Thursday, the 22d
of January, 1651.
Punishment of Oxford.
RESOLVED, by the Parliament, That after
Wendy Oxford hath stood on the Pillory, according to the Judgment of Parliament, he be no further
imprisoned; but within Six Days depart the Commonwealth of England; according to the Judgment of
Banishment given upon him in Parliament.
Act of Oblivion.
The House, according to former Order, resumed the
Debate upon the Amendments to the Act for General
Pardon and Oblivion.
The Amendment in the Ninth Leaf of the Amendments "for excepting Fee-Farm Rents Service," being
Resolved, The Time in this Clause be the 25th of
March, One thousand Six hundred Forty-and-seven.
The Amendment in the Tenth Leaf of the Amendments, in the First Line, being in Debate;
Resolved, That these Words be inserted, viz. "since
the 25th Day of March 1625."
The Question being put, To agree to the Exception
in the Tenth Leaf of the Amendments, in these Words,
viz. "and also, except all Rents, and Arrearages of Rents
reserved upon any Lease or Grant heretofore made, and
payable unto the Receiver-General of the late Court of
Wards and Liveries; and all Obligations and Securities
entered into, in the said late Court, for Payment of
Monies, other than for mean Rates, as aforesaid; and
all Sums of Money due, and to grow due, upon or by
Reason of any such Obligation or Security, as aforesaid,
since the 27th of March 1625."
The House was divided.
The Yeas went forth.
||Tellers for the Noes:
||With the Noes,
Sir Arth. Hesilrig,
||Tellers for the Yeas:
|Sir Henry Vane,
||With the Yeas,
So it passed with the Negative.
Resolved, That in the 32 and 33 Folio's, the Clauses be
amended,-that the Offences be excepted, and not the
Resolved, That it be referred to a Committee to read
over the Bill, and the several Amendments, that there be
no Erratas, or Incongruities, or Repugnances, or inconsistent Clauses, or Words, therein; and to present their
Opinions to the House on Tuesday Morning next, the first
Business; nothing to intervene: Viz. to Mr. Ellis, Mr.
Attorney, Mr. Say, Mr. Corbett, Lord Commissioner
Whitelock, Mr. Solicitor, Mr. Lechmere, Colonel Marten,
Mr. Long, Mr. Holland, Mr. Love, Lieutenant General
Fleetwood, Sir Thomas Widdrington, or any Three of them:
And are to meet this Afternoon, at Three of Clock, in
Mr. Speaker's Chamber; and so de die in diem.
Ordered, That the Petition of the Gentlemen of Cambridge be presented to the House To-morrow Morning.
Ordered, That the Report touching Worcester, be taken
into Consideration To-morrow Morning, next after the
Petition of the Gentlemen of Cambridge.