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.
NASSAU, Henry de, Bill for naturalizing him, and others, read, 15 Apr. Committed, 20. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 24. Passed, 29. Agreed to by Lords, 7 May. Royal Assent, 11.
Nation, State of, to be considered in a Committee of the whole
House, 22 Jan. Considered, and Report of Resolutions, that
King James II. having endeavoured to subvert the Constitution,
and withdrawn himself out of the Kingdom, has abdicated the
Government, and the Thorne is become vacant; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 28 Jan.-That it is inconsistent with
the Safety of this Kingdom to be governed by a Popish Prince;
Lords Concurrence to be desired, 29. Returned from Lords,
with Amendments to the First; Amendments disagreed to;
Committee to assign Reasons, 2 Feb. Report; Conference
desired, and agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held,
and reported, 4. Conference desired by Lords, and agreed to;
Managers appointed; additional Managers; Conference held,
and reported; free Conference with Lords to be desired; Managers appointed, 5. Free Conference desired, agreed to, and
held, 6. Lords Concurrence signified, 7.
-, - State of, to be considered in a Committee of the whole House, 2 & 3 Aug. Considered, and Report of Progress, 3. -Report of Resolution, that House be moved to order Account of Trade with France for Four Years, ending at Michaelmas, 6.
Naturalization, Bills of. Vide Protestants, Schomberg, Denmark, Nassau, and Astley.
Navy. Vide Supply.
-, - Bill to prevent Forfeitures of Officers thereof, ordered, and recommended to the Care of one Member, 13 May. Read, 24.-Committee to consider Ways to provide for Seamen wounded, and Families of those slain, in King's Service, 21 May. Committees added, 23 & 28. Instruction, 25 June. Report; Motion that St. Catherine's Hospital, and the Revenue thereof, may be applied to this Purpose, referred to the same Committee, 15 July.
Nevile, Mr. Baron, to attend, 13 June. Examined, 14.
Newcastle upon Tyne, Bill for Court of Conscience, ordered, 12 Apr. Presented, 27. Read, 14 May. Committed, 20, Reported, and to be ingrossed, 8 June. Passed, 21. Agreed, to by Lords, 2 July. Royal Assent, 25.
Newport new Writ, 18 May.
Noel, Mr. Edward, to attend, with Books relating to Excise, and by what Authorities it was collected from the Death of Charles II. to the Parliament of James II. 15 July. Examined, Books presented, 17. Returned, 12 Aug.
Norfolk and Norwich, Petitions from, 27 Mar. & 20 June. Vide Aulnagers.
North, Sir Dudley, to attend, and give Account by what Authority the Customs were collected from the Death of Charles II. to the Parliament of James II. 15 July. Books presented, 17.
Northampton Petitions from, 3 May. Vide Leather.-20 June. Vide Norwich.
Norwich, Bill for Court of Conscience, ordered, 3 Apr.
-, - Petition from, 13 Apr. Vide Supply.
-, - Stuffs, Petition for Bill to settle Measure of them; Committee to prepare it; Petitions presented, and referred, 11 May. Committee revived, and Order for sitting; Committees added, 7 June.
Nottingham County, new Writs, 4 Feb. & 19 Mar.
-, - Earl of. Vide Privileges.
1° Gul. & Mar. Parl. 1. Sess. 2. A. 1689.
NATION, State of, to be considered in a Committee of the whole House, 2. 6. 11. 13. 22. & 25 Nov. 10 & 12 Dec. Considered, 13, 14. 23. & 26 Nov. & 14 Dec. Report of Progress, 13 Nov. Of Resolutions relating to the want of Convoys, 14.-Relating to Commissary Shales; Debate thereon adjourned, 26. Resumed 27. Vide Address.-relating to Miscarriages in Ireland, and to the publick Revenue, when the King accepted the Administration of the Government, 14 Dec. Vide Address.
Naturalization, Bills of. Vide Watts, Legrand, Rogerson, and Foubert.
Navy, Committee to receive Informations touching victualling; Informers to have Privilege, 9 Nov.-House acquainted with a Letter from Plymouth relating thereto; Letter owned; further Information, that great Quantities of unwholsome Victuals had been furnished, attested by Members; Commissioners ordered into Custody, 23. Their Petition; Question that they be admitted to Bail, Affirmative; Orders thereupon, 5 Dec.-Account of the Condition of Provisions and Victuals at Plymouth, ordered, 10. Presented, 16 Jan.-Committee to consider ways to provide for Seamen wounded, and Families of those slain, in King's Service, 13 Dec.
Neville, Captain, Commissioners of Admiralty to give Notice when he arrives, 21 Dec.
Norfolk, Duke of, Bill from Lords, to discharge him, upon Payment of certain Sums to Lady Teresa Russell, 9 Jan. Read, 15. Committed, 17. Reported, and passed, with an Amendment; Amendment agreed to by Lords, 20. Royal Assent, 27.
Norwich, Bill for Court of Conscience, ordered, 25 Oct. Read, 11 Nov. Committed, 16. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 12 Dec. Passed, 20.
Nottingham, Bill for settling the Corporation, ordered, 19 Dec.
2° Gul. & Mar. Parl. 2. Sess. 1. A. 1689, & 1690.
NATURALIZATION, Bills of. Vide Doryes, and Legrand.
-, - Question for Bill to naturalize all Protestants, Neg. 10 Apr.
Newcastle upon Tyne, Petition of Hostmen for Bill to settle a reasonable Allowance for Way-leave and Staith-rooms; Bill ordered, 23 Apr.
Newtown Election, Petition, 25 Mar.
2° & 3° Gul. & Mar. Parl. 2. Sess. 2. A. 1690, & 1691.
NATURALIZATION, Bill of, Vide Chambre.-Name added after Third Reading, 12 Dec.
Navy. Vide Supply.
-, - Bill for furnishing it with Seamen, ordered, and recommended to the Care of Three Members, 15 Oct. Read, 29. Committed, 18 Nov. Committees added, 27.
-, - Army, and Treasury, Estimates and Accounts relating thereto, referred to a Committee; Accounts for sick and wounded Seamen to be delivered to same Committee, 25 Oct. Other Accounts presented, and referred, 8. 10. & 14 Nov. Committees added; Committee revived, 13. Order for sitting, 13 Nov. & 19 Dec. Petitions presented, and referred, 14 & 27 Nov. Report to be made, 1 & 3 Dec. Made, 5. Consideration adjourned, 5. 12. 17. & 19. Parties to have Copies, 5. To give in their Answers, 12. Answers presented, and to be delivered to Chairman, 17. Consideration of Report resumed; Further Report of Replies to Answers delivered, 20.
Newport new Writ, 18 Nov. Election, Petition withdrawn, on account of Irregularity, 31 Dec. Another Petition, 1 Jan.
Newtown Election, Petition, 6 Oct.
Norway, Petition of Merchants trading thereto, 12 Dec. Vide Supply.
3° & 4° Gul. & Mar. Parl. 2. Sess. 3. A. 1691, & 1692.
NATION, State of, to be considered in a Committe of whole House, 30 Oct. 10. 16. 21. 27, & 28 Nov. 9. 14. & 19 Dec. Considered, and Report of Resolutions, 3 Nov.
Naturalization, Bills of. Vide Beckman, Lempster, and Monpovillion.
Navy, Petition relating to Debt thereof, 11 Jan. Vide Supply.
Newcastle under Line new Writ, 24 Dec.
Newman. Vide East-India.
Newton, Barbara and John, Bill, from Lords, for settling Lands, 15 Jan. Read, 28. Committed, 10 Feb. Reported, 13. Passed, 22. Royal Assent, 24.
Newtown Election, Petition, 22 Oct. Withdrawn; new Writ, 2 Dec.
North Mims. Vide Albury.
Nottingham County new Writ, 22 Oct.
4° & 5° Gul. & Mar. Parl. 2. Sess. 4. A. 1692, & 1693.
NASH. Vide Privileges.
Nation, State of, to be considered in a Committee of whole House, 10 Nov.
Naturalization, Bill of. Vide Sheibell.
Navy. Vide Fleet.
Newark new Writ, 28 Dec. Election, Petitions, 6 Feb. Order for hearing, 24.
New Forest, Bill for Preservation of Timber therein, presented, 9 Jan. Read, 11. Order for Second Reading, 14 & 19 Jan. & 3 Feb. Read; Question for Commitment, Neg. 8.
Newport new Writ, 21 Nov.
Nicholson. Vide Privileges.
Northchappell. Vide Petworth.
Norwood, Wm. Petition, 21 Feb. Vide Bromhall.
Nunnes. Vide Privileges.