House of Commons Journal Volume 1: 06 March 1607

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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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Veneris, 6 Martii, 1606

Waller's Estate.

L. 2a. B. FOR the Sale of the Lands of William Waller, Esquire, &c. - Secondly read, and committed to the Committees named in the Bill preferred the first Session of Parliament, with some more added; viz.

The first Committee.

Sir Geo. Moore, Sir Nath. Bacon, Sir Robert Wingfield, Sir Robert Johnson, Sir Henry Beamount, Sir Hugh Beeston, Sir Francis Bacon, Sir William Smyth, Sir Jerome Horsey, Sir John Savill, Sir Roger Owen, Sir Robert Oxenbridge, Sir Francis Barrington, Sir John Boys, Sir John Willyams, Sir Francis Hastings, Sir Thomas Horsman, Sir John Heigham, Mr. John Moore, Mr. Francis Moore, Mr. Crewe, Mr. Mutton, Mr. Wyseman, Mr. William Jones, Mr. Oldsworth, Mr. Martin, Mr. Dyett, Mr. Cole, Mr. Doyley. -

Added, Sir Henry Poole, Sir Geo. Rivers, Sir Edw. Mountague, Mr. Serjeant Shirley, Mr. Serjeant Barker, Sir Gamaliel Capell, Mr. Brook, Mr. James of Bristowe, Mr. Brock, Mr. Fuller: - To meet on Wednesday next, in the Exchequer Chamber.

Beer, &c.

L. 3a. An Act to restrain the Utterance of Beer and Ale to Alehouse-keepers not licensed ; - Being the third time read, upon Question, passed.


Committees adjourned.

Inmates, &c.

L. 1a. Nova B. Against Dividing of Tenements, and against Inmates, Undersitters, Victuallers, and other Houses of Disorder in and about the Cities, Universities, and other Towns Corporate of this Realm.

The King's Debts.

L. 1a. B. For the more speedy Payment of the King's Majesty's Debts, and to provide, that the Debts of the Subjects shall be better paid unto them.

Grand Committee.

This Day the grand Committee did meet, and sit all the Forenoon in the Court of Wards; and did continue the like Meeting in the Afternoon, to prepare themselves for the Conference intended with the Lords To-morrow in the Afternoon.