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We were here the Lord's day and well Entertained at the Angel.
The synod called Synodus Coloniensis saith, that the Lord's day hath been famous in the church ever since the apostles 'time.
The greatest matters were a bill for the Lord's day (which it seems the Lords have lost, and so cannot be passed, at which the Commons are displeased); the bills against Conventicles and Papists (but it seems the Lords have not passed them), and giving his Majesty four entire subsidys; which last, with about twenty smaller Acts, were passed with this form: The Clerk of the House reads the title of the bill, and then looks at the end and there finds (writ by the King I suppose) "Le Roy le veult," and that he reads.
Augustine saith, "That the Lord's day was declared unto the church by the resurrection of the Lord upon that day: Et ex illo coepit habere festivitatem suam; and by Christ it was first ordained to be kept holy."