DIE Veneris, 29 die Junii.
PRAYERS, by Mr. Hodges.
Domini præsentes fuerunt:
1 Marq. Winton.
2 Marq. Worcester.
3 Marq. Dorchester.
4 L. Great Chamberlain.
5 L. Chamberlain of the Household.
6 Comes Northumb.
8 Comes Derby.
13 Comes Nottingham.
14 Comes Suffolke.
15 Comes Dorsett.
18 Comes Bridgwater.
16 Comes Sarum.
32 Comes Carnarvan.
22 Comes Denbigh.
17 Comes Exon.
25 Comes Bollingbrooke.
28 Comes Monmouth.
26 Comes Westm'land.
24 Comes Clare.
41 Viscount Stafford.
31 Comes Winchilsea.
36 Comes Scarsdale.
29 Comes Dover.
33 Comes Newport.
39 Viscount Conway.
19 Comes North'ton.
37 Comes St. Albans.
40 Viscount Campden.
42 Viscount Fauconbridge.
11 Comes Pembrooke.
20 Comes Warwicke.
7 Comes Shrewsbury.
21 Comes Devon.
23 Comes Bristoll.
30 Comes Stamford.
12 Comes Lyncolnc.
37 Viscount Mountagu.
34 Comes Portland.
10 Comes Bedford.
9 Comes South'ton.
27 Comes Berks.
38 Viscount Say & Seale.
35 Comes Norwich.
|2 Ds. De la Warr.
3 Ds. Stourton.
9 Ds. Chandos.
15 Ds. Robertes.
22 Ds. Fynch.
25 Ds. Loughborough.
10 Ds. Hunsdon.
1 Ds. Abergaveny.
20 Ds. Mohun.
31 Ds. Lucas.
16 Ds. Craven.
32 Ds. Bellasis.
34 Ds. Langdale.
26 Ds. Byron.
21 Ds. Herbert.
28 Ds. Widdrington.
5 Ds. Wentworth.
17 Ds. Pawlett.
30 Ds. Astley.
24 Ds. Leigh.
19 Ds. Howard.
33 Ds. Lexington.
11 Ds. Gerrard.
27 Ds. Vaughan.
13 Ds. Mountagu.
29 Ds. Warde.
18 Ds. Coventrye.
23 Ds. Newport.
12 Ds. Arrundell.
18 Ds. Willoughby.
14 Ds. Grey.
6 Ds. Crumwell.
7 Ds. Wharton.
4 Ds. Windsor.
Message from H. C. with Votes about the Queen's Lands.
A Message was brought from the House of Commons, by Denzell Holles Esquire; who brought up divers Votes concerning the Queen's Lands.
(Here enter it.)
Read, and Agreed to.
The Answer returned was:
That this House concurs in all the Votes now brought
St. John. versus Burton.
Upon reading the Petition of John St. John, &c.
It is ORDERED, To be referred to the Consideration
of the Committee for Petitions, to hear all Parties
therein concerned, and report to this House.
Dutch. of Hamilton's Petition, about the Death of her Husband.
Upon reading the Petition of Anne Dutchess of
Hamilton, concerning the Death of her Husband James
It is ORDERED, To be referred to the Consideration
of the Committee of Privileges, to send for such Persons as they think fit, and report the same to this
Carr versus Carr.
Upon reading the Petition of Sir Robert Carr and
Dame Mary his Wife, against Robert Carr their Eldest Son:
It is ORDERED, To be referred to the Committee
for Petitions, to hear all Parties therein concerned, and
report the same to this House.
Sir W. Huddleston's Petition.
Upon reading the Petition of Sir Will. Huddleston:
It is ORDERED, To be referred to the Committee for
Petitions, to hear all Parties concerned, and report to
Baker released, on submitting to L. Craven's Order.
Upon reading the Petition of Edw. Baker, submitting himself to the Order of this House concerning the
It is ORDERED, That he shall be released from his
present Restraint he lies under by this House.
Jarvis, for treasonable Words.
Upon Report of the Earl of Pembrooke from the
Committee for Petitions, and reading an Information
of Nathaniell Reading, charging William Jarvais of
speaking treasonable Words against His Majesty:
It is ORDERED, That this Business be recommended
to the next Justices of Peace, to examine thoroughly
the whole Business, and proceed against the said William
Jarvais according to Law: And the Sheriff of the
County is to assist the said Justices, to prevent all Riots
and Commotions, and the securing the Person of the
Upon reading the Petition of John Woode:
It is ORDERED, To be referred to the due Course of
E. of Derby's Order.
ORDERED, That the Earl of Derby shall have the like
Order of this House, for recovering of his Goods, &c.
that have been taken from him, as the Marquis of
Preacher at the Thanks giving thanked.
ORDERED, That Mr. Hodges have the Thanks of
this House given him, for preaching Yesterday before
the Lords, in the Abbey, at the Day of Thanksgiving;
and is desired to print his said Sermon.
Votes for restoring the Queen to the Possession of her Lands, &c.
"Resolved, by the Lords and Commons in Parliament assembled,
"That the Queen's Majesty be forthwith restored
to the Possession of the several Houses, Manors, and
Lands after mentioned, they being Parcels of Her
Majesty's Jointure, and purchased by Persons whose
Estates are liable to Forfeiture; that is to say,
|Manor of Amptbill,
||purchased by Colonel John Okey.
|Manor of Millbrook,
|Manor of Crowland, Part of the Manor of Spalding,
|The Manor of Somersham, with the Park and Chace,
||purchased by Valentine Walton.
Non-such House and Park, with the Materials,
||Major General Lambert.
|Manor of Richmond, with the House and Materials there,
purchased by Sir Gregcry Norton.
Non-such Great Park, and Materials there,
||purchased by Colonel Tho. Pride.
Manor of West Walton,
||purchased by Edward Whalley,
Manor of Old Court,
||purchased by Robert Titchborne.
Parcel of the Manor of Westham,
||purchased by Humphrey Edwards.
Honour and Manor of Eye,
||purchased by Edward Dendy.
||purchased by John Blackwell."
"Resolved, by the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament,
"That the Queen's Majesty be likewise restored to the
Possession of Somersett House and Greenwich, which are
"That what Monies, for Rent, or any other Payment, due out of the aforesaid Lands, do now remain in the Hands of the Tenant, or of any other Person that hath received such Monies to the Purchasers
Use, being not paid over to the Purchasers, the Tenant, or such other as hath received it, shall pay it
unto such Person as shall be appointed to receive it,
for Her Majesty's Use."
Order for the E. of Derby to have Leave to search for his Goods, &c. taken away during the late Troubles.
Upon Information given this Day to the House,
That Mr. Holt, of The Bridge, in the County of
Lancaster, and others, in and about Boulton, in the said
County, do detain divers Goods, Household Stuff,
Writings, and Plate, belonging to the Earl of Derby,
which were taken from Latham House, and other
Places belonging to the said Earl, since these unhappy Times:"
It is ORDERED, That the said Earl of Derby shall
have Liberty, by his Servants and Agents, to make
diligent Search, for any of his said Goods aforementioned, in the Dwelling-house or other Places belonging
to the said Mr. Holte, and elsewhere: And, that the said
Goods may be the better discovered and found out, it
is further ORDERED, That the said Parties thus employed (upon Resistance made) may break open, in the
Day-time, with a lawful Officer, any Door, Trunk,
Chest, or Box, that shall not be opened in Obedience
to this Order; and such Goods of the said Earl as shall
be thus found, to take, bear, and carry away, for his
Lordship's Use; any Thing to the contrary in any Wise
Order for Jarvis to be examined, concerning treasonable Words, &c.
Upon Report made this Day to the House, "That
treasonable Words were spoken against His Majesty,
by Wm. Jarvis, of Belton, in the County of Lyncolne;
and that others of the said Town, mentioned in Affidavits annexed to a Petition exhibited to the Lords
in Parliament, spake contemptuous Words against
the King, the Lords, and the Laws of this Kingdom:"
It is ORDERED, &c. That the whole Business abovementioned, with the Contents of the Petition, be, and is
hereby, referred to the next Justices of Peace, to examine and consider thereof, and to proceed therein according to Law: And it is further ORDERED, That the
Sheriff of the said County of Lyncolne, and other the
King's lawful Ministers and Officers, shall from Time
to Time be aiding and assisting, for the due Execution
of this Order, and securing of the aforesaid Persons, as
Occasion shall require: And all whom it doth or may
concern are to yield their Obedience hereunto, as they
will answer the contrary at their Perils.
House adjourned till 10a cras.