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, 13o Februarii
Persons to attend.
Leave to attend Lords.
L. 1a. An Act for the Settling and Establishing of the Manor of Sundridge, alias Sundrish, alias Sundricke, with the Appurtenances, in the County of Kent, upon Tho. Browker Esquire, and his Heirs, against a Patent of Concealment, lately made and granted to George Fowch, and Nicho. Streete, and their Heirs.
Articles against Burgesse.
Upon Question, the Complaint against Burgesse, last Session of Parliament, to be resumed: And that; and the Petition now read, with the new Four Articles annexed, referred to the grand Committee for Religion.
Privilege to Petitioners.
Upon Question, Signification to be given to the Lord Keeper, from this House, that no Attachments be granted out against Chambers, Fowkes, Gilman, or Phillippes, during the Privilege granted them here in Parliament.
Answer from Exchequer Court.
Order of the House delivered unto them. That their Answer was, The Matter was of Consequence: They would take it into Consideration, and with Speed return such Answer to the House, as should be fit for their Respects to the House.
Leave of Absence.
Bishop of Winchester.
Mr. Dr. Moore called in, and asked by Mr. Speaker, what Conference passed between the Bishop of Winchester and him, in or about Trinity Term last: He relateth many Passages, which the House required to have delivered in Writing; and Sir Dan. Norton undertook to bring it in Writing To-morrow Morning.
Upon Question, every Member of this House, Tomorrow Morning, to give Notice, to the grand Committee of Religion, of all Letters in their Custody, or which they know, or have heard of, concerning the Stopping of any Proceedings against any Popish Recusants.