Journal of the House of Lords: Volume 1, 1509-1577. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1767-1830.
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Nono die Parliamenti.
MEMORANDUM, quod die Martis, vicesimo die Novembis, nono die Parliamenti, presuerunt Domini subscripti, videlicet.
Merchants of the Staple of Calais.
HODIE Billa concernens Mercatores Stapule Ville Calic. introducta est per Attornatum Regis, et copia cujusdam veteris Bille, que simul lecte fuerunt.
Item adductum a Domo Communi, per Nicholaum Vaux, et Thomam Huse, Milit. quoddam Memorandum in papiro, concernens quosdam Actus Parliamenti.
Item Dominus Cancellarius, propterea quod Domini Spirituales crastino die in Convocatione occupandi sunt, continuavit presens Parliamentum usque in diem Jovis.
Remembrancers for the Lords of the Parliament.
Memorandums for the House, touching Business to be done.
First, The Act of Apparell, with the Strictness and Circumstances of the same.
The Act of Labourers and Artificers.
Item, for the Act of Fynes and Avowres.
Item, there be certain Shiers overcharged, to the Prejudice of the high Collectors, by reason of overcasting the Sums.
Item, that certain Persons be double charged.
Item, for the Act of Decaying of Towns and Husbandry.
Item, for the Act of Clergy for Murderers in the Highways.
Item, for the Danger of all Penal Statutes.
Item, that Indentures for Knights of the Shires be brought into the Parliament House, as has been used in Time past.
Item, for such Places as be not yet certified.
Item, Quynborowe have brought in their Charter, whereby they would be discharged of this Subsidy.
Item, for the Act of Tenors.