Journal of the House of Lords: Volume 1, 1509-1577. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1767-1830.
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DIE Martis, videlicet, 29 die Martii,
Proceres tam Spirituales quam Temporales, quorum nomina subsequuntur, presentes fuerunt:
HODIE 1a vice lecta est nova Billa, for the Maintenance and Increase of Tillage.
Bishop of Durham.
Eodem die, 2a vice lecta est Billa, for the Deprivation of the Bishop of Duresme.
Sadlers, Girdlers, etc.
Eodem die, 3a vice lecta est Billa, touching Sadlers, Girdlers, and Cordwainers, que communi omnium Procerum Assensu conclusa est.
Hodie allate sunt a Domo Communi sex Bille: quarum
Prima, For Keepers of Ale-houses and Tiplinghouses, to be bound by Recognizance.
Secunda, For the Restitution in Blood of the Heirs of Sir John Nevyll.
Manor of Meryvall. Devereux. Expedit.
Tertia, For the Assurance of the Manor of Meryvall, in the County of Warwyke, with certain other Lands, during his Life, to William Devereux.
Corporation of London. Expedit.
Quarta, For the Assurance of certain Lands, sold by the King's Majesty to the Mayor and City of London.
Regrators, Forestallers, etc.
Quinta, Against Regrators, Forestallers, and Ingrossers, with Request, that certain Words might be amended, and put in the same, and a new Proviso added also thereunto by them.
Sexta, For the Limitation of Times for buying and selling of Wools, which was passed before by the Lords, and now a new Bill devised to the same Effect by them of the Commons House.
Memorandum, That all the aforesaid Bills passed first from the Lords.
Dominus Cancellarius continuavit presens Parliamentum usque in diem prox. hora octava mane.