Journal of the House of Lords: Volume 5, 1642-1643. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1767-1830.
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DIE Jovis, videlicet, 13 die Octobris.
Answer from the H. C. about the Declaration to hinder the King's Army from coming to London.
Messengers that go to the King to have a Pass.
Ordered, That the Messengers that are to carry down the Proclamation for the adjourning Part of the next Term, to the King, to be sealed, shall have an Order of this House, to secure them going and coming safely.
E. of Warwick's Cause, about the Post Office.
No Carriages to pass through Old Palace Yard.
Lord Mayor Elect to be approved of by the Lords, in Absence of the Lord Keeper.
Whereas the Lord Mayor Elect of London did usually come and be presented before the Lord Keeper, to receive Approbation; and because the Lord Keeper is now with the King; this House Ordered, That the Lord Mayor of London shall come and be presented before this House, and receive Approbation, on Monday Morning next.
Beverlett committed, for Contempt of an Order in Le Grand's Cause.
This Day one Beverlett, a Frenchman, having disobeyed an Order of this House, in the Cause of Ric'd Le Grand, was brought to the Bar, as a Delinquent; and confessing that he received a Paper by Le Grand, but hath not done any Thing in it: The said Beverlett being withdrawn, the House taking the said Contempt of the Order of this House [ (fn. 1) into Consideration, Ordered,] That the said John Beverlett, for his Contempt, in not performing the Order of this House, shall be forthwith committed to The Fleet, until the Pleasure of this House be further known.