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Confirmation of a Decree for the Copyholders of Edmonton.
vice lecta est Billa, An Act for Confirmation of a Decree, made in the Court of Exchequer
Chamber, between the King's Majesty and the Copyholders of His Majesty's Manor of Edlemoton, alias
Edmonton, in the County of Midd.; appointed to be ingrossed.
His Majesty's Answer to the Committees concerning Tenures and Wardships.
This Day the Lord Privy Seal did, in very ample and
apt Manner, report to the House, the Answer given
Yesterday by His Majesty unto the Lords Committees
that were sent to His Highness, to make known the
humble Motion and Desire of the House of the Commons,
touching the Matter of Tenures, etc. which Motion the
said Lord Privy Seal had in particular delivered and
opened to His Majesty, as was given him in Charge, by
Order of the Court, upon Saturday last. And thereupon His Majesty (strictly observing every material Point
thereof) was pleased to give His Answer, to this Effect
following: "That, although he took good Notice of
the Distinction of Time, when the Matter was first
moved, and this present; and that there are infinite
Matters as well of State, as others of Parliament,
that keep him still in Exercise; yet, in respect of the
Humility, dutiful Carriage, Discretion and Judgement
of the Lower House, shewed in this Matter, and of
the Wisdom of the Lords in moving it, and lastly,
the Season of the Year; His Majesty both had thought
on this Matter, and was pleased they should treat
thereof; and that the Lower House should have
speedy Notice of His Pleasure therein. Furthermore,
His Majesty made Mention of other Businesses in
Hand this Parliament. First, of Grievances, which
He declared Himself to be so willing effectually to
ease, as that, although He doubteth not of the good
Disposition of His Posterity, yet He is desirous to
provide that, if they should have Will, they may not
have Power again to grieve the People."
After this Report made by the Lord Privy Seal, the
Lord Chancellor put their Lordships in Mind of the
Motion of the Lower House, at the last Meeting in
Conference, touching the Matter of Supply, and of
their Desire to treat of this great Matter of Tenures;
and thereupon his Lordship moved, That some Course
might be thought on to let the Lower House know His
Majesty's Answer concerning Tenures as abovesaid.
Agreed thereunto by the Lords, and a Message sent to
the said House of Commons, by Mr. Baron Bromley,
Sir Jo. Tindale, and Dr. Amye:
Message to the Commons. Tenures and Wardships.
That the Lords have acquainted His Majesty with
their Motion and Desire to treat of the Matter of
Tenures, &c. That they have received His Majesty's
Gracious Answer thereunto, which hath been this Day
related to this House: And that their Lordships are
willing, by Committees of this House, to deliver the
same unto Committees of the Lower House, this Afternoon, at Two of the Clock, in the Painted Chamber,
if they may conveniently attend it.
That they are willing to give their Lordships Meeting, at the Time and Place appointed.
Dominus Cancellarius continuavit præsens Parliamentum usque in diem crastinum, videlicet, 13m Martii, hora