House of Commons Journal Volume 1: 10 March 1610

Pages 408-409

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

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Saturni 10 Die Martii, 1609


L. 1a. - SUITS against Magistrates.

Maxwell's Nat.

L. 2a. - Mr. Maxwell, &c. - Naturaliz' - Sir Tho. Parry, Sir Roger Aston, Sir Tho. Love, Sir H. Poole, Sir Edw. Grevill, Sir Gam. Capell, Sir John Hungerford, Sir John Bennett, Sir Roger Dallyson, Mr. Hare, Sir Rob. Johnson, Mr. Holt, Sir Valentyne Knightley: - Monday Morning, in the Committee Chamber.

Karre's Bill.

Sir Rob. Karre's Bill to be sent.


L. 1a. - Abuses of Clothing.


L. 1a. - Transportation of Commodities.


Mr. Berry moveth, touching an Abuse to his Son, and Servant, by the Constable of Newgate. - To be sent for.


B. - Woods: - Referred to the Committee, whether publick, or private.


L. 2a. - Mr. Hugh Platt: -

Sir Geo. Carewe, Sir H. Poole, for the Yea:

Sir Tho. Edmonds, Sir Tho. Holcroft, for the Noe :

81, Yea:

68, Noe. -

Sir H. Poole, Sir Tho. Lowe, Mr. Forsett, Mr. Fuller, Sir Wm. Fleetwood, Mr. D. James, Sir Rich. Strowd, Sir Ed. Grevill, Mr. Hare, Mr. Moore, Mr. Martin, Mr. Chancellor of the Duchy, Mr. Hedley, Mr. Carye, Sir Wm. Paddye, Sir Jerome Horsey, Mr. Brook, Sir John Bennett, Mr. Fanshawe, Sir Rob. Knollys, Sir Wm. Strowd: - Wednesday, Chequer Chamber.


L. 3a. - Mrs. Drommond: - Upon Question, passed.


L 3a. - Kendall: - Upon Question. - .

Q. - No Counsel to be heard.


Heveningham. -

Privilege- Objectionable Publication.

Mr. Martin: - Report of the Conference. -

The Union of Interest, Uniformity of Proceedings, made them correspond in Matter and Form, Days and Hours. -

No Message to be called from them : - In respect of the Matter, a Message. - Not from the King, but the Lords from the King. - He, as servus servorum, from the Lords, -

Great Matters to speak of: Kings, Gods, simulachra Dei. -

Laws - Walls - To undermine a Serpent, would bite. -

Prerogative. -

This Course was dangerous: - He would take the Help of this Paper. - Secundum literam out of his Paper. -

That the King had taken Notice of the Book. -

It was not neglected - They did respect Offences done severally and respectively. -

That the Proceeding was concurrent. -

While in this Deliberation, Ecce digitus Dei. - A Message, that gave * -

The - King of the Exceptions: - Called the Party : - Examined. - That this Man had been too bold. - That it is Presumption in any Subject - as we are curious. - No wrong to the King. -

A tender thing to submit the King to certain Definition.

Beholding to no elective Power: - By the Loins of his Ancestors; - by the Law of Nations. -

The King would suppress the Book; did hate him that defended it. -

Supply, without the Consent of the People. -

Law and Prerogative a Marriage: - Not so in Love, as no Imperfection. -

The most wise, safe, and just, Law: - Not so as to contemn the other. -

The King many times pleased: - Displeased - with Passion. - If deny Supply, not angry. - But that Man may want Favour, shall be sure of Justice. -

Happy we have a Man to our King. -

Now in via lactea: - Not in Danger to lose any thing.


Mr. Solicitor - for the Matter of Tenures. -

That the Lords received the Message, and would report back again to the King.

Privilege - Objectionable Publication.

Sir John Sammes: - That the Lords would join with us, in Punishment of the Offender. -

Their Answer.

Bridgenorth Election.

Sir Rob. Hitcham: - Bridgenorth. -

Agreed, that the Return was good in Law, by Question. -

If any Misdemeanor, resolved to be examined by the House. -

Ld. Arundell.

Moved, for my Lord Arundell, that -

Mildmaye's Estate.

Moved, to defer Mr. Mildmaye's Committee till Tuesday in the Afternoon : - The same Place.


Mynne's, Committee: - Tuesday, Exchequer Chamber.