Journal of the House of Commons: Volume 1, 1547-1629. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1802.
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For that it is said, that T. Elryngton hath Interest in the Iron Mill in the Town of Shere in Surrey, whereof the Bill is to put down the same; it is resolved. That Mr. Speaker shall direct his Letter in the Name of the House to come and shew, if he will, for saving his Estate therein.
Fish stealing, &c.
1. The Bill . . Breaking of Ponds, and stealing Fish and Coneys.
A like Letter to the Heir of Walter Herenden for the Lands claimed by Mr. Bartye, and the Duchess of Suffolk.
2. The Bill to revive divers Acts to be Felony. - Mr. Sydney.
The Queen's Serjeant, with Mr. Marten, brought a Bill from the Lords, touching Repeal of a Branch for Conveying of Horses.
L. 1. The Bill to repeal the Branch for Carrying of Horses out of the Realm.