House of Commons Journal Volume 1: 26 March 1610

Pages 414-415

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, 26o Martii, 1610

Writ to be issued.

OPENED by Sir Geo. Moore, - Sir Jo. Digbye's Return. - A new Warrant.


Wayte, at whose Suit Sir James Scudamore's Man arrested.


Report of Matter of Tenures, by Mr. Recorder. -

Four Grounds : - Ask, offer, levy, secure. -

To move a Conference for the Two first, which are already agreed. - 100,000l.

Message from the King.

Mr. Speaker, from the King: -

How graciously it pleased to entertain the Thanks, Hearts Love. - We have reason to remember. - Again heard him. - Oracle of Wisdom, and - In Commandment now to add a farther Grace. - His Highness took notice, that, immediately after, they gave a Proceeding to Religion, - Woods, - Game - Takes as a Badge of their faithful Love. Never Prince more respective of his People. - As he finds them humble and respective, so he will ever be ready. -

Some Course of Pasquils, that were offered; - To take some Course for staying them hereafter: - That, not as Pasquils, but Grievance. - Send Thanks unto them all for their Proceedings.

Mr. Speaker to the King, touching Cowell his Book.

- His Majesty's Answer, that he meant to do it upon Saturday. - Had a Proclamation ready.


Mr. Chancellor sent for a Conference, - The Lords - this Afternoon: - The former Committee: - For the same Causes.

Privy Council, King's Counsel, Sir Edwyn Sands, Mr. Crewe, Sir Herbert Crofts, Mr. Martin, Sir Wm. Strowd, Mr. Yelverton, Sir Jo. Hollis, Sir Walter Cope, Sir Roger Owen: - To meet in the Committee Chamber, and advise touching the Proceeding of the Conference.


L. 1a. - Arundell. - The adverse Party heard. - Time for him upon the Motion of Mr. Carveth.

Mr. Fuller, pro; Mr. Moore, contra.

Sir Antho. Rouse hath Notice, and is gone to him.

Mildmay's Estate.

Mr. Fuller, - Mr. Humfrey Mildmaye's Bill reported. -

A Copy, before the Question of ingrossing, to Sir Fr. Fane, who married the Daughter of Sir Anthony.


Herrings: - Friday to be sit upon. - Mr. Alford.


L. 2a. - Making Leases to his Majesty: - Committed to the Committee of Assignments of Debts.


L. 2a. - Fens - Isle of Elye, &c, -

A Petition against it read. -

Mr. Tate, Mr. Wallys, contra; Sir Jo. Peyton, contra; Mr. Fuller, contra: Mr. Attorney, for the Bill. -

Learned Counsel, Mr. Attorney, Sir Edwyn Sandys, Sir Fr. Popham, Sir Dan. Dun, Sir Tho. Dallyson, Sir Roger Dallyson, Sir Jo. Luson, Mr. Askwith, Sir Samuel Sandys, Sir Geo. St. Poll, Sir Tho. Howard, Sir Rob. Knollys, Sir Rob. Hitcham, Sir Fr. Vane Sir Geo. Moore, Knights and Burgesses Bedfordshire, Sir John Bennett, Mr. Hare, Mr. Alford, Sir Tho. Lowe, Sir H. Poole, Sir Tho. Vavasor, Sir Jo. Peyton, Sir Rob. Maunsell, Sir Rich. Weston, Sir Jo. Townsend, Mr. Francis Moore, Mr. Tate, Mr. Martin, Mr. Crewe, Sir Tho. Mounson, Mr. D. Steward, Burgesses of the Universities, Mr. Hoskins, Sir Jo. Hubbard: - Monday, Chequer Chamber.


Mr. May, Sir Rob. Remington, Mr. Brace, Sub-committee for Four Shires, Prohibitions, &c. - This Afternoon, after Conference.


The general Grievances this Afternoon, if it may be; if not, upon Friday.

Salters, &c.

B. of Salters and Brewers, recommitted : - To meet on Friday.

The Committees to sit this Day ; or else to report the Bill, and leave it to the Judgment of the House.