DIE Saturni, 13 die Junii.
PRAYERS, by Mr. Pyckeringe.
Comes Manchester, Speaker.
Answer from the H. C.
Sir Edward Leech and Mr. Page return with this
Answer from the House of Commons:
That they will send an Answer, by Messengers of their
own, to the Message sent Yesterday to the House of
Message to them, about the Propositions.
A Message was sent to the House of Commons, by
Sir Edward Leech and Mr. Page:
To put them in Mind of the Message sent to them
Yesterday, concerning the Propositions.
Ordinance concerning Hull.
The Lord Wharton reported from the Committee, the
Ordinance (fn. *) concerning Hull, as fit to pass, with some
Alterations; which was read, and Agreed to, with the
said Alterations; and Ordered to be sent to the House
of Commons for their Concurrence.
Letter from Ly. Dalkeith, concerning the Princess Henrietta.
A Letter from the Lady Dalkith, directed to the
Speaker, was read, concerning the King's Daughter;
desiring, "That she may continue with the Princess
Henrietta, in Subordination to the Earl of Northumb.
and some Maintenance provided for her; or else
to be imbursed those Monies which she hath laid
out (fn. †) for the Princess's Occasions, and Leave to carry
the Princess to the King, according to the Articles
of the Surrender of Exeter, she being commanded by
the King not to leave her."
Ordered, That it is referred to the Committee of
the Houshold for the King's Children, to consider what
is fit to be done upon this Letter, and report the same
to the House. The Committee to meet on Monday
next, in the Afternoon.
Ordinance concerning Bristol.
Ordered, That the Committee for the Ordinance
concerning Bristoll shall meet on Monday next, in the
Morning; and the Glo'stershire Gentlemen to have Notice of it.
Col. Leighton's Accompts to be audited.
Upon reading the Petition of Colonel Leighton, desiring "his Accompts to be audited, and his Arrears paid."
It is Ordered, That his Accompts be audited, and
his Petition be recommended to the House of Commons.
Capt. Awdley released.
This Day Captain Awdley was brought to the Bar, as
And he denied he gave any Licence for the Printing
of Brittanicus; and that he did never see it until it was
Hereupon this House Ordered, That he shall be
released from his present Restraint until this House send
for him again.
Letter to the Emperor of Russia, delivered to the Ambassador at his Audience of Leave.
Next, the Ambassador of the Emperor of Russia was
received in this House.
And the Speaker told him, "That this House (fn. *) took
Notice of the great Respects which the Emperor of
Russia hath shewed to this State, and to the English
Merchants; and this House do present to him the
Letter of both Houses of Parliament, to be delivered
to his Master the Emperor of Russia."
And wishing him a good Journey, he took his Leave,
Writs of Error to be argued.
Ordered, That the Errors in the Writ of Error
between Cooke and Slipper, and likewise in the Writ of
Error between Anne Harris and George Haughton, shall be
argued on Tuesday next, at this House.
Ordered, That on Tuesday next the Errors shall be
argued between Pitcher and Draper:
And between England and Clarke.
E. of Cambridge's Goods deposited with the E. of Denbigh.
Ordered, That this House leaves it to the Earl of
Denbigh, to go to the Committee of the House of
Commons, concerning the Goods of the Earl of Cambridge deposited in the Hands of the Earl of Denbigh by
the House of Commons.
Balden sent for.
Upon reading the Affidavits of John Kinge and others:
It is Ordered, That John Balden shall be sent for as a
Delinquent, to answer his Misdemeanors to this House.
House adjourned till Monday next, 10a a Clock.