Journal of the House of Commons: Volume 1, 1547-1629. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1802.
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Martis, 5 Aprilis
L. 1. The Bill for Paving of Kentish-street.
2. The Bill to avoid Iron Mills near Guldeforde, Farneham, and Goddylmyne. - Ingress .
1. To avoid Iron Mills near Reygate.
1. nova. The Bill for putting away Wives before Divorce.
It is Ordered, That this House doth require the Lords of the Council to receive, upon their Request, the Bill exhibited by Mr. Brandlyng, one of the Burgesses, against Wetheryngton and other, and to take Order in the same.
L. 3. The Bill for Restitution of John Fortescue. -
L. 3. The Joynture of the Lady Burgeveny. - Jud'm.
L. 3. The Bill for Descents of Religious Persons. - Jud'm.
L. 4. nova. The Bill touching the Premunire, with a Proviso added thereto.
Bills from Lords.
Three Bills come from the Lords, viz. For the Poor, for Advowsons, and a School at Poklyngton.
Duke of Somerset.
1. The Bill touching the late Duke of Somerset's Lands.
L. 3. The Bill forbidding Buying of tanned Leather. - Jud'm.
3. The Bill to avoid the Making of more Iron Mills near Horseham, and in Sussex. - Vacat per majorem Numerum super Quaestione.
L. 2. nova. The Bill for Exigents and Proclamations; and a Proviso added.
It is Ordered, That Cryketoste shall be discharged of the Imprisonment, paying his Fees.