House of Commons Journal Volume 7: 10 October 1651

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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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Friday, the 10th of October, 1651.


Earl of Kildare's Children.

ORDERED, That Four Pounds a Week, for six Months, be paid unto Fenton Persons Esq; to the Use of the Two Children of the Earl of Kildare, upon Accompt, in Part of the Arrears due to the said Earl: And that the same be charged upon Haberdasher's Hall: And that the Commissioners for Compounding do give Warrant to the Treasurers of that Receipt for the Payment thereof, weekly, accordingly: And the Acquittance, and Acquittances, of the said Fenton Parsons, testifying the Receipt thereof, shall be a sufficient discharge in that Behalf.

Sitting of this Parliament.

A Bill for setting a certain time for Sitting of this Parliament, and for calling a new Parliament, was this Day read the Second time; and, upon the Question, committed to a Grand Committee of the whole House.

Propagating the Gospel.

Resolved, That this House do sit on Wednesday next, upon the Report to be then made of the Amendments to the Bill for Propagation of the Gospel.

Sitting of this Parliament.

Resolved, That the House be resolved into a Grand Committee, upon the Bill for setting of a certain Time for Sitting of this Parliament, &c. and do sit de die in diem, till To-morrow Fortnight, upon the Sitting-Days within a Fortnight, excepting only Wednesday next.

Admitting Members.

Resolved, That the Committee touching admitting of Members, be revived; and that Mr. Gurdon be added to that Committee: And that it be referred to them, or any Two of them, to receive what Satisfaction Sir Thomas Woodhowse and Mr. Westrow shall tender to them, touching their Admission into the House; and to report it to the House on Wednesday next.


Sir Gilbert Pickering reports, from the Council of State, the Two Petitions of Francis Clein and of Philip Hullenberch, in the Name of the Makers of Tapistry at Mortlake.

Ordered, That the Tools and Frames at Mortlake, touching the Manufacture of making Hangings, be left in the Hands of Phillip Hullenberch, and his Partners, Makers of Tapistry Hangings at Mortlake: And that the Draughts and Designs, usually in the Custody of Francis Clein, be left in the Hands of the said Francis Clein, until the House take further Order: And that the Trustees for Sale of the late King's Goods, &c. do forbear to make Sale of them, or any of them.

The House, according to former . . ., adjourned itself to Tuesday Morning next, Eight of Clock.