Journal of the House of Commons: Volume 1, 1547-1629. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1802.
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1. The Bill, that Pelts shall not be carried over Sea, except Staple Wares.
2. The Bill for Allowance to Sheriffs upon their Accounts for Justices Diets. - Sir Ric. Sakvil.
A Motion tnade by a Burgess for a Subsidy.
The Queen's Serjeant and Attorney brought a Bill from the Lords touching the Garison of Berwyke.
An excellent Declaration, made by Mr. Secretary Cicill, of the great Charges defrayed by the Queen's Majesty, and of the Causes of the Wars in France, for not keeping the Edict there made by the Parliament; and also touching the Charges at Berwyke, New Haven, the Provision of Armour, and the Navy, the Cavillation of the French for Calleys; concluding to consider for the Aid.
L. 1. The Bill for the Government of the Garison and Soldiers of Berwyke.