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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, 1693-1697
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Assembly Proceedings, Sept. 20-Oct. 18, 1694. 109

sion aforesd to the said Sr Edmund Andros notwithstanding
Provided That nothing in this Act be taken and Construed to
Justifye Sr Edmund Andros his takeing and disposeing the
publick Revenues for the Supporte of the Governmt of this
Province or Debarr the Assembly or any person whatsoever
of their right or Claims to the same which he took.

An Act Ascerteining the Expences of the Delegates of
Assembly and Comissioners of the Provinciall & County
Courts.

Lib. L. L. 2.

For the Ascerteining Limitting and Allowing unto the
severall and respective Deputys and Delegates that serve or
shall serve in the Generall Assemblys of this Province and of
the severall and respective Comissioners of the Provinciall and
County Courts of this Province such Sume and Sums of
Tobbacco as is hereby thought necessary and Sufficient for the
Defraying their Charges in Attending such Assemblys and
Courts as aforesaid
Be it Enacted by the King and Queens most Excellt Maties
by and with the Advice and Consent of this present Generall
Assembly and the Authority of the same That all such Dele-
gates & Burgesses of Assembly shall be allowed the Sume of
one hundred and fourty pounds of Tobbacco a Day dureing
the time they shall Attend such Assemblys and no more
(beside theire Itinerent Charges) to be paid and Allowed them
out of the Publick Leavys of this Province And the Severall
and respective Comissioners of the Provinciall Courts for the
Defraying their Charges & Expences dureing the time they
shall sitt in and Attend such Courts the Sume of one hundred
and fourty pounds of Tobbacco p Day and no more beside
their Itinerant Charges to be paid them likewise out of the
publick leavy of this Province as aforesd and the Severall
Comrs of the County Courts shall be Allowed for the Defray-
ing of their Expences dureing the time they shall attend such
Courts as aforesaid the sume of Eighty pounds of Tobbacco
per Day and no more which sume of Eighty pounds of
Tobbacco as aforesaid the said Comrs of the County Courts are
hereby Impowered to Assess and leavy where such Comis-

p. 67

sioners shall serve as aforesaid for Defraying the Expences
aforesd and no more Provided allways and it is the true intent
and meaning of this Act That where any Justices of any
County Court being a full Court or above the number of
Seaven shall agree together in Court Sitting and Consent to
lessen any Allowance hereby Given or if it be to take the same
Totally off, it shall and may be Lawfull to such full Court to
lessen and take off any part of the Allowance hereby given
and settled to the Comissioners of the said County Courts and

p. 68



 
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