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, 23 Aprilis
1. The Bill for Avoiding of Guns, called Dagges.
D. of Suffolk's, &c. Attainder.
1. The Bill for Confirmation of the Attainder of the late Duke of Suffolk, and other.
1. nova. The Bill for Taking of Distresses put in several Pounds.
Privilege - Assault on a Member.
William Johnson, one of the Burgesses, * * complained upon * Monyngton, who had beaten him, and put him in Fear of his Life: Whereupon Monyngton came to this House, and, not knowing Johnson to be a Burgess, confessed he had stricken him, for that he took away a Net out of Mr. Bray's House, in Bedfordshire; and Johnson said, it was the Lord Mordaunt's Net, and as Under-sheriff he took it: Whereupon, it was Ordered, That Monyngton was sent Prisoner to the Tower.