Journal of the House of Commons: Volume 1, 1547-1629. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1802.
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Jovis, 24o Die Aprilis, 1606
2. Reading: - B. TO cut off infinite Suits commenced by Informers, to make Bowling lawful. -
Upon the Question for Commitment, the House divided : And the Number being equal; Mr. Speaker's Voice cast it, not to be committed. - 25 et 25.
And, upon the Question for ingrossing, the House being again divided;
With the Yea, 31.
With the Noe, 26.
Some came in, which were not at the Reading, nor first Question; and were admitted to the second Question; and so won it by five Voices.
2. Reading: - B. For Suppressing of unlawful and unsized Bread : - Upon the Quest, rejected.
Mr. Fuller bringeth in the Bill for restraining Arrests on Sunday: - And, upon the Question, to be ingrossed.
Lord Cobham's Attainder.
Sir John Brook, - Monday, in my Lord Cobham's Bill, touching Mr. Brook, to be heard with Counsel.
Bastard Children : - Saturday.
Cottages : - To-morrow.
Fewel: - Tuesday.
Leave of Absence.
Sir Christopher Hilyard, of Yorkshire, hath Leave to depart.