Journal of the House of Commons: Volume 1, 1547-1629. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1802.
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Lunae, 14o Novembris
The Bill for the Corporation of Trinity Hall, brought from the Lords by Mr. Attorney and Mr. Solicitor.
Lords coming to confer.
They also declared, that divers of the Lords will come down, to confer with this House, for weighty Affairs of this Realm; and therefore require this House to tarry their Coming.
Message requiring a Subsidy.
The Lord Chancellor, the Lord Treasurer, the Duke of Norfolk, the Earl of Salop, the Earl of Pembroke, the Bishops of Winchester, London, Lincoln, and Carlyle, the Viscount Mountague, the Lord Admiral, and the Lord W. Howard, came into this House; sitting, where the Queen's Privy Council of this House use to sit: And the Lord Chancellor by his Oration declared, that by Necessity, for the Safeguard of this Realm from the French and Scots, a Subsidy must be had; Mr. Speaker, and the Privy Council, then sitting from them on the lowest Benches: And, after the Declaration made, the Lords departed.