Journal of the House of Lords: Volume 2, 1578-1614. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1767-1830.
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DIE Lunæ, videlicet, 15 Junii:
HODIE 2a vice lecta est Billa, An Act for the Confirmation of all Letters Patents and Grants to be made by the King's Majesty, of any Copyhold Lands or Tenements, Parcel of any His Highness's Manors.
And was referred to Committees: videlicet,
|Lord Chief Baron,||To attend the Lords.|
|Mr. Baron Snigg,|
|Mr. Baron Altham,|
|Mr. Serjeant Crooke,|
|Sir Matthew Carew,|
|Sir Edward Stanhope,|
|Sir Richard Swale,|
Appointed to meet at the Painted Chamber, upon Thursday next, the 18th of this Instant June, by Eight in the Morning. The Bill delivered to the Lord Treasurer.
To prohibit going into Foreign Countries, and the Exportation of Gold.
Hodie allata est Billa a Domo Communi, presented by Sir Henry Hubbard and others:
An Act for Restraint of going into Foreign Countries, and for Restraint of exporting of Gold and Silver out of this Realm.
And a Message also delivered by the said Sir John Hubbard, to this Effect:
Abolition of Hostilities and Animonities between England and Scotland.
That whereas the Lords that were Committees for the Conference with the Lower House, upon the Bill for Abolition of Hostile Laws, did propose certain Doubts, and desired that they would clear the said Doubts by some Answer from the Lower House, they now signify, That they are ready for Answer; and therefore, when it please the Lords to appoint Time, they will be in Readiness, and the rather because the Answer will be short.
Answer, That the Lords that are of the said Committee are willing to meet this Afternoon, at the usual Place and Time; and withall, because there may be Occasion of sending a Message to them this Morning concerning some other Matter, the Lords desire that they will continue their Sitting somewhat the longer in the House for that Cause.
Message from the Lords, by Sir Edward Stanhope and Mr. Dr. Hone:
Grievances in the Spanish Trade.
That the Lords are willing this Afternoon to give them Answer, touching the Matter of the Merchants Petition and Articles of the supposed Wrongs of the Spaniard; and the rather, because they think the Time will serve after the other Business concerning the Bill of Hostile Laws.
Answer, That they will give Meeting for both those Matters, at the Time and Place prefixed.
Dominus Cancellarius continuavit præsens Parliamentum usque in diem crastinum, videlicet, 16m Junii, hora 9a.