Journal of the House of Commons: Volume 1, 1547-1629. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1802.
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Mercurii, nono Maii, 1571
Q. 2. The Bill for Morice Rodney Esquire. - The second Reading; and ordered to be ingrossed.
Time of sitting, &c.
It is Ordered, upon a Motion made by Mr. Norton, That, upon Friday next coming, the House do begin to sit at three of the Clock in the Afternoon, and to continue till Five ; and so every Monday, Wednesdays and Friday, until the End of this Session of Parliament; the same Time to be employed only in the first Readings of private Bills.
2. The Bill against Promoters. - The second Reading ; and ordered to be ingrossed.
2. The Bill D. - The second Reading; and ordered to be ingrossed.
LL. 2. The Bill against Bulls, &c. procured from the See of Rome. - The second Reading [a]; and passed, upon the Question, with a Note annexed, containing some Additions and Alterations quoted by the Lines. - Jud'm.
Mr. Attorney General and Mr. Solicitor do bring from the Lords the former Bill of Treasons, with a new Proviso, and certain other Alterations, contained in a Paper affiled to the same Bill.
Archbishop of Canterbury.
3. nova. The Bill against Licences and Dispensations granted by the Archbishop of Canterbury. - The third Reading. - Jud'm.
1. nova. The Bill against the untrue Demeanours of Tellers, Receivers, Treasurers, and Collectors. - The first Reading.
The Bill for Fines and Recoveries, with Three Provisoes, passed upon the Question.