[Articles of union read, debated and delayed; continuation]

Prayers said.

Rolls called.

Minutes of the last sederunt read.

The nineteenth article of union was again read, and also the twentieth and twenty first articles and were separately reasoned on.

Thereafter the twenty second and twenty third articles were likewise read and the minutes relative thereto, and, after some reasoning thereupon, the further consideration of these articles was delayed until the next sederunt of parliament.

Then the lord chancellor, by order of her majesty's high commissioner, adjourned the parliament until tomorrow at 10 o'clock.

[James Ogilvy, earl of] Seafield, chancellor, in the presence of the lords of parliament

  1. NAS. PA3/7, Printed Minutes No.11, 1 or NAS. PA6/36, 153, f.11. Back