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, 29o Novembris
2. The Bill for Artificers in Devon, Cornwall, and Exetre.
4. The Bill to avoid seditious Rumours and Tales. - Jud'm.
Ld. Cardinal's Legacy.
Mr. Speaker declared, the Legacy of the Lord Cardinal was, to move us to come again to the Unity of the Church, from the which we were fallen.
Master of the Rolls and Mr. Solicitor declared from the Lords, that they had appointed the Lord Chancellor, Four Earls, Four Bishops, Four Barons, to confer with a Number of this House; who immediately were sent unto them.
The Two last Bills passed, sent to the Lords by Mr. Treasurer.
2. The Bill for true Dying of Cloths and Caps with Woade. - Vacat.
3. The Bill to avoid Leases made by married Priests.
Union with Church of Rome.
The Lords aforesaid, together with the Commons of this House appointed, devised a Supplication to the King and Queen's Majesties ; which was here ingrossed, and agreed by the House to be presented to the King and Queen ; whereby this Realm and Dominions might be again united to the Church of Rome, by the Means of the Lord Cardinal Poole.