DIE Mercurii, 19 Maii.
PRAYERS, by Mr. Price.
Comes Manchester, Speaker.
Vicecomes Say & Seale.
Ds. Howard de Escr.
Ds. La Warr.
New Sarum Privileges.
Ordered, That the Feoffees in Trust and Contractors for the Bishops Lands make a Certificate of the
Value of the Privileges of the City of New Sar. before
any further Proceed be in the Sale thereof.
Sir J. Thynne and Lady Catharine.
The Petition of the Lady Katherine Thinne read;
and Ordered, That she shall have Time, till the End
of this Term, to put in her Answer; but in the mean
Time she shall commit no Waste.
Trigg, in Error.
The Petition of Trigg, Doctor of Physic, read;
and granted, according to the Petition, that Mr. Solicitor shall sign a Warrant for a Writ of Error, as is desired.
Watson to be instituted to Laysdown.
Institution and Induction to be given, by Dr. Heath,
to Andrew Watson Clerk, to the Vicarage of Laysdowne,
in Com. Kent, void by the Death of the last Incumbent,
salvo Jure cujuscunque; he taking the National League
and Covenant, and producing his Presentation under the
Stapleton and Lady Boynton.
This Day being appointed to hear the Cause depending in this House, between the Lady Bointon and
Mrs. Stapilton, about a Decree in the Court of Wards;
The Counsel of Mrs. Stapilton alledged, "There was
an Abatement of the Suit, by the Death of Sir Mathew
Hereupon this House Ordered, That the Counsel on
both Sides shall attend the Judges, to state the Business;
and then the Judges, the Second Tuesday after the Term,
shall deliver their Opinions to this House, whether, as
this Case is, there is an Abatement of the Suit by the
Death of Sir Nath. Boynton, in ordinary Course of
Symonds, for refusing to deliver Windsor Lodge, &c. to the E. of Holland.
This Day Thomas Symonds was brought to the Bar,
as a Delinquent, for refusing to deliver the Possession
of the Lodge and Great Park at Windsor to the Earl of
Holland, pretending he keeps it for the King.
The said Symonds confessed, "That there is a Patent
granted by the King, about Two Years ago, made at
Oxford, to Francis Young and him, for that Park and
Lodge:" And he refers himself to this House.
It is Ordered, That it is referred to the Examination of these Lords following, and to report the same to
|L. Viscount Say & Seale.
Any Three, to meet To-morrow Morning, at Nine
of the Clock.
Col Manwaring and Hide.
Ordered, That Colonel Manwaring's Business shall
be heard To-morrow Morning, the First Cause, at which
Time Colonel Manwaringe is to be brought; and the
Parties Defendants are to have Notice hereof.
Morris alias Poyntz & al. for forging an Act of Parliament.
This Day Isabell Smyth and Mary Morris, upon Oath,
(fn. *) said, "That the Act of Parliament (which is said to
be forged) was delivered unto them by an Under
Clerk of the House of Commons, one Mr. Hunt, to
Mr. Leonard Darby, when they were present."
Samford sent for;
Ordered, That a Warrant be sent from this House,
That Mr. Samford, near Ungor, in Essex, shall attend
this House forthwith, upon Sight of this Order."
and Darby and Harris to attend about it.
Ordered, That a Habeas Corpus cum Causa be issued
forth, to bring the Bodies of Leonard Darby and John
Harris, de Die in Diem, before the Lords in Parliament.
Ald. Fowkes and the E. I. Co.
The Order concerning Alderman Foulkes, was read,
and approved of. (Here enter it.)
E. of Lincoln and E. of North'ton.
The Cause between the Earl of Lincolne and the Earl
of Northampton came this Day to a Hearing, at the Bar,
by Counsel on both Sides.
Ordered, That the Cause is dismissed this House;
and the Parties left to their ordinary Course in Law.
Ordinance for Money for Ireland.
An Ordinance concerning the Sum of Eighteen Thousand Five Hundred Twenty-eight Pounds, Eight Shillings, and Four Pence, be paid for the Service of Ireland. (Here enter it.)
Read, and Agreed to.
Lady Cornwallis & al. a Pass.
Ordered, That a Pass [ (fn. *) be granted], for my Lady
Cornwallis and her Company, to go beyond Seas.
Ordered, That a Pass be granted to Mr. Will'm
Whitchcott, with One Servant, to The Hague.
Ordered, That a Pass be granted to Mr. Francis
Coventry, his Wife, Two Children, and Four Servants,
to go beyond Seas.
Ald. Fowkes and the E. I. Co.
"Whereas Two Decrees made in the Chancery, at
the Suit of the Governor and Company of Merchants
of London trading to The East Indies, against John
Fowke now Alderman of London, the one dated the
One and Twentieth Day of November in the Seventh
Year, and the other on the 9th Day of June in the
Eleventh Year, of the Reign of His now Majesty,
being unjust, were reversed, by the Judgement of
this House, on the 6th Day of this Instant May: It
is this Day Ordered, &c. That the Commissioners
of the Great Seal be, and are hereby, required and
authorized to give Order, that the said Two several
Decrees be forthwith vacated upon the Roll, and the
Records thereof canceled; and that the Dockets be
likewise taken off the File, and canceled, and made
void, according to the said Judgement; any Thing to
the contrary in any Wise notwithstanding."
Ordinance for 18,528 l. 8s. 4d. for the Service of Ireland.
"Whereas the Sum of Twenty Thousand Pounds
was, by Ordinance of the 20th of April last, charged
upon the Credit of the Treasury at Gouldsmiths Hall,
to be re-paid out of the First Monies that shall come
in upon the Loan of Two Hundred Thousand
Pounds, to be borrowed of the City, for the Service
of Ireland, and for the Transportation of the Forces
that are designed for that Service, out of which Sum
One Thousand Four Hundred Seventy-one Pounds,
Eleven Shillings, and Eight Pence, was appointed to
be deducted, for Provisions delivered out of the
Stores of the Army for the Service of Dublin, and
to be accompted Part of the said Twenty Thousand
Pounds: Be it now Ordained, by the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, That the said Ordinance, as to the Payment of the said Twenty Thousand Pounds by the Treasurers at Gouldsmiths Hall, be
revoked, annulled, and made void; and that Mr. Alderman Bunce, and the rest of the Treasurers at
Weavers Hall, appointed to receive the Two Hundred
Thousand Pounds to be borrowed of the City as
aforesaid, do, out of the Monies received by them,
forthwith pay, unto such Person as the Committee for
the Affairs of Ireland at Derby House shall appoint,
the Sum of Eighteen Thousand Five Hundred Twentyeight Pounds, Eight Shillings, and Four Pence, for
the Uses abovementioned; the said Monies to be issued and disposed by Order of the said Committee at
Message to the H. C. about a Letter to the Archduke Leopold.
A Message was sent to the House of Commons, by
Dr. Aylett and Mr. Sadler:
To deliver to them the Report concerning a Letter
to be sent to the Archduke Leopold; and to let them
know, that this House hath thought fit to refer it to
the Committee of the Admiralty and Cinque Ports, to
draw a Letter; and that Sir Peter Killegrew be appointed the Messenger to carry it; and to desire the Concurrence of the House of Commons therein.
Certificate to be made of the Privileges of New Sarum.
"Whereas, in a late Survey, the Privileges of the
City of New Sarum were valued at Eight Pounds
per Annum, whereas they worth at least Eighty
Pounds; and that thereupon the Agents for the said
City adventured, at the late Contract, to bid Two
Hundred and Six Years Purchase, whereby the Earl
of Pembrooke, being now in Possession of the said Privileges, who, with his Ancestors, hath enjoyed them
this Hundred Years last past, is endeavoured to have
the same bought over his Head, although his Lordship be desirous to give to the full Value, and as much
as any Persons, for the best Advantage of the State:
It is Ordered, by the Lords assembled in Parliament,
That the Trustees and Contractors appointed for the
Sale of Bishops Lands shall make Certificate of the
said Privileges unto this House, before any farther
Proceedings be had in this Business, that such further
Direction may be given, for a new Survey, as shall
be thought meet."
House adjourned till 9a cras.