DIE Martis, 1 die Decembris.
PRAYERS, by Mr. Arrowsmyth.
Domini præsentes fuerunt:
Comes Manchester, Speaker.
Bodvile about his Children.
Ordered, That Mr. Bodvile shall be heard on
Tuesday, concerning his Children; at which Time the
Counsel on the other Side shall be heard.
Nowell to be instituted to Lechamsted;
Ordered, That Doctor Aylett shall give Institution
and Induction to Joseph Nowell Clerk, Master of Arts,
to the Rectory of Leckhampsted, in the County of Bucks,
void by the Death of George Holme Clerk; the said Mr.
Nowell producing his Presentation thereunto under the
Hand and Seal of Harcourt Greenway the Patron; provided the said Joseph Nowell do take the Covenant:
And this with a salvo Jure cujuscunque.
and Yeowell to Ebbesham.
Ordered, That Doctor Heath shall give Institution
and Induction to Robert Yeowell Clerk, Master of Arts,
to the Vicarage of Ebbesham, in the County of Kent,
void by the Cessation and voluntary Resignation of
Samuell Scudamore Clerk, the late Incumbent; he taking
the League and Covenant; the said Yeowell producing
his Presentation thereunto under the Hand and Seal of
Edward Darcy Esquire, the Patron: And that with a salvo
Gibbons & al. and Braughton & al. about the Isle of Axholme.
The Order made Yesterday, concerning the Business
between Mr. Gibbons and Charles Braughton, &c.
And the Question being put, "Whether this Order
is entered according the Sense of the House
And it was Resolved in the Affirmative.
Then the Counsel, with Mr. Gibbons and Charles
Braughton, were called in, to be heard concerning the
Contempt of Charles Braughton, &c. to the Order of
this House, made concerning the Isle of Axolme, of the
10th December, 1645.
Ordered, That Charles Braughton, and the rest that
(fn. *) were sent for as Delinquents upon Mr. Gibbons' Complaint, shall be released.
Messengers to the H. C. not admitted.
Sir Edward Leech and Mr. Page gave the House an
Account, "That they attended Yesterday the Rising of
the House of Commons, and also this Morning; but
they cannot be admitted."
Hereupon this House Ordered, That a Conference
be had with the House of Commons; and that a Committee be appointed to view the Journal Book, and see
wherein the Privileges of this House hath been broken
by the Proceedings of the House of Commons; and
likewise to present to the House of Commons, at the said
Conference, the great Obstructions of Business by the
House of Commons not admitting the Messengers of
this House when they are sent by this House: And the
said Committee are to prepare the Matter for this Conference, and report the same to this House.
Committee to consider wherein the Privileges of this House have been broke by the H C.
The House named these Lords following Committees;
Any Three, to meet this Afternoon, at Three of
the Clock; and to have Power to adjourn themselves from Time to Time as they shall think
Message to them for a Conference on this Subject.
Sir Edward Leech and Mr. Page was sent to the House
[ (fn. †) of Commons]:
To desire a Conference To-morrow Morning, at
Eleven a Clock; and to deliver the other Particulars to
the House of Commons, which they had in Charge