By Terence Hartley
The files assembled during this quantity have been chosen by way of Sir John Neale and lots of of them have been utilized in his research of the home of Commons and in his two-volume research of Elizabeth's parliaments. they're divided into the diaries or journals complied by way of person contributors at the one hand, and at the different, separate bills of speeches meant for, or introduced, in Parliament, and of different complaints in relation to unmarried concerns. the foundations on which this compilation has been awarded are in keeping with these within the first quantity, topic to the amendment followed within the moment.
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9. 39v-4i, 86-8v. 10. 11. 12. 1314. 15. 16. 17. See below. g. 29-30, 4iv-44, 44V-46. 47. 57V. 62V. 63. 74v-75. 18 The status of foreign retailers was another contentious issue during this parliament, and the journalist devoted considerable time to it. On 20 March the proceedings of the committee considering the activities of resident foreign retailers were reported to the House and guidance sought about 'the necessitie of this lawe'. 20 There is a strong hint in what is said here of the politics of interest groups and a timely reminder, should we need it, that the Commons was by no means a monolithic structure.
This is evidence of the balanced account produced by the anonymous journalist, balanced in large measure because of its fulsomeness and the willingness of the journalist, or compiler, to produce much more than a mere sketch of proceedings. Here we have coverage of a wide range of legislative matters and some signs of a sharp eye for recording in the broadest sense how the Commons worked, from collecting for the poor to questions of outlawry and membership. 55 The separates printed in this volume include a number of speeches of varying quality; and the parliament of 1597 offers perhaps the best illustration of how wide the variation could be.
6. 7. See Lords 3. See Lords 3. A. 30. See R. B. 454-5 for plots and intrigue generally. ii2 18 v. The Eighth Parliament: ig February-io April 1593 nobilitie, and greevances of the people, and of manye other his like serviceable articles of treacherous inquisicion. These thinges if yow well ponder with an earnest cogitacion, both of the longe continewance and chargeable mayntenance of these present warres, yow shall fmde much more cause to marvell how the moste parte of these fyve contries could be so defended with the onely revenewes of this little iland, then not to be readye to support with your owne the continewance of your owne, and without any further staye, to frame and offer (as at some tymes it hath been seene) some devise and meane by which her Majestic maye either tymely prevent, or sufficiently withstand, these instant and extreame perills wherwith her realmes be threatned.