Journal of the House of Commons: Volume 1, 1547-1629. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1802.
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Martis, 6 Martii, 1609
Bp. of Chester.
L.1a - EXCHANGE - B. of Chester.
Pole's Bill reported; and, upon Question, rejected
So the Opinion of the Committee.
Admitting a Member.
Mr. Moore reporteth the Case of Mr. Payne, upon divers Reasons -
Payne suspended : - By general Pardon discharged.
Ordered, He shall be received.
Order mistaken, that no Mayor should serve after the End of this Parliament. - No Purveyor; but to receive Provision, and bring it.
Took his Place, without further Examination.
L. 3a. - Essex. - B. read. - Counsel heard between one Robinson, and him.
Mr. Philip Gerrard, for Robinson.
Mr. Hitchcock, for Mr. Essex.
Mr. Gerrard beginneth.
Mr. Moore pro; Mr. Dyett, contra, for Robinson; Mr. Hoskins, pro.
The Deed of Entail read in the House.
The Dispute put off till Tomorrow.
A Message, to desire their Lordships will give a further Conference touching the Matter of Tenures. - By Mr. Chancellor.
Copyholders - Clitheroe: - Reported by Mr. Fanshawe,
Wakefield: - Presently in the Committee - to be amended.
Forcible Entries: - This Afternoon, in the Court of Wards.
Sir Geo. Howard, and the Bailiffs of Bridgenorth. - To-morrow, with Counsel.
Wakefield, with Amendments : - Reported by Mr. Fanshawe: - Upon Question, to be inserted.
Mr. Chancellor, sent in Message; - That the Lords will give a Meeting: - Thursday in the Afternoon : - The same Committees, Place, and Time.
Sub-committee to prepare it,