House of Commons Journal Volume 1: 24 March 1606

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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, 24o Martii

Cloth Trade.

B. FOR the Transportation of coloured Cloths undressed: - The Title amended, and returned from the Committee by Sir Henry Poole, with Amendments; and, upon the Question, Mr. Gore did dispute against it, as against the common Conditions of Peace with our Neighbours.

Mr. Hoskins, for it.

Sir John Heigham, for it.

Message to the King on false Report.

Sir Maurice Berkley: - They made known the sorrowful Apprehension of his Majesty's Danger, and the Zeal of this House to his Service : - Upon the Message sent upon Saturday.

Mr. Speaker had Commandment to attend his Majesty.

This Day, the Day of general Joy. -

His Majesty moved to thank generally : - Particularly to this House. -

Sendeth Thanks twice, by some Accident, after the Return of the Messengers. -

The Assurance given by the Lords. - The Lords delivered the Care of the Lower House.

The Love of Children: - Never left to satisfy themselves. - Redoubles his Thanks.

Leave to Counsel.

Mr. Attorney and Mr. Solicitor have Leave to be of Counsel in the Lady Abergavennye's Cause.


Sir Fr. Verney: - Wednesday.


Thursday. - Marshalsea.