Journal of the House of Lords: Volume 7, 1644. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1767-1830.
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DIE Martis, 3 die Junii.
Comes (fn. 1) Warwicke.
Sir J. Kaye's Ordinance.
Sir T. Fairfax to march towards the Eastern Association.
Gen. Middleton's Petition for his Arrears.
Message from the H. C. with Committees Names for the West;
for Persons to command in Gloucester, till the Governor arrives;
2. That Mr. Nurse, now Mayor of Gloucester, Alderman Singleton, and Colonel Blunt, or any Two of them, shall have the Command of the Garrison of Gloucester, and of the Forces and Garrisons in Gloucestershire, in as ample Manner as Colonel Massie had, until Colonel Lloyd the appointed Governor come down to his Charge there, or that the House take other Order.
and that the Provostship of Eaton is not within the Ordinance for excluding Members from holding Offices.
3. That this House doth Declare, That the Place of Provost of the College of Eaton is no Place or Office within the Intention or Words of the Ordinance that discharges the Members of either House to hold any Office or Command, Military or Civil, bestowed or conferred by Parliament.
Gen. Crawfurd's Complaint against Man and Moore.
Next, this House heard the Counsel on both Sides, concerning the Complaint of Major General Crawford, against Man the Constable, and Moore; and, upon Debate, it was Resolved, That the said Man and Moore shall for the present be committed to the Prison of The Fleete, for their base and scandalous Words and Execrations against the Scottish Nation; and Tomorrow this House will consider what Satisfaction is sitting for to be given to the Scottish Nation for this Offence.
Ordinance for discharging Sir John Kaye of his Delinquency, on a Composition.
"Whereas Sir John Kay, Knight and Baronet, hath been fined at Five Hundred Pounds for his Delinquency, to pay the same, by Way of Composition, to the Use of the State; and, in Pursuance of the said Composition, hath paid the Sum of Two Hundred and Fifty Pounds, and given Security for the Payment of the other Two Hundred and Fifty Pounds, to the Contentment and Satisfaction of the Committee intrusted for that Service: It is this Day Ordered, Ordained, and Declared, by the Lords and Commons in Parliament assembled, That the Sequestration of the said Sir John Kaye's Estate shall be, and is hereby, taken off and discharged, from the 18th Day of March last, 1644; and all Committees, and other Officers whatsoever employed by the Parliament, are to take Notice hereof, and yield a ready Obedience hereunto accordingly; and, upon the presenting of this Ordinance to the several Committees, he is to be forthwith restored to the Possession of all his Estate now under Sequestration."