Journal of the House of Commons: Volume 1, 1547-1629. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1802.
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Lunae, 19 Martii, 1609
REPORT from the Committee of Privileges.
B. For Preservation of Woods. - A private Bill, because Iron-works for most Counties.
The Messenger for Sir Ja. Scudamore: - That he thought not to trouble the Sheriff: - That he heard Wayte would come to Town.
King appoints to be attended.
Mr. Chancellor: - That Four from this House did attend his Majesty, to know his Pleasure for Access. -
Access in the Banqueting-house: - All the House, with Ease.
Mr. Speaker: - Whether to meet here, or to meet in the Garden.
Resolved, To meet in the Preaching-place.
Yarmouth: - To-morrow, - being appointed To-day.
Resolved, The Messenger to re-pay 50s. which he had ; and to seek out the Party, Wayte, at his Peril.
Sir Edwyn Sandys: - The great Committee for Grievance to sit all Day, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday.
Sub-committees to attend more diligently.
The Sub-committees to begin at Two a Clock.
Leave of Ab.
Sir Edw. Hext licensed, being very sick, to depart.
Counsel between the Lord Arundell, - Salters and Brewers.
Mr. Hitchcock, against the Bill. -
Speciosa verba, suspiciosus sensus. -
The Lord Arundell a Purchaser, bona fide upon good Consideration ; - no Concealment -
Mr. Finch, of Counsel with the Salters. -
This Land Five Times purchased of Adams, and others.
No Man's Person. - Sicut audio, judico; non sicut video. -
The Order of Council, 14 Dec. 1606. Petition, 27 Nov. 1606. The Reference, - Order in Council, 14 Dec. 1606. Patent to my Lord Arundell, 29 Novembr. Anno 4 Jac.
Moved, to be remanded to the Committees again, for the Rent. - 70l. or 26l. -
The Lord Arundell bought it about Two Years ago, - a Year after the last Session.
Moved, that the Salters would give what they offered afore.