Journal of the House of Lords: Volume 11, 1660-1666. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1767-1830.
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DIE Lunæ, 10 die Decembris.
Answer from H. C.
Dr. Chylde and Mr. Glascocke returned with this Answer to the Message sent to (fn. 1) the House of Commons:
Vantethusen & al. Nat. Bill.
Bill to attaint the Murderers of the late King.
Message from H. C. with a Bill and an Order.
Orders for Payment of Monies: Symball's
Next, the House took into Consideration the several Orders for Payment of Monies, brought from the House of Commons; as, Mr. Peck's, Sir Thomas Dacres', Major General Langherne's, Anthony Buller', and Henry Sylball's, which were all read, and considered of; and the Order for paying One Thousand Three Hundred Eightyseven Pounds, Eighteen Shillings, and Ten Pence, to Henry Symballs: (Here enter it.) And, upon the Question, Resolved, To agree with the House of Commons therein.
Next, the Order for Payment (fn. 2) of Three Thousand Four Hundred Thirty-six Pounds, Sixteen Shillings, to Anthony Buller, was read: (Here enter it.) And, upon the Question, Resolved, To agree with the House of Commons therein.
Protest against them.
Sir T. Dacres' Order for Money.
Message to H. C. about these Orders.
To let them know, that their Lordships have agreed with them in the Orders for paying Monies to Mr. Symball, Anthony Buller, and Rowland Langherne, as they were brought; and that their Lordships have passed the Order concerning Mr. Pecke and Sir Thomas Dacres, with some Amendments, wherein their Concurrence is desired.
Bill to annex Dunkirk, &c.
Bill for Relief of the Poor, &c.
Order for an Allowance for Dunkirk.
"ORDERED, by the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, That the Sum of Twelve Hundred Pounds a Week shall be paid to Colonel Edward Harley, Governor of Dunkerke, upon Account of the Garrison of Dunkerke, from the Sixth Day of November last, until the Five and Twentieth Day of December Instant, and paid out of the Moiety of the Excise of Ale and Beer, for the Maintenance of the said Garrison.
Order for 1387£. 18s. 10d. for Symball.
"That the Sum of One Thousand Three Hundred Eighty-seven Pounds, Eighteen Shillings, Ten Pence, Part of One Thousand Five Hundred Fifty-six Pounds, Eight Shillings, Ten Pence, heretofore charged, by Warrant from the late Council of State, bearing Date the 11th of April, 1660, on the Receipt of Exchequer, and payable there, out of the Proceed of the Post-offices, to Henry Simball, for Provisions by him sent to Dunkerke, be transferred from the said Receipt of Exchequer, and charged on the Receipt of Excise arising by Foreign Commodities imported, and paid to the said Henry Simball, or his Assigns, in Course, after the other Sums satisfied, which, by Order of this Parliament, are charged on the Receipt of Excise: And the Commissioners of the Excise are hereby impowered and required to pay the same accordingly; and the Acquittance of the said Henry Simball, or his Assigns, testifying his or their Receipt thereof, shall be to the said Commissioners of Excise a sufficient Warrant and Discharge."
Order for 3436 £. 16s. 10d. for Col. Buller.
"That the Sum of Three Thousand Four Hundred Thirty-six Pounds, Sixteen Shillings, Ten Pence, be, and hereby is, charged on the Receipt of Excise arising by Foreign Commodities imported, and paid to Colonel Anthony Buller, or his Assigns, in Course, next after the Sums shall be satisfied which have been charged on the Receipt of Excise by Order of this Parliament: And the Commissioners for the Excise are impowered and required to satisfy the same accordingly; and this Order, with the Acquittance of the said Colonel Buller, or his Assigns, testifying the Receipt thereof, shall be to the said Commissioners a sufficient Warrant and Discharge."
Order for 3000 £. for Langherne.
"That the Demands of Rowland Langherne Esquire, for the Arrears mentioned in his Petition, shall in due Time be taken into Consideration; and that, for his present Supply, and towards Satisfaction of the said Arrears, the Sum of Three Thousand Pounds be charged on the Receipts arising by the Excise of Foreign Commodities imported, and paid to the said Rowland Langherne, or his Assigns, in Course, after the other Sums shall be satisfied, which by former Orders of this Parliament are charged on the Receipt of Excise: And the Commissioners of Excise are impowered and required to pay the same accordingly; and this Order, together with the Acquittance of the said Rowland Langherne, or his Assigns, testifying the Receipt thereof, shall be to the said Commissioners a sufficient Warrant and Discharge."
Order for taking up the Bodies of Cromwell, Ireton, Bradshaw, and Pride, and burying them under the Gallows.
"ORDERED, by the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, That the Carcases of Oliver Cromwell, Henry Ireton, John Bradshawe, Thomas Pride, whether buried in Westminster Abby or elsewhere, be with all Expedition taken up, and drawn upon a Hurdle to Tyburne, and there hanged up in their Coffins for some Time, and after that buried under the said Gallows; and that James Norfolke Esquire, Serjeant at Arms attending the House of Commons, do take Care that this Order be put in effectual Execution, by the Common Executioner for the County of Midd. and all such others to whom it shall respectively appertain, who are required in their several Places to conform to and observe this Order with Effect: And the Sheriff of Midd. is to give his Assistance herein, as there shall be Occasion. And the Dean of Westminster is desired to give Directions to his Officers of the Abbey, to be assistant in the Execution of this Order."