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March 31.—Admission of Wm. Fanshawe, the Company “con– ceiving they shall have need of such person's assistance against the Parliament;” also of Sir Henry Neville, knowing him to be a very worthy gentleman, and may do many good offices for the good of the Company.
Half of Sir Henry Neville's adventure of 800l. in the joint stock to be set over to Sir Jas. Stonehouse.
Permission to Geo. Thorpe and Sir Henry Neville to adventure 300l. each.
100l. to be paid to Sir Henry Neville for timber.