DIE Sabbati, 17 die Augusti.
PRAYERS, by Dr. Smith.
Ds. Grey de Warke, Speaker.
L. Viscount Say & Seale.
Answers from the H. C.
Sir Edward and Mr. Page, sent Yesterday
with a Message to the House of Commons, return with
That they agree to send the Order to The States
Ambassadors. (Here enter it.) But concerning Mr.
Murraie's Pass, they will send an Answer by Messengers
of their own.
Mr. Serjeant Whitfield and Mr. Serjeant Fynch, sent
Yesterday with a Message to the House of Commons,
return with this Answer:
That they agree to the Printing of the Ordinance
for Martial Law; and that it be published by the
Sheriffs of London, and the Sheriffs of the respective
Counties within the Command of the Parliament.
Vanienden and Godskall.
Upon hearing the Cause between Mrs. Vanenden and
some Dutchmen, Elders of the Dutch Church, by the
Counsel of Mrs. Vanenden: It is Ordered, That the
Counsel on Behalf of the Dutchmen shall be heard on
Friday next; and that a Warrant be granted, to the
Person whose Name shall be given in, to bring in Mr.
Vanenden's Will against the Time of Hearing; and that
an Order be granted, to bring Mr. Hatt, an Attorney,
to appear (fn. *) before this House, at the Hearing, to give
his Testimony on Behalf of Mrs. Vanenden.
Committee to treat with The States Ambassadors.
"It is this Day Ordered, by the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, That the Earl of
Northumb. Earl of Kent, Earl of Lyncolne, Earl of
Stamford, Lord Viscount Say & Seale, Lord North,
Lord Grey, Mr. Greene, Dr. Eden, Mr. Selden, Mr.
Prideaux, Mr. Vassall, Sir Benjamin Rydeard, Sir
Dudley North, Sir Christofer Yelverton, Sir Symonds
D'Ewes, Mr. Roll, Sir Henry Vane Senior, Mr. Cage,
and Sir Walter Erle, be appointed a Committee, to
treat with the Lords Ambassadors of The States of
The United Provinces, touching their Complaints of
Damages done unto their Subjects in their Ships and
Merchandize, by the Ships set forth by the Parliament; and to receive the Complaints of the Subjects
of this Kingdom, of Injuries and Damages done
them by the Subjects of The States; and that Notice
be given unto their Lordships of this Order accordingly, by the Clerk of the Lords House."
Ordinance for the due Payment of Tithes.
Ordered, That the Committee for the Ordinance
concerning Tithes shall meet on Monday Morning, to
consider of it; and the Earl of Kent, Earl of Rutland,
and the Lord Berkley, are added to be of that Committee.
Committees of both Houses not to sit in this House.
Ordered, That no mixt Committee of both Houses,
nor any Committee of the House of Commons, shall sit
in this House upon a Business, but in the Painted
Chamber; according to a former Order of this House
touching this Particular.
House adjourned till 9a, Monday Morning next.