Journal of the House of Commons: Volume 1, 1547-1629. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1802.
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Mercurii, 15o Martii
1. The Bill to restore deprived Bishops.
1. The Bill for Conjurations, Prophecies, and Sodomy, to be Felony.
1. The Bill touching the Overplus of Chauntry Lands.
2. The Bill for Clothmakers to dwell in Bockyng, Barfeild, &c. - Ingrossetur.
Duchess of Norfolk.
L. 2. The Bill for the Jointure and Marriage of the Duchess of Norfolk.
2. The Bill against Lading in Strangers Bottoms.
The Bishop of London, in his proper Person, shewing the Untruth of the Bill, as he takes it, did conclude, that the Commissioners for his Deprivation did not according to their Commission, and yet by his Appeal, as also by his Letters Patents from Queen Mary, he standeth still Bishop, and the Grants made by N. Rydley void.
Q. 3. The Restitution in Blood of the Sons and Daughters of E. Lewknour. - Jud'm.