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, 6 Martii
1. nova. The Bill for Artificers in the County of Kent to dwell in Towns.
Divers Arguments, touching Cancellation of the Record in the Chancery, for the late Bishop of Wynchester's, Lands, and the Examination thereof, committed to Mr. Comptroller, &c.
The Queen's Attorney - for that the Bishop of Wynton, had brought learned Counsel with him, they might say their Minds, whereby Mr. Attorney might fully answer: And the Bishop said, that his Counsel was not yet instructed : Wherefore Mr. Attorney answered; the Effect whereof was, that the Appeal made by Gardyner was not of Effect; for that in the Commission, at his Deputation, was contained " Omni appellatione remota ; " and so the Grant made to King Edward the Sixth, by Bishop Poynet, in Effect:
Mr. Nowell and Mr. Bell, of Counsel with the Patentees, declared in Effect for the Patentees, as Mr. Attorney had shewed for the Queen.