DIE Jovis, 9 die Februarii.
Domini tam Spirituales quam Temporales præsentes
||His Royal Highness the Duke of Yorke.
Epus. St. Asaphs.
Epus. Co. et Litch.
|Ds. Custos Privati Sigilli.
L. Great Chamberlain.
Comes St. Albans.
Viscount Say et Seale.
Viscount de Stafford.
|Ds. Berkley de Berk.
Ds. Howard de Ch.
Ds. Howard de Esc.
Ds. Gerard de Brand.
Ds. Berkley Strat.
The Lord Privy Seal sat Speaker this Day.
Bp. of Winton and Rector of Bishops Waltham Bill.
vice lecta est Billa, "An Act to enable the
Bishop of Winton to convey One Hundred Acres of
Land, lying in the Great Disparked Park of Bishops
Waltham, in the Parish of Bishops Waltham, in the
County of South'ton, upon the Rector of the said Parish
Church of Bishops Waltham and his Successors, in
Lieu of all Tithes, and Payments for Tithes, due to
the said Rector and his Successors for Waltham Parks."
The Question being put, "Whether this Bill
It was Resolved in the Affirmative.
Message from H. C. for a Conference on the Bill for granting an Aid to the King.
A Message was brought from the House of Commons, by Sir Thomas Meares and others:
To desire a Conference, upon the Bill concerning
His Majesty's Supply.
The Answer returned was:
That this House appoints a present Conference, in
the Painted Chamber, upon the Subject Matter of the
Bill concerning His Majesty's Supply.
Streets and Highways Bill; and for regulating Hackney Coaches.
vice lecta est Billa, "An additional Act for
regulating and ordering of Buildings, and for
amending of Highways and Sewers, and for making
clean of the Streets and other Places, in and about
the Cities of London and Westminster; and for regulating and licensing of Hackney Coaches."
ORDERED, That the Consideration of this Bill is
committed to the same Committee as brought it in;
and their Lordships are to meet To-morrow Morning,
at Nine of the Clock, in the Prince's Lodgings.
L. Poulett's Bill.
vice lecta est Billa, "An Act to enable
the Lord Henry Pawlett, George Withers, and John
Mompesson, to sell the Manor of Abbotts Anne, in the
County of South'ton."
The Question being put, "Whether this Bill shall
It was Resolved in the Affirmative.
Report of the Conference upon the Bill for granting an Aid to the King.
The House was adjourned during Pleasure, and the
Lords went to the Conference with the House of
Commons; which being ended, the House was resumed.
Then the Lord Privy Seal reported the Effect of the
said Conference: "That the House of Commons returned the Bill for granting a Royal Aid to the King's
Majesty, which their Lordships sent down with some
Alterations and a Proviso, to which Alterations the
House of Commons agree; and they also agree to
the Proviso, adding the Cinque Ports."
Which Addition, being read Thrice, was Agreed to.
Message to H. C. for a further Conference upon it; and with the Bp. of Winton's and L. Poulett's Bills.
A Message was sent to the House of Commons, by
Sir Nathaniell Hobart and Sir William Glascock:
To desire a present Conference, in the Painted Chamber, touching the Matter of the last Conference.
Also to deliver to them Two Bills, and desire their
1. The Bill to enable the Bishop of Winton to convey One Hundred Acres of Land, lying in the Great
Disparked Park of Bishops Waltham, upon the Rector
of the said Parish Church of Bishops Waltham.
2. The Bill to enable the Lord Henry Pawlett,
George Withers, and John Mompesson, to sell the Manor
of Abbotts Anne, in the County of South'ton.
The Messengers return with this Answer:
That the House of Commons will give a present
Conference, as is desired.
L. Chamberlain to acquaint the King with the passing of the Aid Bill.
The Lord Chamberlain was appointed to wait on
the King, to acquaint Him, "That the Houses have
passed the Bill for granting to His Majesty a Royal
Aid; and, in regard of the great Importance of it,
to know when His Majesty will please to appoint a
Time for giving His Royal Assent thereunto."
vice lecta est Billa, "An Act to confirm an
Act to enable Joseph Micklethwaite an Infant, and
his Trustees, to sell Lands, for Payment of his Father's Debts."
The House was adjourned during Pleasure; and the
Lords went to the Conference with the House of Commons, to signify their Lordships Consent to the adding
the Cinque Ports to the Proviso.
The House was resumed.
Bp. Chichester, Privilege, versus Chadwell, for Scandal.
Upon Oath made at this Bar, by James Swann, "That,
on or about the 26th Day of December last, he did
hear Thomas Chadwell speak very scandalous Words
of the Lord Bishop of Chichester; videlicet, "Where
is the pitiful Bishop of Chichester? He hath no more
Right to fit in the House of Peers than I."
It is ORDERED, by the Lords Spiritual and Temporal in Parliament assembled, That the Serjeant at
Arms attending this House, or his Deputy, shall forthwith attach the Body of the said Thomas Chadwell, and
keep him in safe Custody, until the Pleasure of this
House be further signified: And this to be a sufficient
Warrant in that Behalf.
L. Chamberlain reported the King's coming.
The Lord Chamberlain acquainted the House, "That,
according to their Lordships Command, he hath
waited on the King, and signified to Him, that the
Bill for granting the Royal Aid to His Majesty is
passed both Houses. And His Majesty, in regard
he cannot come To-morrow, intends to come presently, and give His Royal Assent to the said Bill."
ORDERED, That the Committee for the Bill concerning the Corporation of Pin-makers do meet on Saturday next.
The King being present, sitting in His Royal Throne,
arrayed with His Regal Robes, the Peers being likewise
in their Robes, His Majesty gave Command to the
Gentleman Usher of the Black Rod, to signify His Majesty's Pleasure to the House of Commons, "That they
come presently, and attend Him, with their Speaker."
Who being come, the Speaker of the House of
Commons made this Speech following:
The Speaker of H. C. Speech.
"May it please Your most Excellent Majesty,
"The last Session of this Parliament, the Lords
and Commons did humbly represent unto Your Majesty the many Wrongs and Indignities that were
done to Your Majesty, and the many Injuries done
to Your Merchants, by the Subjects of The United
Provinces; and did most humbly beseech Your Majesty, that some effectual Course might be taken for
"Your Majesty, at the Opening of this Session,
was graciously pleased to acquaint Your Two Houses,
That, in Pursuance of their Desires, You had, by
Your Agent, required Satisfaction; but that Way
proved ineffectual, and many fresh Provocations were
offered, whereby Your Majesty was necessitated to a
warlike Preparation; by the speedy Dispatch whereof, You had let Your Neighbours see, that You
could defend Yourself and Your Subjects against their
Insolence, upon the Stock of Your own Credit, before Your Parliament came together.
"And now, Sir, give me Leave to say, Your Neighbours may see how a great King is made greater by
His Parliament. Your loyal Commons, after they
convened, did not suffer full Four and Twenty
Hours to pass, before they most chearfully gave
Your Majesty more than Four and Twenty Hundred
"Historians tell us, That in Biscay, a Signiory of
Spaine, when the King entereth into the Frontiers
of the Country, the Lords and Gentlemen there
dwelling proffer Him some few Brass Pieces, called
Maravedis, in a Leathern Bag hanged at the End
of a Lance; but withal they tell Him, that He
must not take them.
"Your Lords and Commons will not only yield Obedience to You with their Bodies, but with their
Purses also: In Token whereof, I do, in the Name
of all the Commons of England, present unto Your
Majesty this Bill, whereby we have given unto Your
Majesty a Royal Aid of Four and Twenty Hundred Seventy-seven Thousand and Five Hundred
Pounds, to be paid in Three Years, by Twelve
Quarterly Payments, to begin from the Five and
Twentieth of December last. And we do humbly
beseech Your Majesty to accept it, as a pregnant
Demonstration of our most unfeigned Duty and
Thankfulness to Your Majesty."
Then the Clerk of the Crown read the Titles of
the Bills following; and the Clerk of the Parliaments
pronounced the Royal Assent, according to the Nature
of the Bills:
"1. An Act for granting a Royal Aid to the King's
Majesty of Twenty-four Hundred Threescore and
Seventeen Thousand and Five Hundred Pounds, to
be raised, levied, and paid, in the Space of Three
"Le Roy, remerciant Ses bons Subjects, accepte leur
Benevolence, et ainsi le veult."
"2. An Act for the enabling of Trustees to sell
Part of the Estate of Samuell Sandys the Elder Esquire, and of his Son Samuell Sandys, for the Payment of Debts."
"3. An Act to enable Sir Edward Hungerford,
Knight of the Bath, to sell certain Lands, in the
County of Devon."
To both which Bills the Royal Assent was severally pronounced, in these Words,
"Soit fait come il est desiré."
After this, His Majesty made a short Speech, to
the Effect following:
The King's Speech.
"Mr. Speaker, and you Gentlemen of the House
"You have given Me a very noble Present, worthy
of yourselves, and worthy of the Vote you passed
on the 22th of April last; for which I thank you as
much as is possible for Me to do. I hope that your
Liberality herein will appear to be good Husbandry.
And I assure you that the Monies shall be employed
as you yourselves would wish.
"My Lords and Gentlemen,
"I perceive by the Bill, that you have put an Engagement upon yourselves to be suddenly in the
Country; and therefore I desire you to hasten your
Councils, that so I may put an End to this Session
as soon as is possible.
"I have no more to add, but again to give you My
Dominus Custos Privati Sigilli declaravit præsens
Parliamentum continuandum esse usque in diem Sabbati,
11um diem instantis Februarii, hora decima Aurora,
Dominis sic decernentibus.