House of Commons Journal Volume 6: 24 June 1651

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Journal of the House of Commons: Volume 6, 1648-1651. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1802.

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Tuesday, the 24th of June, 1651.


Proceedings against Ld. Howard.

THE House this Day according to former Order, resumed the Debate upon the Report touching the Lord Edward Howard.

Mr. Carew reports from the Committee touching the said Lord Edward Howard, The Copy of the Information of John Cropley, taken the Twenty-fifth of December 1650; and a Paper concerning Mr. Thomas Gell; a Second Paper concerning the same; Three Papers touching the same; and the Examinations of John Turner and John Eldridge; and a Petition, confessed by Wendy Oxford to be his Hand-writing; and a Paper produced by Eldrige, which Captain Oxford confesseth he thinks it is his Hand; a Paper of Oxford's Hand-writing at the Committee; a Letter produced to Henry Oxford; Thomas Jervoise his Examination; a Paper shewed to John Berry at his Examination; Wm. Lugdale's Examination; Humfrey Berry his Examination; Henry Oxford his Examination; Elizabeth Swan, Wife to Thomas Swan, her Examination; Maurice Tresham his Examination; Francis Crane his Examination; Thomas Collins his Examination; John Cropley his Examination; the Examinations of George Stanhope, Edward Peacock, Henry Starkey, Robert Atherton, Bartholomew Pickering, John Porter; the Examination of Thomas Rogers, John Eldridge, Richard Woodyeer; the Examinations of Humfrey Berry, Wendy Oxford; the Examination of John Cropley; the Information of Thomas Gell, touching the Lord Stanhope; the Examinations of Thomas Leveston Esquire, Dorothy Lady, Stanhop, Simon Potter, John Buller; a Letter to Mr. Buller from Thomas Jervis; and Information of Mr. Gell against the Lord Howard, touching Mrs. Morrison; Mrs. Morrison's Examination; the Lord Howard's Answer, touching Mrs. Morrison's Business.

Which were all this Day read.

The Lord Howard made his Answer unto the several Charges against him.