House of Commons Journal Volume 1
10 May 1606

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'House of Commons Journal Volume 1: 10 May 1606', Journal of the House of Commons: volume 1: 1547-1629 (1802), pp. 307-308. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=5174 Date accessed: 20 October 2014.


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Saturni, 10 Die Maii, 1606

Impositions on Merchants.

Mr. Fuller bringeth in, from the Committee, the Bill touching the Impositions upon Merchants, with Amendments; and the Amendments read ; and to be ingrossed.

Throckmorton's Estate.

Mr. Martin bringeth in the Bill for the Settling of the Manor of Rye upon Mr. Throckmorton Esquire, &c. with Amendments; and, upon the Question, to be ingrossed.

Purveyors.

3. Reading: - The Bill for the better Execution of sundry Statutes touching Purveyors : - Passed, upon the Question.

Bills sent to Lords.

Bills sent up: -

Bill declaratory, touching the Union.

Sir Chro. Hatton.

Lord Chandoz.

Skinners.

Delays of Executions.

Chepstowe Bridge : - Amendments inserted.

Attorneys and Solicitors.

Drury Lane.

Residence of beneficed Men.

Election of Burgesses.

Bowling.

Purveyors Statutes. -

Sent up to the Lords by Mr. Secretary Herbert,

Muster-master.

Grievances.

The Grievances read.

When it came to the Grievance of my Lord of Hertford, Sir John Hollis stood up, and spoke from my Lord:

- Shewed a Letter from my Lord, justifying his Proceedings in the Matter of Muster-master.

Sir H. Poole answered, with much Imputation to my Lord, and to Josias Kyrton, the Muster-master: - Shewed a Letter from the Justices.

Mr. James Kyrton replied : - Desired a Commitment:

- Produced sundry Notes and Warrants for my Lord's Proceeding in that Matter.

But the House was rather willing that the Matter should proceed in the Grievance, without further Dispute.

Several Orders.

Sir John Crook and Mr. D. Hone.

Oriel College : - Amendments.

Grys and Cottrell: - Amendments.

Naturalizing of David Murrey. -

Conference teaching the Recusants Bill, on Tuesday:

Painted Chamber : - Forty Number.

Answ. That they will meet.

Grievances-Typper.

Mr. Hoskins moved, touching Mr. Typper, that a Committee may be appointed to examine it : -

Sir Geo. St. Poll, Sir Wm. Wray, Mr. Tate, Mr. Bacchus. - Gentlemen to be present, and give Evidence: - Monday appointed, at the Temple.

Grievances.

Sir Henry Mountague moveth, touching the Matter of Rates; and openeth Reasons why it should not fit to be a Grievance.

The Officers of the Custom-house brought in to the Bar, and admitted to Answer. -

And did answer, touching the general Book of Rates, and then touching bolting Canvas. -

Delivered Reasons for themselves. - The Course held by the Farmers.

Agreed, upon Question, to be a Grievance.

The Grievances agreed to be ingrossed.

Attainder - Gunpowder Plot.

Mr. Solicitor reporteth the Conference touching the Bill of Attainders, with Agreement of the Lords. -

A Proviso which is to be considered by the Committee.

Mr. Digbye's Counsel to be heard on Monday.