DIE Sabbati, 4 die Junii:
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Absent Lords excused.
THE Lord Chancellor excused the Absence of the
Earl of Hertford, the Lord Bishop of Durbam, and
the Lord Dacre, by reason of Sickness, wherewith
they are all presently visited.
To punish the Abuses of the Sabbath.
The Lord Archbishop of Canterb. first of the Committees appointed to confer with certain of the Lower
House, concerning a Bill, which the Lords had formerly
received from them, for punishing of divers Abuses
committed on the Sabbath Day, called Sunday, did
now report unto the House, That the Committees of
both Houses have this Morning met in the Painted
Chamber; that, by the Committees of this House,
some Things were shewed to be directly not well in the
said Bill, and others which might therein be amended;
to which when they expected some Answer or Satisfaction, on the other Side was alledged, that they had
no Authority, or Warrant, to confer, but only to hear
what should be said, which they would report unto
their House; and thereupon the Lords Committees
should hear further from them. And so his Lordship
delivered back the said Bill into the House.
Memorandum, The Report last abovementioned, touching the Bill for punishing of divers Abuses committed
on the Sabbath Day, called Sunday, was, by the Lords,
ordered to be entered in the Journal Book of this
Lords Morley and Evre's Privilege.
Littletor and Clive arrested.
This Day Edward Taylor, a Constable, dwelling at
Clerkenwell, and William Budd, Keeper of Newgate,
were, by the Serjeant at Arms attending this House,
brought before the Lords, to answer their Contempts,
for that, as hath been informed, the said Taylor, by
Colour of his Office, arrested William Littleton, Servant in ordinary to the Lord Morley, and Stephen Clyve,
Servant to the Lord Evre, and carried them without
Warrant to Newgate, where William Budd, Keeper of
that Prison, abused them, by putting them into the
Hole of the Prison; whereupon William Budd denying
any Abuse by him committed in the keeping of the Parties while they were in Prison, and the Constable in
his Excuse alledging that the said Littleton and Clyve
did, in the Evening Time, break the Peace, and commit other Misdemeanors, for which he, according to
his Oath, carried them to Newgate, being the Prison
for that Place where the Offence was committed; forasmuch as it appeared to the Court, that the Matter
had before this Time been examined by Mr. Nicholas
Kempe, a Justice of Peace in Midd. it was therefore Ordered by the Lords, That the said Mr. Kempe
shall have further Hearing of the Cause, and thereupon
certify their Lordships the full and true State thereof,
that further Order may be therein taken by this House,
as shall appertain.
Privilege does not extend to a Breach of the Peace.
Memorandum, in the Case of Littleton and Clive
abovementioned, the Lord Chancellor did in open Court
declare and affirm, That no Privilege of Parliament
doth protect any Man, in Case of Breach of the
Manor of Paineswick. Expedit.
vice lecta est Billa, An Act for the Confirmation of a Decree in Chancery, made by the Consent of the Lord of the Manor of Paineswick, in the
County of Gloucester, and the Customary Tenants of
the same Manor.
Dominus Cancellarius continuavit præsens Parliamentum usque in diem Lunæ, videlicet, 6m Junii, inter
horam 9m et 10m.