DIE Mercurii, 19 die Aprilis.
Earl of Manchester was appointed by the House
to be Speaker this Day.
Nonsuch Little Park, a Protection.
Ordered, That a Protection shall be granted, to
protect the Little Park at Nonsuch, and the House,
Lodges, Goods, Deer, and Horses, and other Cattle in
the same, against the Violence of unruly Soldiers.
Heads for the Conference, about the Earl of Northumberland and Mr. Marten.
The Speaker read the Narrative concerning the Business of the Earl of Northumb. and Mr. Marten, for
opening Letters directed to his Lordship, and the Breach
of the Privileges of this House by that Fact, his Lordship being a Member of this House, and employed
as a Public Person from both Houses to (fn. *) treat with
His Majesty at Oxford; for which their Lordships expect Reparation.
The House approved of this Narrative.
The House of Commons being ready for a Conference, this House was adjourned during Pleasure, and
the Lords went to the Conference; which being ended,
the House was resumed.
Bill for a Subscription, to reduce the Irish Rebels.
The Earl of Portland reported the Bill for the speedy
Payment of Monies for Ireland, with some Amendments
|"Linea 28.||Instead of these Words ["Clerk of Parliament of the House of Commons"],
make it thus ["Sub-Clerk of the
Parliament, who attends the House
|Linea 34.||Instead of ["the 15 May"] put in ["the
15 of June"].|
|Linea 39.||The same Amendment.|
|41.||The same Amendment.|
|43.||The same Amendment.|
|50.||The same Amendment.|
|52.||The same Amendment.|
|97.||Instead of these Words ["Clerk of the
Parliament of the House of Commons"], make it thus ["Sub-Clerk
of the Parliament, who attends the
House of Commons"].|
|115.||Instead of ["the 15 May",] put in
[the 15 June"].|
These Alterations and Amendments were read Twice
singly, and Once as they shall Pass in the Bill; which
this House approved of.
vice lecta est Billa, An Act for the speedy
Payment of Monies subscribed towards the Reducing of
the Rebels in Ireland, which yet remains unpaid.
And being put to the Question;
It was Resolved, To pass as a Law, nemine contradicente.
Lady Delevall, a Pass.
Ordered, That the Lady D'Levall shall have a Pass,
to go to Oxford, and return again to London.
Dr. Fuller, a Pass.
Ordered, That Mr. Doctor Fuller shall have a Pass,
to carry his Wife to Salishbury, and return back again.
Message to the H. C. with the Bill for the Irish Subscription, and to expedite the Answer to the King's Messages.
A Message was sent to the House of Commons, by
Doctor Bennett and Doctor Aylett:
To deliver them the Bill for the speedy Payment of
Monies for Ireland, with the Amendments; and to deliver to them the Earl of Stamford's Letter; and to desire them to give what convenient Expedition they can
to the Answer to His Majesty's Two last Messages sent
down to them Yesterday.
Dr. Bennett, a Pass.
Ordered, That Mr. Doctor Bennett shall have a Pass,
to go to his House into the Country; and his Attendance in the mean Time to be excused.
Hugh Cox bailed.
Ordered, That Hugh Cox, now a Prisoner in The
White Lyon, in Southwarke, shall be bailed by the Two
next Justices of the Peace.
House adjourned till 10a cras.