Die Martis, 26 Jan. 1640.
Order concerning Bullock.
UPON a Motion this Day made, concerning an
Order made in this House December 15, 1640,
dispensing thereby with Mr. Bullock for attending, at that
time, the Lord Keeper, he being at the same time, and
upon the same Business, ordered to attend the Grand
Committee for Trade; and it being farther Ordered,
that the said Mr. Bullock should not be prejudiced, by
any Orders made by the Lord Keeper, for his not attending there: It was declared, that the Intention of the
House was, that the said Order of 15 December should
extend only to that Day; but they intended not hereby
to make Stay of any Suit depending between him, and
any other, concerning that Business.
Priests and Jesuits.
Sir Jo. Hotham, Mr. Strode, Sir Fr. Seymour, Mr.
Glinne, Mr. Nath. Fines, Mr. Edw. Hide, Mr. Hollis,
Mr. Ralph Goodwyn, Mr. Crue, Mr. Bagshaw, Mr.
Arth. Goodwyn, Sir Tho. Barrington, Mr. Noell, Sir Wm.
Litton, Sir Guy Palmes, Lord Falkland, Sir Edw. Hungerford, Sir Edm. Mountfort, Mr. Hatcher, Sir Edw.
Deering, Mr. Vane, Sir Walth. Erle, Mr. Reignolds, Sir
This Committee is to take into Consideration the
Heads of the Debates this Day happening, concerning
the Reprieval of Jo. Goodman the Priest; and concerning
the putting into due Execution the Laws made against
Priests and Jesuits; and to present those Things, that
shall be necessary for a free Conference with the Lords,
concerning these Matters, To-morrow Morning: And
are to meet this Afternoon, at Two of Clock, in the
Proceeding against Oconnor.
Ordered, That the Examinations now remaining with
the Committee for Recusants, concerning Oconnor the
Priest, be delivered over to the Committee appointed to
draw up the Charge against the Earl of Straford, to make
use of in that Charge, and then to be returned to the
Committee again: And that Mr. Glinne, and Mr. Perd,
some Time about the Beginning of the next Week, to
desire them from this House to proceed to the Trial of
the said Oconnor.
Person to attend.
Ordered, That Mrs. Ann Hussy be summoned to be
here To-morrow Morning.
Burrell's, &c. Petition.
Ordered, That Mr. Burrell's Petition, and the Petition
of the Inhabitants of Great Wratting in the County of
Suffolk, be referred to the Bishop of Ely's Committee.
Suspected Popish Priests, &c.
Ordered, That a Warrant issue under Mr. Speaker's
Hand, directed to the Justices of the Peace for the County
of Rutland, thereby giving them Directions to examine
the Business, concerning the Apprehension of a suspected
Popish Priest, at Mr. Haselwood's House of Belten, in
the County aforesaid; and to require them to seize into
their Hands the Popish Books, and other Popish Implements, found in the said House; and to take good Security of Mr. Haselwood for his Appearance here, when he
shall be required; and they are to certify to this House
the Particulars of the whole Matter, that this House may
take such farther Order therein, as they shall think fit.