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, 7 die Septembris.
Col. Butler's Sword, &c. restored.
Whereas Colonel Butler, upon his Apprehension, had his Sword and other Things about (fn. 1) him taken away; it is Ordered, That they shall be all restored to him again.
Dr. Fulwar, Bishop of Ardfert, Collection money.
Upon the Petition of Tho. Fulwar, Doctor in Divinity, and Bishop of Ardfert, in Ireland; shewing, "That he is bereaved of all his Estate, by the Rebels in Ireland, whereby he, his Wife, and Children, here suffer extreme Want; therefore desires that he may obtain a Recommendation to those Persons in London, that are appointed by this House to distribute the Money collected the last Fast-day in London, to Irish Ministers, that so he may be relieved with some of that Charity:" Hereupon it is Ordered, by this House, That the said Bishop of Ardfert shall be recommended to Mr. Shute, Mr. Callamy, and Mr. Udall, that he may have some Relief out of the said Money collected at the last Fast, as being a Person well deserving for his Pains and Abilities.