Journal of the House of Commons: Volume 1, 1547-1629. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1802.
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Veneris, 3o Martii
Q. 1. The Restitution in Blood of Edward Lewkenour, and Three of his Brethren, and Six Sisters.
1. The Bill against often Buying and Selling of Horses and Mares.
2. The Bill for true Garbelling of Feathers and Flocks. - Ingrossetur.
2. The Bill against Thicking of Caps in Mills.
2. The Bill, that Lessees of Benefices shall not be charged with Payments of Tenths. - Ingrossetur.
2. The Bill against Engrossing of dead Victuals, called Monopoly. - Ingrossetur.
Q. 2. The Bill for Gersome Wrothe to be enabled, as born in England.
3. The Bill for Assurance of Lands, late Parcel of the Bishoprick of London, to the Lord Wentworthe, Lord Ryche, and Lord Darcye. - Jud'm.
3. The Bill for Gavelkind Lands of Thomas Browne and George Browne. - Jud'm.
3. The Bill for Incorporation of Trinity-hall in Cambridge. - Jud'm.
Mr. Mason required, that the Counsel of the Patentees for the Bishop of Winchester's Lands, may be here To-morrow, to hear what the Bishop and his Counsel will say ; which Request is granted by the House.
Mr. Solicitor, from the Lords, declared, that Ten of this House attend certain of the Lords To-morrow, for the Proviso in the Bill of Treasons.
The Six last Bills passed sent to the Lords by Mr. Mason.