Jovis, 13o Die Martii, 1605
SIR Rob. Johnson bringeth in a Bill against Forestallers, Regrators, Ingrossers.
Sir Tho. Waller bringeth in a Bill against Fees of Officers: - Nova.
St. Bee's School.
1. Reading: - The Bill for Confirmation of Letters Patents, made to the Governors of the Free Grammar School at St. Bees in the County of Cumberland.
1. Reading : - B. Against unlawful Hunting of Deer and Conies. -
Much impugned; but agreed, by Question, to have a second Reading.
Ld. Danver's Restitution.
2. Reading: - The Bill for the Restoring and Enabling of Henry Lord Danvers, as Son and Heir to Sir John Danvers Knight, deceased, notwithstanding the Attainder and Corruption of Blood of Sir Charles Danvers Knight, deceased: - Committed - the Privy Council, Sir Oliver St. John, Sir Nath. Bacon, Sir Henry Poole, Sir Edm. Carye, Sir Rob. Maunsell, Sir Herbert Crofts, Sir Geo. Fleetwood, Sir Tho. Maunsell, Sir Henry Hubbard, Mr. Overberry, Mr. Solicitor, Sir Lewys Lewknor, Mr. Recorder, Sir Henry Beamount, Sir John Heigham, ... Rob. Stapleton, Mr. Wyseman, Mr. Yelverton, Sir John Savill, Sir Rich. Bulkley: - Saturday.
Countess of Essex' Jointure.
2. Reading. - The Bill for the Assurance of the Jointure of the Right honourable Frances Countess of Essex, &c. - To the former Committees: - Sir John Luson, Sir Rob. Wingfield, Mr. Penbridge, Sir Edw. Grevill, Sir Roger Aston, Mr. Percyvall, Sir Fr. Knolles, Sir Tho. Smyth, Sir Rob. Needham, Sir Geo. Moore, Sir Nich. Saunders, Sir Jerome Horsey, Sir Rob. Knollys: - Saturday,
Bills sent to Lords.
Sent up to the Lords by Mr. Secretary Herbert, and others.
1. Reading: - B. For the better Conforming of Recusants,
Recusants, their Wives Children, and Servants, to the true Religion, &c.
Bill for the Abating, and to restrain the new Erection of Weares, Stanks, Kiddles, &c. brought in from the Committee by Mr. Overberry, with Amendments; which being twice read ; ordered to be ingrossed.
Sir Rob. Johnson bringeth in a Proviso ; - 2. read, and disputed by Mr. Hoskins; but, upon the Question, rejected.
The King's Supply first, and then the Grievances, to be handled To morrow, at Eight a Clock.
Sir Edwyn Sandys moveth, that the Bill for Establishment of true Religion, may be recommitted: - Saturday :
- The same Committee: - To be recommitted : - Chequer Chamber
The Bill against the Court of Marshalsey, and their Abuses: - All the Privy Council, Mr. Wynch, Mr. Recorder, Sir Henry Hubbard, Sir Geo. Rivers, Sir Oliver St. John, Sir Geo. Moore, Sir Edm. Ludlowe, Sir Rob. Moore, Sir Wm. Bowyer, Sir Rob. Oxenbridge, Sir Nich. Saunders, Sir Tho. Holcroft, Mr. Fuller, Mr. Yelverton, Sir Walter Cope, Sir Edm. Carye, Sir Rob. Bowyer, Sir Jerome Horsey, Sir Fr. Goodwyn, Mr. Doyley, Sir Roger Wilbraham, Mr. Solicitor, Sir Fra. Bacon, Sir Rob. Wingfield, Mr. Fr. Moore,: - Monday.
Warren : - Monday : - Sir Wm. Burlacy, Sir John Specott, Sir Valentyne Knightley, Sir John Boys, Sir Barnard Whyston, Sir Gamaliel Capell, Sir Rob. Johnson:
- Chequer Chamber, Monday.
Leave of Absence.
John Plummer, Burgess for New Rumney, hath Leave to depart, being sick.
Sir John Speccott have Leave to depart.
Sir Wm. Cook, being sick, hath Leave to depart.