DIE Lunæ, 29 Augusti.
Lord Kymbolton, Speaker.
Poor Irish Ministers to receive the Contribution money at the Fast.
Ordered, That the Poor Ministers of Ireland be
recommended to the Charity of London; and that they
may have what is given at the next General Fast, being
to be kept on Wednesday next.
Admiralty of Amsterdam.
Ordered, That nothing be done in the Cause of
the Admiralty of Amsterdam, until Notice be given on
the other Side.
Mrs. Massie versus Rolfe and others.
Ordered, That Mrs. Massie, having exhibited Two
Bills in Chancery, against Mr. Rolfe and others, "That
several Lands that they stand seized of may not be
disposed of by them, before the Lord Keeper make
some End in the Business, for the frustrating of his
Lordships Order." This Order to be read in the
House, before it be delivered.
Countess Rivers's Petition, to have her Goods restored.
The Petition of the Countess Rivers, read; shewing,
That, by some tumultuous People, the hath been
dispoiled of all her Goods, in her Two Houses, the
one in Essex, the other in Suff. to the Value of Fifty
Thousand Pounds; and desired that Search might be
made for her Goods."
Order for it.
Ordered, That an Order shall go to all Mayors,
Sheriffs, Justices of Peace, for the aiding and assisting
of the Countess's Servants, for the finding out of her
Goods; and in especial to Mr. Grimston, Recorder of
Colchester, and to the Justices in Essex and Suff.
Habeas Corpus for Stapilton and Lister from Nottingham.
Ordered, That a Habeas Corpus cum Causa shall be
awarded, by the Lord Chief Justice of the King's Bench,
returnable before his Lordship on the First Return in
the next Term, for the bringing up of the Bodies of
Mr. Bry. Stapleton and Mr. Tho. Lister, now remaining
in Nottingham Gaol.
L. Grey War,
|To be added to Mr. Steward's Committee.
Ordinance for raising Money in London.
The Ordinance of both Houses of Parliament, for
the raising of Money and Plate in the several Wards
and Parishes in and about London, with the Names of
such Men as are to make the Collection, and to set down
the Inhabitants Names, (fn. *) was read, and passed; and then
sent to the House of Commons, by Mr. Dr. Aylett and
Mr. Dr. Heath.
Two Lords to see the Ordinance executed.
Ordered, That Earl Bolingbrooke and Lord Grey de
War, (fn. †) do send the Ordinance to the Persons appointed to
make the Collections, to take an Account of them, and
to send for them as there shall be Cause.
King's Message and Answer to be printed.
Ordered, The King's Message and Answer to be
Lunæ, 29 Augusti, 1642.
Massey and Ralph.
"Whereas the Lords in Parliament have, upon a
former Petition of Mrs. Massy against Willm. Rolphe,
referred the said Petition, and Matters therein contained, unto the Lord Keeper, since which the hath
exhibited Two Bills in Chancery, against the said
Rolph and others: It is Ordered, by the Lords in
Parliament, That an Extent in the Hands of Rich'd
Newdegate, Esquire, and mortgaged Lands in the
Hands of Sir Richard Gurney, Knight, and Baronet,
and Coal-mines and other Lands, in the County of
Warwick, in the Hands of the said Rolphe, or his
Trustees or Parties aforesaid, since the said Reference,
shall remain as now they are; and that no Act shall
be done, by the Parties aforesaid, to frustrate any
Order that the Lord Keeper shall make, on the Behalf of the said Mrs. Massy, touching the Matter
referred; but that the same shall remain liable to
such Order as the Lord Keeper shall make in this
Adjourn, 10a To-morrow.