Journal of the House of Commons: Volume 11, 1693-1697. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1803.
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5 & 6 Gul. & Mar. Parl. 2. Sess. 5. A. 1693, & 1694.
JENKINS , Hugh, Petition, 10 Apr. Vide Dover, Ship. Impeachment. Vide Coningsby.
Johnson , Sir Henry. Vide Privileges.
Journals , Lords Amendments to a Money Bill to be entered therein, 25 Jan.
Ireland . Vide Supply.Mr. Broderick examined touching the Value of forfeited Estates therein, 15 Dec.
Iron . Vide Copper.
Islington , Petition for Bill to repair Highways, referred to a Committee, 12 Dec. ReportBill ordered, 20. Read; Question for Second Reading, Neg. 2 Jan.
Jurors , Bill for their Ease, ordered, 28 Dec. Read, 29. Committed, 1 Jan. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 10. Read Third time, 20. Debate thereon adjourned, 20 Jan. 9. 19. & 28, Feb. 6. 13. & 17, Mar.
6 & 7 Gul. & Mar. Parl. 2. Sess. 6. A. 1694, & 1695.
JAMAICA , Petition of Merchants and Planters therein, 12 Dec. Vide African.
Impeachment . Vide Leeds.Vote, that the proper Method to compel Witnesses to give Evidence thereon, is to summon them to attend, 2 May.
Jones , Thomas, and others, Petition, 20 Dec. Vide African.
Journals to be inspected for Precedents, 11 Jan. & 6 Feb. Entry therein to be struck out, 18 Jan.read, 13 Mar.
Ireland . Vide Supply.Act of the pretended Parliament, and Proclamation dated at Dublin, to be burnt by the common Hangman, 6 Feb.
Italy . Vide Portugal.
Judgments , and other Securities, assigned; Bill for vesting the Interest thereof in Assignees, ordered, 11 Jan. Presented, 14. Read, 19. Read Second time; Question for Commitment, Neg. 24.
Jurors , Bill for their Ease, read, 12 Nov. Committed, 6 Dec.
Justice , Lord Chief, to examine a Witness on Oath, 5 Feb.
7 & 8 Gul. III. Parl. 3. Sess. 1. A. 1695, & 1696.
JAMAICA , Petition of Merchants and Traders thereto, 28 Feb. Vide Nation.
James , St. Westminster, Petition of Parishioners for Bill to raise Money on themselves for a Discharge of the Debt; Bill ordered, 14 Dec. Read, 18. Committed, 21. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 31. Passed, 10 Feb. Returned from Lords, with an Amendment, 28. Amendment agreed to, 2 Mar. Royal Assent, 7.
Jenkins , Newce, Bill to sell Lands for Payment of Debts, ordered, 17 Jan. Presented, 27. Read, 29. Committed, 4 Feb.
Illminster , Petition from, 25 Feb.
Impeachments . Vide Belhaven, Paterson, Nairne, Smith, Cheifly, Lancashire, Sheppard, Blackwood, Balfour, Foulis, Coutts, Wilmer, Mildert, Williamson, Merry, Docminique, Douglas, Skinner, Fraser, Bateman, Stewart, and D'Azevedo.
John , St. Wapping, Petition relating to Repair of Highways, 8 Feb.
Johnson , Robert, Petition, 28 Jan. Vide Oaths.
Joint Tenancy. Vide Coparcenary.
, Richard, and Mary Gyfford, Bill, from Lords, to settle
their personal Estates in Trustees, 4 Mar. Read, 6. Committed, 7. Reported, 9. Passed, 11. Royal Assent, 10 Apr.
-, Evan, Petition, 23 Mar. Vide Supply.
Journals to be inspected by a Committee for Precedents, 6 Dec.
Ireland . Vide Oaths, Linen, and Manufactory.
Iron , foreign. Vide Supply.
Judgments , and other Securities, assigned, Bill to vest them in Assignees, read, 25 Nov. Committed, 27 Dec.
Juries , Bill to supply Defects in a former Act relating to them, ordered, 4 Dec. Presented, 5 Feb. Read, 6.
Jurors , a Committee to prepare Bill for their Ease, and for regulating Juries, 7 Dec. Bill presented, 28 Jan. Read, 29. Committed; Instruction to receive Clauses for excusing Issues of Jurors, and preventing Corruption of Juries, 1 Feb. for continuing Act for returning able and sufficient Juries, 19. Committees added, 10. Bill reported, 2 Mar. Passed, 9. Returned from Lords, with Amendments; Amendments agreed to, 27 Apr.
8 & 9 Gul. III. Parl. 3. Sess. 2. A. 1696, & 1697.
JAMAICA , Petition of Merchants and Planters therein, 7 Dec. Vide African.
James , Wm. Bill, from Lords, to sell Lands for Payment of Debts, and making Provision for Wife and Children, 1 Feb. Read, 4. Committed, 10. Reported, and re-committed, 23. Reported from Re-commitment, 2 Mar. Passed, with Amendments, 5. Amendments agreed to by Lords; Royal Assent, 8.
Jefferies , Richard, and others, Petition, 2 Dec. Vide Glassmakers.
Jeston , John, Petition, 10 Dec. Vide Glass-makers.
Infants , Bill, from Lords, to prevent undue Marriages, and secure Guardianship of them, read, 13 Apr. Committed, 14. Reported; Debate thereon, 16.
Innis , Robert, Petition; Question for referring it to the Committee on Hakewell's Petition, Neg. 22 Feb.
John , St. Wapping, Petitions from, 16 Feb. Vide Paul's, St. 19 Mar. Vide Privileges.
Johnson , Martha, Petition, 22 Jan. Vide Prisons.
Joint Tenancy. Vide Coparcenary.
Jones , Captain, Petition, 23 Jan. Vide Hakewell.
new Writ, 20 Oct.
-, Petition from, 11 Feb. Vide Whitby.
Islington , and St. Pancras, Bill for repairing Highways, ordered, 26 Oct. Read, 30. Read Second time; Question for Commitment, Neg. 4 Nov.
Judges , John, and others, Petition, 2 Dec. Vide Glass-makers.
Judgments , and other Securities, assigned, Bill to vest the Interest thereof in Assignees, read, 20 Oct. Committed, 23.
Juries , Bill to enable the Return thereof as formerly, ordered, 22 Jan. Read, 1 Feb. Committed, 3. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 5. Passed, 9. Returned from Lords, with an Amendment, 15. Amendment agreed to, 16. Royal Assent, 8 Mar.
Jurors , Bill to prevent corrupting them, ordered, 5 Dec. Presented, 10 Feb. Read, 13. Committed, 20.
Justices of the Peace to disperse a Crowd in the Passages, and attend the House immediately; attend; required to preserve the publick Peace, 21 Jan.