House of Commons Journal Volume 1: 20 December 1566

Journal of the House of Commons: Volume 1, 1547-1629. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1802.

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'House of Commons Journal Volume 1: 20 December 1566', in Journal of the House of Commons: Volume 1, 1547-1629, (London, 1802) pp. 80. British History Online https://www.british-history.ac.uk/commons-jrnl/vol1/p80d [accessed 4 March 2024]

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Veneris, 20o Decembris

Clergy Subsidy.

L. 2. The Bill for the Subsidy of the Clergy of Canterbury.

Plymouthe Alms-house.

2. The Bill for the Alms-house at Plymouthe. - Ingrossetur.

Salt.

2. The Bill for Making of Bay Salt and White Salt in England. - Ingrossetur.

Crows, &c.

2. The Bill for Preservation of Grain, by Killing of Crows, and other Vermin. - Ingrossetur.

Cloth Trade.

3. The Bill for Clothworkers, and that every Tenth Cloth, to be carried over Sea, to be wrought. - Jud'm.

Bills from Lords.

The Jointure for the Lady Warwyk, and the Bill, amended, for Shrewesbery, brought from the Lords by Mr. Attorney.

Bills to Lords.

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

Tonage Wares.

3. The Proviso, and the Bill for Tonage Wares. - Jud'm.

Plomstede Marsh.

3. The Bill for the Inning of Plomstede Marsh, surrounded with Water. - Judm.

The last Bill passed sent up by Mr. Chancellor of the Duchy.

Letters Patents.

3. The Bill for Confirmation of Letters Patents made sithens the First Day of the Queen's Majesty's Reign. - Jud'm. -

Sent to the Lords by Mr. Chancellor.

Wears, &c.

3. The Bill for Fishgates, Wears, and Piles. - Vacat super Quaestione; with the Bill, 62; against, 65.

Vermin.

3. The Bill for Preservation of Grain by Destruction of Vermin. - Jud'm.

Countess of Warwyke.

Q. L. 1. 2. The Bill for the Jointure of Lady Anne, Countess of Warwyke.

Hereford Sessions.

L. 1. 2. 3. A Proviso, from the Lords, for the Sessions to be kept at Hereford, added to the Bill for Gaol-delivery in Wales. - Jud'm.

Plomstede Marsh.

Francis Thynne came in personally; and agreed to such Things, touching his Title to Tythes in Plomstede Marsh, as Sir John Thynne should say for him.