DIE Veneris, 4 Septembris.
Comes Manchester, Speaker.
L. Pawlett, a Pass.
Ordered, That the Lord Pawlett shall have a Pass,
into the Country, with his Family and Retinue.
Ordinance to appoint Commissioners of the Great Seal.
An Ordinance was brought into this House, to appoint several Commissioners of the Great Seal of England;
(videlicet), Mr. Serjeant Brampston, Sir Natbaniell Brent,
Mr. Serjeant Greene, (fn. *) and Mr. Serjeant Turner; read
the First, Second, and Third Time.
Put to the Question; (videlicet,)
"As many as are of Opinion to agree to this Ordinance, say, "Content"; others say, "Not
Passed in the Affirmative.
Answer from the H. C.
Answer was returned from the House of Commons,
by Dr. Aylett:
That to the Business concerning the Earl of Cleveland,
Serjeant Glanvill, to the Ordinance concerning Nicholas
Folkingham to be Vicar of Southweale, and the Ordinance
for making Math. Elliston Rector of the Parish of Stamford Rivers; that they have taken them into their Consideration, and will return Answer by Messengers of
Message to them, with the Ordinance about the Great Seal;
A Message was sent to the House of Commns, by
Mr. Dr. Aylett:
1. To deliver the Ordinance for making new Commissioners for the Great Seal; and to desire the House
of Commons Concurrence.
and about the One to dissolve County Committees.
2. To put them in Mind of the Ordinance for the
taking away of the Country Committees, formerly sent
Turgis desires to be acquitted for speaking by Compulsion against the Parliament Party.
The Petition of Francis Turgis, was this Day read;
shewing, "That Three or Four Commanders and Officers
of the King's Party came to him, with their Swords
and Pistols, and threatened him (fn. †) with present Death,
unless he would drink a Glass of Beer, wishing "it
might be his Poison if he did not wish Confusion to
all that fight against the Cavaliers;" which Words
through base Fear he did speak, and for so doing
he hath been exceedingly troubled with Horror of
Conscience ever since.
"Wherefore he humbly desires to be acquitted,
under God, by the Houses, for his great
To be heard.
Ordered, &c. That the said Petitioner shall be heard,
on Thursday next, at 10a of the Clock, touching the
Matter of his Petition, as he hath desired.
Noyes to be instituted to Sherfield.
Ordered, That Doctor Aylett, or his lawful Deputy,
are hereby authorized and required, upon Sight hereof,
to give Institution and Induction unto William Noyes Clerk,
to the Rectory of Sherfeild English, in the County of
Southampton, and Diocese of Winton, void by the Death
of the late Incumbent, and in Lapse, salvo Jure cujuscunque; the said Mr. Noyes producing his Presentation
thereunto under the Great Seal of England: And this to
be a sufficient Authority in that Behalf.
and Scudamore to Byfleet.
Ordered, &c. That Mr. Doctor Heath, or his lawful
Deputy, are hereby authorized and required, upon Sight
hereof, to give Institution and Induction unto Samuell
Scadamore Clerk, Master of Arts, to the Rectory of Byflett, in Com. Surrey, and Diocese of Winton, void by
the Death of the late Incumbent Hope Gifford, salvo Jure
cujuscunque; the said Mr. Scadamore producing his Presentation thereunto under the Hand and Seal of the
Right Honourable Thomas Earl of Elgin, the lawful
Patron: And this to be a sufficient Warrant in that
Col. Allen freed from Arrests.
Ordered, That William Allen Esquire, brought before their Lordships this Day by Habeas Corpus cum
Causa, shall be released of his present Restraint in Woodstreete Compter, London; and that the Sheriffs of London,
the Secondaries of the said Compter, and their Deputies, shall be saved harmless for his said Enlargement,
any Thing to the contrary notwithstanding.
Order about St. Paul's.
An Order touching Paule's, was read, and passed;
and Ordered to be sent to the House of Commons, for
The Answer of Hawes against Hawes, was read.
Ordered, &c. That the Cause between Anne Hawes
Widow and Nicholas Hawes shall be heard, at this Bar,
on the 21th of October next, at 10a of the Clock in the
Morning; and that all Parties concerned are then to
attend with their Counsel accordingly.
Ordered, That the Justices of Peace that delivered
away the Possession of Henry Burly, (videlicet,) Nathaniell Snape and Thomas Hubbard Esquire, shall attend
this House on Thursday Sevennight.
Ordinance to continue the Treasurers at War, &c.
The House was put in Mind of the Ordinance for the
Treasurers of War, that it might be taken into Consideration.
And the House was adjourned during Pleasure; and
the Business debated, but nothing Resolved.
Message from the H. C. with an Ordinance about a Debt to Sir Ed. Pye, by the E. of Arundel.
A Message from the House of Commons, by Sir Thomas Wrouth and others:
That the House of Commons have discovered a Debt
due to Sir Edmond Pye, a Delinquent, from the Earl of
Arundell, for which they have passed an Ordinance, and
desire the Lords Concurrence with them in the passing
Agreed to; videlicet,
"Ordered, by the Lords and Commons assembled
in Parliament, That such Part of the Debt owing by
the Earl of Arundell unto Sir Edmond Pye a Delinquent (and discovered to the Committee of Lords and
Commons sitting at Haberdash'rs Hall), as shall belong to the State, be paid in to the Trustees to the
said Committee, and by them issued for the Use of
poor Soldiers Wives and Widows who have Monies
due to them from the State."
Sir Ed. Pye's Petition about it.
The Petition of Sir Edmond Pye was read, for Relief
herein; but nothing was resolved thereupon.