House of Commons Journal Volume 6
30 June 1649

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'House of Commons Journal Volume 6: 30 June 1649', Journal of the House of Commons: volume 6: 1648-1651 (1802), pp. 246-247. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=25699 Date accessed: 23 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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Die Sabbati, 30 Julii, 1649.

St. Crosse's Hospital.

THE Lord Commissioner Lysle did this Day present unto the House a Patent heretofore granted unto him, of the Office of Master of the House or Hospital of St. Crosse, near Winton in the County of Southampton, to hold quamdiu se bene gesserit, freely, and of his own Accord; desiring the Leave of the House to surrender the said Patent; and that the said Office may be disposed of to some other Person; and that the House would be plcased to make Provision, that those Allowances and Augmentations, which the Lord Commissioner Lysle hath allowed to the Minister and the Brethren of that Hospital, of the Revenues thereof, which formerly accrued to the Master, may be continued.

Resolved, &c. That John Coke Esquire be constituted and appointed Master of St. Crosse's Hospital, quamdiu se bene gesserit.

Ordered, That the Minister's Means, that officiates in St. Crosse's Hospital, be made up One hundred Pounds per Annum, out of the Revenue of St. Crosse's.

Ordered, That the yearly Allowance given to the Thirteen poor Brethren of the said Hospital, being formerly Four Nobles a Year, be made up Five Pounds a Year, out of the Revenues of the said Hospital, over and above their Diet and Lodging.

Ordered, That it be recommended to Mr. Coke, Master of the said Hospital, to take care, as the Places in the said Hospital shall become void, with respect to the Foundation, that Soldiers who have been maimed in the Parliament Service, be in the first place preferred to the Brethren of the said Hospital.

Ordered, That Mr. Attorney General be authorized and required to prepare a Patent for Mr. Coke to be Master of the said Hospital, quamdiu se bene gesserit, according to these several Votes: And that the Lords Commissioners for the Great Seal of England be authorized and required to pass the same under the Great Seal accordingly.

Walley's Petition.

The humble Petition of Charles Walley, of Chester, was this Day read.

Ordered, That the said Charles Walley be absolutely freed and discharged from all Imputation of Delinquency; and be, and is hereby, restored to the Favour and good Opinion of this House.

And it is further Ordered, That the Remainder of the Fine imposed on the said Charles Walley, for his Delinquency, being Two hundred Sixty-eight Pounds Ten Shillings, be discharged: And that the Bonds entered into, for Payment thereof, be delivered up, and cancelled.

And in regard of his long, faithful, and eminent, Service to the State, it is further Ordered, That he be, and is hereby, restored, and admitted to be capable of any Place or Office of publick Trust in the Commonwealth.

Ordered, That it be referred to the Council of State, to consider of the Order heretofore made by the Irish Committee, for Allowance to the said Charles Walley, for transporting Money to Ireland; and see that the same be performed to the said Charles Walley.

Ordered, That it be referred to the Council of State, to consider of the past Services of the said Charles Walley; and to see him satisfied.

Army Arrears.

The House this Day again resumed the Debate upon the Amendments to the Act for securing the Soldiers Arrears.

Resolved, &c. That Thomas Coke Esquire, of Pedmarsh in the County of Essex, be one of the Trustees to be named in this Act.

Resolved, &c. That Thomas Blunt Esquire, of Kent, be one of the Trustees to be named in this Act.

Resolved, &c. That John Sparrow, of Essex, Esquire, be one of the Trustees to be named in this Act.

Resolved, &c. That William Kenrick, of Kent *, be one of the Trustees to be named in this Act.

Resolved, &c. That Ralph Harrison Esquire be one of the Trustees to be named in this Act.

Resolved, &c. That John Ireton, of London, *, be one of the Trustees to be named in this Act.

Resolved, &c. That Wm. Steele Esquire be one of the Trustees to be named in this Act.

Resolved, &c. That Sylvanus Taylor Esquire be one of the Trustees to be named in this Act.

Resolved, &c. That * Hubbard, of Middlesex, Doctor of Physick, be one of the Trustees to be named in this Act.

Resolved, &c. That Cornelius Coke Esquire be one of the Trustees named in this Act.

Resolved, &c. That Sir Henry Holcroft * be one of the Trustees mentioned in this Act.

Resolved, &c. That John Cleypoole Esquire be one of the Trustees named in this Act.

Resolved, &c. That Sir Edward Barkham Baronet be one of the Trustees named in this Act.

Crown lands.

Mr. Holland reports from the Council of State, their Opinion, That these Houses and Parks, hereunder named, be kept for the publick Use of the Commonwealth, and not sold; viz. Whitehall House, Westminster Palace, St. James Park, St. James House, Sommerset House, Hampton Court, and the House Park, Theobalds, and the Park, Winsore, and the Little Park next the House, Greenwich House, and Park and Castle, Hyde Park.

Ordered, That it be referred to the Council of State, to consider of such Castles, Houses, and other Buildings, that now are, or may be, thought fit to be employed for the publick Use of the State; and to report it to the House on Monday Morning.

Resolved, &c. That the City of London have the New Park, in the County of Surrey, settled upon them, and their Successors, as an Act of Favour from this House, for the Use of the City, and their Successors: And that an Act be brought in to that Purpose.

Mr. Goodwyn, Mr. Reynolds, Mr. Salwey, Colonel Ven, Alderman Atkins, Mr. Allen, Alderman Wilson, and Mr. Leaman, do bring in the said Act.

Resolved, &c. That Whitehall House, Westminster Palace, and St. James Park, with their Appurtenances, be excepted out of the said Act, for the publick Use of the Commonwealth.

Resolved, &c. That St. James House, with the Appurtenances, be excepted out of this Act, for the publick Use of the Commonwealth.

Resolved, &c. That Somerset House, with the Appurtenances, be excepted out of this Act, for the publick Use of the Commonwealth.

Resolved, &c. That Hampton Court House, and the House Park, be excepted out of this Act, for the publick Use of the Commonwealth.

Resolved, &c. That Greenwich House, and Park, and Castle, with their Appurtenances, be excepted out of this Act, for the publick Use of the Commonwealth.

The Question being propounded, That Theobalds House, and the Park, be excepted out of this Act, for the publick Use of the Commonwealth;

It passed with the Negative.

Resolved, &c. That Windsore Castle, and the Little Park next the House, with the Appurtenances, be excepted out of this Act, for the publick Use of the Commonwealth.

Resolved, &c. That the New Park at Richmond be excepted out of this Act, for the publick Use of the Commonwealth.

Resolved, &c. That Hyde Park, with the Appurtenances, be excepted out of this Act, for the publick Use of the Commonwealth.

Ordered, That the Committee who brought in this Act, do sit this Afternoon; and put the Papers in their right Order; and see the Amendments put into their right Places in the Bill, that the Act may be fit for Ingrossing.-

Reports deferred.

Ordered, That the Report concerning Mr. Marten, and the Report concerning the Lord Grey, be made on Monday Morning.-

Crown Lands.

Resolved, &c. That John Humfreis Esquire be one of the Contractors named in this Act.

Resolved, &c. That Thomas Ayres Esquire be one of the Contractors named in this Act.

Resolved, &c. That John White Esquire be one of the Contractors named in the said Act.

Sir James Harrington reports from the Council of State, That the House will take Order, That in the Sale of the Forests, Chaces, and Parks, some Provision may be made for Preservation of Timber that is fit for Shipping, in such Proportion and Manner as the House shall think fit.

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666 jonathanblaney - (Thursday 27 Jan 2011 17:58:43)
This date is incorrectly printed in the Journal, and should read "30 Junii".
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