Journal of the House of Lords: Volume 10, 1648-1649. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1767-1830.
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DIE Jovis, 23 die Novembris.
Cockaine to be relieved in his Composition.
Sir W. Button's Ordinance.
Answer from the H. C.
Dr. Benett and Mr. Hakewile went down with a Message to the House of Commons, with the said Ordinance and Petition; and likewise (fn. 1) they carried down with them a Petition of the Reduced Officers; and to desire their Concurrence with the Lords, about sending the Serjeants Ring to the King.
Lady Lingen's Petition.
James versus Lomax.
Letter to the King, about the Vote concerning Scotland.
A Letter brought in, read, and sent down by Dr. Benet and Mr. Hakewile to the House of Commons, for their Concurrence; which Letter is concerning the last Vote about Scotland, and to be sent to the King.
E. of Suffolk's Petition.
Junifer, and Geer and Henshaw.
Ordered, That Junifer be bailed, and attend this House; and that Mr. Geere and Mrs. Henshaw have a Copy of the Petition, and put in their Answer to it within Eight Days after Notice thereof given to the said Parties.
Disbanding Leicester Forces.
Worth released, on satisfying his Creditors.
Burgoyne and Smith.
Ordinance to settle the Militia.
Commissioners of the Great Seal to grant Briefs for Collections for Fire.
The Earl of Kent acquainted the House, "That divers Persons did petition the Commissioners of the Great Seal, to grant them Letters Patents, for Collection for Losses by Fire, in the same Mannet as the Lord Keeper was wont to do; and the Commissioners desired to know the Pleasure of this House therein."
Mrs. Fleming to have her Bonds, &c. delivered to her out of the Court of Wards.
Whereas it appeared, by Certificate from the Receiver of the late Court of Wards and Liveries, "That Margarett Fleming Widow, One of the Committees of the Body, and Lessees of the Lands, of Edward Fleming, under Age and in Ward, hath paid all Monies due from her to His Majesty; and therefore prayeth, That the Counterparts of the Indentures, and the Bonds thereunto annexed, wherein she and the other Lessee stands bound to His Majesty for performing the Covenants, may be delivered up unto her by the Clerk of the said Court, in whose Custody they remain:"