ORdered by the Lords and Commons assembled in Parlia­ment, That all such Officers or Souldiers of the Army, as shall come off and conforme to the Votes sent downe to the Army, shall receive the benefit and advantage of those Votes.

Joh Brown Cler. Parliamentorum.

ORdered by the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, That the summe of ten thousand pounds be paid upon Ac­compt by Alderman Bunce, and the rest of the Treasurers at Wea­vers Hall, to such person or persons as the Committee for the af­faires of Ireland at Derby house, and the Committee of the Army joyned as to this businesse, or any six of them shall appoint to receive the same, and issued by order and direction of the said Committee so joyned, or any six of them for the payment of such Officers or Souldiers as shall come off from the Army, according to the Votes sent last to the Army touching such as disband, or en­gage for the service of Ireland, being such of the Army as were mustered upon the last Muster, before the Votes passed both Houses for Disbanding; And that the Acquittance of the person or persons appointed by the Committee so joyned as aforesaid, or any six of them to receive the said ten thousand pounds, shall be a sufficient discharge to the said Treasurers at Weavers Hall, for the payment of the said summe of ten thousand pounds accor­dingly.

Joh. Brown Cler. Parliamentorum.

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