Journal of the House of Commons: Volume 4, 1644-1646. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1802.
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Die Sabbati, 21 Novembris, 1646.
THERE was offered to the House a Petition of Robert Pike, Servant to George Mynne, of Epsham in the County of Surrey, Esquire, in the Behalf of his said Master, who now lieth sick at Epssham aforesaid, directed to the Lords and others his Majesty's Commissioners; and an Order upon it, dated at Oxon, 13 of Julii 1644, subscribed "Hertford, Cottington, Henry Dover, Dorsett, Rich, Chr. Hatton, Edw. Nicholas:" The which was read; expressing, that his said Master hath always been a loyal Subject to his Majesty; and hath manifested the same by lending his Majesty Six thousand Poundsworth of Iron, and in paying his Contributions.
Ordered, That the Examination of this Petition, and this Business, be referred to the Committee at Haberdashers-Hall: Who are to proceed in it with all Speed.
And the more particular Care of it is referred to Mr. Hodges.
And it is further Ordered, That, whereas Sir Humphry Foster has in his Hands Four thousand Pounds ready to pay unto Mr. George Mynne, on Monday next, upon a Mortgage, that the said Four thousand Pounds be secured in the Hands of Sir Humphry Foster, until the Committee at Haberdashers-Hall shall sit: And that then it shall be secured by the said Committee: And that the said Sir Humphry Foster, and others concerned therein, be saved harmless from any Prejudice that shall arise to any of them, by reason of the Non-payment of the said Sum.
Resolved, &c. That Sir John Meyrick shall have his Share, according to the Ordinance, as a Discoverer, if Mr. Mynne prove a Delinquent.
Ordered, That Sir John Meyrick shall have Fifteen hundred Pounds paid unto him, upon Account, in Part of his Arrears, out of such Delinquents Estates, as he shall nominate to the Committee at Goldsmiths-Hall: And the Committee is hereby required to pay him the said Fifteen hundred Pounds accordingly: And that the Acquittance of the said Sir John Meyrick, or his Assignee, shall be a sufficient Warrant and Discharge to the said Committee, and their Treasurer, for the Payment of the said Sum of Fifteen hundred Pounds accordingly.
Ordered, That Jo. Titcombe be forthwith sent for by the Serjeant at Arms; and brought to the House in safe Custody.
Ordered, That, on Thursday next, peremptorily, the Reports and Ordinances concerning Trade, and concerning the Navy, be made and read.
Ordered, That the Reports concerning Ireland be made on Monday next, so soon as Mr. Speaker comes to the Chair.
Ordered, That there be Eight Pounds per Centum allowed, by the Committee at Goldsmiths-Hall, to such Persons as shall lend the last Five thousand Pounds ordered by this House for the present Service of Dublyn in Ireland, from the time the Money shall be lent.
Ordered, That the Letters from the General, concerning the Disbanding of Colonel-General Massie's Forces, be read next after the Ordinance and Reports concerning the Army.
The Question being put, Whether Symon Theloall senior, de Place-Wood, Edward Thelloall, de Glan Tannatt, Robert Wynne, de Voylas, Esquires, shall be added to the Committee of Denbigh;
The Question passed with the Negative.
Resolved, &c. That there be a further Addition to the Committee for the County of Denbigh.
The Question being put, Whether Edward Vaughan shall stand in the Committee for Mountgomeryshire;
The House was divided.
The Yeas went forth.
|Mr. Nicoll,||Tellers for the Yea:||53.|
|Mr. Bence,||With the Yea,|
|Sir Arthur Hesilrig,||Tellers for the Noe:||59.|
|Lieut. Gen. Cromwell,||With the Noe,|
So that the Question passed with the Negative.
Mr. Holles was appointed to carry to the Lords, for their Concurrence, the Ordinance for appointing Maintenance for the Duke of York: The Ordinance for Explanation of the Ordinance for appointing the Sale of the Bishops Lands: An Ordinance for Five thousand Pounds, out of the Excise, for the Yorkeshire Horse: And several other Ordinances for Granting of Pardons, for Discharge of the Delinquencies of several Persons, and for freeing and discharging their respective Estates from Sequestration; viz. For Francis Herbert, Sir John Miller, Sir Nicolas Yarborough, Humphry and John Prouz, Joseph Martin, Gregory Crecke, John Angus, Edward Colford, Tho. Langvile, Edw. Baldwyn, Thomas Chafin, John Angell, Tho. Pigge, Nicolas Bestowe, George, John, and Thomas Hacre, Tho. and Philip Shapcott, Henry Bunbury, John Ackland, William Roberts, Sir Richard Tancard, Francis Cornewallis, Thomas Swinburne, John and Robert Werden, Anthony Hungerford, James Fawsett, John Isles, Thomas Williamson, Thomas Davison, Ralph Davison, James Penniman senior, James Penniman junior, Thomas Maisterson, Wm. Tiringham, Sir Charles Boles, Thomas Warre, Thomas May, Charles Walley, Sir Robert Thorold, Earl of Downe, Sir Wm. Howard, Thomas Hanham, John Jeffery, Adam Cleypoole, Mr. Moseley, Mr. Lewins, Mr. Farnham, Mr. Delves, Mr. Fry, Sir Richard Graham, Sir John Lowther, John Lamplugh, Sir John Boteler, Mr. Penning, Andrewes, and Pagett, Henry Goring, Mr. Browne, Leigh, Lloyd and Peake, Mr. Woodward, Lady Style, Daniel Thelwall, Randolph and Thomas Roade, John Bellett the Father, and John Bellett the Son, Thomas Swan, Thomas Mill, Roger and William Wyvell, Mr. Sanderson, Mr. Bacon, George Bromley, Mr. Smithwick, Wm. Coker, Joseph Bent, Wragg, Buckworth, Warner, and Coping, Wm. Pawlett, Wm. Thorneton, Wm. Hack, Edward Whitchcott, John Penruddock, Langley, Jarvis, and Curtis, Cartwright, Hicks, and Williamson.