Acts and Ordinances of the Interregnum, 1642-1660. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1911.
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Be it Ordained by His Highness the Lord Protector by and with the advice and consent of his Council, That an Act of Parlament, entituled An Act impowring several Commissioners to put in execution all and every the Powers and Authorities heretofore given to the Commissioners for Compounding with Delinquents, and for managing all estates under Sequestration; And to the Committee for Advance of Money, formerly sitting at Haberdashers Hall, bee, and is hereby continued, and shall stand, bee, and continue in force until the first day of February 1653. And that Samuel Moyer, Josias Berners, Richard Moore, John Upton, Edward Cary, and Rice Williams Esqrs; or any four of them bee hereby empowred and authorized to put in execution the said Act, and all and every the Powers and Authorities in and by the said Act given, and every Clause, Article and thing therein contained. And bee it further Ordained by the Authoritie aforesaid, That one Act of Parliament, entituled, An Act for Transferring the Powers of the Commissioners for Indempnitie, bee, and is hereby continued, and shall stand, bee, and continue in full force, untill the said first day of February, 1653. And that the Commissioners herein named, or any four or more of them, bee hereby impowred and authorized to put in execution the said last mentioned Act, and all and every the Powers and Authorities in and by the same Act given, and every Clause and Thing therein contained.