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, 12 Februarii
1. The Bill, that Wool-winders may buy Wools notwithstanding the Statute.
1. A Bill against Sir H. Jones' Servants for the Fray and Riot. - Mr. Recorder.
L. 2. The Bill for Punishment of Forgers of false Deeds and Wills. - Mr. Thynne.
Message to the Queen.
The House desireth the Privy Council to require the Queen's Majesty to have in Remembrance their Petition, looking for her most gracious Answer.
2. The Bill, that Merchants may bring Corn from foreign Parts without Custom.
The Committees do certify the House, That Mr. Jones' Men may be committed to the Serjeant; and that he attend Mr. Recorder and Mr. Gargrave with the Prisoners, before the Lord Chief Justice, to enter with Sureties in Bond of 500 l. to appear personally in the Queen's Bench, in Trinity Term next, to answer to such Things as shall then be objected to them on the Queen's Behalf; and so set at Liberty.
Arguments touching the Oath of the Assessors in the Subsidy.