March 1645: An Ordinance for the third part of Customs for Currans to be for the use of the Garison of Glocester.

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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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March, 1644/5

[15 March, 1644/5.]

Ord. 21 Feb., 1644. Customs' Commissioners to pay third part of Customs on Currants for Gloucester Garrison.

Whereas by Ordinance of Parliament beareing date Die Veneris 21. Feb. 1644. It is Ordained (int. alia) that one third part of the profit that shall arise out of the Customes payable upon Currans shall be appropriated to the Garrison of Glocester. It is this day Ordered by the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament that the Commissioners of the Customes, shall from time to time, during the continuance of the said Ordinance, pay over all the said third part of the Profit that shall arise out of the Custome, payable upon Currans, unto Nathaniel Stephens, Thomas Hodges, and Thomas Pury, Esquires, Members of the House of Commons, for the use of the Garrison of Glocester upon account (if the said Garrison be continued a Garrison) takeing their receipt for the same, which shall be to the said Commissioners and every of them a sufficient discharge in that behalfe.