Journal of the House of Commons: Volume 3, 1643-1644. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1802.
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Die Veneris, 14 Julii, 1643.
THE Declaration of all the Proceedings and Growth of the Rebellion in Ireland, and the Design of it, was this Day read; and, by Vote upon the Question, assented unto; and ordered to be printed; and the Care of printing of it referred to Mr. Reynolds.
Money for Army.
Ordered, That all the Monies, Plate (and Goods, (fn. 1)) seized at Hull, which were formerly in the Custody of Sir Jo. Hotham, or Captain Hotham, or any other for their Use, except such as shall appear, upon Examination before the Committee, to belong to other Persons, Members of this House, and except the Fifteen hundred Pounds assigned for the Garison and Captain Mowyer, shall be forthwith delivered unto my Lord Fairfaxe, upon Account, for the Pay of the Forces under his Command.
Resolved, &c. That Mr. Cambell, a Member of this House, who promised to lend Five hundred Pounds to the Commonwealth, shall pay in the said Five hundred Pounds, by Monday next, at farthest; to be employed for the Service of my Lord Fairfaxe.
Trial of Lady D'Aubigny, &c.
Proceedings against Waller.
Ordered, That Captain Alured, and Mr. Hoyle, do go to the Persons appointed to make Sale of the Wines, either upon the Sequestrations, or the Twentieth Part; and require them, from this House, to keep the Proceed of the Sale of those Wines in their Hands, until the House take further Order; and not to pay it in to Guildhall, London, or any-where else, till the House take further Order.
Letter to Lord Fairfaxe.
Ordered, That Sir Wm. Strickland, and Mr. Darley, do prepare a Letter to be sent to my Lord Fairfaxe, to encourage him to proceed and go on, in the great Employment he hath undertaken; and to assure him, this House will not desert him.