Friday, the 22d of April, 1659.
Grant to Cooper.
RESOLVED, &c. That the Sum of Fifty Pounds
be given and bestowed upon Mr. Cooper, the Minister, for his great Labour and Pains, in attending the
House daily, every Morning, since the first Meeting of
the Parliament, and performing the Duty of Prayers
with the House.
Resolved, &c. That a Committee be appointed, to attend
his Highness the Lord Protector, to desire his Highness
to grant his Privy-Seal, for the Payment of the Sum of
Fifty Pounds out of the Receipt of the Exchequer, to Mr.
Cooper, for his Labour and Pains in attending on this
House, and performing the Duty of Prayers with them
every Morning, since the First Meeting of the Parliament.
Mr. Godfrey, Sir Arthure Hesilrige, Sir Henry Vane,
Mr. Annesley, Mr. John Weaver, are appointed a Committee: And they, or any Two of them, are to attend his
Highness the Lord Protector, from this House, to desire
him to grant his Privy-Seal, for the Payment of the Sum
of Fifty Pounds to Mr. Cooper the Minister, accordingly.
Members not to go out.
The House taking Notice, That some of the Members
of the House went out of the House; It was
Resolved, &c. That those Gentlemen, Members of this
House, who now went out of the House; be called in
again, to give their Attendance in the House.
Resolved, &c. That none of the Members of this
House do depart out of the House, without the Leave of
Resolved, &c. That all Strangers be commanded forthwith to depart out of the Lobby, or outward Room,
before the Parliament-Door; and that none but such as
are Members of the House be suffered to come in; and
the Door of the said outward Room be kept shut.
Resolved, &c. That this House be adjourned until
Monday Morning next.
This House adjourns itself until Monday Morning
next, at Eight of the Clock.