Die Sabbati, ultimo Julii, 1641.
SIR Bevill Greenvile, Mr. Wm. Jesson, made the
Auditors, &c. of Revenue.
Ordered, That the Auditors of his Majesty's Revenue,
who were, by an Order Yesterday made, appointed to
attend the House, shall attend the Committee for the
King's Army: And the Petition of the Auditors Clerks
is referred to the Consideration of that Committee; to
consider of some Way of Recompence for their Pains,
in such manner as they shall think fit.
Ashton's, &c. Petitions.
Ordered, That the Petitions of John Ashton, Henry
Goodwyn, and others, of Hemble Hempsted, in Com'
Herts', be referred to the Committee where Mr. Ellis has
the Chair: And that the Proceedings, complained of in
the said Petitions, may be stayed in the mean while.
Loan money, &c.
|The Thirtieth of July,||Loan-money||-||£.||8,960
|received in London,||Poll money||-||-||900
Leave of Absence, &c.
Mr. Mallory has Leave to go into the Country: And
is required, so soon as he comes into the Country, to
send up his Son, to the Service of the House.
Ordered, That the Petition of Sir Thomas Dawes be
referred unto the Committee for the Customers; to
consider of, on Monday next in the Afternoon, what is
fit to be done upon that Petition.
Leave of Absence.
Mr. Kirby has Leave to go into the Country.
Arrears due to Scotland.
Sir John Hotham acquaints the House, that the Scotts
Commissioners will appoint some to join with the Servants
of Sir Wm. Uvedale, to tell the Monies to be paid them
for their Arrear.
Lady Lake's Deed.
Ordered, That the Deed, which, by Order of this
House, is deposited with the Clerk of this House by
the Lady Lake, shall not be disposed of to Sir Thomas
Lake, or any other; nor removed out of the Custody of
the said Officer, till particular Notice thereof be given
to the said Lady Lake.
Loan from the City.
Ordered, That the Three thousand Pounds lent by
the City, upon the publick Faith of this House, for the
Furnishing of the Queen Mother of France in her Journey out of the Kingdom, shall be forthwith paid by the
City, to any such Person as shall be nominated in Warrant under his Majesty's Hand, for the Use and Service aforesaid; and that an Acquittance, under that
Person's Hand, shall be a sufficient Discharge to the
City, for the Payment of the said Monies.
Officers of Star-chamber.
Ordered, That the Committee appointed for the
Star-chamber shall have Power to receive all such Petitions, as shall be offered unto them, for any the late
Officers of the Star-chamber; to consider what is fit for
the Justice of this House to do, in way of Reparations
to be made to those Officers, and by whom: And Mr.
Pymm is added to this Committee.
Resolved, upon the Question, That this Committee
shall not meet this Afternoon.
Tonage and Poundage.
Ordered, That the Committee for the Customers shall
receive Information from the present Customers, what
Monies have been collected upon the Two last Bills of
Tonage and Poundage; and how, and to what Uses,
they have been issued forth; and in what State those
Pensions to Jermyn, &c.
Ordered, That the Committee concerning Pensions,
informed to be allowed to Mr. Jermyn, Secretary Windebancke, & al. shall sit on Monday post meridiem, in the
A Message from the Lords, by Sir Edw. Leech and
Disbanding the Army.
The Lords desire a Conference, by a Committee of
both Houses, concerning the Scotts Commissioners Answer, touching the Disbanding the Armies, presently, in
the Painted Chamber, if it may stand with the Conveniency of this House.
They likewise brought an Act for the Disafforesting
of certain Lands of Sir James Thynne Knight, Parcel of
the Forest of Zelwood, in the County of Somersett.
Disbanding the Army, &c.
Answer returned by the same Messengers; that this
House has taken into Consideration their Lordships Message; and will give a present Meeting, as is desired.
Mr. Treasurer, Sir John Colpepper, Lord Falkland, Sir
John Hotham, Mr. Strode, Sir Tho. Barrington, are
appointed Reporters of this Conference.
Lord Falkland reports the Conference:
"The Earl of Bristoll said, that the English Commissioners had acquainted the Scotts Commissioners with
the Propositions of this House, concerning the Disbanding of their Army on the Ninth of August next; and the
Forbearance of the Fourscore thousand Pounds, till the
Beginning of September next."
And the Scotts Answer to those Propositions was read.
Ordered, That the Earl of Warwicke shall forthwith
pay to the Scotts Commissioners all the Arrears due for
the Relief of the Northern Counties: And Sir William
Uvedale is required to assist the said Commissioners, in
the best way he can, for the Telling and Conducting the
It was moved, that the Lord General might be writ
unto, to appoint a good Convoy, for Conducting of it
through the King's Army, to the River of Tees.
According to an Order Yesterday made, the House
was resolved into a Grand Committee.
Mr. Speaker left the Chair.
Mr. Hide was called to the Chair.
And the Committee proceeded with the Bill concerning
Mr. Speaker resumed the Chair.
That the Lord Mayor, and the rest of the Commissioners and Treasurers appointed to receive the Pollmoney at the Chamber of London, shall be authorized to
receive the Monies from the County of Midd', payable
by the Act for the speedy Provision of Monies, &c. from
the Collectors of the said County: And that they shall
give Acquittances to the said Collectors, as though the
said Monies had been paid in by the Sheriff.