Journal of the House of Commons: Volume 7, 1651-1660. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1802.
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Friday, the 18th of February, 1652.
Ly. Hungerford, &c.
THE Question being propounded, That the Sum of Five hundred Pounds, for which Sir Edward Hungerford and Sir Nevill Poole gave Counter-Security, mentioned in an Order of Parliament of the 29th of May 1649, be paid out of the Two Parts of Recusants Estates under Sequestration for Recusancy;
And the Question being put, That this Question be now put;
The House was divided.
The Noes went forth.
|Sir Henry Vane,||Tellers for the Noes:||28.|
|Sir Gilbert Pickering,||With the Noes,|
|Sir Henry Mildmay,||Tellers for the Yeas:||23.|
|Sir John Hippisley,||With the Yeas,|
So it passed with the Negative.
Ordered, That it be referred to a Committee to consider of the Business touching the Sum of Five hundred Pounds, for which the Lady Hungerford is sued as Executrix of her late Husband, and mentioned in an Order of Parliament of the 29th of May 1649; and likewise of the Cases of any other Persons of the like Nature; and to examine the Truth of the several Cases; and to report their Opinion to the House, what is fit to be done therein: Viz. To Mr. Bond, Sir Henry Mildmay, Mr. Nevill, Mr. Ralegh, Colonel Dove, Mr. Garland, Mr. Corbett, Major General Harrison, Lord General, Sir Gilbert Pickering, Mr. Aldworth, Earl of Salisbury, Colonel Norton, Mr. Hussey, Colonel Bennett, Mr. Ash, Mr. Smyth, Colonel Pyne, Colonel Harvey, Sir John Bourchier, Colonel Lassells, Mr. Allein, Mr. Scott, Alderman Pennington, Alderman Atkins, Mr. Edwards, Colonel Ingoldsby, Sir Peter Wentworth, Sir Arthur Hesilrig, Mr. John Goodwyn, Mr. Mackworth; or any Five of them; to meet on Tuesday, at Two of the Clock in the Afternoon, in the Speaker's Chamber; and so de die in diem.
Ordered, That the Case of the Executors of Colonel Pickering, concerning his Accompts and Arrears due to him, be referred to the Committee of the Army, to consider how the same may be satisfied; and report their Opinion to the House.
Committee for Petitions.
Ordered, That Mr. Ralegh do make his Report, from the Committee for Petitions, on Thursday Three Weeks.
The House being informed, that divers Officers of Ireland were at the Door;
Resolved, That the Officers of Ireland be called in.
They were called in, accordingly.
And Sir Hardres Waller, being come to the Bar, made a short Preamble, That he, and the other Gentlemen with him, were commanded, by the rest of the Officers in Ireland, to attend the Parliament, upon Two Particulars: First, Touching the Proposals; the other, Touching one of the Commissioners of the Parliament in Ireland: And did thereupon deliver a Paper: Which, after they were withdrawn, was read; and was directed, To the Parliament of the Commonwealth of England; and intituled, "The humble Representation of the Officers of their Army in Ireland."
Resolved, by the Parliament, That this Debate be taken up on Tuesday Morning next, the first Business; nothing to intervene.
Sir H. Waller.
Ordered, That Mr. Speaker do present to the House the Business touching Sir Hardres Waller, on Thursday Morning next.
Ordered, That the Committee, to whom the Bill for Settling of Ireland is committed, be enjoined to meet this Afternoon; and so de die in diem; and give an Account thereof to the House, with all convenient Speed.
Grant for Navy.
Mr. Allein reports from the Commissioners of the Parliament for inspecting the Treasuries;
UPON Consideration of the pressing Necessities of Monies for the Navy, and of an Account from Mr. John Burradle, Cashier for the Monies coming in upon the Sale of Delinquents Estates, the 14th of February Instant; whereby it appears, That of the Fourteen thousand Four hundred Forty-six Pounds Fifteen Shillings and Six-pence, reported to the Parliament to be in the Treasurer's Hands for the said Lands, the 9th of November last, there remains the Sum of Two thousand Four hundred Forty-six Pounds Fifteen Shillings and Six-pence: And of the Monies coming in upon the Additional Act for Sale of Delinquents Estates, intituled, An Act for further doubling the Sum of One hundred thousand Pounds, upon an Act, intituled, An Act for Sale of several Lands and Estates forfeited to the Commonwealth for Treason, the Sum of Eleven thousand Six hundred Thirty-eight Pounds Nineteen Shillings and Six-pence: It is Ordered, That it be humbly offered to the Parliament, that they will please to give Order, that, as well the said Sums of Two thousand Four hundred Forty-six Pounds Fifteen Shillings and Six-pence, and Eleven thousand Six hundred Thirty-eight Pounds Nineteen Shillings and Six pence, as also all other Monies that shall be further received upon the said Additional Act for Doubling the said Sum of One hundred thousand Pounds, not already disposed by the Parliament, may be appointed for the Use of the Navy.
Resolved, by the Parliament, That the Sum of Two thousand Four hundred Forty-six Pounds Fifteen Shillings and Six-pence, Part of the Fourteen thousand Four hundred Forty-six Pounds Fifteen Shillings and Six-pence, reported to the Parliament to be in the Treasurer's Hands, of the Monies come in upon Sales of Delinquents Estates; and also the Sum of Eleven thousand Six hundred Thirty-eight Pounds Nineteen Shillings and Six-pence; and all such other Sums of Money as are come in, or shall come in, upon the additional Act for Sale of Delinquents Estates, intituled, An Act for further Doubling the Sum of One hundred Thousand Pounds upon an Act, intituled, An Act for Sale of several Lands and Estates forfeited to the Commonwealth for Treason (not already disposed of by Parliament), be and are hereby appointed to go for the Use of the Navy: And that the same be issued out, according to former Directions of Parliament, for that Use, accordingly.