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, 5o Novembris
Dying Cloths, &c.
1. The Bill for true Dying of Cloths, Kersies, Wools, Hats, and Caps.
2. The Bill for the Having of One Sheriff of One County, in divers Counties. - Ingrossetur.
1. The Bill for having but One Tenement by an Artificer, and a Husbandman Two.
1. The Bill to repeal the Statute for Wines, made Anno 7o E. VIti.
1. The Bill for Collections to be made for Mending of the Harbours near the narrow Seas.
Committee to attend the Queen.
The Lords sent down Mr. Servient Carus and Mr. Attorney, to signify, that the Committees should come up to them ; who immediately did so ; and returning, shewed, that the Lords required. That Thirty of this House should be before the Queen, at the Palace, this Afternoon; which were appointed, by Mr. Speaker, of the Committees to hear her Majesty's Pleasure.