Lunae, 28 Martii
L. 3. The Restitution of the Sons of Sir John Nevell. - Jud 'm.
3. The Bill for the Buying of Woolls. - Jud'm.
Articles by the Wooll-packers in Objection of that Bill.
It is Ordered, That a Procedendo shall be directed to set Hugh Floode without the Privilege of this House, as he was before; and the Serjeant to deliver him Prisoner to the Sheriffs of London.
E. of Oxford.
The Arguments in the Earl of Oxford's Bill.
In the Question, it is agreed, That the Number, which said No to the Bill, be the greater Number by One Person; viz. The Number of Yea was 68, and the other 69.