House of Commons Journal Volume 8
13 July 1661

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'House of Commons Journal Volume 8: 13 July 1661', Journal of the House of Commons: volume 8: 1660-1667 (1802), pp. 300-301. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=26387 Date accessed: 21 October 2014.


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Sabbati, 13 Julii, 13° Car. Regis.

Prayers.

Sick and wounded.

A BILL for the satisfying and paying the Debts due to the Inhabitants of the Town and Port of Dover, Sandwich, and Deale, a Member thereof, which they claim for Quarters and Cures of sick and wounded Seamen and Soldiers, was this Day read the First time.

Resolved, That the same be read again, the Second time, on Monday next.

Privilege-a Person discharged.

Ordered, That Sampson Bond, being in the Custody of the Serjeant at Arms, for his Breach of Privilege in delivering a Certiorari to Mr. Pendarvis, one of the Members of this House, be enlarged of his Imprisonment, paying his Fees.

Brokers.

A Bill for Confirmation of the Office of Register of Sales and Pawns made to retailing Brokers in London and Westminster, and Places adjacent, was this Day read the First time.

Resolved, That this Bill be read again, the Second time, on Monday next.

Privilege-a Person discharged.

Ordered, That Thomas Taylor, being in the Custody of the Serjeant at Arms, for his Breach of Privilege in arresting a Servant of Sir Robert Barnham, one of the Members of this House, (to whom he made his Submission) be enlarged of his Imprisonment, paying his Fees.

Carriages for the King.

A Bill for providing necessary Carriages for his Majesty in his Royal Progress, and in his Removals, being ingrossed, was this Day read the Third time.

Resolved, upon the Question, That the said Bill do pass.

Resolved, That the Title of the said Bill, shall be, A Bill for providing necessary Carriages for his Majesty in his Royal Progress, and in his Removals.

And Mr. Edward Seymour is to carry up the said Bill to the Lords.

High Commission Court.

A Bill for Explanation of a Clause contained in an Act of Parliament made in the Seventeenth Year of the late King Charles, intituled, An Act for Repeal of a Branch of a Statute of the First of Elizabeth, concerning Commissioners for Causes Ecclesiastical, being ingrossed, was this Day read the Third time.

And the Preamble of the said Bill being amended at the Clerk's Table, the same was twice read; and, upon the Question, agreed upon.

And a Proviso being tendered to be added to the said Bill, the same was, upon the Question, laid aside.

Resolved, That the said Bill, so amended, do pass.

Resolved, That the Title of the said Bill shall be, An Act of Explanation of a Clause contained in an Act of Parliament made in the Seventeenth Year of the late King Charles, intituled, An Act for Repeal of a Branch of a Statute 1. of Elizabeth, concerning Commissioners for Causes Ecclesiastical.

And Sir Phillip Warwick is to carry up the said Bill to the Lords.

Publick Monies.

A Bill for declaring, vesting, and settling of all such Monies, Goods, and other Things, in his Majesty, which were received, levied, or collected, in these late Times, and are remaining in the Hands or Possession of any Treasurers, Receivers, Collectors, or others, and not pardoned by the Act of Oblivion, being ingrossed, was this Day read the Third time.

Resolved, That the said Bill do pass.

Resolved, That the Word "declaring" be inserted before the Word "vesting," in the Beginning of the Title; and that these Words; "and not pardoned by the Act of Oblivion," be inserted after the Word "others," in the End of the Title:

And that the Title of the said Bill shall be, An Act for declaring, vesting, and settling of all such Monies, Goods, and other Things, in his Majesty, which were received, levied, or collected, in these late Times, and are remaining in the Hands or Possession of any Treasurers, Receivers, Collectors, or others, and not pardoned by the Act of Oblivion.

And Sir Phillip Warwick is to carry up the said Bill to the Lords.

Thynne's Estate.

A Bill for settling the Manor and Lands of Kemisford in Sir Henry Fredericke Thynne, and the Heirs of his Body, and the Manor of Buckland, and divers other Manors and Lands, in him, and the Heirs Males of his Body, being ingrossed, was this Day read the Third time.

Resolved, upon the Question, That the said Bill do pass.

Resolved, That the Title of the said Bill shall be, An Act for settling the Manor and Lands of Kemisford in Sir Henry Frederick Thinn, and the Heirs of his Body, and the Manor of Buckland, and divers other Manors and Lands, in him, and the Heirs Males of his Body.

Restoring Advowsons, &c.

A Bill for the restoring all such Advowsons, Rectories Impropriate, Glebe Lands, and Tythes, to his Majesty's loyal Subjects, as were taken from them, and making void certain Charges imposed on them upon their Compositions for Delinquency by the late usurped Powers, being ingrossed, was this Day read the Third time.

Resolved, That the said Bill do pass.

Resolved, That the Title of the said Bill shall be, A Bill for the restoring all such Advowsons, Rectories Inpropriate, Glebe Lands, and Tythes, to his Majesty's loyal Subjects, as were taken from them, and making void certain Charges imposed on them upon their Compositions for Delinquency by the late usurped Powers.

And Mr. Edward Seymour is to carry up the said Bill to the Lords.

Deer-killing.

A Bill to prevent the unlawful Coursing, Hurting, or Killing of Deer, being ingrossed, was this Day read the Third time.

A Proviso was brought in, and tendered to be added to the said Bill.

Resolved, That the Subject Matter of this Debate be adjourned till Monday Morning: And Mr. Mountague, Sir Thomas Fanshaw, Colonel Leg, Serjeant Charleton, Sir Robert Atkins, Mr. Vaughan, Sir Benjamin Ayloff, and Mr. Bunkley, are to prepare a Proviso agreeable to the Sense of the House, upon this Debate.

Brudenell's, &c. Nat.

Ordered, That the Bill, sent from the Lords, for the Naturalization of Mr. Brudcnell, and the Countess of Shrewsbury his Sister, be read on Monday Morning next.

Privilege- a Person discharged.

Ordered, That the Mayor of Camelford, being in the Custody of the Serjeant at Arms attending this House, for not bringing in Writings to the Committee of Privileges and Elections, be, upon his Conformity, discharged from his Imprisonment, paying his Fees.

Publick Revenue.

And then the House resolved into a Grand Committee, to take into Debate the Advance and Increase of his Majesty's Revenue; according to the Order, which was Yesterday made.

Mr. Speaker left the Chair: And

Sir Robert Atkins took the Chair: And, after much Debate thereupon had,

Mr. Speaker again took the Chair: And

Sir Robert Atkins made Report, That the Committee of the whole House, after long and serious Debate, had made these Resolves:

That the Way of advancing his Majesty's Revenue be, by a general Charge upon all Beer and Ale:

That this additional Charge upon all Beer and Ale shall be levied by way of Poll: And

That it was the Desire of the said Committee, that this House might again resolve into a Grand Committee, on Monday next, at Nine of the Clock, to settle the Proportions.

Whereupon it was resolved, That this House shall adjourn itself into a Grand Committee, on Monday next, at Nine of the Clock, to settle the said Proportions.

Leave of Absence.

Ordered, That Mr. Thomas Carew, one of the Members of this House, have the Leave of this House to go into the Country.

Privilege.

This House being informed, that one John Browne had scandalously affirmed of Mr. Phillips, one of the Members of this House, that none but Knaves and Rogues chose him; and that he was born a Rogue; and would die one;

Ordered, That the Serjeant at Arms attending this House, or his Deputy, do apprehend the said John Browne, and bring him up in Custody to the Bar of this House, to answer his said Misdemeanor.

Abergavenny's Estate.

Ordered, That the Committee to whom the Lord Abergavenny's Bill is committed do make their Report on Monday Morning next.

And then the House adjourned till Seven of the Clock, on Monday Morning.