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 Lunæ, videlicet, 6 die Decembris.
Convoy of Arms to Chester for Ireland.
The Lord Chamberlain reported to this House, That he had moved the King, that the Sheriffs of the several Counties, through which the Carts laden with Arms are to pass, may be commanded to guard them to West Chester; and His Majesty is willing, according to the Desires of both Houses, to give Way thereunto."
Hereupon it is Ordered, That the Sheriffs in the Counties through which the said Carts and Waggons are to pass shall, in their several Precincts, guard and convey the said Arms until they shall be safely arrived at the City of West Chester.
English and Scotch Commissioners to treat about the Irish Affairs.
Ordered, That the Lord Keeper shall move the King, That a Commission may be directed to the English Commissioners of both Houses, to give them Power to treat with the Scotts Commissioners, concerning the Affairs of Ireland.
Bill for Relief of Captives in Turkey.
Bill to raise Men for Ireland.
Which said Bill is committed to the Committee of the whole House; and, for the better Debate hereof, the House was put into a Committee during Pleasure; and, after a long Debate, the House was resumed. A Conference was resolved of with the House of Commons; and a Committee of Lords were appointed, to draw up Amendments and Alterations in the Bill, according to the Sense of the House upon the Debate, and to prepare Heads for the Conference.
L. Archbp. of Yorke.
L. Privy Seal.
L. Viscount Say & Seale.
Amendments to it.
Provided also, and be it Enacted, That this present Act shall not extend to the Impressing of any of the menial Servants of the Members, or Assistants, or Officers, of the Lords House of Parliament, or to the menial Servants of the Members or Officers of the House of Commons, or of any of the Inhabitants of the Isles of Wight, or Isle of Anglesey, or of any of the Cinque Ports, or the Members thereof.
Memorandum, That the House of Commons be informed, That, at the reading of the Bill, the King's Counsel excepting against the declaratory Clause in the Bill, after the Word ["Services"] in the 12th Line, to the Word ["Therefore"] in the Beginning of the 17th Line; this House thought fit to acquaint the House of Commons therewith, that so they might fortify that Clause with such Reasons as did induce them to insert that Declaration.
Message from the H. C. to desire that the Lords would continue sitting.
Message from the H. C. for a Conference about the Impeachment against the Thirteen Bishops.
The Archbp. of Yorke,
|Were appointed to report the Conference.|