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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, April 1684-June 1692
Volume 13, Page 208   View pdf image (33K)
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208 Assembly Proceedings, Nov. 14-Dec. 8, 1688.

Lib. W. H.

with the Lower house about Allowances. He returns and
says severall of the Members of the Lower house are indis-
posed and they stay only for that Message and so would
Mr Jones from the Lower house and says the Lower house
will Conferr with this house to Morrow Morning
This house Adjourns till to Morrow Morning 8 of the

The 8th of December 1688 The Upper house sat again

The honourable


William Joseph Esqr
Coll Henry Darnall

Coll William Digges
Clement Hill Esqr

p. 593

Mr Jones from the Lower house to tell this house that the
Lower house is ready for the Conference; and was answered
that this house is also ready.
The Speaker and Lower house come in and the Conference
1 Mr Nutters Petition Allowed 4000lb Tobacco and liberty
to make out his further Claim at the next Assembly.
2. Coll Taillers Account 1932 Suspended for the Present
till both houses are better Satisfied in it
3 Agreed being a Mistake
4 Mr Underwoods Allowance Allowed this time and for
the future no such Allowance to be
5 Deakins Door keeper Allowed 3000lbo Tobacco
6 Thomas Beale 5400 the 5000 Allowed and the 400 cut
of and that was Allowed because the Committees Sat there
and drank Drink not of the house.
5000 Allowed Mr Vansweringen for the same.
2000lb Tob. Allowed to Mr Turling 1000 to Mr Pennington
& a 1000 to Mr Mathews
Coll Tailler Allowed 2000
Allowance to the Ordinary keepers of 20 pr Ct The same
To the Clerks of both houses a 1000 a peice Extraordinary
Clement Hill goes to the Lower house with two Bills
Assented to by this house, the Reviving Bill & the Bill for
Regulating Expences in future Assemblies, He returns
Goes again to the Lower house to acquaint them that the
Deputy Governors are ready in the Upper house to receive
them with the Bills past both houses in Order to Conclude
this Sessions
He returns and says the Lower house have not yet finished
the Bill for Publick Charge.
Mr Jones from the Lower house and brings the Bill for
Explaining the Act for Secretarys fees the same read.

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