Time of war against the Swedes in Prussia. Ordinary Sejm in Warsaw. 1627 r.
The decision to convene the Sejm was announced in July 1627. The pre-Sejm local meetings were held in August 1627. The Sejm opened session on October 12, 1627. The Marshal of the Chamber of Deputies was Jan Drucki Sokoliński, a Lithuanian notarius campestris (military field writer), but his sudden illness necessitated a replacement in the person of Aleksander Chalecki, the Marshal of Lida. The deliberations were marred by the financial problems of the Commonwealth caused by the war against the invading Swedes, and by the accusations against the king for his failure to accommodate the Swedes (who by then had occupied a significant part of the Royal and Ducal Prussia). Also issues of religious tolerance and royal mint operations figured prominently on the agenda. The proceedings ended on November 26, 1627.
See: J. Seredyka, Sejm zawiedzionych nadziei (Sejm of dashed hopes), Opole 1981; E. Opaliński, Sejm srebrnego wieku 1587 -1652 (Sejm of the Silver Age 1587-1652). Between the majority vote and liberum veto, Warsaw 2001; W. Czapliński, Sejm in the years 1587-1696, in: History of the Polish Sejm, vol. 1, Warsaw 1984, edited by J. Michalski, pp. 217-299; I. Malec-Lewandowska, Sejm walny koronny Rzeczypospolitej i jego dorobek ustawodawczy (The General Royal Sejm of the Commonwealth and its legislative achievements. 1587-1632), Kraków 2009. Ustawodawstwo (Legislation), see Volumina Constitutionum, Vol. 3, Part. II, prepared for print by. S. Grodziski, M. Kwiecień, A. Karabowicz, Foreword by W. Uruszczak, Warsaw 2013, pp. 12-34.