Journal of the House of Lords: Volume 6, 1643. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1767-1830.
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DIE Jovis, videlicet, 22 die Junii.
E. of Berkshire's Goods not to be taken away.
Message to the H. C. about the Committees for Sequestrations.
To let them know, that their Lordships have added Two Lords more to the Committee for Sequestrations; and that their Lordships have given the Committee Power to compound and regulate the Sequestrations, for allowing to Widows and Children some Allowance, for their Maintenance, out of the Estates of those that are sequestered; and to desire them to add a proportionable Number of their House, and to give their Committees the same Power, and to Order them to meet constantly.
Message from thence, for a Conference about raising Horses.
L. Grey to go to Scotland;
The Lord Grey of Warke signified to this House, That, according to their Lordships Order, he is come to attend this House, from his Charge in the Army; and desired to know the Pleasure of this House:"
And the Speaker told his Lordship, "That the Occasion of their Lordships sending for him was to give him Notice, that their Lordships have nominated him to be a fit Person, to be sent, with a Committee of the House of Commons, into the Kingdom of Scotland, about the Affairs concerning this Kingdom."
desires to be excused.
Vaughan and Flood.
Delinquents sent for, for molesting the Person appointed to keep the Chain in Old Palace Yard.
Upon the humble Petition of Charles Best, appointed by the Gentleman Usher of this House to keep the Chain in The Ould Pallace; shewing, "That Robert Hopkins, Mary Prichard, Cicily Wind, and Bridgett Swaine, have contemned their Lordships Orders in this Business, and abused the Petitioner by Words:"
Hereupon this House Ordered, That the Persons complained against shall appear before this House To (fn. 1) morrow Morning; and then their Lordships will give Order herein, according to Justice.
Answer from the H. C.
Message from the H.C. to communicate the Articles against the Queen.
To desire that, whereas their Lordships are pleased to give a Conference touching the listing of Horses, they desire their Lordships would give them Liberty, at the same Conference, to offer the Articles, which would prove the Charge against the Queen.