Journal of the House of Commons: Volume 1, 1547-1629. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1802.
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2. The Bill for Coming of Egyptians into this Realm to be Felony. - Mr. Cholmeley.
The Bill for Cadinal Poole, sent up to the Lords by Mr. Treasurer, Mr. S. Petre, &c.
Mr. Treasurer declared, that the King and Queen will be To-morrow Afternoon in the Parliament-house, to give their Assent to that Bill.
Proceedings after Royal Assent.
Upon a Question asked in the House, if, upon the Royal As. sent, the Parliament may proceed without any Prorogation;
It is agreed by Voices, that it may.
2. The Bill for Impounding of Distresses in several Pounds. - Mr. Pollard.