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, 23o Martii, 1609
THIS Day the Committee for Tenures, &c. sat till half an Hour after Eleven; the Speaker, from Nine, sitting in the Clerk's Chair; the Clerk standing at his Back; and Mr. Recorder, the Moderator of the Committee, sitting on a Stool by him.
Mr. Speaker: - To meet at Seven a Clock To-morrow Morning : At Ten a Clock to go to a Sermon in the Abbey, according to a former Custom, on the Coronation Day, in the Queen's Time, and this King's Time.
Sir Edwyn Sandys: - Need but One Day for the Committee for Grievances to rough-hew: - To voice them. - The Sub-committees to have a peremptory Day for returning their Labours.
Every Man to bring in their Sub-committee: - Moved.
Wednesday, the peremptory Day for the Sub-committees to report their Labours of the several Matters in Question.