Journal of the House of Commons: Volume 6, 1648-1651. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1802.
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Die Martis, 26 Februarii, 1649.
ORDERED, by the Parliament, That the Sum of Five hundred Pounds, formerly charged on the Remainder of the Fine of the Lord Pagett, to be paid for the Use of the Garison of Barwick, in regard that Fine is already paid, be charged on Haberdashers Hall; to be paid out of the Money that shall come in upon Mr. Timothy Carter's Bond, or such other Monies as shall come in there, with all Speed, to such Persons, and on such Acquittances, as the former Sum was ordered to be paid.
Colonel John Jones reports Particulars presented to the Parliament, in order to the Removing of Obstructions in stating the Accompts of the Soldiers, and thereby enabling them to become Purchasers, for Satisfaction of their Arrears, according to the Intention of the Parliament.
Ordered, That the Second Article in the said Paper be committed to the Committee of the Army: Who are to consider thereof according to the Debate of the House; and report their Opinions therein to the House.
Ordered, That it be referred to the Committee of the Army, to send into the Country for the Muster Rolls and Treasurers Accompts; and to state the Business touching Colonel Twisleton's Regiment, and of Major Henry Markham, while he was in that Regiment; and Report it to the House.
Colonel Purefoy reports Amendments to the Act injoining all Papists, Officers, and Soldiers of Fortune, and other Delinquents, from coming to the Cities of London and Westminster, and late Lines of Communication, and Twenty Miles thereof, and confining them: Which were twice read; and, upon the Question, agreed.