DIE Sabbati, videlicet, 10 die Junii,
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Absent Lords excused.
|EARL of Leicestre,
Earl of Exceter,
Lord Viscount Maunsfeild,
D. of Bucks requests that the Commons may have a Copy of his Answer and that he may have Leave to add to it.
The Duke of Buckingham desired the Lords, that,
sith the Commons had sent for a Copy of his Answer
unto their Charge against his Grace, their Lordships
would be pleased to recommend unto them his humble
Desire unto their Lordships, for the expediting of their
Replication unto the same. And he first moved the
House, That he might first add somewhat unto his Answer, touching the Business of Rochell.
Withdraws from the House till his Cause is determined.
And whereas he is accused by a Member of this
House (meaning the Earl of Bristol) of Matters of
high Nature; he said, he would forbear to fit here
until his Cause be heard and determined; which his
Grace desired their Lordships to expedite; and so he
Report from the Committee that the Commons may reply.
The Lord Treasurer reported, That the Committee
for the Commons met Yesterday in the Afternoon;
and found, by many Precedents, to be the usual Course
for the Commons to reply unto their Accusation; and
that they ought to have a Copy of the Duke's Answer;
and that the Commons may send up their Proofs and
Witnesses to be examined here.
D. of Bucks adds to his Answer. It is sent to the Commons.
Whereupon the Duke's Answer was delivered unto
his Counsel, who made an Addition in the Margin
unto the Charge of the Business of Rochell, as the
Duke had desired; which being read in the House,
the Copy of the said Answer, with the said Addition
also thereunto added, was sent to the Commons, by
Mr. Baron Trevor, and
Sir Peter Mutton.
With this Message: That it is the Duke's humble
Desire unto their Lordships, and their Lordships recommend the same unto them, that the Commons Reply may
come up with the soonest.
Committee for Safety and Defence of the Realm.
Upon the Lord Conwayes Motion, the Lords Committees for Defence of the Realm, etc. are to meet on
Monday next, in the Morning; and all the Lords Lieutenants of the Shires, and all the Lords of the Council
of War, are added to the said Committee.
E. of Bristol Petitions for Witnesses to be examined for him.
The Earl of Bristol exhibited his Petition, that
these underwritten might be ordered to appear before their Lordships, to be examined for his Defence:
|Sir Walter Ashton.
|Sir Robert Mansfeild.
||Mr. Dr. Maude,
||His Majesty's Chaplains.|
|Sir Francis Cottington.
||Mr. Dr. Wren,|
|Sir Kenelme Digby.
|Sir Toby Mathewe.
||Mr. George Gage.|
||Mr. William Cauley.||
And it was Agreed, That the Clerk should make
an Order for all those to appear, who are not of the
House of Commons; and the Earl to request those, as
of himself, to come to be examined; which if they
shall refuse, then this House to send to the Commons
that they may come.
King's Counsel to be instructed by the E. of Bristol concerning his Charge against the Duke of Bucks.
It was this Day also Ordered, The Earl of Bristol,
with Mr. Maxwell, to have Leave to go to the King's
Counsel, at such fitting Place as they shall agree on,
to inform them against the Duke of Buckingham; and,
if the Earl be sick, then one or more of the King's
Counsel to resort to him, and to receive his Informations, and to acquaint the rest therewith; and the
King's Counsel are required to appoint an indifferent
Place for the said Meeting, and give the said Earl Notice thereof.
Lady Purbeck's Privilege. May's Arrest.
It was this Day Ordered, upon the Petition of
Phillipp May, Servant to the Lady Purbeck, That those
who arrested him contrary to the Privilege of Parliament shall be brought before their Lordships, to answer their Contempt.
And Memorandum, That Richard Ellwicke (the Lady
Purbeckes Servant) informed, that John Bill,
Taylor, Nicholas Weekes, and Peter Browne, caused the
said Arrest, who were sent for accordingly.
L. Colchester's Privilege. Gray's Arrest.
The Under-Sheriff of Essex (Robert Samon), and
Nine others were this Day brought to the Bar, by an
Order of the 24th of May last, upon the Complaint of
Thomas Gray, Servant to the Right Honourable the
Lord Viscount Colchester, to answer their Contempt,
for the attaching of the Goods of the said Thomas Gray,
upon an Execution. And the said Thomas Gray, being
there present, affirmed, that he was not the Servant
to the Lord Viscount Colchester.
The Lords taking due Consideration of the said Cause;
it was Ordered, The said Under-Sheriff and Nine
others to be absolutely discharged of any further Attendance; and the said Serjeant at Arms to keep the
said Thomas Gray in his Custody, until he hath paid
them all their Charges, and discharged all Fees; the
which are to be taxed moderately by Sir Charles Cæsar
and Sir Robert Rich.
Committees to meet. Privileges, &c.
The Committee and Sub-committee for Privileges,
etc. are to observe their former Days appointed to meet
The Committee on the Bill for Salt-petre are to meet
on Monday next, at Eight.
Dyed and Dressed Cloths.
The Committee on the Bill concerning Dyed Cloths,
etc. on the same Day, at Two, in the Painted Chamber.
Maintenance of the Ministry.
The Committee on the Bill for better Maintenance
of Ministers are to meet on Wednesday next, at Two,
in the Painted Chamber.
The Committee on the Bill concerning Citations the
same Day, at Three.
Certain Clergymen not to be Justices of the Peace.
The Committee concerning Clergymen not to be
Justices of the Peace, etc. on Thursday next, at Two,
in the Painted Chamber.
L. Gerrard's Bill.
The Committee for the Lord Gerrard's Bill on Friday
next, at Two, in the Painted Chamber.
Dominus Custos Magni Sigilli declaravit præsens Parliamentum continuandum esse usque in diem Lunæ proximum, videlicet, 12m diem instantis Junii, hora octava,
Dominis sic decernentibus.