DIE Sabbati, 9 die Maii.
Domini tam Spirituales quam Temporales præsentes
|His Royal Highness the Duke of Yorke.
Sir Orlando Bridgman, Miles et Bar. Ds. Custos Magni Sigilli.
Robertus Comes Lyndsey, Magnus Camerarius Angliæ.
Jacobus Comes de Breck. Senescallus Hospitii Domini Regis.
Edwardus Comes Manchester, Camerarius Hospitii.
|Ds. Arlington, One of the Principal Secretaries of State.
Ds. Berkley de Berk.
Ds. Arundell de Ward.
Ds. Howard de Charlt.
Ds. Howard de Esc.
Ds. Herbert de Cherb.
Ds. Gerard de Brand.
Ds. Berkley de Strat.
Ds. Arundell de Trer.
Monies due to the Crown, Bill.
His Royal Highness the Duke of Yorke reported,
That the Committee have considered the Bill for
the better Payment of the Monies received for the
Use of the Crown; and they think it fit to pass as
vice lecta est Billa, "An Act for the better
Payment of Monies received for the Use of the
The Question being put, "Whether this Bill
It was Resolved in the Affirmative.
vice lecta est Billa, "An Act on the Behalf of Dawes Wymondsall Esquire, for settling certain Customary Lands, held of the Manor of Wimbleton, in the County of Surrey."
The Question being put, "Whether this Bill
It was Resolved in the Affirmative.
Message from H. C. with a Vote.
(fn. *) A Message was brought from the House of Commons, by Sir Thomas Clifford and others; who said,
He was commanded by the House of Commons
to deliver their Lordships this Vote following:
(fn. *) "Resolved, &c.
(fn. *) "That a Message be sent to the Lords, to acquaint
Message to H. C. that the Lords have passed Two Bills.
A Message was sent to the House of Commons, by
Sir William Childe and Doctor Crofts:
To let them know, that this House hath passed the
Bill for the better Payment of Monies received for the
Use of the Crown, and also hath passed the Bill concerning Dawes Wymondsall Esquire.
The King sitting in His Royal Throne, adorned with
His Crown and other Regal Ornaments, the Peers sitting also in their Robes; His Majesty gave Command
to the Gentleman Usher of the Black Rod, to signify
His Pleasure to the House of Commons, "That they
come up presently with their Speaker, and attend
The House of Commons being come; their Speaker
humbly presented His Majesty, from the House of
Commons, a Bill for raising Three Hundred and Ten
Thousand Pounds, by an Imposition on Wines and other
Liquors; which Bill the Clerk of the Parliaments received from the Speaker, and brought it to the Table;
which received the Royal Assent, with other Bills following; the Clerk of the Crown reading the Titles, and
the Clerk of the Parliaments pronouncing the Royal
Assent, according to the several Nature of the Bills:
"1. An Act for raising Three Hundred and Ten Thousand Pounds, by an Imposition on Wines and other
To which the Royal Assent was pronounced, in
"Le Roy, remerciant Ses bons Subjects, accepte leur
Benevolence, et ainsi le veult."
"2. An additional Act against the Importation of
"3. An Act for the better Payment of Monies received for the Use of the Crown."
"4. An Act for proceeding to Judgement on Writs
of Error brought in the Exchequer."
"5. An Act for giving Liberty to buy and export
Leather and Skins tanned or dressed."
"6. An Act for the Increase and Preservation of
Timber, within the Forest of Deane."
"7. An Act to regulate the Trade of Silk Throwing."
To which Bills the Royal Assent was pronounced to
each several Bill, in these Words,
"Le Roy le veult."
"8. An Act to indemnify the late Sheriffs of the
City of London, and the Warden of The Fleete, touching the Escapes of Prisoners, and other Matters occasioned by the late Fire."
"9. An Act for the taxing and assessing of the Lands
of the Adventurers within the Great Level of the
"10. An Act for settling of certain Manors, Lands,
and Tenements, of Sir Thomas Leventhorpe Baronet,
in the Counties of Essex and Hertford."
"11. An Act to enable Sir Thomas Hebblethwayte to
sell or dispose of Lands, to pay Debts, and make
Provision for Younger Children."
"12. An Act for Confirmation of the Settlement of
the Estate of Sir Kingsmill Lucy Baronet, in the said
Act mentioned; and for transferring over some Parts
of the Real Estate of Sir Richard Lucy Knight and
Baronet, deceased, from Francis Lucy Esquire."
"13. An Act to confirm an Agreement between
William Paston Esquire, Lord of the Manor of Horton,
and the Tenants of the said Manor, for an Enclosure of Part of the Wastes of the said Manor, for
the Preservation and Growth of Wood and Timber."
"14. An Act for enabling of Sir William Juxon
Knight and Baronet, Executor of the last Will and
Testament of William Juxon late Lord Archbishop of
Canterbury, to recover Part of his Estate."
"15. An Act for the better securing a Portion of
Five Thousand Pounds to and for the Lady Francis
Savile, and Infant, Daughter of Thomas late Earl of
Sussex, deceased, out of Part of the Estate of James
Earl of Sussex, also an Infant, in Pursuance of the
Will of the said Thomas Earl of Sussex."
"16. An Act for enabling Trustees to make Leases,
for Payment of the Debts, and providing for the
Children, of Sir Charles Stanley."
"17. An Act for enabling the Execution of a
Trust, for Payment of the Debts, and providing for
the Younger Children, of Richard Taylor Esquire,
"18. An Act on the Behalf of Dawes Wymondsall
Esquire, for settling certain Customary Lands, held
of the Manor of Wimbleton, in the County of
To which Private Bills the Royal Assent was pronounced to each several Bill, in these Words,
"Soit fait come il est desiré."
This being done, His Majesty made a short Speech,
to the Effect following:
The King's Speech.
"My Lords and Gentlemen,
"I came hither purposely to pass some Acts which
are now ready, and to thank you for the Supply
you have now given Me; which I hope will be sufficient, our Neighbours being now agreed upon Articles of Peace. I cannot chuse but take Notice of
what I hear abroad, of some Differences between
both Houses, touching the East India Company. I
am as sensible of the Privileges of the House of Peers
(wherein I am concerned) as I am of the Liberty of
the House of Commons. But I hope, in this Recess,
there may be some Means found out for an Accommodation therein.
"I am willing you should adjourn to the Eleventh
Day of August next; and if there be no pressing
Occasion of your Meeting then, I will give you
timely Notice by Proclamation."
His Majesty being withdrawn, the Lords proceeded
to the Dispatch of the particular Business following:
Deeping Fen Bill.
Whereas there is a Bill depending in this House,
intituled, "An additional Act for the better draining
of Deeping Fenn, in the County of Lyncolne," which
hath been Once read; but, by reason of Shortness of
Time, the Lords could not proceed further therein at
It is ORDERED, That the said Bill shall be read the
Second Time on the First Day of the next Sitting of
this House, in order to the perfecting thereof.
Herbert versus Lloyd.
Whereas, upon Report made by the Lord Ashley,
from the Lords Committees, appointed to receive and
consider of Petitions, the Cause now depending in this
House, upon the Petition of William Herbert Esquire,
and the Answer of Sir Charles Lloyd Baronet thereunto, was, on the 22th Day of April last, appointed
to be heard, by Counsel on both Parts, at the Bar, on
Wednesday the 29th Day of the said Month of April:
It is this Day ORDERED, by the Lords Spiritual and
Temporal in Parliament assembled, That the said
Cause shall be heard, by Counsel on both Parts, at the
Bar, on the Second Tuesday after the next Sitting of
this House, at Ten of the Clock in the Forenoon;
whereof all Parties are to have Notice, to the End
they may come prepared accordingly.
Committee for the Journal to meet.
ORDERED, That the Lords Committees for the
Journal Book do meet after the Adjournment of
this House, and examine and perfect what remains
Dominus Custos Magni Sigilli declaravit præsens Parliamentum adjournandum esse usque in diem Martis,
undecimum diem Augusti, 1668, hora decima Aurora,
Dominis sic decernentibus.
Hitherto examined by us,