Journal of the House of Commons: Volume 2, 1640-1643. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1802.
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-, of the House; Judges to be desired to give them Precedence in their Motions, 23 Apr.-Sent for by Serjeant, 23 Apr.-4 May.
-, new Writ. 16 Apr.
-, House of. Vide Privileges.
-, Lord, House informed that he had been examined in the Tower, concerning the Scots Covenanters Letter to the French King, 16 Apr.
-, Sir Samuel, to forbear sitting till the Controversy is decided, 1 May.
-, Edm. 1642, Order for bailing him, 4 Jan.
-, Lieutenant, 1642, to be recommended to Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, 5 Oct.
-, Dr. 1640, Report touching a Complaint against him for Superstition in administering the Sacrament; to be sent for as a Delinquent, 25 Nov.-To be bailed, 3 Dec. Order revoked-to be heard at the Grand Committee for Religion, 4. -Order against bailing him, 19 Jan.
-, 1642, Report touching Information of his being in the King's Army; Resolution for sequestering his Living; Member to prepare Ordinance for that Purpose, 2 Feb.
-, Bedfordshire, 1642, Lecturer recommended, 23 July.
-, Lady Mary, 1641, Petition; Examiner of the Starchamber to deliver a Deed to her, 13 July. To deliver it to Clerk, as not belonging to her, 23. Clerk not to dispose of it till Notice given her, 31.
-, 1642, Order for delivering it to her, Members undertaking it shall be returned upon Demand, 21 Apr.
-, Dr. 1642, to be summoned to attend, 4 July.-Informations against him referred to the Committee for plundered Ministers, 15 Feb.
-, Mr. Curate of Greenwich, 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 24 Aug.-His Petition, and Order for his Discharge, 8 Sept.
-, 1642,Petition of Inhabitants; Lecturer recommended, 26 Sept.
-, Sir Jo. 1640, to be summoned to appear concerning levying a Tax to maintain an Organ and Organist, 1 & 13 Feb. To be sent for as a Delinquent, 22.-Discharged upon his Submission, 6 Mar.
-, 1641, has Liberty to go into the Country, upon Security for his Appearance, 9 Apr.
-, 1642,Order for defacing the Crucifix, and removing the Altar, in the Church, 10 Nov.-Lord Mayor to be moved to appoint a sufficient Guard there, 14.-Petition of Inhabitants read, and referred to Dr. Leighton's Committee, 23 Feb.
-, Ferry, 1642, Order for seizing Horses and Boats passing by, laden with Ammunition, 12 Nov.
-, House, 1641, to be searched for Arms, 10 May.- Message to Lords about removing them; Answer thereto, 17 Jan.
-, 1642, to be searched for Arms, 8 Nov.-The Committee for Propositions to consider of making it a Prison, 9.- Another Committee impowered to take 100 Mariners from thence, and dispose of them, 13.-Prisoners in Cross by House and Gresham College to be removed thither; Keeper appointed, 17 Dec.-A Committee to prepare Order for regulating the House, 23.-Order for that Purpose, 3 Jan.- Order for doubling the Guards, 2 Jan. Agreed to by Lords, with an Amendment; Amendment agreed to, with an Amendment, 4. That Amendment agreed to by Lords, 5.
-, Sir Wm. 1641, Petition referred to the Committee for Grievances, 21 July.
-, Town, 1640, Petition of Inhabitants referred to the Committee for scandalous Ministers, 9 Feb.
-, County, 1641, Lord Wharton nominated Lord Lieutenant, 10 Feb.-Petition of Gentlemen read; Speaker's Answer to Persons who preferred it, 12 Mar.-Deputy Lieutenants approved; others to be recommended, 24.
-, 1642, others approved, 26 Mar.-28 May.-1 June.-4 July.-27 Feb.-A Committee to prepare Letter to be sent down for expediting the Transportation of Forces to Ireland; Letter reported; agreed to; to be fair written, and signed by Speaker, 13 Apr.-Members to attend the Execution of the Militia; a Committee to prepare Instructions for them, 9 June. Instructions reported, and referred to another Committee; reported from them, and agreed to, 11. Lord's Concurrence signified, 13. Additional Order of Power to them, sent to Lords, 15.-Letter from Committees read, 27.-Report from them and Deputy Lieutenants referred to the Committee for Defence of the Kingdom, 16 July.-The Committee to consider of speedy Defence for the County, 29 Aug.-of speedy Relief, 5 Oct.-Order for disarming and securing Recusants and Malignants-for putting divers Justices of Peace out of the Commission; agreed to by Lords, 24.-Deputy Lieutenants added, 24 Oct.-3 Nov.-Order for proceeding to the Election of a Mayor, notwithstanding a privy Seal to the contrary, 30 Oct.-Petition of Recusants to the King, and his Answer, to be printed -Letter from thence referred to the Committee for Examinations, 12 Nov.-A Committee to examine the Officers of Dragoons that were discharged, 17.-Order about Repayment of Money to be raised for Safety of the County, 22. Agreed to by Lords, 24.-A Committee to take care Moneys raised be not employed against the Parliament, 9 Dec.-Instructions to Deputy Lieutenants read, and agreed to, 17. Conference to be desired thereupon, 29. Desired; agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, and reported; Lords Amendments agreed to, 30.-Order for levying Moneys on Malignants Estates read, and agreed to, 23 Jan.-Letter from thence to be printed, 14 Feb.-Ordinance concerning seizing Malignants Estates, 15.
-, Bishop of, 1640, a Committee to consider all Complaints against him, 23 Feb.
-, 1641, impeached of high Crimes and Misdemeanors, 4 Aug. Vide Bishops-of High Treason, 30 Dec. Vide Bishops.
-, 1642, to be allowed 100 l. a Year, 6 Apr.
-, Ignatio de, 1642, Order against issuing Warrant for apprehending him, 2 Mar.
-, 1642, Petition read, and referred to the Committee for the Navy, 1 Oct.
-, Fort, 1642, Conference desired by Lords concerning it; Messengers dismissed without Answer, 14 June. Conference desired with them; agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, 15. Earl of Warwick's Letter delivered thereat, touching Arrears to the Soldiers there, read, and referred to the Committee for the Navy, 20. Report; another Committee to consider of satisfying Part thereof, 30.-Order touching the Pay and Continuance of Soldiers there, 6 Dec.-Their Petition, and Captain Camock's Letter to Earl of Warwick, read; Resolutions thereupon, 21.-Earl of Warwick to be acquainted therewith, 31 Jan.-Order about Payment of their Arrears, 31 Jan.-20 Feb.
-, Rob. 1642, to have Warrant to transport himself to France, 12 May.
-, Tho. 1640, Petition against him referred to the Committee for the Judges, 20 Mar.
-, Mr. 1642, Ordet for his Discharge, 23.
-, Lord, 1642, to have Warrant to attend the King to Scotland, 22 Nov.-To have another to return and attend him, 27 Jan.-Letter from Lord Gray concerning the staying him; Member to prepare Answer, and desire he may be dismissed; Answer read, and agreed to, 17 Feb.-To have Warrant to come from, and return to, Oxford, and to go from thence to Scotland, 6 Mar.
-, Sir Marmaduke, High Sheriff of Yorkshire, 1640, to be summoned to attend, 14 Nov.
-, 1642, his Letter to Sir Wm. Saville read, and to be printed, 17 Nov.
-, Eden, 1640, Petition against Sir Thomas Danby read, and avowed; Order for his Attendance, 4 Feb. Petition referred to a Committee, 5.
-, Mr. 1642, committed to Colchester Gaol, 16 Jan. A Committee to consider of him and the Propositions he shall make, 17. Order for his Discharge, 23.
-, Mr. 1642, to be sent for in safe Custody. 14 Jan.
-, Rich. 1641, voted a Delinquent, for sealing the quadrupartite Indenture for imposing 40 s. a Ton on Wines, 13 Aug. To be sent for by Serjeant; Member to prepare Transmission against him, 14. Order for bailing him, 20.
-, Dominique de la, 1642, to have a Pass to go to Oxford, 10 Mar.
-, 1640, Petition referred to the Committee for Salt, 23 Feb.
-, Sir Rich. and Son, 1642, committed to the Clinke, 20 Dec.
-, a Priest, 1642, House informed he is in Custody; leaves him to his Tryal at Law, 23 Apr.
-, Richard, 1641, his Information concerning Persons who have harboured Priests read; Letter for apprehending them to be sent express to Justices; Order for bringing him up, but not as a Delinquent, 21 Feb.-A Committee to examine him, 11 Mar.
-, Wm. Archbishop of Canterbury, 1640, a Committee to prepare Charge against him, 16 Dec. Resolution for impeaching him of High Treason-Message to Lords for that Purpose, and to desire he may be sequestered, and committed; Answer thereto, 18. Order for Meeting of the Committee, 19 Dec. -4. 12. & 30, Jan.-10 & 22 Feb.-6 Mar.- Matters tending to the Charge to be communicated to them, 22 & 24 Dec.-4 Feb.-The Committee to consider of Satisfaction to Persons complaining against him-free Conference to be desired with Lords concerning the Scots Commissioners Charge against him as an Incendiary; Managers appointed. 4 Jan.-Committee to stand, 12. Petition referred, 21.-Other Petitions concerning Books seized by Order of House referred; the Committee impowered to receive all of the like Nature, 5 Feb. Articles to be reported, 22 & 23. Reported, read, and to be ingrossed, 24. Ingrossed Articles read, and sent to Lords; Report of Delivery; Messenger thanked, 26.
-, 1641, Order for bringing a Prisoner to be examined before the Committee, 19 Apr.-for their Meeting, 10. 14, 15. 21. 26, & 27, May. Committees added, 26.-Another Committee appointed to expedite the Charge, 9 June. Order for their Sitting, 10. Message to be sent to Lords, desiring them to appoint a Committee to examine Witnesses, in the Presence of some Members, 26. Sent, 28.-Declaration and Impeachment read, and recommitted, 14 July.-Conference to be desired with Lords touching moving the King for his Sequestration, 28.-A Sub-committee to examine Witnesses, 2 Aug.-Order for expediting the Charge, 25 Oct. -Message from Lords, desiring House to proceed in their Impeachment; Answer thereto, 23 Mar.
-, 1642, a Committee to consider of Materials for the Charge, and prepare it, 26 Mar.-Order for their Meeting, and making Report, 5 & 12 May. Papers to be delivered to them, 12.-A Committee to seize Rents paying in, and search Books for Michaelmas Rents received, 8 Nov.-Order for his Receivers to pay all the Revenues to Mr. Holland, 9.
-, Tho. 1641, to be summoned to attend, and, upon Refusal, to be apprehended as a Delinquent, 30 Nov.
-, martial, 1640, Complaints of levying Money thereby referred to the Committee for Lieutenants, 15 Dec.-Another Committee appointed to examine them, 24.-Impowered to send for Papers conducing to the Business, 26 Feb.
-, Tho. Mayor of Salisbury, 1642, committed to the Gatehouse, 29 July.-To be brought to Bar, 3 Aug. Order for his Discharge, 8.-To be sent for as a Delinquent, 4 Jan.
-, Adam, and John, 1641, Bill for naturalizing them read, 16 Apr.-Committed, 22 June.-Reported, and to be ingrossed, 14 July.
-, 1642. Passed, 12 Apr.
-, Adam, Son to Lord of Heath, 1642, to have Warrant to transport himself, &c. to Ireland, 27 May.
-, Edw. 1642, Order for disarming and securing him, 15 Oct.
-, Charles, 1642, to be sent as a Prisoner on board a Ship, 21 Feb.
-, St. in the Jewry, 1642, Petition of Inhabitants read, and referred to a Committee, 15 Oct.
-, Captain Robert, 1642, Petition referred to the Committee for Irish Affairs, 9 Mar.
-, Preachers, 1642, Information concerning them referred to the Committee for scandalous Ministers, 7 Apr.
-, 1640, Bill to prevent Abuses in smelting it read, 13 Feb.
-, 1641, Committed, 26 Aug.
-, 1640, Patent referred to the Committee for the Petition of the Inhabitants of Weymouth, 21 Dec.
-, 1641, Order for staying a Ship laden with Leather, and seizing the Cargo; Hides viewed; Persons examined; Order thereupon; none to be transported by Force of the Patent; Chairmen to bring it to the House; a Committee to inquire into the whole Business of transporting Leather, and of transporting Hides from London to Yorkshire by Warrant from the Council-board, 12 July. Petitions referred, 17. 21, & 26.
-, Mr. 1642, to be summoned to attend, 2 Mar.- His Composition accepted, 9 Apr.-His Petition touching Wines, &c. shipped for the King; Order for delivering them, 21 July.
-, 1641, Parishioners of any Parish impowered to set up and maintain them, 8 Sept.
-, Jo. 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 26 Apr.
-, Sir Rich. 1642, to be summoned to attend the Service of the House, 6 Aug.-Voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament, 6 Sept.
-, Tho. 1642, committed to the Compter, 27 Dec.
-, Mr. 1640, to sit till his Election be determined, 15 Feb.
-, 1642, Voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament, 23 Nov.
-, Wm. 1642. Vide Privileges.
-, Captain, 1642, Order for Payment of his Arrears, 20 July.
-, Sir Antony St. 1642, committed to the Fleet, 10 Sept.
-, Richard, 1640, Petition read, and rejected, 13 Feb.
-, Captain Wm. 1641, his Examination before Lords Committees read, 17 Nov.-To be sent for as a Delinquent, 9 Dec. Business concerning him referred to a Committee; Order for bailing him, 23. His Bail approved, 24.-A Committee to examine him about carrying down a Commission and Instructions concerning seizing the Magazine at Hull, 17 Jan. To be sent for as a Delinquent, 20.
-, 1642, his Bail to bring him in, 16 & 26 Apr.-To be sent for by Serjeant, 9 June. A Committee to prepare Impeachment against him; Lords to be moved that he may be committed close Prisoner, 12. Their Concurrence signified, 13.-Another Committee to consider of Means for apprehending him; Serjeant to send Men several Ways for that Purpose; Ports to be stopped, 5 Oct.-Lords to be moved to take some Course for apprehending him; their Answer, 7.
-, Rachell, and Richard, 1641, take Oaths, 18 Dec.
-, County, 1640, Petition of Freeholders and Inhabitants read; Halford to be sent for by Serjeant, 7 Nov. Vide Halford.-Particular Grievances concerning military Charges referred to Mr. Fant's Committee, 3 Dec. To the Committee for Lieutenants, 14.
-, 1641, Earl of Stamford nominated Lord Lieutenant, 10 Feb.-Petition of Gentlemen read; Speaker's Answer to Persons who preferred it; another to Lords read, and approved, 15 Feb.-Deputy Lieutenants approved; another to be recommended, 17 Mar.
-, 1642, Lords to be moved for putting the Militia in Execution forthwith, 28 May. Message to that Purpose, 30.- -A Committee to go down, and see it executed, 4 June. Conference desired with Lords concerning Obstructions in the Execution thereof; agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, 13. Lords to be acquainted with an Information relating thereto, 15.-A Committee of both Houses to prevent the Commission of Array going forth, 17. The Commission, and Papers concerning it, read, and to be sent to Lords, 18. Report touching the Illegality of it; Conference desired thereupon; agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, and reported-a Committee to prepare Declaration concerning the Illegality of the Commission-further Resolution touching the Actors in executing it, 18. Agreed to by Lords, 20.-Business concerning the Sheriff to be considered by House, 28. Referred to a Committee, 30.-To report Opinion; Committees added, 1 July.-Report to be made, 5. Made, 6.-Resolutions concerning preserving the Peace of the County, 4.-A Committee to consider of the Legality of discharging one Sheriff, and putting in another, 5. -Report to be made, 4 Aug.-Order for continuing the former, and for his keeping Custody of the County, 30.- Order for continuing the Magazine where it is, 6.-touching Payment of Officers sent down; Letter and Paper from thence communicated by Lords, and to be considered.-Instructions to the Committees read, and agreed to, 11. Returned from Lords, with Amendments; Amendments agreed to, 12.- Ammunition going thither to be stayed, 19.-Order for paying Moneys collected on the Bill of 400,000 l. at Guildhall, 19 Nov.-for raising 2,000 Horse, 5 Dec.-A Committee to prepare Order to enable the Committees to employ Money raised on the Bill for the Forces there, 26.-Order for Committees for the Subscriptions to receive the Moneys, 4 Feb.
-, Town, 1642, Mayor to attend, 4 July.-Examination of the Business concerning him referred to the Committee for Examinations, 7 Nov.
-, Earl of, 1641, Message to Lords concerning a Packet of Letters withdrawn by him, 24 June.-Free Conference desired by them thereupon; agreed to; Managers and Reporters appointed; free Conference held, and reported, 8 July.
-, Peter, 1640, Petition read, avowed, and referred to a Committee, 3 Dec.
-, Wolley, 1641, Petition concerning the Earl of Peterborough's claiming a Person arrested as his Servant; to be sent to Lords, with Desire that Right may be done, 12 Feb. Sent; Report of Delivery, 14.
-, 1642, Bill for securing and establishing a Debt due to him read, 2 May. Committed, 17.
-, Mr. 1641, to be sent for as a Delinquent, to answer a Petition against him, 19 Mar.
-, 1642, Order for bailing him, 6 Apr.
-, Sir Jo. 1642, to be summoned to attend the Service of the House, 15 Aug.
-, Dr. Alexander, a Prisoner in the Fleet, 1640, Petition read twice; to have Liberty to follow it; a Committee to consider it, and assign him Counsel; Matter complained of in the Petition referred, 9 Nov. Other Petitions referred, 9, 10. 24, 25. & 28, Nov.-3 Dec.-Committees added, 10. 13. & 25, Nov.-1 & 30 Dec.
-, 1641, Report re-committed; Order for Meeting of the Committee, 9 Apr. Report from Re-commitment; Proceedings against him in Starchamber, and High Commission Court, voted illegal; Satisfaction to be made him; House to consider who ought to make it-a Committee to prepare the Transmission of his Cause, 21.-Order for discharging him, delivering up Bonds, and restoring him to his Practice of Physic, 11 & 23 June.-His Petition, and Schedule annexed, referred to the Committee for Prisons, 27 Dec.-Another Petition concerning Attempts upon the Guard at Lambeth House, referred to a Committee, 21 Feb. Committees added, 23.
-, Antony, 1642, to have Warrant to transport himself to France, 12 May.
-, Tho. 1642, to have Liberty to take on board Two Pieces of Ordnance, 5 Aug.
-, Duke of, 1641, Letter to him delivered to Mr. Hollis, 15 May.
-, 1642, Order touching disposing of 140 l. of his stayed by Captain Temple, 31 Jan.
-, Mr. 1640, chosen Speaker-Purport of his Speech to House, 3 Nov. Vide Speaker.
-, Thomas, and Francis, 1641, Customers to take an Entry of their Goods to be transported, and Bonds for Payment of the Rates, 8 June.
-, Sir Jo. 1642, Petition read; Order for removing unruly Prisoners from the King's Bench to Newgate, 6 Aug.
-, St. Foster-lane, 1640, Petition of Parishioners read, subscribed, avowed, and referred to the Committee for preaching Ministers; Mr. Ward to be sent for as a Delinquent, 8 Jan. Vide Ward.
-, St. Shoreditch, 1640, Petition of Parishioners referred to the Committee for preaching Ministers, 8 Jan.
-, 1641, another read, avowed, and referred to the same Committee; Lecturer recommended, 2 Mar.
-, 1642, another recommended upon his Removal, 26 Apr.
-, Leonard, 1642, recommended to be a Captain in the Tower Hamlets, 25 Oct.
-, General 1641, his Answer to Lords General's Letter read, 7 July.-To be thanked for his good Expressions to this Kingdom, 11 Nov.-His Answer /?/ad 2 Dec.
-, Sir Haman, 1642, Order for disarming him, 18 Oct. -To be sent for as a Delinquent, 10 Dec.
-, Sir Nicolas, 1642, Order for disarming him, 18 Oct.
-, Offices. Vide Postmaster's Office.
-, foreign, 1641, Message to Lords, desiring they may be opened by a Committee of both House; their Answer, 19 May.-Another Message desiring they may be opened for a Week; agreed to, 22 June. Order against opening them; Message from Lords concerning the Inconvenience of staying this Night, 24.-Lords to be desired to stay Letters from France and Antwerp, and to peruse the in the Presence of some Members, 9 Nov. Order for persuing those from Antwerp, 10.
-, inland 1642, a Committee to consider of fit Rates upon them, 28 Mar.-The Committee for Dispatches to think of a safe Conveyance for them, 3. Dec.
-, 1642, Bill for speedy conveying them read, 9 Apr. Committed, 18.
-, Company, 1640, Petition referred to the Committee for Trade, 22 Dec.
-, 1641, another Petition read; Order thereupon, 24 Aug.
-, another read, and referred to the Committee for Trade, 28 Oct.
-, 1642, another read, and referred to the same Committee, 14 Sept.-Committee impowed to receive Petitions concerning the Matter referred, 4 Jan.-Another referred to the Committee for the Navy, 23 Feb.
-, 1641,Petition of Inhabitants, 11 Dec. Vide Wisbech.
-, Tho. 1642, to be summoned attend; Lord Keeper to be examined for a Ne Exeat Regrn, 3 May.
-, Sir Rich. 1642, to be summoned to attend the Service of House, 6 Aug.-Voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament; to be sent for as a Deliquent, 24 Nov.
-, Dr. and Wife, 1640, Petition ad, and referred to the Committee for the Star-chamber, 2 Jan.
-, James 1642, to have Want to attend the King, 24 Dec.
-, 1641,new Writ, 9 June.-Arrears of Coal and Conduct Money to be employed improviding Arms, &c. 2 Feb.
-, 1642, Order concerning the Sety of the Town, agreed to by Lords, 18 Nov.
-, Stephen. Vide. Wills.
-, David, 1642, Lord Keeper to be moved to put him out of the Commission of Peace, 28 Apr.
-, Evan, 1642, Order for discharging him from Newgate, 20 July.
-, Sir Wm. 1642, approved of to be Governor of Portsmouth, 8 Sept.-Order for transferring to him Money assigned to Colonel Goringe; agreed to by Lords, 8 Nov.- -Order touching his Entertainment as Governor, 13 Feb.
-, Robert, 1642, his house to be searched for Arms, 14 Oct.
-, 1641, Petition of Inhabitants; Lecturer appointed, 26 Feb.
-, Chr. 1642, voted incapable of continuing a Member; new Writ ordered, 2 Sept.
-, 1642, committed to Lord Petre's House; no Person to have Access to him, 2 Jan.
-, Edward, 1642, his Petition from Lords; the Committee for Prisons to consider of Relief to him, 22 Sept.
-, and Deputy Lieutenants, 1640, a Committee to examine their Abuses in relation to military Charges, and consider of Misdemeanors of Clerks of the Peace, 14 Dec.- Petitions referred, 14 & 16 Dec.-10 Feb.-8 Mar.- Penyman's Business, and the levying Money by Musqueteers, referred, 15 Dec.-Complaint touching unlawful levying Money for Carriage of Ship-timber and Stores, referred, 22.
-, 1641, Members to consider the State of their respective Counties, &c. in regard to them, and present their Names, 2 May.-Lords Lieutenants nominated by House, 10, 11, & 12 Feb.-Resolutions touching the Commissions granted to them under the Great Seal-touching the cancelling them- touching Persons acting under them; agreed to by Lords, with an Amendment, 5 Mar.-Lords desired that Lieutenants send down the Names of their Deputies, 12 & 15. Order for reading them, 16 & 17. Read; Proceedings thereupon, 17 & 18. Message to Lords, desiring the rest may be named, and House acquainted who refuse to accept; their Answer, 18. Another Message concerning former Lords Lieutenants, and Deputations to put the Militia in Execution; answer thereto, 22.
-, 1642, Lords desired to hasten their Deputations; Answer thereto, 25 Mar. Draught of a Commission and Form of a Deputation, sent from Lords and agreed to, 29.-Lords desired to issue forth Commissions to their Deputies, Colonels, and Captains; Answer thereto, 14 Apr.-Lords to be moved to join that, in the Absence of Lords Lieutenants, the Deputies may dispose of the County Magazines, 27 May.- Resolution that one Lieutenant shall aid and assist another upon his Request, 4 July. Agreed to by Lords, with an Amendment; Amendment agreed to, with an Amendment, 5. Order to be printed, 11.-Lieutenants to appoint Officers of Horse levied upon the Propositions, 12. Agreed to by Lords, 13.-Order for Lieutenants to raise Forces to oppose those raised against the Parliament; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 8 Aug.-Instructions for Deputy Lieutenants to be printed; Names of them ordered, 6 Oct.-Order for their disarming and securing Malignants, 30. - Examination of the Business concerning Defaulters referred to the Committee for Examinations, 1 Nov.-Ordinance authorizing Lieutenants to appoint Captains, 1 Dec.
-, 1640, a Committee to prepare Bill for regulating the Actions of Lieutenants and Deputy Lieutenants, 14 Dec.- To stand, 12 Jan.
-, 1641,Information touching an Order of House for sequestering Lands there, referred to the Committee for Irish Affairs, 21 July.
-, Geo. 1641. Vide Privileges.
-, Vide Bargemen.
-, Mr. 1642, desired to preach, 22 Feb.
-, 1641, Bill concerning those erected at the North and South Forelands, read; Question for rejecting it, Neg. 7 Aug.
-, Jo. Prisoner in the Fleet, 1640, Petition read; to have Liberty to follow it; Petition, with Papers annexed, referred to Dr. Leighton's Committee, 9 Nov. Petition inlarged, and referred, 26.
-, 1641, his Case reported; Sentence against him in the Starchamber voted illegal; Reparation to be made him; a Committee to prepare a Transmission, 4 May.
-, Geo. 1640, Petition; Petitioner to be heard before the Committee for Religion, 3 Feb.
-, Riobard, 1641, Petition referred to a Committee, 23 July.
-, Captain, 1642, Letter from him, Captain Vivres, and Captain Catesby, read; a Committee to prepare Declaration concerning the Treatment of Prisoners taken by either Army; Declaration read, and re-committed, 16 Dec. Agreed to by Lords, and to be printed; Speaker's Letter to the Judges, 17.
-, Mr. 1641. Vide Privileges.
-, Vide Ratcliffe.
-, 1642, Letter from thence concerning a French Captain taken, with a Ship-lading of Arms; Business referred to a Committee, 14 Oct.
-, Robert, &c. 1642, Petition referred to Lord Admiral, 29 Mar.
-, Mr. 1641, Petition referred to the Committee for Londonderry, 9 July.-Order for their meeting, and proceeding thereupon, 18 & 28 Aug.- Petition referred to another Committee, 1 Sept.
-, 1642, committed to the Gatehouse; a Committee to examine him, 26 Sept.
-, 1640, Petition of Inhabitants read; Motion thereupon, 9 Nov.
-, 1641, a Committee to consider of a Method for transporting Fullers Earth thither, 23 July.-Order about maintaining Lectures, 2 Nov.-Speaker's Letter to Justices for disarming Recusants; One to be sent to each Division, 29 Jan.-Petition of Gentlemen read; Speaker's Answer to Persons who preferred it-Earl of Lincoln nominated Lord Lieutenant, 10 Feb.-Order for Payment of Billet-money to be prepared 19.-Letters from thence, concerning Recusants, referred to the Committee for Informations, 25.- Deputy Lieutenants approved, 17 & 24 Mar.- Petition of Parishioners of St. James Deepinge; Lecturer recommended, 19.
-, 1642, Lord Willoughby of Parham nominated Lord Lieutenant, 25. Lords Concurrence signified, 26. Deputy Lieutenants approved; another to be recommended, 30.- Approved by Lord Lieutenant, 6 Apr.-Lords desired to join in Order for restoring Arms taken from thence; Messenger dismissed without Answer, 21.-Order for paying the Contribution-money to the Commissioners, 26.-Committees appointed to reside there, 27. Order for their going; a Committee to prepare Instructions; Instructions, and Order for requiring Assistance, reported, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 28.-Other Committees to be sent down for Preservation of the Peace; agreed to by Lords; a Committee to prepare Instructions for them, 24 May. Instructions reported; One concerning levying Men by the King's Commission, re-committed; reported, and re-committed Second time; reported again, agreed to, and sent to Lords, 27. Additional Instruction, touching the Execution of the Militia, agreed to by Lords, with an Amendment; Amendment agreed to; Instructions to be sent with Speed, 28.-Letters from Committees read, and to be printed; Conference desired thereupon; Managers appointed; Conference held; Member to prepare Answer, 3 June. Answer to be sent with an Order inclosed, 4.-Conference desired by Lords concerning Letters and Patents about Passages concerning Militia, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; Lords Vote concerning Lord Lieutenant agreed to; like Vote touching Deputies to be made, 8 June. Agreed to by Lords; Papers to be printed, 9-Letter from the Committee concerning their proceeding on the Militia, and other Papers, read-Conference desired by Lords concerning Letters from Lord Lieutenant, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held; Letters read; Matter referred to a Committee of both Houses, 13. Member to write a Letter to the Committee, 14. Another Conference desired by Lords, concerning a Letter from Lord Lieutenant, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held-Letter from the Committee to Speaker read, 22.-Declaration of the Gentry, &c. shewing their ready Obedience to the Ordinance for the Militia, communicated by Lords at a Conference, 24.-Instruction and Protestation of Gentry, &c. presented from a Conference, read, and to be printed-Letter from High Sheriff, with a Petition inclosed, read; Petition referred to a Committee; Person to attend them, 18 July. Report; Resolution thereupon; Sheriff to be sent for by Serjeant, 21.-Information of Warrants for raising Men referred to the Committee for Defence of the Kingdom, 30.-High Sheriff's Warrant for provideing Draught-horses for the King's Artillery, 2 Sept.-Instructions for Committees read, and agreed to, 24. Lords Concunence signified; Names of several to be struck out; another to be inserted, 27.-Members sent down to advance the Propositions for Horse; Instructions to be given them, 2 Dec. Impowered to disarm Non-contributors-another sent down for Preservation of the Peace, 3.-Letter concerning the State of the County; Order for sending down Arms for the Earl of Lincoln's Forces-concerning disposing of Moneys, 19.-Order for advancing Moneys, and providing Arms, for setting forth Officers, 22.-For delivering Ordinance.-Committees, except Members, to go down, 2 Jan. One dispensed with, 7. Committees added, 6. Association and Instructions read, and agreed to, 9. Lords Concurrence signified, 10.-Order for raising Moneys for maintaining Forces, read, and agreed to, 14 Feb.-A Committee to prepare and send Letter to Lord Lieutenant and Deputies for sending what Forces they can spare to Lord Fairfax, 9 Mar.
-, Diocese, 1640, Sub-committee for examining Complaints concerning Religion and the ecclesiastical Courts there, made a Committee, 22 Dec.-Petition referred, 1 Jan.
-, City, 1641, Petition of Inhabitants read, 27 May.
-, 1642, Order concerning the Defence thereof, 1 Nov.
-, Bishop of, 1641, Copy of Lords Order, concerning his appointing Preachers at St. Margaret's Westminster, to be brought to the Committee for Printing, 23 July.-Message to be sent to Lords, desiring to know, whether he appointed a Thanksgiving Prayer to be printed and read in his Diocese, 8 Sept. Their Answer, 9.
-, 1642, his Palace in Lincoln to be made a Prison, 6 Jan.
-, 1641,Petition of Barristers and Students of Lincoln's-Inn read; Order for stay of further Buildings there, 16 Aug.-Another Petition concerning them read, and referred to a Committee, 10 Mar. Another Petition of Barristers, &c. further Day given for hearing the Cause, 14.
-, 1642, Report to be made, 1 Aug.
-, Earl of, 1640, Petition concerning draining his Fens; re-delivered to be presented in a full House, 27 Nov.
-, 1641, Order from Lords concerning them, referred to the Committee of Privileges, 15 May.-Declared a public Enemy to the State, and an Incendiary, 6 June. Lords desired to issue Warrant for apprehending him; their Answer, 9.-A Committee to prepare Impeachments against him, Lord Willoughty his eldest Son, Sir Jo. Mounson, Sir Edw. Heron, Sir Chales Dallison, and Sir Jervase Scroope, 14 Sept. Impeachment read, and to be ingrossed, 29.-To have Warrant to go and come with Six Servants to Oxford, 4 Jan.
-, 1641, Bill for settling the Possession of Fen-grounds already on the Earl of Lindsey, his Adventurers, &c. read, 2 June.
-, Major, 1642, committed to Lord Petre's House, 2 Jan.
-, Captain, 1642, committed to London-house, 9 Jan.
-, Hen. 1642, to be sent as a Delinquent, 21 Sept.
-, John, 1642, to be sent for in safe Custody, 14 Dec.
-, Lord, 1642, to have Liberty to go into Ireland, without vacating his Seat, 2 Apr.
-, Mr. 1642, to have Licence to convey Horses into Hampshire, 15 Aug.
-, Mr. 1642. Vide Privileges.
-, Sir Martin 1640. Vide Privileges.
-, Captain, 1642, Order for removing him from Nottingham Castle to the King's Bench, 16 Sept.
-, Tho. 1642 Petition, 8 Oct.
-, 1641, nw Writ, 26 July.
-, 1642, Letter concerning taking the Close, and several Prisoners, read; a Committee to write a Letter of Thanks; Order touching pying for Saddles, 14 Mar.
-, 1641, Bisho of Litchfield and Coventry impeached of High Crimes and Misdeanors, 4 Aug. Vide Bishops.- of High Treason, o Dec. Vide Bishops.
-, 1642, his Ptition read; nothing done thereupon, 29 Mar.-Order for allowing him 800 l. per Annum, 6 Apr.
-, Sir Tho. 1640, Petition referred to Sir Lewis Dive's Committee, 31 Dec.-Petition concerning him referred, 4 Jan. To have Warrant from them to produce Witnesses, 30.
-, Jane, 1642, Petition; Order for restoring her Plate, &c. 15 Oct.
-, 1642, Prosition for a Ship to guard the Coast, referred to the Committee for the Navy, 2 Dec.
-, Sir Michael 1640, Note delivered in by him read; Finch sent for aelinquent, 23 Nov. Vide Finch.
-, 1642, to be disired to march with his Forces for the Defence of Sussex; Mignants, brought up by him, to be committed to the Clink 21 Nov.-His Letter; Thanks thereupon, 25 Feb.
-, Richard, a Printer in the Compter, 1640, to be delivered into Serjeant's Custody, and brought by him to House, to answer a Charge against him, 18 Feb. Remanded, 20.
-, Jo. 1641. Vide Privileges.
-, Hugh, 1642, house informed he had put the Commission of Array in Exetion; Informants thanked, 4 Oct.
-, Captain All, 1642, stayed at Queenborough; to be sent for as a Delinqut, 3 Aug.
-, Waldron 16, to be sent for by Warrant, 17 Mar.
-, Mr. 1642, Order Payment of his Arrears, 13 Feb.
-, Lord Viscount,1641, Petition read, and referred to the Committee for Irish Affairs, 2 July.-A Committee to prepare Transmission his Case, 13 Aug.-Ingrossed Declaration read, and it to Lords; Report of Delivery, 9 Sept.
-, 1642, Order following him 200 l. out of the Contribution-money, 2 Aug Agreed to by Lords-to have Licence to transport Apparel, to Ireland, 6.
-, Mr. 1641, to be Permitted to pass 5,000 l. in Specie to Dublin, 1 Mar.
-, 1642, to be authorized to transport, Custom-free, Moneys ordered to be paid to the Treasurer at War in Ireland, 26 Mar.-Lord Admiral to be moved to grant him a Commission to set forth Ships for Ireland, 18 June.-Order for borrowing 600 l. of him, 13 July.
-, Sir Adam, 1641, Resolution touching his Pay as Treasurer at War in Ireland, 8 Mar.
-, Jo. 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, for interrupting the Execution of the Militia, 13 June.
-, Mr. 1640, Petition referred to the Committee for Irish Affairs, 12 Jan.-To Lord Mountmorris's Committee, 5 Feb.
-, 1640, Petition from, read; King's Message thereupon; Motion for thanking him, 9 Nov.-Another, concerning Recusants, referred to the Committee for Inquiry after Papists, 23.-Petition touching Innovations in Religion and Church Government read; Roll of Names delivered with it, to be sealed up; none but Members to have Copies of the Petition, 11 Dec.-Petition to be considered, 13 Jan.-5 & 6 Feb. Referred to a Committee, 9. Vide Church Government.-Petition of Freeholders, concerning a Decree in the Starchamber, referred to a Committee, 19. Vide Starchamber.
-, 1641, Petition of Tradesmen and Artificers, concerning Papists exercising Trades, referred to a Committee, 16 Aug. Order for their Sitting, 30.-Information concerning a Letter of Queries to some Merchants, referred to a Committee, 18 Nov. Order for presenting them, 23. Presented, and referred to Mr. Beale's Committee, 26.-Petition concerning Tumults about the Parliament House, read, avowed, and to be considered, 1 Dec. Debate thereon, 2. To be resumed, 2 & 3.-Petition of Aldermen, &c. concerning Bishops Votes -putting the Kingdom into a Posture of Defence, and a Protestation to assist the Parliament; Speaker's Answer to Persons who preferred it; further Proceedings thereon, 11. Another read; Proceedings thereon, 13. Vide Privileges. Petition of Apprentices about an Interruption of the former Petitions; Speaker's Answer. Vide Privileges.-Petition of Commoncouncil-men, &c. concerning putting the Tower into Colonel Lunsford's Hands, read, and avowed, 23. Vide Tower.- Petition of Irish Merchants read; Speaker's Answer; voted to be the Sense of House, 24.-Petition of Traders to the Mint, read, avowed, and to be sent to Lords, 17 Jan.-Petition of Mayor, &c. Conference to be desired with Lords thereupon; a Committee to prepare Heads; Heads reported; Conference desired; agreed to; other Petitions to be read; Members appointed to read them, 25-Petition of poor Artificers concerning the Number of Aliens trading in and about the City; Speaker's Answer; Conference to be desired thereupon; a Committee to prepare Heads, 31.-House informed of Multitudes of Women pressing to present a Petition; Proceedings thereupon, 1 Feb.-Petition of Porters read; Speaker's Answer, 2.-Petition of Tradesmens Wives read; Members to go out and give them an Answer, 4.-Petition of Citizens concerning the City Militia unsubscribed; some subscribe it at Bar; Clerk to go out and see others subscribe; a Petitioner heard; Matter referred to the Committee for Informations, 24.-Petition of some of the Subscribers read, and avowed; Speaker's Answer to Persons who presented it, 2 Mar.-Message from Lords concerning a Petition received by them, and directed to both Houses; a Committee of both Houses to consider of it, 24 Feb.-Order for their Sitting at Grocers Hall, 2 Mar. Person to attend them, 16. Report touching the Recorder, 22. Vide Gardiner.-Grievances presented by Common-council, referred to a Committee, 15 Mar.-Petition of the Mayor, &c. expressing their Care of the King, Kingdom, and House, read; to be entered, and printed; Thanks thereupon, 18.
-, 1642, Petition of Inhabitants concerning a weekly Collection for the Necessities of the Kingdom, referred to a Committee; Speaker's Answer to Persons who brought it, 7 June. -Petition of Common-council-men, touching Abuses in the Government of the City, read, avowed, and referred to a Committee; Petitioners to attend them; Speaker's Answer, 7 July.-Lord Mayor to be desired not to publish Proclamations, 26 Aug.-23 Feb.-Petition of Aldermen, &c.; Order for removing them to the Prisons appointed by the Committee for Defence of the Kingdom, to be sent to Lord Mayor, 7 Nov.-Petition of Ministers, &c. concerning the Book of Sports, and Propositions for furnishing new Levies; Speaker's Answer; Petition to be considered, 11. A Committee to treat with a Committee of the City concerning the Propositions, 12. Persons heard touching them; Offer accepted; Book of Sports to be burnt by common Hangman; Report touching a Commander, 13.-Information of divers Citizens at the Door; One heard upon Propositions touching an Accommodation, 21.-Petition concerning them read; Thanks thereupon, 1 Dec.-Copy of a Petition, with Articles, touching Menaces used to get Hands to it, read, and to be considered; Speaker's Answer, 9. A Committee to receive Informations, and inquire after the Menaces, 12. Further Passages relating thereto read; Resolution thereupon; Members to confer with the City Council about the Power of calling a Session; Justices of Peace for Middlesex to call one, 13. Lord Mayor and Justices to call it forthwith, 15. Persons bailed, or bound over, to be committed to Lambeth-house; Order for apprehending them; Facts referred to the Committee for Examinations; List of Persons desired to be secured, with the Reasons thereof; their Facts referred, 19.-Recorder recommended, 15.- Petition of Apprentices read; Speaker's Answer, 3 Jan.- Petition of Lord Mayor, &c. read, and avowed; another to the King read, and approved; Thanks thereupon, 19 Dec. -Relation of the Manner and Circumstances of delivering the Petition to the King; and a printed Book, intituled, "His "Majesty's Answer," severally presented; Persons examined thereupon; Lord Mayor to be desired to call a Common Hall for receiving King's Answer; a Committee to prepare Heads for a Conference; Instruction, 11 Jan. Heads reported, and agreed to; Conference desired; agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, and reported; King's Printer to be injoined not to print his Answer; a Committee of both Houses to attend the Common Hall, 12. Member to desire them to continue sitting, 13. Message from Lord Mayor to thank House for the Attendance of their Members, and to desire Mr. Pym's Speech may be printed; Order for printing it, and giving him public Thanks, 14.-City to be informed of the Security offered for 100,000 l. voted for the Army, 16 & 21 Nov. Persons appointed to receive 25,000 l. 30.-Order of the Court of Aldermen concerning the Payment thereof, read; Order of House about the Re-payment, 2 Dec.-City to be acquainted with the Intention of House to speed the Subsidy Bill, 16.-Intimation to be given them of the Security intended for 60,000 l. to be raised, 15 Jan. Order touching the Re-payment, if they advance it, 20.-Speaker to write a Letter to hasten the Loans, 6 & 19 Feb. House expects an Account from Alderman Pennington concerning it, 8. Lord Mayor to give Order for paying 50,000 l. Part of the Loan, 16.-Order touching the Re-payment of 20,000 l. the Residue of the 60,000 l. promised, 8 Mar.-The City to be desired to advance 100,000 l. upon the Security of the Two Subsidies last voted, 1 Mar. Both Houses to join in desiring 120,000 l. upon Security of the Four last Subsidies granted, 24.
-, 1641, a Committee of both Houses appointed for that Purpose, 25 Mar.-Order for their Meeting; Report that the City decline lending, 30.-Conference desired by Lords concerning it, agreed to, and held, 3 Apr. Receiver appointed; impowered to give Acquittances; Message from Lords, acquainting House the Lord Mayor and Aldermen attend; Order for Meeting of the Committee, 6. Their Report, 8.- Members to desire Lord Mayor to hasten the Loan, 1 May. -Intimation to be given him to take care of a Guard in the City-Members to carry to him Orders concerning the Loan, and raising the Subsidies, with the Resolution for a Bill to continue the Parliament, 5. City to be moved for a present Answer, and acquainted with the Proceedings concerning the Bill; Subscribers to be desired to hasten their Payments, 10. Day appointed for paying in 80,000 l. Remainder to be speedily brought in; Order sent to Lords, 11. House acquainted Money comes in as fast as it can be told, 15. City to be desired to continue former Loans, 24 & 31.-Member to demand a positive Answer touching the Remainder of the 120,000 l. 4 June. Conference to be desired with Lords concerning the State thereof, 31.-Daily Account to be given of Moneys brought in, 9 & 16 July. A Committee to propound the Continuance of the Loans-Lord Mayor to be required to expedite the Collecting of the Poll-money-Conference desired with Lords concerning borrowing 40,000 l. upon Security of that Act; agreed to; Conference held, and reported, 23. Free Conference desired by Lords thereupon; agreed to; Reporters appointed; free Conference held, and reported; Motion for sending for Lord Mayor, to answer his Neglect in collecting the Poll-money, 24. Order for his bringing in a daily Account of Moneys collected thereupon, 27. For Payment of the Loan; Conference desired by Lords concerning it, agreed to, and held, 29. Reported, 30.- A Committee to prepare Order to be sent to the City for quickening the Collection; Order for that Purpose, 4 Aug. -A Committee of both Houses to treat with them about a Loan of 50,000 l. 2 Nov. Their Answer reported, 3. Lords to be moved for Ordinance to secure the Re-payment thereof; Objections to lending the Money reported, and to be considered, 9. Letter from the Council in Ireland to be sent to them, 11. Sent, 12. A Committee to prepare Ordinance for their Security, 18. Chamberlain to receive free Gifts, 19. Ordinance for Re-payment of this and a former Loan of 5,000 l. to the Peers attending the King in the Northern Parts, 23. Conference desired by Lords thereupon, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; Ordinance returned, with Amendments, 30.-Amendments agreed to, 3 Dec. Ordinance read, and to be subscribed by Speaker, 6. City to be acquainted that the whole Sum is not come in, 23. -Lord Mayor to be moved to hasten bringing it in, 25 Jan.-Message to Common-council, with the Danger the Parliament, Kingdom, and City, are in, 4 Jan.-Message to Lords, acquainting them House had thanked the City for their Affection to the Parliament; Answer, that Lords had done the like, 11.-Lords to be desired to join in Order for Meeting of the Common-council when the Committee of Common-council think fit, 12. Ordinance for that Purpose, 13.-City to be desired to expedite their Answer to the Committee at Grocers Hall concerning the Loan of 100,000 l. 24. -Persons nominated by House to the Command of the Militia, 12 Feb.-Others, recommended by the Commoncouncil, approved, 10 Mar. Members to desire Lord Mayor to call a Common-council for settling the Militia, and, if incapable of attending, to appoint a Deputy; their Report; Order for calling One; Members to acquaint him therewith, and receive his Answer, 12. Answer reported, 14.-A Committee to treat with the Common-council about a Loan upon Security of the Bill for 400,000 l. 24.
-, 1642, Order from Lords concerning settling the Militia; Conference desired thereupon, agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, 29 Mar.-Adventurers for reducing Ireland may make a Committee to attend the Committee of House daily, 4 Apr.-The Committee to inquire of them what Money they can spare, 16 May.-Order for exercising them within Three Miles, agreed to by Lords, 3 May.-Lord Mayor to be desired to call a Common Hall;a Committee to propound the Advancement of the Proportion of Moneys to be paid upon the Bill for 400,000 l. 4.-Another Committee to treat with the several Companies about a Loan of 50,000 l. upon the Security of an Act of Parliament; Members to consider of the best Way to call them together, 13.-Lord Mayor to be desired to call a Common Hall, 31 May.-A Committee of both Houses to inform them of the Security offered for 100,000 l. Order for their Meeting, 1 June. Their ready Compliance reported; to be thanked thereupon; the Committee to meet, and consider of Form of Thanks, 3 Another Committee to prepare Ordinance for their Security; Ordinance reported, and re-committed; Committees added; Ordinance reported from Re-commitment; Lord Mayor to order a Meeting of the Companies on different Days; a Committee to attend them, 4. To summon them to meet all on the same day, 6. Report of Grocers readiness to pay their Proportion; Thanks thereupon; Order for Payment of the whole Sum into the Chamber; for Allowance to the Chamberlain's Clerk, 8. Apothecaries willing to lend their Proportion; Thanks thereupon, 9. Skinners willing, 10. The Committee of both Houses impowered to thank the City, 11. Lord Mayor to summon Aliens, 15. A Committee of both Houses to go into the City for advancing the Subscriptions, 17. Lord Mayor to issue Warrants to the Companies for Payment of the Remainder, 30.-A Committee to expedite it, 22 July.-Members for the City to take Account of the State of the Loan, 2 Aug.-A Committee to confer with the Committee for the Militia touching the State of the Subscriptions, 23 Nov. Report, 24.-Ordinance touching Security to the Lenders read, and agreed to, 28. Lords Concurrence signified, 29.-A Committee to inquire into the Arrears of the Loans, 1 Dec. List presented; Officers of the Halls to attend the Committee of both Houses in London, 6. -A Committee of both Houses to go into the City to advance the Subscriptions for raising Horse, &c. 17. King's Letter to Lord Mayor, concerning the Subscriptions, read, and to be suppressed; a Committee to prepare Declaration against it; Declaration reported, and agreed to; a Committee of both Houses to go into the City about it, 18. Declaration agreed to by Lords, 20.-Order for Lord Mayor to call a Common Hall, agreed to by Lords, 7 July. Propositions touching raising Volunteers, agreed to by Lords; a Committee of both Houses to make them to the City, 9.-Order for Re-payment of Money lent for that Service, 30 Oct.-Members to require Lord Mayor to appoint a Locum tenens in his Absence, to call a Commoncouncil, and, upon Refusal, the eldest Aldermen to appoint One; their Answers reported; Aldermen to be summoned to attend, 11. Order concerning Aldermen chusing a Locum tenens, sent to Lords, 15 July. Their Certificate touching the Election, communicated by them, and referred to a Committee, 21.- Order about summoning the Wards, 12 Aug.-Lord Mayor to call a Common Hall touching a Loan; Letter to be read there; a Committee to attend; Preamble, and Order concerning it, referred to another Committee, 22. Order for their Meeting, 24. Propositions agreed to by Lords, with Amendments; Amendments agreed to, 26. A Committee of both Houses to see the Orders put in Execution, 29.-A Committee to supply Defects in the former Order; Order reported; Lords Concurrence to be desired; Lord Mayor to be moved to call a Common Hall, 23 Nov. His Answer reported, 24. A Committee of both Houses to attend them, 25. -Order amended by the City; Amendments read, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence signified, 3 Sept.-Ordinance for securing Moneys lent by any Citizens, 14.-Order for appointing Committees for the Militia in the room of others, 20. Agreed to by Lords, 22.-Order from Lords for searching Stables, and listing the Number of Horses in London and Westminster; a Committee to join with Justices of Peace to put it in Execution, 22 Oct.-Order for shutting up Shops, 24.-Ordinance for putting the Militia in Execution, agreed to by Lords, 25.-A Committee of both Houses to acquaint the City with Passages in a late Fight between the Two Armies, 27.-Order for demolishing Sheds on the Outside of the Walls, 28 Oct.-Sent to Lords, 16 Nov.- A Committee to prepare Order for indemnifying the City for Fortifications made, and Men raised, 2 Nov. Members to inquire whether the Works be sufficient, 5. Order for Security for Money advanced to raise a Second Army, agreed to by the Lords, 7. Ordinance for that Purpose agreed to by them, 14.-Lords Mayor to be moved to call a Common Hall; Messengers Report-Order for tendering the Propositions to Strangers, 7.-For disarming Persons named in a List from the Committee for Subscriptions, 8. Inlarged-a Committee of both Houses to acquaint the Common Hall with certain Votes, 9.-Order touching Neglects in the Watches and Trenches- for Colonels and Captains to punish Deserters, 10.-For bringing hither the Ordinance from King, 11.-For drawing out the Militia, and beating up for Volunteers-for sending Forces to Lord General-for acquainting them with Passages between the Two Armies at Brentford-for desiring them to send Provisions, 12.-To have Warrant for safe Conveyance of Victuals, &c. to the City, 18.-Order for Indemnity of Lord Mayor, &c. for not publishing a Proclamation, 19 Nov.-23 Feb.-For seizing Arms lent by the City, 19 Nov.-Order for Indemnity of Sheriffs for not publishing a Proclamation, 21 Nov.-29 & 30 Dec.-9 Jan.-18 Feb.-7 Mar.-Lord Mayor to search for Soldiers, and send them to the Army, 24 Nov.-Money collected at the next Fast, to be employed for the Use of the Poor, 26.-Order for opening the Shops, agreed to by Lords, 29.- The Committee for the Militia to inquire into Abuses in Musters, 10 Dec.-Ordinance for inlarging the Power of Committees for advancing Moneys, agreed to by Lords, 3 Feb.-For drawing out the Trained Bands, 11.-Lord Mayor to be desired to call a Common Hall, 15. A Committee of both Houses to treat with them about a Loan of 60,000 l. 18. Another Committee to prepare Ordinance for Security to the Lenders; Ordinance reported, 28.-Agreed to by Lords, 3 Mar.-Person heard concerning Propositions for reforming the Army-for Indemnity of the City-for a religious Covenant; Speaker's Answer, 23 Feb.-Letter concerning a Design upon the City, 24.-City impowered to associate with other Counties, 2 Mar.-To associate among themselves -the Committee for the Militia to appoint Guards, and nominate Commanders, 3. Ordinance for making Fortifications read, and referred to a Committee, 6. Reported, read, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence signified, 7. Lord Mayor to be moved to call a Common Hall; a Committee of both Houses to treat with them about a Supply of Money, &c. for the Army, 9. Their Report, 11.
-, 1641, Bill to supply London and Westminster with Water, read, 22 Apr.-Committed, 29 May.-Committees added, 9 June.
-, 1641, new Writ, 28 May.
-, 1642, a Committee to prepare Bill to enable the Commissioners for the Poll-money to collect of the Yeomanry of London-Committees added, 19 Apr.
-, 1642, to be made a Prison, 3 Jan.
-, Mr. 1641, Business concerning him and Mr. Hook referred to the Committee for Monopolists, 5 Feb.
-, 1642, Order for making Report, 1. 7. & 23, Apr. Report; voted no Projectors, but Beneficiaries in the Project of Wine; voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament, new Writ ordered, 12 May.
-, Walter, 1641, Question for moving Lord Keeper to put him out of the Commission of the Peace, Neg. 13 Dec.
-, 1642, Order touching Security for, and Re-payment of, his Loan, 26 Mar.-Further Order touching the Payment, 16 July.-To have Saddles, &c. delivered to him, 2 Sept.
-, Hen. 1640, to be summoned to attend, 20 Nov.
-, Peter, and John James, 1640, examined touching a Warrant from High Sheriff of Northamptonshire for publishing a Book containing Petitions and Answers touching the Militia; a Committee to withdraw, and take further Examination; High Sheriff to be sent for as a Delinquent. Vide Willmer. Order for suppressing it; Parties thanked for not publishing it, and to be satisfied for the Charges of their Journey, 16 Mar.
-, Wm. 1642, to be continued in Custody, 2 Sept. Order for his Discharge, 5.
-, 1640,Copy of a Petition from those at York, read, approved, and to be entered, 18 Nov.
-, House of, 1640. Vide Messages.-Conference desired by Lords about a Breach of their Privileges by Members of the House of Commons; agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported, 10 Nov.-A Committee to view Precedents for transmitting Matters to them, 22 Feb.
-, 1641, their Order concerning the Indictment of Peers, and Recusants, read, and referred to the Committee for Protections, 5 June.-Conference desired concerning their Adjournment; agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported, 30 Aug.-Lord desired to assess their Members and Assistants; Answer thereto, 19 Dec. Information that several had subscribed, 31.-Ordinance for disabling such Lords as have appeared in Arms against the Parliament for sitting during this Parliament; agreed to by Lords, 3 Feb.
-, Day. Vide Sunday.
-, Duke of, 1641, Order for Redelivery of Papers belonging to his Agent, 24 July.
-, 1642, Report touching an Affront offered the Agent by Messengers employed for apprehending Priests; Resolutions thereupon; Members to acquaint him what House has done in Detestation of the Abuse, and for punishment thereof; Messengers committed to the Gatehouse, 14 Apr. Vide Newton, Mayo, Cook, and Monmouth. His Answer reported, 15.
-, Antony, 1641, Information given that he is no Priest; Order for his Discharge, 6 Sept.
-, Istrand, 1642, a Committee to examine a Complaint against him 7 Dec.
-, Captain, 1642, committed to the Gatehouse; Serjeant to deliver him, 30 Apr.-A Committee to prepare Charge, against him, 4 May. Order for presenting it, 12.- -His Petition; Order for bailing him, 17 June. Bail approved, 21.
-, Lord, 1642, to have Warrant to go to, and come from, Oxford, 4 Jan.
-, Rich. 1642. Vide Privileges.
-, Edward, 1641, Petition to be read, 16 Dec.
-, Lawrence, 1642, his Offer of a Loan of 5,000 l. accepted; Order about Repayment, 9 Jan.
-, Mr. 1640. Vide Privileges.
-, Robert, 1642, Order for restoring his Money, 5 Jan.
-, Mr. 1641. Vide Privileges.
-, Sir John, 1641, Letter from General Lesley and others to him, read; 5 May.
-, Sir Charles, 1641, his Examination before Lords Committees, read, 17 Nov.
-, Sir Jo. 1642, to be summoned to attend, 9 June.- Question for taking of the Restraint upon his Plate going to York, Neg. 5 Aug.-Information given that he was going to the King; Order for taking him into Custody, and bringing up Horses, &c. seized at his House, 23. Order about disposing of them; examined, and committed to the Gatehouse; a Committee to prepare Impeachment against him, 29-His Petition read, 8 Sept.-Report of another delivered to the Committee for Defence of the Kingdom; Debate thereupon; Business laid aside; Order for presenting the Impeachment, 21. Previous Question for bailing him, Affirmative, 30.- Bail approved, 1 Oct.
-, Lucas, 1642, to have Warrant to transport himself and One Horse to France, 7 May.
-, 1642, Petition of the Keeper referred to the Committee for the Tower, 7 Mar.
-, 1641, new Writ, 9 Dec.
-, Francis, 1640. Vide Privileges.
-, Sir H. 1642, Exceptions taken at his Words; withdraws; called in, and reprehended, 7 May.
-, Mr. 1642, a Committee to prepare Order concerning him; Order reported, 10 Aug. Agreed to by Lords, 11.- -Order for removing him from York Castle to the King's Bench, 16 Sept.
-, Robert, 1641, to have Warrant for apprehending Priests, 23 Nov.
-, Sir Sam. 1642, Order from Lords for Indemnity of him for endeavouring to apprehend Sir Lewis Dive, agreed to, 6 Aug.-To have Warrant for recruiting his Troops out of Malignants Horses, 29 Dec.
-, Oliver, 1642, to have Warrant to go beyond Sea, 19 Dec.
-, Tho. 1641. Vide Privileges.
-, Colonel, 1641. Vide Tower-to be summoned to attend; several Persons to attend at the same time, 27 Dec.- -Information given of Horse under his Command. Vide Kingston upon Thames-to be sent for as a Delinquent, 12 Jan.-His Petition, and Order for bailing him, 2 Feb.
-, Mr. 1642, Information concerning dangerous Words spoken by him, read, and referred to the Committee for scandalous Ministers, 29 Mar.
-, Tho. 1642, Order concerning him reported; to be sent for as a Delinquent, 10 Aug. Reprehended, and discharged, 18.
-, Mr. 1641, Order for repaying him in Money disbursed for the Necessaries of some Soldiers, 25 Feb.
-, 1640, Petition of Inhabitants referred to Dr. Tomson's Committee, 16 Mar. Vide Fens.
-, Wm. 1642, to have Warrant to transport himself to France, 5 Oct.
-, Tho. 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 20 Sept.
-, 1640, Order touching Lands there sequestered by the Earl of Strafford, 15 Feb.
-, Regis, 1641, Order touching disposing of Money collected there for Relief of distressed Irish, 5 Mar.-for Payment of Money for Repair of the Pier, 19.
-, 1642, Order for fortifying the Town, 6 Dec.- Agreed to by Lords, 11 Jan.-Petition of Mayor, &c. read; Order for sending down Forces, 2 Jan.
-, Rob. 1641, to be sent for as a Delinquent, for refusing to deliver a Magazine to a Protestant, 17 Aug.-His Cause to be transmitted to Lords, 25.
-, 1642, Impeachment concerning him to be read, 4 Aug.
-, 1641, Officers to stay a Ship laden with Wool, 2 Feb. -Petition of Inhabitants read; Speaker's Answer to Persons who preferred it, 4 Mar.
-, 1642, Petition of Aldermen, &c. read; nothing done thereupon, 19 Apr.-Order not to billet Soldiers against the Inhabitants Will, 14 July. Agreed to by Lords, with an Amendment-Order for putting the Militia in Execution, 18. -Order for Indemnity of Volunteers, read, and agreed to, 22 Aug. Lords Concurrence signified, 28.-Order for fortifying the Town, agreed to by Lords, 22 Sept.-Order for sending up Money collected upon the Propositions for raising Horse, &c. 10 & 24 Oct.-Jewels and Rings sent up by Women accepted-Petition of Mayor, &c. for Arms for Defence of the Town, read, and referred to the Committee for Safety of the Kingdom; Deputy Lieutenants to assist them at their Mart; Persons appointed to order the Disposition of Money allowed for fortifying the Town, 20 Jan.-Order enabling them to keep sufficient Guards, read, and agreed to, 23.-for permitting Barques to pass from Port to Port, except Newcastle, 27 Feb.
-, Mr. late Rector of Heling, 1640, Petition referred to the Bishop of Ely's Committee, 8 Mar.
-, 1641, Matter concerning depriving him referred to the same Committee, 8 July.-Report; Deprivation voted illegal; Order for restoring him, 14 Aug.
-, 1642, Declaration and Impeachment on his behalf, read agreed to, and to be sent to Lords, 19 Aug.-His Petition referred to the Committee for plundered Ministers; Committee to prepare Ordinance for sequestering the Profits of the Rectory to his Use, 10 Mar.