Journal of the House of Lords: Volume 9, 1646. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1767-1830.
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DIE Martis, 13 die Julii.
Ds. La Warr.
Sir J. Chichester's Petition.
Answer from the H. C.
Preacher at the Fast.
Lady Eliz. Grey's Petition, for an Allowance.
Upon reading the Petition of Dame Eliz. Grey; shewing, "That she and Children have lost all their Estate in Ireland; therefore desires that some Weekly Allowance for their Subsistence may be allotted:"
It is Ordered, To send this Petition to the House of Commons, with special Recommendations, that some speedy Allowance (fn. 1) may be granted to her; and that it may be done with Effect.
Mr. Murray to attend on the King.
Dr. Le Royer's Petition, for an Allowance for his Losses.
It is Ordered, To (fn. 2) be sent to the House of Commons, with Recommendations.
E. of Cleveland's Bail.
|"Thomas Comes Cleveland, recognovit se debere Domino Regi in||1000|
|"Christophorus Abdy, Mil. de Lond. recognovit se debere Domino Regi||500|
|"Richardus Napper, Mil. de Lond. recognovit se debere Domino Regi||500|
"The Condition of the abovesaid Recognizances is, That the Earl of Cleaveland shall render himself a true Prisoner to the Lieutenant of The Tower at the End of Three Months; or at Fourteen Days Warning, left at the House of the Earl of Cleveland, if the House require it in the mean Time."
Langham & al. and Lymbrey & al.
Ordered, That, upon Monday next, at Nine of the Clock in the Morning, this House will hear the Judges argue severally, and deliver the Grounds and Reasons of their Opinions, concerning the Cafe between Alderman Langham, &c. and Captain Lymberey, &c.
L. North, Leave to be absent.
Charge against Sir J. Norris.
Ordinance for Dr. Clarke to be Judge of the Admiralty;
Message to the H. C. with it, and the Count. of Kildare's Petition.
Col. Allen versus Nicholas.
Col. Wiltshire and Walker.
Upon reading the Petition of Lieutenant Colonel Wiltshire; desiring, "That the Payment of the Sixty Pounds to one Walker may be suspended, and paid to him out of his First Arrears; he promising faithfully to give the said Walker good Security:"
Sir J. Chichester's Petition, for the Punishment of Manslaughter to be remitted him, for killing Foyle.
"That your Petitioner, the Fourth Day of March last, in a jesting and sporting Manner, being at Foils with his then Servant Martin Foyle, by an unhappy Accident of the falling off of the Chape from the Petitioner's Sword, unfortunately, without any evil Intent, wounded the said Martin in the Left Side of the Belly, whereof he died; for which Fact, upon the Arraignment of the Petitioner at the King's Bench in Easter Term last, he was found guilty of Manslaughter; and the Corporal Punishment of burning in the Hand therefor due was, (fn. 3) at the Petitioner's humble Request, respited by the Judges until next Michaelmas Term, for the obtaining a Pardon of Grace for the same.
"And that the Truth of the Case may clearly appear to their Lordships, his humble Prayer is, That an Order may be directed to the Judges, to certify the Manner of the Fact and the Proceedings had thereupon; that so the Petitioner may obtain the Grace and Favour from both Houses of Parliament, of remitting the said Corporal Punishment, and all other Penalties and Forfeitures; for which the Petitioner is an humble Suppliant to your Lordships.
Writs of Error brought in.
1. Quartermayne versus Martin.
2. Vynor versus Harris.
3. Balthropp versus Salmon.
4. Croson versus Gosodby.
5. Napper versus Boniface.
6. Watson versus Miller.
7. Tankard versus Rounthwaite.
8. Raule versus Johnson.
9. Underhill versus Vincent.
10. Blencoe versus Buttery.
11. Day versus Gutch.
12. Barrett versus Compton.
13. Downes versus Styles.
14. Grover versus Rumsey.
15. Ingram versus Inninge.
16. Smith versus Rouch.
17. Harlowe versus Cripps.
18. Turner versus Holland.
19. Tayler versus Harward.
20. Hall versus Mointegne.
Radford versus Clarke.
Skinner versus Andrewe.
Lymbrey versus Lenthall.
Pulford versus Perryam.
Bowyer versus Hudson.
Hayes versus Grove.
Cadwicke versus Sheldon.
Durrant versus Sheppard.
Grosvennor versus Stone.
Towers versus Hoyle.
Markenfeild versus Battle.
Bitterman versus Emes.
Gallop versus Lockier.
Flay versus Peter.
Brough versus Hunt.
Cert. pro Keighley versus Bentall.
King's Children, Leave to go to Him.
"Ordered, by the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, That the Houses think fit, that the Duke of Yorke, the Duke of Gloucester, and the Princess Elizabeth, do go to see the King, and to stay with Him Two Nights; and that the Earl of Northumberland be appointed to go with them. As for the Place, providing of Money, and all Accommodations relating to this Business, that it be referred to the Committee of the Revenue."