House of Commons Journal Volume 1: 14 January 1555

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, 14

Treasons.

4. The Bill for Punishment of Treasons, and Government of the King's and Queen's Issue. - Jud'm. -

Sent to the Lords by Mr. Comptroller.

Apparel.

L. 1. 2. The Bill to avoid Excess of Apparel, - Mr. Pollard.

Absence of Members.

1. 2. The Bill for Absence of Knights and Burgesses of the Parliament. - Mr. Gargrave.

Duke of Suffolk, &c. Attainders.

K. Q. L. 3. The Bill confirming the Attainders of the late Duke of Suffolk, Wyatt, and Fifty-two other Persons. - Jud'm.

Bailment.

3. The Bill for Bailment of Prisoners. - Jud'm.

The Two last Bjlls sent to the Lords by Mr. Comptroller.

Foreign Wares.

3. The Bill to avoid certain foreign Wares of other Realms. - Jud'm.

Seditious Words.

1. The making certain seditious Words, spoken ; or to be spoken, against the Queen's Majesty, to be Treason.