Journal of the House of Commons: Volume 3, 1643-1644. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1802.
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-, 1642, Letter from thence to be communicated to Lords at a Conference, 23 Mar.
-, 1643, another Letter, with Two inclosed, intercepted, from Sir Nicholas Byron, 24 June - Order for a Reward to the Messenger who brought the News of a Victory over the Forces that besieged the Town, and of raising the Siege, 1 Feb. Letter concerning it, read; Order for a public Thanksgiving within the Bills; Letter referred to the Committee for Safety, 2.
-, 1644, Deputy Lieutenants and Committees Letter concerning a Supply of Monies and Forces, 7 May.
-, Robert, 1642, Order for seizing Monies and Corn in his Hands for the King's Diet in Yorkshire, 23 Mar.
-, Sir Robert, 1642, Order for distraining his Lands for Payment of an Assessment, 10 Apr.
-, 1643. for paying Monies assessed upon him to Sir Thomas Middleton, 24 June.
-, Sir Gerard, 1643, to be apprehended as a Delinquent, 10 Apr. - Letter, relating his Readiness to contribute to the Service of the Parliament, read; his Attendance on the House dispensed with, 26 May - Voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament, 22 Jan.
-, foreign. Vide Strangers.
-, 1642, the Committee to treat with the Commissioners of the Customs about the Ordinance concerning them, 19 Mar.
-, 1643, to meet another Committee, and consider of sending Guard-ships to Ireland and Wales, 1 Apr. Report to be made, 3 & 29 - Lord Admiral's Letter, relating the State thereof, read; the Committee to treat with the Commissioners about the Loan of 12,000 £ 4 - To give Account what Ships are already set forth, 4 May - To consider of lessening the Charge of the Summer Fleet, 5 - Order for discharging all Ships from the Attendance upon particular Towns, and leaving them to be disposed by Lord Admiral; the Committee to direct them to go to Sea, 12 - Ships Companies to assist in preserving the Peace of the Counties where they are, 15 - Lord Admiral's Letter concerning the State of the Ships of the Fleet under his Command, read; City to be desired to lend 6,000 £ for Supply of the Navy, 17 Aug. - Resolutions touching Monies to be employed for that Service - for a Winter Guard - concerning the Number of Ships, 23 - Brewers to pay no Excise for Beer provided for the Navy, till they are paid for the Beer, 28 Oct. - The Committee to treat with the Commissioners of the Navy concerning a Winter Guard, 1 Nov. Another Committee joined with them, and to consider a Report concerning a Winter Guard and Summer Fleet, 2. Report; Resolution for sending 42 Ships for a Winter Guard; the Committee to prepare Ordinance for that Purpose, 7. Ordinance agreed to by Lords, 22 - Resolution for appropriating some Particulars of the Excise to the Use of the Navy; a Committee to consider what Particulars, and how raised, 7 - The Committee impowered to treat with any Company or private Person about a Loan of 50,000 £ 15 - Petition of Sea Commanders, communicated by Lords, 30 - The Committee to give Order for providing Victuals for 2,000 Men, and consult with Lord Admiral about the Number to be employed in next Summer's Service, 2 Dec. Conference desired by Lords concerning a Summer Guard, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, 9. Report touching it to be considered, 11 - Propositions from the Victuallers of the Navy, for victualling the Summer Fleet, reported, read, and to be considered - Their Propositions for providing Victuals for 2,000 Men reported, 15. Propositions of private Persons for providing Victuals for 2,000 Men, upon Account, and for providing Victuals for 4,000 Men for Eight Months upon Contract, reported, and read; the Committee to make present Provision for 2,000, 18. To provide Beef and Pork for 4,000, 20 - Conference desired by Lords concerning the Navy, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; Remonstrance of the State thereof to be considered, 10 Feb. - Lord Admiral's Letters concerning the Navy, to be read, 23. Read, with Commissioner's Remonstrance, 24 - Message from Lords concerning Ships to be sent to the Irish and Scots Coasts - Ordinance from them touching victualling the Navy, 2 Mar. Read twice, and committed; Instruction to tender both Covenants to the Commissioners named therein - The Committee to consider of the Number and Burden of the Ships for a Summer Guard, and to receive Propositions for raising Monies, 14. Impowered to confer with the Committee of both Kingdoms - Another Committee to consider of the List of Commanders to be employed, and confer with Lord Admiral about them, 19.
-, 1644, Order to forbear setting forth some of the King's Ships, and to set forth 18 Merchant Ships, 25 Mar. - The Committee for Lord Admiral's List to confer with him, and present a List of Officers for the King's Ships, and settle with the Owners such Officers as shall be fit to command the Merchant Ships, 26 - List reported; Resolutions touching several Commanders; Lord Admiral to perfect the List - Ordinance from Lords, for supplying the Fleet with Powder, in Exchange for Saltpetre, read, and passed, 4 Apr. - Ordinance for Timber for the Navy, agreed to by Lords, 8 - Order for Payment of Arrears to Persons who furnished last Year's Stores, 13 - The Committee to consider with Lord Admiral whether more Ships are necessary, 16 - Ordinance from Lords concerning the Navy, 18 - Lord Admiral's Letter, requiring more Ships, and Two Lists of the Ships and Commanders, 11 May. Sent to Lords, 13. Report concerning the Letter to be sent, with a Letter to him, 28 - Ordinance concerning Beer for the Navy to be Excise-free, sent to Lords, 7 June - The Committee, in Lord Admiral's Absence, to take care of guarding the Coasts, 22 - Resolution for a Winter Guard; the Committee for the Navy to take care of setting them forth, 26 July. Sent with a List thereof to Lords, 29 - Lord Admiral's Letter about speedy providing it, 2 Aug. - State of the Navy with regard to the Summer Fleet that is to come in, and the Winter Guard that is to be set forth, 21 - The Committee to send Four Months Provision for 1,000 Men, 31 - Ordinance from Lords, for enabling the Commissioners to prepare Ships, &c. under the Lord Admiral, to be read, 9 & 10 Sept. Read; Order for Second Reading, 11 - Consideration of the Winter Guard, referred to the Committee of both Kingdoms, 21 Oct. - The Committee for the Navy to consider thereof, and of setting forth a Summer Fleet, and of Ways for Payment of Arrears, and of lessening and satisfying the growing Charge, 29 Oct. - State of the Navy to be considered by the House, 2 & 8 Nov.
-, 1644, Petition of Inhabitants read, and referred to the Committee for Sequestrations, 1 Nov. Vide Mott.
-, Alexander. Vide Mercer.
-, Mr. 1643, Order for Sale of his sequestered Goods, 29 June.
-, 1643, Letter relating that it was close begirt, 12 Mar.
-, 1644, other Letters concerning the Business there, referred to the Committee of both Kingdoms; Persons to attend them, 29 Mar.
-, Captain Thomas, 1643, to have Pass to go into. Oxfordshire and Berkshire, 20 Nov.
-, 1643, Letters and Relation of the Sight and Passages of the Armies there; Message to be sent to Lord General thereupon, 23 Sept. - Relation to be printed, 7 Oct.
-, 1644, Letter concerning a Victory near Donnington Castle and Newbury, read, and re-delivered; to be communicated to Lords; Thanksgiving thereupon. Vide Thanksgiving - Order for a Reward to the Messenger, 29 Oct. - Ordinance for Relief of Soldiers wounded there, to be prepared, 4 Nov. - Account to be given of the Motions and present Posture of the Army thereabouts, 22.
-, Lord, 1643, Lords to be desired that he may be assessed his 20th Part, 25 Nov.
-, 1644, Business concerning him reported; Resolution that he has been a Means to obstruct the Committee of the Revenue; Message to Lords, acquainting them with the Vote, and desiring he may be enjoined to comply with the Ordinance, or his Estate sequestered, 28 Sept. - Lords to be desired he may be assessed his 20th Part, 9 & 12 Oct. - Ordinance concerning him returned from Lords, with Amendments - Conference to be desired with them upon the Report from the Committee for the Revenue concerning him, 12 - House agree with Lords in exempting him from the Assessment, 17 - Lords to be desired he may be assessed his 20th Part; former Message from House to them sent down, 14 Nov.
-, 1643, Propositions of Citizens for reducing the Town, 26 May. Read; voted one by one, and agreed to; City to be acquainted therewith; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 30 - Desired, 1 June. House put them in mind thereof; Conference desired by them thereupon, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, 3. Free Conference desired with them, agreed to; Managers appointed; free Conference held, and reported; a Committee of Adventurers appointed, 5 - Serjeant Major General of the Forces designed for the Town, nominated, 29 - Ordinance for Persons to adventure for reducing it, as much as their yearly Expence in Coals comes to, read, and re-committed, 8 July. To be reported, 15. Reported, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 17. Desired, 18. Conference desired by them thereupon, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported, 20 - Message desiring them to speed their Answer, 27 July - 2 & 12 Aug. - A Committee to state the Business concerning the Adventure to reduce it, 25 Dec.
-, 1644, Letter concerning the summoning the Town, and their refusing to treat, 21 Aug. - Deputy Lieutenants appointed, 9 Oct. - Another Letter concerning taking the Town by Assault, read, and sent to Lords; Thanksgiving thereupon, 25. Vide Thanksgiving - Another to the same Purport, to Lords, 31 - A Committee of both Houses to consider of settling the Civil Government of the Town, 1 Nov. Order amended; Amendment agreed to by Lords, 6. - Other Letters and Papers presented from the Committee of both Kingdoms, to be sent to them, 1. Sent; the Committee of both Houses to meet concerning them, 6 - Member to prepare Ordinance for opening the Trade thither, 8. Ordinance read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 13. Signified, 14 - Committees Letter, with Papers inclosed, referred to a Committee, 9 - Their Demand touching the Customs there, approved - Order for sending up several Delinquents, to be sent to them; - The Northern Committee to consider of settling the Civil Government of the Town; Letters and Papers from thence, referred, 19. Other Letters referred, 23 - Other Letters to be read, 3 & 4 Dec. Specially recommended to the Committee of both Kingdoms - Ministers to be sent down - Order of the Committees of the Estates of Scotland and Lord Leven, for restoring Ships of well-affected Persons - Thanks thereupon - Order for disabling the Mayor, and appointing another - for displacing and disfranchising several Aldermen - An Alderman, Recorder, Sheriff, and Collectors of the Customs, appointed, 5 - Order for making a new Seal for Cockets, 9.
-, Earl of, 1643, Impcachment to be presented, 28 Apr.
-, 1644, his Letter to the Earl of Leven, with the Earl's Answer, read, 13 June - King's Letter to him concerning the Earl of Rochfort, with Commissions appointing him Lieutenant of the North, and enabling him to make Knights, 12 July - His Children and their Attendants to be removed from Welbeck House, 9 Nov.
-, Mr. 1643, desired to preach, 3 July - Thanked, and to print his Sermon, 7.
-, 1644, desired to preach, 8 July & 9 Sept. - Excused upon account of Indisposition, 10 July - Thanked, and to print his Sermon, 13 Sept.
-, 1643, the Committee for Examinations to examine Prisoners there, 17 Apr. - Keeper to be committed to safe Custody, and tried for the Escape of a Prisoner; Sheriffs to take care of the Prison, 14 Aug. - The Committee for Prisoners to consider of the Differences between the Lord Mayor and Sheriffs concerning the Prison and Under Sheriff, 16 - Order revoked, 7 Sept. - Order for discharging the Keeper, and continuing him in his Office, 24 Aug. - His Petition referred to the Committee at Haberdashers Hall, 8 Sept.
-, 1644, Ordinance about pardoning convicted Prisoners, specified in Mr. Recorder's List, 29 Mar. - A Committee to examine the Misdemeanours of the Keeper, 4 May.
-, William. Vide Ireland.
-, Pagnell, 1643, a Committee to receive Directions from Lord General about settling a Garison there, 30 Oct. - His Letter concerning the Settlement of a Pay for them, referred to the Gentlemen of the Association, 3 Nov. Persons to attend him till the Garison is settled, 15. Ordinance for that Purpose, read twice, and committed, 27 - Reported, and recommitted; reported from Re-commitment, and to be fair written; respited, 9 Dec. Passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 18. Returned from them, with Amendments; Amendments agreed to, 20. - Ordinance to be printed, 1 Jan. - Hertsordshire Regiment to be forthwith sent thither, 30 Nov. - Ordinance from Lords, for putting in a Garison, read, and agreed to; Declaration touching the Committee, 11 Dec. - Letter concerning the Garison read, and referred to a Committee; Messenger to attend, and acquaint them with the Wants and Defects thereof, 7 Mar.
-, 1644, Member to prepare Letters to the Counties contributory to the Garison, to raise their Proportions of Men and Monies, 18 Apr. - Draught thereof, read, agreed to, and to be signed by Speaker, 15 July - 28 Oct. - A Committee to consider the State thereof, and of some Course for constant Pay to them, 30 May - To take Order for present levying Arrears due from the Counties liable to Contribution, 8 June - Order for sending down Arms - for selling Timber to fortisy the Town, 10.
-, Earl of, 1642, Conference desired by Lords concerning him, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; Letters from the Committee at Coventry concerning him, read; another Conference to be desired with Lords, 20 Mar. Desired, and agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, 21 - Message from Lords concerning the Manner of his coming up, 22. Another Message, rectifying the Messenger's Mistake; Question for dismisting him without Answer, Neg.; Message agreed to, 23.
-, 1644, Lords to be moved to continue, his Restraint - Order touching the disposing of his Goods, 10 June.
-, Lady, 1643, Order for detaining her Trunks, 24 June.
-, Francis, 1643, voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament, 22 Jan.
-, 1644, to be sent up in safe Custody, 7 & 12 Aug.
-, Peter, 1644, Information of Monies due to him, referred to the Committee for Examinations, 5 Oct.
-, Secretary, 1643, intercepted Letter from him to Lord Goring, decyphered and read, 20 Nov. - Another to MrTalbot at Vienna, read, and to be communicated to the Committee of both Kingdoms, 9 Mar.
-, Francis, 1643, to have Pass with Letters to Secretary Nicholas, 21 Aug.
-, Robert, and William Field, 1643, Petition referred to the Committee for Examinations, 31 Mar.
-, Elizabeth. Vide Andrews.
-, Thomas, 1643, to be removed from Lambeth House to Norfolk Gaol, 26 May.
-, Mr. 1643, to be discharged from the Assembly, 23 Oct.
-, Trulls, and Peter Peterson, 1643, Petition referred to the Committee for the Navy, 12 July.
-, Mr. 1644, to have Serjeant Hyde's Chambers in the Temple, 24 Oct. - To have Mr. George Beare's, 26.
-, Mr. 1643, Papers from Lords concerning him, read, and referred to a Committee, 30 Oct. - Order for their Meeting, 1 Nov. Report; Resolution that they contain a Charge against him; nothing else done till he be heard; Lords put House in mind of them; the same Committee to examine the whole Business; Earl of Stamford, if he please, to be present, and prosecute his Charge, 20. Committees added, 25. Message from Lords, putting House in mind of the Business; Answer thereto; Order for making Report, 27.
-, 1644, like Order, 20 Apr. - 18 May - 14 June. Report; Question that there is Cause for farther Proceeding agninst him, Neg. 24. - A Committee to examine him upon Matters referred to them by former Orders, 8 Oct.
-, Mr. 1643, to be removed from a Ship to Winchester House, 12 Sept.
-, Sir Thomas, 1644, Petition referred to a Committee - Order for disposing of a Loan offered by him, 5 July.
-, Mr. 1644, a Committee to examine Wrongs offered him by Lord Pagett's Officers, and consider of Reparation, 28 Nov.
-, Henry, 1643, Petition from Lords read; nothing done thereupon, 15 May - Order for sequestering his Estate, 17 June - Conference desired by Lords concerning his Petition, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; nothing done thereupon, 19.
-, Mr. 1643, to be kept close Prisoner in Lord Petre's House, 4 July.
-, Sir Thomas, 1643, Petition concerning Monies in Sir John Hotham's Hands, belonging to his Brothers and Sisters; Order for paying them, and for a present Maintenance till paid, 28 Oct.
-, 1643, Order for sending to the Committees the Names of Delinquents whose Estates are to be seized - Member to prepare Ordinance for rating Non-contributors to the Propositions, 4 Apr. - Member to present Ordinance for raising Monies, 22. - Members to go down to put in Execution the Ordinances for raising Monies, and putting the Forces into a Posture of Defence, 25 Apr. - 22 June - 6 July - 13 Sept. - Deputy Lieutenants appointed, 11 May - 24 Oct. - Order for paying Composition-motries, 12 May - Deputy Lieutenants to take care the Mutineers be punished, 6 July - Order for Monies for Shipping, and transporting Forces to Hull, 29 - A Committee to examine the Collectors Accounts, 23 Aug. - Deputy Lieutenants to attend constantly at Norwich, 24 - High Sheriff appointed, 30 Dec.
-, 1644, Petition of Inhabitants to be read, 13 & 17 July. Sir John Potts to stay till it is read, 17. Petition read, 19. Vide Hobard, Sir Miles - Petition of the Committee concerning their Danger by removing the Forces westward; House undertakes for the Safety of the County, 8 Oct. - Petition of Gentlemen to be presented, 9 Nov. Read; Speaker's Answer to Persons who presented it, 11 - High Sheriff appointed, 3 Dec.
-, James le, 1644, Order for restoring his Bark, 7 Aug.
-, 1643, Letter and Information touching great Preparations on those Coasts to be landed at Bristol; French Agent to be acquainted therewith, 14 Sept.
-, Hugh, Petition referred to the Committee for the Navy, 26 May.
-, Tobias, 1643. Vide Privileges.
-, Mrs. 1643, Order for paying her Arrears due to her Husband, 21 Oct.
-, 1642, Ordinance for sequestering the Living, sent to Lords, 16 Mar. Day appointed by them to hear Proofs against the Parson, 17.
-, County, 1643, Earl of Manchester appointed Lord Lieutenant; Lords Concurrence signified, 6 July. - Ordinance for raising Money and Forces, read, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 18. Desired, 19. - Ordinance for a Weekly Assessment, read, and passed, 7 Oct. Agreed to by Lords, 9 - High Sheriff appointed, 30 Dec. - Another recommended by Lords in his room, agreed to, 7 Feb. - The Committee for certifying concerning scandalous Ministers, impowered from time to time to make such Certificates, 2 - A Committee to prepare Ordinance for continuing the Weekly Assessments, 16 Mar.
-, 1644, Order for Monies for paying Billets, and providing Ammunition, 25 Apr. Agreed to by Lords, 30 - For reimbursing Monies advanced for Horse Arms and Pistols; 6 June - Agreed to by Lords, 5 Aug. - Committees Warrant for raising Horses, read, and approved, 8 July - Order for Leave to the Sheriff to come out of his County, agreed to by Lords, 14 Aug. - Ordinance for laying a Tax on the East Division, 8 Oct. Agreed to by Lords, 9.
-, Town, 1644, Ordinance from Lords concerning appointing able Men to perform military Duty there, read, and agreed to, 13 May - Ordinance concerning the paying for Horses, &c. 25 June. Sent to Lords, 27. - Ordinance enabling the Committee to inlist all Inhabitants fit to bear Arms; Continuance thereof; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 20 July.
-, Earl of, 1643, a Crucifix and Agnus Dei taken in his Pocket, 27 Mar. A Committee to prepare Heads for a Conference thereupon, 28. - Order for Sale of his sequestered Goods, 7 Sept.
-, 1644, his House assigned for the Reception of maimed Soldiers, 8 Nov.
-, 1643, Petition of Inhabitants referred to the Committees and Commissioners of Hertfordshire, 13 Apr.
-, Sir John, 1644, Petition read; Report concerning his Absence; House allow his Exchange for Sir Alexander Denton, 16 Oct. - The Committee of Privileges to consider of a proper Person to be exchanged for him, 18 Nov.
-, Counties, 1643, a Committee to consider of providing for the Necessities of their Forces, 22 June. Revived; Order for their Meeting, 24 - Another Committee to consider of laying Taxes, sequestering Livings of ill-affected Ministers, and settling the Excise therein, 26 Feb.
-, 1644, a Committee to consider of Means for raising Monies and providing Arms for them, 27 May - Names of Persons to be Justices of Peace, to be sent to the Commissioners of the Great Seal, 26 Oct.
-, Coasts, 1643, a Committee to consider of providing for the Safety thereof - Lord Admiral's Letter, desiring Merchant Men of War for that Service, 15 Apr.
-, 1644, Letter concerning the Disposal of Ships for Guard thereof, and for the Fishery, 22 July.
-, 1643, High Sheriff appointed, 30 Dec.
-, 1644, Assembly to consider of a convenient Number of proper Ministers to be sent down, 19 Aug. - Order for an Allowance to them out of the Revenues of the Dean, &c. of Durham, 30 Sept. - Additional Deputy Lieutenants from Lords, agreed to, 9 Oct. - 3 Dec.
-, Earl of, 1643, his Servant to have Pass to carry a Letter to him, 13 Apr. - Order for Payment of his Arrears - Complaint of an Assault made by him upon Mr. Marten, 18. Vide Privileges - Message to Lords, desiring he may be examined in the Presence of some Members, agreed to; the Committee for the Plot to be present; their Report, 29 June.
-, 1644, Order for restoring him to his Collieries and Coals upon the Staiths, &c. 26 Nov.
-, Colonel, 1643, his Letter concerning the Encounter between him and Sir Ralph Hopton's Forces, read, 8 Jan.
-, 1644, Petition, desiring his Soldiers Pay; Order for 2,000 £ upon Account, 15 May - His Letter; a Committee to consider of providing him with Saddles and Pistols, 21 June.
-, Richard, 1643, Petition for dividing his Goods in Partnership with Mr. Challoner; Order thereupon, 29 June. Vide Challoner.
-, Sir Gregory, 1643, Lord General to be moved for a Commission to him for 100 Men in Sussex, 19 Oct.
-, 1644, his Petition from Lords, read, and referred to the Committee for the Revenue, 24 July.
-, Mr. 1643, Report concerning him; Order for restoring him to his Possession, 3 June.
-, Sir Richard, 1644, Letter concerning him; Order for his Commitment to Lord Petre's House, 15 July - Report touching him; Order for admitting him to a Fiue and Composition; Committee to compound with him, 23 Oct.
-, 1643, Committees added to the Committee for Weekly Assessments and Sequestrations, 17 Apr. - Order for coining Plate brought in upon the Propositions, 27 - for sending down Ordinance - for Monies towards fortifying the Town, 19 June - Letter from thence, desiring the Assessments may be employed for paying their Forces; nothing done thereupon, 7 Sept. - Mayor, &c. impowered to appoint Preachers at Christ Church, 1 Nov.
-, Mr. 1643, Proceed of his sequestered Goods to be paid to the Treasurer for Sequestrations, 26 June, Order for Sale thereof, 29.
-, Henry, 1643, appointed Keeper of the Fleet Prison, 21 Oct.
-, William, 1643, Petition; Order for his Discharge, 16 Jan.
-, County, 1643, Order for sending down Musquets, 28 Mar. - Committees added to the Committee for Sequestrations, 2 Sept. Lords Concurrence signified, - High Sheriff appointed, 30 Dec.
-, 1644, Committees added to the several Committees, 7 May - 17 July.
-, Town, 1643, Instructions for Gentlemen sent from the Committee; Business from them referred to the Committee for Safety, 30 Mar. - Committees Petition read; the Committee for Safety to send a Commander in Chief; Committees at Lincoln, and others, to be desired by Letter to send Assistance; Speaker's Answer to the Person who presented the Petition, 19 Apr. Letter to Lord General, recommending the Care of the Town, read, and re-committed, 28. Reported, 29 - Conference desired with Lords concerning the State of the Army there, agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, 21 June - Letter from thence; Order for sending down Musquets, 28 July - Committees added to the Committee for Sequestrations, 2 Sept. - 27 Nov. - Letter from thence; Governor and Committee allowed a Table, 5 Sept. - Governor of the Castle approved, 20 Nov. - Committees Letter concerning the State of the Garison, read; Lord General to be desired to give them Assistance, 28. - The Committee for Safety to consider of supplying the Castle with Necessaries, 25 Dec. - Governor's Letter, relating the Condition of the Fort, and desiring Supplies, read; Order for Maintenance to them out of the Excise Monies, 15 Jan. - Another Letter, concerning a Defeat of the Forces from Newark, read; Order for borrowing 1,000 £ out of the Sequestration Monies for the Use of the Garison; Member to write to the Governor concerning Irish Prisoners taken, 26.
-, 1644, Governor's Letter, and a Letter concerning the Business of Newark, read, and referred to the Committee of both Kingdoms; Persons to attend them, 29 Mar. - Order for sending down Arms, 5 April. - Governor to be desired to take some Course with Prisoners taken at Newark, 4 June - Committees Letter read, and referred to the Committee for Safety, 7 Nov.
-, Earl of, 1644, Consideration of his annual Pension by Patents, referred to the Committee for the Revenue, 25 May - His Petition from Lords, with special Recommendation, 21 Oct.
-, Black, 1643, Order for sequestering the Living, read, and agreed to, 3 Oct.
-, Sufan de la, 1643, Order for permitting her Goods to pass beyond Sea, 9 Aug. Revoked; Copy of Revocation to be sent to Officers of the Out-ports, 10.
-, Mrs. 1643, Petition referred to the Committee for Obstructions in Courts of Justice, 8 Nov.
-, Mr. 1643, to be thanked by both Houses, 26 Jan.