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THE Lord Archbishop of Cant. his Absence excused by the Lord Chancellor, for Want of Health.
The Lord Bishop of Winchester, his Absence excused,
for Want of Health.
The Lord Carewes, Absence excused by the Earl of
Warwick, for Want of Health.
Both Houses to receive the King's Answer, concerning Priests, Recusants, &c.
The Lord Chancellor declared, That His Majesty,
having been moved, doth assent, that the Committees
of both Houses shall, on Saturday next, have Access
unto His Highness, and receive his Answer and Pleasure touching their Petition lately exhibited to His
Majesty, concerning Jesuits, Seminary Priests, and Popish
His Lordship then proposed who should be their
Mouth, to deliver unto His Majesty their Desire and
humble Request; whereof, his Lordship conceived,
there could be now no Conclusion, but a Conference
first between Committees of both Houses; whereat they of the Lower House to begin, because they
propounded. Agreed generally, That the Lord Chancellor should (as the common Mouth for both Houses)
open the Matter desired, and speak therein to His Majesty.
Message to the Commons, about Priests, Recusants, &c.
Hereupon the Lord Chancellor did put them in Mind
that they promised to send the Commons Word what
Time His Majesty should be pleased to appoint for their
Access as aforesaid; and wished that their Lordships, by
these Messengers, would pray a Conference, by Committees, touching this Business; which were agreed to be
the same that Yesterday were used in the Conference
touching this Matter.
It was moved, That the Prince his Highness, and
divers Peers particularly named, might now be added
unto the former Committees Yesterday appointed, and
now allowed to meet with the Committees of the Lower
House, for Conference as aforesaid: But, in respect the
Number hath been already agreed on, this Motion was
not approved; only his Highness was humbly desired,
by general Suit of all the Lords both Spiritual and Temporal, that he would be pleased to be added to the said
Committee, as aforesaid; whereunto his Highness having
graciously yielded, it was generally agreed, That Messengers, videlicet, Mr. Justice Warburton and Mr. Justice
Wynch, should be sent unto the Lower House, to desire
the Meeting and Conference before mentioned; and
that the same Messengers should also intimate unto the
Commons, That the Prince his Highness, upon humble
Request in that Behalf made unto him by this House,
hath vouchsafed to be present, and join in this Conference; and farther, in regard of his Highness's Presence, it is desired by the Lords, that of that House, there
will not come over many, besides the Committees by
them of that House formerly appointed (Respect had to
the Room or Place of Meeting).
vice lecta est Billa, An Act for making of the
Arms of this Kingdom more serviceable in Time to come.
The Commons Answer.
The Judges, sent as afore unto the Lower House, returned Answer, That the Commons will presently give
Meeting, as is desired, in the Place, and by the same
Number, as afore.
vice lecta est Billa, An Act for the Naturalizing of Sir Stephen Lesiure, Knight.
The Lord Chancellor.
The Lords Committees being returned from the Conference, the Lord Chancellor reported the Answer of the
Committees of the Nether House, videlicet, That they
of that House are agreed to join with their Lordships,
and to use him the said Lord Chancellor as their common Mouth, at their Access to His Majesty's Presence.
And hereupon his Lordship, having excused his own
Weakness for such a Service, desired that there might
be a preceding Meeting of the Committees of both
Houses, for his further and better Instruction, what to
say and deliver, at their Access unto His Majesty.
Message to the Lower House.
Message sent unto the Lower House, by Mr. Serjeant
Crew and Mr. Serjeant Finch,
To move them, that a Meeting may be, by the Committees of both Houses, in the former Place, To-morrow
Morning, at Nine of the Clock in the Forenoon, for the
And assented unto by the Lower House.
Dominus Cancellarius declaravit præsens Parliamentum continuandum esse usque in diem crastinum, videlicet, diem Veneris, 16m Februarii, hora 8a, Dominis sic