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 Martis, 2 die Julii.
Messages from H. C. with Bills.
2. "An Act for confirming a Sale, made by Sir Thomas Prestwich and others, of the Manor of Holme, and certain Lands, in the Parish of Manchester, in the County of Lancaster, unto Sir Edward Mosely Baronet."
3. "An Act for Reparation and Satisfaction to be made unto John Lord St. John of Basing, Earl of Wilts, and Marquis of Winchester, out of the Manors and Lands of Robert Wallop Esquire, for the Sum of Ten Thousand Pounds, heretofore granted unto him, by the then pretended Parliament, out of the said Marquis of Winchester's Estate."
Bill to confirm Public Acts.
L. Grey, and
And all the Lords that lie in Whitehall.
Sir Ed. Turner & al. Petition, about Reversions of Places in London.
Upon reading the Petition of Sir Edward Turnor Speaker of the House of Commons, Gilbert Gerard, Benjamin Hoskins, and other Persons of Quality, concerning their Reversions of several Places and Offices within the City of London:
It is ORDERED, That a Copy of the said Petition, together with this Order, shall be delivered to the Lord Mayor and Court of Aldermen of the said City of London; who are to return an Answer in Writing to the said Petition into this House, between the Date hereof and Wednesday Sevennight, that thereby their Lordships may proceed therein as they shall see Cause.
E. of Derby and his Purchasers.
ORDERED, That the Cause between the Earl of Derby and the Purchasers of some of his Lordship's Lands shall be heard on Saturday the 6th of this Instant July, at which Time all Persons any Way concerned are to appear accordingly; and that an Order do issue out, for the summoning of such Witnesses whose Names shall be given to the Clerk of the Parliament.
Marq. of Worcester, Privilege.
Upon the Petition of Edward Marquis of Worcester; shewing, "That he having contracted many Debts in the Service of His late Majesty's Wars, and some of his Creditors have obtained Judgements against his Estate, and are now extending his Lands, being contrary to the Privilege of Parliament, he being a Peer of this Realm:"
It is ORDERED, That there shall be no further Proceedings, by any of the Marquis of Worcester's said Creditors, against him, during the Time of the Privilege of this Parliament: And hereof all Counsel, Attornies, and Solicitors, herein employed, or to be employed, are to take Notice, and yield Obedience to this Order, as the contrary will be answered to this House.