Die Mercurii, 17 Feb. 1640.
Grants to the Queen.
2da vice lecta est Billa, AN Act for Confirmation of several
Letters Patents, and other Grants,
made by our Sovereign Lord the King, to his dearest
Consort the most High and Excellent Princess Henrietta
Maria Queen of England, &c. and others, in Trust, for
her Use; upon Question, committed unto Sir Tho. Roe,
Sir Ben. Rudyard, Mr. Sutton, Sir Ri. Winne, Serjeant
Creswelld, Mr. Hampden, Mr. Palmer, Mr. Witaker, Sir
Guy Palmes, Sir Edmund Montfort, Sir Jo. Strangewayes, Sir Wm. Uvedale, Sir Ro. Hatton, Lord Falkland,
Sir Ro. Pye, Sir Anth. Irby, Mr. Kirby, Lord Fairefax,
Mr. Ra. Goodwyn, Sir Chr. Wray, Mr. White, Sir A.
Ingram, Mr. Wheeler, Mr. Capell, Mr. Jane, Serjeant
Hide, Mr. Knatchbull, Mr. Grimston, Mr. Hide, Sir Tho.
Widrington, Mr. Strangewayes, Mr. Noell, Sir Wm.
Pennyman, Mr. Holland, Mr. Ashburneham, Mr. Pelham, Mr. Cage, Mr. Cromwell, Lord Compton, Mr.
Selden, Mr. Vaughan, Mr. Catlyn, Sir Jo. Holland, Sir
Wm. Brereton, Sir Ro. Parker, Mr. Broxam, Mr. Connisby, Sir Hen. Herbert, Mr. Herbert Price, Mr. Partridge, Mr. Moore, Sir Edw. Askew, Sir Roger North,
Sir Simonds D'Ewes, Sir Ro. Harley, Mr. Schowen, Mr.
Hussy, Sir Ro. Crane, Sir Fr. Seymour, Sir Nevill Poole,
the Knights and Burgesses of Nottinghamshire, the
Knights of Northumberland, the Burgesses of Newcastle;
and they are to meet on Friday in the Afternoon, at
Two of Clock, in the Star-chamber.
Loan from the City.
Ordered, That Sir Wm. Uvedale shall forthwith repair
to the Lord Mayor of London; and, from this House,
demand of him Order to receive such Monies as are, or
shall be, brought into the Chamber of London, until the
Sum of Fifty thousand Pounds be received, Part of the
Sixty thousand Pounds that is to come in from the City,
for the Relief of the King's Army, and the Garisons in
the Northern Parts.
The Order, that was Yesterday made, for the House
to be resolved into a Committee, was read; and thereupon,
Mr. Speaker left the Chair. And
Mr. Hide was called to it.
Mr. Speaker re-assumed the Chair.
Upon Mr. Hide's Report from the Grand Committee,
it was Ordered, That it should be referred to the Committee last appointed for the King's Army, to consider
of some Way, for the Raising and Providing of so much
Money, towards the relief of the Northern Parts, and
Maintenance of the King's Army, as may be secured by
the Act, already passed, for Four Subsidies; with Power
to send for such Persons, as they shall think fit to treat
with, to this Purpose; and to delegate so many of their
own Number as they shall think fit to treat with any
Person concerning this Business: And Sir Wm. Widrington, Mr. Greene, Mr. Hide, Sir Jo. Harrison, Mr.
Noell, Sir Wm. Carnaby, Mr. Schowen, Mr. Cage, Mr.
Partridge, the Citizens and Burgesses of London, are
added to this Committee: And they are to meet this
Afternoon, at Two of Clock, in the Treasury-chamber.
Ordered, That the Order, Yesterday made, requiring
the Clerk of the Crown to bring in the Indentures, &c.
concerning the Election for the Town of Warwick, do
still continue, and stand in Force.
Ordered, That, To-morrow Morning at Eight of Clock,
the House be resolved into a Committee, to take into
farther Consideration the King's Army and Revenue, the
Northern Parts and the Navy.