Therefore all the princes sent Jehudi
Who, according to Junius, was the king's apparitor: he is described by his descent, the son of Nethaniah, the son of Shelemiah, the son of Cushi;
him the princes sent, being not one of their body, but a servant at court: to Baruch;
who was very probably still in the temple, where Micaiah left him: saying, take in thine hand the roll wherein thou hast read in the ears
of the people, and come;
that is, to the king's palace, to the secretary's office, where they were, and bring the roll along with him he had been reading to the people, and of which Micaiah had given them some account; and which had such an effect upon them, as to make them desirous of hearing it themselves; so Baruch the son of Neriah took the roll in his hand, and came unto
which showed great boldness and intrepidity in him, to go at once, without any hesitation, to court, and appear before the princes with his roll, which contained things so very disagreeable to the king and his ministry; but as he had not been afraid to read it publicly before the people in the temple, so neither was he afraid to read it before the princes at court.