Journal of the House of Commons: Volume 6, 1648-1651. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1802.
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Tuesday, the 15th July, 1651.
Ordered, by the Parliament, That Two hundred Pounds per Annum be paid unto the Executors, Administrators, or Assigns, of Humfrey Salwey Esquire, out of the yearly Profits of the Office of Remembrancer in the Publick Exchequer, for the Term of Seven Years next after the Death of the said Humfrey Salwey, toward the Payment and Satisfaction of the Debts of the said Humfrey Salwey.
Ordered, by the Parliament, That Ellis Yonge Gentleman, one of the Attornies of the Court of Exchequer, be authorized to execute the Office of Remembrancer in the Publick Exchequer, after the Death of Humfrey Salwey Esquire, the present Remembrancer, during the Pleasure of the Parliament; and to receive the Profits thereof; and, out of the same Profits, yearly to pay unto the Executors, Administrators, or Assigns of the said Humfrey Salwey, for and during the Term of Seven Years after the Death of the said Humfrey Salwey, the Sum of Two hundred Pounds towards the Payment and Satisfaction of the Debts of the said Humfrey Salwey, and to be accountable yearly unto the State for the Residue of the said yearly Profits, during such Time as he shall execute the said Place.
They were called in: And Mr. Sedgwick did make an humble Excuse for the former Mistake: And they did declare, That the Petitioners had amended the same; and that they did unanimously agree in the Amendment: And so presented the Petition again, so amended.
|Sir Wm. Brereton,||Tellers for the Yeas:||35.|
|Sir James Harrington,||With the Yeas,|
|Sir Henry Vane,||Tellers for the Noes:||27.|
|Alderman Allen,||With the Noes,|
Resolved, That Mr. Speaker do issue a Warrant, under his Hand, to the Sheriffs of London and Middlesex, requiring them to respite the Execution of Mr. Christofer Love until the Fifteenth Day of August next.
Ordered, That Mr. Attorney General have Liberty, out of the Examinations of Mr. Thomas Cooke, and such other Papers as were therewith reported to the House, to take from the Clerk of the Parliament such Papers as he shall think necessary to be made use of at the Tryal of the Persons at the High Court of Justice; giving unto the Clerk of the Parliament a Note of the particular Papers so by him to be taken out: And, after such Use made of them, That he return them again to the Clerk of the Parliament, according to such Note.