Journal of the House of Commons: Volume 1, 1547-1629. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1802.
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Martis, 17 Aprilis
1. The Bill for the Cordwainers, at Calleys, to carry Leather to Callays to work, without Licence.
1. The Bill, that Sale of Things by Weight shall be by Troy Weight or Goldsmith's Weight.
2. The Bill for Shirborne Causey, to be continued for Ten Years next after the End of this Parliament.
L. 1. The Bill to repeal the Act made against Prices and Excess of Wines.
1. The Bill to revive the Statute of Six Articles. made Anno 31 H. VIII.
1. nova. The Bill for Making of Cloths in Worcester, and other Towns; and to avoid the Act for Cloth-making.
1. The Bill for Avoiding of erroneous Opinions and Books containing Heresies.
The Counsel learned for the Burgesses of Newcastle exhibited a Proviso for the Town of Gatesyde to continue annexed to Newcastle.
Mr. Rede and Mr. Ermested brought from the Lords a Subpoena, that Mr. Beamond, of this House, and his Wife, caused to be served, upon the Earl of Huntington, in this Parliament Time; and prayen the Order of this House for that Offence.
It it Ordered, That Eight of this House shall declare to the Lords that they take this Writ to be no Breach of Privilege.