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Gold and Silver Thread.
THE Lord Chancellor declared to the Lords, That
the Deputy Clerk of the Crown, and the Clerk of
the Parliament, with such others as this House thought
fit to allow of, had, according to their Lordships Direction, made Search in the several Houses of Sir Gyles
Mompesson, Sir Francis Michell, and in the House called
or used as an Office for Exercise and Execution of the
Letters Patent concerning Gold and Silver Thread,
&c. being in Woodstreet, also at the House of;
and that, in such Search, the said Clerks, and other
Persons so accompanying them as aforesaid, had found
and brought away divers Books and Writings, concerning such Matters wherewith the said Sir Gyles
Mompesson standeth charged; which they had sealed up,
according to the Direction of the House in that Behalf: For the disposing whereof, the Lords Ordered,
That the same, so sealed up, should be safely kept by
the Clerk of the Parliament, until, upon Motion from
the Lower House, their Lordships should be pleased
to give further Direction, for Delivery over of the
same unto such Persons, Members of that House, as
by the Commons shall be assigned to receive the said
Books and Papers, to be by them used for the better
Manifestation of the Truth, in such Matters wherewith
the said Sir Gyles Mompesson standeth charged as aforesaid.
Naturalization of Sir Francis Stewerd, &c.
And of Salisburie, &c.
The Bill for Naturalizing of Sir Francis Stewerd,
Knight, Walter Stewart, James Maxwell, and William
Carr; and the Bill for Naturalizing of Abraham Salisburie and Elizabeth Salisburie, Son and Daughter of
Peirce Salisburie, Englishman, and Citizen and Merchant Taylor of London, David Kirke, Lewis Kirke,
Thomas Kirke, John Kirke, James Kirke, Peter Kirke,
Katherine Kirke, and Marie Kirke, Children of Jervis
Kirke, Englishman, and Citizen and Mercer of London,
were sent to the Lower House, by Mr. Serjeant Hitcham and Sir William Bird.
Manor of Cunnock, &c.
The Bill, intituled, An Act for Confirmation of a
Decree, and certain Orders, made in the High Court
of Chancery, concerning the Fines, Customs, and
Services, of divers Copyhold and Customary Messuages,
Cottages, Lands, Tenements, and Hereditaments,
within the Manors of Cunnock, Rudgley, Longdon, and
Heywood, in the County of Staff. brought back to the
House by the Earl of Huntingdon, the first of the Committees, who signified, That the said Lords Committees
do find the same Bill in many Points defective; namely,
that divers whom it concerneth are not therein included;
also, that the Saving is short, touching the See or
Bishoprick of Conventrie, and certain other Particulars
by his Lordship then opened; for which the same
Lords Committees do think the said Bill unmeet to be
further proceeded in; but that the same do sleep; and
further, That, if any New Bill be to the same Effect
exhibited, that it fall into the Consideration of the
Judges; whereunto the House did also agree, and accordingly gave Order.
The Lord Admiral moved, That, forasmuch as
the Education of Youth, especially of Quality and
Worth, is a matter of high Consequence, that therefore
to provide that such Persons, in their tender Years, do
not spend their Time fruitlessly about this Town or
elsewhere; his Lordship wished, that some fit and good
Course might be taken for Erection and Maintenance of
an Academy, for the breeding and bringing up of the
Nobility and Gentry of this Kingdom, in their younger
and tender Age, and for a free and voluntary Contribution, from Persons of Honour and Quality, for
The Motion was generally liked, and much commended; and thereupon many grave and judicious
Speeches used by sundry Lords, touching material
Points considerable in the Undertaking and perfect
Accomplishment of this Honourable Project; namely,
concerning the Place, where such Academy shall be
seated and erected; likewise, what Qualities, Arts,
Sciences, and Exercises, shall there be taught and
practised; also, upon what Person Necessity to be there
brought up shall be imposed, they how to be maintained, and to what kind of Young Gentlemen Freedom
shall be left to resort or live there as they shall please;
with other Circumstances.
That the Matters and Points aforesaid might with
more Conveniency be opened and discussed, the Court,
by general Consent, was adjourned, during the Pleasure
of the Lords.
The Messengers sent from hence to the Lower
House returned, and certified the Lords, that they had
delivered the Bills as aforesaid committed unto them;
and that the Commons had a Purpose to send to their
Lordships; whereupon the Messengers of the Lower
House, staying at the Door of this House, were called
in; of whom Sir Thomas Edmondes, being the first,
delivered from that House Three Bills: videlicet,
1. An Act for punishing of divers Abuses committed
on the Sabbath Day, called Sunday.
2. An Act for reviving and making perpetual one Act,
made in the Thirty-Ninth Year of the Reign of the
late Queen Elizabeth, intituled, An Act for erecting
of the Hospitals, and Abiding and Working Houses,
for the Poor.
3. The Bill, intituled, An Act to prevent and punish
the Abuses, in procuring Process and Supersedeas for
the Peace, and good Behaviour, &c.
Message from the House of Commons.
And further delivered from that House, That
whereas, upon former Message to your Lordships,
for Conference, touching certain Grievances, principally concerning Sir Gyles Mompesson, this House,
yielding thereunto, assigned this present Monday thereunto, provisionally, if the House of Commons should
then be sufficiently provided for the Business; now,
from the Lower House, he did, by their Direction,
acquaint your Lordships, that the House of Commons
cannot be prepared for the Business before Thursday
in the Afternoon; leaving it to their Lordships to
appoint that Day, or any other Time, for such Conference; whereupon it was Agreed, The same to be on
Thursday in the Afternoon, at Two of the Clock, in
the Painted Chamber; and the whole House to be a
Committee for the Academy.
A Committee, appointed to take Consideration of the
Academy beforementioned: videlicet,
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|Lord Chief Justice,|
Mr. Attorney General,
|To attend the Lords.
To meet on Friday, at Two of the Clock in the
Afternoon, in the Council Chamber.
Dominus Cancellarius declaravit præsens Parliamentum continuandum esse usque in crastinum, videlicet,
diem Martis, 6m diem Martii, hora 9a, Dominis sic