Friday, the 18th of July, 1651.
Recorder of Wickham.
ORDERED, by the Parliament, That Edmond
Petty Esquire be and is hereby nominated and appointed, Recorder of the Town of Wickham in the
County of Bucks: And that Mr. Lane be and is hereby
discharged from being Recorder of the said Town.
The humble Petition of Edward Lord Howard, with
the Certificate of Dr. Mayerne, was this Day read.
Resolved, By the Parliament, That Edward Lord
Howard be, by Warrant of Mr. Speaker, sent to the
Tower, as a Prisoner, within Fourteen Days, if his Health
will permit, or as soon as it shall permit.
Taking the Engagement.
Resolved, That Major Anthony Morgan be admitted to
proceed and go on in his Suits in Chancery, and other
Courts, notwithstanding the Exception of not taking the
Engagement here in England; it having been certified
by the Lord Deputy General of Ireland, That the said
Major Anthony Morgan hath taken the said Engagement
there, where he is in actual Service: And that the Judges
of the several Courts, and of the Assizes, do take Notice
hereof, and admit his Proceedings accordingly, as if he
had taken the Engagement in England; and the same
had been certified according to the Act.
Ordered, That an Act be brought in by the Lords
Commissioners of the Great Seal of England; to declare
the Intent and Meaning of the Act for taking the Engagement, in Cases where it hath been taken in Ireland or
The House this Day took up the Debate upon the
Qualifications for Ireland.
The House, according to former Order, adjourned
itself to Tuesday Morning next, Eight of Clock.