House of Commons Journal Volume 1: 08 December 1606

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Journal of the House of Commons: Volume 1, 1547-1629. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1802.

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Lunae, 8o Decembris, 1606

Marshalsea Court.

L. 1a. B. FOR Reformation of Abuses in the Court of Marshalsea, and for the Limitation of the same.


L. 2a. B. For repressing the odious and loathsome Sin of Drunkenness: - Secondly read, and committed to Sir Robert Johnson, Sir John Heigham, Sir Geo. Moore, Sir Gamaliel Capell, Sir John Hollis, Mr. D. James, Mr. Lieutenant of the Tower, Sir Francis Barrington, Sir Edward Mountague, Sir Robert Wingfield, Sir Roland Litton, Mr. Fuller, Sir Tho. Lowe, the Burgesses of Darby, Sir Tho. Bishop, Mr. Duncombe, Mr. Chock, Mr. Alford, Sir William Liggon, Mr. Forsett, Mr. Martin, Mr. Hyde, Sir Jerome Bowes, Sir Nath. Bacon, Sir Francis Knollys: - To meet on Wednesday next, at Two a Clock in the Afternoon, in the Middle Temple Hall.


L. 2a. B. To reform the Multitude of unnecessary and inconvenient Buildings in or near the City of London: - Secondly read, disputed, and committed to Mr. Recorder of London, Sir Geo. Moore, Sir John Hollis, Sir Thomas Lowe, Sir Walter Cope, Mr. Forsett, Sir Jerome Bowes, Mr. Lieutenant of the Tower, Sir Robert Johnson, Sir Thomas Lake, Sir Roger Wilbraham, the Burgesses of Southwark, Mr. Fuller, Sir John Swynnerton, Sir Edw. Hext, Sir Edmund Bowyer, Sir Herbert Crofts, Mr. Solicitor, Sir Tho. Smyth, Sir Nath. Bacon, Sir William Fleetwood, Mr. Martin, Sir John Heigham, Mr. Alford, Sir Francis Barrington, Sir Henry Poole, Mr. Tate, Sir Barnard Whytston, Sir John Bennett, Sir Rowland Litton, Sir Francis Goodwyn, Sir Thomas Bishop, Mr. Serjeant Shirley, the Burgesses of Bristowe: - To meet on Wednesday next, at Two a Clock in the Afternoon, in the Middle Temple Hall.


Mr. Richard Martin maketh Report from the grand Committee, of their further Proceeding in the Matter of Shipping.

Injuries from Spanyards.

He saith, that Mr. Aldrich and Mr. Hall had delivered unto them a Paper containing a Relation of sundry Injuries and Wrongs done to the English, of late Time, by the Spanyard; which Paper he had.


He saith further, that a Collection of the Statutes for Shipping, was moved, but deferred till Tomorrow in the Afternoon.