Journal of the House of Lords: Volume 4, 1629-42. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1767-1830.
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Die Jovis, videlicet, 25 die Februarii.
Lady Moulson's Cause to be heard on Monday.
Countess of Exeter's Bill.
Committee for the Breach of the Pacification at Berwick.
Message to the H.C. about E. of Strafford's Answer.
L. Keeper to deliver a Copy of his Answer.
In the mean Time, the House appointed that the Lord Keeper should, at the Conference, deliver the Copy of the Earl of Strafford's Answer, and the Original to examine the Copy by; and afterwards to return the Original to remain here, as by Right it ought.
Ordered, That Mr. Foxlie, a Minister, having been committed by Warrant from the Privy Council, without any Cause shewn, be released, and set at Liberty from his Imprisonment, and have Liberty to preach and exercise his Ministry.
Petition of the Inhabitants of Covent Garden versus St. Martin's Parish.
Judges that go the Circuits, discharged Attendance upon Committees.
Ordered, That such Judges as are appointed to go Circuit are discharged from their Attendance upon Committees until they return again; and the Lord Keeper appointed to nominate others to supply their Places.
Sir Peirce Crosby and Sir Da. Fowle to be heard.
None to croud near the Doors of this House;
nor come to Committees, but Parties only.
Ordered, by the Lords in Parliament, That none shall presume to come where any Committee shall be sitting, but such as are Parties, Counsel, or Witnesses, in the Cause then in Hearing, upon Pain of Imprisonment.