DIE Sabbati, 2 die Novembris.
PRAYERS, by Dr. Staunton.
Ds. Grey de Warke, Speaker.
Mr. Ward to be One of the Assembly.
The House being informed, "That Mr. Painter,
One of the Assembly, is lately dead:" It is Ordered, That Mr. John Ward of Ipsich be put into his
Place; and the Concurrence (fn. *)
Neyland Inhabitants Petition, that Part of the Rectory Impropriate of Neyland and Stoke be bestowed on Mr. Mott the Minister.
Upon reading the Petition of the Inhabitants of the
Town of Neyland, in the County of Suffolke; shewing,
"That the Vicarages of the Parishes of Stoke and Neyland being annexed, One Mr. Mott, a grave and reverend Minister, being now Vicar, hath, by himself and
an able Curate, for many Years past, supplied both
Cures, and yet the Profits de claro come not to above
Fifty Pounds per Annum, which is not a Livelihood
for them to live upon; and the Rectory Impropriate,
by reason of the Recusancy of Sir Francis Mannocke
the Owner, is now under the Sequestration of the Parliament: The Petitioners desire, that Two Parts of the
said sequestered Rectory may be settled upon the said
Mr. Mott, for the Increase of his Maintenance."
It is Ordered, That it is referred to the Lords of
the Committee of Sequestration, to take this Petition
into Consideration, and to hear and determine the Business.
Countess of Sussex's Assessment.
Upon reading the Petition of Elianor Countess Dowager of Sussex; shewing, "That the hath been taxed
by the Committee of Bucks, for her Twentieth and
Fifth Part, at Four Hundred Pounds, which she conceiveth she ought not to have been, in respect of her
Degree; the Consideration whereof the humbly
offereth to their Lordships, and humbly prayeth their
Lordships Direction and Order therein, for her
Hereupon it is Ordered, That the Petitioner, being
a Peeress of this Realm, shall be allowed the Privileges
of Parliament, and not to be rated but by this House;
and the Assessment of the Committee in the Country
to be suspended until this House gives further Order.
Propositions concerning London.
The House was adjourned into a Committee during
Pleasure, to consider of the Propositions of the City;
and the House being resumed, it was Resolved, To have
a Conference with the House of Commons, to know in
what Manner these Propositions are received from the
City; and whether the Houses shall own them as their
Propositions for a Peace.
Next, the House took into further Consideration the
Propositions for a safe and well-grounded Peace; and
the House was adjourned into a Committee of the whole
House during Pleasure.
The House was resumed.
And the Alterations and Additions were Agreed to.
And it is Ordered, To have a Conference with the
House of Commons on Monday next; and communicate
these Alterations and Additions to them.