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 28th of September, 1653.
Equality in Taxes.
High Court of Justice.
|Mr. Broughton,||Tellers for the Yeas:||28.|
|Mr. Bowtell,||With the Yeas,|
|Mr. Squibb,||Tellers for the Noes:||32.|
|Mr. Barebone,||With the Noes,|
Leave of Absence.
Petition from Southampton.
They were called in: And being come to the Bar, after a short Preamble, they presented a Petition: Which, after they were withdrawn, was read; and was intituled, The humble Petition of many of the Well-affected of the County of Southampton, and Town and County thereof.
The Petitioners were again called in: And Mr. Speaker, by Command of the House, did return them this Answer: That the House doth give Thanks to them for their good Affections to the Parliament; and that the Business of the Petition is now under Consideration: And that the House will do therein as God shall direct them.
Hullenberch's &c. Nat.
Resolved, That a Bill be brought in for naturalizing Philip Hullenberch, Charles Gootens, John Rossett, John Hullenberch, David de Maecht, and Paul Vandensteen: And that Sir Gilbert Pickering, Mr. Sadler, Sir Anthony Ashley Cooper, Mr. Strickland, Mr. Carew, Colonel Sidenham, Alderman Titchborne, Alderman Ireton, Mr. Clark, Mr. Barbone, or any Three of them, are to prepare a Bill for that Purpose; and present it to the House.
Resolved, That it be referred to the same Committee, to put in the Names of the Children of Mr. John Tracy; and also the Names of the Children of Mr. Henry Lawrence, and Mr. Philip Nye, into this Bill, to be naturalized.