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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DIE Sabbati, videlicet, 16 Februarii,
Proceres tam Spirituales quam Temporales, quorum nomina subsequuntur, presentes fuerunt:
Dux Somerset, totius Anglie Protector, etc.
HODIE 1a vice lecta est Billa, against the making, writing, printing, selling, or casting abroad, slanderous Bills, or Books, without the Authors Names be set unto them.
Lord Thomas Haward, &c.
Eodem die, 2a vice lecta est Billa, for the Assurance of certain Lands, by the Lord Thomas Hawarde and Elizabeth his Wife, to Thomas Hawarde and Frauncis Hawarde, their Sons.
Eodem die, 3a vice lecta est Billa, for the Abstinence from Flesh the Fridays, Lent, and other Days prohibited, que communi omnium Procerum Assensu conclusa est.
Eodem die, 2a vice lecta est Billa, touching the taking of Warrens of Coneys to farm.
Eodem die, 2 vice lecta est Billa, for the Attainder of Sir William Sherington.
Billa, for the Marriage of Priests, commissa Episcopis Elien. et West. Domino Chief Baron, Magistro Marven, et Attornato Regis.
Bulmer, Carewe, Weston,
Hodie allate a Domo Communi 9 Bille: quarum,
Four several Bills for the Restitution in Blood of Sir Rause Bulmer, Mr. Frauncis Carewe, Mr. Henry Weston, and Mr. Edward Charleton.
5a, Touching Privy Contracts.
Dutchy of Lancaster. Ex.
6a, Touching the Exposition of a Proviso made Anno Primo Edwardi Sexti, touching the Dutchy of Lancaster.
7a, For the giving of Lands to the Finding of Schools.
8a, For the uniting of Churches in the City of Stanforde.
9a, For the enlarging of the Liberties of the City of Excetre.
Dominus Cancellarius continuavit presens Parliamentum usque in diem Lune prox. hora nona.
This Day, upon the reading of the Lord Thomas Haward's Bill, for as much as the Matter touched his Wife, to whom the Inheritance of the Land did appertain, it was ordained, at the Motion of the Earl of Arundell, That, the next Day, the Lady Hawarde should have Warning to appear in the House, before the Lords, to declare there frankly, whether she were content with such Matter as was contained in the said Bill, concerning the appointing of certain Lands to the said Lord Thomas Hawarde, and her two youngest Sons, after the Decease of the said Lord Thomas, with Liberty to make their Wives Jointures of the same.