House of Commons Journal Volume 1: 26 November 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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Martis, 26o Novembris

Cloth Trade.

1. The Bill for Cloths to be made in Brydgewater, Tawnton, and Charde.

Purveyors.

1. The Bill for the Purveyors not to take within Five Miles of Oxford and Cambrige.

Stolen Horses.

1. nova. The Bill to avoid the common Buying of stolen Horses.

Money, &c.

1. The Bill against Carrying of Money or Jewels out of the Realm.

Oxford, &c. Paving.

3. The Bill for the Paving of Oxforde, Newarke, and Wylton. - Jud'm.

First-fruits.

Q. L. 2. The Bill for the Release of the First-fruits and Tenths.

The Two last Bills sent, passed, to the Lords by Mr. Fitzchamberleyn.

Bills from Lords.

The Two Bills brought from the Lords by Mr. Vaughan ; One against certain Persons beyond Seas, the other touching Merchants Adventurers.