House of Commons Journal Volume 1: 06 June 1628

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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, 6o Junii

Message. Declaration to the King.

Mr. Speaker delivereth a Message from his Majesty. Upon Question, the grand Committee, for the Declaration, to sit presently.

Door shut, &c.

The outward Door to be kept shut, and attended, and, the Room to be kept clear.

Member's Speech justified.

Upon Question, Mr. Kirton's Words, Yesterday spoken, were to no other Effect, but, that he hoped, they had Hearts, Hands, and Swords, to cut the Throats of the Enemies of the King and State; and that therein he said nothing beyond the Bounds of Duty and Allegiance ; and that therein we all concur with him.

Declaration to the King.

The Committee now to proceed only about the Declaration of the Danger to the King and Kingdom, and Remedies.

None to go out.

The former Order, for no Man's going out, renewed.


The grand Committee for Grievances put off for this Afternoon.

Declaration to the King.

The Committee, about the Declaration, to sit at Two of the Clock. All the Members required to attend.

Mr. Speaker.

Mr. Speaker to be here about Four Clock.

Persons sent for, &c.

Upon Report from the grand Committee, for the Declaration ; Ordered, Mr. Burlimachi and.. De Oyles to be sent for, to attend the Committee To-morrow, with their Instructions, &c. And the Commission, about Excises, to be sent for to the Crown Office; and Power hereafter to send for any Records, Writings, or Persons.