House of Commons Journal Volume 1: 22 March 1559

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, 22o Martii

Rebellious Assemblies.

3. The Bill to continue the Act for Rebellious Assemblies. - Jud'm.

Supremacy.

L. 3. The Proviso and Additions by the Lords in the Bill of Supremacy. - Jud'm.

Collating Bishops.

3. The Bill for Collating of Bishops by the Queen's Highness, and with what Rites and Ceremonies - Jud'm.

First-fruits.

L. * The Provisoes, from the Lords, in the Bill of First-fruits and Tenths. - Jud'm.

Leather.

3. nova. The Bill for Tanners, and Selling of tanned Leather. - Jud'm.

The Five last Bills sent to the Lords by Mr. Comptroller.

Tallow, &c.

3. The Bill, that Carriage of Tallow, Hides, or Leather, to be Felony. - Jud'm.

Leases.

3. The Bill prohibiting Spiritual Leases longer than the Life of the Incumbent. - Jud'm.

Licences.

3. The Bill to avoid Licences for Carnage or Bringing of Things prohibite by the Laws of this Realm. - Jud'm.

Pembroke Assizes.

3. The Bill for Keeping of Assizes and Gaol-deliveries at Pembroke.

Horses.

L. 3. The Bill to revive the Act against Carriage of Horses into Scotland. - Jud'm.

The Four last Bills sent to the Lords by Mr. Chancellor of the Duchy.