Journal of the House of Commons: Volume 1, 1547-1629. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1802.
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Lunae, 2o Julii
B. CONCERNING Grys and Cottrell (recommitted upon the third Reading) reported from the Committee by Sir John Heigham, with an Arbitrament, moved, but not assented, and a new Proviso; which was twice read, and ordered to be ingrossed; and being ready ingrossed; the Bill, with the Proviso, put to Question, and passed.
L. 2. The new general Bill touching Inmates : - Secondly read, and committed to the Knights and Burgesses for London, Westminster, and Southwark, all Citizens of Cities, and Burgesses of Port Towns, Sir Oliver St. John, Sir Edw. Grevill, Sir Geo. Moore, Sir John Thynne, Sir John Hollis, Sir Charles Cornwallys, Sir Tho. Knevytt, Sir Geo. Harvey, Locum tenens, &c. Sir Walter Cope, Sir Tho. Ridgeway, Mr. Mercer, the Burgesses of Cambridge, Mr. Fuller, Mr. Johnson, Sir Rob. Wroth, Sir John Hungerford, Sir Rich. Warburton: - To meet Tomorrow, in the Parliament-house.
After Argument, upon Question, the Bill committed to all the King's learned Council, Sir John Hungerford, Sir Henry Slingsby, Sir Rob. Wingfield, Mr. Irby, Mr. Oliver St. John, Sir Geo. Manors, the Knights and Burgesses for Lincolnshire, Sir John Thynne, Sir Tho. Horsman, Sir Edw. Mountague, the Burgesses of Cambridge, Sir Edw. Denny, Mr. Crewe, Sir John Hobart, Mr. Duncombe, Sir Barnard Whytston, Sir John Jeffreyes, Mr. Hyde, Sir Wm. Bulstrod, Sir John Savill, Sir Tho. Holcroft, Mr. Brock, Mr. Hedley, Sir Jo. Peyton: - To meet Tomorrow Morning, at Seven a Clock, in the Exchequer Chamber.
[a] The former Instrument of the Convocation, &c. (That the Laity had nothing to do, &c.) read again; but the Bishop of London said, they conceived the Privilege of Parliament to stand upright; therefore wished, there might be no more ado made of it.