House of Lords Journal Volume 10: 18 April 1648

Journal of the House of Lords: Volume 10, 1648-1649. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1767-1830.

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DIE Martis, 18 Aprilis.

PRAYERS, by Mr. Ashe.

Comes Manchest'r, Speaker.

Comes Salisbury.
Comes Warwici.
Comes Mulgrave.
Comes Pembr.
Comes Kanc.
Ds. North.
Ds. Mountagu.
Ds. Howard de Escr.
Ds. Wharton.
Ds. Grey de Werk.

Bland and Fowke, concerning the Receivership of York.

The Report was made by the Judges, in the Cause between Blands and Fooke, concerning the Receivership of Yorkshire.

They were of Opinion, "That the Forfeiture of One Patentee may be the Forfeiture of th'other's Right; notwithstanding the Word in the Patent runs. "That they shall execute the said Office conjunctim & divisim;" and particularly that they were both to put in Security before Execution thereof; and they find that only the Elder Brother did put in Security, and so conceive that the other Brother hath forfeited his Right therein for Want thereof."

Ordered, That the Committee of the Revenue shall give Direction, that a legal Course be taken, whereby it may appear whether John Bland hath forfeited his Right to the Receivership of Yorkshire or not; and that, in the mean Time, the Committee do take Course for the Revenues to be received for the Use of the State.

Edmonds and Baker, in Error.

The Writ of Error between Edmonds and Baker was called in, and heard of One Side only.

It was Ordered, That the said Cause shall be argued on both Sides, on the 19th of May next; and Warning be given on the other Side to attend the same.

Eyre and Benson, D°.

Another Writ of Error heard, between Eyre and Benson.

Another Error heard, between Eyre (fn. 1) and Browne.

And Ordered, upon the Hearing of both the said Causes, That the same shall be further heard on the 19th of May next again.

Sir Ol. Luke and Edbrook.

The Cause between Sir Oliver Luke & al. and Rob't Edbrooke & al. is further heard.

And because the Plaintiffs did not prove the Contempt; it is Ordered, That Doctor Benet and Mr. Eltonhead shall examine what Charges the poor Men have been at, and shall tax Costs for them accordingly; and to report the same unto this House.

Paper from Sir J. Gayer.

A Paper brought in, from the Lieutenant of The Tower, which he received from Sir John Gayer, a Prisoner there, wherein he questions the Jurisdiction of this House.

Ordered, That the Lieutenant of The Tower shall bring the said Sir John Gayer To-morrow, according to his former Order.

Sir J. Maynard's Fine to be estreated.

Ordered, That the Fine of Sir John Maynard shall be forthwith estreated into the Exchequer.

Message from the H. C. about Steel's Ordinance;- the Impeachment against the Aldermen, &c.;-and with an Ordinance.

A Message from the House of Commons, brought up by Mr. Lisle and others:

1. To put this House in Mind to pass the Ordinance formerly brought up, for making Mr. Steele Recorder of London.

2. That the Charges and Impeachments against the Aldermen and Judge Jenkins may be proceeded in.

3. An Ordinance for taking off the Sequestration of Sir Oliver Cromwell. (Here enter it.)

Agreed unto.

This House gave Answer:


For the Two First Parts of this Message, they will take into Consideration, and send Answer by Messengers of their own.

Votes for Steel to be Recorder of Lond.

Ordered, That concerning the Recorder of London, the former Order shall be brought into the House; and Consideration shall then be taken thereof.

Order for Sir O. Cromwell's Sequestration to be taken off.

"Ordered, by the Lords and Commons in Parliament assembled, That the Sequestration of the Estate Real and Personal of Sir Oliver Cromwell, of Ramsey Moore, in the County of Huntingdon, Knight of the Bath, be forthwith, and is hereby, discharged and taken off; and all Committees, Solicitors of Sequestrations, and all other Persons whom it doth or may concern, are hereby required and enjoined to take Notice of this Order, and to comply therewith, and yield ready and full Obedience thereunto."


Adjourned till 10 o'Clock To-morrow.


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