Procedure: remits to the king and the privy council
Reference to the king's majesty regarding the British subjects

The which day the supplication given in to the parliament desiring the king and parliament to remonstrate to the parliament of England the pitiful estate of the British in Ireland by the insolent rebellion and cruel outrages of the Irish there, that speedy course may be taken for their help, and in the meantime all volunteers permitted to go in that service, and arms furnished to them and some arms lent upon loan for the unarmed British in Ireland, as the supplication more fully bears, being publicly read in parliament in audience of his majesty and estates of parliament, the estates of parliament foresaid recommend and remit the foresaid supplication to his majesty's gracious consideration.

  1. NAS, PA2/22, f.207v. Back
Reference to the council regarding the act for incarceration of poor people

The which day the act presented in parliament ordaining that all poor people to be incarcerated hereafter shall be maintained upon the expenses of those who incarcerate them, being read in audience of the parliament, his majesty and estates of parliament remit the same and consideration thereof to the lords of his highness's secret council.

  1. NAS, PA2/22, f.207v. Back