Journal of the House of Commons: Volume 10, 1688-1693. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1802.
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Jovis, 19 die Januarii ; 4° Gulielmi et Mariæ.
Privilege-Abuse of a Member.
Petworth, &c. Rectories.
Mr. Boyle reported from the Committee to whom the Bill for settling the Advowsons and Rights of Patronage of the Rectories of Petworth, North Chappell, Dungton, Clewer, Farnham Royall, Worplesdon, Kirkby Overblowes, and Catton, and Vicarage of Long Horsly, was committed, That they had examined the Matter thereof; and had gone through the Bill; and made an Amendment thereto: Which they had directed him to report to the House: Which he read in his Place, with the Coherence; and afterwards delivered the same in at the Clerk's Table: Where the same was twice read; and, upon the Question put thereupon, agreed unto by the House.
Mr. Binns to preach on 30 Jan.
Ordered, That Mr. Binns, Chaplain to his Grace the Duke of Somerset, be desired to preach before this House, at St. Margaret's, Westminster, upon the Thirtieth Day of January instant: And that Sir Orlando Gee do acquaint him therewith.
Delivering Declarations to Prisoners.
A Petition of Sir Tho. Wroth, Baronet, was presented to the House, and read; setting forth, That the Petitioner's Father died, leaving Issue only the Petitioner, and one Daughter; but made no Provision for his Daughter: That the Petitioner, for the Support of his Name and Family, is advised, by his Relations, to marry; but, by reason of his Nonage, he cannot make any Settlement, or a Provision, for his said Sister, which he is desirous to do, without an Act of Parliament for that Purpose: And praying Leave to bring in a Bill to enable him to make a Jointure and Settlement of his Estate upon his Marriage, and to make Provision for his Sister.
Then the House, according to the Order of the Day, resolved itself into a Committee of the whole House, to consider of the Bill for transferring the Collection of the Duty of Aulnage to the Custom-house, and giving a Recompence to the Crown for the same.
Sir Robert Davers reported from the said Committee, That they had gone through the Matter to them referred in relation to the said Bill; and had filled up the Blanks therein; and had directed him to report the Bill; with the Amendments made by the said Committee, to the House.
Sir Walter Young, according to the Order of the Day, reported from the Committee to whom the Bill for the continuing Part of the Act made in the First Year of their Majesties Reign, for the better preventing the Exportation of Wool, and encouraging the Woolen Manufactures, was committed, That they had considered the several Petitions; and had made only one Amendment to the Bill; which they had directed him to report, with the Bill, to the House: And which he read in his Place; and afterwards delivered the same in at the Clerk's Table: Where the same was twice read; and agreed unto by the House.
And an Amendment being proposed to be made in the Bill, by inserting, in the Exception therein of several Charters to several Companies, these Words; viz. "or to the Charters and Grants made to the Company of Merchant Adventurers of England, so far as they concern the Rivers of Elbe, Weser, and Eyder;"
|Tellers for the Yeas,||Mr. Papillion,||65.|
|Tellers for the Noes,||Sir Walter Young,||118.|