Martis, 3o Junii
COMMITTEE for presenting . . To-morrow, Two Clock, in the former Place.
Ld. Gerrard's Estate.
Mr. Whitby reporteth the Lord Gerrard's Bill, without any Amendment.
Mr. Browne reporteth the Bill of Alehouses, with Amendments, and a Proviso; which twice read. - Engrossetur.
Hopkynson, a Minister, sent for up, for arresting Sir Edw. Dennys, discharged, paying his Fees.
Hull, &c. Merchants,
Mr. Alderman Molesworth acquainted the House, that he moved Alderman Freeman, to consent to let the Merchants of Hull and Yorke go this Year with 500 Ton of Shipping, they paying their proportionable Charge, both for the last Year, and this.
Greenland Patent to be first heard To-morrow, at the Committee for Grievances; and the Parties to be warned to attend with their Counsel, if they will use any.
. . Vaughan, a Servant to Mr. Vaughan, to have Privilege, Tho. Langford, and Olyver Pierce, that arrested him, to be sent for, to answer his Contempt.
The Case, for Epworth Tenants, to be heard before the Committee for Grievances, upon Friday; and Vernden then to attend, and bring in his Commission, and defend it with his Counsel, if he will.
L. 2a. An Act for the Naturalizing of Sir Ro. Ayton, Knight. - Engrossetur.
The Committee for Sparke's Business, - To-morrow in the Afternoon.
Mr. Coke, Mr. Browne, Sir Ro. Pye, Sir Jo. Ellyott, Sir Ew. Thelluall, Sir Francis Popham, Sir Francis Barrington, Sir Charles Thynn, Mr. Jermyn, Sir Francis Drake, Mr. Kirton, Sir Wm. Armyn, Mr. Coriton, Sir Jo. Heveningham, added to the Committee for Mr. Nowell: - Thursday Afternoon, in the Court of Wards.
Burgesse's Petition, and Charge.
A Petition from Mr. Burgesse, read; to be discharged from his Submission enjoined him to make in the Country.
Ordered, A present Charge to be drawn up against Mr. Burgesse, for transmitting up his Offence to the Lords. This to be done by Sir Nath. Rich, Mr. Rowse, Mr. Sherland, Mr. Rolles, Sir Ben. Rudyard, Mr. Littleton: - To-morrow, Two Clock, Court of Wards. Mr. Pymme to be present with his Notes.
The King's Answer to the Petition of Right, read. Referred to Friday next.
Remonstrance to the King.
Upon Question, the House To-morrow Morning, to be resolved into a grand Committee, to take into Consideration, and Debate, the Danger, and Means of Safety, of the King and Kingdom; to be drawn into an humble Remonstrance, or Declaration, to be presented unto his Majesty.
The House turned into a Grand Committee, for the Subsidy.