Journal of the House of Commons: Volume 5, 1646-1648. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1802.
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Die Martis, 23 Februarii, 1646.
Leave of Absence.
Gwynne's, &c. Sequestration.
Ordered, That all Proceedings concerning the Sequestration of the Estates of Mr. Gwynne and Mr. Lewes, of Radnorshire, be staved in the Country, by the Committee there, until the Report of that Business (it being referred to a Committee of this House) be made: And that the said Mr. Gwynne and Mr. Lewes do continue the Possession of their Estates, real and personal, in the mean time, giving good Security to stand to such Order as shall be made by this House; the said Security to be taken by the Committee of Gloucester, sitting in Channell Rowe; to whom this Business is referred.
Message to Lords.
Sir John Clotworthy carried to the Lords, for their Concurrence, an Ordinance for Ten thousand Eight hundred Seventy-and-seven Pounds Fourteen Shillings and Ninepence, out of Goldsmiths Hall, for the Service of Ireland: An Ordinance concerning Fifteen thousand Pounds more, out of Goldsmiths Hall, for the Service of Ireland: The Order concerning Dublyn, and the other Garisons: The Vote for adding Mr. Reynolds to the Committee for the Affairs of Ireland: The Vote for giving Leave to the Lord Lorne to transport Six Horses: And the Order for allowing Three hundred Pounds, and Three hundred Pounds per Annum, for present and future Maintenance, to Mrs. Mary Chichester, out of the Lord Brudenall's Estate.
Message from Lords.
The Lords have commanded us to deliver you this Order for Leave to the Earl of Pembroke to come to London: A Petition of the Earl of Bathe's, and the Lords Vote thereupon: And an Ordinance concerning the Children of Edward Terringham, deceased: In all which they desire your Concurrence.
Earl of Pembroke.
"Whereas it is desired by the Earl of Pembroke and Mountgomery, that he may have Leave to come to London, for Recovering of his Health; he being at this time very ill disposed in his Health: It is Ordered, by the Lords and Commons, in Parliament assembled, That the said Earl of Pembroke be permitted to come up to London for the Recovery of his Health, accordingly:"
Answer to Lords.
|Sir John Evelyn,||Tellers for the Noe:||92.|
|Mr. Doyley,||With the Noe,|
|Sir Wm. Massam,||Tellers for the Yea:||120.|
|Mr. Bond,||With the Yea.|
Resolved, &c. That Cockermouth Castle shall be continued with Twenty Foot in it: And that Rose Castle and Herbert's Isle, and all other Garisons in the said County, be disgarisoned: and all new Works raised about any Garisons there, since the Beginning of these late Troubles, slighted, and reduced to the same Condition they were in before the War.
Answer from Lords.
Sir John Clotworthy brings Answer, That as to the Order for the Lord Lorne to transport Six Horses into France; and the Order concerning Dublyn; and the Affairs of Ireland, they do agree: And, as to the rest of the Message, they will send Answer by Messengers of their own.
Message from Lords.
The Lords have commanded us to return you this Ordinance for issuing Fifteen thousand Pounds for the Service of Ireland: Another for Ten thousand Eight hundred Seventy-seven Pounds Fourteen Shillings and Ninepence, for the same Service: They moved from you; and the Lords have agreed unto them, with these Alterations; to which they desire your Concurrence: An Ordinance for Mr. Bold, a Minister, to be instituted into the Church of Hawarden in Flintshire: Another for Mr. William Roberts to be Engineer in the Office of the Ordnance; wherein they desire your Concurrence: They have commanded us to put you in mind of Captain Grigg's Petition; and to let you know, that the French Ambassador hath desired Audience of them: And they have appointed to give him Audience on Saturday next; wherewith they thought fit to acquaint you.
Answer to Lords.
Answer returned by the same Messengers; That this House has considered their Lordships Message; and as to the Amendments to the Two Ordinances for Issuing of Monies for Ireland, they do agree: And, as to the rest of the Messages, they will send Answer by Messengers of their own.