ordr
Ri. Boughton Clerke.

The debate touching Billingsleys Land againe Reassumed by
the Lower house & Voted tht 2000ls of tobaccoe p annum for
5 yeares Provided the Indians stay on the Land soe long be
Paid to Billingsleys Orphans & immediatelie after the Removall
of the Indians from the sd Land this Rent to Cease & the
Indians to be turned of the sd Land at ffive yeares end Pro-
vided the Orphans & the Indians shall not agree between
themselves to the Contrarie
In Answr to the Vote of the Lower house touching the Sur-
veyor Genls fees this House doth Concurre wth the Lower
house therein
An Answr to the Last Vote touching Billingsleys Land was
retorned to the Lower house as followeth vizt This house doth
not thinke it Just nor Safe to force the Indians of from tht Land
being once permitted to take footing thereon & tht therefore
the Orphan ought to have 2000ls of tobaccoe allowed him
yearely by the Countrey till the Assembly shall thinke fitte to
Purchase the Land of the Orphan
Captaine Boreman & Major Brookes doe Signifie to this
House tht the Lower house doe Conceave their former Answr
sufficient Whereupon Resolved by this house tht noe further
notice be taken of the Votes touching the sd Billingsleys Land
The House is Adjourned till ffriday
Morning 9. of the Clock

On ffriday the 29th of May the House met
Present as on Wednesday
This house Recd from the Lower house by the hands of Mr
Dent a Paper Containing as followeth vizt A motion made

p. 30



 
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