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Epus. Hereford, Epus. Elien. Epus. Petrib. Epus. Cicestr. Epus. Oxon.
IE Jovis, 80 Januarii...
Then, Mr. Fuller being told, Tliat, fince his extra-
Who said, “ He would produce him, as ordered.”
And being asked, Whether he was affronted in the
* Lobby Yesterday ?"
Ds. North & Grey.
Said, " He was called Rogue and Rascal; but knew
not the Persons." Dux Bolton.
The House being moved, “ To address the King,
" that the Laws may be put in Execution against Pa-
" pifts :"
The Order following was made ; (videlicet,)
“ ORDERED, by the Lords Spiritual and Temporal King movedl,
Ds. Berkeley Str. "..in Parliament assembled, That the Lord Keeper, or mation against
" some other Lord of the Council now present, do Papitts.
“ humbly move His Majesty, from this House, That He
Ds. Godolphin. “ will be pleased to issue His Royal Proclamation, for
putting the Acts of Parliament in Execution for re-
Mr. Weaver attending (according to Order) was called Weaver about
in; and asked, " What Alterations he made in Mr. Fuller's Book.
“ Fuller's Book ?"
Who acquainted the House, “ He lodged at a Book-
- seller's, where he happened to see the Book ; and only
“ amended the sense of it in One Part of the Preface.”
And then he withdrew.
Dominus Custos Magni Sigilli declaravit præsens Par-Adjourn.
ris, nonum diem instantis Januarii, hora duodecima PRAYERS.
Auroræ, Dominis fic decernentibus.
be under an
plains of close Upon reading a Letter from Mr. William Fuller; Confinement complaining of his close Confinement in The Fleet:
IE Veneris, 9° Januarii. in The Fleet :
Ds. Bergevenny. Fuller not to After some Time, the Warden of The Fleet and
Ds. Custos Magni
Ds. Lawarr. unusual Con- Fuller attending, the Warden of The Fleet was called Epus. London.
Sigilli. finement there in ; and, by Order of the House, told,
: Ds. Mobun. Comes Pembrok, P.
Ds. Raby. “ That, if the House had thought fit to have con: Epus. Hereford. Dux Ormonde.
Ds. Byron. “ fined Mr. Fuller, they would have ordered it; and
Epus. Elien, Dux Bolton.
Ds. Vaughan. “ therefore they look on it as a Presumption in you to Epus. Cov. & Litck., Dux Schonburg Dă. Culpeper. put him under stricter Confinement than ordinary ; Epus. Petrib. March. Normanby.
Ds. Rockingham. not as a Thing done out of Respect to the House, Epus. Cicestr.
• Ds. Cornwallis.
Magnus Cameras Ds. Offulfióne. “ House, that no Confinement further than usual should
Ds. Dartinouth. “ be put upon him."
Comes Carlisle, Ds. Guilford.
Marefcallus. Ds. Godolphin.
Comes Kent. Ds. Ashburnham.
Ds. Sommers. ned again : “ whom Jones's Deposition was taken?”
Comes Shaftesbury. “ swore it before a Justice of Peace there."
Then Mr. Fuller was called inagain, and acquainted
Mr. Ellis, attending, was called in; and asked,
" What Discourse he had with Mr. Fuller?”
Who said, “ Mr. Fuller came to him, and desired to
speak with Mr. Secretary Hedges; and that he told
" at Richmond."
The Lords following took the Oaths, and made
And being asked, “ If Mr. Fuller offered to bring
Said, “ Fuller had a Warrant to send for Jones, who,
“ he said, lived at Redbridge ; and that Five Messengers
went, but could not find Mr. Jones; and another John Lord Lawarr.
“ Messenger was sent, to fetch up Fuller and the MessenCharles Lord Ofulstone.
gers: And believed, that Fuller has said, “ Mr.
Fone's was ready to attend.”
this House presently.
ORDERED, by the Lords Spiritual and Temporal' in Clerk to read
ORDERED, by the Lords Spiritual and Temporal in Parliament assembled, That, when an Order is made, the the Minutes of
Dominus Cuftos Magni Sigilli declaravit pra:sens Par- Adjourn.
Englefield; and if he did so, that then he do send to liamentum continuanduin esse usque ad et in diem Lune,
, hora undecima Au-
roræ, Dominis fic decernentibus. The like Letter to be writ to Sir John Hoby.
Mr. Fuller, attending at the Door, was called in; and asked, “What Englefield's Christian Name is ?”
I E Lunæ, 12° Januarii.
He said, " Mr. Jones went to the Secretary's Office, Arch. Cant. Ds. Cuitos Magni " and could not get Admittance; and that he carried
Ds. Lawarr. “ the Depositions to the Secretary's Office before he Epus. London.
Dux Devon, Sewes- Ds. Eure. “ published them; but the Secretary never saw them: Epus. W'igorn.
Ds. North & Grey.
Epus. Cov. & Lich.
Ds. Howard Esc.
rius. Said, “ He had not; but Mr. Jones had; and that
Comes Carlisle, “ Mr. Jones had not been out of Town; but that his
Comes Huntingdon. Ds. Cornwallis.
Comes Northampton. Ds. Stawell.
in, and told, That he should send to this House, To.
Mr. Ellis to attend.
The Question was put, “ Whether Mr. Fuller
« shall be called in, and told, That he should
It was Resolved in the Affirmative.
DIE Martis, 13° Januarii.
Domini tam Spirituales quam Temporales præsentes
Arch. Cantuar. Ds. Custos Magni
Epus. Wigorn. Dux Somerset. Ds. North & Grega
Comes Lindsey, Ds. Maynard.
Magnus Camera Ds. Mohun.
Comes Leicester: takes the Oaths. subscribed the Declaration, pursuant to the Statute.
Ds. Berkeley Str.
Ds. Dari mouth.
Comes Shaftesbury. &c. Bill tor :' " for the Security of His Majesty's Person and Govern
Comes Feversham. "ment ; and for maintaining the Succession of the
Comes Berkeley. ment."
PR A YER S.
Which were read Twice, and agreed to; and the
13 Will. III.
Epus. London. Epus. Wigorn. Epus. Sarum,
Epus. Eliens. Epus. Norwic.
DIE Lunæ, 19° Januarii.
Journals of the House of Lords.
Ds. Sommers, fuerunt :
Their Lordfhips, pr any Five of them; to meet
on Monday the Nineteenth Day of this Instant
January, ac Ten of the Clock in the Forenoon,
in the Prince's Lodgings near the House of
Peers ; and to adjourn as they please.
Ds. Howard Esc.
Dominus Cuftos Magni Sigilli declaravit præsens Par. Adjourn, nus Camerarius. Ds. Vaughan.
liamentum continuandum effe usque ad et in diem Lune,
(videlicet,) decimum nonum diem inftantis Januarii, hora
Domini tam Spirituales quam Temporales præsentes
Ds. Cuftos Magni
Dux Devon, Senel Ds. Willughby Br. Comes Montagu.
Dux Somerset. Ds. Hunsdon.
Epus. Hereford Dux Richmond.
Epus. Cow. & Lich.
Ds. Howard Esc. Viscount Longueville.
Comes Lindsey, Mag- Ds. Mohun.
Comes Carlife, Mares. Ds. Culpeper.
Ds. Berkeley S.
Ds. Cornwallis. the Oaths. subscribed the Declaration, pursuant to the Statute;
Ds. Ofulftone. (videlicet,)
Ds. Apburnham, William Lord Craven.
Comes Scarsdale. “ Redress of several other Abuses."
Ds. Howard Esc.
quently that they never took any Depositions from
them.” Lords take
The Lords following took the Oaths, and made and Whereupon, Fuller said, “ He did not positively fay, the Oaths.
subscribed the Declaration, pursuant to the Stature; " Mr. Hoby took the Depositions ;” and then withdrew.
After having heard William Fuller, at the Bar of this
House; the Orders following were made :
“ ORDERED, by the Lords Spiritual and Temporal in
“ Parliament assembled, That the Deputy Gentleman
“ Usher of the Black Rod do attend Mr. Fuller, in his Richard Lord Willughby of Broke.
" Lodgings; and keep him, that no Person speak with Fuller ex
" him until further Order." amined, about
The Lord Keeper acquainted the House, “ That;
“ ters to Sir John Hoby and Mr. Hoby; and that he Then, fonie Paragraphs in Mr. Fuller's Books being
read in Part :
It was proposed to declare, " That the Books pub- His Books
“ lished by William Filler (the one, intituled, Original cenfuzed.
“ Letters of the late King's and others, to His greatest Whereupon the Order was read, for Fuller's pro “ Friends in England, with the Depositions of Thomas ducing Mr. Thomas Fones this Day peremptorily.
Jones and Thomas Witherington, Esquires, proving
“ the Corruption lately practifed to ruin this Nation. PubThen Mr. Fuller, being called in, was asked, “ Why “ lished by Command. By William Fuller; Gent. London, “ Mr. Jones was not brought, according to their Lord
“ Printed for the Author; and fold by Mrs. Baldwin, at “ ships Order?"
“ The Oxford Arms, in Warwick Lane, 1792. The
« other, intituled, Twenty-fix Depositions of Persons of He said, “ He received the Order ; and that Mr.
« Quality and Worth, with Letters of the late Queen, Jones came to Town on Wednesday last; and that he
“ Father Corker, and several others, writ by Mrs. Mary went to the Earl of Manchester, Secretary of State, “ Grey ; proving the whole Management of the suppo, -" for a Warrant to secure him; but the Earl of Man
“ fititious Birth of the pretended Prince of Wales; and chester said, “ He would have nothing to do with
" that the said Mary Grey was barbarously murdered, " the Business ;” and Mr. Jones being told so, he went
“ by the French King's immediate Order.' Published by « out of Town."
« Command. The Third Edition.) do contain in them
“ divers false, malicious, and scandalous Libels upon Then, Fuller being asked, " If he could name any
“ several Members of both Houses of Parliament, and
“ is of dangerous Consequence to the Government."
It being proposed, “ To leave out these Words [" and
“ is of dangerous Consequence to the Government:"]
“ liñed by William Fuller ; one, intituled, Ori-
ginal Letters of the late King's, and others, to
“ His greatest I'riends in England; the other, Also another Letter from Mr. Fuller, dated this Day, “ intituled, Twenty-fix Depositions of Persons of
“ Quality and Worth; are contained divers false,
« malicious, and fcandalous Matters, reflecting
several Members of both Houses of Pár-
“ liament, which is of dangerous Consequence Said, “ He gave a little Sum of Money to the late " to the Government?” “ Warden of The Fleet; and had not absconded since ;
It was Resolved in the Affirmative. " and therefore had his Liberty still.”
L. R ver) Wen
And being asked, “ Who hath supplied him with “ It is Resolved, by the Lords Spiritual and Tem66 Subsistence ?"
“poral in Parliament assembled, That, in the Books
“ published by William Fuller ; 'one, intituled, Original Said, “ Mr. Englefield in Part had supplied him; and o that one Mr. Prime, at The Red Bull in Budg-Row, « Friends in England ; the other, intituled, Twenty-six
“ Letters of the late King's and others, to His greatest “ had supplied him sometimes with Twenty or Thirty
Depositions of Persons of Quality and Worth ; are con“ Shillings at a Time; and that he had not received
“ tained divers false, malicious, and fcandalous Matters, " from him above Four Pounds in all."
“ reflecting upon feveral Members of both Houses of And being asked, "Who paid for his Suit of Cloaths?" “ Parliament, which is of dangerous Consequence to
" the Government. Said, They were not paid for.”
Then Sir John Hoby and Mr. Hoby's Letters, dated It is ORDERED; by the Lords Spiritual and Tem-Fuller com. 14th January, 1701, were read; wherein they both poral in Parliament assembled, That the Deputy Gentle-mitted Prison declare, “ That they never saw Mr. Thomas Jones or man Usher of the Black Rod do deliver William Fuller Fleet, " Mr. John Englefield, or either of them; and conse to the Warden of The Fleet.
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