Pleas. Hereby the honour of her Majesty, the justice of the realm, and the safety of merchants using traffic with those countries is in question; for by the often granting of such prohibitions the pursuit of causes is so tedious and chargeable to the complainants that either they are enforced to give over their suits or else to spend far more in charges than their principal amounts unto, oftentimes to their utter undoing and to the great slander of justice. Mr. Sergeant Yelverton, Mr. Attorney, Mr. Solicitor and Mr. Francis Bacon are therefore instructed to meet and consider how such prohibitions ought to be awarded.