House of Commons Journal Volume 1
19 May 1606

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'House of Commons Journal Volume 1: 19 May 1606', Journal of the House of Commons: volume 1: 1547-1629 (1802), pp. 310. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=11036 Date accessed: 19 September 2014.


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Lunae, 19o Die Maii, 1606

Passing beyond Seas.

2. Reading: - B. CONCERNING such as are to pass over the Seas, or return from beyond the Seas into this Realm, or any other his Majesty's Dominions : - Committed to the Committee for Recusants: - Mr. Dammett, Mr. Whytston, to be added. - Wednesday, Temple.

Privilege.

Owen ap Rice brought in for serving a Subpoena upon Sir Rich. Bulkley, ad sectam Lloyd.

He to be detained till his Master be brought in, who delivered the Process into his Hands. - To be considered by the Committee for Privileges.

Clothing.

Mr. Moore beginneth the Dispute of the Bill of Clothing, which was deferred the last Day. -

Mr. Tey, Mr. Brook, Mr. Chub, Mr. Prowse, Mr. Tate, Mr. Bond, Mr. Solicitor, Sir Roger Owen.

Sanctuary.

Sir John Crook and Mr. D. Hone bring from the Lords a Bill, intituled, Concerning Sanctuary.

Bills sent to Lords.

Sent up by Mr. Secretary Herbert:

1. Passage to Oxford.

2. Grys: - Amendments.

2. David Murrey, miles; Tho. Murrey.

4. Marshalsey.

5. Clothing.

Transporting Beer.

Mr. Hoskins maketh Report of the Conference touching the Transportation of Beer.

The Lord Treasurer begun it, and had the Bill.

Conference.

Disputed, what the Course should be in the Conference.

The Conclusion, after the Defence, to leave it to the Lords parliamental Power.

Lord Cobham's Attainder.

Sir H. Mountague bringeth from the Committee, the Bill for Confirmation of the Attainder of the Lord Cobham, without any Amendment.

Sir Wm. Stroud sheweth, that all Parties did consent, upon the Offer of Mr. Brook to confirm the Intail in some Manors.

Their Consent doubted; therefore Sir Calisthenes and Sir John Brook appointed to attend the House Tomorrow, to satisfy the House.

Sanctuary.

1. Reading: - B. Concerning Sanctuary.