Journal of the House of Commons: Volume 1, 1547-1629. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1802.
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Saturni, 6o Die Decembris
L. 1a. B. FOR Explanation of the Statute made the first Session of this Parliament, concerning Tanners, Curriers, and other Artificers, using the Cutting of Leather.
L. 2a. B. For the Naturalizing of Peter Baro, alias Baron, Doctor in Physick, and Mary his Wife: - Secondly read, and committed to Sir Henry Poole, Mr. Irby, Sir William Paddy, Mr. Hyde, Mr. Alford, Sir Vincent Skynner, Sir Tho. Lowe, Sir Herbert Crofts, Sir Francis Barrington, Mr. Brook, Mr. D. James, the Burgesses of the Town and University of Cambridge, Sir Tho. Grantham, Sir Edward Hext, Mr. Nanton, Sir Edward Hobby, Sir William Liggon, Sir John Peyton: - To meet on Tuesday next, at Two a Clock in the Afternoon, in the Middle Temple Hall.
Naturalized Persons not to sit.
Moved by Sir Henry Poole, that it might be entered for a general Order, that none naturalized should be capable of Place in Parliament.
The Point of Escuage disputed by Sir William Morrice, and Sir Henry Jenkins [a].
L. 3a. An Act to direct some Proceeding in Causes and Courts ecclesiastical: - The third time read, and, upon Question, passed.
L. 1a. B. To avoid and reform the Multitude of unnecessary and inconvenient Buildings in or near the City of London.
Tonage and Poundage.
B. For Explanation of the Statute (intituled. An Act of Subsidy of Tonage and Poundage) made in the first Year of the Reign of the King's Majesty, preferred by Mr. Brook, One of the Citizens for the City of York.