House of Commons Journal Volume 1
28 April 1606

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'House of Commons Journal Volume 1: 28 April 1606', Journal of the House of Commons: volume 1: 1547-1629 (1802), pp. 301. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=1068 Date accessed: 17 September 2014.


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Lunae, 28 Die Aprilis, 1606

Fees in Courts.

SIR John Parker bringeth in a new Bill against Fees of Copies in Courts of Record,

Purveyors.

Purveyors Commissions: - Thursday, in Committee.

Sir H. Hobby.

Sir Edw. Hobby : - Thursday Morning.

Foulys' Nat.

Sir Robert Hitcham reporteth from the Committee, the Bill for the Naturalizing of Sir David Foulys Knight, &c. without Amendment.

Mr. Fuller offereth a Proviso, to exclude him from the Parliament.

Upon the Question, passed.

Arrests.

3. Reading: - B. For Restraints of Arrests on the Sabbaoth-day: - To be amended presently.

Call.

Thursday, the Calling of the House.

Sir John Crook and D. Hone bring from the Lords two Bills:

Skinners.

Skinners : -

Brewers.

Brewers. -

Free Trade.

That where a Conference, touching free Trade, heretofore, the same to be perfected on Wednesday, at Two a Clock: - The Merchants on both Sides to be there.

Agreed: - The former Committee to meet.

Lord Wyndsor's Estate.

3. Reading: - For the better Sale of the Lands of Henry late Lord Wyndsor; with Amendments and Additions : - Upon the Question, passed.

Bills sent to Lords.

Five Bills sent by Sir Fr. Hastings to the Lords :

Charges of Malefactors:

Sir David Fowlys: Lord Wyndsor:

Merrick :

Highway to Nonsuch.

Beer and Ale.

Sir Henry Hubbard bringeth in the Bill touching the Utterance of Beer and Ale, with Amendments; and, upon the Question to be ingrossed.

Writs of Error, &c.

Writs of Error; Attorneys and Solicitors : - Tomorrow.

Lunae, 28o Die Aprilis, 1606. Post meridiem.

Grievances-Typper.

Mr. Typper to be heard at the Committee. Mr. Hoskins, Mr. Fuller, Mr. Winch, to frame the Article against Mr. Typper, in Form, and to present it on Friday Morning; and Mr. Typper to be heard on Friday in the Afternoon, if he require it, by his Counsel.

Marshalsea Court.

Counsel, touching the Bill against the Abuses of the Marshalsea. -

with the Bill beginneth. Mr. Serjeant Altham, Mr. Goldsmyth,

against the Bill. Serjeant Harris, junior, Mr. Gerrard, junior,

- 25 H. VI. Pleas of Debt, Detinue, &c. - One of them, either Plaintiff, or Defendant, or of the Houshold. -

The Counsel withdrawn.

Because they were heard upon the Bill, when it was in the Committees Hands; and given only upon Request to the Clerk, and not reported ; it was disputed, whether, thereupon, they might proceed to Question upon the Bill,

Thought fit rather to commit it to the former Committee; and, upon their Report, to proceed. - Tomorrow, in the same Place.

Starch Monopoly.

Mr. Serjeant Altham, of Counsel with the Patentees for blue Starch.

Mr. Twynho, the chief Patentee, defendeth and excuseth the Patentees.

Mr. Fuller affirmeth it a Monopoly.

Mr. Moore: - It hath the true Rights of a Monopoly.