House of Commons Journal Volume 8
22 January 1662

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'House of Commons Journal Volume 8: 22 January 1662', Journal of the House of Commons: volume 8: 1660-1667 (1802), pp. 349. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=26439 Date accessed: 18 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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Mercurii, 22 die Januarii, 13 Car. Regis.

Etrick's Estate.

An Amendment, sent from the Lords, to an ingrossed Bill, sent from this House, to enable Anthony Etrick to sell Lands for Payment of Debts, was twice read; and, upon the Question, agreed unto.

Resolved, That the said Amendments be inserted and made Part of the Bill.

Stodgscomb Manor.

A Bill for discharging the Manor of Stodgscomb, and other Manors, in Devon, from a Trust of One hundred and Fifty Years, unto the Earls of Exeter, Bridgewater, and Bullingbrooke, was this Day read the First time.

Ordered, That this Bill be read the Second time, on Monday next.

Childstealing.

Ordered, That the Bill against stealing Children, be read To-morrow Morning.

Thomas' Drainage.

An ingrossed Bill, sent from the Lords, for the Establishment of the Level of Fen Lands, formerly drained by Sir Anthony Thomas, was this Day read the Second time.

Resolved, That this Bill be committed to the same Committee to which the Bills concerning Lindsey Level, and other the Levels of the Fens in Lincolnshire, are committed: And they are to take into Consideration the Petitions already brought in; and such other Petitions as shall be tendered to them by any Persons concerned in the Fens in Question; and to summon and hear all Persons concerned, and give them convenient Time to come in: And all the Members of this House, that shall come (except such as are concerned in Point of Interest in this Level) are to have Voices at the said Committee, according to the former Orders made, touching Lindsey Level, and other the Fens in Lincolneshire: And it is referred to the said Committee, to consider of the Matter of Breach of the Privilege of this House, objected to be in this Bill sent from the Lords, in laying a Tax on the People, and naming Members of this House to be Commissioners in the Bill; and to make Report to this House.

Customs.

Ordered, That the Bill for preventing Frauds and Abuses in the Customs, be read To-morrow Morning.

Aulnage Duty.

Ordered, That the Petition of divers Mercers and Drapers, within the County of Warwick, and City and County of Coventry, be referred to the same Committee to which the Bill concerning Aulnage is committed; to take the said Petition, and Case of the Petitioners, into their Consideration.

Highways, &c.

Ordered, That the Matter upon the Amendments reported to the Bill of Highways, and the other Bill for repairing and maintaining the Highways in and near the Cities of London and Westminster, and Parts adjacent, be resumed into Consideration on Monday Morning next.

Collectors of Revenue.

A Bill for indemnifying such as have been Collectors of publick Monies, was this Day read the First time.

Resolved, That the said Bill be read the Second time To-morrow Morning.

Militia.

And then the House resolved into a Committee of the whole House, to proceed in the Debate of the Bill for the Militia; and to take into Consideration such Proposals as should be offered for preventing of present Dangers, and securing the Peace of the Kingdom.

Mr. Speaker left the Chair.

Mr. Solicitor General took the Chair of the Committee.

And Mr. Speaker again took the Chair.

And Mr. Solicitor General made Report, That the Committee of the whole House had made some Progress in the said Bill; and desired, that the House might again resolve itself into a Committee of the whole House, on Saturday next, to resume the further Debate of the said Bill.

Resolved, That this House do again resolve itself into a Committee of the whole House, on Saturday next, at Ten of the Clock, to resume the further Debate of the said Bill.

And then the House adjourned till To-morrow Morning at Eight of the Clock.