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.
KAYE, Robert, Petition, 2 Apr. Vide Grievances.
Keeper, Lord. Vide Great Seal.
Kent, Petition from, 26 Apr. Vide Supply.
King, Messages from, to desire the House will adjourn, 15 Feb. 20 Aug. & 20 Sept.-to attend him in the House of Peers, 18 & 23 Feb. 16 & 21 Mar. 3. 9. & 24 Apr. 1. 11. 24 & 28 May. 22 & 28 June. 25 July. 20 Aug. 19 & 21 Oct.-relating to Hearth-money-to suspected Persons, 1 Mar.-to an Act of Indemnity, 25.-to the Coronation, 5 Apr.-to Irish Protestants, 9.-to appointing Commissioners for the Poll Act, 8 & 13 May. To a Recess, 12 July.-his Speech, 18 Feb. 8 & 16 Mar. 28 June, & 19 Oct.-Vote to stand by him, 27 Feb. Lords Concurrence desired, 28. Their Answer; Debate thereon; Committee to inspect Lords Journals; Report, 1 Mar. Vide Address.-Orders a Member to go into the Country, 13 May.-Vote, that Protestants, concealing Arms or Horses of Papists, are Enemies to the King, 19 June.
King's-Lynn, Petition from, 23 Apr. Vide Supply.
Kirke, Mary, Petition, 20 July. Vide Supply.
Knaresborough Election, and double Return, Petitions, 26 & 28 Jan. Report; Return to be amended, 21 Mar.
1° Gul. & Mar. Parl. 1. Sess. 2. A. 1689.
KAYE. Vide Pilkington.
Kellenger. Vide Convoys.
Kelly. Vide Privileges.
Kendall. Vide Privileges.
King, Messages from, to attend him in the House of Peers, 23
Oct. 16 & 23 Dec. & 16 Jan.-relating to Commissioners to
take an Account of the Provisions, Number, State, and Condition, of the Army in Ireland, 30 Nov.-Purport of his Speech
reported; Speech of last Sessions read, 23 Oct.-Vote to stand
by him in the Reduction of Ireland, and vigorous Prosecution
of the War against France, 24 Oct.-To be acquainted by
Speaker with Votes of the House, 2 Dec.
-, - and Queen, Bill to prevent vexatious Suits against such as have acted in their Service, ordered, 29 Nov. Read, 4 Jan. Committed, 10. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 13. Passed, 15. Returned from Lords, with Amendments, 20. Amendments agreed to, 21. Royal Assent, 27.
Knight, Sir John. Vide Privileges.
Kniveton. Vide East.
2° Gul. & Mar. Parl. 2. Sess. 1. A. 1689, & 1690.
KING, directs the House to chuse a Speaker, 20 Mar.-
Messages to attend him in the House of Peers, 20 & 21
Mar. 14 & 23 Apr. 2. 20. & 23 May.-his Speech, 22
Mar. & 23 May.-To be considered, 22 Mar. Considered,
-, - Petition recommended to King, 16 May.
-, - and Queen, Bill, from Lords, for recognizing them, read, 8 Apr. Read Second time; Question for Commitment, Neg. Bill passed, 9. Royal Assent, 14.
-, - Committee of the whole House to prepare Heads of Bill to secure Government under them, 28 Apr. Report; select Committee to prepare Bill, 29. Bill read, 5 May.
-, - Committee to prepare Bill for securing the Government against all Conspirators, 15 May. Committee added, 17. Bill read, 19. Committed, 20 & 22. Names of Persons in Rebellion, read; Order thereupon; Report of Progress, 20.
Kingdom, Committee of the whole House to consider ways to preserve the Peace thereof, 13 May. Report, that House be moved to appoint Committee to inquire into the listing disaffected Persons in Arms without Commissions; Committee appointed accordingly, 14 May. Vide Papists.
Knaresborough Election, and double Return, Petitions, 24 Mar. & 2 Apr. Report to be made, 10 May. Made; Return to be amended, 17. Amended, 19.
2° & 3° Gul. & Mar. Parl. 2. Sess. 2. A. 1690, & 1691.
KELLINGTON new Writ, 2 Oct.
King, Messages to attend him in the House of Peers, 2 Oct. 10. 18. & 25 Nov. 20 Dec. & 5 Jan.-his Speech, 2 Oct. To be considered, 6. Considered, 8.-Another Speech to be considered, 25 Nov. Considered, 27.-Another, 20 Dec. To be considered, 20 & 22. Considered, 23. Vide Supply.
Kingdom, Bill, from Lords, to prevent vexatious Suits against such as have acted in its Defence, 29 Nov. Order for reading, 2 Dec. Read, 6. Order for Second Reading, 13. Committed, 15, 24. & 31. Lords put House in mind of Bill, 24. Bill to be reported, 1 Jan. Reported, and passed, with Amendments, 2. Amendments agreed to by Lords, 3. Royal Assent, 5.
King's Bench, Petition of Prisoners, complaining of Oppressions, referred to a Committee, 11 Nov. Other Petitions presented, and referred, 11 Nov. & 20 Dec. Committees added 18 Nov. Prisoners to be examined by Committee, 19.-Petition complaining of Abuses from Keeper, 17 Dec. Vide Privileges.
Knight. Vide Privileges.
Knowles, Sarah, Petition referred to a Committee, 21 Oct.
Committees added, 29 Oct. 18 & 28 Nov. & 17 Dec.
-, - John. Vide Privileges.
3° & 4° Gul. & Mar. Parl. 2. Sess. 3. A. 1691, & 1692.
KEBLE, John, Bill, from Lords, to sell Lands, and settle others to same Uses, 28 Jan. Read, 6 Feb. Committed, 11. Reported, 19. Passed, with Amendments, 23. Amendments agreed to by Lords; Royal Assent, 24.
Kelson, Rodney, Petition, 18 Jan. Vide Curtis.
Kent new Writ, 22 Oct.
King, Messages to attend him in House of Peers, 22 Oct. 24 &
31 Dec. & 24 Feb.-Relating to French Protestants, 17 Feb.
-his Speech, 22 Oct. To be considered, 27. Considered,
30.-Another Speech, 31 Dec. & 24 Feb. Vide Supply.
-, - and Queen, Bill, from Lords, against corresponding with their Enemies, 5 Feb. Read, 6. Lords put House in mind of Bill; Order for Second Reading, 18. Bill committed, 19. Reported, and passed, with Amendments, 20. Amendments agreed to by Lords, 22. Royal Assent, 24.
-, - recommends a Petition, 17 Feb.
King's Bench, Marshal to bring Prisoners to Bar, 2 & 5 Dec. &
-, - Bill to prevent malicious Informations, and reverse Outlawries, therein, ordered, 5 Dec. Read, 11. Committed, 23. Committees added, 14 Jan. Bill reported, and to be ingrossed, 16. Passed, 23. House put Lords in mind of Bill, 20 Feb.
Knighton. Vide Privileges.
4° & 5° Gul. & Mar. Parl. 2. Sess. 4. A. 1692, & 1693.
KERNE. Vide Ireland.
Killigrew, Henry, Petition relating to Lotteries; Question that it be referred to Committee on Bill, Neg. 1 Feb.
King, Messages to attend him in House of Peers, 4 Nov. 20 &
26 Jan. & 14 Mar.-With Answer to an Address of last Session, 14 Nov.-Relating to Forces to be kept in England,
3 Dec.-His Speech, 4 Nov. To be considered, 10. Considered, 15.-Part, whereby he asks Advice, to be considered
in Committee of whole House, 15. 19. 21. 23. 26. & 30
Nov. 2. 5. 8. & 12 Dec. Reports referred, 21 & 28 Nov.
Report of Progress, 21. 23. 26. & 30 Nov. Report of
Resolution, that House be moved to appoint a Committee to
consider how the Army abroad may be supplied with all Necessaries of English Growth, 12 Dec. Vide Army.-Further
Report touching Mismanagement of publick Affairs, and a
Method of remedying it, to be made, 16 & 17. Made, and in
part considered, 11 Jan.-To be put in mind of several Addresses for Preferment for Chaplain, 8 Dec.
-, -and Queen, Bill for Preservation of their Persons and Government, ordered, 1 Dec. Read, 10. Read Second time; Question for Commitment, Neg. Bill rejected, 14.
King's Bench, Bill to prevent malicious Informations, and reverse Outlawries, ordered, 21 Nov. Read, 24. Committed, 3 Dec. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 14. Passed, 2 Jan. Returned from Lords, with Amendments, 17 Feb. Amendments disagreed to; Committee to assign Reasons, 22. Report; Conference desired, and agreed to, 28. Managers appointed; go to Conference, and report, that Lords House is not sitting; Resolution thereupon; Message from Lords, with the Reason of their not coming at the Time appointed, 1 Mar. Another Conference to be desired, 2. Desired, agreed to, held, and reported, 3. Lords Concurrence signified, 4.
Kingdom, Bill, from Lords, to prevent vexatious Suits against such as have acted in Defence of it, 7 Jan. Read, 27 Feb. Order for Second Reading, 28. Committed, 1 & 8 Mar. Reported, 9. Passed, with Amendments, 10. Amendments agreed to by Lords, 11.
Kingston upon Hull, Petition from, 21 Dec. Vide Woollen.
Kirkby Overble w. s. Vide Petworth.
Knaresborough new Writ, 9 Mar.