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 24th of June, 1652.
THE Question being propounded, That it be referred to the Lords Commissioners for the Great Seal of England, to dispose of the Judges for the several Summer Circuits, as they shall judge most advantageous for the Service of the Commonwealth;
And the Question being put, That these Words be added to the Question, viz. "And that such Judges, as shall be by them appointed to ride Circuits in their own Countries, pro hac vice, shall not thereby incur any Penalty imposed by the Act of Parliament on that Behalf;"
That passed with the Negative.
Resolved, by the Parliament, That it be referred to the Lords Commissioners for the Great Seal of England, to dispose of the Judges for the several Summer Circuits, as they shall judge most advantageous for the Service of the Commonwealth.
Commissioners of Great Seal.
Ordered, That an Act be brought in To-morrow Sevennight, for settling the Salaries of the Lords Commissioners for the Great Seal, and the rest of the Judges, upon a certain Revenue; and for the due Payment thereof: And also for taking off Fees, according to the former Vote of the Parliament: And that Mr. Solicitor-General do bring in the Act, accordingly.
Embassy from Holland.
The Earl of Pembroke reports, from the Council of State, the Answer of the Council of State, of the 19th of June 1652, to the Summary of the Lord Adryan Paw, Ambassador Extraordinary of the States General of the United Provinces; presented to the Council the 24/14 of this instant June: Which was this Day read.
And also another Paper from the said Lord Paw, Ambassador Extraordinary from the States General of the United Provinces, of 1 Julii / 21 Junii 1652, for a present Conference with the Lords Commissioners for the Council: Which was this Day read.
And also another Paper, of 21 Junii/ 1 Julii 1652, upon Receipt of the Answer of the Council of State to the Summary delivered in by the said Lord Ambassador Extraordinary: Which was this Day read.
And another Paper from the said Lord Ambassador, of 23 Junii/ 3 Julii; 1652: Which was also read.
He also reports the Demand for Satisfaction for the Charges and Damages this State hath sustained, and been put unto by them, this Summer: Which was this Day read.
The Question being propounded, That this House doth agree with the Council in this Report;
And the Question being put, That This Question be now put;
The House was divided.
The Noes went forth.
|Sir Henry Vane,||Tellers for the Noes:||47.|
|Colonel Purefoy,||With the Noes,|
|Mr. Marten,||Tellers for the Yeas:||28.|
|Alderman Allein,||With the Yeas,|
So it passed with the Negative.
Resolved, That this Report be re-committed, upon the whole Matter of this Debate; and be returned with all possible Speed.
Ordered, That the Papers, now reported from the Council of State, be returned back to the Council of State.