DIE Lunæ, 5 die Julii.
PRAYERS, by Mr. Seaman.
Domini præsentes fuerunt:
Comes Manchester, Speaker.
Ds. La Warr.
E. of Rutl. Leave to be absent.
Ordered, That the Earl of Rutland hath Leave to
be absent for a Time.
Propositions for Peace.
The House took into Consideration the Propositions
And the House insisted upon such Persons as were fit
to stand in the First Exception, and who to be put out.
And these Persons following were thought fit to be
Earl of Derby.
Earl of Newcastle.
Sir Wm. Witherington.
Colonel George Goringe.
Sir Ralph Hopton.
Sir John Byron.
Sir John Strangwayes.
Sir Francis Doddington.
Mr. Endymion Porter.
|Sir Marmaduke Langdale.
Sir Henry Vaughan.
Sir John Marley.
Sir Nic. Cole.
Sir Thomas Ryddle, Junior.
Sir John Culpepper.
Sir Ric'd Lloyd.
Sir George Strode.
Sir Edward Nicholas.
Sir Edward Herbert.
Wm. Seldon, of Beely, is respited till this House be
"Resolved, That all such Persons as are now put
out of the First Exception shall be left to such Composition as the Two Houses shall think fit; and that
they shall be comprized within the Fourth Qualification, as to be removed from His Majesty's Council, restrained from coming within the Verge of His
Majesty's Court, and bearing Office, or having Employment, in State or Commonwealth, without the
Consent and Advice of both Houses of Parliament,
as it is expressed in the said Qualification."
Message from the H. C. with Orders; and a Letter to L. Inchiquin.
A Message was brought from the House of Commons, by Major Sallawey, &c.; who brought up divers
Particulars, wherein they desire their Lordships Concurrence:
1. A Letter to the Lord Inchiquin. (Here enter it.)
2. An Order for Two Thousand Six Hundred Thirtyeight Pounds, for the Lord Ormond. (Here enter it.)
3. An Order for Seven Thousand Two Hundred
Thirty Pounds, Fourteen Shillings, and Four Pence,
for transporting Colonel Ponsonbye's Regiment into Ireland, &c. (Here enter it.)
4. An Order that the Commissioners residing in the
Army may have Power to treat, as well upon such Votes
as shall from Time to Time hereafter be sent unto
them, as upon those that are already sent.
Rejected, upon the Question.
5. An Order for explaining the Words ["send the
Results"] in the Instructions to the Commissioners residing with the Army. (Here enter it.)
6. An Order to (fn. *) approve of the Commissioners proceeding in the Treaty with such of the Army as the
General shall appoint, notwithstanding the General be
not always present.
The Question being put, "Whether to agree to
The Votes were even.
7. A Vote, That Doctor Clerke be Judge of the Admiralty Court.
8. An Order to pay One Hundred Pounds for Captain Freake. (Here enter it.)
9. An Order for Twenty Pounds Twelve Shillings
for Henry Cleere, Chirurgeon. (Here enter it.)
10. An Order concerning Dover Castle.
Agreed to, with an Alteration.
The Answer returned was:
That this House agrees to the Letter to the Lord
Inchiquin, and the Order for Two Thousand Six Hundred Thirty-eight Pounds for the Lord of Ormond,
and to the Order for Colonel Ponsonbie's Regiment; and
the Order for explaining the Words ["send the Results"];
and to the Order for One Hundred Pounds to Captain
Freake; and to the Order for Twenty Pounds Twelve
Shillings for Henry Cleere: To all the rest, their Lordships will return an Answer by Messengers of their own.
Charge against Sir J. Norris.
Ordered, That Sir John Norwich shall have till
Thursday next, to put in his Answer to the last Charge.
Message to the H. C. with the Order about Dover.
A Message was sent to the House of Commons, by
Doctor Heath, &c.
To deliver to them the Order concerning Dover,
with the Amendment; and desire Concurrence therein.
Letter of Thanks to L. Inchiquin; for his Service in Ireland.
"The Houses hath received your Letters, signifying the good Success it hath pleased God to give
you in your last Expedition, when you took in Deammannack, Cappaquin, and Dungarvan. They have
commanded us to let you know how acceptable it
is to them; and, in their Names, to give you Thanks
for the great Service you have done the Public, by
your Conduct and Courage in the managing of this
and former Actions, and how well they are satisfied
with the faithful Performance of the Officers and
Soldiers under your Command; which you are desired to signify unto them. This being all we have
in Charge, we remain."
Order for 2638 l. for the Marq. of Ormond.
"Ordered, by the Lords and Commons assembled
in Parliament, That the Sum of Two Thousand Six
Hundred and Thirty-eight Pounds, being Part of
the Monies charged by former Order upon the Receipts of Gouldsmiths Hall for the Lord of Ormond,
be for the present paid out of the Thirty Thousand
Pounds, the Remainder of the Forty Thousand
Pounds signed for Ireland at Weavers Hall, and repaid forthwith out of the Receipts at Gouldsmiths Hall,
according to the former Assignment; and that the said
Two Thousand Six Hundred and Thirty-eight Pounds
be paid unto such Person or Persons as the Committee
for the Affairs of Ireland at Darby House shall appoint to receive the same; and that the Acquittance
of the said Persons appointed by the said Committee
to receive the same shall be a sufficient Warrant and
Discharge to Alderman Bunce and the rest of the
Treasurers at Weavers Hall, for the Payment of the
said Sum of Two Thousand Six Hundred and
Thirty-eight Pounds accordingly."
Order for 7230 l. 14s. 4d. for transporting Col. Ponsonby's Regiment to Ireland.
"Ordered, by the Lords and Commons assembled
in Parliament, That Alderman Bunce and the rest
of the Treasurers at Weavers Hall, out of the Treasure remaining there, do forthwith pay, unto such
Person or Persons as the Committee at Darby House
for the Affairs of Ireland shall appoint to receive the
same, the Sum of Seven Thousand Two Hundred
Thirty Pounds, Fourteen Shillings, Four Pence,
to be issued, by Order of the said Committee, for
the transporting of Colonel Ponsonbye's Regiment of
Horse into Ireland, from such Ports as they shall
think fit to appoint and direct, and for recruiting
and furnishing the said Regiment with One Hundred
Case of Pistols with Holsters, One Hundred Saddles,
and Two Hundred and Fifty Defensive Arms: And
the said Committee is required to take Care and
give Order, That the said Regiment may be speedily
transported; and that the Quarters be duly paid till
their Embarking; and that the Acquittance of the
Person or Persons appointed by the said Committee
to receive the said Sum of Seven Thousand Two
Hundred Thirty Pounds, Fourteen Shillings, Four
Pence, shall be a sufficient Warrant and Discharge
to the said Treasurers at Weavers Hall, for the
Payment of the said Seven Thousand Two Hundred
Thirty Pounds, Fourteen Shillings, Four Pence, accordingly."
Declaration to explain to the Commissioners with the Army, about sending up their Proceedings.
"The Lords and Commons do declare, That by
these Words ["send the Results"] in the Order to
the Commissioners residing with the Army, is meant,
That, when Things are debated amongst the Commissioners, and that they are come to a clear Understanding of the Sense and Terms; that then they
are to agree, that those Results shall be sent to the
Houses, for their Consideration that a speedy Conclusion may be thereupon had."
Order for 100 l. for Capt. Freak.
"Ordered, by the Lords and Commons assembled
in Parliament, That Captain Freke have an Hundred Pounds paid him, out of the Ten Thousand
Pounds assigned for Munster, to be accompted Part
of the Arrears due unto him upon his Entertainment
in the Service of Ireland."
Order for 20 l. 12s. for Cleare.
"Whereas there rests owing unto Henry Cleare Chirurgeon, employed in the Parliament's Army, an Arrear of Twenty Pounds and Twelve Shillings: It
is Ordered, by the Lords and Commons in Parliament assembled, That the said Sum of Twenty Pounds
and Twelve Shillings be charged upon that Moiety
of the Receipts at Gouldsmiths Hall that is not engaged for the last Two Hundred Thousand Pounds,
in Course, and paid unto the said Henry Cleare, by the
Treasurers at Gouldsmiths Hall, when in Course it shall
come due, in full Discharge of the said Debt; and that
the Acquittance of the said Henry Cleare shall be a
sufficient Warrant and Discharge to the Treasurers at
Gouldsmiths Hall, for the Payment of the said Twenty
Pounds and Twelve Shillings accordingly."
Order for Sir E. Leach to receive the Tithes in Sawley Soake, and in the Peake.
Whereas, upon a Petition heretofore exhibited unto
this House, by Sir Edward Leech Knight, One of the
Masters of the Chancery attending this House; shewing,
That he is Farmer of Two Rectories and of the
Tithes of Wool and Lamb, in some Part of The
Peake, in the County of Derby; and that, during
these Times, the greatest Part of the Profits have
been taken from him by the King's Army, and hath
otherwise received much Loss by these Wars; notwithstanding which, the Committee for that County
did order, that the Petitioner should pay his Arrears for the said Rectories and Tithes, and appointed
Collectors to gather the said Tithes till the said
Rents should be paid:" Whereupon it was ordered
by this House, the First of September last, "That the
Petitioner should receive his Rents, Tithes, and Profits, of the Rectory of Chesterfeild, in the County of
Derby, notwithstanding the said Order:"
It is now further Ordered by this House, That the
said Petitioner shall likewise receive the Rents, Tithes,
and Profits, of the Rectory and Tithes of Sawley Soake,
and the Tithes of Wool and Lamb in The Peake, both
being within the said County of Derby, notwithstanding
any Order of the said Committee to the contrary, until
the Pleasure of this House be farther known: And
hereof the said Committee and all Sequestrators Collectors and others are to take Notice, and obey this
Baker to have the Ships Pearl Hoy and Boxtree, &c. from Hunter.
Upon the Affidavit of Francis Symonds, read this Day
in the House, exhibited with a Petition of John Baker;
shewing, "That the Deponent delivered unto Captain
Hunter an Order of the 2d of June, 1647, whereby
the said Captain was to deliver to the Petitioner Two
Ships, called The Pearle high and The Boxtree, with
the Engines and Goods belonging to them; who
refused to do any Thing in Pursuance of the said
Order, or to obey the same:"
It is Ordered, &c. That the Gentleman Usher attending this House, or his Deputy, shall assist the said
Petitioner, to seize upon the said Ships, Engines, and
Goods aforesaid, according to the said Order of the 2d
of June last, which may be found at Harwich, or London, or elsewhere in any Part of this Kingdom, and deliver them to the said Petitioner, his Assignee or Assigns;
and lastly, that this House shall have an Account given
touching the Premises, according to the aforesaid Order.
House adjourned till 9a cras.