Journal of the House of Commons: Volume 7, 1651-1660. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1802.
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Wednesday, the 14th of July, 1652.
MAJOR Salwey reports from the Council of State, That the Council hath found it necessary, as the present State of Affairs now stands, for the better and more effectual carrying on of the Service of the Commonwealth, to give Order for recruiting the Lord General's and Colonel Ingoldsbie's Regiments, each of them from the Number of Twelve hundred to Sixteen hundred Men; and Colonel Goff's Regiment from the Number of Seven hundred to Twelve hundred Men; to be continued from the Second Day of July for Three Months: That the Parliament be therefore humbly moved, that the Committee of the Army may be authorized to give Order for the Payment of those Regiments accordingly.
Resolved, That the Committee of the Army be impowered and authorized to give Order for the Payment of the Recruits of the Regiments of the Lord General and Colonel Ingoldsby, from Twelve hundred to Sixteen hundred apiece; and of the Recruits of Colonel Goff's Regiment, from Seven hundred to Twelve hundred Men; to be continued from the Second Day of July Instant, for Three Months.
Colonel Downe reports from the Committee of the Army, one Amendment to the Bill touching ReceiversGeneral, Collectors, and Sub-Collectors: Which was twice read, and agreed; and, upon the Question, the Bill was re-committed.
Ordered, That it be referred to some of the Members of this House, to take into Consideration the Powers of the Commissioners for Compounding, touching Appeals, and what their Practice is in such Cases; and report the same to the Parliament, on Friday Morning next; viz. unto Major Salwey and Mr. Robinson.
The humble Petition of the Lady Dorothy Howard late the Wife of Sir Charles Howard Knight, one of those presented to your Honours, in the new List from the Commissioners for Compounding, as a Papist Delinquent, and of Wm. Howard Esquire, their Son, was this Day read.