Journal of the House of Lords: Volume 3, 1620-1628. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1767-1830.
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DIE Jovis, videlicet, 22 die Aprilis,
Domini tam Spirituales quam Temporales, quorum nomina subscribuntur, præsentes fuerunt:
p. Carolus Princes Walliæ, etc.
Bills from H. C.
MESSAGE from the Commons, by Sir Edward Cooke and others: That the House of Commons have sent to their Lordships Two Bills, one Public, the other Private.
1a, An Act for avoiding vexatious Delays, caused by removing Actions and Suits out of Inferior Courts.
2a, An Act for the Confirmation of the Assurance of certain Lands, sold by Sir Thomas Beamond, Knight and Baronet, Lord Viscount Beamond, of Swordes, in the Kingdom of Ireland, and Dame Elizabeth his Wife, unto Sir Thomas Cheeke, Knight.
Assurance of Lands to Sir Thomas Cheeke.
Hodie 1a vice lecta est Billa prædicta, concerning Sir Thomas Cheeke.
Jurati in causa Domini Thesaurarii:
To answer truly to such Interrogatories as shall be demanded by the House, or any Committee appointed by the House
Petition of the Officers of the Ordnance.
The Petition of divers Officers of the Ordnance was read; and committed unto
E. of Leicester.
L. Viscount: Walling ford.
L. Viscount Rochford.
L. Bp. of Durham.
L. Bp. of Bristol.
Mr. Serjeant Finch to attend.
To meet presently.
Hodie 3a vice lecta est Billa, An Act for the Naturalizing of Jane Murrey, Widow, and William Murrey, Esquire.
And, being put to the Question, was generally Assented unto.
Process of the Peace.
The Earl of Essex reported the Bill, An Act to prevent and punish the Abuses in procuring Process and Supersedeas of the Peace and Good Behaviour, out of His Majesty's Courts at Westm.; and to prevent the Abuses in procuring Writs of Certiorari out of the said Courts, for the removing of Indictments found before Justices of the Peace, in their General Sessions, as fit to pass.
Hodie 3a vice lecta est Billa prædicta; and, being put to the Question, (fn. 1) was generally Assented unto, and so Expedited.
Message to the Commons, for Conference concerning Recusants.
Message sent to the Commons, by Mr. Serjeant Davis and Sir William Birde: That the Lords desire a Meeting presently (if their Occasions will permit), in the Painted Chamber, between the former Committees, touching the Petition, which is to be delivered unto His Majesty, against Jesuits, and Seminary Priests, and Popish Recusants.
And these Three Bills were sent to the Commons, by the said Messengers: videlicet,
Manor of Little Munden to Woodhall.
1. An Act to enable and make good a Conveyance and Assurance of the Manor of Little Munden, in the County of Herteford, by Sir Peter Vanlore, Knight, Sir Charles Cæsar, Knight, and Dame Ann his Wife, to Edmund Woodhall and his Heirs; and to establish the said Manor upon the said Edmund Woodhall and his Heirs, according to the said Conveyance.
2. An Act for the Naturalizing of John Young, Doctor of Divinity, and Dean of the Cathedral Church of Winchester.
3. An Act for the Naturalizing of Jane Murrey, Widow, and William Murrey, Esquire.
Conference agreed to.
Answered: They will attend presently.
At their Lordships Return, they agreed to meet at Four in the Afternoon To-Morrow, at Whithall, to attend His Majesty with the said Petition.
Brewhouses in and about London.
Added to the Committee for Brewhouses. And the said Committee are to meet this Afternoon, at Two, in the Painted Chamber.
Dominus Custos Magni Sigilli declaravit præsens Parliamentum continuandum esse usque in diem Sabbati, videlicet, 24m diem instantis Aprilis, hora 92, Dominis sic decernentibus.