House of Commons Journal Volume 1: 07 June 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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Sabbati, septimo Junii, 1572

Woodstocke.

2. The Bill for Woodstocke. - The second Reading; and ordered to be ingrossed.

Wax-chandlers.

2. nova. The Bill for the Wax-chandlers of London; with the Provisoes, twice read; and ordered to be in-grossed.

Merchants.

1. The Bill against Merchants, to be Purchasers of Lands or Leases, &c. - The first Reading.

Fugitives.

1. 2. nova. The Bill for Explanation of a Branch in the Statute of Fugitives, twice read ; and ordered to be ingrossed.

Ailesburie Assizes.

2. The Bill for the Assizes to be kept at Ailesburie. - The second Reading; and ordered to be ingrossed.

Wynchester.

3. The Bill for Wynchester, and the Soke adjoining to the same. - The third Reading. - Jud'm.

Vouchers.

2. The Bill against covenous Vouchers. - The second Reading; and ordered to be ingrossed.

Sir W. Harpur.

1. nova. The Bill for Sir Willm. Harpur Knight. - The first Reading.

Forts, &c.

Mr. Attorney and Mr. Doctor Huick brought from the Lords the Bill against such as do with-hold from the Queen's Majesty any Forts, &c. with certain Amendments by their Lordships added unto the former Amendments of this House.

Queen of Scottes.

Mr. Colby and Mr. Flowerdewe are added to the former Committees, in the Bill against Mary commonly called the Queen of Scottes.

Post meridiem.

Justices of Peace, &c.

1. The Bill, that none serving any Subject, shall be a Justice of Peace, or High Constable. - The first Reading.

Oxeford Roads.

2. The Bill for Repairing the Ways and Bridges near Oxeford. - The second Reading.

E. of Kent, &c.

Upon the Argument in the Matter between the Earl of Kent and the Lord Compton, by their learned Counsel of both Sides, this House thinketh good to be further advised upon the Matter at this time; and so is it signified unto their Lordships and their Counsel.