Journal of the House of Commons: Volume 8, 1660-1667. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1802.
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Martis, 18 die Martii, 14 Car. Regis.
RESOLVED, upon the Question, by the Commons assembled in Parliament, That Mr. Henry Carpenter, the Chaplain of this House, for his good Services, be recommended from this House to his Majesty's special Grace and Favour, to be preferred to some Dignity in the Church.
Lady Wentworth's Nat.
Marq. of Winchester's Estate.
Resolved, That the Title of the said Bill, being intituled, An Act for confirming the Estate of John Marquis of Winchester, in certain Manors and Lands, whereof the Writings were burnt and lost at the Taking of the Castle of Bazing, be agreed to: And that the Bill be returned back to the Lords.
Bp. of London's Estate.
D. of Albemarle's Patent.
A Bill for Confirmation of certain Letters Patents made and to be made to the Right Noble George Duke of Albemarle, of several Honours, Manors, and Hereditaments, granted to him by his Majesty, was this Day read the Second time.
Resolved, upon the Question, That the said Bill be committed to Mr. Solicitor General, Mr. John Ashburneham, Lord Fanshaw, Mr. Birch, Sir Nicholas Crisp, Sir Thomas Gowre, Mr. Coventry, Sir James Smith, Mr. Greenvill, Sir Wm. Fleetwood, Sir John Brampston, Sir Francis Vincent, Mr. Scawen, Mr. William Sandys, Sir John Robinson, Mr. Gawdy, Colonel Phillips, Sir Wm. Lowther, Colonel Gilby, Mr. Crouch, Sir Edmond Pooley, Sir Lancelott Lake, Sir Richard Braham, Sir Thomas Strickland, Sir Thomas Bloodworth, Sir Phillip Musgrave, Sir Edmond Peirse, Dr. Rishton, Mr. Smith, Mr. Newport, Sir John Shaw, Lord Ancram, Mr. Aldworth, Sir Henry Herbert, Mr. Churchill, Colonel Strangwayes, Lord Bruce, Sir Anthony Irby, Sir Thomas Ingram, Sir Baynham Throckmorton, Colonel Kirkby, Mr. Mountague, Colonel Reames, Sir Thomas Stewkley, Mr. Seymour, Sir Thomas Allen, Sir John Goodrick, Sir William Doyley, Colonel Sandys, Mr. Clifford, Sir Richard Browne, Sir Clifford Clifton, Colonel Windham, Sir Solomon Swale, Mr. Culleford, Mr. Chetwind, Mr. Vaughan, Sir Richard Onslow, Mr. Whorwood, Mr. Clerk, Sir Richard Ford, Colonel Bishop, Sir Edmond Pye, Sir Henry North, Sir Gilbert Ireland, Colonel Shakerley, Sir Edward Massey, Lord Brereton, Mr. Jones, Mr. William Coventry, Sir George Ryve; Mr. Phillips: And all the Members of this House, that come to the said Committee, to have Voices thereat: And they are to meet in the Star Chamber this Afternoon, at Two of the Clock: And to send for Persons, Papers and Records: And to peruse the Letters Patents granted by his Majesty to the said Lord Duke of Albemarle; and to hear all Parties concerned; and to sit de die in diem, to the End they may expedite this Business; and make their Report therein with all the Speed they can.
Duty on Iron.
The Question being put, That the House, according to the Order made Yesterday, do resume the Debate of the Matter upon the Report of the Committee to which the Petition of several Persons, who now are, or formerly were, experienced in the making of English Iron, was committed;
Difference between Members.
Ordered, That the Difference between Mr. Marvell and Mr. Clifford, Two Members of this House, be referred to Mr. Speaker, to examine; and, to that End, to hear Mr. Scott, another Member of this House, who was present when this Difference did happen; and to mediate and reconcile the same between them if he can; or else to report it to the House, with his Opinion therein.
London, &c. Streets.
Sir Robert Howard reports from the Committee to which the Bill for repairing and maintaining the Streets and Highways in and near the Cities of London and Westminster, and Parts adjacent, several Amendments to the said Bill, which he read, with the Coherence, in the Bill; and after, delivered in the same, at the Clerk's Table.
And the Amendments being read twice; and some Alterations, upon the Question, agreed to be made thereto; and being made accordingly; and a Proviso touching the removing of Nuisances, being, by Direction of the House, brought in; and twice read; and agreed to; and the other Amendments being, upon the Question, agreed to;