[Act passed; addition to commissioners of supply; draft act read]

Prayers said, rolls called.

Minutes of the last sederunt read.

Act anent the supply read a second time, and, after some debate, the vote being stated approve the act as brought in from the committee or not, and carried in the affirmative.

Ordered that at the next sederunt of parliament the members concerned bring in lists of such commissioners of supply as they desire to be added to the number.

Draft of an act for a union between the kingdoms of Scotland and England brought in from the committee for security, read a first time and ordered to lie on the table.

[Recommendation made; petition read; act passed]

Recommended to her majesty's high commissioner the transmitting of the parliament's answer to her majesty.

Petition by James [Douglas], earl of Morton anent his right to the isles of Orkney and Shetland read, and a draft of a deliverance recommending the earl's case to her majesty read, voted and approved.

Ordered that the recommendation now made, with the recommendation from the parliament 1693, be presented to her majesty by the secretaries of state.

Act anent the supply of 10 and a half month's cess upon the land rent touched by her majesty's high commissioner with the sceptre in the usual manner.

[Committees appointed to meet; continuation]

The committees appointed to meet on Monday at 10 o'clock.

The lord chancellor, by order of her majesty's high commissioner, adjourned the parliament until Tuesday next 10 o'clock.

[Patrick Hume, earl of] Marchmont, chancellor, in the presence of the lords of parliament

  1. NLS. A.115.a.1, nos.6 (Printed minutes) or NAS. PA6/36, 6, f.1.