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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, April 1684-June 1692
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206 Assembly Proceedings, Nov. 14-Dec. 8, 1688.

Lib, W. H.

6 That John Bouye having been Cl of the Committee
appointed for Reparations be Allowed over and above what
the Committee hath Allowed him 800olb of Tobacco
7th. That the Clerk of this house being Employed by this
house upon some Speciall Occasion more than doth belong
to the Duty of his Place particularly to write out a fair Journall
of the first weeks proceedings of this Assembly and deliver to
the Speaker of this house be Allowed for the same One thou-
sand pounds of Tobacco more than what the Committee have
Allowed him
To all which the Concurrence of the Upper house is required
that the Bill for Assesment of the Publick charge may be
drawn up.
Signed pr Order of the Lower house William Dent Clk.

Upper house Assembly 7 December 1688.
In answer to the Message of yesterday from the Lower
house of 7 Articles relating to the Report from the Committee
of Accounts And to the
1 This house say they have enquired of their Members of
that Committee concerning the Allowance to Mrs Baker and
are Satisfied the same is Just. And to the
2 Concerning the Allowance made to Joshua Doyne Gent
this house do Concurr with the Lower house in Allowing but
5000lb Tobacco to the said Joshua Doyne for his Attendance
And to the
3 This house do consent to Allow Mr Turling 2000lb of
Tobacco as they also Concurr to Allow 1000lb of Tobacco to
Mr Matthews, But this House desire that 1000lb of Tobacco
may also be Allowed to Mr Pennington who did not only
Preach to, but pray for the Assembly in General so that the
Allowance both to Mr Pennington and Mr Mathews is to
them two no more than to Mr Turling alone
4 And to the fourth This house doth not think it reason-
able to Charge the Publick with any Charge for Entertain-
ment at houses who do not keep Publick Ordinarys and there-
fore cannot Allow the Same
5 And to the 5th This house do not think fitt to Allow any
Ordinary keeper more than what the Law directs
6 And to the 6th This house do Concurr to Allow the said
Clerk Bouye as the Lower house have Agreed it.
7. To the 7th This house do Concurr with this Provisoe
that the same be allowed to the Clerk of the Upper house who
takes the same Pains.
To all which this house desire the Concurrence of the Lower
house.
Signed pr Order Thomas Grunwin Cl of Assembly.



 
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