House of Commons Journal Volume 1: 20 June 1610

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

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Mercurii, 20o Junii, 161O

Orrell.

L. 2. - ORRELL: - Mr. Askwith, Sir Tho. Beamount, Mr. Hakewill,Sir Walter Cope, Sir Geo. Moore, Mr. Solicitor, Sir Gam. Capell, Sir Nich. Saunders, Knights and Burgesses of Lancashire, Sir Nath. Bacon, Sir Antho. Cope, Mr. Alford, Sir Rob. Johnson, Mr. Yong, Sir Jo. Savill, Mr. Wentworth, Mr. Oldsworth, Mr. Prowse, Mr. Fuller, Sir Tho. Holcroft, Mr. Martin, Mr. Brock:

- Tuesday, in the Exchequer Chamber.

Counsel to be heard.

Knights and Burgesses of Surrey, Sussex, and Kent:

- Counsel to be heard To-morrow, at Committee.

Privilege.

Abuse of Sir Edm. Ludlowe: - Referred to the Committee for Privileges : - This Day Sennight to answer it.

- No Privilege to his Servant.

Ditto.

Mr. D. Steward, - touching the Arrest of his Servant:

- Moveth for the Charges.

Whether the reputed Father, being taken by a Justice's Warrant, shall pay; or the Constable that executed the Warrant. -

The Constable could not discharge him.

Q. For the Constable : - Resolved, Not to pay it; but, the reputed Father.

Oath.

L. 3. - Oath ex officio: - Passed, upon Question.

Apparel.

Mr. Brook preferreth a Bill against Apparel.

Leases.

L. 3. - Leases from and to Bishops : - Passed.

Earl of Oxenford.

L. .. - Earl of Oxenford.

Sir J. Byron.

Sir John Byron's Amendments thrice read. - Resolved, upon Question, to be amended.

Norfolk.

L. 3. - Surrounding in Norfolk: - Passed.

Highways.

Monday, - Highways, - Court. . . .

Subscription.

L. 3. - Subscription : - Upon Question, passed.

Inmates.

Inmates - London: - Tuesday.

Gib's Nat.

L. 3. - Gib - Nat. - Passed.

Milch Kine.

L. 3. - Milch Kine : - Passed.

Swearing.

L. 3. - Common Swearing. - Mr. Bond, contra; Sir Antho. Cope, pro; Mr. Alford, contra; Mr. Fuller: - Upon Question, passed.

Several Orders.

Lord of Derry : - This Afternoon.

Babington's Counsel, - Monday.

Thetford: - To-morrow.

Twelve Days for Orrell, if he be not in Town.

To-morrow Morning, - Nat. - Keere, &c. - Mr. . . .

Monday, - Mr. Davison, - Chequer Chamber. - Sir Edwyn Sandys.

Apparel.

L. 1. B. of Apparel.

Privilege.

Exelby brought in : - Said, he moved for an Injunction : - Affirmed, ad rejungendum. - Because Exelby not examined, referred to the Committees: - To-morrow Morning.

Conference.

Sir John Crook, Mr. D. Amye, Mr. Grimston, - from Lords:

Their Lordships received a Message from this - whereby a free Conference was desired, of these great and weighty Causes : They have taken Consideration : Willingly assent, that a Conference, on Tuesday next, between the former Committees.

This Message of Desire of Conference, mistaken; for it was, " we were ready to attend the Conference." -

Messages to Lords.

If we vary in any thing from a direct Assent to the Lords Message, to send by Messengers of our own. -

The Messengers demanded, whether they said it was the Desire of this House, to have Conference.

" That where we formerly received a Message, for Conference, from their Lordships."

Penington.

L. 1. - Penington - Holinshead.

Palmer.

L. 1. - Palmer - Nat.

Bills sent to Lords.

Sent up by Sir Geo. Carye.

Byron, - Amendments:

Oath ex officio:

Subscription :

Surrounding in Norfolk:

Milch Kine :

Sir Rob. Drury:

Swearing:

Bishops Leases:

Gib - ' Natural' -

Informers.

Mr. Alford preferreth a Bill against Informers, as Part of the Grievances; being so commanded.

Spencer's Petition.

Sir Henry Poole moveth touching Spencer's Petition.

This Matter to cease, by general Order; being formerly examined, and determined, at the Council Table.

Bp. of Derry.

Mr. Martin, touching the Lord Bishop of Derry : -

That he hath but One Benefice: Hath remained here Thirty Years.

Impositions.

Saturday, the Dispute touching Impositions : - Adjourned.

New River.

L. 2. - Repeal of the Act for the New River: - Committed. -

Bills from Lords.

Mr. D. Amye, Mr. Grimston, - Two Bills from the Lords:

1. Assurance of the New Exchange.

2. Establishment - Possessions of the Earl of Derby. -

New River.

Sir Rob. Johnson, contra; Mr. Alford, for Commitment ; Sir John Savill, pro. -

Lord Cranborne, the King's Counsel Sir Jo. Savill, Mr. Alford, Knights of Essex, and Hertford, and Middlesex, Sir Jo. Sammes, Sir Tho. Lowe, Mr. Bacchus, Sir Wm. Burlacy, Sir Sam. Sandys, Sir Nich. Saunders, Sir Wm. Strowd, Sir H. Poole, Mr. Whytson, Sir Edwyn Sandys, Sir Geo. Rivers, Sir Walter Cope, Mr. Carleton, Sir Rob. Phelips, Sir Warwick Heale, Sir Geo. Moore, Sir Jo. Luke, Sir Fr. Bacon, Sir Wm. Maynard, Mr. Rob. Middleton, Sir Cary Raleigh, Sir Rob. Harley, Sir Roger Owen, Sir Geo. Manors, Sir H. Nevill, Sir Dudley Diggs, Sir Henry Cary, Sir Antho. Cope, Sir Rob. Wroth, Mr. Hare, Mr. Martin, Sir Herb. Crofts, Sir Jo. Harrington, Mr. Talbott Bowes, Mr. Law. Hyde, Sir Tho. Holcroft, Sir Edmond Bowyer, Sir Tho. Maunsell, Sir Maurice Berkley, Mr. Brock, Sir Tho. Beaumount, Sir Edw. Mountague, Sir Vincent Skynner: - Monday, Chequer Chamber.

The Committee to make Choice of Tea to survey the Damages.

Mr. Martin: - That an Order, - no Committee to be named that shall not be present at the reading or naming.

Pacquets found at the Door.

Mr. Speaker openeth certain Pacquets found at the Door. - Because Matter of Scandal pretended, being superscribed with point of Treason, delivered first to Mr. Chancellor, he to the Lord Treasurer, they both to the King. - Matter against the Clergy in it. - Moved to be burned.

Order afore, that if any Stranger prefer any Grievance, he must stand by at the reading.

Q. That the Papers shall be burned : - Resolved: And Mr. Speaker to do it, by Direction of the House.