Mercurii, 28o Martii, 1610
WARRANT for Tewkesbury. A new Charter to be made.
L. 1. - Explanation, &c. - Highways.
L. 1. - Scandalous Ministers.
L. 1. - Decrees - Copyholders.
Mr. Humphry Mildmaye's Bill, upon Question, to be ingrossed.
L. 1. B. - Tho. Mildmay.
L. 1. - Holdich.
L. 2. - Suits against Magistrates : - King's Privy Council, King's learned Counsel, Mr. Recorder, Mr. Alford, Sir Walter Cope, Sir Sam. Sandys, Sir Herbert Crofts, Sir Edw. Sandys, Sir Edm. Bowyer, Sir Gam. Capell, Sir Tho. Lowe, Mr. Forsett, Sir Jo. Sammes, Sir H. Poole, Mr. Wentworth, Sir Wm. Bowyer, Sir Tho. Holcroft, Sir Roger Owen, Mr. Fr. Moore, Mr. Prowse, Mr. Brook, Sir Roger Aston, Sir Rob. Hitcham, Sir Roger Owen, Mr. Carveth, Mr. Lieutenant, Sir Nath. Bacon, Sir Tho. Edmonds, Mr. Serjeant Shirley, Mr. Fuller, Sir Nich. Halswell, Mr. Alford, Mr. Hare. Sir Jo. Egerton, Mr. Noy, Mr. Crewe, Mr. Yelverton, Sir Rob. Needham, Sir Nich. Saunders, Sir Geo. Carewe, Sir John Bennett, Mr. Askwith, Mr. Hakewell: - Tuesday, Chequer Chamber.
Order for presenting of Petitions and Informations, read twice in the House.
Re-committed, to be better advised, upon Question.
Report by Sir Herb. Crofts. -
Wayte examined, that arrested Sir Ja. Scudamore's Man. -
Took out his Execution, when he knew the Man was gone from hence into the Country. - Think fit to give him Pardon, paying his Fees.
A Petition from Mr. Henry Batten, late Serjeant, attendant upon the * * read; and referred to the Committee for Privileges.
L. 3. - Mynhead Harbour. -
Mr. Davyes offereth a Proviso in Parchment, which was twice read.
Mr. Bond speaketh, and informeth of the great and extraordinary Charge, and of the Commodities of that Harbour, built by Mr. Lutterell: - 5,000l. -
Sir Wm. Morrice, Mr. Peard, and Mr. James, Mr. Tate, Mr. Fuller, Sir Herbert Crofts, Sir Wm. Strowd. -
The Bill upon Question, passed.
The Proviso, upon 3. Reading, and Question, rejected.
Sir Edwyn Sandys : - Committee for Grievances. -
After the Grievances presented, to be marshalled. -
Some in Matter of Right: - In Matter of summum jus. -
One Grievance, a double Examination: - Imposition upon Newcastle Coal: An Imposition growing, and used within the Land. -
The Committee desire the Grant may be seen; and desire the Assistance and Advice of the House.
A Copy of a Grant offered by some Merchants.
The Grievance of one Stone, a Purveyor for Wood and Coal.
Mr. Serjeant to be sent for Stone, against Saturday.
Mr. Chancellor of the Exchequer to procure the Grant of the Imposition from Newcastle to the late Queen, that -
L. 2. - Parsonages appropriate: - Committee for Religion : - Saturday.