Die Luno, 5 Julii, 1641.
Message from Lords.
A MESSAGE from the Lords, by Sir Edward
Leech and Dr. Bennett;
The Lords have sent us to let you know, that the
King will be at the Lords House this Morning.
Message to attend the King.
The Gentleman Usher came, and acquainted the
House, that his Majesty was in the Lords House; and
requires Mr. Speaker, and the House of Commons, to
attend him there.
That all the Members of the House shall pay all such
several Sums of Money, as, by the Act, intituled, An
Act for the speedy Provision of Monies &c. they are appointed to pay, into the Hands of Sir Arthure Ingram,
Sir Robert Pye, Mr. Wheeler, and Mr. Bell, or some or
One of them, between this and Friday: And that they
shall present the Names of such to the House, on Saturday Morning, as have not paid in their Monics by that
time. They giving of Acquittances, in such manner as is
expressed in the said Act, shall be a sufficient Discharge,
for all such as shall pay in their Monies.
Ordered, That the Citizens and Burgesses, that serve for
the City, shall repair to the Lord Mayor of London, from
this House, to desire him to employ his best Endeavours
for the speedy Raising and Paying in of the Monies appointed by the Act; and in the same Manner as is directed
by the Act of Parliament: And that some of the Serjeants
shall repair to their Societies, to move them, that the
Monies assessed by this Act, may speedily, according to
the Directions of the Act of Parliament * *: And that the
Judges would take Order for the Officers of the several
Courts: And that some Members of this House repair to
the Benchers of the several Inns of Court, of which they
are Members, to take some Course for the speedy Raising
of the Monies, not only within their Societies, but also
within the several Inns of Chancery belonging to their
The Cofferer of the King's Houshold to take care, that
the Monies . . by the Servants of the King's Houshold.
Serjeant Wilde, Chancery Lane.
Serjeant Evers, Serjeants Inn in Fleet-street.
Mr. Solicitor, for Lincolnes Inn.
Mr. Whittaker, for the Middle Temple.
Sir Tho. Widdrington, for Grayes Inn.
Mr. Vaughan, for the Inner Temple.
Dr. Turner, to give Notice to the College of Physicians.
Dr. Eden and Dr. Parry, to Doctors Commons.
That Mr. Treasurer and Mr. Solicitor move his Majesty, for his Proclamation speedily to issue forth, concerning the payment of the Monies appointed to be paid,
by the Act for the speedy Provision of Monies &c. as in
the said Act is expressed.
That Sir Benjamin Rudyard, - for the Court of
Mr. Valentine and Mr. Littleton, to move the Lord
Keeper, that he would call the several Officers in the
That the Commissioners for the Parishes within the
Suburbs do take some Course for preparing all things
ready, against such time as the Proclamation shall come
forth, and the Act be printed.
Dr. Parry is to repair to the Convocation-house, to
move the Members of that House speedily to pay in Theirs.
Sir Roger Palmer,-to the King's Houshold.
Mr. Treasurer acquaints the House, that the * Rossetti
Grant to Queen Mother.
Mr. Treasurer, Sir Walter Erle, Sir John Colpepper, Sir
Robert Pye, Sir Hen. Mildmay, Mr. Pym, Sir John
Hotham, Sir Tho. Barrington, Sir John Evelyn, Mr.
Hollis, Sir Ben. Rudyard, Sir Hen. Anderson;
This Committee is to consider of some convenient
Ways of raising Ten thousand Pounds, to be disposed of
by his Majesty, for the Furnishing of the Queen Mother
in her Journey.
A Message, by Serjeant Finch and Doctor Littleton;
The Lords have sent a Copy of the Manifesto, examined by the Clerk; and do desire, that, if it may stand
with the Conveniency of this House, that the Select Committee of this House may meet with the Select Committee of that House concerning the Army.
Answer returned, by the same Messengers; that the
Select Committee of this House shall meet with the
Select Committee of the Lords, presently, as is desired.
Ordered, That the House sit this Afternoon, to read
the Manifesto this Day come from the Lords.
Lords to sit.
Sir Robert Harley went up to the Lords, to desire their
Lordships, if it may stand with their Conveniency, to sit
Priests and Jesuits.
ORDERED, That Rowland Callow Gentleman
shall be authorised, by Warrant of this House, to
apprehend such Popish Priests, and Jesuits; as he can any
ways find out. And the same Power to be granted to
him, as to others, in that Kind.
Mr. Rich. Winwood maketh his Protestation.
Ordered, That the Committee for abolishing Superstition do meet To-morrow at Two of Clock in the Court
Impeachment of the Judges.
Ordered, That the Transmission against the Judges
shall be sent up To-morrow Morning to the Lords: And
the Lord Wenman is ordered to go with a Message to
that Purpose, To-morrow at Nine of the Clock.
The Manifesto, touching the Prince Elector, read.
Prince Elector Palatine.
Ordered, That the House be resolved into a Committee
on Wednesday next at Nine of the Clock, to take into Consideration the Manifesto, now read, concerning the Prince
And Sir Simonds D'Ewes, Mr. Hampden, Lord Falkland, Mr. Strode, Sir Ben. Rudyard, Sir Tho. Barrington,
Mr. Hollis, Mr. Pymm, Sir Hen. Mildmay, Mr. Cage,
Mr. Pelham, Sir John Colpepper, Mr. Martin, Sir Robert
Pye, Sir Gilbert Gerrard, Sir Hen. Anderson, Sir Robert
Harley, Sir Oliver Luke, Mr. Carew.
This Committee is required to look into the Journals of
the House of 21° Jacobi and 10° Car.'; and to inform themselves, what they find there, concerning the Restoring of
the Prince Elector Palatine to his Rights and Possessions;
and also to consider, what Person or Persons, or Ministers
of State, whatsoever, have been Instruments heretofore
to the Hindrance thereof; And also to have Power to
present to this House whatsoever they find worthy the
Knowledge of this House, touching this Matter: and Mr.
Wheeler is added to this Committee; and ordered to
bring such Writings, or Letters, to this Committee, as
may conduce to this Business: And are to meet To-morrow at Seven of Clock, in the Star-chamber.
Bp. of Ely's Impeachment.
Sir Thomas Widdrington reports from the Committee
for the Bishop of Ely; and, upon the whole Matter, presents Twenty-five Articles of Impeachment against him,
as the Resolution of the Committee; which were distinctly
read; and voted, one by one; and ordered to be ingrossed;
(the Reporter having first-delivered in some Names, to
be inserted into the said Impeachment; and made perfect
the Date, in Places omitted or mistaken.)
Resolved, upon the Question, That the Opinion of this
House is, that Mathew Wren Bishop of Ely is unfit and
unworthy to hold or continue any spiritual Promotion,
or Office, in the Church, or Commonwealth.
Ordered, That the Lords be desired to join with this
House, to move his Majesty, that the Bishop of Ely may
be removed from his Person and Service.
Patents concerning Projects.
Ordered, That a Warrant issue forth, under Mr. Speaker's Hand, to the Clerk of the Rolls, or other Officers
whatsoever, forthwith to return unto this House a Catalogue of all such Patents, concerning Projects, as have
passed since primo Car. and are upon Record in their
Offices; and the Dates of those Patents; and the Names
of the Persons used in the said Patents; and what they
Ordered, That the House do, on Thursday next, take
into Consideration, what Punishment those of the Convocation-house have incurred, by Making of the last new
Canons; and whether they are Persons fit longer to continue to bear any Office in the Church, or Commonwealth:
And further, to consider, what Offence they have committed, by sending forth Writs, under Seal; and using Ecclesiastical Power and Jurisdiction, in their own Name;
without Warrant by Law: And Mr. Speaker is to put the
House in mind of this Order; and to interrupt any other
Business whatsover, at Nine of the Clock: And all the
Lawyers of the House are required to prepare themselves
to speak in this Matter, at that time.
Breach of Privilege.
Ordered, That, To-morrow at Eight of Clock, Report be made to the House, touching the Breach of Privilege 3° Car'. And the Four Members appointed to
examine a Witness touching that Matter, have Leave to
report the same to the Committee.