DIE Mercurii, videlicet, 20 die Aprilis.
Inigo Jones to be heard.
Ordered, That the Cause upon an Impeachment
brought up from the House of Commons against Inigo
Jones, Esquire, touching the pulling down of St. Gregorie's Church, shall be heard here at this Bar, on Tuesday
next, being the 26th of this Instant April; and that the
Parties therein concerned are to have Notice, that they
may attend the Hearing accordingly.
Alice King, 5l. out of the Contribution for Irish Poor.
Ordered, That the Clerk of the Crown in the
Chancery is hereby authorized to deliver unto Alice Kinge,
a poor distressed Woman, lately come out of Ireland,
but born in Cornwall, the Sum of Five Pounds, out of
the Monies given by the Peers in Parliament for Relief
of the poor Irish; and this to be a sufficient Warrant
in that Behalf.
Turner to attend about Webb's Cause against Bishop of Landaff.
Ordered, That Mr. Turner shall attend the Lords
Committees for Petitions when he comes to Town, to
give their Lordships an Account of the Reference made
to him of the Cause of Alice Webb against the Bishop
Committee to prepare Heads for the Conference on the Declaration against those who procure Petitions against the Militia.
These Lords following were appointed Committees,
to draw up the Heads of the Conference resolved on
last Night, touching a Declaration against procuring of
Counter Petitions against the Militia:
Ds. Howard de Est.
Their Lordships retired presently into the Prince's
Mr. Clarke, Curate of Stisted, recommended for the Living, the Minister being dead.
Ordered, That Mr. John Clarke, the now Curate of
the Parish of Stisted, in the County of Essex, and the
Minister there being lately dead, is hereby specially
recommended to the Archbishop of Canterbury, to be
Minister and Parson of the aforesaid Church of Stisted,
being certified to be a Man of good Life and found
The Messengers sent Yesterday with a Message to the
House of Commons return with this Answer:
Answer from the H. C.
That they have delivered the Two Bills to the House
Lord Loftus's Cause.
Next, this House proceeded to hear the Lord Viscount
Loftus's Cause; and the Counsel opened all the particular Branches of it, and desired, in the Behalf of the
Lord Viscount Loftus, "That the unjust Decree made
against him at the Council Table in Ireland may be
"That the Lands may be re-conveyed to the Lord
"That the Statute which he was forced to enter into
may be vacated.
"That the Monies which came to the Use of Sir
George Wenthworth's Hands, received by Sir Paul Davys, may be paid to the Lord Viscount Loftus.
"And that the Writings and Evidences may be delivered up to his Lordship."
Then Mr. Parsons, of Counsel for Sir Adam Loftus,
Sir Phillip Manwaringe, and Sir Paul Davys, made this
Answer for them: "That their Names were used but
in Trust, and they never executed any Thing concerning this Business, and are ready to do whatsoever
their Lordships in their Judgements shall think fit for
them to do."
Upon this, all Parties were commanded to withdraw;
and this House Ordered, That their Lordships will
take into Consideration, on Monday next, what Judgement is fit to be given in this Cause; and, if any of the
Defendants are then ready, and desire to be heard, this
House will hear them concerning this Business.
The House to be called Tomorrow.
Ordered, That this House shall be called Tomorrow Morning; and such Lords as shall be absent
without Leave of the House, their Lordships will consider what is fit to be done to them.