Journal of the House of Commons: Volume 8, 1660-1667. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1802.
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Veneris, 7 Junii, 13° Car. Regis.
Mr. Street made Report from the Committee to whom the Bill for Uniting the Parsonages of St. Andrews and Witton St. Mary, in Droytwich in Worcestershire, was committed, several Amendments to be made in the said Bill.
And the First Amendment, being in the Second Line of the Second Page,-that, after the Words "Four Pence," there should be added, "or thereabouts;" the same being twice read, and put to the Question, was agreed upon.
And the Second Amendment, being in the Fifth Line of the same Page, that, after the Words "Six Pounds," there should be added, "or thereabouts;" the same being twice read, and put to the Question, was also agreed upon.
And the Third Amendment, being in the Thirteenth Line of the same Page, that, after the Word "for," there should be added, "St. Mary;" and that after the Word "Witton," there should be left out, "St. Mary;" the same being twice read, and put to the Question, was likewise agreed upon.
And the Fourth Amendment, being that in the Fourteenth Line of the same Page, there should be the same Alteration; the same was, in like manner, twice read; and, being put to the Question, was agreed upon.
And it was Resolved, That the said Bill for the Uniting the Parsonages of St. Andrews and Witton St. Mary, in Droytwich in Worcestershire, with the Amendments aforesaid, be ingrossed.
A Bill to enable Algernoon Peyton, Dr. of Divinity, to make Sale of Part of his Lands for Payment of Debts, was this Day read the First time.
Resolved, upon the Question, That this Bill be read again, the Second time, on this Day Sevennight.
Ordered, That Dean of Westminster, and Mr. Thomas Greenfeild, Lecturer at Lincolnes Inn, be desired, from this House, to preach, the one of them in the Forenoon, and the other in the Afternoon, on Wednesday next, being the Day of Humiliation appointed by his Majesty, at St. Margaret's Church in Westminster; and if Mr. Dean's Occasions will not permit him, then Dr. Hardy is desired, from this House, to preach in his Turn: And Mr. Pryn is desired to acquaint Mr. Greenfeild with the Desires of the House: And Mr. Edward Smith is desired to acquaint the Dean of Westminster therewith; and if he cannot perform that Duty, then to acquaint Dr. Hardy.
Conference desired with Lords.
Ordered, That a free Conference be desired with the Lords, upon the Subject-matter of the last free Conference: And Sir Thomas Meres is to go up to the Lords, To-morrow Morning, to desire the said free Conference.
Chambers' &c. Estate.
Ordered, That a Bill enabling Henry Chambers, Executor of John Chambers, William Wharton, who married the Executrix of William Barret, John Clay, Executor of Hercules Clay, to raise and levy the Sum of Two thousand Six hundred and Ninety Pounds, and Damages, out of the Manors, Lands, Tenements, Hereditaments, and Possessions, of Colonel John Hutchinson, be read To-morrow Morning.
A Bill to enable the Trustees of Henry Nevill Esquire to sell certain Manors, Lands, and Tenements, in the Counties of Yorke and Leicester, for Payment of his and his Son William Nevill's Debts, was this Day read the First time.
Resolved, That this Bill be read again, the Second time on this Day Sevennight.
Ordered, That the Town of Wells in Norfolk have Liberty to bring in a Bill for the Repair of the Key.
Earl of Dorset's Estate.
A Bill, ingrossed, sent down from the Lords, for settling the Manors of Knoll, Seale, and Kempsing, in the County of Kent, upon the Earl of Dorsett, and his Heirs, and charging the Manor of Bexhill, and the Manor or Farm of Cowding, and other Lands, in the County of Sussex, with a Rent-charge of One hundred and Thirty Pounds per Annum, in lieu thereof, was this Day read the First time.
Resolved, That this Bill be read again, the Second time, on this Day Sevennight.
Grant to the King.
A Bill for a free and voluntary Present to his Majesty, being brought in by Mr. Solicitor General, according to an Order of the Thirtieth of May last, was this Day read the First time.
Resolved, That this Bill be read again, the Second time, To-morrow Morning.
Clergy's temporal Jurisdiction.
The Bill for the Repeal of an Act of Parliament, intituled, An Act for disenabling all Persons in Holy Orders to exercise any temporal Jurisdiction or Authority, was this Day read the Second time.
And the said Act for disabling all Persons in Holy Orders to exercise any temporal Jurisdiction or Authority, was also read.
And the Question being put, That the said Bill for Repeal thereof should be referred to a Committee of the whole House;
The same passed in the Negative: And
Resolved, That the same be committed to Sir Henry Worsley, Sir John Holland, Serjeant Charleton, Sir Roger Bradshaw, Sir Solomon Swale, Sir Allan Apsley, Mr. Asburnham, Sir Robert Howard, Sir Edward Seymor, Mr. Wm. Sandys, Mr. Edward Phillips, Mr. Secretary Morris, Lord Bruce, Sir Phillip Warwick, Sir Anthony Cope, Mr. Lewes Palmer, Sir James Smith, Mr. Vice Chamberlain, Sir Rich. Ford, Lord Richardson, Mr. Clifton, Sir John Vaughan, Serjeant Maynard, Sir Heneage Finch, Sir Tho. Fanshawe, Mr. Fane, Mr. Thurland, Mr. Chichley, Mr. Henry Coventrie, Lord Cornberie, Mr. Bulteele, Mr. Lawrence Hyde, Mr. Wren, Mr. Swinfein, Mr. Vaughan, Mr. Edward Smith, Sir Henry North, Sir John Denhum, Lord Brereton, Sir Wm. Compton, Sir John Roll, Sir Henry Herbert, Sir Thomas Meres, Sir John Walpoole, Mr. Hussey, Sir Thomas Allen, Sir Ralph Hare, Mr. Robert Phillips, Mr. Orme, Master of the Rolls, Mr. Swanton, Mr. Tucker, Sir Wm. Smith, Sir Allan Broderick, Sir Charles Harbord, Mr. Milward, Mr. Churchill, Mr. Street, Mr. Spencer, Sir John Covert, Lord Castleton, Sir Courtney Poole, Mr. Heath, Sir John Goodrick, Mr. Wm. Lowther, Sir John Strangwayes, Sir George Reeve, Mr. Crouch, Sir Adrian Scroope, Sir Clement Fisher, Mr. Hungerford, Sir Thomas Smith, Sir Lancelot Lake, Sir Wm. Hickman, Mr. Samuell Sandys, Mr. Knight, Mr. Biscawen, Sir Wm. Dolman, Mr. Jeffrey Palmer, Mr. Clifford, Lord Ancram, Mr. Trelawney, Mr. Wm. Harbord, Mr. Samuell Sandys junior, Sir John Talbot, Sir Thomas Ingram, Sir Robert Atkins, Mr. Denny Asburnham, Mr. Goodrick, Mr. Stafford, Mr. Tomkins, Mr. Pryn, Sir Edmond Perise, Dr. Craddock, Mr. Giles Strangwayes, Sir Robert Holt, Sir Humpher Winch, Lord Le de Spencer, Mr. Lucy, Mr. Coryton, Sir Thomas Peyton, Mr. Potter, Lord St. John, Lord Cavendish, Mr. Aldworth, Sir John Nicholas, Sir Thomas Fanshaw junior, Lord Ossory, Mr. Wm. Coventry, Sir Thomas Strickland, Mr. George Mountague, Sir Francis Clerke, Mr. Darcy, Sir George Fletcher, Sir John Barrington, Sir Thomas Leigh, Mr. Newton alias Puckring, Sir Nicholas Crisp, Mr. Jonathan Trelawey, Mr. Glascock, Mr. Chetwind, Lord Mansfeild, Sir Richard Onslow, Mr. Nicholas, Sir Phillip Musgrave, Mr. Musgrave, Mr. James Herbert, Lord Richard Builer, Mr. Tho. Coventrie, Mr. Wm. Mountague, Mr. Yorke, Mr. Noell, Sir Gilbert Ireland, Mr. Comptroller, Sir Humphry * *, Sir Henry Newton alias Puckring, Mr. John Newton, Mr. Stanley, Serjeant Kecling, Lord Buckhurst: And they are to meet in this House on Monday next, at Two of the Clock in the Afternoon: And to send for Persons, Papers, and Records: And all the Members of this House, who shall be present at the said Committee, are to have Votes thereat.
A Message from the Lords, by Sir William Child and Sir Justinian Lewyn, Two of the Masters of Chancery;
Mr. Speaker, The Lords do here send you a Bill for restoring of Thomas Radclife Esquire, to all his Lands and Possessions in England and Ireland: To which their Lordships desire the Concurrence of this House.
Members to be seated.
Ordered, That every Member that shall stand in the Passage of this House, and not betake themselves to their Seats, whilst the House is sitting, shall pay Twelve-pence to the Serjeant at Arms.
Confirming publick Acts.
Sir Thomas Meres reports from the Committee for publick Acts, a Bill for confirming of those publick Acts which were excluded out of the former Bill.
Ordered, The said Bill be read To-morrow Morning.
And then the House adjourned till Eight of the Clock To-morrow Morning.