Journal of the House of Lords: Volume 11, 1660-1666. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1767-1830.
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DIE Mercurii, 27 die Aprilis.
Domini tam Spirituales quam Temporales præsentes fuerunt:
Both Houses to attend the King, P. M.
The Duke of Richmond acquainted the House, "That his Lordship and the Lord Great Chamberlain have attended the King, and signified to Him the Desires of both Houses to wait upon Him; and His Majesty hath appointed this Afternoon, at Two of the Clock, to receive both Houses, in the Banqueting House at Whitehall."
Message to H. C. about it.
A Message was sent to the House of Commons, by Sir William Childe and Sir Justinian Lewin:
To let them know, that their Lordships have received His Majesty's Pleasure for both Houses to attend Him this Afternoon, at Two of the Clock, at Whitehall, in the Banqueting House; at which Time the Lords will be there ready.
Ingoldsby Manor, Armyn's Bill.
The Earl of Bolingbrooke reported, "That the Committee appointed to consider of the Bill for the Sale of the Manor of Ingoldsby, (fn. 1) and having heard all Parties therein concerned, and received their free Consents thereunto, their Lordships, upon serious Consideration, have thought fit to make some Alterations and Amendments therein, which they offer to their Lordships Consideration."
The said Alterations and Amendments were read Twice, and Agreed to; and the Bill ordered to be engrossed, with the said Alterations and Amendments.
E. of Orrery's Bill.
ORDERED, That the Committee for the Earl of Orrorye's Bill is to meet To-morrow Morning, at Nine of the Clock.
Answer from H. C.
The Messengers sent to the House of Commons return with this Answer:
That they have delivered their Message; and the Commons will meet, at the Time and Place appointed.
Sir J. Packington and Aylesbury Inhabitants.
This House having fully heard the Counsel and Witnesses of Sir John Pakington and the Inhabitants of Alsebury, concerning the Matter contained in the Bill for vacating certain Conveyances made by Sir John Packington to Christopher Henne and others:
It is ORDERED, That these Lords following are appointed Committees, to consider of the said Bill; and it is recommended to their Lordships, to endeavour to make an Agreement and Composure of all Differences between the said Sir Jo. Pakington and the Inhabitants of the Town of Alsebury; and afterwards to make Report thereof to this House:
Their Lordships, or any Five; to meet on Friday Morning next, at Nine of the Clock, in the Prince's Lodgings; and to adjourn from Time to Time, as their Lordships shall think fit.
Lord Morley's Privilege. Cage sent for, for arresting Cage his Chaplain.
ORDERED, by the Lords Spiritual and Temporal in Parliament assembled, That Thorneton Cage, of Great Hornmeadbury, in the County of Hertford, Gentleman, is hereby summoned to appear before the Lords in Parliament on Saturday next, the Thirtieth of April Instant, to shew Cause why he hath arrested, or caused to be arrested, William Cage, a Household Chaplain of the Lord Morley, a Peer of this Realm, contrary to the Privilege of Parliament; and herein he may not fail, as he will answer the contrary to this House.
Dominus Cancellarius declaravit præsens Parliamentum continuandum esse usque in diem Jovis, videlicet, 28um diem instantis Aprilis, hora decima Aurora, Dominis sic decernentibus.