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 (fn. 1) Veneris, 10 die Octobris.
PRAYERS, by Mr. Sallawey.
Ds. Grey de Warke, Speaker.
Answer from the H. C.
Sir Edward Leech and Mr. Page return with this Answer from the House of Commons:
That they will send an Answer, by Messengers of their own, to the Message sent Yesterday.
Mr. Wray's Daughter, a Pass.
Upon reading of a Letter to the Earl of Pembrooke, from Mr. Edward Wray; shewing, "That his Wife being dead, desires a Pass, that his Daughter may come to London, to her Funeral."
Which this House thought fit to grant; and the Concurrence of the House of Commons to be desired herein.
Message to the H. C. to concur in it; and for Trin. College, Cambridge, to elect a Matter.
A Message was sent to the House of Commons, by Sir Edward Leech and Mr. Page:
To deliver Mr. Wraye's Letter to them; and desire their Concurrence, that his Daughter may have a Pass, to come to London, to the Burial of her Mother.
2. To desire their Concurrence in the Order for taking off the Restraint from the Fellows of Trynity Hall, in Cambridge, in chusing a Master of that Hall.
The Earl of Northumb. reported to this House a Paper, from the Committee of both Kingdoms; which was read, as follows:
Paper from the Committee of both Kingdoms, for the Committee of the Militia to imprest 1465 Men in London;
"The Committee of the Militia of London having represented divers Obstructions to the Committee of both Kingdoms, which hath both discouraged and disabled them of late either to exercise that Power conferred upon them by the Ordinance of the 19th of July, 1643, or to cause to be imprested the One Thousand Four Hundred and Sixty-five Men lately required; for Remedy whereof, according to the Direction of the said Committee, they humbly present their Desires as follow:
"1. That, according to the Ordinance of the 27th of Febr. 1644, concerning the impresting of Men, they may receive Directions, either from both Houses of Parliament, or from this Committee, or Sir Thomas Fairefax, to cause the said One Thousand Four Hundred and Sixty-five Men to be imprested, within the City of London, Lines of Communication, Hamlets of The Tower, and Parishes mentioned in the Weekly Bills of Mortality; that both Houses would be pleased to declare, whether the Ordinance of the 19 July, 1643, have and shall continue in Force, to all Intents and Purposes therein expressed and ordained; or that otherwise the like Service we have formerly done may not be expected from us.
for Colonels Washborn, Underwood, and Willoughby's Forces to return, and their Arrears to be paid.
"That, in regard the Committee of the Three Counties have declared (as the Committee of the Militia is informed), That they can now spare Colonel Washborne's and Colonel Underwood's Troops of Horse, and Colonel Willoughbie's Regiment of Foot; that therefore Care be taken for Payment of their Arrears, and Direction for speedy Return to London."
Message to the H. C. with it.
Ordered, That this Paper be communicated to the House of Commons.
And accordingly it was sent down, by Sir Edward Leech and Mr. Page.
Cordier to remain in his Habitation.
Upon Report made to this (fn. 2) House, by the Clerk of the Parliaments, "That the Committee of The Savoy did proceed against Cordieer, a Frenchman, merely as he was a Papist:"
And this House, declaring that it was not the Intent of the House in the Ordinances, that they should extend to any as Papists but such as are Englishmen, (fn. 3) appointed the Clerk of the Parliaments to signify so much to the Committee of The Savoy; and that the said Cordieer be permitted to remain in his Habitation.
House adjourned till 9 cras.