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List of Thomas Barber, 1692 Apr. 25.

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Preachrs or Teachrs: I neither know neithr am Informed of any such [Meeting] in [York] County since ye time of my shrevalty

yt Smyths fix ye Soldiers Armes wanting Repaire & bring the Accts to ye next Assembly

yt psons Comiting ofences yt are to be tryed for their Lives & Cannot be brought to ye 4th Day of yt Court May be brought any time Dureing ye sitting of ye Genrll Court or Assembly & tryed by A Court of Oyer & Terminer to be signed by ye Govr for yt purpose

yt all psons yt have served in their Majties or ye Countreyes service make their Claimes Apeare at ye next County Court in ordr for Allowance To ye Next Assembly:

Janury ye 28th 1691. It is ordrd yt Indians Reporting News to Allarme ye Countrey ye [Justices] sherfs & Malitia oficers in their psincts [precincts] are to Cause ym [to] be Taken into Custody untell ye Truth Apeare Which if true to be well Rewarded if false to be punisht According to Law ye Interpreters to give ye Indians Notice thereof

A Proclamation of ye 8th of [illegible] 1691 To pvent seamen & Mariners Leaveing Their Ships &c

1692: One ordr of ye 15th of Aprill Giveing Liberty to five ships to Depart ye Countrey by ye 10th of May Next

I have Alsoe Recd one proclamation for A Day of Thanks giveing Apointing ye 28th of Aprill to be kept Throughout ye Collony which is now in Excecuteing Aprill ye 19th 1692

Tho: Barbar Sher: York: County

[crosswise in left margin] Yorke Sherff Publick Red Apr 1692

[very faint writing] April 25th No. 140