Die Veneris, 21 Augusti, 1646.
Ordered, That Mr. Edward Thomas, a Member of this
House, shall have Leave to go into the Country.
Ordered, That Mr. Whitehead, a Member of this House,
shall have Leave to go to the Bathe, for the Recovery of
Ordered, That the Lord Grey, a Member of this House,
shall have Leave to go into the Country.
Ordered, That Mr. Samuel Browne, a Member of this
House, shall have Leave to go into the Country, and to
stay there a Month.
Ordered, That Colonel Thomas Hodges, a Member of
this House, shall have Leave to go into the Country.
The House, according to an Order Yesterday made,
took into Consideration the Debate concerning the Report
made, on Wednesday last, by Mr. Crew, from the Commissioners of Scotland, touching such Monies as shall be
thought fit to be advanced to the Scotts, upon the March
of their Army out of the Kingdom.
The Articles of the Treaty, upon the Assistance of our
Brethren of Scotland, were read; and likewise the last
Paper from the Commissioners of Scotland, of 19 Augusti
1646; and the Report then made by Mr. Crew.
Resolved, &c. That Two hundred thousand Pounds be
provided for the Scotts Army, whereof the first Hundred thousand Pounds to be paid unto them upon the
Marching of their Armies and Forces out of this Kingdom,
at such Time and Place as hereafter shall be expressed.
Resolved, &c. That the Time, expressed in the former
Order, shall be the Eighteenth Day of September next.
Resolved, &c. That it be referred to the Members of
this House that are of the Committee of both Kingdoms,
to confer with the Commissioners of Scotland concerning
the Place for the Payment of the first Hundred thousand Pounds, according to the former Order.
Resolved, &c. That the second Hundred thousand
Pounds shall be paid by Fifty thousand Pounds and Fifty
thousand Pounds; the first Fifty thousand Pounds at the
End of Three Months, accounting from the Eighteenth of
September; and the second Fifty thousand Pounds at the
End of Nine Months, accounting from the Eighteenth of
Ordered, That it be referred to the Committee of the
North, and the Committee of the Army, joined to this
Committee, as to this Business, Sir Wm. Armyn, Mr. Robert Goodwyn, Mr. Hodges, Mr. Purefoy, Mr. Salwey,
Mr. Pury, Mr. Green, Mr. John Ashe, Mr. Dormer,
Mr. Boughton, Mr. Gell, Sir Gilbert Gerard, Mr. Harvey, Mr. Lisle, Mr. Walker, Sir Antho. Irby, Mr. Baynton, Mr. Marten, or any Four of them; to prepare a general Estimate of the Accompts of the Scotts Army; and
to consider of the Estimate sent in by the Scotts Commissioners, and of what shall be thought fit to be brought in,
by way of Estimate, to balance that, or defalk from it, or
surcharge upon it: And they are to meet To-morrow at
Eight of Clock, in the Duchy-Chamber: And have Power
to send for Parties, Witnesses, Papers, Records, &c.: And
are to report on Tuesday next.
Ordered, That Mr. Edward Stephens shall have Leave
to go into the Country.
Ordered, That Mr. Horner shall have Leave to go into
Resolved, &c. That it be referred to the Committee at
Goldsmiths-Hall, to consider how this Hundred thousand Pounds for the Scotts may be raised within the Time,
and upon what Security; and to tender it to the House:
And have Power to send to the Commissioners of the Customs, to the Merchants-Adventurers, East-India Company, Eastland Company, and such other Persons as they
shall think fit; and to confer and treat with them upon
the Advance of this Hundred thousand Pounds: And
Mr. Prideaux, Mr. Harvey, Mr. Wilson, Alderman Atkin,
Sir Robert Pye, Colonel Thompson, Mr. * Browne, Mr.
Snelling, Alderman Pennington, Mr. Vassall, Mr. Ven,
Mr. Pury, Mr. Leman, Mr. Green, Mr. Scawen, Mr.
Edward Ashe, Mr. Knightly, Mr. Berrow, Mr. Corbett,
are added to this Committee, as to this Business: And are
to meet upon it To-morrow at Eight of Clock, and so
from time to time: And are to report on Tuesday Morning next.
Resolved, That a Conference be desired with the Lords,
upon Tuesday Morning next; and Reasons offered to them,
to press them with the Necessity of the speedy passing the
Ordinance for the Sale of Delinquents Estates.
Sir Arthur Hasilrig, Mr. Marten, Mr. Sam. Browne,
Sir Henry Heyman, Mr. Gourdon, Mr. Lawrence, Sir John
Evelyn, Sir Wm. Lewes, Mr. Fienis, Sir Henry Vane, Mr.
Lisle, Mr. Bond, Mr. Prideaux, or any Four of them, are
appointed to prepare Reasons to be offered unto the Lords
at this Conference.
Sir Robert Pye is appointed to go the Lords on Tuesday
next, to desire this Conference.
Ordered, That the Derbyshire Petition be read on Tuesday Morning next, the first Business.
Upon Mr. Challoner's Report, from the Committee to
whom the Business concerning the Commitment of Sir Thomas Glemham was referred, upon Consideration of the Articles for Surrender of Oxon;
Resolved, &c. That Sir Thomas Glemham is comprised within the Articles for Surrender of the Garison of
Oxford, concerning Freedom from Arrests.
Resolved, &c. That Sir Thomas Glemham be forthwith
discharged of his Imprisonment: And that the Sheriffs of
London and Middlesex, and the Secondaries, Clerks of the
Papers, and Keepers of the Compters in Wood-street and
in the Poultry, shall be saved harmless, and kept indemnified from any Action of Escape, or other Action, to be
brought against them, or any of them, for or by reason of
the Release or Discharge of the said Sir Thomas Glemham
of and from his said Imprisonment.
Ordered, That Mr. Speaker do, on Tuesday Morning
next, put the House in mind of the several late Mercies
of God in Reducing of divers strong Castles and Garisons
to the Obedience of the Parliament; to the end a Day of
Publick Thanksgiving may be appointed for the same.
Ordered, That the Propositions, made by the Lord
Broghall to the Committee for Irish Affairs, be reported
on Tuesday Morning next.
Resolved, &c. That the House be adjourned until Tuesday Morning at Eight of the Clock. And
The House was so adjourned accordingly.