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, 19o Junii, 1610
L. 2. - CHEYNEY. - Mr. Brook, Sir Tho. Bishop,Sir Herbert Crofts, Sir Maurice Berkley, Sir Walter Cope, Sir Roger Owen, Mr. Martin, Sir Edwyn Sandys, Sir Jo. Hannam, Mr. Hyde, Mr. Finch, Mr. Hadds, Sir Jo Luson, Mr. Askwith, Knights and Burgesses of Kent: - Saturday, Chequer Chamber.
Isle of Man.
L. 2. - Isle of Man: - King's Counsel, privy and learned, Sir Geo. Moore, Sir H. Poole, Sir Edw. Hobby, Sir Roger Owen, Mr. Martin, Sir Walter Cope, Sir H. Nevill, Sir Jo. Harpur, Sir Sam. Sandys, Sir Tho. Holcroft, Sir Rich. Molineux; Mr. Brook, Mr. Noy, the Knights and Burgesses of Lancashire, Mr. Glasier, Sir Antho. Cope, Sir Mich. Stanhope, Sir Rob. Knollys, Mr. Finch, Sir Warwick Heale, Sir Rich. Hawkins, Sir Rob. Maunsell, Mr. Brock: - Monday, Chequer Chamber.
Mr. Brook reporteth Mr. Jennison - Bill, with a Proviso. -
Sir Geo. Moore, contra; Mr. Brook, pro. -
Upon Question of Re-commitment, rejected.
Sir Geo. Moore reports Sir James Scudamore - Privilege. -
Warning to answer, or else a Nihil dicit. -
As Mr. Throckmorton - and the Reason of other Precedents.
Sir Rob. Townsend: - Order to send for Exelby, being a wilful Contempt: - Proceed notwithstanding the Order.
Sir Edwyn Sandys reporteth from the grand Committee ; that no good Account from the Sub-committees for Records. -
That 12 Parcels wanting, which the Clerk would make ready.
The Records to be publickly read in the Committee beforehand : Mr. Martin to read them ; being weary, to name another; and that other another. - To be read in English.
That the Lawyers prepare themselves: And Resolved, To be disputed on Friday, peremptorily. - This resolved.
The Grievances. - A Sub-committee appointed for the Preface. Their Charge read. They to travel, while the House sit.
The Charge read.
The Names of the Lawyers read, that were absent, in a Note delivered by Sir Herbert Crofts.
Sir Fr. Hastings, - touching the Matter of Jesuits, and Seminaries, and Keepers of Prisons. - To meet on Monday, presently after the Dispatch of the Impositions.