28th February 1624

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28th February 1624

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SATURDAY, 28 FEBRUARY 1624

I. DIARY OF JOHN HOLLES, BL, HARL. MS 6,383

[f. 86v]

[28 February 1624]

On Saturday the 28th of February, the House did not sit to be the better prepared to receive the next morning at St. Margaret's in Westminster, Dr. [Isaac] Bargrave preaching upon this text, Psalm 26: I will wash my hands in innocence and so will I go to your altar.

Every man, under his own hand, gave a ticket of his name and the place he served for, 6 [sic] of the House appointed to receive these papers.

II. DIARY OF SIR WILLIAM SPRING, HOUGHTON LIBRARY, HARVARD UNIVERSITY, MS ENG. 980

[f. 40]

[28 February 1624]

Saturday they sat not.

III. JOURNAL OF SIR SIMONDS D'EWES, BL, HARL. MS 159

[f. 62v]

February 28, Saturday

This day being Saturday was no sitting in the House, the day being adjudged fitting for preparation to the communion, which was also a preparation to the main business.