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 Sabbati, videlicet, 22 die Martii,
Suppressing Disorders amongst Footmen, Pages, &c.
THE Lord Admiral signified unto the Lords, That his Grace hath heard of a great Insolency committed Yesterday against the Order of this House, concerning Footmen and Pages, which he now understands to be done by a Servant of his own; which if he had known sooner, he would have punished himself; and now he besought their Lordships, that the Punishment might be the severer, because it concerned his own Servants, as they may not seem to have any Protection from his Grace.
This Motion was well approved of; and the Examination and Censure thereof referred to the Lords Subcommittees for Privileges, etc. who meet this Afternoon on other Business. And the Lord Admiral promised to enquire which of his Servants it was that committed that Insolence, and to send him to the said Lords.
Lords introduced. E. of Southton.
This Day Thomas Earl of South'ton delivered unto the Clerk his First Writ of Summons to Parliament, which beareth Date, apud Westm. 21 die Martii, Anno Regni Regis Caroli Tertio; and his Lordship sat next below the Earl of Bedd.
E. of Bristol.
John Earl of Bristol was this Day brought into the House, in his Parliament Robes, between the Earls of Essex and Leicester; the Gentleman Usher and Garter only going before; and was placed next to the Place of William Earl of Denbigh.
Committee to attend the King with the Petition for a Fast.
The Lord President reported, That the Lord Admiral and himself did Yesterday attend the King about the Petition for a Fast, according to the Directions of the House; and that His Majesty had appointed Two of the Clock this Afternoon for Delivery of the said Petition unto Him, in the Privy Chamber at Whitehall, by such a Number as it shall please their Lordships.
Message to the H. C. to acquaint them with it.
The Lords, having named their Committee of Twelve, sent a Message of this Report, and of the Number of their Committee, unto the Commons, by Mr. Serjeant Damport and Mr. Attorney. The Commons answered, They will be ready accordingly, with a proportionable Number of their House.
L. Bp. of Winton.
L. Bp. of Norwich.
L. Bp. of Rochester.
L. Bp. of Co. et Lich.
Barony of Clifford.
The House being this Day called by the Clerk's Book, and Henry the Son and Heir Apparent of Francis now Earl of Cumb'land (who received his Writ of Summons this Parliament) being called, though absent, and ranked in the Place pretended to be due to the ancient Barons of Clifford; the House was moved, That this might be no Way prejudicial unto the Claim and Right of Anne Countess Dowager of Dorsett, the Daughter and sole Heir of George late Earl of Cumb'land, deceased; and also that the same may not be prejudicial unto the Right and Claim of the Lord Abergavenny, nor of any other; which the House Ordered accordingly.
The House called.
The Lord Brudnell, absent, and sent his Proxy.
The Lord Harvy, is in Town.
Lord Craven, is extra regnum.
Lord Carleton, is extra regnum.
Lord Vere, is extra regnum.
Lord Robertes, is coming up.
Lord Deyncourte, hath sent his Proxy.
Lord Brooke, hath Leave to be absent, and will send his Proxy.
Lord Stanhope of Shel. hath Leave to be absent, and will send his Proxy.
Lord Arundell of Wardour, hath sent his Proxy.
Lord Petre, hath Leave to be absent, and sent his Proxy.
Lord Stanhope of Harrington.
Lord Wootton, not excused.
Lord Evre, hath Leave to be absent, and will send his Proxy.
Lord Cromewell, extra regnum.
Lord St. John of Basinge.
Lord Dudley, hath Leave to be absent, and will send his Proxy.
Lord Morley and Mount. hath Leave to be absent, and sent his Proxy.
Lord Berkley, extra regnum.
Lord Strange, is coming up.
Lord Audley, extra regnum.
Lord Abergavenny, is sick.
Lord Clifford, is coming up.
Lord Bishop of St. Asaph, hath Leave to be absent, and hath sent his Proxy.
Lord Bishop of Bath and Wells, is lame.
Lord Bishop of Lincoln, will come shortly.
Lord Bishop of Chester, is sick.
Lord Bishop of Chichester, hath Leave to be absent, and hath sent his Proxy.
Lord Bishop of Bangor, hath Leave to be absent, and hath sent his Proxy.
Lord Bishop of Worcester, hath Leave to be absent, and hath sent his Proxy.
Lord Bishop of Peterborough, hath Leave to be absent, and sent his Proxy.
Lord Bishop of London, is sick.
Lord Archbishop of Yorke, hath Leave, etc. and sent his Proxy, which shall be returned to the House.
Lord Archbishop of Cant. is coming up.
Lord Viscount Newarke, hath Leave to be absent, and will send his Proxy.
Lord Viscount Conway, in Town.
Lord Viscount Savage, hath Leave to be absent, and sent his Proxy.
Lord Viscount Wimbleton, is sick.
Lord Viscount Tunbridge, the Small Pox is in his House, and therefore forbears to come as yet.
Lord Viscount Purbecke.
Lord Viscount Mountague, is sick.
Earl of Peterborough.
Earl of Sunderland, hath Leave to be absent, and sent his Proxy.
Earl Rivers, is sick, hath Leave to be absent, and will send his Proxy.
Earl of Danby, hath Leave to be absent, and sent his Proxy.
Earl of Mulgrave, is sick.
Earl of Banbury, hath Leave to be absent, and will send his Proxy.
Earl of Holland, is sick,
Earl of Denbigh, is employed in His Majesty's Service.
Earl of Carlile.
Earl of Cambridge, in Scotland.
Earl of Bath, hath Leave to be absent, and sent his Proxy.
Earl of Huntingdon.
Earl of Cumberland, hath Leave to be absent, and will send his Proxy.
Earl of Rutland.
Earl of Shrewsbury, hath Leave to be absent, and sent his Proxy.
Earl of Northumb'land, hath Leave to be absent, and sent his Proxy.
Earl of Oxon, extra regnum.
Marquis of Winchester.
Earl of Marleborough, Lord Treasurer.
E. of Banbury's Precedency.
The House being moved to take into their Consideration whether the Precedency granted to the Earl of Banbury, before some other of ancienter Creation, were not prejudicial to the Rights and Inheritance of the Peers of this Kingdom; it is referred to the Committee for Privileges, etc. to consider thereof, and report their Opinions to the House.
Rendering Arms serviceable.
|All the Lords Lieutenants of the Shires.||
Lord Chief Justice,
Lord Chief Baron,
Mr. Attorney General,
Mr. Serjeant Damport,
To attend the Lords.
Increase of Trade.
L. Great Chamberlain.
E. of Herteford.
E. of Suff.
E. of Warwicke.
L. Viscount Say et S.
L. Bp. of Winton.
L. Bp. of Norwich.
L. Bp. of Sarum.
L. Bp. of Exceter.
Ld. Delawarr Privilege. Willoughby arrested.
Upon the Petition of Thomas Willoughby, Gentleman, Servant to the Lord Delawarr, who was arrested the very next Day after the Dissolution of the last Parliament, contrary to the Privileges of this House; it is Ordered, That the Serjeant at Arms do bring before the Lords the Body of Robert Wright and John Wright, who made the said Arrest, and of John Coole, the Creditor who procured the same, to answer their Contempt.