DIE Martis, videlicet, 8 die Maii:
p. Archiepus. Cant.
p. Epus. London.
p. Epus. Dunelme.
p. Epus. Carliol.
p. Epus. Bangor.
p. Epus. Peterburgh.
p. Epus. Landaven.
p. Epus. Norwicen.
p. Epus. Bristoll.
p. Epus. Lincoln.
p. Epus. Glocestren.
Epus. Bathon. et Wellen.
p. Epus. Cicestren.
|p. Ds. Ellesmere, Cancellar. Angliæ.
p. Comes Salisburiæ, Magnus Thesaur. Angliæ.
p. Comes Northampton, Ds. Custos Privati Sigilli.
p. Comes Notingham, Magnus Admirall. et Senescall.
p. Comes Suffolke, Camerar. Hospitii Regis.
p. Comes Arundell.
p. Comes Salopp.
p. Comes Derbie.
p. Comes Wigorn.
p. Comes Rutland.
p. Comes Cumbriæ.
p. Comes Sussex.
p. Comes Huntingdon.
p. Comes Southampton.
p. Comes Bedford.
p. Comes Pembrooke.
p. Comes Dorsett.
p. Vicecomes Lisle.
p. Ds. Bergevenny.
p. Ds. Zouch.
Ds. Willughby de Eresby.
p. Ds. Stafford.
p. Ds. Dudley.
p. Ds. Darcie de Menell.
p. Ds. Evre.
Ds. Willughby de Parham.
p. Ds. Sheffeild.
p. Ds. Pagett.
Ds. Darcie de Chich.
Ds. Howard de Effingham.
p. Ds. North.
p. Ds. Hunsdon.
p. Ds. St. John.
p. Ds. Norreys.
p. Ds. Howard de Walden.
p. Ds. Knollys.
p. Ds. Wotton.
p. Ds. Russell.
p. Ds. Petre.
p. Ds. Gerrard.
p. Ds. Spencer.
p. Ds. Saie.
p. Ds. Denny.
p. Ds. Stanhope.
p. Ds. Cavendish.
Erection of Common Brewhouses, and avoiding of Drunkenness.
vice lecta est Billa, An Act for the Erection of Common Brewhouses, in certain Places needing
the same, whereby the Subjects may be much eased in
the Point of Carriages, at the Times of His Majesty's
Progress, and Drunkenness the better avoided.
Bladwell, Hasden's, &c. Naturalization.
vice lecta est Billa, An Act for the Naturalizing of Richard Bladwell, John Badwell, and Robert
Badwell, the Sons of John Badwell, an Englishman,
George Hasden and John Hasden the Sons, and Martyn
Hasden, the Wife of John Hasden, an Englishman,
Elizabeth Cradock and Anne Cradocke, the Daughters of
William Cradocke, an Englishman, Jane, alias Janckin
Carstens, and Elizabeth Van Buecthton.
Ramsey and Alexander's, &c. Expedit.
vice lecta est Billa, An Act for the Naturalizing of Sir George Ramsey, Knight, Equerry of the
most Excellent Prince Henry, Walter Alexander, Gentleman Usher of the said Prince Henry, and John Sandilandis, Groom of the said Prince's Bed-chamber.
Bills from the H. C. Expedit.
Hodie allatæ sunt 4 Billæ a Domo Communi, presented by Mr. Chancellor of the Exchequer and others:
1. An Act for the Sale of Part of the Lands of William Essex, of Lamborne, in the County of Berk, Esquire,
for the Payment of his Debts, and settling the Residue
upon himself and his Posterity. Returned, with the
Consent of the Lower House to certain Amendments
added by the Lords.
2. An Act for the Continuance and better Maintenance
of Husbandry, and other Manual Occupations, by the
true Employment of Monies given, and to be given, for
the binding out of Apprentices.
3. An Act for the taking, landing, and carrying, of
Sea Sand, for the Bettering of Grounds, and for the
Increase of Corn and Tillage, within the Counties of
Devon and Cornewall.
4. An Act against Burning of Ling and Heath, and
other Moor-burning, in the Counties of York, Durham,
Northumberlande, Cumb'lande, Westm'land, Lancaster, Darby,
Nottingham, and Leicester, at unseasonable Times of the
Ld. Treasurer acquaints the House with the Assassination of Henry the Fourth of France.
The Lord Treasurer, in an eloquent Speech, not without some sensible Passion, in regard of the Matter which
he was to deliver, and of the weighty Consequence depending thereon, reported to the House, That the French
King, having on Thursday last crowned His Queen, and
having on Friday last been at the Palace, returning to
The Louvre, accompained with Three Nobles, as He sat
with His Back towards the End of the Coach, passing
through a narrow Lane, was, at the Turning, slain, by
a base Fellow, with a long Knife. His Lordship declared the Manner of the Murder, as he had received
the News; but referred the Truth of Circumstances to
further Intelligence. His Lordship discoursed of the exceeding Virtues and Riches of that dead King; and that,
at His Death, He had a great Army in Readiness; that
He was an assured Friend to the King our Sovereign
and to this Realm, and an especial Defence and Wall
between Religion and all the Opposites in Christendom.
His Lordship also shewed what Cause (being now deprived of Him) we have to doubt many Inconveniences.
Lastly he shewed the great Necessity importing the King
and People to provide Treasure before-hand, against all
Message to the H. C. for a Conference.
Lastly, it was Agreed, upon his Lordship's Motion, to
send a Message to the Lower House, to this Effect:
That their Lordships, having all this Session found
that House to bear great Respect to this, and their
Lordships likewise desiring to hold all good Correspondency with them; and well knowing that both Houses,
though sitting in several Places, yet make but One Body
and One Council, have thought good, and are desirous,
to acquaint that House with an Accident of high Importance; and, because the same is also rare, therefore
their Lordships do desire, that such and so many of the
Lower House as themselves shall think sit may presently
meet with certain of the Lords of this House, in the
Painted Chamber. As the House was dispatching Messengers for this Purpose to the Lower House, and had
given Order to the Gentleman Usher to repair to that
House, and to pray them not to arise, but awhile to
expect a Message from hence, it was informed, that the
Messengers of that House, who brought up the Bills
aforesaid, attended Answer; whereupon they were called
in, and this Message sent by them.
Answer, by Sir Edward Hobby and others, with some
Preamble, That an appointed Number of the
Lower House shall presently give Meeting to their
Lordships, as was desired.
Dominus Cancellarius continuavit præsens Parliamentum in diem Jovis, videlicet, 10m Maii, hora 9a.