Journal of the House of Commons: Volume 3, 1643-1644. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1802.
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-, 1643. Vide Supply.
-, Thomas, 1643, to be sent for, as a Delinquent, for refusing to serve, after receiving Prest-money, 25 Mar.
-, 1642, Petition of Inhabitants, complaining of their Parson and his Curate, referred to the Committee for plundered Ministers, 21 Mar. Vide Drake.
-, Mrs. 1643, Petition, 4 Nov.
-, Captain Thomas, 1643, Petition read, and referred to the Committee for Irish Affairs; 3 May - Another Petition; Order for Stay of Suits against him, 17 June - Business concerning Irish and Scots taken by him, referred to the Committee for the Navy; Lord Admiral to be desired to try them by martial Law, 20. Letter to the Lords of the secret Council in Scotland concerning them, read, agreed to, and to be signed by Speaker, 23.
-, 1643. Vide Supply.
-, Sir John, 1644, to be delivered into Serjeant's Custody, and not discharged without Lord Fairfax's Consent; Order for his Commitment to the Tower; Sentence pronounced, 31 May - To be exchanged for Colonel Ashenhurst and Son, 14 Aug.
-, Sir James, 1643, Order for Payment of his Arrears, 20 Jan.
-, Dr. 1644, appointed Master of the Hospital at Greatham, 30 Sept.
-, Mr. 1643, to be sent for in safe Custody, 9 Aug.
-, Lord, 1643, Petition in Mr. Pymm's Hands to be considered, 22 May. Speaker to put the House in mind to move for reading it, 26 - Read, and specially recommended to the Committee for Irish Affairs, 17 June - Voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament, 5 Feb.
-, Bishop of, 1643, Petition read, and laid aside, 5 Apr. - Referred to the Committee for Adventurers in Ireland, 9 May - Question for allowing him 50 £ Neg. - To have Warrant to go to Oxon, 29 July.
-, John, 1643, voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament, 22 Jan.
-, Sir Alexander, 1643, Order for bailing him, 24 Aug.
-, 1644, his Petition, sent from Lords with special Recommendation, to be considered, 7 Nov.
-, Mr. 1644, desired to preach, 26 June - Thanked, and to print his Sermon, 31 July.
-, Sir William, St. 1643, Message from Lords, desiring House to concur in a Pass for him to go beyond Sea; Answer thereto; Resolution for apprehending him, 11 July.
-, Mr. 1644, desired to preach, 31 July - Thanked, and to print his Sermon, 28 Aug.
-, John, 1643, to have Warrant to pass into France, 30 Mar.
-, Mr. 1643, to have Warrant to go to Oxon, 1 Apr.
-, Moses, 1643, a Committee to consider of his Disbursements, 6 Apr.
-, Colonel. Vide Ryley. Theophilus - 1643, the Committee for Examinations to inquire into his Escape, 31 Oct. - Examinations concerning it to be further considered, 8 Jan. Letter concerning his Release, 10.
-, Mr. 1644, Information concerning him, referred to the Committee for absent Members, 14 May.
-, Richard, 1643, to be bailed, 20 Apr.
-, 1643, Persons to be thanked for providing Victuals to be sent down, 20 Apr. - Letter concerning the taking the Town, read, and to be printed; Thanksgiving thereupon, 29. Vide Thanksgiving - Information that divers Inhabitants, having taken the Protestation against the Parliament, are liable to the Ordinance of Sequestration; a Committee to consider thereof in regard to an Article upon the Surrender which exempts them, 8 May - Lord General's Letter about securing the Town, read; Resolution for sending a Garison; Letter referred to the Committee for the Militia, and the Committees for raising Volunteers, 11 - House informed of the Proceedings of the Committee for raising Monies; Lord General's Care approved, 26 - Member to acquaint him with a Proposition for Preservation of the adjacent Country, 18 Nov.
-, 1644. City's Desire concerning fortifying the Place, to be considered, 10 Sept. - Order for securing it, 5 Oct. - Letter and Petition complaining of the Insolencies of the Soldiers, and Want of Officers, read; Lord General to be acquainted therewith, 4 Dec. His Answer reported, 5 - Letter concerning the Discovery of a Treason to betray the Town, read, and redelivered to the Member who presented it; Order for Defence thereof; Conspirators, with their Examinations, to be sent up, and tried by martial Law, 17 - The Committee of both Kingdoms to take care of removing the Horse Quarters, so that they may better relieve the Town, 19.
-, 1643, a Committee to prepare Declaration concerning the Rebellion in Ireland and England - Resolution for proceeding against all Traitors, 18 May.
-, 1643, Member to prepare Ordinance for inforcing them to make Certificates of their Receipts, 5 Sept.
-, Mr. 1643. Vide Quarrel - To be thanked for his Services in the City, 2 Oct.
-, Vide Books.
-, Popish, 1643, a Committee to consider of preventing the Statute 35° Eliz. against them being put in Execution against Protestants, 13 Dec. - A Committee to inquire concerning suspected Recusants, and what Recusants Estates have been discharged, 23 Feb.
-, 1643, Order for sequestering the Living, read, and agreed to, 22 Aug.
-, 1644, Letter concerning the taking it, read, 10 Oct.
-, Dr. 1643, Order for Sale of his sequestered Goods, 29 June.
-, 1643, Petition read, and specially recommended to the Committee for Safety, 11 Apr. Order for making Report, 24 - Petition of English Reformadoes read; Question for paying more Monies to those that received Part of a former Allowance, Neg.; Declaration that they were discharged upon Payment thereof, 29 - Another Petition referred to the Committee at Merchant Taylors Hall, 26 Aug. - Petition of Scots Reformadoes read; Petitioners to subscribe it, 11 Oct. Petition referred to the Committee for Supply of Lord General's Army; List of them to be sent to him, 16. Order for Meeting of the Committee, 18. All that come to have Voices, 26 - The Committee to confer with the Committee at Goldsmiths Hall, for providing Monies for them, 8 Nov. - Petition of the Scots Reformadoes of Foot, read, 15 Dec. - Member to consider their Condition, and certify what Employment they are fit for, 8 Jan. - A Committee so consider what Reformadoes, English and Scots, have been in Service, and of some Manner of paying them, 20 - Petition of English and Scots Reformadoes, 14 Feb.
-, 1644, a Committee to perfect the List of Scots Reformadoes; and consider what Money will carry them home, and of the Pay to English Reformadoes; Petition of Scots referred, 10 May - A Committee to consider by what means to be of Lord General's Army may be supported, 21. Several to be admitted to trail Pikes in Lord General's own Foot Company - Petition referred to the Committee for the Establishment; Committee to present Names of those appointed to be entertained in his Army, 23. Lord General to be acquainted therewith, 28 - Commissioners of the Excise to be desired to advance 1,000 £ to be paid amongst the English and Scots - Order for their quitting the Town; Speaker to grant them a Pass - Order that, upon Payment of the Money, they shall be no longer entertained upon the Pay of the State, 21 June - Order for paying 14 Scots Reformadoes, certified under a List, 20 July - Petition of divers Scots making Proposition for Payment of Money due to them, and of an Advance of 500 £ to the State, referred to the Committee at Goldsmiths Hall, 24 Oct.
-, 1643, Order for delivering the Keys of the Treasury, where they are kept, to a Committee; Question for breaking open the Door upon Refusal, Neg. 2 June. Resolution for breaking it open; a Committee to take an Inventory, 3.
-, 1644, a Committee to repair thither, and inform the House what superfluous Plate is there, 9 Oct.
-, 1643, Letters to be sent to the several Counties, inviting them to rise for Preservation of the Protestant Religion, 18 May. The Committee for Safety to prepare them, 24.
-, Mr. and others, 1643, committed to Newgate; Business referred to the Committee for Examinations; Restall examined; Examinations and Proofs against them to be transmitted to the King's Bench; Parties to be remitted to their Trial there; Order for Reward to the Guards that brought him up, 20 Apr.
-, Lieutenant, 1644, Order for paying his Arrears to his Widow, 5 Ap.
-, John, 1643, to have Warrant to pass beyond Sea, 15 Aug.
-, Robert, 1644, to have Sir Edward Hyde's Chambers, Books, and Manuscripts, 26 Oct.
-, Captain, 1643, to be permitted, with his Crew, to pass to Denmark, 23 Aug.
-, Sir Peter, 1643, Lord Admiral to be desired to visit a Ship laden with Currans, and certify whether they belong to him, and to stay them in the mean time, 18 Apr. To be desired to continue the Restraint, 22 - Order for Sale of his Gold and Silver Thread, forfeited for Non-payment of Customs, 20 - East India Company not to pay Money due to him, 17 May - A Committee to prepare Ordinance for their Indemnity - Order for sequestering his Estate, and seizing Money and Plate in the Custody of the Duke of Tuscany's Agent, 21 June. Order for indemnisfing him for delivering them into the Hands of the State, 22. - A Committee to prepare Ordinance for selling his Adventure in the East India Company's Hands, 1 July. Message to Lords, desiring their Answer, 3, 8 & 15 - His House to be made a Magazine, 25 - Order for Indemnity of his Creditors for Payment of Monies in their Hands, 1 Aug. - Sequestrators impowered to compound with him, 8.
-, 1644, a Committee to call in his Debts assigned for Support of Sir William Waller, 9 May.
-, Edwards, 1644, his Offer of a Loan of 100 £ accepted; Thanks thereupon; Order for his Security, 15 Apr. Offer of 150 £ more accepted, 16.
-, Andrew, 1643, Petition referred to the Committee for the Customers, 16 June.
-, Thomas, 1643, his Information concerning 8,000 Men raising in Flanders, designed for England, to be sent to Lord Admiral, 8 Apr. - His Petition referred to the Committee for Obstructions in the Courts of Justice, 28 May.
-, Lady, 1643, Order for disposing of her Plate and Money, and for restoring her Jewels, &c. 14 Apr.
-, Mrs. 1643, Petition referred to the Committee for Irish Affairs, 27 July.
-, Thomas, 1644, Petition read, and referred to the Committee at Haberdashers Hall, 7 June.
-, Judah, 1644, Petition referred to a Committee, 24 July - Order for paying her Part of her Husband's Arrears, 30 Sept.
-, Colonel, 1643, Petition referred to the Committee of Gloucester, 4 Mar.
-, Duke of, 1643, the Committee for Examinations to examine his Servants taken in the Road to Oxon - Order for committing them to Lord Petre's House in the mean time, 8 July - Order for raising Money out of his Pictures and Goods, 16 Jan. - For disposing of Rents not yet discovered, 1 Mar.
-, Duchess of, 1644, Order from Lords for a Pass to her, 13 Sept.
-, Surrey, 1643, Petition of Inhabitants read, and referred to Dr. Stanton, 12 July.
-, Park, 1643, Ordinance for preserving the Deer and Woods, 18 Sept.
-, Sir Thomas, 1644, to be sent up in safe Custody, 19 Nov.
-, Sir Thomas, junior, 1644, to be sent up in safe Custody, 19 Nov.
-, Sir William, 1644, to be sent up in safe Custody, 19 Nov. - Committed to the Tower, 13 Dec.
-, 1643, Order for sequestering the Living, read, and agreed to, 7 Oct.
-, Captain William, 1644, Order for paying him 100 £ towards his Arrears, 21 Dec.
-, Alexander, 1642, Order for delivering great Saddles to him, 18 Mar.
-, 1644, for providing a convenient House for him and his Family, 12 July.
-, Colonel, 1644, Order for paying Money for which he is bound, for Powder and Match, 24 Sept.
-, Vide Dartmouth, Lambeth, and Southwark.
-, Captain Melcalf, 1644, to be sent up in safe Custody, 19 Nov. - Committed to Southwark Compter, 13 Dec.
-, Peter, 1643, Petition referred to the Committee for Irish Affairs, 8 Sept.
-, New, 1643, Commissioners to pay Money in their Hands to Sir Thomas Middleton, 24 June.
-, Lord, 1643, Order for sequestering his Estate, 30 Sept.
-, Countess of, 1643, Consideration of Monies to be paid her for Timber, referred to the Committee for Sequestrations. 19 Apr. - Member to give Order for staying her Goods, 6 May - Conference desired by Lords concerning her, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported - Order for delivering her Goods, 8. Question for redelivering them, Neg. 17 - Message from Lords concerning a Pass to her, 12 June.
-, Vide Hamburgh.
-, John, 1643, to have Licence to go into Ireland, 14 Apr.
-, Commissary, 1643, to be summoned to attend a Committee, 27 May.
-, Sir John, 1643, Order for his Indemnity for raising a Troop to suppress the Insurrection in Kent, and for reimbursing him out of the Offenders Estates, 4 Aug.
-, Sir Walter, 1643, Letter and Examinations concerning his Infolencies; Order for taking him into Custody till be give good Bail; Bail not to be presented but between 10 and 12 o'Clock, 15 Sept.
-, 1644, Order for his Discharge, 5 Apr.
-, Lord, 1643, to be recommended to Lord General for a Post in the Army, 21 Mar.
-, 1644, Petition of Gentlemen of Devon and Cornwall, desiring he may have the Command in Chief of those Counties, with Reasons annexed, read, 10 May - Order appointing him Governor of Plymouth; Lord General to be moved for a Commission; Lords Concurrence signified, 7 Sept.
-, Luke, 1643, to have Warrant to go beyond Sea, 11 July.
-, John, 1643. Vide Privileges - Order for Sale of his Oils, and disposing of the Proceed thereof, 8 Nov. His Petition referred to a Committee, 30 - Order for restoring them, 15 Dec.
-, Susan, 1643, Petition referred to the Committee for Captives, 21 Apr.
-, David. Vide Mercer.
-, William, 1644, Motion for making him Clerk of the Peace for Cambridgeshire, to be considered, 7 Aug.
-, Mr. 1644, Paper concerning his declining to be a Presbyter, after his Offer to be made one, referred to the Committee for plundered Ministers, 19 Nov.
-, Mr. 1644, committed to London House, 13 Dec.
-, Abigail, 1643, to have Pass to go into France, and return, 26 June.
-, David, 1643, Petition read, and referred to the Committee for Gloucester, 12 Oct.
-, 1643, Petition of Inhabitants; Preacher appointed, 1 July - Mayor, &c. to return the Names of well-affected Ministers, 3 Nov.
-, Earl of, 1644, King's Letter to the Earl of Newcastle concerning him, read twice; intercepted Letter from Lady d'Aubigny, mentioning a Pardon to be procured for him, read - Resolution that he has adhered to the Enemies of the King and Parliament, 12 July. King's Letter to be entered, 13 - Order for presenting Impeachment against him, 12 Aug.
-, Castle, 1643, Letter concerning the Government thereof, read; Lord Gray to be desired to continue the Governor, and take care the necessary Supplies be not withdrawn, 23 Dec. - Governor's Letter, and other Papers, touching his being arrested by Lord Gray's Marshall, and summoned by a Warrant from Lord General's Advocate; Letter, Warrant, and former Order of the House, read; Business referred to the Committee for Leicestershire - Order for staying Proceedings by the Council of War, 16 Mar.
-, Sir Thomas, 1643, to be summoned to attend the Service of the House, 15 Apr. - Respited, upon Report from the Committee for absent Members, 22 Jan. - To have Liberty to be assessed for his 20th and 5th Part. 7 Feb.
-, 1644, to have Warrant to go to Bath, 3 July.
-, 1644, Order concerning the Sale of a Brass Statue and Horse there, revoked, 4 Nov. Ordinance for disposing of the Proceed thereof, read, 7.
-, Lady, 1643, Order for her Indemnity for paying Money, payable into the Court of Wards, to the Treasurer at Guildhall, 18 Apr.
-, Mr. 1643, Motion for summoning him to attend; Member undertakes to give him Notice, 24 Aug.
-, Mr. 1644, Report concerning him; Resolution that he has been prejudiced by the seizing and detaining his Goods at the Custom House; Reparation to be made; the Committee for the Navy to consider of fit Persons to make it, 7 May. Their Report; the Committee to prepare Ordinance for Reparation out of the Estates of the Sheriff and Customers, 18. Impowered to compound with them, 28. - Ordinance passed, 14 June - Order for levying the Money by Distress, 26 July - The Committee for Sequestrations to consider of his Sufferings, and of relieving him out of sequestered Estates, 20 Aug.
-, Sir Samuel, 1644, to be admitted to sit, upon Report from the Committee for absent Members, 1 Aug.
-, 1642, the Collector to collect the Rents, and pay them to the Treasurer at War, 23 Mar.
-, 1643, a Committee to call the Officers before them, and know what Monies are due upon the Office of Master of the Rolls - Member to prepare Ordinance for sequestering all the Rents and Profits thereof, 28 Mar. - Member to prepare Ordinance for settling the Mastership of the Rolls upon Speaker, 7 Nov. Ordinance read, and agreed to; Lords Concur reuce signified, 8 - Lords to be moved that he may be sworn in the Presence of both Houses, 30 - That he may take the Oaths of Allegiance and Supremacy, as well as that concerning the triennial Parliament; sworn, 16 Dec. - His Commission and Warrant to the Commissioners of the Great Seal to pass it, sent to Lords, 10 Feb. Returned with Amendments; Amendments agreed to, 29.
-, Mr. 1643, to be exchanged for Mr. Jones, 6 Sept.
-, Edward, 1643, his Executors to pay Monies collected by him to the Receivers for Essex and Suffolk, 5 Oct.
-, Margaret, 1644, Petition specially recommended to the Committee for plundered Ministers, 30 Sept.
-, Captain Robert, 1643, to give Security for his Return from Oxon, 27 Oct.
-, Christopher, 1643, Petition referred to the Committee for Irish Affairs, 14 June.
-, Mr. 1643, Order for sequestering his personal Estate, 19 June - For delivering his Timber at Woolwich for the Use of the Navy, 12 Sept.
-, William, 1643, Petition concerning Monies seized, which he was transporting into Scotland, referred to a Committee, 30 May - Report; Order for restoring Part, and giving him the public Faith for Repayment of the rest, 3 June. Order to stand; a Committee to accommodate Matters between Parties concerned, 10 - Order for public Faith to him for 500 £ paid to the Treasurers at Guildhall, 10 July. Agreed to by Lords, 11.
-, Mr. 1644, a Committee to consider of his Losses sustained by the Garison at Lyme, and make him Satisfaction, 16 Dec.
-, Lieutenant Colonel, 1644, Order touching his Pay as such, and touching his Arrears as Captain, 4 Sept.
-, Serjeant Major, 1643, intercepted Letter from him to Sir Hugh Cholmley, sent to Lords, 15 May.
-, Colonel, 1644, his Letter, 22 Nov.
-, Sir John, 1643, Petition referred to the Committee for Sequestrations, 7 Dec.
-, Mr. 1643, Assembly to be consulted about permitting Psalms set forth by him to be sung, 22 Nov. - Appointed Provost of Eton; Member to prepare Ordinance for settling him in the Office, 29 Jan. - Ordinance read twice, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 3 Feb.
-, Colonel Arthur, 1644. Vide Privileges.
-, Martin de, 1644, Petition concerning the Tyger of Rotterdam, referred to a Committee; Order for restoring his Goods, upon paying the Appraisement, 16 Sept.
-, Henry, 1644, to be sent up in safe Custody, 19 Nov- - Committed to Southwark Compter, 13 Dec.
-, Thomas, 1643, Order for paying Money due to him to the Lieutenant Governor of Jersey, 6 Nov.
-, Sir H. 1643, Business concerning seizing his Horses referred to the Committee for Examinations, 1 June.
-, John, 1644, to be sent for, as a Delinquent; Order for sequestering his Estate, 28 July.
-, William, 1643, voted unfit to inhabit in a Parliament Garison, 3 Nov.
-, Earl of, 1642, to have Warrant to come up from Oxon, 22 Mar.
-, 1643, voted an Incendiary, Resolution for sequestering his Estate in England, 10 May.
-, 1644, Paper from Scots Commissioners concerning him, read, and referred to a Committee, 10 June - Members to acquaint them with the Votes concerning him, 12.
-, Countess of, 1643, Speaker to grant a Pass for conveying her Corpse into Scotland, and for the Attendants thereupon, 22 July.
-, Marmaduke, 1643, Order for seizing his Lands, Goods, &c. for Money due upon Bonds for Customs, 8 May - Petition of his Creditors, referred to the Committee for Sequestrations, 20 - Letter concerning a Ship laden with his Goods, referred to the Committee for the Navy, 25 - Order for Sale of them, 16 June.
-, Mr. 1644, to be sent for, as a Delinquent, for printing a Book, intituled, His Majesty's Declaration to all his loving Subjects, in Answer to a Declaration of the Lords and Commons upon the late Proceedings of the late Treaty, 16 June.
-, a Ship, 1643, Petition of Master, &c. 30 Mar. - Another read, and referred to a Committee, 9 May. Order for Payment of Money to them, 23.
-, Archdeacon, 1643, to be sent for, as a Delinquent, for being active against the Parliament, 19 Apr.
-, Colonel, 1643, Petition to be considered, 3 Nov.
-, 1644, Order for allowing him 979 £ in Recompence for his Service, sent to Lords, 10 June. Returned, with an Amendment; Amendment agreed to, 24.
-, Sir Benjamin, 1643, to attend, and not depart without Leave, 17 Apr.
-, false, 1643, a Committee to consider of an Order to prevent spreading them, 21 Apr.
-, Prince, 1642, Letter concerning his Advance with a great Force towards Aylesbury, 20 Mar. - Another concerning his nearer Approach, 22 - Another concerning the Carriage of his Forces, read; Copies to be sent to Lords and Lord Mayor; Letter to be printed, 23.
-, 1643, his Warrant to the Constable, &c. of Cortenhall, to be printed, and fixed up in all public Places, 11 Nov.
-, 1644, Letters of Intelligence of his Motions, read, 13 May - Letter concerning a total Rout of his Forces, and the Army setting down before York, read, to be sent to Lords, and printed; a Committee to prepare Letter of Thanks - Colonel Russell relates the State of the Parliament's and Prince Rupert's Forces, and of the City of York and Counties thereabouts; thanked for his Service, 10 July. Letter of Thanks reported, read, and agreed to - Another Letter, with 49 CoJours, and the King's Letter, with a Commission to the Earl of Newcastle to make Knights, delivered to the Messenger who brought it, to be presented to Lords; Order for a Reward to him, 12. The Committee of both Kingdoms to give Order that the Motions of the Prince's Army may be observed, 3 Aug. - Letter concerning his being at Bristol, and expecting a Reinforcement, read; the same Committee to send Answer, 9 Sept. - His Letter to Lord General, read, and referred to the Committee of both Kingdoms, 18 Nov.
-, Castle, 1644, Order for delivering Arms and Ammunition for Defence thereof, 5 Oct.
-, Mr. 1643, Member to prepare Ordinance appointing him Cursitor of Yorkshire, 11 July. Ordinance read, and agreed to, 17. Sent to Lords, 24.
-, 1644, appointed Licencer of Pamphlets, 11 Apr.
-, Mrs. 1643, Order permitting her to pass with her Children, &c. beyond Sea, 9. Revoked; Copy of Revocation to be sent to the Officers of the Out-ports, 10.
-, Matthew, 1643, to be sent to Lord General, to be put upon a Council of War; Order for his Commitment to Newgate in the mean time, 18 Dec.
-, John, 1643, voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament, 22 Jan.
-, Sir William, 1644, Order for Meeting of the Committee for the Petition against him, 20 Aug.
-, Edward, 1644, his Composition, with the Reason thereof, reported; Resolutions thereupon; the Committee to agree with him according to them, 27 July.
-, Company, 1644, to discharge their present Governor, and chuse another, 1 June.
-, Arnold, 1643, to have Warrant to pass beyond Sea, 29 Aug.
-, Mr. 1643, desired to preach, 27 Dec. - Thanked, and to print his Sermon, 31 Jan.
-, County, 1643, a Committee to put Ordinances for Monies in Execution, 28 Sept. - Committee added, 16 Oct. - Account of Monies, &c. raised upon Sequestrations, to be delivered to them, 23 Dec. High Sheriff appointed - Letter concerning the Rout of the Belvoir Forces, read, 30 - Another Letter concerning a Second Rout of them, 12 Jan. - Committees Letter; Treasurer appointed, 29.
-, 1644, Petition of Freeholders, &c. read, and referred to a Committee; another Petition from the Committee, referred, 24 June - Information concerning the County, referred to the Committee of both Kingdoms, 19 July - Earl of Kent appointed Lord Lieutenant; Lords Concurrence signified, 24 Aug. - Deputy Lieutenants appointed, 3 Sept. - Ordinance for a Weekly Assessment for maintaining their Forces, read, and passed, 8 Oct. Agreed to by Lords, 9 - Petition of Inhabitants, sent from Lords, to be considered, 18.
-, Nicolas, 1644, Petition from Lords, referred to the Committee of both Kingdoms, 16 Oct.
-, 1643. Order for Mayor to search Trunks, and seize prohibited Goods, 19 Aug.
-, Mr, 1643, to be discharged of Monies assessed upon him, 8 Sept.
-, Theophilus, 1643, Discovery of a Design carried on by him, Colonel Reade, Sir Basil Brooke, Mr. Violett, and others, concerning Letters, a Petition and Proposition touching Accommodations, &c. reported; their Examinations, and other Papers, read; Resolution thereupon; Members thanked for their Diligence in making this Discovery; further Examination referred to a Committee; Conference desired with Lords, agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held; Order for his Commitment to the Tower, 6 Jan. Further Examinations of Sir Basil Brooke, read; Lords Committees to be acquainted therewith, 8. Order for printing and publishing what was delivered to the Common Hall, with the Committees Observations thereupon, 10.