House of Commons Journal Volume 1: 22 May 1572

Journal of the House of Commons: Volume 1, 1547-1629. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1802.

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Jovis, vicesimo secundo Maii, 1572

Wikes, &c.

1. The Bill for Wikes against Dennys and Dennys. - The first Reading.

Woodhowse's Estate.

2. The Bill for the Assurance of the Lands of Sir William and Sir Thomas Woodhowse, Knights, deceased.

- The second Reading; and ordered to be ingrossed.

Calivers, &c.

The Bill for the true making of Calivers, Dagges, &c. - The first Reading; and committed unto Mr. Treasurer, Sir Morrice Barcley, Sir Nicholas Arnolde, Sir Henry Wallop, Mr. Charles Howard, Mr. John Hastings, Mr. Henry Knyvett, Mr. Edward Horsey, Mr. Aldriche, Mr. Grove, Mr. Honywood, Mr. Humberston, Mr. Snagge, Mr. Fenner, Mr. Atkyns, and Mr. Cure; to meet To-morrow in the Star-chamber, at Two of the Clock in the Afternoon.

Wikes, &c.

The Bill for Wikes against Dennys, &c. is committed unto Sir John Thynne, Sir Henry Gates, Sir Henry Wallop, Sir George Turpen, Mr. Moore, Mr. Yelverton, Mr. Sampole, Mr. Sands, Mr. Bowyer, Mr. Shute, Mr. Matthew Dale, Mr. Thymelby, and Mr. Townesende;

to meet upon Wednesday next, at Two of the Clock, at Afternoon, in the Star-chamber.

Vagabonds, &c.

LL. 2. The Bill against Vagabonds, and for Relief of the Poor. - The second Reading; and referred to be considered by Sir Henry Gates, Mr. Servient Lovelace, Mr. Yelverton, Mr. Crumwell, Mr. Honywood, Mr. Boyer, and Mr. Lewes ab Owen ; to meet in this House To-morrow, at Six of the Clock in the Morning.

Queen's Message about Bills pending.

Upon Declaration made unto this House, by Mr. Speaker, from the Queen's Majesty, that her Highness's Pleasure is, that from henceforth no Bills, concerning Religion, shall be preferred or received into this House, unless the same should be first considered and liked by the Clergy ; and further, that her Majesty's Pleasure is to see the Two last Bills read in this House, touching Rites and Ceremonies; it is Ordered, by the House, that the same Bills shall be delivered unto her Majesty by all the Privy Council that are of this House, Mr. Heneage, and Mr. Doctor Wilson, Master, of the Requests ; or by any Four of them.

Rogues, &c.

1. The Bill to avoid the Multitude of Rogues and Beggars. - The first Reading.

Wikes. &c.

Upon the Reading of the Bill, exhibited by Wikes against Dennis and Dennys; and commanded by the House to be set down and entered, " that in all Matters, preferred and offered to this Court, between any private Persons, and wherein the Bill shall, by Order of this House, be thought good to be committed, those Committees shall make their Reports thereof unto this House, in the Presence of both the Parties, and of their learned Counsel."

Fraudulent Gifts, &c.

2. The Bill against fraudulent Gifts and Conveyances of Lands. - The second Reading.

Foreign Coin.

LL. 3. The Bill against Counterfeiting of foreign Coin, not current within this Realm. - The third Reading. - Jud'm.

Middlesex Jurors.

The Bill for the Jurors of Middlesex. - The second Reading; and committed to Mr. Robte. Wrathe, Mr. Newdegate, Mr. Dalton, Mr. Crumwell, and Mr. Gente.