Die Veneris, 30 Septembris, 1642.
ORDERED, That Mr. Tho. Rotherham, Mr. Glenden, and Mr. Jennat be added to the Order of the
Second of September, to be Assistants to the Performance
of a Lecture at Dunstable.
Mayor of Cheping Wicombe.
The humble Petition of the late and yet Mayor, and
divers of the Aldermen and Burgesses, of the Borough
of Cheping Wicombe in the County of Bucks, concerning
some indirect Practices in the Election of a Mayor for
that Town, was this Day read: And
It is thereupon Ordered, That the late and present
Mayor shall still continue in his Mayoralty till the new
Election be settled, upon the Hearing of the Cause:
And that Mr. Jo. Gibbons, Mr. Tho. Bigg, and Michael
Widmore, be forthwith summoned, to answer the Premises; and to such other Matters as upon Examination
shall be objected or produced against them: And that
the Examination of this Business be referred to the Committee for Informations.
Committee to Berkshire.
Sir F. Nollis, Mr. Hobby, are appointed to go down
into Berks, to put the Propositions for Money in Execution.
Any Four of the Committee for the King's Revenue
have Power upon all Occasions to sit.
The humble Petition of Tho. Rowe, a Servant to the
Lord Cottington, who was apprehended by the Mayor
of the Devizes, upon Jealousy of being an Intelligencer
between the Lord Strange and the Lord Cottington, and
before committed to Prison, was this Day read: and
ordered to be referred to the Committee for Informations: Who are this Afternoon to sit, to examine the
whole Business, and to report it to this House: And Mr.
Rigby is added to this Committee.
Mr. Rigby brings Answer, That the Lords do agree
to the Order of Publick Faith to the Undertakers for
Setting forth of Dragooners.
Mayor of Maidstone.
The humble Petition of divers of the Jurats and Freemen of the Town of Maidston in the County of Kent, concerning the Election of their Mayor, was this Day read;
and ordered to be referred to the Committee appointed
to consider of the Clerkship of the Peace of that County:
And are to sit upon it To-morrow, at Two, post meridiem:
And Mr. Corbett is added to this Committee.
Persons to be summoned.
Ordered, That Rich. Delve and Gilbert Pridham of
Sandford, who do not only refuse to appear at the Musters,
but speak Words to dishearten others, be summoned to
appear here: And Sir Jo. Northcott be desired to take
Care, that this Order of Summons be served upon them.
Dangerous Expressions in Sermons.
Resolved, upon the Question, That Mr. Newman and
Mr. Burdett, of Bury, shall be forthwith sent for as Delinquents, for dangerous Expressions uttered by them, in
Sermons they preached at Bury: The which Notes were
taken, and attested by Three several Witnesses, as appears
by the Report from the Committee for Informations.
Resolved, That this House doth approve and allow of
Captain Tho. Badinge, nominated thereunto by the Lord
Kerry, to be a Captain unto the Lord Kerry, in the Place
of Captain Paul Watts, who was formerly appointed a
Captain of the said Regiment by the Lord Kerry, and
approved of by both Houses, and is since employed in
the Service of the Parliament, for Keeping and Preserving of the Town of Portesmouth; a Captain's Place, in
that Town, being conferred upon him by the Committee
for the Safety of the Kingdom.
The Question being put, Whether the Question for
Bailing of Sir Jo. Lucas, upon Conditions not to remove
out of London, should be now put;
|The House was divided.
|The Noes went forth.
||Tellers for the Yea, 53.
|Sir Tho. Barrington,
||Tellers for the Noe, 36.
|Sir Wm. Massam,
Resolved, upon the Question, That Sir Jo. Lucas
shall be forthwith bailed; upon Condition that he remove not out of the City of London, and the Suburbs;
the Principal in 10,000 l. the Securities in 5,000 l.
apiece: The Bail to be approved of by the House.
King's Speech to the Army.
A Message from the Lords, by Sir Ro. Riche and
The Lords desire a Conference, by Committees of
both Houses, presently in the Painted Chamber, if it
may stand with the Conveniency of this House, concerning his Majesty's Speech and Protestation made in
the Head of his Army between Stafford and Wellington;
that some fitting Answer may be made thereunto, that
may give Satisfaction.
Answer returned by the same Messengers: That this
House has taken their Lordships Message into Consideration: and will give a present Meeting, as is desired.
Mr. Pym, Mr. Marten, Mr. Glyn, Sir H. Vane, are
appointed Reporters of this Conference.
Message to Lords.
Sir Tho. Barrington is appointed to carry up to the
Lords the Order for Preachers at Paule's Crosse: The
Order for a Winter Guard of Shipping, for the Coasts of
England and Ireland: The Instructions for the Deputy
Lieutenants of Essex: The Order concerning the Three
hundred Pounds in the Hands of Mr. Hill of Worcestershire, raised for Coat and Conduct Money in that
County; and concerning the Magazine at Droitwich:
The Order for Captain Tucker to go as One of the
Committees into Ireland.
Protection to Duke of Vendosme, &c.
A Declaration of Protection and Security to be
afforded to the Dukes of Vendosme, and D'Espernon,
and Soubize, the Marquis of Vieuville, and the Lord
Vabiquerville, presented from the Committee.
A Message from the Lords, by Dr. Aylett and
Dr. Heath; * * * *
The Lords have sent down an Order for the Indemnity of the Inhabitants of the Parish of Twickenham.
Answer returned by the same Messengers; That this
House has considered their Lordships Message; And
will give a present Meeting, as is desired.
Ordered, That it be refered to the Committee unto
Whom the Bussiness concerning the Duckes de Vendosme,
&c. was referred, to consider of this Order concerning
the Inhabitants of the Parish of Twickenham Training:
And that it be referred to the same Committee, to consider of the Business of the Training of Wm. Hord,
Tho. Brickford, George Audry, &c. and of Ewell in the
County of Surrey.
Ordered, That Mr. Corbett do take Care of the Meeting of the Committee concerning the Judges.
Earl of Northampton's Tenants.
Ordered, That the Tenants of the Earl of Northampton
be required to keep the Rents in their Hands, that are
due and payable now to the Earl of Northampton; and
that they do not pay any over unto the said Earl, or any
of his Assigns or Deputies, until the House shall take
farther Order: and especially that Mr. Edw. Lycoris,
Mr. Cock, and Mr. Basil Smyth, who are Tenants to the
said Earl of Northampton, and are now to pay Rents to
the said Earl, do keep their said Rents in their Hands;
and not pay them over unto the said Earl, or his
Assigns, until the House take farther Order.
Resolved, That Wm. Thoroughgood shall be committed
Prisoner to the Gatehowse, to be disposed of according
to the Directions of the Committee for the Safety of the
The Petition of Wm. Bowers, a poor Prisoner in
Newgate, was this Day read; who was committed for
being in Company of those that pillaged the Lady
Savage's House: And
It is Ordered, in regard that the Goods which the
said Bowers took are restored unto him again, That the
said Bowers be forthwith discharged from any farther
Shanaghane's &c. Petition.
The humble Petition of Derby Shanaghane and others,
Prisoners in Newgate, who were sent Prisoners out of
Scotland, was read.
Mr. Knightley is added to the Committee for Informations.
Examining Gilmore, &c.
Mr. Pym, Serjeant Wilde, Mr. Marten, Mr. Whittacre, are appointed to examine Captain Gilmore; and to
prepare Heads for a Conference concerning the Discharge of Colonel Beling: And are to meet To-morrow
Morning at Seven of Clock, in the Court of Wards.
Resolved, upon the Question, That a Conference shall
be desired with the Lords, concerning the Discharge of
Ordered, That the Business concerning Ireland be
taken into Consideration To-morrow Morning; and
then, next, the Report of the Conference.