Journal of the House of Commons: Volume 8, 1660-1667. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1802.
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Martis, 17 die Maii, 16° Car. IIdi.
THE House then resumed the Debate upon the Proviso, sent from the Lords, against Quakers, and other Sectaries.
And, having considered the former Precedents, that Bills have been amended, after they had passed both Houses; and fully debated the Matter;
The Question being put, That the Proviso, sent from the Lords, against Quakers, and other Sectaries, be read;
It was resolved in the Affirmative.
And the Proviso was read the First time.
The Proviso and Amendments, agreed to by both Houses, were read the Second time.
The Amendments, agreed to by both Houses, were again read.
Resolved, That the Amendments be affixed, and added to the Proviso.
Which was done accordingly.
And the Proviso, with the Amendments, were read the Third time.
Resolved, &c. That this House is satisfied, That this Proviso, with the Amendments, is a true Transcript of the Proviso and Amendments agreed by both Houses.
Resolved, That this Proviso, with the Amendments, be made Part of the Bill against Conventicles.
Conference with Lords.
Ordered, That a free Conference be desired with the Lords, upon the Subject Matter of the last free Conference upon the Proviso against Quakers, and other Sectaries.
Sir Job Charleton reports from the free Conference, That the Lords had fully concurred with this House, in the Matter of the Proviso and Amendments to the Bill against Conventicles.
Message to attend the King.
A Message from the Lords, by Sir John Eyton, Usher of the Black Rod;
His Majesty commands this honourable House to attend Him, presently, in His House of Peers.
And, accordingly, Mr. Speaker, with the House, went up to the Lords, to attend his Majesty: Who was pleased to prorogue the Parliament to the Twentieth Day of August next ensuing.