Saturday, April 25, 1657.
Out of the Journals.
Ordered, that Colonel Hughson have leave to go into Ireland for two months.
Resolved, that the House be adjourned until Monday
morning, at eight of the clock.
Ordered, that the debate upon the papers read yesterday
be adjourned until Monday morning at eight of the clock.
The House adjourned itself accordingly (at ten).
The Committee for revising the acts and ordinances met in
the Speaker's Chamber in the morning, and appointed a Subcommittee to enumerate what acts and ordinances were fit to
be continued, &c., and to report this to the Committee.
They sat all the afternoon, and prepared their report accordingly.