DIE Veneris, videlicet, 1 die Junii,
Spirituales quam Temporales, quorum nomina
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Report concerning Sir John Kennedy's Cabinet, 800£.
THE Lord Chief Justice reported, That he and
Mr. Justice Chamberlyne (according to the Order of
18th of May) had taken the Examination of Isaac
Sutton, of whom Sir John Kynnedy had bought the rich
Cabinet, now remaining in the Custody of the Clerk;
the which Examination was read; whereby it appeared
that the said Sir John Kynnedy alone was bound unto
the said Isaac Sutton for the Payment of Eight Hundred
Pounds for the said Cabinet.
The Petition of Nicholas Jesse read, who desired
not to be excluded out of the Bill of Collegiate and
The Corporation of Glovers Petition.
The Petition of the Glovers within London and Five
Miles Compass, for a Corporation to be granted unto
them, was read.
Lady Yelverton's Petition.
The Petition of the Lady Yelverton
(fn. *) was read, touching her Husband Sir Henry Yelverton's Imprisonment
Ld. Morley's Tenants Petition.
The Petition of the Lord Morley's Tenants to be
relieved in the Dower of the Lady Morley, and of an
Extent prosecuted by Sir Henry Compton, was produced;
but, being long, it was not read, but sent to the Committees for Petitions as read, with the other Three
Sir John Bennet the Younger.
The House being moved by the Lord Wentwoorth,
on the Behalf of Sir John Bennett the Younger, That,
whereas he stands engaged for his Father, Sir John
Bennett the Elder, for divers Debts, amounting to the
Sum of Eight and Twenty Hundred Pounds: videlicet,
unto Edward Allen, Sheriff of London, Three Hundred
Pounds; unto James Ayscough, Gentleman, Five Hundred Pounds; unto Mr. Bankwoorth, in Bowe-Lane,
Three Hundred Pounds; unto Mr. John Cordell, Two
Hundred Pounds; and to the Lady Craven, Fourteen
Hundred Pounds; for the Payment whereof, certain
Lands and Leases, expressed in the Petition of Sir
John Crofts, exhibited in this House, are conveyed unto
the said Sir John Bennett the Younger and others, by
the said Father; the which he offers unto the said
Creditors for the said Debts; but the Creditors be
scrupulous to accept thereof, for Fear that Sir John
Bennett the Elder being here complained of, the same
may be subject to his Censure hereafter in this House.
It was thereupon Ordered by the Lords Spiritual
and Temporal of this High Court of Parliament, That
the said Debts be levied out of the said Lands and
Leases, by the present Sale thereof.
The Petition and Information of Geffery Passamore
(Prisoner in The Fleet), was read; whereby he informed
the House of scandalous Speeches used by one Thomas
Jermy, a Prisoner also in The Fleet, touching the late
Sentence against Flood.
Passemore and Jermey.
Ordered, The said Geffry Passmore and Thomas
Jermey to be brought hither presently; and also the
Witnesses whom the said Passmore cited to have heard
the same scandalous Words: videlicet, Dr. Proctor,
John Eyres, John Scory, and Anthony Bugbury.
Precedents of Adjournments and Prorogations.
Mr. Attorney General read divers Precedents, out
of divers Journal Books, of the Form of Adjournments
of Parliaments; and shewed the Difference between an
Adjournment and Prorogation; and how that the
Word "Prorogare" is often-times used for "Adjournare," but the Word "Adjournare" never used
for the "Prorogation" of a Parliament: He shewed
also, that, a Parliament being adjourned by the House,
all Committees were of Force, and the Bills remain
in statu quo prius; but an Adjournment by Commission
from the King determines all Committees; and they
cease till the next Sitting of the Court; but the Bills
are preserved in statu quo prius.
The House moved, That it be signified unto His
Majesty, That they humbly leave the Manner of the
Adjournment of the Parliament unto His Majesty;
and desire to know His Majesty's Resolution therein;
which they will most willingly obey.
Jurati in causa Thomæ Jermy:
Juratus in causa Terwhytt:
Their Examination committed unto the
L. Archbp. of Cant.
E. of Oxon.
E. of Dorsett.
L. Bp of Chester.
|L. Bp. of Covent and Lich.
L. St. John.
Sir Robert Rich to attend the Lords.
To meet in the Painted Chamber, at Three this Afternoon; and they have Power to send for more
Witnesses to be examined, if they see Cause.
Books of Account concerning Gold and Silver Thread. Wages of Servants in that Employ.
Whereas, upon Search of Writings touching Gyles
Mompesson (amongst other Things), divers Books of Accompt, concerning Gold and Silver Thread, being found
in the Office kept for executing the Commission thereof,
were found and brought into the Parliament, and are
yet detained; whereby the Commissioners can neither
accompt with their Servants, nor know what Money is
due unto divers poor Men who wrought unto them,
whereby they remain unpaid:
It is this Day Ordered, That the said Books of
Accompts be delivered unto Sir Edward Villiers,
Sir Edward Villiers.
It is Ordered also, That it be signified to the Commons, that the Lords do find Sir Edward Villiers clear
of those Matters mentioned by (fn. *) them in their Declaration.
Sir John Bennet's Bail.
It is Ordered, That the Lord Chief Justice do
take this Bail of Sir John Bennett, for his Appearance
here at the next (fn. †) Access of the Parliament: videlicet,
Sir Thomas Bennett, Knight, Alderman of London.
Sir Thomas Lowe, Knight, Alderman.
Sir Henry Savill, Knight.
Sir Humphrey May, Knight.
Sir Myles Sands, Knight.
Sir Roberte Offley, Knight.
Sir William Birde, Knight.
Sir Laurence Hyde, Knight.
Sir Peter Chapman, Knight.
Sir Henry Martin, Knight.
Sir John Bennett himself to be bound in Seven Thousand Pounds; and the rest in Twelve Hundred Pounds
Dominus Capitalis Justiciarius, Locum tenens Domini
Cancellarii, declaravit præsens Parliamentum continuandum esse usque in diem crastinum, videlicet, 2m diem instantis Junii, hora nona, Dominis sic decernentibus.