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, 7o Aprilis
L. 1. The Bill for the Stablishing of the Grammar School at Poklyngton in Yorkshire.
L. 1. The Bill to take away former Advowsons.
2. The Bill for such as put away their Wives before Divorce had. - Ingress'.
1.2. Proviso for Dying of Wools with Galls, Rynes, Barks, or Saw-Dust.
L. 3. The Bill for Increase of Tillage. - Jud'm.
3. Proviso for Dying of Wools with Galls, &c. - Jud'm.
The * Bills sent up to the Lords.
L. 1. The Bill for the Relief of the poor People.
Alyn's, &c. Nat.
L. 2. The Bill for the Denizens of the Clerks Wives and Children, viz. Edmond Alyn.
L. 1. The Bill for divine Service and Ministration of Sacraments.
L. 3. Proviso in the Bill of Buying and Selling of Offices. - Jud'm.
Duke of Somerset.
2. The Bill touching the late Duke of Somerset's Lands. - Ingrossatur.
The Bill for Mr. Branding's Complaint, sent from the Lords of the Privy Council again, to be ordered by this House according to the ancient Customs of this House.
Whereupon the Bill was read in the Presence of Henry Wytheryngton, who was sent from the Lords to this House; who confessed, that he began the Fray upon Mr. Brandlyng.
Whereupon the same Henry is committed Prisoner to the Tower of London.