Journal of the House of Commons: Volume 10, 1688-1693. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1802.
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1° Gul. & Mar. Parl 1. Sess. 1. A. 1688, & 1689.
HABEAS Corpus, Bill for suspending it, ordered, read
twice, and committed, 1 Mar, Reported, and to be ingrossed, 4. Returned from Lords, with an Amendment;
Amendment agreed to, 7. Royal Assent, 16.
-, -Bill, from Lords, to the same Purport, read thrice, and passed; Royal Assent, 24 Apr.
-, -Bill for Continuance thereof, ordered, and recommended to Care of one Member, 22 May. Read, 23. Committed, reported, and to be ingrossed, 24. Passed, 25. Agreed to by Lords, 27. Royal Assent, 28.
Hackney Coaches, Bill for licensing them, read, 27 Mar. Petitions relating thereto, presented, and referred, 17. 22. & 30 Apr. & 24 July. Bill committed; Instruction to establish an Academy for educating Youth, and providing for French and Irish Protestants, 22 Apr. Further Instructions, 3 & 11 May.
Hales. Vide Godden.
Hamilton, Elizabeth, Petition, 20 July. Vide Supply.
Harbord, Mr. Vide Privileges.
Harrison, Edmund, Petition, 18 Apr. Vide East-India.
Hastings, Robert, Petition, 15 May. Vide Westminster.
-, -new Writ, 4 June.
Hearth-money, Committee to prepare Bill for taking away the Duty, 5 Mar. Bill read, 18. Committed; Instruction to reserve to the Crown the Duty due at Lady-day next, 20. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 2 Apr. Passed, 6. Agreed to by Lords, 23. Royal Assent, 24.
Heathcote, Gilbert, Petition, 9 July. Vide France.
Hele, Richard, Bill to enable Trustees to lease his Estate, read, 6 May. Committed, 16. Reported; Report to lie on Table, 2 July. Question for Third Reading, Neg. 17. Bill passed, 23. Agreed to by Lords, 27. Royal Assent, 20 Aug.
Henley, Sir Robert, to attend, 4 & 17 June. Examined, 8 & 18.
Herbert, Admiral, to be thanked for his good Services against
the French, 18 May. Thanked by Speaker; his Answer,
-, -Sir Edward, excepted out of the Bill of Indemnity, 18 June, & 1 July.
Hereford City, new Writ, 19 May. Election, Petition, 25 June. Report, 6 Aug.
Herning. Vide Privileges.
Hertford, Petition from, 26 Mar. Vide Supply.
Hext, Amias, Petition, 23 July. Vide Supply.
Higham-ferrars new Writs, 4 Feb. & 29 June.
Hill. Vide Solley.
Hinton, Benjamin, and Servants, to be examined by a Committee, in relation to Payments to Mr. Ireland, 13 July. Committee impowered to inquire of Sir John Moore, touching Payments by him made; Committee added, 17.
Holland, Extract of Treaty therewith, ordered, 23 Mar. Presented, 26.
Holloway, Sir Richard, to attend, 13 June. Examined, 14. Excepted out of Bill of Indemnity, 18.
Holmes, Sir Robert. Vide Privileges.
Hornby, Joseph, Petition, 17 July. Vide Supply.
House meets-chuses Speaker, Clerk, Clerk-Assistant, and Serjeant, 22 Jan.-called; Defaulters and new Members to be called, 22. Called, and Defaulters noted, 26.-House to be called, 7. 15. 22. & 26 Mar. 3. 12. 22. & 24 Apr. 3. 11. 24. & 31 May, & 4 June. Called; Defaulters noted, 11 May.-Vacant Scats to be supplied. Vide Vacancies.-With Speaker and Mace, attends the Prince of Orange at St. James's, 22 Jan. At Whitehall, 13 Feb. The King at Whitehall, 5 & 8 Mar. & 12 Apr.-desires Dr. Burnett to preach, 22 Jan. Thanks him, 1 Feb. Dr. Sharpe, 28 Jan. Thanks him, 1 Feb. Dean of Canterbury, 30 May. He excuses himself on account of illness, 31. Mr. Tennison and Mr. Wake, 31 May. Thanks them, 6 June.-special Resolution, appointing a Time for sitting, 29 Jan.-Meets to go to Church, 30 & 31 Jan. & 5 June. To attend the King at Whitehall, 5 Mar. & 12 Apr.-Thanks the Clergy for their Opposition to Popery, the pretended dispensing Power, and ecclesiastical Commission, 1 Feb. Archbishop's Answer, 2. Thanks the Army, for their adherence to the Protestant Religion, and for being instrumental in preserving the Kingdom from Popery and Slavery, 1 Feb. Marshal Scomberg's Answer, 4. Thanks Admiral Herbert, for his good Services against the French; his Answer, 21 May.-Proceedings interrupted by Messages from Lords, 7 Feb. 6, 7. 11. 21. & 28 Mar. 5 & 18 Apr. 31 May, & 25 July. By an Address from the City of London, 13 Mar. By Messages from the King, 21 Mar. & 9 Apr. By Managers from a Conference, 31 May.-Permits Clerk Assistant to quit their Service, 6 Mar.-To be acquainted if Member refuses to give Evidence, or is charged, at a Committee, 16.-Journals and Votes read, 22.-Inquires by Serjeant why several Rooms are not kept for use of Parliament, 25 Mar. His Report, 26.-Resumed, upon a Difference in a Committee who should take the Chair, 25 Mar. & 5 Apr.-Special Resolution for sitting, 28 Mar.-Thanks Speaker, and desires him to print his Speech on presenting the Poll Bill, 3 May.-To sit every Morning at Eight o'Clock, and proceed upon publick Business, 24 June.-Accepts the Invitation of Lord Mayor to dine, 19 Oct.
Howard, Lady, Petition, 20 July. Vide Supply.
Hull, Petition of Masters of Ships and Mariners; Colonel Copley, and Petitioners, to attend, 16 Aug. Examined; Resolution, and Proceedings thereupon; Informations to be redelivered to Colonel Copley, 17.
Humberson, Mr. and Sampson, to attend, with Books for the Collection of Customs, and by what Authorities they were collected, from the Death of Charles II. to the Parliament of James II. 15 July. Examined; Books presented, 17. Returned, 10 Aug.
Humphryes, Vide Privileges.
Hungerford, Sir Edward. Vide Privileges.
Huntington, Petition from, 20 June. Vide Norwich.
-, -Earl of, excepted out of the Bill of Indemnity, 1 July.
Hutchins, Henry, Petition, 22 Apr. Vide Hackney Coaches.
1° Gul. & Mar. Parl. 1. Sess. 2. A. 1689.
HADDOCK, Sir Richard. Vide Navy.
Hagar, George, Petition, 25 Jan. Vide Paper.
Hales. Vide Godwin.
-, -Sir Edward, examined; charged in the Tower, by Warrant, for high Treason, 26 Oct.
-, -Charles, examined, and discharged from further Attendance, 26
Hall. Vide Stockbridge.
Hastings Election, Petition, 4 Nov. Report to be made, 8 & 11 Jan. Made. 17.
Helena Sancta, Committee to examine who procured the Commission, and sent the Instructions, for executing martial Law there, 6 Nov.
Henshaw. Vide Privileges.
Hereford, Lord Viscount, Bill, from Lords, for settling a Jointure, notwithstanding Minority, 12 Dec. Read, 13. Committe 1, 14. Reported, and passed, 18. Royal Assent, 23.
Hewes. Vide Stockbridge.
Hill. Vide Convoys.
Holloway, Sir Richard, to attend, 20 Jan. Examined, 25.
Hooper. Vide Convoys.
Horrell. Vide Convoys.
House meets, 23 Oct.-To be called, 23 Oct. & 1 Jan. Called; Orders, and Proceedings thereupon, 31 Oct. 11 Nov. & 7 Jan.-desires Dr. Birch to preach, 25 Oct. Thanks him, 6 Nov.-desires Dr. Tillotson and Mr. Scot to preach, 22 Jan. -Journals read, 25 Oct. 9 Nov. 10 & 23 Jan.-Collection to be made for Officers, 31 Oct.-Votes and Transactions not to be published without Speaker's Leave, 8 Nov.-Proceedings interrupted by Messages from Lords, 9-from the King, 23 Dec. & 27 Jan.-Thanks Dr. Walker for his Services at Londonderry; his Answer, 19 Nov.-Acts read, 23 Dec.- With Speaker and Mace, attends King at Whitehall, 23.- Permits Clerk to attend at Lords Bar, 7 Jan.-Resumed upon a Difference in a Committee who should take the Chair, 21 Jan.
How. Vide Privileges.
Howell. Vide Privileges.
2° Gul. & Mar. Parl. 2. Sess. 1. A. 1689, & 1690.
HACKNEY Coaches, Bill for regulating them, ordered, and recommended to Care of one Member, 10 May. Read, 12. Committed, 16 & 19. Petition against Bill presented, and referred, 16.
Hagar, George, Petition, 3 Apr. Vide Paper.
Hamilton, Catharine, Petition, 16 May. Vide Supply.
Harwich Election, Petition, 27 Mar.
Hastings Election, Petition, 1 Apr.
Helstone Election, Petition, 2 Apr.
Hertford County Election, and double Return; Petition, 25 Mar. Report to be made, 25 & 28 Apr. Made; Return amended, 30.
Highways and Streets, Committee to prepare Bill for repairing them, 25 Mar. Committees added, 28.
Hobby, Elizabeth, Bill, from Lords, for granting an Annuity in lieu of Jointure, 6 May. Read, 7. Committed, 8. Reported, 9. Passed, with Amendments, 10. Amendments agreed to by Lords, 12. Royal Assent, 20.
House meets-sworn by Lord Steward and Deputies, 20 Mar.- To sit every Morning at 9 o'Clock, 24.-With Speaker and Mace, attends the King at Whitehall, 24 Mar. & 28 Apr. -Meets, to attend King at Whitehall, 24 Mar. & 28 Apr. To go to Church, 16 Apr.-Table of Fees to be prepared for Officers, 26 Mar. Vide Officers.-Resumed upon a Difference in a Committee who should take the Chair, 27.-Proceedings interrupted by Information against a Delinquent, 2 Apr. By a Message from the King, 20 May.-Desires Dr. Tillotson to preach, 11 Apr. Thanks him, 17.-desires Dr. Sharpe to preach, 16 May. Thanks him, 22.-Order that House only do alter Returns, 12 Apr.-to be called, 29 Apr. & 6 May.
Hudson's Bay Company, Petition for Bill to confirm their Trade; Bill ordered, 7 Apr. Presented, 9. Read, 12. Committed, 28 Apr. Petitions against Bill, presented, and referred, 28 Apr. & 5 May. Bill reported, and to be ingrossed, 10. Passed, 13. Returned from Lords, with an Amendment; Amendment agreed to, 16. Royal Assent, 20.
2° & 3° Gul. & Mar. Parl. 2. Sess. 2. A. 1690, & 1691.
HABERDASHERS Company, Petition for Bill for settling a Charity given to them; Bill ordered, 18 Nov. Presented, 20. Read, 24. Committed, 1 Dec. Committees added, 3. Bill reported, and to be ingrossed, 4. Passed, 12. Returned from Lords, with Amendments, 17. Amendments agreed to; Royal Assent, 20.
Hackney Coaches, Bill for regulating them, ordered, 17 Oct. Order for reading, 20 & 24 Nov. Read, 28. Order for Second Reading, 9 & 15 Dec.-Another to same Purport, presented, 1 Nov. Order for reading, 20 & 24. Read, 28. Order for Second Reading, 9 & 15 Dec.
Hallamshire, Petition from, 1 Nov. Vide African.
Hamburgh, Petition of Merchants trading thereto, 30 Oct. Vide Pinmaking.
Harrison to be brought to a Committee by Marshall of the King's Bench, 19 Nov. Vide King's Bench.
Herefordshire, Petitions from, 25 Nov.
Herne, Sir Jos. Vide Privileges.
Hewett, Robert, Petition, 10 Nov. Vide Mutiny.
Hickman, Dr. desired to preach, 10 Oct. Thanked, 20.
Highways, Bill for enlarging and repairing them, ordered, 18 Oct. Presented, 4 Nov. Read, 6. Committed, 12 & 15.
Hildyard, Philip, Bill, from Lords, to sell Lands, and settle others in lieu, 17 Nov. Read, 19. Committed, 27. Committees added, 29. Bill reported, 3 Dec. Passed, 13. Royal Assent, 20.
Hindon new Writ, 31 Mar.
Holborn. Vide Tower.
House meets, 8 Sept.-to be called, 6 Oct. Called; Order thereupon, 13.-meets to attend King and Queen at Whitehall, 9. -desires Dr. Hickman to preach, 10. Thanks him, 20.- desires Dr. Freeman to preach, 20. Thanks him, 6 Nov. -Collection to be made for Officers; Speaker to distribute it, 15 Dec.
Hume, Lady, Petition for a Saving in the Bill of Attainder, read, upon special Resolutions, 6 Dec.
Hutchinson, John, and Wife, Petition for Bill to sell Lands, Bill ordered, 3 Nov. Presented, 19.
3° & 4° Gul. & Mar. Parl. 2. Sess. 3. A. 1691, & 1692.
HACKNEY Coaches, Bill for regulating them, ordered, 24 Nov. Presented; Question for reading, Neg. 28. Read, 1. Jan.
Halford, Sir Wm. Bill, from Lords, to sell Lands for Payment of Debts and Legacies, 5 Jan. Read, 22. Committed; Petitions against Bill, presented, and referred, 8 Feb. Bill reported, 18. Passed, with Amendments, 20. Amendments Agreed to by Lords, 22. Royal Assent, 24.
Halladay, Wm. and others, Petition, 2 Dec. Vide East India.
Halsted, Henry, Bill, from Lords, for leasing Prebend of Oldstreet in St. Paul's, 14 Jan. Read, 2 Feb. Committed; Petition against Bill, presented, and referred, 9. Bill reported, and passed, with an Amendment, 14. Amendment agreed to by Lords, 16. Royal Assent, 24.
Hamond, Anne, Petition, 19 Feb. Vide Cambridge.
Harwich, Mayor of. Vide Privileges.
Hase, George, and others, Petition, 1 Dec. Vide Aulnage.
Hatton, Lord Viscount, Bill, from Lords, to settle Lands on him, subject to a Fee-farm Rent, 4 Dec. Read, 5. Committed, 9. Reported, and passed, with Amendments, 14. Amendments agreed to by Lords, 15. Royal Assent, 24.
Hawkers and Pedlars, Bill for suppressing them, ordered, 12 Nov. Read, 21. Committed, 25. Committees added, 28 Nov. 2. 4, 5. 8. & 10 Dec. Bill reported, and re-committed, 5 Jan. Committees added, 7. Bill reported from Re-commitment; previous Question for Ingrossment, Neg. 16.
Hayes. Vide Fuller.
Heath. Vide East-India.
Hemp and Flax, Bill to ascertain Tythes thereof, read, 21 Nov. Committed, 1 Dec. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 5. Passed, 7. Returned from Lords, with an Amendment; Amendment agreed to, 14. Royal Assent, 24.
Hereford County, Election, Petition, 22 Oct.
Hertford County, Bill for repairing Highways therein, ordered, 2 Nov. Read, 14. Committed. 23 & 30 Nov. 16. 19. & 23 Jan. & 12 Feb.
Highwaymen, Bill to encourage apprehending them, ordered, 22 Jan. Presented, 29. Read, 3 Feb. Committed, 12.
Highways, Committee to prepare Bill for amending them, 28 Oct. Committees added; Instruction relating to settling the Rates of Waggoners and Carriers, 11 Nov. Report; Bill presented, 24. Read, 4 Dec. Committed, 7 Jan. Reported, 18. Debate on Bill adjourned, 18 & 19. Resumed; Bill to be ingrossed; Clause ordered, 20. Bill passed, 26. Returned from Lords, with an Amendment; Amendment agreed to, 13 Feb. Royal Assent, 24.
Hildyard, Philip, Bill, from Lords, to sell Lands for Payment of Debts, 9 Feb. Read, 11. Committed, 12. Reported, 17. Passed, 20. Royal Assent, 24.
Holborn and Finsbury Divisions, Bill for Court of Conscience, ordered, 3 Nov.
Holister. Vide East-India.
House meets, 22 Oct.-with Speaker and Mace, attends the King at Whitehall, 29.-Act read, 30.-Desires Dr. Jane to preach, 30. Thanks him, 27 Nov.-desires Mr. Fleetwood to preach, 31 Oct. Thanks him, 6 Nov. Thanks Dean of St. Paul's for his Sermon, 1 Feb. To be called, 30 Oct. 18 & 29 Dec. 8 & 14 Jan. Called, 4 Nov. & 12 Jan. Orders and Proceedings touching Defaulters, 4 & 16 Nov. 18 & 29 Dec. & 8 & 14 Jan.-orders the Cieling and Roof to be viewed by Officers of Works, 12 Dec. Their Report; Committee to view them, 1 Jan. Their Report; Resolution thereupon, 9. Vide Address. Officers of Works and Committee to view them together, 18.-Thanks General Ginckle for his Services in Ireland, 4 Jan. His Answer; 8.-Orders Committee to inquire into Matters, tho' Members are concerned, 1 Feb.- Resumed on a Difference who should take the Chair in a Committee, 20 Feb.
Hudson's Bay Company. Vide Felt-makers.
4° & 5° Gul. & Mar. Parl. 2. Sess. 4. A. 1692, & 1693.
HACKNEY Coachmen Petition, 3 Feb. Vide Supply.
Hameldon, Bill, from Lords, for settling Manors and Lands therein, 25 Jan. Read, 3 Feb. Committed, 21. Reported, 2 Mar. Passed with Amendments, 6. Amendments agreed to by Lords, 8.
Hamilton, James, Petition to be heard at Bar, 21 Jan. Vide Mines.
Harcourt, Simon, Petition, 12 Dec. Vide Crown Office.
Harwich, Mayor of Vide Privileges.
Hawley, Henry, Bill, from Lords, to sell Lands for the Benefit of Children, 13 Dec. Read, 16. Committed, 23. Reported, 29. Passed, 31. Royal Assent, 20 Jan.
Hemp and Flax, Bill for ascertaining the Tythes, ordered, 18 Jan: Presented, 20. Read; Question for Second Reading, Neg. 11 Mar.
Hereford County new Writ, 11 Jan.
Hertford County, Bill to repair Highways therein, ordered, 4 Jan. Presented, 6. Read, 13. Committed, 23. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 25. Passed, 3 Feb. Agreed to by Lords, 11.
Highwaymen, Bill to encourage apprehending them, presented, 26 Nov. Read, 29. Committed; Instruction, 1 Dec. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 7 Feb. Passed, 11. Agreed to by Lords, 17.
Hinde, Abraham, Bill, from Lords to sell Lands for Payment of Debts, 9 Feb. Read, 20. Committed, 23. Reported, 6 Mar. Passed, 7.
Hobbs, Thomas, and others, Petition, 18 Nov. Vide Lights.
Holborn and Finsbury Divisions, Bill for Court of Conscience, ordered, 17 Jan. Presented, 20.
Holloway, Edith, and others, Petition relating to East India Company, referred to a Committee, 18 Jan.
Holt. Vide Privileges.
Horners Company Petition, 24 Nov. Vide Lights.
Horseley, Long. Vide Petworth.
Horton, Richard, Petition, 12 Dec. Vide Crown Office.
House meets, 4 Nov.-to be called, 4 Nov. 15 & 22 Dec. 2. 16, & 27 Jan. 2 & 10 Feb. Called; Orders and Proceedings thereupon, 14 Nov. & 2 Jan.-thanks Dr. Manningham for his Sermon, 10 Nov.-thanks Admiral Russel for his Courage and Conduct in a late Victory, 11.-with Speaker and Mace, attends the King and Queen at Whitehall, 14. The King, 9 Mar.-sends a Madman, who pressed into House, to the Governor of Bedlam Hospital, 10 Dec.-Proceedings interrupted by Managers from a Conference, 21. By a Message from King, 26 Jan. By a Quarrel between Two Members, 7 Feb. -Desires Mr. Binns to preach, 19 Jan. Thanks him, 6 Feb. -Conference to be desired with Lords upon Methods of Proceedings between the Two Houses; Committees to assign Reasons, 1 Mar.
How. Vide Privileges.
Hudson's Bay Company, Petition for Bill to prevent fraudulent Sales by them, & c. Bill ordered, 30 Nov. Read; Question for Second Reading, Neg. 3 Dec.