Mercurii, 20 die Novembris, 1678.
A COMPLAINT being made of a Breach of Privilege, committed against Sir Philip Monckton, a
Member of this House, in arresting and detaining Timothy
Remington his menial Servant;
Ordered, That Mr. Speaker be desired to examine the
Matter of the said Complaint; and to report the Matter
of Fact to the House.
The House being made acquainted by Sir Richard
Head, a Member of the House, of a Letter that he received from one Richard Tray an Attorney; who thereby
informs him, That Mr. John Fowle of Maidstone told
him, That he was told by Mr. William Godfrey of Boxley,
That he knew the Depth of this Plot a great while ago.
Ordered, That Mr. Tray, Mr. Fowle, and Mr. Godfrey,
be summoned to attend at the Bar of this House.
Lords concurrence desired to Address.
Resolved, &c. That the Concurrence of the Lords be
desired to the Address Yesterday agreed upon to be presented to his Majesty, That some fitting Encouragement
may be given to such as shall make a further Discovery
of the Plot: And that Sir Fr. Rolles do desire their Concurrence.
And then the House adjourned till To-morrow
Morning, Eight of the Clock.