Diary of Thomas Burton Esq: Volume 1, July 1653 - April 1657. Originally published by H Colburn, London, 1828.
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Tuesday, February 24, 1656–7.
Ordered, that the lords the judges, who are members of this House, and all the gentlemen of the long robe, members of this House, and the rest of the members of this House, shall constantly attend the service of this House, and not depart without leave of this House.
The House, according to former order, did this day resume the debate upon the Remonstrance yesterday read.
The question being propounded, that this paper shall be read to-morrow morning.
The House was divided.
The Noes went forth.
Noes 44. Lord Lambert and Lord Strickland, Tellers.
Yeas 100. Sir Richard Onslow and Colonel Jones, Tellers.
So it passed in the affirmative, and it was
Resolved, that the paper shall be read to-morrow morning, in parts, beginning at the 1st article after the preamble.