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 Veneris, 12 die Januarii.
Comes Essex, L. General.
L. Viscount Say & Seale.
Message from the H. C. for Sir Oliver Fleming to attend the Ambassadors from The States General on their Arrival.
That the House of Commons hearing that there are Ambassadors come from The States of Holland, who are well-affected to Religion and the Parliament, they think it fit that no Ceremony of Respect proper for Ambassadors may be neglected; therefore they desire their Lordships would join with the House of Commons, to appoint Sir Oliver Fleminge, Master of the Ceremonies, to attend upon the said Ambassadors from both Houses of Parliament.
Hereupon it is Ordered, (fn. 1) That this House joins with the House of Commons, in appointing Sir Oliver Fleming to attend upon the Ambassadors of Holland, from both Houses of Parliament.
Letter from Mr. Strickland about them, and his Negotiations in Holland.
E. of Denbigh to attend the Ambassadors from The States General.
Message to the H. C. for some of their Members to go with him.
Witnesses in the Archbishop of Cant's Cause.
Yower, who gave false Information of the Earl of Suffolk, released.
At the Desire and Suit of the Earl of Suffolke to this House: It is Ordered, That Tower, being sent for as a Delinquent, to answer his Offence, for giving a false Information to the Committee at Cambridge concerning his Lordship, that the said Yower shall be released from his present Restraint; and that he make his Submission to the Earl of Suffolke in the Country, before the Committee to whom he gave the Misinformation.
L. Willoughby to be accountable for the Goods of the E. of Lyndsay, at Havering Park.
It is Ordered, That it be referred to the Committee for the Sequestrations, that the Lord Willoughby of Parham, who hath taken the House of Haveringe Parke, in the County of Essex, belonging to the Earl of Lyndsey, and is sequestered by the Parliament, that his Lordship may have the Use of such Goods as are now in the House, he promising to be responsible to the Parliament for them.