Journal of the House of Commons: Volume 7, 1651-1660. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1802.
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Monday, the 29th of August, 1659.
Tryals at Stafford.
ORDERED, That in the Act to make good Tryals which shall be had at Stafford on Friday the 8th of September 1659, as if the same had been tried on the 17th of August 1659, the Word "Eighth" be made "Ninth."
Mr. Say reports, from the Committee to whom the Petition of the Parish-Wardens, and several well-affected Inhabitants of the Parish of Buttolphe's without Bishopsgate, London, touching Mr. John Simpson's being restored to the Rectory of Buttolphe's, Bishopsgate, aforesaid, The State of the Case, touching the Interest of the said Mr. Sympson, and Mr. Samuell Lee, in the said Rectory.
|Lord Whitlock,||Tellers for the Yeas:||29.|
|Sir Peter Wentworth,||With the Yeas,|
|Colonel Bennett,||Tellers for the Noes:||18.|
|Mr. Marten,||With the Noes,|
Resolved, That this House doth agree with the Committee, That Mr. Simpson be restored to the Possession of the Rectory of Buttolphe's, Bishopsgate, London, according to the Order of the Committee for plundered Ministers, of the 17th of March 1651; and the Opinion of this Committee.
A Bill for the Raising of One hundred Twenty thousand Pounds by the Month, by way of Loan, upon England, Scotland, and Ireland; that is to say, upon England, Eighty-four thousand Pounds by the Month; upon Scotland, Fourteen thousand Four hundred Pounds by the Month; upon Ireland, One-and-twenty thousand Six hundred Pounds by the Month; together with the Grounds and Reasons thereof; was this Day read the First time.
"Providing that Satisfaction be made to Soldiers, Adventurers, Creditors, or other Persons, who have Right to be satisfied, out of forfeited Lands in Ireland, and are not satisfied, after the Adventurers and Soldiers be satisfied."
Resolved, That the Commissioners for the Militia, in the respective Counties, do forthwith take care, that all the Horse, Foot, and Dragoons, actually raised by them, or by Order of Parliament, or the Council of State, together with the County-Troops, be duly mustered: And that the said Commissioners be authorized and required to pay them off, for the time they have been, by the Authority aforesaid, in actual Service, as well out of the Ten Pounds paid, or to be paid, in lieu of Horse and Arms, charged in pursuance of the late Act for Settling the Militia, as out of any other Monies that have been raised upon the said Act; and that none of the said Horse, Foot, or Dragoons, be longer continued in actual Service, than the Council of State shall judge necessary for publick Safety; and shall give particular Order for to continue in actual Service, accordingly: And that the Council do give an Account to the Parliament, on Friday next, of all such as shall be for the present judged necessary to be continued.