DIE Martis, 21 die Januarii.
PRAYERS, by Dr. Temple.
Ds. Grey de Warke, Speaker.
L. Viscount Say & Seale.
Jennings and Dawes.
(fn. *) The Counsel on both Sides, between Sir Thomas
Dawes and Mr. Jennings, in Behalf of Mr. Latch,
were heard this Day at this Bar, concerning the Five
Bonds of Ten Thousand Pounds, whether they were in
Trust or real Debts; and concerning the Accompts between Sir Abraham Dawes and Mr. Latch.
And it is Ordered, That Mr. Justice shall
state the Business, and present the same to this House
Monsieur De La Salle to see the Letters from France.
Ordered, That Monsieur De La Salles may have a
Sight of those Letters which are in the Hands of the
Clerk of the Parliament, and make Use of such as are
(fn. †) about Business; and, after Sight of them, are to be
sealed up, and remain in the Custody of the Clerk of
the Parliament, until this House gives further Direction;
and Copies may be taken of them by Mr. La Salles.
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