House of Commons Journal Volume 1: 25 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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Mercurii, 25 Junii

Metage and Portage.

A PETITION from the Country, against Exactions in London, for Metage and Portage.

Sir Ch. Morrison, Sir Francis Darcy, Mr. Godfrey, Sir Ro. Pye, Sir Peter Ryddall, Sir Harb. Grimston, Sir P. Hayman, Sir Tho. Barrington, Mr. Harrys, Sir D. Digges, Sir Edw. Bash, Sir H. Mildmay, Alderman Moslon, Sir Wm. Spring, Mr. Mathews, Mr. Waller, Mr. Rolles, Mr. Taylor, Mr. Whitby, Sir Tho. Cheeke, Mr. Harrison, Mr. Coke, Sir Jo. Trevor, Mr. Ratcliffe, Sir Nath. Barnston, Mr. Cope, Sir Wm. Litton, Sir Jo. Wentworth: - Two Clock this Afternoon, Court of Wards. Lord Mayor to have Notice to attend with his Counsel.


A Petition about Rates for Allowance of Rates for Shipping, read, allowed, and ordered to be ingrossed.

Greeneland Patent.

A Report from the Committee, concerning Greeneland Patent, made.

Upon Question, the Muscovia Company's barring any Englishmen from Fishing in Greeneland, is a Grievance.

Sir Jo. Lyster, Sir Ar. Ingram, Sir Tho. Wentworth, Mr. Ratcliffe, Mr. Cage, Mr. Waller, Alderman Hoyle to draw up this Petition: Two Clock this Afternoon, Court of Wards.

Bromfeild, &c. Tenants.

L. 3a. An Act for the Establishing of the Estates of the Tenants of Bromfeild and Yale, in the County of Denbighe, and of the Tenures, Rents, and Services, thereupon reserved, according to a late Composition made for the same, with the King's most Excellent Majesty, then Prince of Wales: - Upon Question, passed.


Mr. Attorney and Sir Edw. Salter bring, from the Lords, the Act against sending any beyond the Seas, to be popishly bred, with some Amendments, and an Addition: Which thrice read; and ordered to be amended; and passed accordingly.


The Clergy Subsidy, Mr. Rawleighes, Mr. Alderseye's, Lord Gerrard's, Lord Aburgenye's Mr. Levingstone's. . .


Sir Ed. Osborne to have Privilege of the House, for Two Servants. The Party, Rich. Marsh, to be [sent] for, that arrested them. The Servants Names, * Bolton, and Talbot Benbrigge.


L. 3a. The Bill for Continuance and Repeal of Statutes, thirdly read: Upon Question, passed for a Law -

Sent up to Lords by Sir Edw. Coke.

Writings,&c. to be left with Clerk.

Mr. Pymme to bring in, and leave with the Clerk, To-morrow Morning, all the Writings he hath, concerning Religion: And all, that have any Bills.

Committees to meet.

The Committee, for the Remonstrance, to meet between . . and Two Clock.

The Committee for Arms, and Tonage and Poundage to sit at Two Clock. Mr. Banks in the Chair.

Mr. Speaker.

Mr. Speaker to come at Four.

Mercurii, 25 Junii - Eodem Die, post Meridiem


THE Serjeant sent to all the Committees, to let them know, that, by Order of the House, they are dissolved for the present, but may sit again, after the House riseth.

Tonage and Poundage.

Mr. Bankes reporteth from the Committee for Tonage and Poundage, the Draught of the Remonstrance. - Engrossetur.


The Petition, for the Planters of Virginia, read. - Engrossetur.


Mr. Selden reporteth from the Committee, about the Pardon in 21o Jac. - Alienations without Licence, and Intrusions, pardoned; here omitted. -

This in the Bo .....

Ordered, The first Thing to be done To-morrow, Eight Clock, the House being resolved into a grand Committee, to take Consideration hereof: And Mr. Bankes to have the Chair.


And the Remonstrance to be dispatched between Seven and Eight.

Persons to attend.

Gregg, being sent for, and come, to appear To-morrow Morning.