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HOUSE OF Michaelmas 1620, the said 5001. to be allowed to Mathias LORDS.
Fowle by the King.
The indenture is signed H. Yelverton, and is noted, “ It may please your excellent Majesty this is your “ Majesty's part of an indenture, whereby your Majesty “ expressing that you have taken the making of gold
and silver thread into your own hands, do hereby
grant unto Mathias Fowle and his assigns to have the “ sole working thereof under your Majesty within your “ Majesty's realm of England and Ireland and do“ minions thereof for 21 years, he is hereby to deliver " the same to such person or persons as your Highness “ shall appoint to receive it to your Majesty's use and “ at such rate and price, and under such covenants as “ are agreed upon on your Majesty's behalf and are “ herein expressed.” “ And is done by warrant of your “ Majesty's Privy Seal directed to the Lord Chancellor “ and others in this behalf.” (Seal wanting).
1618, April 22.--Copy of a Commission to the Lord Chancellor, Lord Treasurer, and others, to examine, find out, and punish abuses in the making or importing of gold and silver thread.
1618, May 22.-Copy of Warrant by Sir Francis Michell and Henry Tweedy, by virtue of a commission under the Great Seal, for the imprisonment of Robert Patrickson and William Whiting, for breach of the patent for gold and silver thread.
1618, June 2.- Copy of Warrant by Sir Francis Michell and Henry Tweedy, by virtue of a commission under the Great Seal, for the imprisonment of Robert More and others for breach of the patent for gold and silver thread.
1618, June 6.--Warrant from Sir Francis Michell and Henry Tweedy for the discharge of Robert More and others from prison.
1618, Oct. 26.--Copy of a Commission to the Lord Chancellor and others to examine the abuses in importing and making of gold and silver thread.
1618, Dec. 9.-Patent to Sir Giles Mompesson grant ing him certain monies out of the fines for inns, &c.,
T 118, C., for his necessary expences incurred in executing the commission of the 3rd of March 1616. Sealed.
1618-19, Feb, 20.-Patent to Richard Williams and David Lewis granting them the monopoly of the trade in Welsh butter. Neither signed nor sealed.
1619, April 29. Summons from Sir Giles Mompesson
1. Same to Mr. Deevy and others. May 27.
[1619, May 15].-" The duplicamente of the account " of Sir Giles Mompesson, Knight, receiver of the fines, “ rents, and profits, for licenses of innkeepers for one “ whole year and a half and 28 days ended the 29th day “ of September 1618.” Recites letters patent appointing Sir Giles and others Commissioners, gives the name of each inn licensed, and the sums received and paid under the commission. The account is declared before Sir Fulke Grevill, Chancellor and under Treasurer of the Exchequer, and Sir Edward Bromley, one of the Barons of the Exchequer. 1619, May 13. Audited, May 15. [Parchment Roll].
1619, May 24.-Notes respecting Commissions grant ing patents for the making of gold and silver thread.
1619, May 24.-License from the King to Sir Nicholas Salter and Richard Dike, the present holders of the patent for making gold and silver thread, to import gold and silver thread from abroad, forasmuch as they cannot make gold thread of a good colour.
1619, June 8.--Bond by Mathias Fowle for 5001. to observe conditions respecting gold and silver tbread trade.
1619, July 25.-Note from Richard Dike to Mr. Ward or Mr. James to take up 75 papers of gold imported by Hugh Perry. Annexed, 1. Hugh Perry to Mr. Davis, to take certain goods
into his custody. Dec. 11.
2. Richard Dike to Davis, to give the customs Horse
officers notice of arrival of certain gold and silver LORD
in the ship of Nicholas Joiner. Dec. 15. 3. Richard Dike to —
35 pounds of gold and silver “unpacked in a fatt of carpets” has
come from Hambro in Wm. Grove's ship. Dec. 17. 4. Richard Dike to
12 lbs. of gold and
trunk. Dec. 18.
Mr. Robinson. Dec. 22.
1,125 marks of copper, promised by Mr. Estote
1619, Aug. 9.-Warrant signed by Sir Henry Yelverton and Sir Francis Michell for Mr. Henshawe and others to be brought before them.
1619, Oct. 11.—Letters patent for the incorporation of the Master, Wardens, and comnalty of gold and silver beaters of the city of London.
1619, Dec. 25.--Account by Richard Dike of the amount of [gold and silver thread] undertaken to be wrought and imported by the several persons mentioned for the six months from June 24th 1619 to 25th Dec. 1619.
[1619, ].—The grievances of Michael Sellar; wrongfully imprisoned at the suggestion of Sir Giles Mompesson, on pretence that he had manufactured gold and silver thread without the licence of the Commissioners.
(1619, ]. — Petition of Richard Vaughan, of Pitstowe, in the county of Hereford, “to the Committee “ for the House” of Parliament; to be relieved against Edward Powell, of Pengelly, respecting certain lands in Hereford concerning which there has been litigation for 28 years. Endorsed, “ Rejected.”
[1619.]-Book containing lists of persons under their several counties and places of abode, for purposes apparently of some assessment.
1619-20, Jan. 19.-" Orders made and established “ touching the manufacture of gold and silver thread, “ as well by and with the consent and allowance of Sir “ Giles Mompesson, Knight, and Francis Michell, Esq., “ two of His Majesty's Commissioners, touching the “ gd manufacture, as of all such as have hereunto sub“ scribed their names, being the workers or undertakers “ of the said manufacture." 1. Undertakers only to make a certain quantity weekly: 2. to bring their work weekly to be " sealed,” to register sales, &c.: 3. not to make or sell more than their proportion : 4. only to employ registered workmen, &c.; 5. and pay them stated wages : 6. to sell gold and silver thread at price fixed : 7. penalties to be imposed for not attending summons of Commissioners : 8. these and future orders to be kept secret: 9. penalty for omission of weekly attendance : 10. no part of his proportion to be assigned by any undertaker to another: 11. two undertakers in turn weekly with a solicitor and messenger of the Co. to make search for gold and silver thread imported, or made in England in breach of the patent, to seize the same and bring it to the office of the Commissioners : 12. every undertaker to answer on oath when called upon by the Commissioners respecting his conduct in these matters since 24th Dec. 1619: 13. every undertaker to mark all gold and silver thread made by him with his own peculiar mark : 14. Penalties to be disposed of as follows; one-third to informer, the rest as the Commissioners shall think fit: 15. If any question arise about these orders, the Commissioners to decide the interpretation : 16. New orders to be made or old altered by Commissioners with consent of majority of undertakers.
This document is signed by Sir Giles Mompesson, Francis Michell, and the undertakers. See L. J., III. 36.
George Marshall to Richard Crompton for repayment of HOUSE OF 1. Book of Bonds entered into by the undertakers 511. 58.
LORDS. for performance of the orders made by the Com. 1620. Aug. 16.--Warrant by Sir Giles Mompesson to missioners. 1619-20, Jan. 27-Jan. 29.
Mr. Davis, one of the deputies of the farmers of the 1619-20. Feb. 4.-Bond for 1001. by John Warde not customs, to release 37 papers of gold and silver thread to sell the gold and silver wire lately seized from him imported by John Burnet, on his giving a bond not to until the same be sealed by the Commissioners for that offend against the King's proclamation again. manufacture, to give account of all gold and silver 1620, Sept. 29.-Bond by Nathaniel Deard to Sir Giles thread he now has, and never to import any for the Mompesson and Fr. Michell, not to sell “Ardasse or future in breach of the patent.
“ Bellardine silk,” for the making of gold and silver
1619-20, March 2.-Warrant from Sir Giles Mom. sioners for the said manufacture.
1620, April 1.- Patent granting royalty of 38. 4d. on 1620, Oct. 23.-Warrant from Sir Giles Mompesson
to the office of the Commissioners for that manufacture.
Sergeant and the King's Principal Secretary. See L. J.,
Begins with Edward, son of Henry III. appointed 1620, Nov. 13.-Writs of summons to Parliament to
George, Marquess of Buckingham.
Lodovico, Earl of Richmond.
Charles, Earl of Nottingham. locum tenens regni in Ireland, 19 Edw. IV., and
Tobie, Archbishop of York. after (1479 et seq.). Endorsed, “ 26 Dec. presented
Richard, Bishop of St. Asaph. " to the Earl of Say."
-, Bishop of Llandaff. 2. Pedigree of the Royal Family of England from
--, Bishop of Chester.
Christopher, Lord Teynham.
dorsed, “ Regia proles gerens officia publica." to Richard Crompton, for repayment of 521. 108.
1. A list of creations, Jan. 1, 1616 to Nov. 20, 1618,
and a list of Peers now to be admitted.” “ Proand Francis Michell, to Jervis Unwon, messenger, to
“ ceres qui nunc in Parlam. admittendi.” summon John Eaton and others to appear before them, 1620, Dec. 14.-Register of proceedings of the Com
1620, May 21.-Patent granting the reversion of the missioners under the patent for the making of gold and
1620, May 30.—A book of licenses granted for the " by His Majesty's Commissioners for the manufacture
estates, &c. sold ; in case of death or escape of debtor,
“ High and Mighty Prince Charles.” Prays that her
1620-21, Jan. 12.-Draft of an Act for the disuniting
1620, July 13.-Warrant by Sir Giles Mompesson for best means for the recovery and protection of the Pala.
tinate. The Commissioners are to enquire what men,
1620–21, Jan. 14.-Writ for prorogation of Parlia-
Parliament. L. J., III. 6. In extenso.
HOUSE OF and Francis Michell, to Wm. Wheeler and others, with Committee for privileges to peruse and rectify the
Jervis Unwon, to make search for silk, gold, and silver, Journal Book daily, or as often as they think fit. In
1620–21, Jan. 3)—Letter from the Lord Chancellor 1620-21, Feb. 17.-Copy of writ of summons to Par-
ceived the Sacrament on the first Sunday in Lent.
sion to the House touching Lord Scrope. In extenso.
“ ing and maintaining of an ancient haven, river, and
" channel of the borough and town of Colchester, in
" the county of Essex, and also for the paving of the
Noted, Lecta 1a, 21 Feb. 18° Jac. C. J. wanting :
“ferring of diverse manors, lands, tenements, and Annexed,
“ hereditaments heretofore assured by the now Lord
Noted by Bowyer. “This note, with a letter, and “ trusts to the late Lord Dormer, Sir Francis Engle-
" George Croisley, Knt. and Baronet, made after
" since the said elopement, to inherit any of the lands,
1620-21, Feb. 8.-Draft of “ An Act for the further at the suit of Whale and others, prays for writ of Habeas
1620–21, Feb. 27.-Draft of “ An Act for the free
“ traffic of sea coals, stone coals, and pit coals, in and 1620–21, Feb. 10.-Petition of Richard Camel, im- « out of the counties of Durham and Northumberland, prisoned in the Fleet for “his great contempt and
“ acquitted and discharged from the late unlawful is neglect in penning and directing of sundry writs of " exs
“ exactions of twopence, threepence, and sixteen pence " summons to divers Lords, Peers of this realm, in
" a chauldron, by the Mayor and Burgesses of the town
a chauldron ho the M
“ and county of Newcastle-upon-Tyne.” Read 18. O.J.,
1620-21, Feb. 27.-Quittances and releases of all
claims against Jervis Unwon from Joseph Symonds, " Calthorp, Esquire, to make sale of certain lands for
H. Ambercourt, and Stephen Bellott.-Feb. 28. Wing" the payment of his debts and preferment of his
field Blackmore.—March 1. Thomas Heyrick and Mary “ younger children." Bill read 1a. C. J., I. 518; com
Howe.--March 3. Nicholas Taberrer, James Gobbin, mitted 17th March, 559; but no further proceeding.
Thomas Gunn, Alice Griffith, and Peter Vancourt.
-March 5. Peter Symonds.
1620–21, Feb. 28,-Draft of “ An Act declaring the
“ ancient and common law concerning saltmarshes, of cards. Cardmakers to set their name and mark
“ inned, gained, or lost by the sea, or ebbing or flowing upon cards before selling them. Read 14. C. J., I. 519.
“ of freshwater." Read 14. C. J., I. 531; but no further Ordered to be engrossed, 630, May 28 ; but no further
1620–21, Feb. 28.-Draft of “An Act for repressing
“the odious and loathsome sin of drunkenness, and for
" the restraint of the excessive prices of beer and ale.” “ whereby certain chauntryes, colleges, free chapels,
C. J., I. 531. " and the possessions of the same be given to the King's
The Act fixes the price of beer and the quantities in 66 Majesty." Read 14. C. J., I. 518. Ordered to be
which it shall be brewed and sold ; imposes penalties,
1620-21. Feb. 15.-Draft of “ An Act for the recovery the poor of the parish in which the offence is committed,
C.J., I. 531.
King to direct the Commons to set down their charges
best physician. Is accused of other men's actions, and 1620–21, Feb. 17.-Order of the House for the Sub. condemned before he is heard. See L. J., III. 34.
HOTSE OF LORDS.
1. Copy of preceding. 1620-21, March 2.-" The particular grievances of “ silkmen committed by Mr. Attorney, August 1619; “ with Sir Giles his threats and demeanour when he ** sat upon the commission.” In 1619 Richard Herne, sheriff and alderman of London, and others, were summoned by virtue of the commission for gold and silver thread, and called upon to enter into a bond to keep a true register of all their transactions in that trade; they desired time to consider, and that they might see the patent, and presently declined to execute the bonds; for which Sir Giles violently threatened them with imprisonment, which he soon after effected through Sir H. Yelverton.
1620-21, March 2.-Draft of “ An Act for the better “ ordering and governing of carmen and cars to be “ used within the city of London and the liberties and “ suburbs of the same, and of wharfingers and keepers “ of wharves for stowage of wood and coal upon the " river of Thames in or near London, and for necessary “ means to utter the same." C. J., I. 533. Read 1a, but no further proceeding.
1620–21, March 2.-Petition of Edward Evre to the King. John Moile obtained fudgment against petitioner in an action for waste in the Court of Common Pleas, which judgment was affirmed by the King's Bench. Prays that a writ of error may be awarded. Noted by the King, “ James R. fiat." See L. J., III. 152.
1620-21, March 3.—Warrant of the House of Lords to search for Sir Giles Mompesson, and for papers, &c. L. J., III. 35. With the amendments made March 6 in the margin. Signed Fr. St. Alban, Canc. See L. J., III. 38. Annexed,
1. Fair copy of the above as amended.
2. Draft of same and memoranda. 1620–21, March 3.-Extract from the journals of H. L. respecting proclamation for apprehension of Sir Giles Mom pesson. L. J., III. 34. In extenso. Annexed, 1. Proclamation of the King for apprehension of
Sir Giles Mompesson, referred to in King's speech,
March 26. L. J., III. 69. Printed. 1620-21, March 7.-Draft of “ An Act for the natu“ ralization of William Herbert." Read 1°. C. J., I. 542. Annexed, 1. Certificate that Herbert hath received the Holy
Communion for 14 or 15 years. Signed “ Ambro“ sius Regemorterus, minister of the Word of “ God in the Dutch Congregation at London.”
3 March 1621. No further proceeding. 1620–21, March 7.-Draft of “ An Act for the improve “ ing and better ordering of commons, intercommons, “ and waste grounds for the good of the poor com“ moners and all interested therein." Gives power to the Lord Chancellor to appoint commissions where desired, to apportion all common land in severalty among those having common rights. Read 14. C. J., I. 542. Noted, “ Rejected.” See C. J., I. 611.
1620–21, March 9.-Draft of “ An Act imposing a fine “ on brewers for setting on work within London and " the suburbs of the same, and within two miles com" pass without the same suburbs, more coopers and in “ other manner than by a statute made in the three " and twentieth year of King Henry the Eighth is “ tolerated." The Act recited limits the number of coopers to be employed by brewers, but inflicts no penalties ; this Bill imposes a fine, half to the King and half to the informer. Read 14. C. J., I. 546. No further proceeding.
1620-21, March 9.-Draft of “ An Act against the “ importation of logwood and the deceipts and abuses “ in dyeing therewith.” All logwood imported in the country to be burnt, with the exception of 50 tons per annum reserved for the use of Sir Thomas Compton under letters patent. Read 1°. C. J., I. 546. No further proceeding
1620–21, March 9.-Draft of “ An Act for continuance “ of a former statute made in the 4th year of the King's “ Majesty's reign, intituled An Act for the true making “ of woollen cloths and for some additions and altera" tions in and to the same. Read 14. C. J., I. 546. Almost similar to Act 21 Jac. 1. c. 18. Annexed, 1. List and proceedings of Committee in H. C.
21 March 1621. C. J., I. 565. No further
proceeding. 1620-21, March 10.-Draft of "An Act for the Com"pany of Tallow Chandlers of the city of London."
Tallow chandlers being only exempted by the general HOUSE OF name of victuallers out of the statutes against regrators, forestallers, and ingrossors, are much molested by informers. The Bill provides for their exemption by their proper nomination of Tallow chandlers. Noted, “ Lecta 1*. 10 Martij 1621.” Not mentioned in the Journals.
1620–21, March 10.-Rough notes of various proceedings in the House from 22 Feb. to 10 March. Sec L. J.. III. 26 to 40.
1620-21, March 12.-Draft of “An Act for the further
“ against the incorporation of the Glovers and
1620-21, March 12.-Draft report from the Committee
1. Another draft of the report. 12 March 1621.
“ according to his desire.” [Undated.]
lections of the interview with the King upon the
III. 41. Nov. 20, 1626.
1620–21, March 13.-Draft of " An Act for the passing “ of the accounts of sheriffs, escheators, Collectors of “ subsidies, tenths, fifteenths, and aids without charge “ or delay.” Read 1a. C. J., I. 551. Annexed, 1. List and proceedings of Committee in H. C.
15 April. C. J., I. 555. No further proceeding. 1620-21, March 13.—Report from the Lords SubCommittee, that they have viewed the Journal Book of entries of this House from the beginning of the present session until the end of February.
1620-21, March 14.-Draft of " An Act against fore“ stalling and engrossing of sheep skins and lamb skins " for the relief of many poor tradesmen." Lecta 1a. C. J., I. 553. No further proceeding.
1620-21, March 14.-Draft of “ An Act for reversing " and avoiding of a fine pretended to be acknowledged " by Elionor, the King's late ward and the late wife of “ Sir John Croke, Knight, during her infancy and co“ verture, to the disinherison of her sisters and heirs, " being then also wards to the King. And for the de“ termination of sundry suits and variances between “ the said Sir John Croke, Knt., and Sir John Law“ rance, Knt., and Dame Grissell his wife, concerning “ the exposition of the last will and testament of Jervase " Gibbons, Esq., the late father of the said Dame 66 Grissell and Elionor.” Noted, Lecta 14. 14° Martij. No mention in Journals.
1620–21, March 15.-Petition of Richard Reynolds and Robert Wright, praying for their discharge from the Fleet. In extenso. L. J., III. 47. Annexed, 1. Order of the House for their discharge. 15 March
1621. In extenso. - L. J., III. 47. 1620-21, March 15.--Draft of “ An Act for the good " order and government of the makers of knives, “ sickles, shears, and scissors in Halamshire in the
HOUSE OF " county of York, and parts near adjoining." Read 1^. LORDS.
C. J., 554. Similar to the Act 21 Jac. I. 31., with the exception of the names of the first officers of the Company of Cutlers of Hallamshire. No further proceedings.
1620-21, March (15).-Petition of Robert Breres, messenger of His Majesty's aviary. Was assaulted by Jeffery Passmore and his wife and William Herbert, when serving a warrant upon Passmore by command of the Marquess of Buckingham in the matter of the arrest of Booth, one of His Majesty's grooms. Prays for redress. See L. J., III. 45. Annexed, 1. Petition of Elizabeth King, wife of Nicholas
King, that her husband may be discharged, he having been committed for assisting Passmore in
the arrest of Booth. 1620–21, March (15].-Petition of Roger Harris, citizen and freeman of London, that he may be dismissed from further attendance in the matter of the arrest of Jewell, the Lord Stafford's man. See L. J., III. 45. Annexed, 1. Petition of Roger Harris and John Pepwell,
citizens and freemen of London. That they may be allowed to proceed against Jewell, notwith standing he claims privilege as servant to Lord Stafford, Jewell never having been servart to Lord Stafford until after the serving of the exe.
cution. See L. J., III. 45, 56, 58. 1620–21, March 16.—Mem.: that Richard Wilmot was sworn to give evidence respecting the patent of inns. L. J., III. 48.
1620–21, March 16.--Mem.: that George Gelders was sworu to give evidence respecting the patent of concealments. L. J., III. 48.
[1620–21, March 16.]—Depositions of Robert More and others respecting the gold and silver thread business, headed “The grievances of diverse of the gold “ wire drawers of London for several imprisonments “ of their persons and other great wrongs done unto " them by the patentees and commissioners, concern. “ ing the making of gold and silver thread.” See L. J., III. 48, &c. Annexed, Depositions of witnesses in the gold and silver
Ferne, Samuel Bucklye, and Auray Pinkney,
Norton of the Old Bailey, and others.
and others. 1620-21, March 18.—Commission appointing Sir James Ley, Lord Chief Justice, Speaker of the House pro tempore, in the absence of the Lord Chancellor. L. J., III. 51. In extenso. Signed by the King, and sealed.
1620-21, March 19.-Draft of “An Act for making “ void of a decree lately made in His Majesty's High * Court of Chancery against the heirs of William “ Goddard, Esquire, deceased, for the lands of in“ heritance, whereof the said William Goddard died “ seized." Not mentioned in Journals.
1620-21, March 20.-Petition of Edward Newton, servant to the now Under-Sheriff of Surrey, committed to the Fleet for contempt in arresting a servant of Lord Stafford's; prays for discharge on account of his youth, want of experience, and poverty. I. J., III. 56. Annexed,
1. Copy of preceding. 1620–21, March 20.-Petition of Easter Favour to the House of Commons. About two years and a half ago
her house was searched, and she imprisoned by Mr. House Of Fowle and others, for refusing to swear she would LORDS. never work at her trade of spinning of silver thread ; prays for redress. See L. J., III. 56.
1620-21, March 20.–Petition of Stephen Bellott. Has for many years got his living by working gold and silver thread. About two years ago Mr. Fowle sent his poursuivant, Ireland, who searched petitioner's house, broke open the door of a chamber, and carried away his mill, “the only instrument of his living ;" has been able to obtain no redress, for which he now prays.
1620–21, March 20.-Draft of " An Act for the “ establishing the inheritance of the heirs of Richard “Young, Esquire, deceased, according to an indenture “ of bargain and sale to him made by Michael Lecke, “ Esquire, for good and valuable consideration by him “ satisfied and paid. And for the continuance of an “ extent for His Majesty's debt upon the same lands “till full satisfaction thereof." Not mentioned in Journals.
1620-21, March 20 and 21.-Names of witnesses sworn in the Lord Chancellor's case. See L. J., III. 55, &c.
1620-21, March 21.-Copy of the oath taken by Mr.
as the Clerk of the Upper House employed, either
See L. J., III. 42.
(12° Ed. IV.), granting the office of Clerk of the
bably used as a precedent at that time.
of their patents, from 1 Hen. VIII. to 39 Elizabeth.
See L. J., III. 42.–March 1620-21. 1620-21, March 21.–Form of oath to be administered to witnesses in Parliament. L. J. III., 60. In extenso.
1620-21, March 21.-Draft of interrogatories to be administered to the witnesses in the Lord Chancellor's case. L. J., III. 60. In extenso.
1620-21, March 21.-Memorandum respecting case of Sir G. Reynell, and names of other witnesses examined in the Lord Chancellor's case. See L. J:, III, 60.
1620–21, March 21.-Memoranda for examination of Norbury and other witnesses in the Lord Chancellor's case. See L. J., III. 60.
1620-21, March 21.-Same for Barker and others.
1620-21, March 21.-Copy of examination of Sir Thomas Perient, read April 19. L. J., III. 80. And copy of examnination of Philip Holman, taken March 22, in the Lord Chancellor's case.
1620–21, March 21.–List of persons to be sent for as witnesses in the Lord Chancellor's case.
1620–21, March 22.-List of witnesses sworn this day in the Lord Chancellor's case. L. J. III., 61.
1620–21, March 22.-Petition of William Pargiter, Montagu Wood, and Christopher Awbrey, for present relief of the wrongs endured by them by the indirect dealing of the Lord Chancellor. See L. J., III. 61.
1620-21, March 22.-Order of the House for stay of writ of extent, which Thomas Harding was endeavouring to sue out against the lands of Sir Giles Mompesson. L. J., III. 61.
1620–21, March 22.- Three warrants dormant. See L. J., III, 62. “The warrants dormant to seize and “ imprison, &c., and exceed all kinds of warrants ; “wbereof there be three, and one of them is without “ date, and rayed, and the other hath a date with a new “ hand." These are no doubt the warrants here alluded to, as they exactly correspond with the description. They are all signed by the Chancellor, with others. In one case he signs himself “Fr. Bacon "; in the two others, “Fr. Verulam.”
1620–21, March 22.-Draft of warrant for commitment of Fowles and Gelders to the Fleet. L. J., III. 65.
1620-21, March 23.-Collection of Sir Giles Mom. pesson's offences touching inns and hosteries. L, J.,