DIE Lunæ, 23 die Februarii,
Domini tam Spirituales quam Temporales, quorum nomina subseribuntur, præsentes fuerunt :
p. Epus. London.
p. Epus. Dunelm.
p. Epus. Winton.
p. Epus. Co. et Lich.
p. Epus. Cestriæ.
p. Epus. Meneven.
p. Epus. Lincoln.
p. Epus. Sarum.
p. Epus. Bristol.
p. Epus. Gloucestren.
p. Epus. Norwicen.
p. Epus. Landaven.
p. Epus. Bath et Well.
p. Epus. Roffen.
p. Epus. Oxon.
|p. Ds. Coventry, Ds. Cust Mag. Sigilli.
Ds. Weston, Dominus Thesaur. Angliæ.
Vicecomes Conway, Præsidens. Concilii Domini Regis.
p. Comes Manchester, Ds. Ds. Custos Privati Sigilli.
p. Comes Lindsey, Mag. Camerar. Angliæ.
p. Comes Arundell et Surr. Comes Marescall Angliæ.
p. Comes Pembroc, Senes. Hospitii.
p. Comes Mountgomery, Camerar. Hospitii.
p. Comes Oxon.
p. Comes Kantii.
p. Comes South'ton.
p. Comes Bedford.
p. Comes Essex.
p. Comes Lincoln.
p. Comes Suffolciæ.
p. Comes Sarum.
p. Comes Leicestriæ.
p. Comes Warwiciæ.
p. Comes Cantabr.
p. Comes Denbigh.
p. Comes Angles.
p. Comes Holland.
p. Comes Bolingbrooke.
p. Comes Westmerland.
p. Comes Banbury.
p. Comes Cleveland.
p. Comes Mulgrave.
p. Comes Norwicen.
p. Comes Dover.
p. Comes Petriburgh.
p. Comes Standford.
p. Comes Newporte.
Comes St. Albans.
p. Vicecomes Say et Seale.
p. Vicecomes Bayninge.
p. Vicecomes Campden.
p. Vicecomes Dorchester.
p. Ds. Clifford.
p. Ds. Percy.
Ds. Morley et Mount.
p. Ds. Dacres.
p. Ds. Stourton.
p. Ds. Vaux.
Ds. St. John de Bas.
p. Ds. Cromewell.
p. Ds. Compton.
p. Ds. Spencer.
p. Ds. Stanhope.
p. Ds. Noel.
p. Ds. Kymbolton.
p. Ds. Mountague.
p. Ds. Grey.
p. Ds. Fawconbridge.
p. Ds. Harvy.
p. Ds. Maynard.
p. Ds. Howard.
p. Ds. Mohun.
p. Ds. Dunsmore.
Abuse in the Wine Trade.
Whereas Complaint was this Day made to the
House, That Merchant Strangers have brought into
this Kingdom divers Wines, of the Growth of France,
which they have sophisticated with unwholesome Roots
and other unwholsesome Things, and do utter the same
for French and Rhenish Wines; it is this Day Ordered,
by the Lords Spiritual and Temporal in the High Court
of Parliament assembled, That the Lord Mayor and Al
dermen of London shall, by virtue of this Order, have
Authority (and they are hereby required) to make diligent Search and Enquiry after all sophisticated, arti
ficial, and falsified Wines, within the City of London:
and that they shall break in Pieces all such Vessels,
which, either now or hereafter, they shall find containing such artificial, sophisticated, or falsified Wines; and
shall let out the said Wines into the Streets; to the End
that none of His Majesty's loving Subjects may receive
any Prejudice at all by them hereafter.
Derrick Garret to attend.
Memorandam, That the last mentioned Order was
made upon the Petition of the Wine Merchants, which
was read this Day; wherein they complained, That
one Dericke Garrett, a Stranger, had brought over
the said Wines. And it was further Ordered, The
said Dericke Garrett to be brought, by the Serjeant
at Arms, before the Lords, on Wednesday, the Five and
Twentieth of this February, at Nine of the Clock in
E. of Leicesters Privilege.
William Wise, Prisoner in The Flect, for Contempt of
the Privilege of Parliament, in the Business of the Earl
of Leicester, petitioned for his Enlargement.
Ordered, To be brought to the Bar, to make his
Submission, and then to be discharged.
E. of Oxford.
The Lord Archbishop of Yorke reported, That the
Lords Committees (appointed by the House) did on
Saturday last deliver to His Majesty the Petition concerning the Earl of Oxon; that His Majesty received
it very graciously, it coming from the whole House;
and answered, That (fn. *) .
Erection of an Academy.
The Motion made the last Session of Parliament for
an Academy to be erected, for the educating of the
Children of the Nobility, and of the Gentry of Worth,
of the Kingdom, was this Day renewed by the Earl
Marshal; whereupon there was a Committee appointed
to consider thereof, and of a Grant to be obtained
from His Majesty, to enable certain Persons to be ca
pable of such Lands as shall be given towards the said
The Names of the said Committee :
L. Archbp. of Yorke.
E. of Bedford.
E. of Mulgrave.
L. Viscount Say et S.
L. Bp. of London.
L. Bp. of Co et Lich.
L. Bp. of Chester.
L. Bp. of Lincoln.
|L. Bp. of Bristol.
Mr. Justice Jones,
Mr. Serjeant Ayloffe,
|To attend the Lords.
To meet presently, and as often as their Lordships
please, in the Painted Chamber.
Lane versus Band.
Whereas the Cause between Robert Lane and Ferdinando Bande was appointed to be heard here at the
Bar on Thursday, the Six and Twentieth of this Fe
bruary, by Council on both Sides; it is this Day Ordered, upon the Petition of the said Ferdinando Band,
That (in respect his Counsel are to attend the Judges
in their Circuits) the Hearing of the said Cause shall
be deferred until Tuesday next after Low Sunday, videlicet, 24 die Aprilis proximi; on which Day it is to
E. of Pembrokes Privilege Stannaries Ditto.
Whereas it was Ordered the Nineteenth of this Fe
bruary, That Thomas Dudson, Prisoner in the Fleet, for
the Arrest of Edmond Dunrich, a Stannary Man, and
Servant to the Earl of Pembrooke, should be brought
hither this Day, and certain Witnesses in the said Order mentioned, to prove a Plot and Practice for the Infringement of the Liberties of the Stannaries; the
said Dudson appeared, and the said Dunrich exhibited a
long Petition of the whole Manner of Proceedings
against him in the King's-Bench; and prayed, that
Dudson, and some other Officers of that Court, might
be interrogated concerning the same, and of some
Words spoken by one of the Judges of the said
The Petition being read, the Parties were withdrawn,
and the House considered thereof. Dunrich being
brought to the Bar again, and kneeling, the Lord Keeper
(by Commandment of the House) rebuked him for this
general Scandal laid on the Court of the King's Bench,
wherein he doth fix no Charge upon any in particular,
but petitioneth that this House would interrogate the
Officers of that Court to win out somewhat against
them; and therefore his Petition is rejected; but, if
he will charge any one with Particulars, their Lordships will hear him.
And so his Petition was delivered him again, and the
said Thomas Dudson discharged of his Imprisonment,
paying his Fees.
Garter Claims a Fee from each Lord at his Introduction as well as Cration.
The Earl of Arundell signified to the House, That
Garter Principal King of Arms hath exhibited a Peti
tion to this House, claiming a Reward, or Fee, of every
Lord, for his first Entrance and Placing in Parliament,
as well of Lords coming in by Descent as by Creation
and Summons; and moved, That this Petition might be
referred to the Sub-committee for Privileges, and they
to report their Opinion to the House; which was Ordered accordingly.
To the Right Honourable the
Lords Spiritual and Temporal
in the High Court of Parliament assembled.
"The humble Petition of Garter Principal King of
"That whereas it doth appear, by the Black Book
of the most Renowned Order of the Garter, and is
manifested by divers other Rolls, Books, and Writings,
as well in the Time of King Henry the Eighth as of
late Times, That Garter King of Arms was to receive of every Lord, for his first Entring and Placing
in the Court of Parliament a Reward, or Fee, according to their Lordships several Estates and Degrees, as well of Lords coming into this Honourable
House by Descent as by Creation and Summons; in
Consideration whereof the said Garter is, at the Begin
ning of every Parliament, to make up a perfect Roll,
by which your Lordships are called, and duly marshaled, at your first coming to the same; as also
several Rolls for great Officers of Your most Honourable House; and One for the Clerk of the Parliament, whereby the said Clerk may give your Lordships your due Places in the Journals, which other
wise cannot be by him performed; and further,
your Lordship's Petitioner, by an Order made in this
most Honourable House the 39th of Elizabeth,
ought to attend, at some certain Time, in the End
of every Session of Parliament, to direct and see
that your Lordships be orderly marshaled in the
said Journal Books; moreover, upon the Conclusion
of every Parliament, a perfect Roll is to be made
up by Garter, according to ancient Custom, and
ingrossed in Vellum, to remain a Precedent for future Times, for your Lordships due placing, as
well in Parliament as in other Assemblies; divers
of which Rolls, made by your Petitioner's Predecessors, are now the principal Authorities to decide
Questions of Precedency of many of the Nobility,
whereof divers being created in one Day, and others
being Barons by Writ summoned at one Time, hath
no other certain Record remaining, to prove their
Precedency and first Summons, but the aforesaid
Rolls and Books; besides many other useful Services,
which Your Lordships receive by the aforesaid Rolls;
the making of which every Parliament (in Form as
anciently accustomed) will be near as much Charge
unto the Office of Garter as the Benefit which will
arise by the aforesaid Rewards and Fees.
"Your Petitioner therefore most humbly craveth,
that your Lordships would be pleased to
continue unto him those ancient accustomed
Rewards and Fees, which your Honourable
Ancestors have heretofore pleased to bestow
upon your Petitioner's Predecessors, in Guerdon of their Services before expressed; and
that Your Honours would be pleased to Order the aforesaid Rewards and Fees to such
Certainty as to your Lordships shall seem
meet, as, in like Cases, Your Lordships do
unto other Officers of your most Honourable House And your Petitioner and his
Successors shall be ever bound, and much
encouraged to perform with all Diligence
the aforesaid ancient and wonted Services belonging to their Office; and to pray for
your Lordships, etc".
Dominus Custos Magni Sigilli declaravit præsens Parliamentum continuandum esse usque in diem Mercurii
proximum, videlicet, 25m diem instantis Februarii, hora
nona, Dominis sic decernentibus.