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, 9 Aprilis
It is Ordered, That Thomas Hemyng, Servant to Sir Nicholas Poynts, Knight for the County of Gloucester, shall have Privilege.
The Three last Bills sent up to the Lords.
E. of Oxford.
1. nova. The Bill touching the Earl of Oxford's Lands.
2. The Bill for Punishment of certain Treasons. - Ingrossatur.
D of Somerset.
The Arguments upon the Bill touching the late Duke of Somerset's Lands - Jud'm.
1. The Saving in the Bill for the Chapter of Westminster.
L. 3. The Bill for the Relief of the poor People. - : Jud'm.
It is Ordered, That Rauff Ellarker, One of these complained by Mr. Brandlyng's Bill, and sent hither by the Duke of Suffolk, shall remain in the Ward of the Serjeant, and find Sureties to appear in the King's Bench, at any Time before Candlemas next, that he shall be warned; and also be bound by Recognizance in the Chancery, on Condition, that he shall, during that Time, keep the Peace against the said Mr. Brandlyng, and all the King's People.