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, 10o Martii
1. The Bill touching Colleges and Chauntries, surrendered to King Henry the Eighth.
Bills of Restitution.
Q. 2. The Restitution in Blood of Robert Rudstone.
Q. L. 2. The Restitution in Blood of Edward Lewkenour's Sons and Daughters.
1. The Bill against Destruction of Fry of Salmons, Eels, and Fish.
1. The Bill for Dwelling of Clothiers in Barfeild, Deddyng, Coxall, and Bockyng in Essex.
2. The Bill for Allowances of Sheriffs for the Justices Diets.
2. The Proviso, devised by the Lords, in the Bill of Treasons.
Bills from Lords.
The Bill for answering the Revenues to the Queen, with the Incorporation of Trinity Hall, from the Lords, by Mr. Solicitor.
Leave of Absence.
Rouland Laken, Burgess for Wenloke, is licensed to be absent, for his Business at the Assizes.