August 1644: An Ordinance to amend the late Ordinance for the establishing of a Court Martiall.

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Acts and Ordinances of the Interregnum, 1642-1660. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1911.

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August 1644

[29 August, 1644.]

Whereas by an Ordinance of the Lords and Commons in Parliament assembled, For the establishing of a Court Martiall, amongst other things, it is Ordained, That the persons therein nominated, or any twelve or more of them, whereof such of the Members of either House of Parliament as have Commissions and Commands in any of the Armies or Garrisons, and Sir Nathaniel Brent, alwayes to be three, shall be Commissioners.

Amendment of Clause in Ord. 17 Aug. 1644.

Be it now Ordained, that the said Clause shall be amended and established in manner following: that is to say, that any twelve or more of the persons in the forementioned Ordinance named whereof the Members of either House of Parliament, and Sir Nathaniel Brent, or three of them alwayes to be present, shall be Commissioners to doe all and every thing and things as in and by the said Ordinance is limited and appointed.