House of Commons Journal Volume 1: 06 June 1572

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: 06 June 1572', in Journal of the House of Commons: Volume 1, 1547-1629, (London, 1802) pp. 100-101. British History Online [accessed 4 March 2024]


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Veneris, sexto Junii, 1572

Coggeshall Cloths.

2. The Bill for Coggeshall Cloths. - The second Reading; and ordered to be ingrossed.

Person to attend, &c.

The Serjeant is commanded by this House to warn Andrew Fissher, that he make his personal Appearance here presently this Forenoon, immediately after that the Lords (now dealing in the Committee of his Cause) shall have left off their present Conference. And Sir Thomas Scotte, Mr. St. Leger, Mr. Norton, and others of the Committees of this House in the Matter, before the Bill

passed, are presently sent from this House to the said Lords Committees, to inform them of the former Proceedings of the said Committees of this House in the Matter.


2. The Bill for Woodstocke. - The second Reading.


2. The Bill for Severance of the Sheriffs of Surry and Sussex. - The second Reading; and ordered to be ingrossed.

Christ's Hospital.

3. The Bill for Christ's-Hospital. The third Reading. - Jud'm.

Foreign Wares.

3. The Bill against the Bringing in of foreign Wares forbidden. - The third Reading. - Stayed.

Fraudulent Gifts, &c.

1. nova. The Bill against fraudulent Gifts and Conveyances of Lands. - The first Reading.

Queen of Scotts.

LL. 2. The Bill against Marye commonly called the Queen of Scotts. - The second Reading.

Mr. Chancellor of the Duchy, Mr. Chancellor of the Exchequer, Mr. Serjeant Manwood, Mr. Attorney of the Duchy, Mr. Attorney of the Court of Wards, Mr. Popham, Mr. Monson, Mr. Yelverton, and Mr. Norton; to have Conference for the Understanding of the Bill against Marye commonly called the Queen of Scotts; and to meet this Afternoon: And all Arguments to be received, as upon the Second Reading of the Bill, until it shall be read the third Time.

Private Bills.

It is Ordered by the House, to sit at Afternoons from Three of the Clock till Six; and to proceed but only in private Bills; and not to go to the Question of any such Bill, if it concern any Town or Shire, unless the Knights of such Shire or Shires, or the Burgess of such Town or Towns, shall then be present.

Fisher called to the Bar.

Andrew Fisher, being called this Day to the Bar, and charged with certain Objections, is further adjourned, to make his Appearance here in this Court To-morrow next coming.

Post meridiem.

Tauntons, &c.

1. The Bill for Tauntons and Bridgewaters. - The first Reading.

Weights, &c.

1. nova. The Bill for Weights and Measures. - The first Reading.

Wikes, &c.

Mr. Wikes and Mr. Dennys, with their Counsel, are appointed to be here To-morrow at Afternoon, at Three of the Clock; and Dennys at his Peril, for the other to be heard in his Absence.

E. of Kent, &c.

Day is given for the Earl of Kent and the Lord Compton, with their Counsel on both Sides, to be heard To-morrow at Four of the Clock in the Afternoon.