Journal of the House of Commons: Volume 1, 1547-1629. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1802.
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Martis, 16o Martii
L. 1. The Bill for Enrollments of Writings indent' at Lancaster, Chester, and Duresme.
L. 1. A Proviso, for Recognizances, added to the Bill of Exceter.
Bills Sent to Lords.
The Bill for the Navy, and the Restitution of Mr. West, sent to the Lords by Mr. Secretary.
Bills from Lords.
The Bill for Southampton, and the Bowyers Bill, brought from the Lords by Mr. Solicitor.
L. 1. The Bill for unlading of Malmeseys, at Sweet Wines, at Southampton.
L. 1. 2. Proviso for the Price of Bows by the Bowyers.
L. 1. The Bill for Punishment of Invocations of Evil Spirits, Witchcraft, Inchantment, or Sorcery.
L. 2. The Bill against fond and fantastical Prophecies.
L. 2. The Bill to revive the Statute for Punishment of the Vice of Buggery.
1. nova. The Bill for the Order of Bankrupts, their Lands and Goods, by Commission from the Lord Chancellor.
2. A Proviso for Recognizances to be taken at Excestre.
1. The Bill to avoid fraudulent Gifts of Lands or Tenements, Goods or Chattels.
Leave of Absence.
Robert Mychells, Gent. One of the Burgesses of the City of Norwyche, William Baymbrygge, of Darby, Burgess, be licensed, for their Affairs, to be absent.