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 Mercurii, videlicet, 27 die Aprilis, post meridiem.
Message to the H.C. for a further Conference, concerning Hull.
Subject of the Conference.
The Matter of this Conference was to be, "To acquaint the House of (fn. 1) Commons of their Lordships Resolutions to the several Particulars of the Conference Yesterday, and what Directions are given to put them into Execution."
Answer from the H.C.
King's Printer to print the Votes about Sir John Hotham.
Bristow and Bagg, concerning Sir Robert Mansell's Business, released upon Bail.
Upon the humble Petition of Francis Bristow and Jeremy Bagg, read this Day in the House; it is Ordered, That the said Bristow and Bagg, being in Custody touching Sir Robert Mansell's Business, shall for the present be freed of their present Restraint, upon paying their Fees, and entering into Bond of One Hundred Pounds unto our Sovereign Lord the King, to appear before the Lords in Parliament within Three Weeks next after Notice shall be given them, or any Order of this House left at their Dwellings: And further it is Ordered, That the said Bristowe and Bagg shall not, from this Time, do any Thing in this Business contrary to former Orders of this House, until the Cause be determined.