Journal of the House of Commons: Volume 1, 1547-1629. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1802.
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Frays in Churches.
L. 3. The Bill for Frays in Churches and Churchyards. - Jud'm.
3. The Bill for the Assize of Wood and Coals. - Jud'm. '
3. The Bill for Preserving and Continuance of Wood.
Bills from Lords.
Five Bills brought from the Lords by Mr. Broke and Mr. Solicitor; and also the Bill of Offices, and the Bill, which passed from hence.
3. The Bill for Making of perfect Woollen Cloths. - Jud'm.
4. The Bill for the Pewterers, and Carrying of, Tin I over the Sea unwrought.- - Jud'm.
The Six last Bills sent up to the Lords.
It is Ordered, That Hugh Floode shall be remitted to the Counter of London, in such Case as he was before the Privilege granted by this House unto him ; and if Floode shall agree with Gurdon, that notwithstanding, to abide the Order of this House, if it be sitting; and if not, then to abide the Order of the King's Majesty's Council, for the Punishment of this Demeanour, when it shall be ordered.
For * Cryketoste, it is Ordered, That he shall remain in Ward, where he was, and to bring him hither To-morrow, at Ten of the Clock.
It is Ordered, That Mr. Grymston and Mr. Gosnolde shall make Report to Mr. Comptroller of the Misdemeanour of Floode and Cryketoste.
It is Ordered, That Mr. Speaker, and other of the Council, shall report to my Lord of Northumberland's Grace, that the House hath resolved, That his Grace shall order the Matter, which was complained to this House by Mr. Brandlyng against Wetheryngton, and other, if his Grace's Pleasure shall so be.