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, 9 Martii.
L. De Lawarr.
Jelinger's Ordinance to be Vicar of Southbrent.
Sir R. Gurney, Leave to go in to the Country, on giving Bond.
Ordered, That he shall have Liberty to go to his Country-house, upon his Bond to the Lieutenant of The Tower, to be a true Prisoner when he shall be required so to do by this House; and this to be a sufficient Warrant, &c.
Mapletost to be instituted to Sacotry All Saints.
Palmer's Order to be Minister of Aston.
Ordinance for Justices of Chester.
L. Cromwell's Bail discharged.
Upon reading a Certificate, "That the Lord Cromwell hath compounded with the Commissioners at Gouldsmithes Hall for his Delinquency, hath taken the (fn. 1) National Covenant and Negative Oath, hath paid the Moiety of his Lordship's (fn. 2) Fine, and secured the Remainder:"
Ordinance for a Seal for S. Wales.
L. Loftus and Sir G. Wentworth.
Ordered, That the Cause between the Lord Viscount Loftus and Sir (fn. 3) Thomas Wentworth shall be heard on Friday Morning next; and the Lord Viscount Loftus to have Notice hereof.
Ordinance to give Books added to Bp. Bancroft's Library to Cambridge.
An Ordinance was brought in, for giving such Books to the University of Cambridge as have been added to the Library of Bishop Bancroft by Bishop Abbott and others; which (fn. 4) was read Twice, and Ordered to be read on Thursday Morning again.
E. of Peterb. took the Covenant.
Ordinance concerning Pennoyer and Hill.
Protest against it.
These Lords following, before the putting of this Question, desired Leave to enter their Dissents, if this Question was carried against their Votes; and the House granted them Leave; and accordingly do enter their Dissents, by subscribing their Names.
Ordinance to regulate Oxford University.
The House was adjourned into a [ (fn. 4) Committee during] Pleasure, to consider of the Ordinance for regulating the University of Oxon.
Letter from Sir T. Fairfax.
Levett, concerning Peaker's Evidence.
Cable and Cross.
House to be adjourned till To-morrow.
Scandalous Paper called, The Scots Apostacy.
Answer from Sir T. Fairfax, about his quartering in the Eastern Association.
"Being upon my March towards Saffron Walden (where I shall be this Night), I received your Lordship's Letter, with the Order inclosed, for the prohibiting the Army to quarter in the Eastern Association; whereupon I thought fit to give your Lordships this Account: That the Foot being upon their March, and the Horse already in their Quarters there, and the Officers absent from me with their several Commands, I could not immediately give Observance to your Lordship's Commands. I have, as it appeared to me and my Council of War (upon good Reason), removed the Quarters of the Army into those Parts: But, if it shall please the Parliament to command the Army to any other Quarters, it shall most readily be observed, by