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son and heir-apparent of Edward Hesikigg of Arthingworth,
Northants, gent, generally; fine, only 40^., at the request of
Mr. Austin NyccoUes. Bound with Messrs. Austin* Nyccolles,
esq., and John Rowse, gent.

At a Parliament holden 21 Nov., 4i3 Eliz.

The feast of Christmas shall be kept solemnly, not grwidly.
Commons shall be continued till next term. A cartload of
coals and 40.^. for the minstrels shall be allowed to those who
remain, and 51. allowed to them by favour.

Mr. Hugh Boscawen is fined lOL and expelled for striking
Mr. William Bowghton on Saturday night in the Hall with his
dagger, and giving him two wounds on the head. English,

Admissiom : — Mr. Kenelme Jenour to the chamber of Messrs.
William Tyifyn and Thomas Winterfloode, who has forfeited it
by discontinuance; fine, 53s. 4d. Mr. Jenour was admitted
in expectancy on 28 May, 1593. 24 Nov. Mr. John, son
and heir-apparent of Alexander Hamond of Newe Chipping,
Herts, esq., specially; fine, only 40s., at his father's request.
Bound with his father and William Wattes. 26 Nov. Mr.
Thomas, second son of George Philpott of Cumpton, Hants,
esq., specially ; fine, 3/. 6s. 8d. Bound with his brother, John,
and John Paynter. 28 Nov. Mr. Richard, son and heir-
apparent of Paul Tracy of Stanway, Gloucestershire, esq.,
specially; fine, only 50s., at the instance of Mr. Daston, a
Master of the Bench. Bound with Messrs. John and Thomas
Savage. Mr. Clement, son and heir-apparent of John Throk-
morton of Haseley, Warwickshire, esq., specially ; fine, 41.
Bound with Messrs. William Burdett and Timothy Wagstaff.
Mr. Timothy Wagstaff to the chamber of Messrs. William Grove
and Hugh Grove in place of the latter; fine, 20s. 29 Nov.

Mr. Thomas, son and heir-apparent of Malachi Malett of Luxilian,
Cornwall, gent., specially; fine, only 50s., at the instance of
William Periam, knt.. Chief Baron of the Exchequer. Bound
with Messrs. Josia Calmadye and Thomas Sejmtaubyn.
1 Dec. Mr. William Awbery, late of New Inn, gent., son and
heir of John Awbery, late of Brecknock, esq., deceased, gene-
rally; fine, 20s. Bound with Messrs. William Williams and
John Stratford. Jan. Mr. Richard Nyccolles to the



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chamber of Messrs. Sydney Mountague and Flettwood Dormer
in place of the latter; fine, 20^. 13 Jan. Ralf Shelton,

esq., son and heir of Thomas Shelton, late of Shelton, Norfolk,
esq., deceased, specially; no fine, at the instance of John
Popham, knt., Chief Justice of England. Bomid with Messrs.
Henry Williams and Robert Harley. 22 Jan. Mr. George,
second son of Thomas Gittens, late of St. Martin's le Grand,
gent., deceased, generally; fine, 31. Bound with Messrs.
Antony Luther and Robert Fage. 24 Jan. Mr. Robert
Bossewell to the chambers whereto Messrs. Brigges, Harris, and
Courte were lately admitted, on the death of Mr. Christopher
Sybthorpe. sen.; fine, 3/. 6«. 8rf. ; for Sybthorpe's commons,
35. 4rf., and for pensions, 15s. 30 Jan. Mr. William, son

and heir-apparent of William Uvedale of Wickham, Hants,
esq., specially; fine, only 3/. 65. 8rf., at the request of Mr. Over-
bury, a Master of the Bench. Bound with Messrs. Thomas
Overbury and Richard Uvedale, his brother. 30 Jan. Mr.

Richard, second son of the said Mr. William Uvedale, specially ;
fine, 31. 68. 8rf. Boimd with his brother and Thomas Overbury.
3 Feb. Mr. Thomas, son and heir-apparent of John Cole
of Walden, Essex, gent., generally; fine, 535. 4rf. Bound
with Messrs. Henry Mordant, sen., and Henry Mordant, jun.
5 Feb. Mr. Thomas, son and heir-apparent of William Jefferay
of Chittinglighe, Sussex, gent., specially; fine, only 3/. 10s., at
Mr. Reynell's instance. Bound with Messrs. Edward Manner-
inge and Rowland Wilcoxe. Mr. Robert, second son of
Rowland Barkeley of Worcester, esq., generally ; fine, 53s. 4rf.
Bound with Messrs. Austin Nyccolles and Thomas Over-
burye. Mr. Thomas Wayte to the chamber of Messrs. John
Chapman and John Hoskyns in place of the latter; fine,
20s. Mr. John Hoskyns to the chamber of Messrs. William
Coppley and William Mackreth in place of the latter; fine,
10s. Mr. Robert Barkeley to the chamber of Messrs.
Bayley and William Wyatt in place of the latter; fine,
53s. 4rf. 6 Feb. Mr. Fulk, second son of Nicolas Wodhull
of Thenford, Northants, esq., generally ; fine, 3/. Boimd with
Messrs. John Freland and Humfrey Colles.

At a Parliament holden 6 Feb., 43 Eliz., 1600.

Mr. Overbury was chosen Assistant to Mr. Cavell, Reader
for next Lent.



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Messrs. Walrond, A. NyccoUes, Delaber, and Dodridge are
appointed to stand at the Cupboard.

Messrs. Flyer, Benn, T. Reade, and Hanbury are appointed
to provide the Reader's feast.

All former orders made for payment of commons shall be
put in execution. If any fellow go out of commons leaving
impaid any commons which are cast up, he shall forfeit 10s. ;
and if he presume to come into commons before his former
commons are paid, he shall forfeit 20& English.

Mr. Johnson, now Treasurer, may grant to Mr. Branston, a
fellow, an admission in expectancy to Mr. Christopher Crowe's
chamber for a reasonable fine, any former law or order not-
withstanding. English.

John Darcye, esq., has agreed that Mr. Francis Leek, esq.,
shall be admitted into part of his chamber with Peter Fretch-
vile, esq. Mr. Leek has petitioned to have that part of the
chamber without forfeiture or danger for not being in com-
mons, which is granted, whereupon Mr. Leek is admitted ; fine,
3/. 6s. M. Evglish.

The following vacationers are fined 20s. each for absence
and being out of commons at Christmas : — Messrs. Saffyn, Tyas,
Barrett, T. Hippesley, Barton, Biddulph, G. Estmond, J. Cow-
per, G. Sydenham, J. Sydenham, Runmey, Ed. Browne, W. Hall,
W. Huggeford, J. Lygon, H. Mordant, jun., Weevell, H. Fisher,
N. Hayes, Hesilrigg, Grover, W. Dalbye, Comwale, T. Strete.

Admissions: — 6 Feb. Mr. Thomas Branston to the chamber
of Messrs. Christopher Crowe and Simon Harbome in place of
the former, in expectancy ; fine, 40s. 7 Feb. Mr. Samuel

Maunsell to the chamber of Messrs Edward Wattes and
Richard Maunsell in place of the latter ; fine, 20s. 21 Feb.

Mr. Francis, fourth son of Francis Saunders, late of Welford,
Northants, esq., deceased, specially; fine, 3/. 6s. M. Bound
with Messrs. George Gascoigne and Francis Tate. Mr. John
Tynte to the chamber of Messrs. Francis Ashley and Francis
Bowme in place of the latter; fine, 40s. Mr. Thomas
Forde to the chamber of Mr. John Tynte, being over Mr.
Chippingdale's chamber; fine, 20s. 27 Feb. Mr. Henry,

third son of Thomas Cotton of Conington, Hunts, esq., de-
ceased, specially; fine, 3/. 6s. 8rf. Bound with Thomas Cotton,
his brother. 14 March. Mr. William, fourth son of

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deceased, generally; fine, 405. Bound with Messrs. John
Canon, his brother, and Thomas Warre. 5 May, 1601. Mr.
Francis, fourth son of Antony Rowse of Halton, Cornwall,
esq., generally ; fine, at the request of Mr. Amerideth, only
30s. Bound with Messrs. Edmund Marvyn and Richard
ChappelL 7 May. Mr. Edward, son and heir-apparent

of Edmund Powell of Fulham, Middlesex, gent., specially;
fine, 4Z. Bound with Messrs. Walter Pye and Francis LylL
8 May. Mr. Henry, son and heir-apparent of John Hooke
of Bramshott, Hants, gent., generally ; fine, at Mr. Marvyn s
request, only 30s. Bound with Messrs. Edmund Marvyn and
Francis Rowse. 13 May. Mr. Henry, fourth son of Henry

Lowe of Lowe, Worcestershire, gent., deceased, generally;
fine, 40s. 14 May. Mr. Francis, son and heir-apparent of

Thomas Fulford of Fulford, Devon, esq., specially; fine, 4Z.
Bound with Messrs. John Strode and John LuttrelL
1 7 May. Mr. William, son and heir-apparent of John Bulkeley
of Burgate, Hants, esq., specially ; fine, only 31, 6s. 8rf., at the
request of Mr. Swayne, a Master of the Bench. Bound with
Messrs. William Grove and Timothy Wagstaflf. ^ 19 May.
Mr. Gilbert, son and heir-apparent of Robert Davys of Chris-
towe, Devon, esq., generally ; fine, 40s. Bound with his father
and John DanyelL Mr. Henry, third son of Thomas Han-
nam, Serjeant-at-Law, lately deceased, specially ; no fine, because
his father was a Serjeant-at-Law of this House. Bound with
Messrs. Richard Warre and Thomas South. 20 May. Mr.

John Canon to the chamber of Mr. Nicolas Adams, being
beneath Mr. Chippingdale's chamber; fine, 20s. Mr.

William Canon to his brother John's chamber with him;
fine, 20s. 20 May. Mr. Jeremiah Downe to the chamber

of Messrs. William Martyn and Thomas Cotton in place of the
latter; fine, 40s. 21 May. Mr. Edward, son and heir-

apparent of Thomas Amerydeth of Slapton, Devon, esq.,
specially ; fine, only 40s., at the request of Edward Amerydeth,
esq., a Master of the Bench. Bound with his father and
Richard ChappelL 22 May. Mr. Ellis, second son of
Charles Walcott of Walcott, Shropshire, esq, deceased, speci-
ally ; fine, 3/. 6s. Srf. Bound with Messrs. Andrew Blunden
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1601] Minutes of Pablument. 413

At a Parliament holden 22 May, 43 Eliz., 1601.

Mr. Shurley was chosen Treasurer.

Mr. Walrond was chosen Reader for next Autumn.

The calls of Messrs. Force and Ed. Tynte to the degree of
the Utter Bar by Mr. Cavell during his reading, are confirmed.

Mr. T. Flettwood and Mr. S. Mountague are called to the
Utter Bar.

Mr. Pagytt and Mr. Snygge are appointed auditors of Mr.
Richard Johnson's account.

Mr. Dodridg is fined 40^. for not standing at the Cupboard
during Mr. Cavell's reading last Lent.

Mr. Boscawen, who was expelled 21 Nov. last for wounding
Mr. Bowghton, is restored to this House and Fellowship and
to his antiquity. He shall pay 26s. 8rf. in addition to 40s. which
he has already paid. English.

Mr. William Younge, who was expelled 14 May last for
wearing boots in the Hall, is restored and fined 20s., which he
is to bring up to the Bench table at dinner time. English.

The following vacationers are fined 20s. each for absence
and being out of commons at Mr. Cavell's reading: — Utter
Barristers: Messrs. Blunt, Jo. Tynte, R. Warre, Ed. Harris,
CoUes, Chapman, T. Forde, Ashcombe, S. Jones, Evelegh,
Walwyn, G. Younge, Ed. Cookes, Elardyff, Hoskyns, Vernon,
Rudyerd. Inner Barristers : Messrs. J. Cowper, G. Sydenham,
H. Fisher, Hesilrigg, Ed. Ferrers, J. Sydenham, J. Lygon, H.
Vinar, T. Cole, T. Strete.

Acts done during the Treasurership of John Shurley, esq.

Admissions : — Mr. George Hooper to the chamber or cham-
bers of Messrs. Strete, Ed. Courte, and T. Courte, in expectancy ;
fine, 40s. 6 June. Mr. Richard Edolphe, late of New Inn,
gent., fifth son of Robert Edolphe, late of Hincksell, Kent, esq.,
deceased, generally ; fine, 20s. Bound with Messrs. Thomas
Ashforde and John Baker. 12 June. Mr. Humfrey, son

and heir-apparent of Cuthbert Lynd of Westminster, gent.,
specially; fine, 31. 6s. 8d. Bound with Messrs. Henry Fisher and
Francis Morgan, jun. 24 June. Mr. Robert Cassey to the
chamber of Messrs. John Boys, jun., and Thomas Fowler in place
of the former ; fine, 30s. Mr. William Wattes to the cham-

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the latter ; fine> 40s, Mr. Richard, son and heir-apparent
of Mark Cottell of North Toton, Devon, gent, specially ; fine,
only 40s., at the request of Mr. Fenner, Justice of the Bench.
Bound with Messrs. William Basterd and Robert Davye.

At a Parliament holden 26 June, 43 Eliz.

Mr. Cavell was chosen Assistant to Mr. Walrond, Reader
for next Autumn.

Messrs. A. Nyccolles, Jo. Delaber, Dodridge, and H. Court-
ney are appointed to stand at the Cupboard.

Messrs. Bacon, Nutt, Jo. Weld, sen., and Jo. Weld, jun., are
appointed to provide the Reader's feast.

Admissions: — 29 June. Mr. Dabriggecourt, son and heir-
apparent of William Beltcher of Guyllesburgh, Northants,
esq., specially; fine, 3/. 6s. 8d. Bound with Messrs. Henry
Mountague and Francis Tate. Also to the chamber of Messrs.
Henry Mart3m and William Sterr in place of the latter ; fine,
33s. id, Mr. Thomas Streynsham to the chamber of

Messrs. Edward Curll and Thomas Menfeilde in place of the
latter; fine, 40s. Mr. Henry, son and heir-apparent of

Thomas Ewer of Lea, Herts, gent, specially ; fine, 31, 6s. 8d,
Bound with Mr. Thomas Stephens. 2 Aug. Mr. James,
second son of William Legge, late of Lyme Regis, Dorset, gent,
deceased, specially; fine, only 20s., because he was for a long
time clerk of Mr. Walrond, now Reader. Bound with Messrs.
Richard Nyccolles and Francis Nyccolles. George Reynill
of London, esq., specially, by assent of Mr. Walrond and other
Masters of the Bench. Baldwin Deerham of London, esq.,
specially, by assent of Mr. Walrond and other Masters of the
Bench. 11 Aug. Humfrey Weld, esq., citizen and alder-

man of London, specially, by assent of Mr. Walrond and other
Masters of the Bench. Humfrey Slany, citizen and mer-
chant of London, specially, by assent of Mr. Walrond and other
Masters of the BencL 6 Aug. Mr. Thomas Goeghe, late

of New Inn, gent., second son of Edward Goeghe of Waterford,
Ireland, esq., generally ; fine, 20s. Bound with Messrs. Henry
Lynche and Francis Nyccolles. 6 June. Mr. Richard

Edolphe, late of New Inn, gent., fifth son of Robert Edolphe,
late of Hincksell, Kent, esq., deceased, generally; fine, 20s.
Boimd with Messrs. Thomas Ashforde and John Baker. (TTiis
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Inn, gent., second son of Henry Moleyns, late of Westhall,
Dorset, esq., deceased, generally; fine, 20s. Bound with
Messrs. John Lutterell and John Pym. (Marginal note:
Venit in com. 20 die Febr., 1602.) 28 Sept. Mr. William,

son and heir-apparent of Rice Phillipps of Lanphoy, Pembroke-
shire, gent., generally ; fine, 40s. Bomid with Messrs. John
Canon and Antony Washbome. 9 Oct. Mr. Edmund,

second son of Thomas Fowler of Ishngton, Middlesex, esq.,
specially ; fine, 31. 6s. 8d. Bound with his brother, Thomas,
and Edward Fenner. Also to the chamber of Messrs. Robert
Cassey and Thomas Fowler in place of the latter; fine, 20s.
10 Oct. Mr. William, fourth son of Edward Mimdy of
Markeaton, Derbyshire, esq., generally; fine, only 30s., at the
request of Baron Savile. Bound with his father. 12 Oct.

Mr. John, second son of John Bownest of Beawchamnes, Herts,
gent., generally ; fine, 53s. 4rf. Bound with Messrs. Alexander
Hamond and Thomas Bownest, his brother. Mr. Edward,
son and heir of Thomas South of Swallowcliff, Wilts, esq.,
specially; fine, 4/. Bound with Messrs. John Lowe and
Thomas South. 12 Oct. Mr. James, son and heir of

William Amwood of Fordingbrig, Hants, gent., generally;
fine, 40s. Boimd with Messrs. William Grove and Jasper
Miller. 19 Oct Mr. Richard, son and heir-apparent of

John Hennynge of Poxwell, Dorset, gent., specially; fine,
3Z. 10s. Bound with Messrs. Roger Horton and John Browne.
Mr. Adam, second son of William Bingham of Bettesdon, Essex,
LLD., generally; fine, 40s. Bound with Messrs. Thomas
Blake and Thomas Treffry. 20 Oct. Mr. Francis Lyll to

the chamber of Messrs. William Tyas and Emanuel Davye in
place of the latter; fine, 30s. 21 Oct. Mr. Francis, son

and heir-apparent of Thomas Chaloner of Lyndfield, Sussex,
esq., specially; fine, 2L Bound with Messrs. Tuppen Scrace
and Samuel Maunsel. Mr. Christopher, son and heir-

apparent of Richard Hatton of Longe Ditton, Surrey, gent.,
specially; fine, 31, 10s. Bound with Messra George Cole and
Edward Powell. 28 Oct Mr. Robert Thorpe to the

chamber of Messrs. Robert Ashley and Edward Boys in place
of the latter ; fine, 30s. Mr. William, son and heir-apparent

of Thomas Awbrey of Chadenwich, in the parish of Meere,
Wilts, specially; fine. 3L 6s. 8rf. Bound with Messrs. William
Swanton and Rowley Warde.



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At a Parliament holden SO Oct., 48 Eliz.

Mr. Haule was chosen Reader for next Lent, and Mr.
Austin Nyccolles for next Autumn*

Messrs. Delaber and Dodridge are fined 40^. each for not
standing at the Cupboard during Mr. Wabrond's reading.

The calls of Messrs. F. Dormer and T. Warre to the degree
of the Utter Bar by Mr. Walrond in his reading, are confirmed.

Mr. Marche was called to the degree of the Utter Bar.

Mr. John Wood and Mr. John Ryves are each fined 3/. 6«. 8d.
for not reading.

Readers shall call only two to the degree of the Utter
Bar at their first reading.

The following vacationers are fined 20s. each for absence
from Mr. Walrond's reading : — ^Utter Barristers : Messrs. Wal-
wyn, N. Hide, R. Warre, G. Yoimge, Ed. Harris, Ed. Cookes,
Celey, Swalnian, Coles, Chippingdale, Chapman, Jo. Hoskyns,
Forde, W. Ryves, Vernon, Ashcombe, Snagge, Rudyerd, S.
Jones, Best, Ed. Tynte. Inner Barristers : Messrs. Biddulphe,
J. Cowper, G. Sydenham, J. Sydenham, Jo. Whetley, Ed.
Browne, W. Hall, W. Huggeford, H. Mordant, jun,, Weevell,
Ansham, JoUyff, Hesilrigg, W. Awbery of Brecknock, W.
Canon, G Davys, J. Grover, Cornwall, Stratforde, J. Lygon.

Copy of the petition for restoration of John Davis, gent,
who was expelled for disorder about four years ago (see p. 379).
Eriglish.

Granted on his making the submission and satisfaction en-
joined by Messrs. Pagytt, Shurley, Gybbes, and Snygge, Masters
of the Bench. He pronounced his submission on AH Saints' day
at the Cupboard in the Hall immediately before dinner, in pre-
sence of John Popham, knt.. Chief Justice and Privy Councillor,
William Periam, knt, Chief Baron of the Exchequer, Edward
Fenner, Justice of the Bench, John Savile, Baron of the Exche-
quer, Thomas Harris and David Williams, Serjeants-at-Law, and
others. A copy of his submission is given. He then asked Mr.
Martyn to pardon him and accept his submission, which he did.

End of the Parliament

Admissions: — 2 Nov. Mr. Lewis, son and heir-apparent
of Edward Watson of Rockingham Castle, Northants, esq.,
specially; fine, 4/. Boimd with Messrs. Sydney Mountague
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Burdett and Jasper Baker in place of the latter; fine, 205.
6 Nov. Mr. John, second son of John Scudamore of Balling-
ham, Herefordshire, gent., deceased, generally; fine, 535. 4rf.
Bound with Messrs. Alexander Rudhall and Walter Pye.
Mr. Thomas, son and heir of William Gilbert of South Bovy,
Devon, gent., deceased, specially; fine, only 40s., at the
request of William Periam, knt., Chief Baron of the Ex-
chequer. Bound with Messrs. William Basterd and Richard
Cottell. 7 Nov. Mr, Tuppen, son and heir-apparent of
Richard Scrace of Bletchengtoij, Sussex, gent., specifJly ; fine,
3/. Bound with Messrs. Francis Chaloner and Samuel
Maunsell. Mr. Nicolas Hide to the chamber of Messrs.
John Brewster and William Wattes in place of the former ;
and also to the whole of Brewster's chamber called " le
Cocklofte"; fine, 20s. 8 Nov. Mr, Edward Powell to

the chamber of Messrs. James Clarke and Nicolas Hide in
place of the latter; fine, 30s. 12 Nov. Mr. Antony, son

and heir-apparent of Robert Robinson of Gloucester, gent,,
generally; fine, 3/. Boimd with Messrs. Robert George and
Richard Foxton. Also to their chamber in Mr. Foxton's
place; fine, 50s. 14 Nov. Mr. William, son and heir-

apparent of John Westley of Ethrop, Warwickshire, gent,
specially; fine, 4Z, Bound with Messrs. Timothy Wagstaff
and Rowley Warde. 17 Nov., 44 Eliz. Mr. Robert, second

son of Robert Jermyn of Rushbrook, Suffolk, knt., specially;
fine, 4Z. Bound with his father and Richard Johnson, esq.
Mr. William Nutt, one of the Masters of the Bar, to a wood-
house or empty space to keep fuel under the stairs which
lead to his chamber; fine, 10s. 21 Nov. Mr. Tristram,
son and heir-apparent of William Woodward of St. Andrew's
parish, Holbom, esq., generally ; fine, 3/. Bound with Messrs.
Humfrey EngUsh and John Stratforde. 23 Nov. Mr.
Thomas Malett to the chamber of Messrs. Thomas Davye and
Abraham Wake in place of the latter; fine, 10s. 25 Nov.

Mr. William, son and heir of John Huckmoore of Buckland
Baron, Devon, esq., deceased, generally; fine, 3/. Bound
with Messrs. Thomas Williams and Thomas Seyntaubyn.
26 Nov. Mr. Edward Blounte to the chamber of Mr.
Thomas Forde, being above Mr. Chippingdale's chamber;
fine, 15s. 27 Nov. Mr. William Pemberton to the

chamber of Messrs. George Shurley and Robert Chester in

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place of the latter; fine, 30«. Mr. Edward Comewaile to
the chamber of Messrs. Adye and Heme in place of the
latter; fine, 20s. Mr. Henry, son and heir of John GiflTord
of Wellington, Somerset, gent, deceased, specially; fine,
3/. 6s. 8d. Bomid with Messrs, (Jeorge Wrighttington and
Thomas Hendley.



At a Parliament holden 27 NoVm 44 EUz.

The feast of Christmas shall be kept solemnly, not grandly.
Commons shall be continued until next term. A cartload of
coals, 40s. for the minstrels, and 5/. as a favour, are allowed
to those who remain.

Mr, Flettwood Dormer and Mr. Sefton Jones, Utter
Barristers, were fined 40s., and then 4/. each, for failing of
moots, as may appear in the orders of the Buttery Book.
As Mr. Dormer has now performed part of the assignment, he
shall pay but 3/., but Mr. Jones 6/., and he shall forfeit his
chamber imless it is paid before next Parliament English.

Mr, John Marston, who was expelled on 14 Oct last for
non-payment of commons and other causes, is restored to the
Fellowship and his antiquity, but restoration to his chamber
will be further considered.

Admissions: — 30 Nov. Mr. William, son and heir of
Thomas Fitche of High Easter, Essex, esq., deceased, specially;
fine, 5/., paid to Mr. Walrond. Boimd with Messrs. Andrew
Jenour and Richard Weston. 19 Jan. Mr. John, second

son of Henry Ofley of London, esq., specially; fine, 4/.
Bound with Messrs. John Osborne and John Weld. 28 Jan.
Mr. George, second son of George Wilmer of Westham, Essex,
esq., deceased, specially; fine, 4/. 10s. Bound with Messrs.
John Strode and John Weld, jun. 4 Feb. Mr. Thomas,
son and heir-apparent of Charles Rogers of Munckhole, Here-
fordshire, gent., generally; fine, 3Z. Bound with Messrs.
Walter Pye and John Scudamore. 5 Feb. Mr. John
Mannyngham to the chamber of Messrs. Edward Curll and
Thomas Streynsham in place of the latter; fine, 20s.
Mr. Laurence, second son of John Meade of Coopersale, Essex,
gent, generally ; fine, ZL Bound with Messrs. Edward Fage
and Robert Fage. 5 Feb. Mr. WilUam Dalby to the
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of the former; fine, 20s. Thomas Pill of London, gent,
specially; fine, only 40&, for reasons moving the Treasurer.

At a Parliament holden 5 Feb., 44 EUz.

Mr. Walrond was chosen Assistant to Mr. Haule, Reader
for next Lent.

Messrs. A. NyccoUes, Delaber, Dodridge, and T. Stephens
are appointed to stand at the Cupboard.
. Messrs. Becke, Lowe, W. Haule, and Barkley are appointed
to provide the Reader's feast.

Mr. R. Martyn was called to the degree of the Utter Bar.

Mr. Dormer and Mr. S. Jones having paid their fines of 31
and 6/. for failing the exercise of mooting in this House, part
of their fines shall be returned, so that they pay but 40s. each.
Unglish.

Messrs. Man, Swayne, Daston, and Morgan are chosen for
the reformation of the high commons in the Buttery. English,

The following vacationers are fined 20s. each for absence and
being out of commons at Christmas last, viz. — Messrs. Bingham,
Bownest, G. Davies, Hooke, W. Canon, WoodhuU, T. Cole,
JoUifiF, N. Hayes, H. Fisher, Weevell, H. Mordant, jun., Keat,
J. Lygon, W. Huggeford, W. Haule, E. Browne, J. Whetley, jun.,
Rumney, J. Sydenham, G. Sydenham, Cornewayle, S. Jones,
Ja. Welsh, jun.

The petition of Thomas Pill, gent., one of the fellows of this
House, for erecting shops on his own ground lying close to
the Middle Temple Lane, and to have them extend towards
the same lane, is granted, so as no encroachment is made
upon the lane ; to be held for the consideration of a hogshead
of good claret wine to be paid every Michaelmas term. The
Treasurer also thinks meet to allow Mr. Pill to make a door
from some chambers of his dwelling-house through the wall
to lead into the lane, part of which dwelling-house abuts



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