DIE Sabbati, videlicet, 24 die Maii,
Spirituales quam Temporales, quorum nomina subscribuntur, præsentes fuerunt:
Epus. Co. et Lich.
Epus. Bath. et W.
|Ds. Coventrey, Ds. Custos Mag. Sigilli.
Comes Marleborough, Mag. Thesaurarius Angliæ.
Comes Manchester, Præs. Concilii Domini Regis.
Dux Buckingham, Mag. Admirall. Angliæ.
Comes Lindsey, Mag. Camerar. Angliæ.
Comes Arundell et Surr. Comes Mares. Angliæ.
Comes Pembroc, Senescallus Hospitii.
Comes Mountgomery, Camerar. Hospitii.
Vicecomes Say et Seale.
Ds. Morley et M.
Ds. St. John de Bas.
Ds. Stanhope de H.
Ds. Stanhope de Sh.
Witnesses in Conningsby's Cale.
JURATI in causa Tho. Connisby:
Arthur Turnor, Esq;
The Earl of Westmerland reported the Bill concerning
Apparel fit to pass, with some few Amendments; which
were read 1a et 2a
vice, allowed of, and Ordered to be
Raleigh's Restitution in Blood.
The Lord President reported the Bill for Restitution
of Carewe Raleigh fit to pass, with some Amendments.
Read 1a et 2a
vice, and the Bill to be ingrossed accordingly.
E. Huntingdon versus Sir Henry Sherley.
The Lord President reported the Scandal raised by
Sir Henry Sherly upon the Earl of Huntingdon, for
which the said Earl complained by his Petition, and the
Lords Committees for Petitions had heard them both,
with their Counsel, and many Witnesses to prove the
The Earl of Exceter being present, and required, did
testify Part of the Scandal to be true in his Knowledge; for,
when the Commissioners for the late Loans met at the Hall
in Leicester, Sir Henry Sherley desired them first to hear the
Oppressions of the Country by the Earl of Huntingdon;
and the said Sir Henry then affirmed openly, That the
said Earl had oppressed the Country, by levying of
Eleven Hundred Pounds, or more, under Colour of His
Many other Words of Asperity and Scandal were reported also by the Lord President to be spoken by the
said Sir Henry Sherley against the said Earl, and many
of them proved by Witnesses.
These being reported; the said Earl of Huntingdon
withdrew of his own Accord. After some Debate hereof,
the House intended to lay no heavier Censure on the
said Sir Henry Sherley, than such, as there might ensue
a Reconciliation between him and the said Earl.
Sir Henry Sherley sent for.
It was Ordered, The said Sir Henry Sherley to be
here at the Bar, to give the Earl of Huntingdon Satisfaction; and to be recorded here, that the House hath
given the Earl of Huntingdon sufficient Satisfaction for
his Reparation in Honour; and the Judges of that Circuit to have a Transcript thereof, and to cause it to be
read openly at the next Assizes, unless the Earl of
Huntingdon shall be contented to have the same forborne.
The Earl Marshal is appointed to set down in Writing
the Manner of this Satisfaction.
Message from the Commons, by
Sir Thomas Edmonds and others:
Message from the Commons, for Conference.
That the Commons desire a Conference, between the
Committees of both Houses, at such Time and Place as
their Lordships shall appoint.
The Lord have appointed it to be in the Painted
The House was adjourned ad Libitum, and resumed
again at the Return of their Lordships from this Conference, which was reported by the Lord Keeper, to
Conference touching the Petition of Right reported.
"That the Commons denied to treat of Accommodation by a Committee, as was propounded by their
Lordships; for which they gave Three Reasons."
"1. That the Business is of Great Weights, as appears by the long Deliberation thereof, both in their
House and here; and their Strength consists in their
whole Body, as a Sheaf of Arrows."
"2. Their House is confident, that the Petition,
rightly taken, needeth no Accommodation."
"3 Their great Desire to give Satisfaction to His
Majesty and to His Pressing Occasions with all possible
Speed; which will be deferred by this Treaty of
"Wherefore they desired their Lordships to consider
of it, and to be pleased to consider of the Clearness
of their Petition."
His Lordship further reported, "That the Lords
came but with Ears; their Lordships would return to
their House; and, if their Debate were long, they
would send them Word."
After some Time spent in Debate hereof, a Message
was sent to the Commons, by Mr. Serjeant Crewe and
Mr. Attorney General:
That the Lords have fallen into Debate of this great
Business, which will take up long Time, so that they
shall not need to expect to hear from their Lordships.
The House was put into a Committee, for the more
Free Debate of this Business.
Resumed again, and the Accommodation thereof referred to the former Committee; who withdrew, and
concluded of nothing.
Dominus Custos Magni Sigilli declaravit præsens Parliamentum continuandum esse usque in diem Lunæ proximum, videlicet, vicesimum sextum diem inscantis Maii,
hora 9a, Dominis sic decernentibus.