House of Commons Journal Volume 7: 14 October 1652

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Journal of the House of Commons: Volume 7, 1651-1660. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1802.

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Thursday, the 14th of October, 1652.


Letters read.

SIR William Constable reports from the Council of State, A Letter from Hamburgh, of the Fifth Day of October, from Richard Bradshaw.

And an Extract of a Letter from Coppenhaghen of the 25th of September 1652: And Extracts of several Letters from Amsterdam, October 18/8, 1652: Which were all this Day read.

Embassy from Denmark.

He also reports the Desire of the Resident of the King of Denmark, to have a Pass.

He also reports the Desire of the Lords Ambassadors Extraordinary from the King of Denmark, to have a Pass: Which were read.

He also reports the several Papers, containing the Proceedings of the Treaty between the Council and the Lords Ambassadors Extraordinary of the King of Denmark, and the Papers concerning the Arrest of one of the Lords Ambassadors Servants: Which were all read.

He also reports the Paper delivered from the Council to the said Lords Ambassadors Extraordinary, in pursuance of an Order of Parliament of the Second of July 1652: A Translate of a Speech of the said Lords Ambassadors in the Council of State: Which was referred back again to the Council, by Order of 17 Septembris 1652; and a Draught of an Answer from the Council intended to be given thereunto: Which were all read.

Ordered, That it be referred to the Council of State, upon the Information received of the Stay of the English Ships at Copenhagen, that, by Command of the Parliament, and in their Name, they do signify the same to the Lords Ambassadors Extraordinary of the King of Denmark; and to desire their Answer therein.

Papers to be returned.

Ordered, That all Papers, now reported from the Council, be returned back to the Council.

The Maze in Southwark.

The humble Petition of the Inhabitants of the Borough of Southwark, on behalf of sundry well-affected-Inhabitants, Tenants to the Manor of The Maze, in the Borough aforesaid, was this Day read.