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Journal of the House of Commons: Volume 5, 1646-1648. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1802.

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22 23 & 24 Car. I. Parl. 5. A. 1646, 1647, & 1648.22 23 & 24 Car. I. Parl. 5. A. 1646, 1647, & 1648.22 23 & 24 Car. I. Parl. 5. A. 1646, 1647, & 1648.22 23 & 24 Car. I. Parl. 5. A. 1646, 1647, & 1648.22 23 & 24 Car. I. Parl. 5. A. 1646, 1647, & 1648.22 23 & 24 Car. I. Parl. 5. A. 1646, 1647, & 1648.22 23 & 24 Car. I. Parl. A. 1646, 1647, & 1648.22 23 & 24 Car. I. Parl. 5. A. 1646, 1647, & 1648.22 23 & 24 Car. I. Parl. 5. A. 1646, 1647, & 1648.22 23 & 24 Car. I. Parl. 5. A. 1646, 1647, & 1648.22 23 & 24 Car. I. Parl. 5. A. 1646, 1647, & 1648.22 23 & 24 Car. I. Parl. 5. A. 1646, 1647, & 1648.22 23 & 24 Car. I. Parl. 5. A. 1646, 1647, & 1648.22 23 & 24 Car. I. Parl. 5. A. 1646, 1647, & 1648.

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KECKWITH, Lieutenant Colonel George, 1646, appointed Governor of St. Mawes, 12 Mar.

Kelsey, Edward, 1647, appointed Governor of Magdalen's Hospital in Hants; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 20 May.
-, Colonel 1647, to be thanked for his Care in securing Monies at Oxon, 4 June.

Kemish, Sir Nicholas, 1647, has Leave to go to Bath upon Security for his true Imprisonment, 7 Sept.
-, 1648, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 15 Apr.Bonds entered into by him and his Sureties, to be put into Suit, 10 May.

Kemp, Nicolas, 1647, his Case, concerning a Debt due from Sir John Mylle, referred to a Committee, 17 Dec.
-, 1648, Order for paying it, 16 May. Agreed to by Lords,
-, Thomas, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 27 Jan.
-, John, 1647, Order for paying him 800. due from Sir John Mylle, 21 Mar. Agreed to by Lords.

Keymes, Sir Charles, 1648, has Leave to go beyond Sea, according to his Articles, 14 Aug.To be admitted to compound at a full Third Part of his Estate.

Kendrick, Alderman, 1646, the Committee of Accounts to state his Accounts, 6 Jan.Accounts to be read, 4 Mar.

Kenrick, Captain, 1647, Examination concerning indicting him for stealing Horses, to be read, 30 Apr.Read, with a Letter from the Deputy Lieutenants of Kent; Sir John Sedley examined; Previous Question for putting him out of all public Employments, Affirmative, 6 May.

Kent, 1647, Complaint of Misdemeanors committed by some Troopers, referred to a Committee, 17 June A Committee to prepare Letter to be sent to the County Committee, 3 Aug.Names subscribed to a Letter from the Committee of the City Militia to them, read 25 Sept.Committees Letter concerning vexatious Suits for Services done to the Parliament, read, 22 Oct.Ordinance for Indemnity of Persons who have served the Parliament, read twice; Question for Commitment, Neg. Ordinance passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 23 Mar.Committees Letter referred to the Committee of Indemnity, 3 Nov.Ordinance impowering them to put in Execution the Ordinances for Indemnity, read, and passed, 21 Dec.Agreed to by Lords, 20 Jan. Order appointing High Sheriff, and for a Commission to him, 17 Nov. Agreed to by Lords, 29Members sent down to hasten the bringing in the Arrears of the Assessments of 600,000 .; the Committee of the Army to prepare Instructions for them, and Letter to hasten the Payment, 23 Dec. Instructions and Letter reported, read, and agreed to, Sheriff has Leave to come to London, 13 Jan.Committees Letter referred to the Committee of the Army, Another, touching proportioning the Assessments, referred to the Committee upon the Ordinance for monthly Assessments, 2 Mar.Another Letter read, Ordinance for impowering the Deputy Lieutenants to punish Defaulters in Musters by a pecuniary Mulct, ordered, 27 Jan.
-, 1648, Read, 19 Apr. Committed.Reported, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 16 May Additional Committees for Assessments, agreed to by Lords, 2 MayThe Committee to prevent tumultuous Meetings. Member has Leave to go down for Preservation of the Peace, 22Declaration of the County to Soldiers of Lord Fairfax's Army, read; the Committee at Derby House to find out the Printer, &c.Letters and Informations concerning rising in divers Parts, referred to the same Committee; Persons to attend them: their Report, with Earl of Thanet's Proposals to them, for appeasing the Tumults, and Lords Sense thereupon, read, and agreed to. Instructions for him, reported, read, and agreed to; Order for sending him downThe Committee of the Admiralty to fit de die in diem till the Distractions are settled Letter, with Copy of Articles agreed on between some of the Committee, and other Gentlemen read, The Committee at Derby House to employ the Parliament's Guard, and Forces in the Tower, to suppress the Insurrection. Their ReportMr. Sherman's Relation of Numbers risen about Deptford and GreenwichTo be made to the Committee at Derby House; they to prepare Instructions for him; Instructions reported, read, and agreed to. Letter to the Committee, readanother to Lord Mayor, read; Order for Thanks to him for communicating itDeclaration that House leaves the whole Management of the Business to General; to be sent to him, and the Gentlemen of Kent, and communicated to the City, A Committee to examine the Messenger that brought a Letter pretended to be sent from divers Gentlemen; their Report; Messenger ordered into Custody. Vide GatesAnother Letter communicated by Lords, Letters from Rochester, and from Gentlemen of the County, to Lord Mayor, &c. read; Lord Mayor, &c. to be thanked; Messengers that brought the Letter from Rochester ordered into CustodyGeneral's Letter concerning the Defeat of the Kentish Forces at Maidstone, to be communicated to Lord Mayor and Common Council, and returned backOrder for Rewards to the MessengersFor a Thanksgiving. Vide ThanksgivingFor a Letter of Thanks to General, 3 JuneHis Letter, with Papers inclosed, read; a Committee to carry them to the Common Council and Militia, and make Observations upon the inclosed PapersOrder for printing the LetterFor a Letter of ThanksLord Goringe declared a Traitor. Vide Goringe, LordThe Committee at Derby House to dispose of the Horses and Arms taken, Another Committee to dispose of the Prisoners, and send to General for a Commission to try Revolters by martial Law; Power given them to send for Lists of Prisoners in the several PrisonsOrder for disfranchising Watermen and Freemen and Apprentices of London engaged in the late Insurrection, Order approving the General's Actions in reducing the County agreed to by LordsHis Letter read; a Committee to prepare Letter acknowledging the Receipt thereofPerson ordered into Custody for making Carriages for the Ordnance. Vide Townsend, RichardA Committee to examine the State of the Business touching the late Tumults; Papers offered to the House referred. Report of Resolutions, and a DeclarationOrder for sending down Ammunition, Examination of several Persons referred to the Committee of the Navy, Report touching releasing them; the Committee impowered to take Bail; another Committee to examine them, 3 Aug.Ordinance for raising Monies out of the Sequestrations of Delinquents in the late Insurrections, read; Question for rejecting it, Neg. Order for Second Reading, 3 JulyGentlemen of the County to consult with the Committee at Derby House for Preservation of the Peace, Committees Letter read; House approves of their raising Forces; Order for applying the Fines of those that have been in any Insurrections, for Maintenance of themA Committee to consider of a Clause in the Letter touching Mitigation and Exemption, Additional Deputy Lieutenants, Committees, and Commissioners, to act upon all Ordinances, agreed to; Lords Concurrence to be desired, Order for trying by martial Law as many of the Prisoners as are triable thereby, 15 Aug.

Kent, William, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 9 Mar.

Kentish, Richard, 1647, desired to preach, 27 Oct.Thanked, and to print his Sermon, 25 Nov.

Kercher, Thomas, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 20 May.

Kettleby, Captain, 1646, Report from the Committee of the Admiralty concerning him, communicated by Lords, 18 Dec.
-, 1647, they put House in mind thereof, 7 Apr.

Kildare, Earl of, 1647, his Petition from Lords, read, and rejectedOrder for 200 . for Relief of his Countess and Children; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 14 July.
-, Countess of, 1648, her Petition from Lords, with special RecommendationOrder for paying her 500 . in Part of the Earl's Arrears; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 20 June.

Killegrew, Sir Peter, 1646, appointed to carry the Vote concerning the King's coming to Holdenby House, to the Scots Commissioners at Newcastle; Lords Concurrence to be desiredOrder for staying his Journey, 2 Jan.Order for 100. to defray his Expences, Order from Lords for dispatching him with a Letter to the Scots Parliament, agreed to; the Committee of the Revenue to pay him 200. to defray his Expences.
-, 1648, his Petition from Lords, with special Recommendation, read, and referred to the Committee of the Revenue, 26 Aug.

Kilmurray, Lord Viscount, 1648, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 26 Aug.

Kindersley, Robert, 1648, Justice that committed him impowered to bail or discharge him, 12 Aug. Like Power given to Sir Robert Pye.

King, 1646, Vote from Lords, concerning his coming to Newmarket, to be read, 22 Dec. Read twice, and to be further consideredHis Letter, desiring to come to London, or thereabouts, read, and to be communicated to Scots Commissioners, Lords Order for desiring them to write to their General, and Committee with the Army to prevent his going beyond Sea, read, and agreed to. Resolution for his coming to Holden by House, and remaining there with such Attendants as both Houses shall appoint, Lords Vote concerning the Disposal of his Person, farther considered; One Clause agreed to, with an Amendment. Previous Question for appointing a Committee to consider of another Clause to be added, Affirmative. Clause reported; another Committee to withdraw and alter it according to the Debate; Clause reported, read, and passed; Vote agreed to, with Amendments; Conference to be desired thereupon; Managers appointed. Conference desired, and agreed to; Managers Names read; Conference held; another desired by Lords, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; Lords Amendments read twice; Question for agreeing thereto, Neg. a Committee to assign Reasons; Conference to be desired; Managers appointed. Conference desired, agreed to, and held, Preamble from Lords, with their Order for communicating it to Scots Commissioners, and sending it to the King, severally read, and agreed to, 1 Jan.Letters concerning his endeavouring to escape from Newcastle; Vote concerning the Disposal of his Person to be sent by Sir Peter Killegrew to General Leven and the Scots Commissioners there, agreed to by LordsOrder for staying his Journey. Lords to be acquainted therewith, Manner of receiving the King from the Scots Army to be considered, 2 & . Considered; previous Question for delivering him over to Major General Skippon, Neg. a Committee of both Houses to be appointed to go and receive him; a Committee to prepare Instructions for themLetters to the Scots General, and Commissioners, to acquaint them with the Votes, ordered. Reported, with a Letter to the King, and agreed toInstructions reported, read twice, and passed, with Amendments; Letters, and Instructions, agreed to by Lords; Speaker to sign the Letters. Instructions amended. Amendments agreed to by Lords, A Committee to prepare additional Instruction to prevent secret Conveyance of Papers to or from the King. Instruction reported, read, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence to be desired, One Commissioner excused, in regard of an Indisposition; another appointed in his roomOrder for 2,500 . to bear their Charges; Ministers to be desired to go with them, 7 Jan.Commissioners to present Names of Persons to attend the King from Newcastle to Holdenby. Their Report; Question for considering it now, Neg. Considered; several of his antient Servants, and others, approved; Resolution touching the Number; Physician approved; Commissioners to appoint inferior ServantsCaptain Joyner to be recommended to them, Order for repairing Holdenby House, and providing Necessaries for the King, Commissioners Letter read; General and Major General Skippon to be desired to comply with their Directions concerning Convoys and additional Forces for the King's Safety in his Journey, Letters from the King, the Scots Commissioners at Newcastle, and General Leven, read, and to be communicated to the Scots Commissioners hereOrder for 100 . to defray Sir Peter Killegrew's Expences, Conference desired by Lords, for imparting Papers of great Consequence from the Scots Parliament, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; Letter, Declaration, and Desires of the Scots Parliament, with Lords Votes, read, and to be considered. Letter read twice; a Committee to prepare a general Answer; Declaration, and Lords Votes, read; Desires read together; then one by one; a Committee to prepare Answer to the First Part of the First Desire; Answers to the Remainder, agreed to. Answer to the Letter reported, read by Parts, and agreed to; Conference desired thereupon, agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held; Lords Concurrence signified; Speaker to sign it, and send a Duplicate; Sir Peter Killegrew to be dispatched speedily; Order for 200 . to defray his Expences, Letters from the Parliament's Commissioners, and Major General Skippon, read; Order for repairing Holdenby House, and providing Necessaries for the King's Journey, 2 Feb.Another Letter from the Commissioners, with a Declaration inclosed, read. Order for a Reward to the Messenger; Lords Concurrence to be desired, For 3,000 . to defray the Charges of the King's Journey; Question for an Amendment, Neg.A Committee to prepare Letter to the Commissioners to advise them, in their Expences, to have Regard to the Necessities of the Kingdom. Letter read, and agreed to, King's Paper in Characters, designed to be sent to the French Agent, to be decyphered. Vide Murray, MongoCommissioners Letters from Holdenby, read; Order for supplying the Convoy quartered thereabouts with Pay, Another read, Another with King's Letter inclosed, desiring certain Bishops and Divines may attend him, Some of the Commissioners have Leave to come to Town, Commissioners Letter read; a Physician, and Earl of Pembroke's Sons, have Leave to visit him at his Request. Member has Leave to visit him, Commissioners Letter to be read, 27 Feb.1 Mar. Read, with a List of King's Attendants; List disapprovedAnother Letter to the Committee of the Revenue, with Estimate of One Day's Expence, read; Resolution that there be as yet no Establishment of any HousholdThat no Person be employed about, or have Access to, the King, but such as have adhered to the Parliament, and taken the Covenant; Votes to be inclosed in a Letter to the Commissioners. Letter reported, and ageed to. The Committee of the Revenue to consider of the Charge of the King's being at Holdenby House to consider whether they shall continue the present or send other Commissioners, Speaker acquaints House he had received a Letter from the CommissionersKing's Letter communicated by Lords, read; Debate thereon adjourned, Commissioners Letter readReport from the Committee of the Revenue, desiring to know what Sum the House thinks will be sufficient for the daily Expences of the King and Commissioners; Resolution for allowing 50 . per Diem; the Committee to write Letter to the Commissioners to appoint a Person to receive and issue the Money, and to provide proper Accommodations for all the Attendants.
-, 1647, Lords Answer to King's last Letter to be considered, 29 Mar.Commissioners Letter, concerning Papers secretly delivered to the King. Vide Bosevile. Order for Letter of Thanks, and to desire a Continuance of their Care, 8 Apr.Another Letter, concerning the Resort of People to be touched for the Evil; a Committee to prepare Letter of Thanks, and Declaration to inform the People of the Superstition thereof, Commissioner has Leave to go into Hants, 11 May. Lords Concurrence signifiedAnother has Leave to come to London; Lords Concurrence to be desired, Vote from Lords for King's Removal to Oatlands. They put House in mind thereof, 7 June. Previous Question for agreeing thereto, Affirmative; main Question, Neg. Message from Lords, desiring to be admitted to speak to the Vote at the next Conference, Commissioners Letter and a Paper inclosed, delivered by Cornet Joice; Messengers Relation of the Demeanor of the Horse that came to Holdenby; Order for a Reward to him, 4 JuneCommissioners Letter, concerning the carrying them and the King to Newmarket, read; Messenger relates all the Passages; Order for a Reward to himScots Commissioners Letter, desiring to communicate things of great Importance to the Parliament, read; a Committee of both Houses to hear what they have to deliver. Paper reported, and read twice, Lord Dumfermling's Letter, desiring to communicate something from the King, read; Order for calling him in; Manner of receiving him; delivers his Message; to be desired to send it to Speaker in Writing under his own Hand, General's Letter, with Paper inclosed, delivered from the Soldiery that seized the King; a Committee to prepare Letters to him and the Commissioners, for bringing him back to Holdenby. Letters reported, read, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence to be desired, Order for Ministers to return, agreed to by Lords, Message from Lords, concerning the Disposal of the King's Person; previous Question that House will send Answer by Messengers of their own, Affirmative, Letter to Commissioners, read, and agreed to; Speaker to sign and send it; previous and main Questions for desiring the General to deliver the King to Persons appointed by both Houses, to be placed at Richmond, under such Guard, and in such manner, as they shall think fit, severally Affirmative; Commissioners and Guard appointed; severally agreed to by LordsTheir Letters to General and Commissioners, for Removal of the King's Person to Richmond, read, and agreed to, Scots Commissioners Letter desiring a Pass for some of them to repair to the King, agreed toLetter to the Commissioners, read, and agreed to, Their Letter read, Another, with Copy of General's Letter to them inclosed, readOrder for sitting up Richmond House for the King's ReceptionMinute of Lords Letter to him, read; previous and main Questions for agreeing thereto, severally Affirmative; Copy thereof, and of Votes concerning his coming to Richmond, to be sent to GeneralAnother Copy to be inclosed in a Letter to the Commissioners, expressing an Approbation of their Proceedings, Vote from Lords, concerning his staying at Royston, or returning to Newmarket, with Letters to him and General, in pursuance thereof, read, and agreed to; Letter acquainting the Commissioners therewith, read, and approved; agreed to by Lords. Their Letter, concerning his Resolution to stay there, read, Letter concerning Persons come to the King; Commissioners to remove all that ought not to come by their Instructions; General to order the Guards to obey their Commands; Lords Concurrence signifiedLords Vote for him to be at Royston or Newmarket; their Letters to him and the Commissioners, to the same Purport, severally readResolution for removing him to Holdenby; Preamble to be joined thereto, and Letters to the General and Commissioners, in pursuance thereof, ordered. Severally reported, read, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence signified, Letters concerning the King's Removal to Windsor Castle, read; Resolution that he shall reside no nearer London than the Quarters of the Army shall be allowed to be, 1 July. Agreed to by Lords, Commissioners Letter readOrder from Lords, for Leave to the French Ambassador to go to the King, and Minute of their Letter to the Commissioners, read, and agreed to, Order from Lords for his Children to visit him, agreed to, Debate concerning King's Person, to be resumed, Declaration from Lords, concerning his coming to his Parliament, read; previous Question for Second Reading, Affirmative; Declaration read Second time, and amended; previous Question for passing it, with the Amendments, Affirmative; Amendments agreed to by Lords, Declaration to be printed and publishedto be inclosed in Letters to the King and Commissioners, 1 Aug.Scots Commissioners Letter communicated by Lords; their Vote for the King's coming to London; previous and main Questions for agreeing thereto, severally Affirmative; Order for printing and publishing it; a Committee to prepare Duplicates thereof, and of Letters to be sent to the King, the General, and Commissioners, Order of the Revenue for issuing Money for the King and Commissioners, agreed to, though irregularly signed, Commissioners Letter concerning the King's Resolution of going to Oatlands, read, Another Letter, and a Report from the Committee of the Revenue, concerning Money for his privy Purse, read, and to be considered, Scots Commissioners Letter, signifying the Commands laid upon them to attend the King, and their Intentions, read, 22 Oct. Another to the same Purport, communicated by Lords, read, Lieutenant General Cromwell's Letter, signifying the King's Escape, read; Order for stopping the Ports, and seizing all PassengersFor stopping and searching Ships, and staying all Passengers; Persons ordered into CustodyA Committee to search Places, and examine Persons to be nominated to them; Commissioners thankedA Committee to examine the whole Business of the King's withdrawing from Hampton Court, and concerning any Design of Danger against his PersonScots Commissioners Letter, desiring to be informed whether the King is gone from Hampton Court, readKing's Letter to both Houses, communicated by Lords. To be communicated to the Scots Commissioners; the Committee of Complaints to examine by what Authority it was printedColonel Whalley's Relation of the Circumstances of the King's going from Hampton Court, to be presented in Writing under his own HandLieutenant General Cromwell's Letter, concerning Reports of some Design of Danger to the King's Person and Life, read; true Copy thereof to be leftPrevious and main Questions that it shall be Forfeiture of Estate and Life, for any one to conceal him, severally AffirmativeA Committee to prepare additional Declaration for the Safety of the King's Person, Order for stopping Ports, and staying Ships, discharged; Captain Basket's Letter, signifying that the King is come into the Isle of Wight, read, and to be kept safe by Speaker; Order for a Reward to the MessengerColonel Hammond's Letter to the same Purport, read, and to be communicated to Lords; Order for a Reward to the Messenger; several Persons ordered into CustodyA Committee of both Houses to consider what is fit to be done in Relation to the King's Safety, and of Directions to Colonel Hammond in Reference thereto. Directions reported; Resolution for dissolving the Houshold at Hampton Court. Agreed to by LordsMinute of Letter from Lords to Colonel Hammond, read, and agreed to; Speakers of both Houses to sign itList of King's Servants from them, read, and referred to a Committee. List agreed on by the Committee, reported, and agreed to, with Amendments. Amendments returned from Lords, with Amendments; their Amendments agreed toOrder for 100 . to defray the Charges of their Journey, The Committee of the Revenue to report a State of the King's Expences above the 50 . per Diem, and present Estimate of past and future ExpencesColonel Hammond's Letter readScots Commissioners to be informed of the King's coming into the Isle of Wight, 18 Nov.Colonel Hammond's Letter read; Order for 200 . for his extraordinary ChargesFor a Letter of ThanksFor authorizing him to secure the King's Person in Carisbrook Castle; previous Question for sending the Vote immediately, Affirmative; Serjeant's Man to carry it inclosed in a LetterGeneral's Letter concerning safeguarding the King's Person, read; General to take special Care for securing him, 31 Dec.Votes returned from Lords, with Amendments; Amendments agreed to; Order for sending them to the General, and Colonel HammondColonel Hammond's Letter, concerning a Mutiny in Newport. Vide Burley, Captain General to grant him a Commission to try by martial Law Offenders triable therebyCommissioners of the Great Seal to grant a Commission of Oyer and Terminer to try others Order for 200. to the SoldiersFor Letter of Thanks to the well-affected InhabitantsLetter from divers Commanders of Ships to the same Purport, readVice-admiral to repair thither, with such Ships as he shall think necessary; Vote to be inclosed in a Letter to himHouse approves Order of the Commissioners for Ships designed for Ireland to continue there, 1 Jan.The Committee of the Revenue to consider what Persons are fit and necessary to attend the King, and of a Salary for those that have attended, and do attend Governor and Sir William Constable injoined to remove suspected Persons. Lords Concurrence signified, Governor of Portsmouth to expedite all Packets from the Parliament to Colonel Hammond, Order touching sending a Minister to the King's Family, Governor's Desires, in Relation to the Security of the King's Person, referred to the Committee at Derby House, with Power to give Order for issuing 1,000 . for that Service, Previous Question for discharging all his Servants, Affirmative; previous Question that they shall not exceed Forty, Neg. Resolution that they shall not exceed Thirty; Governor to admit of no more; General to appoint themThe Committee of the Revenue to consider of a Satisfaction to the Servants to be dischargedMinister appointed by the Governor to have an Allowance of 100 . per Annum Member to prepare Instruction for the Governor to prevent Papers being brought to the King, 2 Feb.Previous Question for desiring Lords Concurrence to an Answer to the Scots Commissioners, touching the Disposal of the King's Person in England, Affirmative, Governor's Letter, with Letters intercepted, endeavoured to be delivered to the King; Business of the Letters referred to the Committee at Derby HouseGeneral's Letter, with List of Persons appointed by him to attend the KingGovernor to appoint his Attendants, with Power to displace them, The Committee of the Revenue to consider of some Satisfaction to Four Gentlemen attending him, and settle a constant Allowance upon them, 20 Mar. Report; Order for allowing them 200 . per Annum each, Governor's Letter, concerning a Design of the King's Escape, read; Persons to be sent up in safe Custody. Vide DowsettOrder for a Reward to the DiscoverersFor Money for the King's ServantsOrder for restraining a Concourse of People to the King, under Pretence of being touched for the Evil, to be continued, and sent to Governor, with Injunction to put it in Execution, 2 June Governor's Letter, touching the Admission of Lord Riche to the King, recommended by Lords, 7 JulyPerson has Leave to go to him according to his Instructions from the Committee of Estates of Scotland. Governor to be desired to suffer him to deliver no Letters but such as he has Commission from them to deliver, King's Barber has Leave to wait on him, 3 Aug.
-, 1646, Resolution for considering how the King's Consent may be desired to the Propositions for Peace, 20 Feb. House to consider of the speediest Method to procure his Assent to those presented at Newcastle, and to a Proposition for Sale of Bishops LandsA Committee to inquire of the Scots Commissioners whether they have Power to join herein, 2 Mar. Their Answer, that they expect Commissioners for that End, reported. Same Committee to inquire when they will be here. Commissioners Paper, in Answer thereto, read.
-, 1647, Commissioners appointed to join with the Scots Commissioners, in desiring King's Answer; a Committee to prepare Instructions for them, 14 Apr. Instructions reported; read One by One, and agreed to; Quorum appointed; Time for expecting his Answer; additional Proposition, touching the Sale of Bishops Lands, reported, read, and agreed to; the Committee of both Kingdoms to confer with the Scots Commissioners concerning their joining; Lords Concurrence to be desired. Propositions to be read. Read; a Committee to consider of some necessary Alterations in Respect of Persons with whom House has compounded or pardoned; Committees added as to this Business. Order for meeting of the Committee. Propositions recommitted, Order for making Report, 6 & 11 MayA Committee to withdraw, upon a Paper concerning them, Additional Proviso concerning Delinquents, read twice, and agreed to. Propositions and Instructions sent to Lords, Message desiring them to expedite the Propositions, 1 JulyLords Answer to Commissioners Letters, read, and agreed to; Speaker to sign it, The Committee of both Kingdoms to consider a former Answer to France and Holland, upon their Desire of a Mediation, House put Lords in mind of the Propositions; Propositions returned, with Amendments; Amendments to be considered, 26 Aug. Agreed to, with Amendments; Conference desired thereupon, agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held; Lords Concurrence signified; Propositions to be sent to the Scots Commissioners, The Committee of both Kingdoms to receive their Answer touching joining in presenting them, 1 Sept. Their Answer reported; Lords Answer thereto, read, and agreed to; same Committee to communicate it to them, Day and Persons appointed to present them to the King; Scots Commissioners to be acquainted therewith; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 1 Sept.Copy of Instructions to the former Committees appointed to present the Propositions, read; Quorum appointed; Commissioners to be injoined to repair to the King; Place for presenting them, and Time for expecting an Answer, alteredScots Commissioners Letter, expressing their Dissatisfaction, with Lords Sense thereupon, read; the Committee to desire their positive Answer, and acquaint them, both Houses adhere to the Day formerly agreed on. Four impowered to meet them. One to acquaint House with their ProceedingsInstructions to the Commissioners, read, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence signified, Scots Commissioners Paper reported, and read; Declaration touching the new Proviso concerning Delinquents, agreed to by LordsOrder for sending it to the Scots Commissioners Lords Order for approving the Papers delivered to them by the Committee of both Kingdoms, agreed toQuorum appointed to confer with themLetter to the Commissioners, with the Propositions and Instructions, read, and agreed to; returned from Lords, with Amendments; Amendments agreed toTitle of the Propositions and Instructions, read, and delivered to a Commissioner, Commissioners Letter, signifying they had presented them, read. King's Answer from Lords, read, and to be communicated to the Scots CommissionersNarrative of the Commissioners Proceedings in delivering their Answer, and what they returned to the King upon Receipt of his, Resolution that in this Answer the King has denied to give his Consent to the Propositions; Scots Commissioners to be acquainted therewith; Lords Concurrence signified, Proposition concerning the Militia of England and Ireland, to be prepared and sent, Previous Question for further Applications to the King for shings both Houses shall judge necessary for the Welfare and Safety of the Kingdom, AffirmativeClauses concerning raising Monies for Payment of the Public DebtsPropositions concerning Titles of HonourThe Great SealThe Sale of Bishops LandsThe abolishing Bishops, &c.Declarations and Proclamations against the Parliament; to be prepared and sent. Lords Concurrence signifiedPropositions concerning making void the Cessation, and prosecuting the War in Ireland by both HousesConcerning the nominating the chief Officers in England and Ireland by them, and in the Intervals of Parliaments by a Committee, to be prepared and sentA Committee to consider a Proposition touching Religion in Points of Government and Doctrine, Report; Resolution that the King do give his Consent to the Ordinance for abolishing the Common Prayer, and establishing the Directory, 2 Oct.A Committee to prepare Proposition concerning the Settlement of the Presbyterial Government, and Exemption of tender Consciences. Report. Resolution that the King do consent to such Act as shall be presented for the Settlement thereof; Time limited; Clause of Exemption explainedResolution touching the Maintenance of conforming MinistersProposition from Lords in Sixteen Papers, with the Manner of the Address to the King; Question for considering the Address, Neg. Papers read; several concerning the MilitiaConcerning raising MoniesTitles of HonourAbolishing Bishops, and Sale of their Lands, agreed to; a Committee to state the Difference between these Papers, and the former Propositions, and consider of the Additions. Report; Papers concerning Oaths and DeclarationsConcerning the Cessation, and Prosecution of the War in Ireland, agreed to; Papers concerning the Election of Officers, and concerning Delinquents excepted from Pardon, referred. Order for making Report. Report concerning Delinquents; Resolutions thereupon, Paper concerning the Treaties, read, and agreed toOthers concerning the Period of this Parliament, and the Sitting of those futureConcerning the Election of Sheriffs, Justices of Peace, and Grand Jury MenConcerning the Account of OblivionConcerning Religion, severally read; nothing done thereuponFormer Votes concerning Religion, amended; Lords Concurrence to be desiredA Committee to consider of Propositions for Security of the Soldiers Arrears, Proposition concerning the Court of Wards, to be reported. Reported; Resolution for taking it awayFor a Recompence to the King Proposition touching the Arrears of the Soldiery, agreed to Paper concerning the Election of Officers, agreed to, with AmendmentsProposition concerning the restoring Members to Places they have been put out ofHouse to consider the Manner of sending to the King. Resolution for sending these Matters by Way of PropositionLords Order for acquainting the Scots Commissioners with the Intentions of both Houses to make once again Application to the King, agreed to, with Amendments; Amendments agreed to by them; Conference desired with Lords, agreed to; Managers appointed; Instructions to them; Conference heldProposition concerning the Sale of the Lands of Deans, Deans and Chapters, &c. to be prepared. Another Conference desired by Lords, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; Lords Amendments in Part disagreed to; a Committee to assign Reasons; free Conference to be desired, Desired, agreed to, held, and reported; Lords Amendments to the Proposition concerning Religion, agreed to A Committee of both Houses to reduce the Propositions into Form, 1 Nov. Order for their Meeting. Quorum, agreed to by Lords. Report touching Words to be prefixed to the PropositionsTouching Qualifications, agreed to Further Report touching Ordinances concerning Religion, agreed toResolution for sending Propositions touching Papists, Popish Recusants, &c.Previous Question that the King is bound in Justice, and it is his Duty to assent to Laws tendered him by both Houses; a Committee to word the Vote so that it may be sent to him, and his Assent given to it. Vote reported, and agreed to, with an Amendment; Conference to be desired thereupon; Managers appointed. Conference agreed to, and held. Vote returned from Lords, with an Amendment; Amendment agreed toAdditional Proposition from them concerning the Suppression of Innovations in ReligionThe better Advancement of preaching God's WordAgainst Pluralities of Benefices, and Nonresidents, agreed to, Messages from Lords, desiring the Propositions may be communicated to the Scots Commissioners. Agreed to. Day appointed for sending them to be communicated. Lords Concurrence signified, Message from Lords, acquainting House they had not received any positive Answer; the Committee of both Kingdoms to press them therein. Their Answer reported, and to be considered. Same Committee to acquaint them with the Declarations and Votes concerning the Savings of each Kingdom, touching their respective Interests in the Matter of the Propositions; Lords Concurrence to be desired. Conference desired by them, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; Propositions concerning the MilitiaConcerning recalling the King's Oaths and DeclarationsTitles of HonourThe Adjournment of Parliament, read twice; previous and main Questions for considering them next Morning, severally Affirmative. Considered, and agreed to. A Committee to put them into Bills, and consider how the King's Consent may be given to them in a parliamentary Way. Committees added; Bills read, 1 Dec. Vide Militia, Peers, and ParliamentKing's Letter from Lords, read, and to be communicated to the Scots Commissioners; Business concerning printing it, referred to a Committee, Instructions concerning the Method of desiring the King's Consent to the Bills, read Clause by Clause, and agreed to. Returned from Lords, with an Amendment; Amendment agreed toCommissioners appointed to repair to the King; Instructions for them, agreed to, and to be communicated to the Scots Commissioners. Their Answer, with the Committees Reply, and the Commissioners Reply thereto, reported; a Committee to prepare Answer; Answer reported; and re-committed; another reported, 15Amended; agreed to by Lords, Day appointed for the Commissioners to go to the King. Lords Concurrence signified, Scots Commissioners Letter read; Paper to be read. Read. A Committee to prepare Answer. Lords Paper concerning it, read, agreed to, and to be communicated to themMinisters appointed to attend the Commissioners, Order for 200 . for the Commissioners A Committee to withdraw and examine the Propositions; Propositions presented; Clerk signs them; Speaker delivers them to the CommissionersAnother Letter from the Scots Commissioners, read, Member acquaints House that he had sent the Ordinances concerning Church-government, Commissioners Letter read, Another, with a Paper expressing the Scots Commissioners Dissent to the Propositions and Bills, read; Letter of Thanks ordered; Paper to be considered. Commissioners Proceedings reported; King's Answer read twice; Order for them to make a Narrative of the Whole, Narrative made; Thanks thereupon; the Committee of the Revenue to defray their Expences King's Letter communicated by LordsMessage from him brought by the Commissioners, to be considered, 1 Jan. Read; Order for clearing the outer RoomAgainst Members going out without LeaveFor bringing in Candles; previous and main Questions that no more Addresses be made from the Parliament to the King, severally AffirmativeResolution that no Addresses be made by any Person without Leave of both Houses; previous Question that the Penalty upon such as act contrary thereto shall be Imprisonment and Sequestration, Neg.Resolution that it shall be High TreasonThat House will receive no more Messages from the King, and that no Person presume to receive or bring anyMembers of both Houses, formerly of the Committee of both Kingdoms, impowered to sit and act alone; Committees added. Votes sent to Lords; House accompany the Message. Returned, with a Preamble; Preamble read, and agreed to; Order for printing and dispersing them, A Committee to prepare Declaration to satisfy the Kingdom of the Reason of these Votes, 3 Jan. Papers, &c. referred; Order for meeting, and making Report. Committee added, Declaration reported, and re-committed, 2 Feb. Read twice, and to be read in Parts; Clauses touching the Death of King James, and destroying Lords and Commanders in Scotland, re-committed. Order for reporting the Declaration upon the Parts re-committed; Committees added; the Committee impowered to add new Clauses, or marginal Notes. Previous and main Questions for agreeing to the Clause concerning Colonel Cockram's Instructions, severally Affirmative; Declaration passed; to be printed and published; a Committee to take Care of the Printing. House approves of the Order of the Committee against Printing more CopiesOrder for Re-printing it, with the Errata amended, Answer to the Scots Commissioners Papers touching the Bills and Propositions, read. Proceedings thereupon. Declaration passed, Returned from Lords, with Amendments; Amendments agreed to; Declaration to be printed, and sent to the Parliament's Commissioners in ScotlandTo be translated, with the former Declaration touching the Commissioners Papers, into Latin and FrenchMembers to send printed Copies into their respective Counties, &c. 4 Mar.Order for printing the Bills, Propositions, &c.
-, 1648, House to debate whether they will have a Treaty with the King, and upon what Terms, 20 May. Previous and main Questions, that Religion and the Militia being settled, and the Declarations, &c. recalled, then a Treaty be had upon the other Propositions sent to Hampton Court, severally Affirmative. Resolution that the Presbyterial Government be desired of the King to be settled for Three YearsThat he be desired to recal all Declarations, &c. That the Militia by Sea and Land be settled in the Parliament for Ten Years; House to consider of perfecting the Propositions, A Committee to prepare the Propositions concerning Religion, Declarations, and the Militia. Propositions reported, read, and agreed toResolution for desiring the Propositions necessary for Scotland may be prepared to be sent; Lords Concurrence to be desired, Order for communicating the Three Propositions to the Scots Parliament; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 1 JunePropositions returned from Lords, with Amendments. Amendments to be considered. Agreed to, with Amendments. Those Amendments agreed to by Lords; Order for communicating the Propositions to the Scots Parliament, A Committee to prepare Declaration of the Proceedings of both Houses towards settling a safe and well grounded Peace, Another Committee to consider what the Parliament has done towards it, what the King has offered, and what is fit further to be offered to him, and to consider of a Time, Place, &c. where Addresses may be made; Lords Concurrence to be desired. A Committee of both Houses appointed for that Purpose; Quorum thereof. Order for meeting, and making Report. Report communicated by Lords; their Vote concerning vacating the Votes prohibiting Addresses to and from the King, read twice; the Opinion of the Committees of the House thereupon, reported; Vote agreed toAnother Vote from Lords, for not insisting upon the Three Propositions being granted before a Treaty; Opinion of the Committees of the House thereupon, reported, House to debate the Business touching the Treaty; Members about Town to attend; Order for meeting of the Committee in the mean time, 1 July. Question for insisting upon the Three former Propositions as already determined, Neg. Resolution that they be sent and signed by the King's own Hand before the Treaty, and that they be made Acts of Parliament when he shall come to Westminster; Lords Concurrence to be desiredThe Committee to consider of Time, Place, &c. for making Addresses to the King; Quorum reduced, Vote for paying all just Debts contracted by the Parliament, before any final Conclusion of Peace; Lords Concurrence to be desired. Vote to be printed, Conference desired by Lords concerning their Vote for not insisting upon the Three Propositions, agreed to; Reporters appointed. Message desiring the Conference may be now had, agreed to; other Reporters appointed; Conference held. To be reported. Reported; Report to be considered. Considered; House adhere to their former Vote; a Committee to assign Reasons; free Conference to be desired. Reasons reported, and approved; free Conference desired, and agreed to; Managers appointed. Free Conference held, and reported. Message to Lords desiring their Answer; Aother Conference desired by them, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held. Reported, Resolution that the Three Propositions being granted, both Houses will enter into a personal Treaty, 15 JulyPrevious Question that, they being signed, the King be desired to name Three Places for the Treaty, Two of which to be within Ten Miles of Westminster, Affirmative; Lords Concurrence to be desired, Question for adhering to the former Votes concerning the Three Propositions, Neg. Resolution for a personal Treaty upon those presented at Hampton Court, and for taking away Wards and Liveries. Agreed to by LordsOrder from them for a Committee to consider of all Circumstances necessary for carrying on the Treaty, and of the Commencement thereof, agreed to; Power given them to consider of the Safety of the Parliament and Kingdom, and the Time of continuing the Treaty; Lords Concurrence to be desired. Votes from Lords for sending a Committee to acquaint the King with the Resolutions for a personal TreatyFor dispatching them with all SpeedFor impowering the Commissioners to treat in the Isle of Wight, agreed to, with Amendments; Amendments agreed to by themCommissioners appointed; Order for 100. to defray their Charges; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 2 Aug. A Committee to prepare Instructions for them; Instructions reported, read, and agreed to; returned from Lords, with Amendments; Amendments agreed to. Commissioners Proceedings reported. Thanks thereuponKing's Letter from Lords, read, and to be considered. Conference desired by Lords concerning it, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; Report to be considered. Letter, and Lords Votes, read; Votes agreed to, with AmendmentsThe Committee for Peace to consider of all Circumstances concerning the Treaty. Order for their meetingLords Vote concerning inviting the Scots to treat, considered; previous Question for agreeing thereto, Affirmative; main Question, Neg. Previous Question that the King may invite them to send Persons, Affirmative; main Question, Neg. Resolution that House will grant a safe Conduct to such as he shall send for to advise with him concerning the Affairs of ScotlandNumber of Commissioners, The Committee for Peace to consider former Instructions to Colonel Hammond, and the Proceedings upon the Treaty, that may relate thereto. Report; the Committee to assign Reasons for disagreeing to several of Lords Votes concerning the Treaty. Reasons reported; Resolution touching the Commencement and Continuance thereofFor the Governor of the Isle of Wight to receive King's Royal Word for his Residence there; Conference desired with Lords, agreed to. Managers appointed; Conference held. Their Concurrence to the Votes of House, and the Instructions to the Governor, reported; Messenger appointed to carry them; Letters to the King and him reported, read, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence signified, King's Letter from Lords, to be considered. Considered; Persons named therein have Leave to attend him during the Treaty, except as excepted; Lords Concurrence to be desiredThe Committee to prepare Instructions for the Commissioners, and consider what Monies will be necessary for carrying on the Treaty, Instructions reported, voted One by One, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence to be desired; Commissioners appointed by House; Ministers to attend them; Resolution for a Fast for a Blessing upon the Treaty, 1 Sept. Vide Fast.
-, his Children, 1646, Conference desired by Lords concerning an Attempt to carry away the Duke of York, agreed to; Reporters appointed, 22 Dec. Conference held, and reportedOrdinance from Lords for the Discovery of Richard Johnson, who had a Hand in the Design, read, and passed A Committee to examine Persons brought before them, and consider of Directions to the Earl of Northumberland, for preventing future Attempts, A Committee of both Houses to ask the Duke some Questions concerning this Attempt. Order for their meeting, Ordinance from Lords appointing a Clerk of the Wardrobe to the Prince, 1 Feb.Vote from them concerning the Removal of the Children into the Country for Part of the Summer, read, and agreed to, 19 Mar.
-, 1647, Letter to the Earl of Northumberland for bringing them to St. James's, read, and agreed to, 4 JuneMessage from Lords, acquainting House the Duke of York had received a Letter from the King, with the Duke's Desire; their Order, concerning the Children going to see the King, read, and agreed to; Earl of Northumberland to accompany them; the Committee of the Revenue to provide proper Accommodations, 12 JulyLords Order for removing them to Sion House, in regard of the Infection. They put House in mind thereof; Order read, and agreed toAnother Order from them, concerning their Maintenance; Order for constant Payment of Money assigned for their Expences, For removing them into the City; Lord Mayor to take Care of themThe Militia to be desired to send a Guard to St. James's for their Security; Children to be acquainted herewith, and with the Reasons, Order for removing them into the City, amended; Amendment agreed to by LordsA Committee of both Houses to attend them to Lord Mayor and Sheriffs, 2 Aug.Ordinance from Lords for permitting them to visit the King sometimes, read, and passed, King's Letter, desiring they may be sent to him sometimes, read; referred to the Earl of Northumberland to send them as he shall think fit, 21 Oct. Agreed to by Lords, Message from Lords, that Earl of Northumberland had acquainted them with the Childrens Intention of waiting on the King To-morrow, and staying till Monday, and that he desires he may always acquaint the Houses when they go; their Order thereupon, read, and agreed to, Duke of York's Letter to the King, and his Answer to the Committee at Derby House upon his Examination, reported, and read; Earl of Northumberland to be desired to continue him, and the rest of the Children, under his Care, and prevent Malignants coming to themOrder for constant Payment of their Monies; Duke of York to be acquainted herewith, 22 Feb. Like Orders from LordsOrder for keeping Hampton Court free for them, severally read, and agreed to, 1 Mar. Duke of York's Letter to Speaker, read; Order for allowing him 500. per Annum for his Recreations; Lords Concurrence to be desired.
-, 1648, Conference desired by Lords concerning his Escape, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, 22 Apr. Reported; Resolution for taking off his AllowanceThe Committee of the Revenue to consider of his Servants now to be dischargedTo consider of a further Allowance to the Duke of GloucesterReferred to the Earl of Northumberland, to remove him and Princess Elizabeth to Hampton Court or Sion House, Agreed to by Lords, 1 May Conference desired by Lords, concerning the Children, agreed to. Reporters appointed; Conference held. Reported; Order for paying the Earl of Northumberland's ArrearsFor charging their Allowance upon particular Receipts of the Revenue, List from the Committee of the Revenue, touching the Duke of York's Servants, and Allowances for the Duke of GloucesterOrder touching Payment of the additional AllowancesThe Committee to consider of Gratuities to the Duke of York's Servants now to be discharged, 12 June. Agreed to by Lords, Order from Lords for reimbursing the Earl of Northumberland Monies disbursed for the Children; the Committee of the Revenue to state his Accounts, 12 Aug.Message from Lords, desiring they may communicate something concerning the Children at a Conference, agreed to. Report from the Committee of the Revenue, concerning them and the Earl of Northumberland, delivered thereat, House concur with Lords for paying him Monies remaining of the old Customs, for the Childrens Use, and for Satisfaction of his own Arrears, 1 Sept.
-, his Revenue, 1646, Order for reporting the State thereof, 4 Feb.17 Mar.
-, 1647, a Committee to consider of retrenching Expences in bringing it in, 17 Sept.
-, his Servants, 1647, their Petition from Lords, with special Recommendation, 26 JuneGeneral's Letter on behalf of those who attended the King at Oxon; the Committee of the Revenue to provide a Maintenance for those that have not served against the Parliament, 14 Aug.Vote for dissolving his Houshold at Hampton Court, 16 Nov. Agreed to by Lords, Petition from Lords of divers attending the King by Appointment, with a List annexed, read; Letter from several to Speaker, with a Petition and Schedule annexed; Petition and List referred to the Committee of the Revenue, 22 Jan.Order for retrenching his Family, and employing the Monies accruing thereby, The Committee of the Revenue to take Course for Advancement thereof, by improving the Parks and demesne Lands of the Crown, 15 Feb.
-, 1648, Petition of many menial Servants referred to the Committee of the Revenue, 30 Mar.A Committee to inquire by whom and what Authority several have been lately sworn in, 15 Apr.

Kingdom, 1647, Ordinance from Lords appointing a Committee to put in Execution all things necessary for the Safety thereof, and of the Parliament and City, read twice, and passed; with an Amendment, 11 JuneMembers of the House to inform House from Day to Day of their Proceedings.
-, 1648, House to consider of settling the Civil Government thereof, 27 Apr. Previous Question for a Declaration that House will not alter the fundamental Government by King, Lords, and Commons, Affirmative; Question for an Amendment, Affirmative; Previous Question for Leave to Members in this Debate to propound what they think fit, Affirmative, Lords Concurrence signified, 6 May Declaration that raising Forces for Defence of the Kingdom without Authority of Parliament is an acceptable Service, 6 July.

Kinge, Colonel Edward, 1646, Report of his Neglect to attend a Committee; Letter from the Committee at Lincoln, read; previous Question for ordering him into Custody, Affirmative; main Question, Neg. 8 Jan. Order for summoning him to attend, Previous Question for appointing a Day to receive the Report concerning him, Affirmative; main Question, Neg. 19 Mar.
-, 1647, Day appointed for receiving it, 17 Sept.
-, Andrew, 1646, to have Pass to come into England to compound for his Delinquency, 11 Mar.
-, William, 1647. Vide Privileges.
-, John. Vide Brookbank, John.
-, Sir Robert, 1647, the Committee of Accounts to certify his Accounts, 7 Jan.
-, 1648, his Petition to be read, 31 Mar.Read, and referred to the Committee for Irish Affairs, 1 Aug.
-, John, 1648, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 1 July.

Kingsley, George, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 15 Dec.

Kingswood Forest, 1646, Order from Lords appointing a Keeper, 24 Mar.

Kirkham, Robert, and William, 1647, their Fines accepted; Ordinance for pardoning their Delinquencies, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 20 May.

Kirle, Colonel, 1646, Ordinance from Lords for pardoning his Delinquency, to be read, 13 Mar. Read, and passed.

Kirtling, 1647, Ordinance for additional Maintenance to the Minister, read, and passed, 27 Jan.Agreed to by Lords, 4 Feb.

Kirton, Edward, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 14 Mar.

Knapman, Mr. Vide Brideston.

Knaresborough, 1646, Order for making it untenable, 26 Feb.

Kniston, Sir Andrew, 1647, his Case reported; Order for pardoning his Delinquency; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 16 Mar.

Knight, Mr. Vide Johnson, Mr.
-, William, and Robert, 1647, their Fines accepted; Ordinance for pardoning their Delinquencies, read, and passed; Lords Coucurrence to be desired, 25 Mar.
-, Francis, 1647, to have public Faith for 1,050. with Interest, 15 June.
-, Mr. 1647, desired to preach, 11 Aug. Excused.
-, Roger, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 17 Dec.

Knightley, Mr. 1647. Vide Privileges.

Knollis, William, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 10 June.
-, Sir Henry, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 30 Sept.

Knott, Thomas, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 27 Dec.

Kynaston, Roger, 1648, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 13 June.

22 23 & 24 Car. I. Parl. 5. A. 1646, 1647, & 1648.

LACON, James, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 10 June.

Lambert, Lord, 1647, his Petition from Lords, with special Recommendation, 1 Mar. They put House in mind thereof; Order for taking off his Sequestration.
-, Colonel, 1648, his Letter read, and referred to the Committee at Derby House; Letter of Thanks ordered, 8 JulyDuke Hamilton's Letter to him, and his Answer, read; Answer, and Proceedings thereupon, approved; Letter of Thanks orderedThe Committee at Derby House to prepare an Answer. Severally agreed to by LordsOrder touching the Maintenance of his Forces, For sending him more, His and Duke Hamilton's Letters to be communicated to Lords at a Conference.
-, John, appointed Captain of a Ship, 17 Mar.

Lambeth, 1646, Ordinance from Lords, appointing a Minister, read, and passed, 20 Jan.
-, 1648, Petition of Inhabitants, read, and referred to the Committee, on Ordinance for joining the Militia of Westminster, &c. to the City Militia, 10 July.
-, House, 1646, Petition from the University of Cambridge, concerning the Library there, 10 Dec. Vide Cambridge.
-, 1648, the Committee at Derby House to put in a Strength to secure it from Surprisal, 5 July.

Lamplugh, Thomas, 1647, the Committees of Complaints and Indemnity to forbear proceeding against him till further Order, 4 Mar.

Lancaster County, 1646, Resolution that the several Classes shall be One Province, 9 Dec. Agreed to by Lords, Order appointing High Sheriff, and for a Commission to him, 6 Feb. Disagreed to by Lords; House adhere to their Vote. Lords Concurrence signified, 3 Mar.
-, 1647, Petition of Officers and Soldiers, read, and referred to the Northern Committee, 2 Sept. Report; Order touching the taking their Accounts; further Report of a Proposition concerning the Payment of 1,500. out of Monies arising from Estates of Delinquents that have compounded at Under-values; Ordinance for that Purpose ordered, Clerk of the Crown appointed, 25 Feb. Lords Concurrence signified, Order appointing High Sheriff, and for a Commission to him, 17 Nov. Agreed to by Lords, Gentlemen sent down to hasten the bringing in the Assessments upon the Ordinance for 600,000.; the Committee of the Army to prepare Instructions for them, and Letter to hasten the Payment, 23 Dec. Instructions and Letter, reported, read, and agreed to.
-, 1648, the Committee at Derby House to consider whether it be fit to disband the SupernumerariesThe Committee of the Army to take Course for paying them Two Months Pay, 4 May. Report concerning them; Gentlemen of the County affirm, that they had engaged they should be paid as other Supernumeraries; Order for the Two Months Pay to be continued, Ordinance for 4,000. to them, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, Gentlemen sent down to preserve the Peace of the County; the Committee at Derby House to give them Instructions, Ordinance from Lords for additional Committees to the Committee of Sequestrations, Additional Committees to the Committee of the County, agreed to by Lords, 1 JuneA Committee to consider of some Way for satisfying the Engagements of Gentlemen for raising and sending Horse into Westmoreland Letter of Thanks for the seasonable Assistance given to Yorkshire, ordered, Colonel Ashton appointed Commander in Chief of the Brigade under Major General Lambert, Petition of Commanders, &c. read; Order for 4,000. to them, Order for adjourning the Assizes; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 1 Aug.Committees Letter reported; Order for Money for the Forces. Ordinance for 10,000. for them, read, and passed. Agreed to by Lords, Letter of Thanks to the Committees for their ready Assistance against the Scots, ordered, Ordinance for paying to the Forces 3,000. Part of the 100,000 . formerly assigned to the Scots. Read twice, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired.Order for a Collection next Thanksgiving Day for the maimed Soldiers, and poor People of the County. Ordinance for that Purpose, read twice, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired.
-, Town, 1646, to be disgarisoned, and the new Works slighted, 1 Mar.
-, 1647, Inhabitants burnt out by the Enemy to farm Delinquents Estates to the Value of 2,000. for the ensuing Year, the Money to be deducted out of 8,000 . formerly allowed them, 23 Dec.
-, 1648, Letter about fortifying the Town, read, and approved; Order for Letter of Thanks, 16 MayThe Committee of the Militia to name to General sit Persons to be Governors of the Town, 20 JuneHis Letter concerning the Castle, read, 1 July.
-, Duchy of, 1646, Lords put House in mind of Ordinance for Commissioners in the Place of Chancellor, 9 Feb.
-, 1647, like Message, 29 Mar.Resolution for appointing a Chancellor; Ordinance for that Purpose ordered, 7 Mar. Read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, Member to prepare Ordinance for delivering the Seal to him. Ordinance read, and passed. Agreed to by Lords.

Landguard Fort, 1646, a Committee to consider of continuing or disgarisoning it, 2 Mar.
-, 1648, General's Letter touching Supplies, reported; Order for making them in SuffolkLieutenant of the Ordnance to treat with the Committee at Derby House about providing them, 1 Aug.

Landulph, 1647, Ordinance from Lords, appointing a Rector, to be read, 29 Mar.

Lane, Mr. 1647, Petition to be read; Mr. Doyley to have Notice, 23 July.

Langdale, Sir Marmaduke, 1648, Letter from the Committees at Nottingham, concerning the taking him and Twelve others Relation of the whole ProceedingsOrder for Letter of ThanksFor a Reward to the Messenger; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 26 Aug.

Langham, Alderman John, 1647, Report concerning him; Resolution that there appears Matter sufficient to accuse him of High Treason, and that he be impeached accordingly; Order for his Commitment to the Tower; the Committee to prepare Articles, 24 Sept.Articles, and Evidences upon each, read; Articles, Title, and Conclusion, agreed to, 13 Mar. Sent to Lords, with Desire he may stand committed, and be brought to speedy Trial.
-, 1648, Resolution for proceeding no further upon his Impeachment, 3 June. To be communicated to Lords.
-, Major General, 1648, Order for trying him by martial Law, 14 Aug.

Langherne, Major General, 1647, to command Horse and Dragoons sent up for the Safety of Wales, 8 Apr.
-, 1648, Names of Officers come off from him to Colonel Horton inclosed in a Letter; Order for paying them as other disbanded Supernumeraries; and for their Arrears, 20 May.

Langley, Henry, 1647, Ordinance from Lords appointing him Master of Pembroke College Oxon, 18 Aug. Read, and passed.

Larden, John, 1648, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 1 July.

Larner, William, 1647. Vide Privileges.

Latham, Charles, 1647, Report concerning him to be made, 3 JulyHis Petition to be read, 9 & 15 Sept.Read, and referred to the Commissioners of the Great Seal, 1 Oct.
-, Paul. Vide Standish.

Latham House, 1646, Demolition thereof approved, 3 Mar.
-, 1647, House adhere to their Vote, 19 July.

Lauderdale, Lord, 1647, to have Pass to go to the King at Newmarket, 17 JuneScots Commissioners Letter concerning the Carriage of some Soldiers to him, 2 Aug. Letter concerning him to be read, 23 Sept.

Laurence, Jonathan, 1648, his Petition from Lords, 15 Apr.

Law, martial, 1648, the Committee of the Army to prepare Article to try all that have broken their Faith with the Parliament by martial Law, 15 Aug. Resolution that they ought to die without Mercy, and that they be proceeded with accordingly, Ordinance for martial Law, read; Debate thereon adjourned.

Lawrence, Adam, and others, 1647, Petition with an Account of Money collected in the United Provinces for Relief of Irish Protestants, read; Petitioners thanked, 12 Jan.
-, Mr. 1648, has Leave to go beyond Sea; his Attendance to be dispensed with, 21 June.

Laws, Thomas. Vide Wyberton.

Lawson, John, 1647, Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency sent to Lords, 3 June.
-, Wilfred, 1647, the Committees of Complaints and Indemnity to forbear proceeding against him till further Order, 14 Mar.
-, 1648, Order for them to proceed, 25 Apr.Report; Declaration that he is fit to be employed in the Parliament's ServiceOrder for him to go into the CountryLetter from Preston to him referred to the Committee at Derby House, 16 MayOrder for taking, stating, and certifying his Accounts, 10 June.

Lawton, John, 1648, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 1 July.

Lay-Preachers, 1646, Ordinance from Lords inhibiting them to preach, read, and committed to a Committee of the whole House, 21 Dec.Committee sits, 1, 8, 15, 22 & 29 Jan.5 & 12 Feb.Declaration that House does dislike and will proceed against them, to be printed and published; Members to send it into their respective Counties, &c.A Committee to examine all Complaints against them, 31 Dec. Order for their Meeting; Complaints referred, 4 Jan. The Committee impowered to receive Informations, and silence all that are found guilty, and upon Disobedience to commit them, 9 Mar. Report of One restrained. Vide Privileges.

Layton, Francis, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 23 Sept.
-, William, 1648, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 3 July.

Leake, Captain, 1647, to march with his Troop to Liverpoole, 2 July.
-, Thomas, 1648, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 28 Mar.

Leaman, Thomas, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 23 Sept.
-, Mr. 1647, the Committee of Accounts to deliver him his Books of Accounts; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 11 Mar.

Ledgant, Captain William, appointed Commander of a Ship, 26 Feb. 164627 Sept 1647.

Lee, Lieutenant Colonel, 1647, General's Letter concerning him, read; the Northern Committee to examine the Business, and send for him, 19 Jan.
-, Richard, 1647, Petition read, and referred to the Committee of the Revenue, 15 Mar.
-, Richard, junior, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 23 Mar.

Leech, Mary, 1647, to keep in Hand Six Months longer 50. due to Delinquents, 22 Jan.

Leeds, 1647, Order for making Report concerning Petitions from thence, 16 Apr.Petition of poor People to be read, Petition of several Sufferers by Fire, read; Order for bestowing 300. upon them; the Committee of Yorkshire to apportion the Sums, 19 July. Agreed to by Lords, The Committee at Haberdashers Hall to pay Part thereof. Agreed to by Lords.

Legard, Colonel Christopher, 1647, Petition, with Certificates of his Arrears, read; Order for paying him 5,000. in full Satisfaction thereof; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 8 Mar.

Leger, Antony St. 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 21 Sept.

Legge, Colonel William, 1647, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 15 Nov. Letter touching sending him up; Previous Question for insisting upon and renewing the former Order, Neg.
-, 1648, Order for his Commitment to Windsor Castle, 19 MayFor exchanging him for Sir William Rowe, 12 Aug.
-, Colonel Robert, 1648, to be exchanged for Mr. Samson Sheffield, 12 Aug.

Leicester County, 1647, Order appointing High Sheriff, and for a Commission to him, 17 Nov. Agreed to by Lords, Members sent down to hasten the bringing in the Assessments of the Ordinance for 600,000.; the Committee of the Army to prepare Instructions for them, and Letter to hasten the Payment, 23 Dec. Instructions and Letter reported, read, and agreed to.
-, 1648, Deputy Lieutenants added by Lords, 3 July. They put House in mind thereof, Committees Letter read; Order for 600. towards a Supply of Arms, 22 Aug.
-, Town, 1646, to be disgarisoned, and the new Works slighted, 1 Mar.
-, 1647, House adhere to their Vote, 19 July.

Leicester, Peter, 1648, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 28 Aug.

Leigh, Colonel Edward, 1646, the Committee of Staffordshire to receive, state, audit, and certify his Accounts, 19 Jan. The Committee of Accounts to state and certify them, 20 Mar.
-, Lady Mary, 1646, Order for paying her 100. 13 Feb. Agreed to by Lords.
-, Peter, Charles, Henry, and Thomas, 1647, their Fines accepted; Ordinance for pardoning their Delinquencies, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 25 Mar.
-, Sir Thomas, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 14 Dec.

Lenthall, William, 1648, Ordinance for conveying Lands to him and his Heirs for ever, upon a valuable Consideration, ordered, 1 Sept.

Leonard, Marine la, 1648, Ordinance from Lords for her read, and passed, 8 May.
-, Leonard, 1648, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 11 Aug. Order for his Discharge, upon Payment of Monies due for Excise.

Leopold, Archduke, 1647, Vote from Lords for preparing and sending a congratulatory Letter to him upon his coming to the Government of Flanders; Messenger appointed; Order for a competent Allowance to defray his Expences, 21 May.

Leskard, 1646, new Writ, 9 Feb.

Lestwithiel, 1646, new Writ, 8 Dec.

Letters and Papers, 1647, a Committee appointed for collecting them, 30 Dec.To report Letters and Papers concerning the King, 8 Jan. Several reported, read, and referred to another CommitteeOrder for making further Collections.

Levant Company, 1646, Petition of Governor, &c. Leave given them to land Currans, paying the Customs, 7 Jan. House to consider of carrying on the Trade to the Advantage of the Kingdom, and the Good of the CompanyOrdinance for a Commission under the Great Seal to enable them to employ any Ambassador they shall nominate to the Commissioners, read. Company heard, touching the sad Condition of their Affairs at Constantinople; Letter from their Agent read; their Petition, desiring Sir Thomas Bendish may be Ambassador, read, and agreed to; Form of a Commission read, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence to be desired; Ordinance passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired.
-, 1648, their Petition read, 14 Apr. Vide Currans Another read, and referred to the Committee of Trade, 13 Jan.

Leven, General, 1646, his Letter read; Order for providing the Jewel formerly voted for himLetter to him, concerning the Armies levying no Monies upon their March, ordered, 23 Dec. Read, and agreed toHis Letter to Speaker, offering to sell Arms and Ammunition belonging to him at Newcastle; Resolution that House have no Use thereof, Order for paying 500. for the Jewel, and sending it by the Committee going into the North, 2 Jan.Letter to accompany it ordered, 3 Feb. Read, and agreed to; Order for paying the MoneyFor sending it to the Commissioners employed to Scotland.
-, 1647, his Letter of Thanks read; Order for a Reward to the Messenger; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 7 Apr.

Leversage, William, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 3 June.

Levett, Dr. 1646. Vide Privileges.
-, William, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 17 Sept.

Lewen, Edward, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 17 Dec.

Lewins, Lewis, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 25 Mar.

Lewis, Mr. Vide Lloyd, Mr.1646, Order for Stay of Proceedings in the Country, concerning the Sequestration of his Estate, upon Security to stand to any Order of House, 23 Feb.
-, Sir William, 1647, Report concerning him; Order for his Appearance on a Day appointed, to be left at his usual Place of Abode, 4 Sept.Serjeants Report, 27 Jan.
-, 1648, Vote for accusing him, to be discharged, 3 June. To be communicated to Lords.
-, William, 1647. Vide Privileges.

Lidcott, Colonel, 1647, appointed Commander of a Ship, 17 Mar.
-, 1648, the Committee of the Admiralty to send to him, and receive his Answer, touching the Command, 19 Apr.

Lightfoote, Mr. 1646, desired to preach, 27 Jan.Thanked, and to print his Sermon, 24 Feb.

Lighthouses, 1646, Order for Second Reading of the Bill concerning those erected at the North and South Forelands, 11 Feb.

Lilbourne, Lieutenant Colonel John, 1647, Report concerning his Imprisonment re-committed; the Committee to meet de die in diem, and search Precedents, 14 Sept.His Proposition read, 4 Oct.Report from Re-commitment; Papers read; Report referred to another Committee, with Power to search Precedents, and send for him, Committees added; all that come to have Voices, 1 Nov.Liberty given him to attend the Committee de die in diem, without his Keeper, Conference desired by Lords concerning Matters of great Importance, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; Order for Liberty to him to go abroad, recalled; Lieutenant of the Tower to bring him to Bar, Narrative of his Carriage at a Meeting for signing a Petition of very great Concernment; heard thereupon; printed Papers read; Business referred to a Trial at Law in the King's Bench; Order for his Commitment to the Tower for treasonable and seditious Practices against the State. Officers of the Guards to assist Serjeant in conducting him to Prison.
-, 1648, Order for his Trial to be continuedFor allowing him 40s. per Week in the mean time; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 18 Apr.Petition of well-affected Citizens on his Behalf, read; Order of Restraint discharged; a Committee to consider of Satisfaction for his Sufferings and LossesThe Committee of Accounts to audit and state his AccountsConference to be desired concerning the taking off his Restraint; Managers appointed, 1 Aug. Order for his Release agreed to by Lords. Report touching him; Resolution that Satisfaction be given him for Two wrongful Sentences passed against him in the Star-chamberThat 3,000. be the SumOrdinance for Reparation to him, ordered;. Read.

Limerick, Earl of, 1647, a Committee to search what has been done in this Parliament in relation to him, 14 Sept.

Lincoln County, 1646, Business concerning it to be reported, 3 Feb.Vice-admiral appointed, 16 Mar.
-, 1647, Order appointing High Sheriff, and for a Commission to him, 17 Nov. Another appointed by Lords, agreed to, Members sent down to hasten the bringing in the Assessment for 600,000. The Committee of the Army to prepare Instructions for them, and Letter to hasten the Payment, 23 Dec. Instructions and Letter, reported, read, and agreed to.
-, 1648, Report from the Committee at Derby House; Commissioners for assessing the 60,000. per Mensem impowered to raise and maintain a Troop of Horse for Six Months, by an equal Tax upon the County; Ordinance for that Purpose, read, and passed; agreed to by LordsOrder for sending Forces to Stamford, 5 JuneColonel Wayte's Letter, concerning suppressing the Insurrection in those Parts; Vote of Approbation; Letters of Thanks ordered thereupon General to be desired to grant a Commission of martial Law to Colonel Wayte, to try Persons triable thereby, Ordinance for settling the Militia, read, and passed; Gentlemen sent down to put it in Execution. House put Lords in mind thereof, 23 June3 July. Ordinance agreed to by them, Ordinance to impower the Committee to raise 1,500. a Month for raising and maintaining a Regiment of Foot, ordered. Read, and passed; agreed to by Lords, The Committee at Derby House to grant Commissions to the OfficersThe Committee for monthly Assessments to have the same Power as in former Ordinances, 2 Aug.
-, City, 1646, new Writ, 15 Mar.
-, 1648, Information that the Treasury was broke open by the Enemy, and 1,100. taken out; the Committee to examine the Truth thereof; Order for discharging the Treasurers, 8 July. Agreed to by Lords.
-, Earl of, 1647, Resolution for impeaching him of High Treason; Impeachment sent to Lords, with Desire he may be sequestered from the House, and committed, 8 Sept. Lords to be desired to appoint a Day for bringing up the Articles, 17 Sept.14 Oct. Day appointed. A Committee to prepare them, Message from Lords, desiring a speedy Proceeding; Articles to be reported, 29 Nov.To be read, 1 Dec. Read; Evidences to be presented; Message to Lords, desiring a longer Time for bringing up the Articles. Orders and Warrants signed by him, with other Informations and Matter of Evidence, read. Ingrossed Articles reported; Evidence to each read, and applied by the Reporters; Articles, Title, and Conclusion, agreed to. Sent to Lords.
-, 1648, Resolution for proceeding no further upon his Impeachment, 3 June. To be communicated to Lords Message from them that they will discharge him, unless House proceed by a Day appointed.

Lisle, John, 1647, Ordinance appointing him Master of St. Cross's Hospital under the Great Seal, read, and passed, 13 Mar. Agreed to by Lords.
-, Lieutenant. Vide Bowen, John.

Lister, Sir William, 1646, Order for 600. for Maintenance of his Wife and Children, 22 Dec.
-, Sir Martin, 1647, Petition read, and referred to a Committee, 21 May.
-, Mr. 1647, Business concerning him to be reported, 22 July,

Litchfield, 1647, Order for dismantling the Close, 19 July For putting in Execution the Ordinances for Sequestrations, 4 Sept. Agreed to by Lords, Order touching the Payment of Vicars of the ChurchOrdinance for settling preaching Ministers in the City, read, and passed, 24 Mar.
-, 1648, Returned from Lords, with Amendments; Amendments agreed to, 4 Apr.The Committee of plundered Ministers to consider of the Dispositions of the Revenues of the Church, and settle them in an equal Manner, 18 Aug.

Littleton, Sir Thomas, 1646, referred to the Committee at Goldsmiths Hall to allow him his Impropriations in part of his Fine, 4 Mar.

Litton, Sir William, 1647, Order for restoring his Horses, 3 Aug.

Liverpool, 1646, Order for keeping it a Garison with 600 Foot, 1 Mar.
-, 1647, Petition of Inhabitants, read, and referred to the Committee for destroyed Houses, 27 Jan.
-, 1648, Order for taking the Garison into Pay, 6 June The Committee at Derby House to consider of adding Men, 29 July.

Livesay, Sir Michael, 1648, his Proceedings in raising Forces approved; Letter of Thanks ordered, 12 July.

Lloyd, Richard, 1646, to have Liberty to carry 300. beyond Sea upon the Surrender of Holt CastleHis Wife to be allowed 300. per Annum, 22 Dec.
-, Mr. 1646, Lords acquaint House he is taken; a Committee of both Houses to examine him, 9 Jan.
-, Mr. and Mr. Lewis, 1646, a Committee to state the Matter of Fact concerning them, 4 Feb.
-, Lieutenant Griffyth, 1647, to be sent for to attend, 29 Mar.
-, Edward, 1646, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 20 Dec.
-, Captain Licence, 1648, Petition read, 1 June.
-, William, 1648, Order for 1,000. to discharge his Debts and Engagements; Ordinance for that Purpose ordered, 10 June.

Lock, Matthew, 1646, appointed Comptroller of the Customs at Southampton; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 5 Dec.

Lockton, William, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 10 Jan.

Loftus, Sir Adam. Vide Parsons, Sir William1646, has Liberty for Twelve Months to go into Ireland, without any Stay from the Committee of Accounts, 28 Jan.
-, 1648, a Committee to treat with his Creditors touching their Demands, and consider of relieving his present Necessities, 21 June.

Loislur, Nicolas, 1647, Petition; Order for Payment of his Arrears, 28 Oct.

London, 1646, Lord Mayor to be desired to suppress tumultuous Assemblies; Members to acquaint him therewith, 5 Dec.A Committee of both Houses to consider of Means for preventing Dangers from the great Resort of disaffected Persons to the City and Parts adjacent, 7. Order for their meetingThe Committee of the Army formerly appointed to advise with the Committee of the Militia, and provide for the Safety of the City, &c. revived, and to sit de die in diem, Ordinance from Lords for sending Papists and Delinquents Twenty Miles from London, read, and passed; Order for printing, and publishing it by Beat of DrumOrdinance for disfranchising all Citizens that have been in Arms against the Parliament, or adhered to their Enemies, read, Petition of Lord Mayor, &c. with a Representation of the pressing Grievances and important Desires of the wellaffected Freemen, read; previous and main Questions for considering them, notwithstanding any former Order, severally Affirmative; Petitioners thanked. Petition, and Representation, read again; Candles ordered; previous Question for considering them in Course, Affirmative; Day appointed, 22. First Paragraph of the Petition read, Copy of a Counter Petition, discovered by Mr. Boys at a Conventicle, read, and referred to a Committee, 15 Mar.Petition of Lord Mayor, with a Copy of the printed Petition, read; Lord Mayor, &c. thanked, Another Petition, with Certificate annexed, avowing the former Petition, to be considered, Ordinance from Lords, concerning the Militia; 31 Dec.Order for Interest to Persons who will advance 9,000. Part of 12,000. formerly granted to the City Guards; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 18 Feb.A Committee to prepare Ordinance for keeping Delinquents and Malignants out of the Lines Two Months longer, Ordinance to be readOrdinance from Lords, concerning the Militia, to be read.
-, 1647, like Order, 27 Mar. Ordinance read twice, Question for committing it to a Committee of the whole House, Neg. Order for committing it to a select Committee, 2 Apr. Ordinance reported; Proviso read; Question for Second Reading, Neg. Ordinance passed, with Amendments; Amendments to be communicated to Lords at a Conference; Managers appointed, Resolution for borrowing 200,000. for the Service of England and Ireland, 30 Mar. Agreed to by LordsA Committee of both Houses to treat with the City thereupon; Lord Mayor to be desired to call a Common Council, 2 Apr. The Committee impowered to offer any Security in the Parliament's Power, except as excepted, 6. Lord Mayor to be desired to call another Common Council. Their Answer reported; Resolutions touching Security for this and former Loans. Returned from Lords, with Amendments; Amendments agreed to, with Amendments; Conference to be desired thereupon; Managers appointed. Conference desired, and agreed to; Managers Names read; Conference held. Message to Lords, desiring their Answer, Another Conference desired by them, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; Lords Votes in Part disagreed to; free Conference desired, and agreed to; Managers appointed; free Conference held, and reported; Lord Mayor to be desired to call a Common Council; the Committee to communicate to them the Security agreed upon, 1 May. Opinion of the Common Council reported; previous Question for insisting upon the former Votes touching the Security, Neg. 5 Resolutions touching further Security. Agreed to by LordsCommon Council impowered to nominate Treasurers; Votes to be communicated to them. Their Act thereupon, read. City to be acquainted that an Ordinance for their Security is passed, Petition of Citizens of 20th March, with a Certificate annexed, to be considered, 13, 22 & 23 Apr.Read, with Proceedings thereupon; House disapprove the presenting it, 4 May. Order for burning it by the common HangmanAnother Petition in Prosecution of the former. Vide PrivilegesPersons named by the Common Council to be a Committee for the Militia, approved: Quorum appointed; Votes to be put into the Form of an Ordinance; Lords Concurrence signifiedFormer Commissioners to be thanked, 4 May. ThankedLord Mayor to be desired to call a Common Council; a Committee to acquaint them House has under Consideration a Proposition for borrowing Money for Relief of the poorer Sort of People. Order for distributing 1,800, among such as have lent 5. or underInformations and Desires of the Committee of the Militia, concerning the City GuardsPower given them to dispose of the Remainder of the last 1,200.; Ordinance for charging it upon the Security of the 200,000. lately borrowed, ordered, Petition of the Military Company, read; Order for restoring to them the Military Ground in St. Martins in the FieldsFor 500. for re-edifying and repairing it For 200. for re-edifying and repairing the Military Yard in Tothill-fields, severally agreed to by LordsProvincial Assembly impowered to adjourn to any Place within the City and Liberties; Lords Concurrence signified, Petition of many Thousands of well-affected Citizens, read; Question for giving a present Answer, Neg. 2 JunePetition of Lord Mayor, &c. with a former Ordinance for raising Horse, and apprehending ill-affected Persons, read; Speaker's Answer; Ordinance enabling the Committee of the Militia to make Searches, and raise Horses, ordered. To be presented. Read twice; Continuance thereof; Ordinance passed; agreed to by LordsA Committee of both Houses to consult with the Committee of the Militia about arming all within the Lines; Person to attend them; Power given them to send for Forces come off from the Army; Lords Concurrence signifiedOrdinance from them concerning the Militia, Copy of a Letter from the General to the City, with the Desires of the Common Council thereupon, read; Speaker's Answer. Common Council's Answer to General's Letter read, and approved; Thanks thereupon. Copies of other Letters from the General; Account of the Proceedings of the Committee, sent from the City to the Army, and General's Desires to them; Copies of the Act of Common Council for bringing in the Names and Qualities of Reformado Officers, willing to serve the Parliament;Of an Order for annulling it as much as in them lies, severally read; Vote for recalling that Order, agreed to by Lords; Speaker's AnswerCity have Leave to write to the Army, their Letters being first approved by both Houses. Copy of One read twice; Members to intimate to them the Sense of House thereupon Their Desires that Soldiers not paid may be commanded to repair to their several Counties. Letter altered, and read; House leave it to them to send such Letters as they shall think fitTheir Desires for discharging Forces raised by the Order of Common Council; previous Question for agreeing thereto, Neg. 19. Order for discharging themCopies of Two Letters from the General to the Committee sent from the City, read; House approve of their sending a Committee; Speaker's Answer, Ordinance for Soldiers, not Inhabitants, to depart the City, read, 29 JuneCommitted, 1 July. ReportedAnother Ordinance ordered, read twice, and passed. Returned from Lords, with Amendments; Amendments agreed to. Order for printing, and publishing it by Beat of Drum. The Committee of the Militia to put it in Execution, Ordinance for sending Malignants out of the Lines, to be read, 1 July. Read twice; Commencement thereof; Ordinance passed. Agreed to by Lords. Order for printing, and publishing it by Beat of Drum. Members to give House Account of the Proceedings thereupon, Petition of Lord Mayor, &c. for 20,000. to carry on the Charge of the Militia, and for continuing the Ordinance for raising Horse; Power given to the Committee of the Militia to raise 600 Horse; Ordinance for that Purpose ordered, 8 July. Read, and passed. Agreed to by Lords, Person examined touching the listing of Soldiers Names; Speaker signifies the Dislike of House thereto. Business referred to a Committee. Order for their sitting; Power given them to examine after all manner of Listings, and by whom. Business re-committed; Committee impowered to send for Witnesses, &c. Petition of Lord Mayor, &c. read, and to be considered; Speaker's Answer, 2 JulyHouse acquainted with Letters from the Army; Declaration against tumultuous Meetings upon any Pretence; the Committee of the Militia to prevent them, and commit OffendersOrder against Officers or Soldiers entering the Lines, Petition of Apprentices read; Members to give Answer. Counter Petition read; previous Question for giving Answer, Affirmative; Members to give it, Printed Paper, stiled the humble Petition of Citizens, Commanders, &c. with an Engagement annexed, read; a Committee to inquire what Engagement has been entered into. Petition and Engagement read again; a Committee to prepare Declaration against it; Declaration reported, read, and agreed to; Order for publishing it by Beat of Drum. Lords Concurrence signified; Declaration to be communicated to Lord Mayor; Members to send it into their respective Counties, &c. Ordinance from Lords for revoking the Declaration, read, and passed; Petition of Trained Bands, complaining that their Officers were removed; previous Question for restoring the Militia into the same Hands as formerly; Ordinance for that Purpose ordered. Read twice; Continuance thereof; Ordinance committed, reported, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desiredOld Commissioners to meet, and take Order for the Security of the City and Parliament. Ordinance from Lords for revoking it, read, and passedPetition of Lord Mayor, &c. with Two Petitions to them, read; their Petition to be considered Petition of Apprentices; Members sent to bring it in; Petioners Desire to present it, agreed to; Petition read, Petition of well-affected Apprentices, read, and approved Petition of Lord Mayor, &c. read; House approves of the stopping Horses within the LinesThe Committee of the Militia impowered to raise and list themOrdinance for renewing the Ordinance of 11th June, appointing a Committee of both Houses to join with the Committee of the Militia to consider of Means for Defence of the City, &c. to be continued a Month longer; Quorum appointed; Committees addedSeverally agreed to by Lords. Ordinance for enlarging their Power, read, and passed. Agreed to by Lords; Order for printing and publishing it, 1 Aug. The Committee impowered to chuse a Commander in Chief; Lords Concurrence signified, 30 July. House acquainted they had chosen Lieutenant General Massey; previous and main Questions for approving him, severally Affirmative; Lords Concurrence signified, Vote of Approbation of an Order by the Committee of Safety for publishing, and reading in Churches, the Declaration of Lord Mayor, &c. A Committee to prepare Ordinance to enable the Committee of Safety, and the Committee of the Militia, to secure and difarm disaffected and suspected Persons; Power given them to act till the Ordinance passes, 1 Aug. Ordinance read twice, and re-committed; Committees added, Ordinance from Lords, concerning the Reformadoes going out of Town. Read twice, and committed. Reported, and passed, with Amendments, Lord Mayor to be desired to call a Common Council; a Committee to treat with them about advancing a Month's Pay for the Army, and Security, 21 Aug. Lords Concurrence signified; Order for them to repair to the Common Council. Their Answer, that they had appointed a Committee to consider of bringing in the Arrears of the Assessments, and for advancing 50,000. Another Committee to desire their positive Answer touching the Loan, 3 Sept. Their Petition, and Answer, read; House dissatisfied therewith; Order for paying the whole Arrears, and advancing 50,000. Part thereof, by 18th Instant. Their Answer and Petition, read; a Concept of an Ordinance annexed; House insist upon their advancing the Money at the Time limited; Common Council to be acquainted therewithOrdinance to enable them better to raise and bring in the Arrears, and secure the Monies advanced, ordered. General's Declaration, concerning Delays in raising Monies, read, and to be communicated to the City. Their Answer, that they cannot advance 50,000. reported; Answer and Declaration to be considered, The Committee of the Militia to put in Execution Ordinances for sending Persons that have been in Arms against the Parliament out of the Lines, 21 Aug. The Committees of the Militia of London, Westminster, &c. to put them in Execution, 9 Sept.Ordinance from Lords, for settling the Militia in the old Hands, read, and passed, with Amendments; Amendments agreed to by them Another Ordinance from Lords, for slighting the Lines, read, and passed, 2 Sept.Another Ordinance for selling the Materials, read, and passed, Petition of well-affected Citizens, read. Read again; Speaker's Answer, Lord Mayor committed to the Tower for High Treason. Vide Gayer, Sir John.Aldermen to consider how the civil Government of the City may be executed; the Committee of the Militia to prevent all Disturbances. Order for electing a new Lord Mayor, agreed to by Lords. For delivering the Ensigns of Honour, &c. to him, Petition of Citizens, read; Speaker's Answer, 5 Oct.Another Petition for propagating the preaching of the Gospel, read, and referred to a Committee; Petitioners to be thanked, Ordinance for removing and remedying the Obstructions in the Execution of the Ordinance for the Militia, ordered, A Committee to inquire what Meetings have been in the City for dividing the Army, and disturbing the Peace of the Kingdom; Conference desired by Lords concerning the London Agents mentioned in General's Letter to them, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held. Message from Lords desiring House to consider the Matter thereof. Conference reported; printed Paper, indorsed, "England's Free"dom, Soldiers Rights," read; a Committee to examine the Proceedings of the London Agents, and other Abettors of these Irregularities; Informations concerning Major Scott, &c. referred; the Committee to prepare Declaration. Papers from Nottingham referred. Order for meeting of the Committee, 20 Nov.8 Dec.For lessening the Quorum, agreed to by Lords; additional Power to the CommitteeOrder from Lords that they be a close CommitteeFor apprehending the London Agents, severally agreed to, General's Letter that he had ordered a Regiment of Foot to quarter in the City to assist in collecting the Arrears due to the Army; Letter to stay their March, ordered; Lord Mayor to be desired to call a Common Council; a Committee of both Houses to press them to expedite the Payment thereof, and acquaint them with the Inconveniencies of Delay, 20 Nov. House thanked for their Care in preventing quartering Soldiers in the City; written Answer presented, and read; a Committee to prepare Answer thereto; Answer reported, read, and agreed to, Additional Commissioners for bringing in all Arrears and Assessments, agreed to by Lords, Members sent to expedite the bringing in the Six Months Assessments of 60,000. 8 & 14 Jan.A Committee to nominate fit Persons to join with the Aldermen, &c. of every Ward, for speedy collecting all Arrears; the Committee of the Army to prepare Ordinance, authorizing them to proceed, 23 Mar.Petition of divers Citizens wounded at Guildhall, read, and referred to the Committee of Complaints, 25 Nov.Petition of Lord Mayor, &c. read; Speaker's Answer, 1 Dec.Ordinance from Lords, touching the Election of Officers in the City, read twice, and committed; reported, and passed, with Amendments; Amendments agreed to by Lords. Copy to be sent to Lord Mayor; Ordinance to be printed, Ordinance for putting Papists and Malignants out of the Lines, read twice; Commencement and Continuance thereof; Ordinance passed. Agreed to by Lords; Copy to be sent to Lord Mayor; Ordinance to be printed, Information that divers Citizens were abused for opening their Shops last Christmas-day; Order for the Committees of the Militia of London, Westminster, &c. to prevent the like Inconveniencies, to be printed, Petition of the Provincial Assembly, read, and referred to the Committee of Grievances; Petitioners thanked, 11 Jan. Lord Mayor and Justices to prosecute late RiotsCommittees of the Militia of London, Westminster, &c. to put in Execution the Ordinance for putting Malignants and Delinquents out of the Lines; the Committee of Complaints to commit such as stay; Power given to employ Persons for discovering them; Order for 100. to recompence such Persons, 14 Jan. Ordinance impowering them to employ Persons in that Service, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired. The Committees to make Provost-martials The Guards at Whitehall and the Meuse to apprehend those they find in Town, and send them to a Justice; Justice impowered to commit them. The Committee of Complaints to examine Persons seized by the City-marshal, Ordinance from Lords for giving Power to Justices, and the Committees of the Militia, to search for and apprehend Papists and Delinquents, read, and passed.A Committee to advise with Judges about Persons that fixed seditious Tickets upon Posts; King's Counsel to prosecute their Trial, Resolution for recommending a Recorder; Lords Concurrence to be desired, Order for Lieutenant of the Tower to search for suspected Persons, and warlike Stores, within the Lines; Persons apprehended, and Materials seized, to be disposed of by the Committee at Derby House, 3 Feb. Amended, Petition of Merchants, read, and referred to the Committee of the Admiralty, 20 Mar.Ordinance for Payment of Tythes in the City and Liberties, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired.
-, 1648, Ordinance to be printed and published, 21 Apr. Narrative of late Tumults, and Proceedings thereupon; Proceedings of Lord Mayor, &c. for suppressing them, approved; Thanks to them, and the General; the Committee of the Army to join with the Justices in examining and committing the AbettorsOrder for a Commission of Oyer and Terminer to try themOrder for a Thanksgiving within the Lines. Vide Thanksgiving. Act of Common Council to be read in ChurchesOrder for taking down the Posts and Chains about the CityFor a Gratuity of 1,000. to the Parliament's GuardsFor removing disaffected Persons out of the Tower, and for making up the Regiment 1,000, and adding 100 HorseOrder from Lords for a Thanksgiving For a Commission of Oyer and Terminer to try the Rioters, severally agreed to, 13 Apr.Ordinance for the Commission, read, and passed; agreed to by Lords, Lord Mayor to be pressed to use all Expedition in the Prosecution, 17 May Petition of Lord Mayor, &c. read; their Desires concerning Major General Skippon, approvedDesire concerning the Chains, granted; Speaker's AnswerA Committee to examine an Information mentioned thereinThe Committee of Safety to confer with General, touching the Part that concerns the removing the Army further off, 27 Apr.General's Letter read; Copy to be delivered to the Common Council; General to be desired to recal his Orders for removing the Parliament's Guard; Officers to forbear removing them till further Order from him, 2 May. Answer of the Common Council, reported, and read, Petition of Lord Mayor, &c. read; Resolution for authorizing him to present a fit Persons to be a Committee for the MilitiaTo present a fit Person for the Command of the TowerFor removing the Soldiers from thence; a Committee to draw up in Writing the Reasons of these Votes to be presented to General; Speaker's AnswerOrdinance for Settling the Militia, and appointing a Lieutenant of the Tower, ordered. Read twice; Debate thereon adjourned. Resumed; Committees approved; previous Question concerning the Quorum, Neg. Proviso for exempting certain Places, read, and agreed to; previous Question concerning the Clause of Power to the CommitteeConcerning the Clause for appointing Colonel West Lieutenant of the Tower, severally AffirmativeFor appointing Major General Skippon Commander in Chie Neg. Ordinance passed. Agreed to by Lords, O dinance for appointing Major General Skippon Command in Chief, ordered. Read, and passed; agreed to by LordsPresent Commissioners to act till the Militia is settled, and obey Major General Skippon's Orders, Order the preventing Multitudes to pass the City, and to difarm them, to be communicated to Lord Mayor, &c.Order for renewing the Ordinance for putting Malignants and Papists out of Town Six Months longer; Ordinance for that Purpose ordered. Read, and passed. Agreed to by Lords, The Committee of the Militia to put it in Execution, 8 JuneExplanatory Ordinance read twice, and committed. Reported; Blank filled up; Proviso and Declaration read, and passed; Ordinance passed; agreed to by Lords; Order for printing and publishing it, Information of a Design of very dangerous Consequence; Order that the Militias of London and Parts adjacent be in a Posture to prevent itFor keeping Prisoners securely; agreed to by Lords Lord Mayor to be desired to call a Common Council; a Committee of both Houses to attend them; a Committee to prepare Heads to be communicated to them, for preserving a good Correspondence between the Parliament and the City. Heads reported, read, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence signifiedInformations of listing Persons under an Oath of Secrecy, to be communicated to the City. City's Answer reported, The Committee of the Militia, and Major General Skippon, to be thankedThe Committee to consider of a Course for the Safety of the Parliament and City till the Militia is settled; General Skippon to acquaint them with the Order. Written Answer reported, A Committee to advise with the Common Council and the Militia upon Means for securing the Parliament and City, and to continue upon this Service till further Order, The Committee of Complaints to examine Persons engaged in this Design, with Power to release or keep in Prison, 3 July Petition of Lord Mayor, &c. for Discharge of the Aldermen, Recorder, and others, in the Tower, read; several to be discharged; Part concerning the Aldermen to be considered; Speaker's AnswerLord Mayor to be desired to call a Common Council; a Committee to press them to expedite the Arrears, and advance 30,000. forthwith, 23 May. Their Answer reported, A Committee to press the Common Council to advance ready Monies for the Forces marching into Kent. Their Answer reported; Thanks thereupon, Ordinance for more effectual bringing in the Arrears, read, and passed, Agreed to by LordsPetition of Lord Mayor, &c. with a Petition of well-affected Citizens to them, read; a Committee to state a Narrative of what the Houses have done in Reference to the Particulars of the City PetitionAnother Committee to attend the Common Council upon the other PetitionA Committee of both Houses to attend them with the Narrative, 1 June. Their Answer reported; Narrative and Answer to be printed, Letters from Kent to Lord Mayor, &c. read; Thanks thereuponA Committee to make Use of them to the Committee of the Militia, General's Letter from Rochester, read; Lord Mayor to be desired to call a Common Council; Letter, and Papers inclosed, to be communicated to them; a Committee to make Observations upon the Papers, and cause them to be printed; Answer that it is not safe to call a Common Council; Order for it discharged, Resolution for disfranchising all Freemen and Apprentices that have been or shall be in Arms against the Parliament, Petition of the Provincial Assembly, read; Thanks thereupon, Petition of Lord Mayor, &c. for a safe and well-grounded Peace; a Committee to withdraw, and prepare Answer; Answer reported, and given by Speaker, Letter and Petition from Newcastle, to be communicated to the City; Lord Mayor to be desired to call a Common Council, and inform them of the Necessity of raising 4,000. a Month for the Pay of Three Regiments of Foot in that Town, A Committee to demand their positive Answer, 5, 10 13 JulyPetition of Lord Mayor, &c. with a Petition of the Officers of the Trained Bands, read; Speaker's Answer; Resolution for joining the Militias of the Out-parts with the Militia of the City. Agreed to by Lords, Ordinance for that Purpose, read twice, and committed. Petitions read, and referred, 10 & A Committee to confer with the Common Council, and the Commanders in London, concerning the Engagement for the Safety of the King and Parliament, during the intended Treaty, and touching the Manner of the Security, 5 July To acquaint them with the Misbehaviour of some of the Guards, Londoners Petition, with Lords Votes concerning the Ordinance for Major General Skippon to inlist Men. Conference desired by them thereupon, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, Lords Desire to communicate their Votes concerning him at a Conference, agreed to, 9 Aug.Resolution for authorizing Major General Skippon to inlist and command Volunteers, 5 July. House approves of what he and others have done therein; Order for indemnifying them; the Committee of the Militia to assist them; Lords Concurrence to be desired, Petition of Lord Mayor, &c. concerning the Ordinance for inlisting, read; Speaker's Answer; a Committee to receive Complaints, and suppress indirect Carriages therein; House insist upon their former Votes; Speaker's Answer, Another Petition of Lord Mayor, &c. concerning it, read; Speaker's Answer; Lord Mayor to be desired to call a Common Council; a Committee to represent to them the Dangers of the Parliament and City, and the Grounds for making and continuing the OrdinanceAnother Committee to confer with them and the Militia concerning Irregularities in listing, and to reconcile the Differences, Proceedings of the Committee, and the City's Thankfulness, reported; Order for their sitting to hear what the Common Council and Militia shall propose, and to confer with them about a Paper, intituled, "Commune concilium tent' 27 Julii, 1648," 1 Aug. State of the Matter of the Proposals, and Matter of Fact, reportedState of Ground of City's Apprehensions presented; Orders of the Committee of the Militia, and Representation of the Commanders of the Trained Bands, read; Order for transferring the Power of inlisting Forces, to be under Major General Skippon's Command, to the Militia; Ordinance for that Purpose orderedA Committee to consult with the Militia how the Forces raised by him may be made serviceable. Ordinance concerning the raising and inlisting Horse by the Militia, read twice, and committed. Reported, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, Petition of divers who had inlisted under him; Power given him to appoint Officers over the Inhabitants of the Outparts; Remainder of the Petition referred to the Committee for joining the Militias; Speaker's Answer, Ordinance from Lords for the Militias of London and Westminster Two Petitions of Lord Mayor, &c. read; a Committee to prepare Answer, 8 Aug. Answer reported, read, and agreed to; a Committee to deliver it to the Common Council, Petition and Answer to be printed and published, Letter from York, concerning the great Wants of the Northern Parts, to be communicated to the City, A Committee to go to the Militia to examine a Design House is informed of, with Power to search for and seize all Habiliments of War, and secure Persons. Examinations and Informations reported, read, and re-delivered; Proceedings of the Committee approved; Order for their meeting constantly; the Committee at Derby House to deliver to them Examinations taken by them; the Committee to examine Persons committed by them, A Committee to prepare Ordinance for establishing a Court-martial in the City, Petition of Lord Mayor, &c. with a Petition of well-affected Citizens to the Common Council; Thanks thereupon, Lord Mayor to be desired to call a Common Council; a Committee to confer with them about a Loan of 10,000 . for carrying on the Treaty, 1 Sept.
-, late Bishop of. Vide Juxon, Dr.

Londonderry, Vide Ireland, 1647, Comptroller of the Customs appointed, 17 Mar. Lords Concurrence signified.

Long, Walter. Vide Privileges.
-, 1647, his Petition; Order for continuing him Register of the Chancery, 29 Apr. Agreed to by Lords, Report concerning him; Order for his Appearance on a Day appointed, to be left at his usual Place of Abode, 17 Sept. Serjeant's Report, 27 Jan.
-, 1648, Resolution for discharging the Vote whereby he stands accused, 3 June. To be communicated to Lords, Order for respiting his sitting in the House, discharged.
-, Richard, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 14 Dec.
-, James, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 21 Dec.

Lord's Day. Vide Sunday.

Lords, House of. Vide Messages1647, Message from them concerning a Copy of an Act, with their Clerk's Hand forged to it, informed to be in a Member's Custody, to be considered, 18 May. Member to be acquainted therewith. Heard, and ordered to deliver it to the Clerk.

Lorne, Lord, 1646, Pass for him to transport Six Horses, Custom and Impost free; agreed to by Lords, 23 Feb.

Lorrain, Duke of, 1648, the Committee of the Admiralty to state the Matter of Fact concerning his Pretences touching Ships seized, and the Carriage towards his presented Agent His Letter from Lords referred to the Committee for foreign Affairs, 15 Apr.Their Report, 18 May.

Love, Andrew. Vide Campbell, Donald.
-, James, 1646, his Petition from Lords, with special Recommendation, 10 Feb.
-, Quartermaster Thomas, 1647, Order for Payment of his Arrears, 24 Feb.
-, Christopher, 1647, Petition read, 8 Mar. Vide Devereux, Colonel Nicolas.

Lovelace, Francis, 1647, Petition read; Order for bailing him; Two next Justices of Kent to take the Bail, 8 Mar. Any Two to take it.

Louer, Mr. 1647, Petition complaining of the Miscarriage of some Officers towards him, read, and referred to General, 24 Sept.

Lovingland, Isle of, 1648, the Committee of the Admiralty to consider it; Members to give them Advice touching the Place, 9 June. The Committee to secure it, and grant Commissions to raise Forces.

Lower, Lieutenant Colonel William, 1646, to be discharged from Imprisonment, and permitted to go beyond Sea, upon Security not to act against the Parliament, 11 Jan.
-, Thomas, 1646, Matter of Fact concerning his Case, reported; Resolution for admitting him to his Composition, and exempting him from his 5th and 20th Parts, 15 Feb.

Lownes, Richard, 1647, Order for his Commitment to Newgate for publishing and vending a seditious Pamphlet, intituled, "Mercurius Pragmaticus," 16 Oct.

Lowther, Sir Gerard, 1648, Petition read; Order for bestowing 500. upon him, 31 Aug.

Loyalty, a Ship, 1647, Petition of Owners; Liberty given them to transport 6,000 . in foreign Silver, 3 Nov.

Lucy, Spencer, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 1 June.

Ludlow, 1646, Order for disgarisoning the Castle, and slighting the new WorksFor making that and the Town untenable, 25 Feb.

Luke, Sir Samuel, 1646, his Certificate reported, and to be considered, 7 Jan. Read; Account allowed; Order for paying him 4,482. 13s. 6d.
-, 1647. Vide Privileges.

Lunsford, Thomas, 1647, to be removed from the Tower to Lord Petre's House, 1 Oct.

Lurgeshall, 1647, new Writ, 23 Mar.

Lyme, 1646, Order for 1,000. for rebuilding the Pier, and other Sea Walls, 19 Jan.For disgarisoning the Town, and slighting the Works, 26 Feb.
-, 1647, Order for dismantling the new Works, 13 July For 1,000. for repairing the Pier, and other ruinated Sea Works.
-, 1648, Proposition concerning the Town, reported, and to be considered, 19 JulyThe Committee of the Eastern Association to consider how the Garison may be supplied with Men if the Soldiers march away, 3 Aug.Petition of Inhabitants, concerning their Losses sustained in the late Siege, read; Order for 2,000 Oaks for re-edifying their Houses, &c. and for Money towards Reparation of their Losses, 5 Aug.

Lyndall, Lieutenant, 1648, Order for trying him by martial Law, 15 Aug. Lord General to be desired to grant a Commission.

Lyne, Sir Daniel de, 1646, his Fine reported; his Petition read; Order for mitigating the Fine, 26 Jan.

Lynn, 1646, to be continued a Garison with 500 Foot, 1 Mar. Governor to be continued.
-, 1647, General's Letter in behalf of the Garison, read; Order for 1,500. for their Relief, 14 Aug.Ordinance for that Purpose, 20 Sept.Order for paying them 1,200 . out of the monthly Assessments, in Part of their Arrears, 4 Oct.Order from Lords appointing a Searcher of the Port, 1 Mar.
-, 1648, Governor's Letter read, 1 JulyOrdinance from Lords, appointing a Comptroller of the Customs, agreed to, 21 Aug.

Lynne, Sir Marmaduke, 1647, appointed Apothecary to the Army in Ireland; the Committee for Irish Affairs to furnish him with proper Provisions, 16 July.

22 23 & 24 Car. I. Parl. 5. A. 1646, 1647, & 1648.

MABB, Mr. 1647, Ordinance for continuing his Pension as Housekeeper of the late Archbishop's Palace at Lambeth, ordered, 6 Jan. Read, and passed. Agreed to by Lords.

Mabbott, Gilbert, 1648, a Committee to confer with him about suppressing scandalous PamphletsOrder for bestowing 40. upon him, 31 Aug.

Mackworth, Colonel, 1646, to be continued Governor of Shrewsbury Castle, 24 Mar.
-, Humphrey. Vide Fell, Thomas.
-, Sir Thomas, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 9 Mar.

Macquire, Captain Rosse, 1647, Petition on his behalf, read; Debate concerning reprieving him laid aside, 6 Sept.

Magdalen's Hospital near Winchester, 1647, Governor appointed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 20 May.

Maidstone, 1647, Business concerning the Election of the Mayor referred to the Committee of Indemnity, 3 Nov. Order for Mr. Rose to continue Mayor; Mr. Brooke to deliver to him the Ensigns of the Office; Officers sworn by Mr. Brooke to be suspended.

Major Generals, 1646, the Committee at Goldsmiths Hall to consider of them, 11 Jan.
-, 1647, Report. Vide Harvey, Colonel.The Committee revived; all that come to have Voices, 30 Dec.Further Report, 3 Mar. Vide Browne, Major General.

Malden, 1647, new Writ, 1 Mar.
-, 1648, Return ordered, 14 & 15 June. Presented; Election referred to the Committee of Privileges; Committee revived; Order for their sitting. Report; Return voted illegal and void, Sheriff being dead before the Indorsement of the Writ.

Maleverrer, Sir Thomas, 1647, his Petition to be read, 2 Oct. Read; Order for paying him 1,000. in Part of his Arrears; a Committee to consider of advancing it, and of a further Satisfaction for the Remainder, 12Report; Order for paying the 1,000. out of the Excise, 17 Nov.Agreed to by Lords, 1 Dec.

Mallock, Roger, 1647, his Fine reported; Resolution for inlarging it; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 20 May.

Man, Sir William, 1647, Petition read; Order for bailing him; Two next Justices of Kent to take the Bail, 8 Mar. Any Two to take it.
-, Captain John, 1647, appointed Commander of a Ship, 17 Mar.

Manaton, Ambrose, 1646, Matter of Fact concerning his Case, reported; Resolution for admitting him to his Composition, and exempting him from his 5th and 20th Parts, 15 Feb.
-, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 14 Mar.

Manchester, 1647, Ordinance from Lords for the School there, read, and passed, 4 Mar.

Manton, Mr. desired to preach, 4 June, 164731 May, 1648Thanked, and to print his Sermons, 30 June, 1647 28 June, 1648.

Manwaring, Colonel Randall, 1646, Ordinance from Lords, appointing him Searcher of the Port of Sandwich, and Members thereof, read twice; previous Question for concurring thereto, Affirmative; Ordinance committed, 28 Dec.
-, 1647, Order prohibiting him to grant Passes, 11 MayFor giving him the Public Faith for 478. 13s. 2d. Lords Concurrence to be desired, They put House in mind of an Order concerning him, 15 Oct.His Petition, desiring Reparation by Letters of Reprisal for a Ship taken by the Spanish West India Fleet, read, and referred to the Committee for foreign Affairs, 1 Nov.

Margaret's, St. Westminster, 1646, Petition of Gallery Keepers; Order for distributing 20. among them, 6 Jan. Petition of Inhabitants of the Part intended to be left to the new Parish Church, read, and referred to the Committee for the Collegiate Church of Westminster, 1 Feb.
-, 1647, Order for 100. for Relief of the poor visited Inhabitants, 11 Aug.For 200. for the Repair of the Church, 23 Sept. Agreed to by Lords, For distributing 20. among the Officers of the Church, 24 Dec. Agreed to by Lords, 1 Jan.
-, 1648, Order for paying One Fourth of the Collections next Fast day to the Poor of the Parish, 9 June.

Margate, 1647, Order from Lords for repairing the Works, 1 Mar.

Mariners, 1646, Ordinance from Lords for continuing the Ordinance for impresting them, read, and passed, 1 Jan.
-, 1647, Ordinance impowering the Trinity House to raise and list them, read twice, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 1 Aug.Order from Lords for renewing it, agreed to, 3 Feb.

Markeshall, 1648, Letter from thence read; Proceedings of the Gentlemen approved; Letter of Thanks ordered; the Committee at Derby House to give Directions for their Encouragement, 7 June.

Marlborough, 1647, Petition of Inhabitants to be read, 23 Dec. Marriages, incestuous. Vide Incest.

Marrie, Lieutenant Colonel, 1646, to be discharged from further Restraint, 21 Jan.

Marrow, Mr. 1648, to be sent for in safe Custody, for being active in the late Insurrection in Kent; Member to assist in sending him up; Examination referred to the Committee of the Navy, 19 JuneReport; Power given them to bail him; the Committee of Kent to examine him, 3 Aug.

Marryott, Thomas, 1647, appointed Captain of a Ship, 27 Sept.

Marshall, Mr. desired to preach, 7 June6 Aug.21 Sept.30 Dec. 164729 Mar.22 July5 Aug. 1648Thanked, and to print his Sermons, 30 Dec. 1646 9 June13 Aug.26 Jan. 164726 July 11 Aug. 1648.
-, 1647, desired to pray before the House, 5 June. Prays, and repeats the Heads of his Sermon preached at St Margarets, A Committee to consider of a Remuneration to him for his Pains and Expence in the Service of the Parliament, 13 Aug.Report; Order for bestowing 500. upon him, out of some Delinquents Estates; Ordinance for that Purpose read, and passed, 23 Dec. Agreed to by Lords, To be desired to go with the Commissioners into Scotland, 29 Jan.Has Leave to return, 6 Mar. Lords Concurrence signified.
-, James. Vide Campbell, Donald.
-, Thomas, 1647, intercepted Letter from him to Lord Hunby, read; a Committee to prepare Letter to Lord Inchiquin to send him over, 18 Sept. Letter read, and re-committed, Letter concerning his Arrival; Serjeant to send for him up, 5 Nov. Lords to be acquainted therewith, The Committee for Irish Affairs to examine him, 13 Dec.His Petition from Lords, read, and to be considered, 13 Jan. Lords put House in mind thereof; Report to be made; Petition to be read, Another Petition from Lords, with special Recommendation, 1 Mar.
-, William, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 17 Dec.
-, Robert, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 5 Jan.
-, Richard, 1648, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 28 Aug.

Marston, John, 1647, Petition concerning him, and other Merchants, to be read, 6 May. Referred to a Committee, Order for their meeting, and sitting de die in diem; Committees added, 6 Oct.

Marston-Moysey, 1647, Ordinance from Lords for making it a distinct Parish, 15 Mar.
-, 1648, read and passed, with Amendments, 21 Apr. Amendments agreed to by Lords.

Marten, Henry, 1648, to be summoned to attend, 16 Aug.

Martin, John, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 4 Jan.

Martin Abbey, 1648, Order for making it indefensible, 4 July.

Martin's, St. in the Fields, 1646, Petition of Inhabitants, concerning stopping the common Sewer, read; nothing done thereupon, 3 Feb.
-, 1647, Order for bestowing 100. upon the poor visited Inhabitants, 20 Aug.
-, 1648, Order for bestowing One Fourth of the Collections next Fast-day upon the Poor of the Parish, 9 June.

Martyn, John, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 28 Dec.

Marybone, 1646, Petition of Inhabitants, concerning stopping the common Sewer, read; nothing done thereupon, 3 Feb.

Masham, Captain Antony. Vide Dymock, Captain Humphry.

Massam, Sir William, 1648, previous Question for adding him to the Committee at Derby House, Affirmative, 30 May.

Massey, Colonel, 1646, Petition of Officers and Soldiers of his Brigade, to be considered, 26 Jan.1 Feb. Read. Read again; Order for furnishing him with 1,000.For immediate Payment of PartColonel to send the Officers and Soldiers home, and prevent their coming to solicit the Parliament, Another Petition of his Soldiers recommended by Lords. The Committee of the West to treat with the Committee at Goldsmiths Hall about advancing 500. for them, Ordinance for that Purpose, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired.
-, 1647, appointed Lieutenant General of Horse in Ireland, 2 Apr.His Petition to be read, 9 July. Read; Order for paying him 2,000. in Part of his Arrears; Certificates and Accounts referred to the Committee of Accounts, Report concerning him; Order for his Appearance upon a Day appointed, to be left at his usual Place of Abode, 4 Sept.Serjeant's Report, 27 Jan.
-, 1648, Resolution for discharging the Vote whereby he stands accused, 3 June. To be communicated to Lords, Order disabling him to be a Member, revoked.

Matthews, Robert, 1648, Order for restoring him to Places usually enjoyed by Aldermen in Winton, the Year after their Mayoralties, 18 Apr.

Maude, Daniel, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 17 Dec.
-, Robert, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 25 Dec.

Maurice, Henry, 1648, Order from Lords concerning him, 29 JulyThey put House in mind thereof, 26 Aug.

Mawes, St. 1646, new Writ, 9 Feb.Order for continuing 100 Foot in the Town, For appointing a Governor, 12 Mar.

Maxwell, James, 1646, previous Question for approving him to attend the King at Holdenby, Affirmative, 12 Jan.

May, Thomas, 1646, his Case reported; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 9 Feb.
-, 647, previous Question for granting him the Privilege of sole printing a Book intituled, "The History of the Parliament of England, &c." Affirmative; main Question, Neg. 14 May.
-, Robert, 1647, to be sent for in safe Custody; Examination and Letter concerning him, referred to the Committee for Irish Affairs, 26 Aug.
-, James, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 20 Dec.

Mayherne, Sir Theodore, 1648, Pass from Lords for him and Family to go beyond Sea, agreed to, 10 July.

Maynard, Sir John, 1647, to be summoned to attend, 4 Sept. Attends; Informations and Depositions against him, read; refuses to answer; denies his Hand-writing; Order for disabling him from being a MemberFor his Commitment to the Tower; Sentence pronounced; Resolution for impeaching him of High Treason; a Committee to prepare Articles, Articles reported, read, and agreed to; Order for Ingrossment, 28 Oct.Ingrossed Articles, read, and sent to Lords, 27 Jan.
-, 1648, Resolution for proceeding no further upon his Impeachment, 3 June. To be communicated to Lords, Order for disabling him to be a Member, revoked, Order for discharging him from the Penalties, upon a Contract for the Manor of Bugden, 22 JuneAmended; Amendment agreed to by Lords, 8 July.
-, Lord, 1647, Resolution for impeaching him of High Treason; Impeachment sent to Lords, with Desire he may be sequestered from the House, and committed, 8 Sept. Message to Lords, desiring them to appoint a Time for bringing up Evidence, 17 Sept.14 Oct. Time appointed, 14. A Committee to prepare Articles, Message from Lords, desiring a speedy Proceeding; Articles to be reported, 29 Nov.To be read, 1 Dec.Message to Lords, desiring a longer Time to bring up Evidence, agreed to, Orders and Warrants signed by him, and other Informations, and Matters of Evidence, reported, and read. Ingrossed Articles reported; Evidence to each, read, and applied by the Reporters; Articles, Title, and Conclusion, agreed to, 29 Jan. Sent to Lords.
-, 1648, Resolution for proceeding no further upon his Impeachment, 3 June. To be communicated to Lords Message from them that they will discharge him unless House proceed by a Day appointed.

Mazieres, Colonel, 1647, Order for paying him 280. 17 July. Agreed to by Lords.

Melcombe Regis. Vide Weymouth.

Meldrun, Robert, 1646, his Petition, and Scots Commissioners Letter concerning him, read, 9 Feb. Read again; former Order for paying him 1,000. revokedOrder for paying him 3,000. Agreed to by Lords.
-, Jane, 1648, Petition read; Order for paying her 200. in full of all Demands due to her Husband, 12 June.

Members, 1646, have Leave to be absent, 7, 16 & 28 Dec. 4, 5, 6, 8, 9 & 11 Jan.10, 13, 16, 17, 20, 22, 23, 25, 26, & 27 Feb.1, 4, 5, 8, 11, 12, 13, 15, 19, 20 & 24 Mar.To take the Covenant, 9 & 30 Dec. 27 Jan.1 & 24 Feb.Take it, 9 & 30 Dec.1 & 24 Feb.Order for Members to pay Money to the Officers of the House, revived; a Committee to distribute it, 22 Feb. 1647, Members have Leave to be absent, 25, 26, 27 & 28 Mar.1, 2, 7, 14, 15, 16, 20, 21, 23, 29 & 30 Apr.1, 4, 5, 11, 12, 19, 21, 25, 27 & 28 May 1, 2, 23, 25, 26, 28 & 29 June6, 8, 9, 14, 15, 16, 17, 19, 20 & 22 July6, 14, 20, 21, 24, 26 & 27 Aug.1, 2, 3, 6, 7, 8, 9, 15, 16, 17, 18, 25 & 27 Sept.1, 5, 12, 16, 20, 21, 22, 25 & 28 Oct. 1, 3, 4, 9, 15, 18, 19, 20, 23, 25, 26 & 30 Nov. 1, 2, 3, 4, 7, 8, 10, 11, 14, 15, 17, 20 & 24 Dec. 13, 14, 20, 24 & 27 Jan.8, 9, 15, 16, 18, 24, 25, 26 & 29 Feb.6, 8, 9, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 20 & 23 Mar.To take the Covenant, 26 May2 & 9 June 26 Jan.Take it, 9 June23 Feb.Clerk to give Serjeant List of those that have not taken itOrder for suspending such as do not offer themselves, 26 MayMembers withdrawing after a Debate, and putting the Question, called upon to vote, Order for all to attend, to be printed and published, 5 JuneMembers present at a Debate, and not voting, called upon to vote, 19 JulyLawyers have Leave to go the Circuits, 19 July & 19 Feb.None to go out of the House without Leave, Absent without Leave, to attend forthwithAbsent with Leave, to attend within a Time limited. Latter Order to be printed, and published by SheriffsMember withdraws during a DebateSuspended, Disabled from sittingCommitted to the Tower, 7 & 9 Sept.Day appointed for the Attendance of Members absent, whose Excuses were allowedA Committee to take the Cases of those whose Excuses were not allowed; Resolution for fining each 20. 9 Oct. Report. Order for restoring several, 12, 14, 15, 16, 20, 25 & 27 Oct.3 Sept. The Committee to restore the 20. to Members absent with Leave, that have not been absent above Three Months, 22 Oct.To restore the Money to such as have deposited it, or shall do it in Three Days, Previous Question that Members absent upon Call shall forfeit 20. Neg. Several excused, 3 Nov.Member has Leave to execute the Place of Mayor of a Corporation, 18 Feb.
-, 1648, Members have Leave to be absent, 28 Mar. 1, 4, 15, 17, & 19 Apr.8, 15, 16, 20, 22, 25 & 30 May1, 9, 7, 8, 10, 12, 14, 20, 21, 27 & 30 June8, 10, 12, 18, 20, 21, 24 & 25 July2, 21, 23, 25, 29 & 31 Aug.1 Sept.Question for Leave of Absence, Neg. 9 May.Leave to be asked between Ten and Twelve o'ClockMember disqualified for sitting during this Parliament, 24 Apr.Has Leave to repair to his Charge as Governor of Gloucester, 1 MayAll, except as excepted, to attend, Orders for disabling several to fit, revoked, 7 & 8 June. All to attend a Committee upon an Ordinance, Days appointed for receiving Petitions against such as will not pay their Debts, or appear to their ActionsOrder to be printed and published, 27 JulyMember withdrawn after the Question, called in to vote, House to consider the Offices held by Members, and other Profits received by them, 5 & 9 Aug.
-, 1646, Order for making Report concerning Members that have Offices; the Committee in the mean time to receive Account of what such Members have received, or are to receive, 7 Jan.
-, 1647, the Committee for receiving Complaints against Members for taking Bribes, revived; Order for their sitting de die in diem; further Power given them; Committees added, 3 & 23 JuneVotes concerning the Disqualifications of Members; Order for printing them with Votes of 1st September, 1645; Examination of the Business of these Votes referred to a Committee, 10 JuneVote concerning Members that have been in actual War against the Parliament, read; previous Question for adding a Penalty thereto, Neg.House to consider Informations against them and others that have voluntarily received Pardons from the King, or corresponded with the EnemyA Committee to prepare Declaration touching delinquent Members, Vote read again; previous Question for adding a Penalty, AffirmativePersons that have sued for or accepted Pardons from the KingPersons that advised the Cessation of Ireland, or otherwise assisted the Rebels Persons that are sequestered for Delinquency, to be comprehended therein; previous Question for disabling Offenders against these Orders for ever to sit, Neg. Debate to be resumed, 5 July. Resumed; One Order amended. Another amended; Penalty votedTime appointed for Members that conceive themselves concerned to present their Cases. Cases to be considered. Several read, and referred to a Committee; Resolution that those who shall deliver their Cases within the limited Time shall not incur any further Penalty than being disabled to sit during this Parliament, Order for those who forbear coming because they have put in their Cases, to attend, Committee revived; Order for their sitting de die in diem, and making ReportPower given them to send for and examine Witnesses; Committee added, Members sitting till their Cases are adjudged to receive no Benefit of the Vote of 15th July, 27 Aug.Paper purporting a Charge from the Army against Eleven Members, and Paper of Desires in order thereto, read, 16 June. Read again, A Committee to prepare Letter to General concerning them; Letter reported, read, and agreed to; Speaker to sign and send it, Commissioners Letter, with General's inclosed, read. Read again; Resolution that it is illegal to suspend them before Proofs madePrevious Question that they have done nothing deserving Suspension, Affirmative, Leave given them to be absent, Their Petition read; Day appointed for bringing in the Charge; a Committee to prepare Letter to the Commissioners to that Purpose; Letter reported, read, and agreed to, Their Answer, with Paper inclosed, read, 2 JulyOfficers sent up to impeach them of High Crimes and Misdemeanors; Impeachment presented, and read; Members return a general Answer thereto. Further Consideration adjourned. Resumed. Their Petition, and several Letters, read; Time prefixed for their Answer. Counsel assigned them. Their Allegations, and Answers, read; they withdraw; Allegations, and Answers, read Second time, Their Desires for Leave of Absence, agreed to; Speaker to grant them a Pass to go beyond Sea for Six Months, Order for their Attendance, A Committee to inquire what Members have Offices, and receive Account of the Profits thereof, and to employ them to the carrying on the War in Ireland, 10 Nov.

Mercey, Isle of, 1646, Order for demolishing and disgarisoning the Blockhouse, 26 Feb.

Merchant-Adventurers, 1647, a Committee to treat with them about a Loan, and Security thereupon for the Irish Service, 13 Nov.Governor to call a Court, and propound to them a Loan of 10,000. for present Service, and to offer Security, with Interest. A Committee to desire their positive Answer, The Committee of the Navy to treat with them to forbear, and propose a Credit and Security for the Money, 8 Feb.Same Committee to state their Demands concerning a Danish Ship of Arms seized by a Parliament-Ship, 20 Nov.State of their Debt from the Parliament, reported House allow of 7,650. and 500.Demand of 2,818. 4s. 2d. re-committed, Demand of 1,554. for Expences upon several Treaties, allowed, and to be added to their other Demands Ordinance for reimbursing them 1,500. and 8,804. read, and passed, Agreed to by Lords, 1 Dec.

Meredith, Sir Robert. Vide Parsons, Sir William.

Merioneth County, new Writs, 8 Dec. 164626 Aug. 1647.
-, 1647, Order appointing High Sheriff, and for Commission to him, 17 Nov.Agreed to by Lords.

Merrick, Sir John, 1646. Vide WhitclockOrder for paying him, 1,000. in Part of his Arrears, 29 Dec.

Merrifield, John, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 13 Jan.

Messages from Lords, 1646, desiring House to continue sitting; Answer thereto, 25 Jan.
-, 1647, Message concerning Money for the Army, to be considered, 27 Apr.Desiring House to sit in the Afternoon; Answer thereto, 1 May2 Aug.
-, 1648, acquainting House they intend to sit on Saturday and Monday; Answer thereto, 30 JuneOrder against taking Notice of or entering Part of a Message from them, 10 JulyAcquainting House they intend to adjourn from Friday to Tuesday every Week.
-, to Lords, 1646, desiring them to continue sitting; Answer thereto, 15 Dec.6 Jan.
-, 1647, desiring them to sit in the Afternoon; Answer thereto, 30 Apr.6, 25 & 28 May1, 3, 5, 11 & 26 June23 July3 Aug.13 Nov.Desiring them to continue sitting; Answer thereto, 4 & 28 May11 June 23 July6 & 8 Sept.10 Dec.Desiring them to meet on a Sunday, 5 JuneHouse accompanies a Message to them, 4 Jan.
-, 1648, acquainting them House will adjourn for a Week; Answer thereto, 4 Apr.Desiring them to continue sitting, 20 & 29 May5 JuneAcquainting them House intends to adjourn from Friday to Tuesday every Week.

Metcalf, Thomas, of Beilanby, 1647, his Fine accepted; Or dinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 23 Sept.
-, Thomas, of Leeds, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 17 Dec.

Michel, 1646, new Writ, 9 Feb.

Michell, Thomas, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed, Lords Concurrence to be desired, 13 July.

Middlesex, 1647, Order appointing High Sheriff, and for a Commission to him, 17 Nov. Agreed to by Lords, Petition of Inhabitants concerning free Quarter, read; Speaker's Answer, 7 Dec.Members sent to hasten the bringing in the Assessments upon the Ordinance for 600,000. the Committee of the Army to prepare Instructions for them, and Letter to hasten the Payment, 23 Dec. Instructions and Letter reported, read, and agreed to.Petition of Inhabitants of several Hundreds, to be read. Read, and referred to the Committee of Indemnity.
-, 1648, Committees added to the Committee of Militia, 22 May1 Aug.Names of fit Persons to be Committees, ordered, 22 MayPrinted Paper, intituled, "The joint Declaration of Middlesex, Essex, Kent, and Surry, to the Soldiers of the Army, &c." read, and referred to the Committee at Derby HouseThe Committee for Printing to find out the Printer, &c. Ordinance for levying Forces in the County to continue Six Months, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 1 Aug.
-, 1648, new Writ, 12 Apr.
-, Earl of, 1646, Order from Lords appointing him Keeper of Kingswood Forest, 24 Mar.
-, 1647, Resolution for impeaching him of High Treason; Impeachment sent to Lords, with Desire he may be sequestered from the House, and committed, 8 Sept.Message to Lords, desiring them to appoint a Day for bringing up the Evidence, 17 Sept.14 Oct. Day appointed. A Committee to prepare Articles, Messages from Lords, desiring a speedy Proceeding; Articles to be reported, 29 Nov. To be read, 1 Dec.Message to Lords, desiring a longer Time for bringing up the Evidence, agreed to, Orders and Warrants signed by him, and other Informations and Matters of Evidence, reported, and read, Ingrossed Articles reported; Evidence upon each, read, and agreed to; Articles, Title, and Conclusion, agreed to, 29 Jan. Sent to Lords.
-, 1648, Resolution for proceeding no further upon his Impeachment, 3 June. To be communicated to Lords Message from them, that they will discharge him unless House proceed by a Day appointed.

Middleton, Sir Thomas. Vide Vaughan, Edward1647, Member to prepare Ordinance for repealing Part of an Ordinance that impowers him to raise Forces in the Six Counties of North Wales, 7 Apr.
-, Sir William, 1647, to have the Materials of the Works about Denbigh Castle, towards Satisfaction of his Arrears, Apr.Order for paying him 1,000 . out of his Father's Waterworks, in Part thereof, 10 Jan.
-, Lieutenant General John. Vide Ramsay, Sir James.
-, Henry, 1647, Ordinance from Lords, appointing him to attend the Commissioners of the Great Seal, read, and passed, 16 Feb.
-, Mr. 1648, Letters and Papers concerning his raising and abetting a late Tumult at Horsham, to be considered, 17 JulyLetter from thence, and Examination of Witnesses, read; Proceedings of the Committee of Sequestrations approved; Governor of Arundel Castle to permit him to attend a Committee, 20Clerk to enquire where the Papers are laid, 8 Aug.

Midhope, Colonel James, 1647, his Petition from Lords; Order for sending his Forces over into Ireland, or disbanding them, 2 JulyOrder for sending him back, 18 Sept. For committing him to Newgate for High Treason, 28 Oct. 2 Feb.Letter concerning his Arrival; Serjeant to send for him up, 5 Nov.
-, 1648, Order for his Discharge, 3 June.

Midlam, 1646, Order for slighting the Garison, 26 Feb.
-, 1647, House adhere to their Vote, 13 July.

Mildmay, Sir Humphry, 1646, Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 17 Mar.
-, Henry, 1647, appointed Captain of a Ship, 27 Sept. 17 Mar.Previous Question for adhering to the Vote, Affirmative, 8 Oct.
-, Sir Henry, 1648. Vide Privileges.

Mildrume, Major George, 1648, his Petition recommended by Lords, 30 June.

Milford, 1647, Order appointing a Comptroller of the Customs in the Port; Ordinance for that Purpose ordered, 8 Sept. Read, and passed, 20 Oct.Agreed to by Lords, 2 Nov.
-, 1648, Order for sending down AmmunitionList of Ships sit for the Guard thereof, reported, 17 Apr.

Militia, 1646, Lords desired to hasten the Ordinance for settling it in this Kingdom, 7, 10 & 15 Dec.Ordinance from them concerning the Militia of England and Ireland, read, 13 Feb.
-, 1647, Bill for raising, settling, and maintaining Forces by Sea and Land, in the Kingdoms of England and Ireland, and Dominion of Wales, and the Isles of Guernsey and Jersey, and the Town of Berwick upon Tweed, read; Question for Second Reading, Neg. Day appointed for it, 1 Dec. Read; Question for Commitment, Neg. Order for Ingrossment. Bill passed. Agreed to by Lords.
-, 1648, a Committee to consider of settling the Militia in England and Wales for the present Defence thereof; all that come to have Voices, 4 MayOrdinance for that Purpose, Read twice; Question that House, before the Commissioners Names, consider of general Characters to limit them, Neg.Previous Question that the Names be subscribed by Members of the respective Counties, Neg.Order for them to deliver Names to the Committee, Ordinance committed; Committee impowered to receive Names, 13 June. Members to attend them, Ordinance reported; Commissioners Names in Part disagreed to; others added; Clause for restraining the raising Forces, and putting them into Garisons, without the Authority of Parliament, re-committed, 4 July. Reported; whole Ordinance re-committed, Reported, and re-committed again; Report of the Adjournment of the Committee, approved, 7 Aug.Report of further Adjournment; Order for their sitting.

Millicent, John, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 10 June.

Millington, Gilbert, 1646, Petition to be read, 5 Dec.

Milner, Thomas. Vide Gethiu, Maurice.

Milton, John, junior, 1647, Resolution for indicting him of High Treason; Clerk of the Crown to prepare the Indictment; Managers and Solicitor appointed; Order for taking him into Custody, 25 Sept.Proclamation for apprehending him, reported, read, and agreed to, 1 Oct.

Minekennett, 1646, Ordinance from Lords, appointing a Rector, read, and committed, 10 Feb.

Ministers, 1647, Names of Ministers sent from Lords in Ordinances to be put into Livings, to be sent to the Assembly, 9 Apr.The Committee of plundered Ministers to prepare Ordinance for keeping in those put into Livings by the Parliament, 19 Aug.General's Letter, with a Copy of a Petitition, and other Informations of Ministers put in by the Parliament, being dispossessed; a Committee to withdraw, and prepare Ordinance for keeping them in; Ordinance read. Read Second time, and passed; Letter and Ordinance to be printed. Lords Concurrence signified, Papers endeavoured to be delivered to several in their Pulpits, referred to the Committee of Complaints, 15 Nov.Clerk at Goldsmiths Hall to deliver to Clerk of House a Note of all Improvements for the better Maintenance of a preaching Ministry, 31 Dec.Order for certifying any Increase of Maintenance to the Members for the Places where such Increase is settled, to be printed, 9 Mar.
-, 1648, List of Augmentations to be delivered to the Clerk, 13 June.
-, delinquent. Vide Delinquents.

Minterne, Henry, and others, 1647, Petition read, and referred to the Committee of Complaints, with Power to send for and secure a Person, 27 Sept,

Miott, Edward 1647, appointed Captain of a Ship, 17 Mar:

Mitchell, John, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 17 Dec.
-, Edward, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 22 Apr.

Mitton, Colonel Thomas 1647, to be continued Governor of Anglesea and Beaumaris, 25 Mar.To command Horse kept up for the Safety of North Wales, 8 Apr.Informations of Disorders of the Soldiers in Montgomery; Member to prepare Letter to him to suppress them, 12 MayOrder from Lords, appointing him Vice admiral of North Wales, agreed to, 25 Jan.Report from them concerning him, referred to the Committee at Derby House.
-, 1648, his Petition read; Order for paying him 5,000. upon AccountThe Committee of Accounts to state and certify his Accounts, 19 Apr.Order amended, 11 Aug. Amendments agreed to by Lords.

Mohun, Lord, 1646, his Petition to the Committee of the West, reported; and readInformation concerning his killing Persons in cold Blood, referred to a Committee, 15 Feb.

Molineux, Roger, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 20 Dec.
-, Lord Viscount, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 9 Mar.

Molyns, William, 1647, Petition concerning an Order from the Militia to deliver Ordnance, &c. in his Custody, to Colonel Weymes; Order for restoring them into the Tower Against Colonel Weymes and others intermeddling with them For continuing him in the TrustLieutenant of the Ordnance to defray the Charge of restoring them, 14 Aug.

Moncke, Colonel, 1647, appointed Commander in Chief of the Ulster Forces under Sir Charles Coote; a Committee to prepare Instructions for him, 16 July.

Monckton, Sir Francis, and Son, 1647, their Fines accepted; Ordinance for pardoning their Delinquencies, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 12 Jan.

Monies, 1647, Business concerning clipped and falsified Monies, referred to the Committee of the Revenue, 18 Aug. Report referred back; Another Committee joined; Power given to send for Parties, &c. Ordinance for preventing Inconveniences by clipped and falsified Monies, read, 1 Sept. Committed. Reported, and passed; agreed to by Lords The Committee of the Revenue to take care of regular coining all Monies.

Monies, Richard, 1647, his Business referred to the Commissioners of the Great Seal, 2 Oct.

Monmouth, County, Order appointing High Sheriff, and for a Commission to him, 17 Nov. Agreed to by Lords, Member sent down to hasten the bringing in the Assessments of 600,000.; the Committee of the Army to prepare Instructions for him, and Letter to hasten the Payment, 23 Dec. Instructions and Letter reported, read, and agreed to.
-, 1648, Letters from thence, Order for apprehending a Person. Vide Kemish, Sir NicolasThe Committee to secure sequestered Delinquents that have not compounded, and all suspected PersonsTo take care Delinquents do not occupy their Estates 15 Apr.Ordinance touching the Militia, 10 May. Vide Gloucester County.
-, Town, 1646, Order for disgarisoning the Castle, and slighting the new Works, 1 Mar.
-, 1647, House adhere to their Vote, 19 July.

Monnings, Sir Edward, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 21 Sept.

Monteagle, Lord, 1646, his Petition recommended by Lords, 6 Feb.

Montereuel, Monsieur de, 1648, Pass granted him by the Parliament's Commissioners in Scotland to pass through England to London, read, 6 JulyOrder from Lords for him to transport Four Coach-horses, Custom and Impost free, They put House in mind thereof; Order agreed to, 2 Aug.Pass from Lords for him.

Montgomery County, 1647, Order appointing High Sheriff, and for a Commission to him, 17 Nov. Agreed to by Lords.
-, 1648, Major Harley's Letter, readOrder for a Letter of ThanksFor a Reward to the MessengerGeneral to try by martial Law such Prisoners taken there as are triable thereby, 22 Aug.
-, Town, 1646, Speaker to know of the Earl of Cherbery what Assurance he will give that the Castle shall be preserved for the Service of the Parliament, 3 Mar.
-, 1647, his Answer; Custody thereof committed to him; the Committee of both Kingdoms to consider what is sit to be done for his Satisfaction, 25 Mar.Intelligences concerning Disorders of the Soldiers in Montgomery received by him, referred to the Committee at Derby HouseHe desired to attend them, 12 May.

Moore, Lady Viscountess, 1646, Order for paying her 300. and allowing her 200. per Annum, vacatedOrder for paying her 1,000. in lieu thereof, out of Mr. Bromley's Estate, 23 Dec.
-, 1647, Order for paying it in Course out of Goldsmiths Hall; former Order discharged, 4 May. Agreed to by Lords, Lords put House in mind of her Petition, 15 & 28 Oct.Order for paying a considerable Part of the 1,000. for her present Relief, Her Petition from Lords, 1 Mar. Read; Order for paying her 4,000. towards Satisfaction of her Husband's ArrearsThe Committee of Accounts to state and audite his Accounts.
-, Colonel John, 1646, Petition referred to the Committee for Irish Affairs, 22 Feb.
-, 1647, Order for paying him 1,000. in Part of his Arrears; the Committee for Irish Affairs to consider how the Money may be raised, 18 Aug.Order for paying it out of his Discoveries of concealed Delinquents Estates, 16 Feb.Letter recommending the Relief of divers of his Officers and Men shipwrecked in their Passage to Ireland, with their Petition inclosed, read, and referred to the Committee for Irish Affairs, 21 Aug.Liberty given him to return from Ireland upon his own Occasions for Three Months, 13 Dec.
-, 1648, his Desire concerning 6d. per Diem to his Soldiers whilst they continue wind-bound, referred to the Committee for Irish Affairs, 29 MayOrder for paying him 360. in full for Freight; the Committee of the Navy to give Order for present Payment, 9 JuneHis Information referred to the Committee of the NavyOrder for staying the Ship in the mean time, 25 July.
-, Lord Viscount, 1647, Petition referred to the Committee for Irish Affairs, 7 May.
-, Colonel Samuel, 1647, a Committee to consider his Services, and of a fit Allowance for him, 25 Mar.Order appointing him Governor of Hereford Castle; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 15 June.
-, Simon, 1647, his Letter to Mr. Lechemore, read, 6 July.
-, Lady Jane, 1647, her Petition from Lords, 23 Mar.
-, 1648, they put House in mind thereof, 13 Apr.
-, Alexander, 1647 his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 14 Dec.

Moorfields, 1646, Information of Tumults there; Order for putting in Execution the Laws for better Observation of the Lord's Day and public Fast-days, to be printed; Proceedings of a Justice in suppressing the Riot, approved, 22 Mar. Order returned from Lords, with Amendments; Amendments agreed to.

Moreton, Sir William, 1647, to be removed from the Tower to Lord Pet e's House, 1 Oct.
-, Dr. late Bishop of Durham, 1647, his Petition from Lords; Order for paying him 800. per Annum, formerly granted, and the Arrears thereof; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 4 Oct.Ordinance for confirming the Allowance, read, 28 Dec.

Morgan, Joan, 1646, Order for bestowing 40. upon her, 8 Dec.
-, Colonel Thomas, 1646, Order for paying him 500. upon Account, to be deducted out of his Arrears, 26 Jan.
-, 1647, his Petition, 7 Jan. Vide Sandys, Colonel.
-, 1648, Order for him and his Officers to be under the Rule of other Supernumeraries, for Security of their Two Months Pay and Debentures, 29 June.
-, Sir Edward, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 9 Mar.
-, Captain, 1646, Lords put House in mind of the Business concerning him, 13 Mar.
-, William, 1648, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 30 Mar.
-, Antony, 1648, Ordinance from Lords for indemnifying him for any thing done in relation to these Wars, read, and committed, 11 Aug.

Morley, Lord, 1646, his Petition, with Lords Sense thereupon 6 Feb.They put House in mind thereof, 13 Mar.
-, 1647, like Message, 29 Mar.14 May. Petition, and Lords Sense, to be read.
-, Captain William, 1646, to be continued Governor of Arundel Castle, 24 Mar.
-, Sir John, 1647, to be removed from the Tower to the Fleet, 1 Oct.

Morris, Edward, 1647, Order for preparing a Pardon in course for him, 2 Oct.

Mortarpieces and Granadoes, 1647, Information of some in private Hands, referred to the Committee of the Army, 16 Feb.

Moseley, Sir Edward, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 21 Sept.

Moulin, Monsieur du, 1646, intercepted Letter from him to Monsieur Tillier, read, and to be communicated to Lords Copies to be sent to the Committees for Irish Affairs, and of the Admiralty, 6 Feb. Sent.
-, Lewis du, 1647, Ordinance from Lords, appointing him History Reader in Oxon, to be read, 15 Oct.They put House in mind thereof.

Moulton, Captain Robert, 1647, appointed Commander of a Ship, 26 Feb.

Mounsell, Margaret and Mary, 1647, Order for paying them 791. in Satisfaction for their Brother's Arrears, 14 Mar.
-, 1648, agreed to by Lords, 17 June.

Mountague, Walter, 1647, his Petition from Lords, read; Order for bailing him, 10 JulyAnother from them; Order for continuing the Bail, 2 Sept. Agreed to by Lords, Order from them for continuing it Six Months longer, agreed to, 9 Dec.
-, 1648, Order from Lords for continuing it Six Months longer upon the same Security, agreed to, 8 June.

Mowse, Jane, 1647, Order for making Report concerning her, 14 May9 Sept. Report, her Petition read; Order for paying her 715. due from Captain Hackett out of his Estate.

Mucklow, William, 1648, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 29 Aug.

Mudforte, Nicholas, 1647, to be sent for as a Delinquent; Information against him, referred to the Committee of Complaints, 18 Oct.

Mulgrave, Earl of, 1646, his Petition from Lords, with special Recommendation, to be considered, 16 Jan.They put House in mind thereof, 1 Feb.
-, 1647, like Message, 6 & 13 May. Petition read, and referred to a Committee, Message from Lords, desiring it may be taken into speedy Consideration; Order for considering it, 15 Mar. Vide Alum.

Mulgrave Castle, 1647, to be disgarisoned, and the new Works slighted, 19 July.

Munster. Vide Ireland.

Murder. Vide Treason.

Murray, Mongo, 1646, Commissioners Letter, concerning a Paper in Characters privately conveyed to him by the King to be delivered to the French; their Commitment of him approved; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 8 Feb. Vide King.
-, Henry, 1647, Order from Lords for him to go to the King, 16 July. Agreed to.
-, William, 1647, his Letter, by way of Challenge to Colonel Whalley, readOrder for sending for him in safe Custody, 16 Nov.

Muscovia Company, 1646, Letter from the Commissioners with the King that some of the Company desired to move him for a Letter to the Emperor of Russia in their behalf, with Heads of the Letter inclosed, read; Letter of Thanks for not admitting them to present it, ordered, 8 Feb.

Musgrave, Mr. 1647, Cause of his Commitment, and Information that he is Author of divers scurrilous Pamphlets, referred to a Committee, with Power to discharge him, 16 July.
-, Captain, 1647, Resolution for indicting him of High Treason; Clerk of the Crown to prepare the Indictment; Managers and Solicitor appointed; Order for his Commitment to Newgate by a Committee, approvedOrder for his standing committed, 25 Sept.
-, 1648, Question for discharging him, Neg. Order for bailing him, 3 June.
-, John. Vide Crakanthorpe.

Mynne, George, 1646, Report concerning him; Resolution that he is a Delinquent, and sequestrableThat his Estate be sequesteredOrder for disposing of Monies belonging to him in Sir Humphry Foster's HandsFor bringing in his Writings, &c.For admitting him to his Composition upon Compliance therewithOrdinance for paying the Monies, ordered, 29 Dec. Vide Whitelocke, BulstrodeReferred to the Committee at Goldsmiths Hall to make his Composition, 9 Jan.
-, 1647, Report; previous Question for appointing a Day to consider it, Affirmative, 25 May.

22 23 & 24 Car. I. Parl. 5. A. 1646, 1647, & 1648.

NAMPTWICH, 1646, Order for slighting the Garison, 23 Feb.
-, 1647, for slighting the new Works, 13 July.

Napier, Sir Robert, 1647, Petition read; Order for taking off his SequestrationFor making Report concerning his Absence, 14 Sept.
-, 1648, his Petition tendered; Order for making Report, 24 Apr.Resolution for re-admitting him, and requiring his Attendance in the House, 8 June.

National Sins, 1646, a Committee to prepare an Enumeration of those for which the Nation has not been humbled before God, 9 Dec.

Navy, 1646, Commissioner appointed in the room of One deceased; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 15 Dec.Report from the Committee of the Admiralty, and Lords Order thereupon, for building Four Frigates, with a Reservation of Woods near Chatham, agreed to; the Committee of the Navy to consider how the Money to build them may be raised, 9 Jan.Two Reports from the Committee of the Admiralty, concerning a Summer's Guard, communicated by Lords, Order of the Committee, desiring to know the Opinions of both Houses thereupon, with a List of the Ships annexed; Title thereof agreed to; List read, and approvedThe Committee to provide Thirteen Merchant-ships to be Part of the FleetTo provide Twenty-five to be listed upon Occasion, 4 Feb. Report from Lords concerning the hiring Thirteen Merchant-ships, agreed to; Report to the same Purport to House, Report concerning the Names of the Commanders, 13 Mar. To be considered. Considered; List agreed to, with Amendments. Amendments, except One, agreed to by LordsHouse concur with Lords in appointing him.
-, 1647, the Committee of the Navy to purchase Wood for the Service thereof, 11 MayOrder from Lords concerning the Winter's Guard, 3 Sept.Number of Ships and Men, reported, and approvedOrder for Six Months Provision For Provision for 4,000 Men for Eight Months for next Summer's FleetNames of Commanders of the Winter's Guard, ordered. Presented, and in Part approved, Returned from Lords, with Amendments; Amendments to be considered, 2 Oct. Considered, and in Part, disagreed to; Conference desired thereupon, agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, The Committee to treat with Persons about advancing Monies for the Winter's Guard, 30 Sept.Order for making Report, 8 Oct.Propositions of the Commissioners of Customs for advancing 30,000.Letter from others, prosessing their Willingness to advance the like Sum, severally reported, Ordinance for adding divers Lords to the Committee of the Navy, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desiredCommissioners of the Customs to be acquainted what House has done touching their Security, and desired to pay the Money for the Payment of Ships and Men now come in, 15 Dec.State of the Navy, reported; the Committee to consider how 6,000. may be raised monthly for the Service thereof; another Committee joined with them, House informed that 70,000. were necessary for setting forth the Summer's Fleet; 40,000. to be raised presently, the Remainder in March next; the Committees of the Navy and Army to consider how the 40,000. may be providedOrder for paying the Revenue of the old Customs to the TreasurerFor applying all Monies arising upon the Customs to the Use of the Navy, 12 Jan.Resolution for allowing 70,000. Part of the 150,000. charged upon the Excise, for the Use of the Army, and applying it to the Use of the Navy; Ordinance for that Purpose ordered, 24Read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 1 Feb.Order of the Committee for treating with Owners of Shipping to advance One Moiety of Freight in Money, and secure the other, readThe Committee to treat with the Commissioners of Excise, and the Committee of the Eastern Association, for Forbearance of Monies payable to them, and to propose a Credit and SecurityInformations concerning the Badness of Provisions, referred to the Committee of the AdmiraltyPetition of Officers and Ships Companies, readOrder for them to have Two Flesh Days every Week between this and EasterList of Ships for the Summer's Guard, read and agreed to, except as excepted; Order for sitting them outFor sitting the rest of the Ships ready to go upon Occasion; Lords Concurrence to be desired, Money raised by Two Delinquents Estates to be employed for the Service of the Navy, 9 Mar.List of Commanders from Lords, read, and agreed to, with Amendments. Amendments sent to Lords.
-, 1648, they adhere to their First Nomination; House adhere to their Amendments; Conference to be desired thereupon The Committee of the Admiralty to settle these Differences, 25 Mar.Their Report, appointing Commanders of Frigates, agreed to, 13 Apr.Vice Admiral's Letter, read, and referred to the Committee of the AdmiraltyOrder for Officers to repair to their Charges, upon Pain of being discharged, Another Letter from him, concerning a Defection in some of the Ships, read; the Committee of the Admiralty to confer with the Earl of Warwick, touching the DefectionResolution for appointing him Lord High Admiral Left to him to give Indemnity to the Captains and Mariners. Vide Warwick, Earl ofLetters from some of the Commanders to him, communicated by Lords, 29 May Report from Lords, touching Lord Admiral's Proceedings in reducing the revolted Ships, 2 JuneReport from Warwickhouse, touching the Fleet, read; Votes for a strong Summer's GuardFor a Letter to the Trinity House to man the Fleet with well-affected MenFor a Gratuity to Officers and Mariners, severally agreed to, For a Gratuity to those that deserted the revolted Ships, Report, and Result of the Committee at Derby House, and others, touching the revolted Ships, referred to a CommitteeState of the Navy reported; the Committee of the Army to give Account why they do not pay the 2,500. to the Committee of the Navy; Ordinance for that purpose orderedReports touching the revolted ShipsFor addition of Men to the ShipsFor a Commission of Oyer and Terminer to try the MarinersAdmiral's Letter to the Trinity House, severally communicated by LordsTheir Order for full manning the Ships, agreed to A Committee to prepare Declaration of what House has done towards reducing the revolted Ships, 22 JuneDeclaration read several times, and committed, 11 July. Time for them to surrender; Declaration reported, and agreed to, Lord Admiral authorized to engage them. Lords Concurrence signified, Power given him to grant Indemnity to Ships coming in within Twenty Days; Lords Concurrence to be desired, His Letter read; Letter to desire him to suffer no Person to pass to the revolted Ships, ordered, 21 Aug.Petition of Mariners, Commanders, and Members of Trinity House, read; Petitioners thankedLord Admiral, and the Committee of the Navy, to see the Orders of 17th Instant put in Execution, and to confer with the Petitioners about reducing the revolted ShipsOrder for providing Victuals, and other Provisions, 5 JulyReport touching the paying of Mariners and Labourers; Resolution for paying off well-affected Mariners at 15s. per Mensem; Commissioners of the Customs to be desired to advance 3,400. for that Use; present and former Commissioners to pay what is due to the Treasurer of the NavyCollector of the Customs at Weymouth to pay him what is in his HandsOrder for paying the Labourers out of the First Monies that shall come in from the Commissioners of the CustomsOrder for them to continue the weekly Payment of the Half-customs, and what he shall want at the End of Fourteen Days to make up the 11,400. to be desired to advance it by way of Loan; the Committee to take care of reimbursing them, with Interest, 29 June Order for paying to the Navy 40,000. Part of the 100,000. formerly assigned to the Scots, 25 Aug. Ordinance for that Purpose, read twice, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired.

Needham, Colonel, 1647, the several Troops in Leicestershire, Worcestershire, &c. to be One Regiment under his Command, and to be One of the Regiments kept up in England, 8 Apr.Order for paying him 2,500. in Part of his Arrears, 18 Dec.
-, 1648, his Petition referred to the Committee for Irish Affairs, 3 Apr.His Accounts referred to the Committee of the ArmyOrder for paying his Widow 500.; Lords Concurrence to be desiredFor paying her 5. a Week till the whole is paid, 12 Aug.

Nelson, Edward. Vide Pickering, James.
-, Captain, 1648, Petition referred to the Committee for Irish Affairs, 3 Apr.Order for stating his AccountsFor recommending him to GeneralFor paying him 30. 13. Agreed to by Lords.

Nelthorpe, John, 1647, Report from Lords, for appointing him Steward of the Manors of Barton and Barrow, to be considered, 29 Mar.

Neots, St. 1648, Colonel Scroope's Letter touching a Victory over the Earl of Holland there; List of Prisoners taken, and of Persons of Quality slain, read; Order for a Thanksgiving, 12 July. Vide Thanksgiving.

Nevill, George, 1648, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 9 Mar.

Newark, 1646, Order for disgarisoning, slighting, and dismantling the Fort near the River, 1 Mar.

Newbery, Richard, 1648, appointed Commander of a Ship, 13 Apr.

Newbury, 1648, Ordinance from Lords appointing a Rector, 18 May.

Newcastle, 1646, Warrant for a new Writ, to be amended, 13 Feb.
-, 1647, Election; Petition referred to a Committee, 6 Apr.Report; Election of Mr. Warmouth declared void; new Writ ordered, 23 JulyPetition of well-affected Burgesses, referred to the Committee of Privileges, 9 Feb.
-, 1646, Order for providing Arms for the English Garison to be placed there, 9 Dec.Governor appointed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, Major-general Skippon to put Forces into the Town, 1 Jan. Lords Concurrence signifiedLord Mayor to issue Warrant for transporting Provisions thither, Order for continuing the Town and Gateside a Garison with 700 Men, 1 Mar.
-, 1647, Order for reimbursing, with Interest, 6,368. 1s. 1d. advanced upon the Ordinance and Propositions for reducing the TownFor Thanks to the Treasurer, severally agreed to by Lords, 13 Apr.Letter concerning a Design to secure Newcastle for the King, read, and referred to the Committee at Derby House; Copy thereof to be sent to Major-general Skippon, 12 JuneOrder for a Month's Pay for the Regiment there, Petition of Mayor, &c. for Relief, in respect of their suffering by Billet and Free-quarter, read, and to be considered, 15 Nov.Another Petition to be read, 25 Dec. Read; Order for a speedy Supply of Provisions, &c. for the Garison, and for constant PayFor bringing to account what Monies have been received and disbursed for themFor stating the Accounts of Free-quarter, since the Removal of the Scots, and for public Faith for Monies due thereuponFor Monies out of Sequestrations in the Town, towards the Satisfaction of Engagements entered into by the Inhabitants, 28Agreed to by Lords, 1 Jan. Governor appointed by General, approved, 30 Dec.Order for sending down Brass Culverins, 3 Feb.For paying 623. towards repairing the Walls, For Monies towards repairing the Fortifications of the Town, and Tinmouth Castle, 21 Mar.
-, 1648, Order for replenishing the Stores, 4 Apr. Governor's Letter, with Paper inclosed from Edinburgh, with no Name subscribed, readOrder for 5,000. to repair and fortify the Town, and Tinmouth Castle; the Northern Committee to consider of providing it, and of Mr. Blakiston's Propositions, Ordinance for charging it upon the Excise, ordered, 2 MayOrder for sending 3,000. forthwith, 4 Ordinance read, and passed; agreed to by Lords, Governor's Letter read, and referred to the Committee at Derby House, Order for sending down Arms and Ammunition, 7 JuneLetters from thence, touching the Garison, read; Order for paying them 1,500. Another Letter, and Petition of Mayor, &c. read, and sent to Lord Mayor, 29. Vide LondonPetition of Mayor, &c. read; House approves of their Impositions on Coals, Grindstones, and Salt, 17 July. Vide Coals.

Newcomen, Mr. 1646, thanked, and to print his Sermon, 30 Dec.

New-Forest, 1648, a Committee to examine Abuses in selling the Timber, and take care for preserving what is sit for the Navy, 12 Apr.

Newman, Edward, and others, 1647, Petition; Order for paying their Arrears, as Messengers to the Committee of both KingdomsFor bestowing 50. upon each of them; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 21 Apr.
-, Richard, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 16 Dec.

Newport, Cornwall, new Writs, 9 Feb. 16461 Mar. 1647.
-, Pagnell, 1646, Order for slighting the Garison, and sending the Ammunition to Ireland, 28 Jan.
-, 1648, for securing the Town, 7 June.

Newport, Francis, 1647, his Fine and Delinquency reported; his Petition read; previous and main Questions for agreeing with the Committee in the Fine, severally Affirmative; Ladyday Rents to go in Part thereof, 20 MayAnother Petition read; Resolution for accepting 10,000. for a Fine for his and his Father's Delinquency, 22 Mar.

Newton, John, 1646, his Fine accepted, 26 Jan.
-, 1647, Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 30 Mar.
-, William, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 30 Mar.

Nicoll, Ensign, 1647, sent up by the Commissioners with the Army; referred to the Examination of a Committee; Order for taking him into Custody; Serjeant gives Account of an Affront done him, 27 Apr.Order for his Discharge, 25 May.
-, Antony, 1647, his Letter read; General to be desired to permit him to go according to his PassHis Letter concerning apprehending him, read; General to be desired to permit him to come hither to answer what shall be objected against him, 18 Aug.Another Letter from General, read twice; Order for continuing him in CustodyInformation that he had escaped. Vide DenhamOrder for stopping the PortsFor apprehending him, and revoking his Pass, Report concerning him; Order for his Appearance on a Day appointed, to be left at his usual Place of Abode, 4 Sept. Serjeant's Report, 27 Jan.
-, 1648, Resolution for discharging the Vote whereby he stands accused, 3 June. To be communicated to Lords, 5. Order for disabling him to be a Member, revoked, 9.

Nixon, Captain Robert, 1647, appointed Commander of a Ship, 17 Mar.
-, Robert, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 24 Dec.
-, Mr. Mayor of Oxon, 1648, has Leave to go down Thanked for his good Services, 24 Apr.

Noell, Mr. Vide Gibbs.
-, Walter, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 14 Jan.
-, Sir John, 1647, Order for his Trial, 14 Jan.

Norcliffe, Sir Thomas, 1646, the Committee of Accounts to audit, state, and certify his Accounts, 4 Feb.
-, 1647, Order for his Children to have 3,000. out of Sir Gervase Norcliffe's Estate; Ordinance for that Purpose ordered, 13 JanRead, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 7 Mar.

Norfolk, 1647, Members to write down, touching a Petition carrying on there, concerning disbanding the Army, 6 Apr. Petition of well-affected Inhabitants of Norfolk and Suffolk, read; Answer agreed to; Members to deliver it, 2 JulyOrder appointing High Sheriff, and for a Commission to him, 17 Nov. Another appointed by Lords, agreed to, Members sent down to hasten the bringing in the Arrears of the Assessments of 600,000.; the Committee of the Army to prepare Instructions for them, and Letter to hasten the Payment, 23 Dec. Instructions and Letter reported, read, and agreed to, Pardon from Lords for the Prisoners in that Circuit, agreed to, 1 Mar.
-, 1648, Deputy Lieutenants and Committees to secure Persons come from the Prince, or revolted Ships, 19 Aug.
-, 1647, new Writ, 29 Apr.Sheriff to send it back, and not to proceed to Election till further Order, 27 May.

Norfolke, Mr. 1647, appointed Serjeant, 30 July. Order for delivering the Mace to him, 31.

Norman, Hugh, 1647, Pardon to be prepared for him, 2 Oct.

Norris, John, and Alexander, 1646, their Fines accepted; Ordinance for pardoning their Delinquencies, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 18 Mar.
-, Mr. 1647, his Petition recommended by Lords, 1 Mar.
-, North, Roger, 1646, Petition to be read, 9 Jan.

Northampton County, 1647, Petition of Gentlemen to be read, 20 May. Read; Speaker's Answer, Order appointing High Sheriff, and for a Commission to him, 17 Nov. Disagreed to by Lords; House adhere to their Vote, Members sent down for bringing in the Assessments of 600,000. the Committee of the Army to prepare Instructions for them, and Letter to hasten the Payment, 23 Dec. Instructions and Letter reported, read, and agreed to.Sheriff has Liberty to come to London, 13 Jan.Order from Lords for Leave to him to reside out of the County; agreed to with an Amendment, 15 Feb. Amendment agreed to by Lords.
-, 1648, the Committee at Derby House impowered to grant Commissions for raising Two Troops of Horse Volunteers for the Safety of the County, 16 JuneAgreed to by Lords, 6 July.
-, Town, 1646, to be disgarisoned, and the new Works slighted, 1 Mar.Report and Petition from Lords concerning the Committee there, to be considered.
-, 1647, Order for paying Shoemakers of the Town, 22 July. Vide Pendleton, Thomas.
-, 1648, Order from Lords for pardoning Prisoners in the Gaol, agreed to, 27 Nov.
-, Earl of, 1647, his Petition, and Lords Order thereupon, read; Question for agreeing thereto, Neg. Previous Question for referring him to the Committee at Goldsmiths Hall, to be compounded with according to Rules given them, and for Report to be made before he pays the Moiety of the Fine, Neg. Resolution for referring him to them, 13 May.
-, Countess of, 1647, her Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning her Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 7 Jan.
-, 1648, her Petition from Lords, read, and recommended to the Committee at Goldsmiths Hall, 28 Mar.

Northcott, Jeremy, 1648, to be sent for as a Delinquent; Examination referred to the Committee of Complaints, 3 July.

Northern Counties. Vide Associations1647, General to be desired to prevent Inconveniencies from Meetings of Delinquents Additional Committees to all the Committees of Sequestrations, 20 Mar.
-, 1648, agreed to by Lords, Propositions for securing the Northern Parts, read; previous Question for putting the Seven Northern Counties into a Posture of Defence, Affirmative; Rest of the Propositions referred to the Committee at Derby House; to advise with the Northern Committee, 5 MayLetters concerning the Condition of the North, read; General to be desired to go down to reduce Places seized by the Enemy; Lords Concurrence to be desired; the Committee at Derby House to acquaint him therewithMembers to be appointed to go with himOrder for a Packet-boat to carry Dispatches, His Letter, with Paper inclosed, of Necessaries desired for the Forces designed Northward; Desires agreed to, Letters from thence read; Order for Letters of Thanks, Ordinance for settling the Militia for Six Months, read, and passed. Agreed to by Lords, Order for providing Arms and Ammunition, 21 JuneOrdinance for raising 7,000. for putting them into a Posture of Defence, read twice, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, Letter concerning a Victory, and List of Prisoners, to be printedOrder for Letter of Thanks to several OfficersFor a Thanksgiving, 5 July. Vide Thanksgiving Estates of several Delinquents to go towards the Maintenance of the Forces, King and Queen's Revenue in those Counties, and 20,000. out of the Excise to be employed for the same Service; Ordinances for that Purpose, ordered. Severally read, and passed. One agreed to by Lords The other returned with Amendments; Amendments agreed to, Officers with Colonel Lambert to remain till others comeOrder for sending a Train of Artillery to him; the Committee at Derby House to consider with the Committee of the Army touching the Quantity, and how it shall be provided, His Letter; Order for Forces to join him, Committees Letter concerning the great Wants of those Parts, read, 16 Aug. Vide LondonOrder for supplying the Forces with Necessaries and RecruitsFor issuing Commissions in the several Counties to inquire into the Losses of particular Persons by the Scots Invasion, Lieutenant-general Cromwell's Letter; the Committee of the Army to take effectual Care to supply the Necessities therein represented, Another Letter from him, read; Order for a speedy Recruit of Horse for his Forces, and for providing Moneys, Cloaths, &c. for the Soldiers.

Northover, John, 1646, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 9 Feb.

Northumberland, 1647, Remonstrance of the Inhabitants to be read, 25 Dec. Read; Order for granting the Sequestrations of the County for Relief thereof, Agreed to by Lords, 1 Jan.Order for 623. to provide Arms and Ammunition, Returned from Lords with Amendments, Amendments agreed to, 17 Mar.
-, Earl of Vide Albans, St. Earl of1646, his Petition from Lords, with special Recommendation, read; Order for paying him 10,000. towards Reparation of his Losses Previous Question for taking his Petition into further Consideration, Neg. 19 Jan.
-, 1647, Pass granted him for transporting Four Horses into France, Custom and Impost free, 14 May.

Norton, Sir James, and John, 1647, Ordinance for pardoning their Delinquencies, read, and passed, Lords Concurrence to be desired, 21 Dec.
-, Major, and Son, 1647, their Fines accepted; Ordinance for pardoning their Delinquencies, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 5 Jan.

Norwich, 1646, new Writ, 7 Dec.Letters concerning the Obstruction of the Excise, and Copy of a Warrant for suppressing the Tumults, read, 20 Jan.
-, 1647, Member to go down to settle the Differences concerning the Excise, 19 JulyOrdinance to direct the Election of Mayor, Aldermen, and Common-council, ordered, 10 Mar. Read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired.
-, 1648, A Committee to put the Ordinance in Execution Petition of Justices, &c. read, and referred to the Committee of Complaints; Mayor ordered into Custody. Vide Utting, JohnPetitioners to be thankedNew Mayor appointed, 18 Apr.No Rioter to be elected Mayor, or have a Vote at the ElectionThe Committee at Derby House to take Care to prevent Tumults thereatSteward, Recorder, &c. to take Care the Order be put in ExecutionOrder for a Commission of Oyer and Terminer to try the RiotersA Committee to inquire after the Promoters and Abettors of the Tumult, and after the Losses of Colonel Fleetwood's Regiment, and consider of a Satisfaction for them, Petition of Deputy Mayor, &c. from Lords, read; the Committee of Complaints to consider of fit Persons to examine the whole BusinessAnother Committee to consider of Reparation to Persons who have suffered, out of Delinquents Estates that were accessary to the late Insurrection, 8 MayAnother Committee to examine the whole Business upon Oath, Deputy Mayor and Deputy Lieutenants approved.
-, late Bishop of. Vide Hall, Dr. Joshua.

Nottingham County, 1646, Order for paying 6,000. formerly assigned to the County out of Delinquents Estates therein to be nominated to the Committee at Goldsmiths Hall, 9 Feb. Agreed to by Lords.
-, 1647, Order appointing High Sheriff, and for a Commission to him, 17 Nov. Agreed to by Lords, Members sent down for bringing in the Assessments of 600,000. the Committee of the Army to prepare Instructions for them, and a Letter to hasten the Payment, 23 Dec. Instructions and Letter reported, read, and agreed to.
-, 1648, Gentlemen sent down for Preservation of the Peace of the County, 7 July Colonel Rosseter's Letter concerning a Victory over Sir Philip Monckton, read; Order for paying him 2,000. out of Sequestrations not engagedFor Letters of ThanksFor a Reward to the MessengerFor a Thanksgiving. Vide ThanksgivingNarrative of the Victory to be put in Writing, and printed, with the List of PrisonersOrder for sending a Surgeon, Physician, and Apothecary, and for 100. to satisfy their Pains and Charges For paying for the Cure, Lodging, and Diet, of the wounded Soldiers out of the Prisoners Estates, 8 July Ordinance for raising 6,000. per Mensem in the County, read, and passed, Agreed to by Lords, 1 Aug.
-, Town, 1646, to be disgarisoned, and the new Works slightedCastle to be continued a Garison, with 100 Foot, 1 Mar.Governor appointed.
-, 1648, Committees Letter, with Copy of a Declaration inclosed, read; Order for raising a Troop of Horse for Safeguard of the CastleFor 500. to repair and fortify it For 200. to the Governor, 20 JuneLetter from thence read; Order to be made to the Effect therein; Ordinance for that Purpose, ordered, 29 July.
-, Earl of, 1647, his Petition and Certificate of his Arrears upon his Annuities, read; Order for paying him 500. in Part; agreed to by Lords, 31 Jan.
-, 1648, Ordinance from Lords concerning his Reversion, agreed to, 21 Aug.

Nuttall, John, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 23 Dec.

Nye, Mr. 1647, desired to preach, 6 Aug.26 Jan. Thanked, and to print his Sermons, 13 Aug.23 Feb. A Committee to consider of a Remuneration to him for his Pains and Expence in the Service of the Parliament, 13 Aug. Report; Order for paying him 500. out of Delinquents Estates; Ordinance for that Purpose, read, and passed, 23 Dec. Agreed to by Lord.

22 23 & 24 Car. I. Parl. 5. A. 1646, 1647, & 1648.

OATHS, 1648, a Committee of both Houses to receive Complaints concerning them, and consider which are sit to be taken, and which to be discharged, 27 Mar. Lords Concurrence signified, Order for making Report, 18 Apr.

Obrian, Lady Honora, 1647, her Petition from Lords with special Recommendation, read, and referred to a Committee, 13 Jan.Another from them, read; Order for allowing her 4. per Week towards her Maintenance; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 22 Mar.

Odling, Doctor Edward, 1646, Lords put House in mind of his Petition, 27 June.

Officers and Soldiers, 1646, all that have served in Counties or Garisons under the Command and Pay of particular Committees, to forbear coming to London upon Pretence of stating their AccountsCountry Committees to state and pay them, deducting for free Quarter, &c. 8 Dec. Agreed to by Lords, To be printed and sent by Members into their respective Counties, &c. 4 Feb.Sir Samuel Luke's Lists of Officers, Soldiers, &c. with their particular Demands, presented; Proportions to be paid them out of Delinquents Estates, approved, 8 Dec. Agreed to by Lords; a Committee to consider of some Course for satisfying their Arrears. List of Delinquents presented to them by Officers, reported, read, and referred to the Committee, to consider what Lands are fit be sold for paying themOrder for paying them 10,000. out of Fines undisposed of, Member to recommend it to the Committee at Goldsmiths Hall to comply therewith, 26 Jan.Order for sending a Guard to the Place where the Treasurers shall make PaymentFor paying 4,000. forthwith, 17 Dec.Ordinance for taking, examining, and determining the Accounts of the Soldiery that have served faithfully, to be read, 2 Jan. Read; Instructions to be observed in taking them, and Proportions for satisfying their Arrears, read; Ordinance read Second time, and committed, with the Instructions and Propositions, to a Committee of the whole House, Committee sits, 23 & 30 Jan. 13 Feb. Report touching the Sixth Proposition; Proposition read; Question for considering it, Neg. 30 Jan.Names of Delinquents for raising the 10,000. reported, read, One by One, and agreed toOfficers Propositions reported, and readOfficers impowered, upon a Deficiency, to present other Names; the Committee at Goldsmiths Hall to accept themEstates of those wilfully refusing to compound, to be sold; Lords Concurrence to be desired Resolution for allowing Interest to Advancers of the Money, 9 Jan. Ordinances for Sale of Delinquents Estates to repay 1,235. 1s. 6d. to them, to be read, 16. Read, 25. Committed; Money to be paid to the Persons that received the 10,000.Order for paying them 8,200. Remainder of 30,000. formerly assigned them, A Committee to prepare Declaration to prevent the Resort and tumultuous Addresses of the disbanded Soldiery to the Parliament, 4 Feb. Declaration read, and recommitted; Committees addedThe Committee for Redress of Officers molested for things done in War, revived, and to sit de die in diemAll that desire to go beyond Sea to have PassesOrdinance for their Redress to be read, Sir Thomas Dacres's List, with their Demands and Proportions, allowed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, Order for discharging all brought before Judges, upon any Fact committed in tempore & loco belli, 11 Mar. Petition of Officers Wives from Lords, Petition of reduced Officers; Members to give Answer, and reprove them for giving Directions to House.
-, 1647, Petitions of Officers Wives, &c. read, and referred to the Committee in the military Garden, 26 Mar.22 Apr.Instructions for taking and regulating Soldiers Accounts, to be reported, 26 Mar.22 Apr.6 & 11 May. Reported, read twice, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence to be desired, Petition of Widows from Lords, read; Speaker informs House of their Necessities; Petition referred to the Treasurers at Christ ChurchOrdinance for 12,000. formerly granted to reduced Officers; agreed to by Lords, 9 Apr.Petition of Northern reduced Officers, and General's Letter on their Behalf, read; Order for paying them of their ArrearsThe Committee of the Northern Association to state their Accounts; Petition referred; the Committee impowered to send for Lists in the Hands of a Clerk to a Committee; Person to be added to the List, Another Petition, with List and a Report from the Committee; Order for paying them 17,138. 12s. 10d. in full Satisfaction of their Arrears; Ordinance for that Purpose, ordered, 14 MayOrder for a Month's Pay to those in Town, 16 JuneList of Scots Officers presented; Order for paying them 5,706. 14s. 4d. in full Satisfaction of their Arrears; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 21 Apr. Order for Interest to Persons who shall advance the Money; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 14 May.Ordinance for that Purpose, read, and passed; agreed to by Lords, 11 June Order for a Month's Pay to those in Town, List of Dutch Officers Names and Demands presented; Order for paying them 7,728. 11s. 8d. in full for their Arrears; Ordinance for that Purpose, ordered, 14 MayTo be read, 7 JuneOrder for a Month's Pay for them, Order for Commission of Oyer and Terminer to try such as take freequarter without Warrant; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 4 MayA Committee to prepare explanatory Order. Former Order revoked, Petition of Officers read; a Committee to certify their Accounts; Petition re-delivered to be subscribedPetition of Widows read; Order for listing Men in the List of the military Garden, Petition of distressed English Officers and Soldiers, readOrdinance for taking the Accounts of the Soldiery, reported and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired. Clause concerning giving a Peny in the Pound to the Committee, left out, Petition of private Soldiers in general in and about London, readAuditors to receive List, and inlist and state their Accounts Order for 1,000. towards their Arrears, 4 June. Members to acquaint those at the Door therewithPetition of reduced Officers of Four Lists now presented by Sir William Waller, to be read, Order for paying them 5,000. in Part. Agreed to by Lords, Petition of reduced Officers from Lords, referred to a Committee; Members to acquaint them what House has done for their Satisfaction, and to acquaint the private Soldiers, that, as soon as Lists are returned, they will take care to provide Money for them. Auditors of Christ Church to return the Lists with all possible Speed. Lists presented; Order for a Month's Pay for those that have their Accounts and Certificates attested under known Officers Hands; Auditors to attend the Treasurers with the Lists. Order for their proceeding in the Payment, Further Orders touching the PaymentOrdinance from Lords for Indemnity of Officers and Soldiers come off from the Army, read twice, and passed, with Amendments. Amendments agreed to by LordsOrder inhibiting them to return, Additional Treasurers for the Officers Money Treasurers for the Soldiers Money appointedTime and Place appointed for them both to payOrder touching signing the Officers Certificates; Ordinance in pursuance of these Votes, ordered, read, and passed; agreed to by Lords, 18 JunePetition of divers Commission Officers, with Ten Papers or Lists annexed; Order for paying them proportionable Parts of their Arrears out of the 25,000. formerly assigned for that Service, Petition of Officers and Soldiers come off from the Army; the Committee of the Army to state and audit their Accounts,Petition of Reformadoes whose Accounts are stated by the Committee of Three Counties; Order for paying them such Proportion as is to be paid to other Officers whose Accounts are stated, 1 JulyLists and Petitions presented by Sir John Norwich, read. Referred to a Committee,Petition of Auditors, read. Order for making new Tickets for those that miscarried,Petition of Dragooners, from Lords,Petition of Commission Officers and Soldiers, read,Petition of French Reformadoes, from Lords,Petition of Officers and Soldiers who have not received any Part of their Arrears, read,Petition in behalf of Officers in Sir John Norwich's List, to be read. Read, 17 &Petition of divers Officers, with Lords Sense thereupon; Declaration that House cannot consider it, as it is a matter of MoneyPetition of reduced Officers in and about London; a Committee to prepare Answer; Answer reported, read, and agreed to,Petition of reduced Officers and Soldiers, with List annexedPetition of other reduced Officers, severally read; a Committee to examine Abuses in the Payment of Monies to those of divers Lists, Ordinance for stating of Soldiers Accounts, ordered, 26 Aug. Read, 1 Sept.Paper concerning the stating and auditing them to be considered,The Committee of the Army to treat with Officers thereupon, 6 Oct.Petition of Officers and Soldiers inlisted before the Committee for the Military Garden, readGeneral's Letter recommending an inclosed Petition of reduced Officers and Officers Widows who did not inlist with the City against the Parliament, read; Petition read; Ordinance for stating and determining the Accounts of Officers and Soldiers slain or wounded, read, and committed, Reported, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired Books of Accounts concerning the Payment of 28,000. to reduced and reformed Officers, referred to a Committee, 1 Oct.Petitions and Lists referred to a Committee, to inquire whether they are in any other List, or have been paid, and to consider how Moneys may be borrowed for their Relief, and of Obstructions to auditing their Accounts,Declaration that the Arrears of the Soldiery shall be paid out of Bishops Lands, after former Engagements are satisfiedA Committee to consider how they may be secured and satisfied,General's Letter, with Paper inclosed concerning Arrears, to be read,Previous Question that Deans and Chapters Lands shall be Security for them, Neg. 11 Nov.Moiety of the Excise in course to be Security, 18 Dec. Order amended,Question that the Reversion of Deans and Chapters Lands be Security, Neg.A Committee to prepare Ordinance for their Security,Ordinance read twice, and committed,Treasurers appointed for the Proceed of the SecuritiesOrdinances for charging 600,000. upon the Moiety of the ExciseFor appointing the Remainder of Bishops Lands, and Two-thirds of certain Delinquents Estates For Explanation of the Uses of former Ordinances for their Security severally read, and passed. Agreed to by Lords General's Letter, and Petition of poor Officers and Officers Widows whose Tickets are unpaid, read,Petition of Leicestershire Officers and Soldiers, to be read,State of Scots Officers Arrears, reported; Order for charging 13,774. 7s. d. upon the Excise; Ordinance for that Purpose, ordered, 15 Feb.Read, and passed, 17 Mar.Returned from Lords with Amendments; Amendments agreed to,Votes that none shall raise Soldiers to be transported, without a Warrant from the Committee at Derby House, agreed to by Lords, 29 Feb.To be published by Beat of Drum; Lords Concurrence signified, 1 Mar. Petition of divers Officers who have Tickets, read; Order for issuing 9,100. Part of the 10,000. charged upon Goldsmiths Hall, to be paid as House shall appoint.
-, 1648, Petition of Dutch Officers, read; General to be acquainted with the Order on their BehalfMr.Wilcox's List of Officers who have received Tickets, referred to a Committee; Person to be added, 25 Mar.Order touching paying them, 4 Apr.Members to deliver in Lists in their Hands, 25 Mar.Declaration that no Officer shall have any other Course taken for Payment of his Arrears, than what is settled by Ordinances; to be set upon the Post, 3 Apr. Ordinance for ascertaining the Arrears of the Soldiery, read twice, and passed, 22. Agreed to by Lords,Petition of supernumerary Officers disbanded, whose Accounts are stated, with List annexed, read; Answer theretoPetitions of reduced Officers in Yorkshire, with Lists annexed, read, and referred to the Northern Committee, 23 MayReport, 1 June Petition of Soldiers in Bradford, Leeds, &c. Order for paying them 3,000. 23 May Petition of reduced Officers and Soldiers, and of Widows and Orphans, read; Matter of Fact concerning them and their Demands, reportedAnother of divers reduced Officers and Soldiers, readOrdinance for appointing a Committee to receive and state the Accounts of the Soldiery, read twice, and committed; Petitions referred, 1 June Ordinance reported, and passed, 10 JulyReturned from Lords with Amendments; Amendments agreed to, Ordinance to be printed and published, 1 Sept.Petition of several Officers formerly employed in the Parliament's Service, read; Petitioners thanked, 3 June List of reduced Officers under late Lord Fairfax, and Paper presented by them, referred to the Northern Committee,Report; Order for allowing them 300. for their Disbursements; Lords Concurrence to be desiredFor paying 3,526. 12s. Ordinance for Payment of the Residue ordered; Officers to have the same Security as other Soldiers, 31 JulyOrdinance for 21,000. for divers Officers, &c. in several Lists, read, and laid aside Ordinance for 42,000. for divers Officers in several Lists, read twice, and committed; the Committee to examine what Monies have been paid upon Lists, 14 JuneOrdinance reported; Proviso added; Ordinance passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, Money to be paid out of the first Monies raised upon the Ordinance for Receivers of public Treasure, to account, 4 Aug.Petition of divers Officers to be read, 20 JunePetition of reduced Officers and Gentlemen of Colonel Sanderson's Regiment, read, and referred to a Committee, Petition of divers Officers come off from the Army, read; Resolution that they are within the same Security for their Arrears as the rest of the Army, Petition of divers Officers and Soldiers in the North that served under the late and present General, read, and referred to the Northern Committee, 8 JulyPetition of reduced Officers from Lords, referred to a CommitteeOrdinance for a Salary to the Auditors employed in stating and determining the Accounts of the Soldiery, reported and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, Place appointed for Members to meet, 1 Sept. Petition of reduced Officers in Four Lists, read; Petitioners to consider of a way for Payment of 1,500. in lieu of such Delinquents Monies as were formerly assigned them; the Committee at Goldsmiths Hall to pay the Arrears of Interest for 30,700. Ordinance for that Purpose, ordered, 31 July Read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 14 Aug. Petition of reduced Officers and Soldiers; Order for paying their Arrears out of their Discoveries; a Committee to give them further Satisfaction; Petition of Dutch Officers, referred, Petition from Lords of Field Officers and Captains of Four Regiments designed for the Irish Service, Petition of other reduced Officers; Order for putting them in same Condition, as to their Arrears and Indemnity, with those who formerly petitioned; Petitioners thanked, 22.

Ogle, Mr. 1646, Message from Lords, desiring Letters and Papers concerning him may be brought to their Committees, 18 Dec.
-, William, 1647, his Fine reported, and re-committed; further Information to be given to the Committee, 16 Dec.
-, Cuthbert, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 21 Dec.

Olave's, St. Southwark, 1647, Ordinance from Lords appointing a Minister, read, and passed, with an Amendment; Amendment agreed to by Lords, 30 Oct.

Oldfield, John, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 27 May.

Orange, Prince of, 1647, Pass for transporting Twenty Horses to him, Impost and Custom free, 28 June.

Orchard, Thomas, 1648, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 3 July.

Orders, 1646, touching the Course of reading Petitions, 9 Jan.Touching Moneys to be paid to the Officers of the House, Against entertaining private Business for Ten Days, 11 & 24 Mar.For preventing the noisome Inconveniencies of Houses of Office.
-, 1647, against proceeding upon private Business for Ten sitting Days, 2 Apr.5 June26 Aug.For keeping the outer Room and Stairs cleanFor locking the Door 1 JuneAgainst Members going out without Leave, 1 June 26 July3 Jan.15 Mar.Touching absent Members, 30 JulyFor preventing Access of Officers and Soldiers to the Doors of the Parliament, 26 Aug.Agreed to by Lords, 2 Sept.For keeping the Door shut, and calling in the Members, For apprehending clamorous Women about the Houses, 15 Oct.Against proceeding upon private Business for Fourteen DaysFor Eight Days, 7 Dec.For providing necessary Accommodations for the House, For clearing the outer Room, 3 Jan.For impowering a Committee to commit tumultuous Persons near the Houses.
-, 1648, for shutting the Door till Twelve o'Clock Against Members going out without Leave, 30 Mar. Against proceeding upon private Business for Eight Days, 14 Apr.For Ten Days, For Fifteen Days, 8 May Touching the Time of asking Leave of Absence, 24 Apr. For all Members, except as excepted, to attend, 4 May.

Ordnance Office, 1648, Ordinance from Lords touching the Clerks, 7 July. To be read. Read, and passedTheir Petition read, and referred to the Committee of the Navy, 20.

Orseiur, William, 1647, the Committees of Complaints and Indemnity to forbear proceeding against him till further Order, 14 Mar.

Ormond, Earl of, 1646, his Letters, with Propositions concerning the Surrender of Dublin, 20 Feb. Vide Ireland.
-, 1647, Previous Question for agreeing to his Proposition for transporting 5,500 Men into foreign Parts, Neg. 16 July His Letter, with Certificate annexed, recommended by Lords, read; like Letter and Certificate to Speaker; Order for paying him 520. Lords Concurrence to be desired, 4 Nov.Report touching Monies payable to him, with Lords Opinion thereupon, 23 Mar.
-, 1648, his Letter reported; Order for checking the Payment of his Money, to be discharged, 19 June.

Orphans, 1647, House to consider of providing for them, 20 Sept.

Osborne, Thomas, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 6 Jan.
-, Richard, 1648, his Letter from LordsAnother to Speaker, with Letter inclosed to Lord Wharton, read; Order for allowing him Forty Days to come and make good his Allegations, 20 June. Agreed to by LordsTo be printed, published, and posted up in public Places, 22. Vide Rolphe, Major Examinations, Informations, &c. against him, to be transmitted to the Judges of Excise at Winchester, 23 Aug.
-, Sir Edward, 1648, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 26 Aug.

Oste, Dierick. Vide Lawrence, Adam.

Overed, John. Vide Toppesfield.

Overton, Colonel Robert, 1646, Petition to be read, 9 Jan. Report concerning him to be made, 26 Jan.8 Mar.
-, 1647, his Petition concerning Money disbursed for Repair of Pontefract Castle, read, and referred to the Committee of the Revenue, 14 Apr.Petition of well-affected concerning him, referred to a Committee, 26.

Owen, Sir Roger, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 14 Mar.
-, Sir John, 1648, Order for bestowing 200. upon Persons that took him a Committee to consider of some Way to proceed against him for his Tryal, with Power to consider of general Rules for trying all Persons in his Condition, 10 June. Report recommitted; Committee impowered to confer with the Judges concerning the Manner of his Tryal, and what Articles are already made touching such TryalsOrder for sending him up as a Delinquent, For his Commitment to Windfor Castle for High Treason, and Suspicion of MurderFor his Commitment to the Gatehouse for the NightKeeper to re-deliver him to Serjeant To-morrow Morning, 16 July.

Oxon County, 1647, Sheriff's Letter, acquainting House he had apprehended several who call themselves Soldiers, and had robbed the Country; Order for Letter of ThanksFor a Commission of Oyer and Terminer to try them for sending to him List of Persons inlisted for Ireland; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 4 MayThe Committee to maintain Horse taken from the Soldiers, till further Order, Petition of Inhabitants, read, 15 Sept. Read again; Speaker's Answer, Order appointing High Sheriff, and for a Commission to him, 17 Nov. Disagreed to by Lords; House adhere to their Vote, Members sent down for bringing in the Assessments of 600,000. the Committee of the Army to prepare Instructions for them, and Letter to hasten the Payment, 23 Dec. Instructions and Letter reported, read, and agreed to.
-, City, 1646, Report concerning the Articles, to be made, 8 Jan.Declaration that they ought to proceed to the Election of a Recorder, the former being disabled as a Delinquent Order for disgarisoning the Town, and slighting the new Works, 2 Mar.For continuing the Ministers sent down, and for paying them 200.
-, 1647, Petition from thence concerning some Advance of Maintenance for them, to be read, 6 MayOrder for continuing them and their Pay, 20 JulyCopy of a Letter concerning the Train of Artillery there, read, 3 June.The Committee of the Army to secure the Money there, and thank the Person by whose Care it has been hitherto secured, Petition of well-affected Inhabitants, read, and referred to the Committee upon the Ordinance for preventing the Election of Malignants into any Office in Corporations, 27 Sept.Order for continuing the Mayor, For continuing the BailiffsNo Persons compounding within the Articles to compound for Offices, 23 Mar.
-, 1648, Ordinance for settling a Maintenance upon preaching Ministers there, ordered, 4 Apr.Ordinance from Lords, for rectifying the Articles of Surrender, read, and passed, 20 JuneAnother from them concerning the Articles, 3 JulyGovernor's Letter touching the Tryal of Prisoners engaged in an Oath of Secrecy to betray the Garison, communicated by Lords; General to be desired to order a speedy Tryal, 3 Aug.
-, University, 1646, Ordinance from Lords concerning it, passed, with a Proviso, 7 Dec. Proviso agreed to by them, Ordinance for Regulation of the University and all the Colleges, to be read, 7 & 15 Dec.11 Jan. Read twice, and committed; No Member to be a Visitor; the Committee to take Care of Preserving the Chancellor's Right to present fit Persons to be Visitors; to consider of the Oaths usually tendered there, Ordinance reported; Visitors agreed to; previous Questions for adding others, Neg. Number of Members to be of the Committee; Lords to be of it, named and agreed to; Ordinance passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 10 Feb. House put them in mind thereof, 19 & 26 Feb. 3 & 19 Mar. Ordinance returned with Amendments; Amendments agreed to, with Amendments; Conference to be desired thereupon; Managers appointed, 23. Conference desired and agreed to; Managers called; Conference held, The Committee of the University to consider concerning Proctors, 10 Feb.Ministers formerly sent down to continue there; Order for paying them 200. 23 Mar.
-, 1647, Another Conference desired by Lords concerning the Ordinance for regulating the University, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, 9 Apr. To be reported, 13. Reported; House adhere to their Vote concerning the Addition of Names; a Committee to assign Reasons; free Conference to be desired, 15. Desired, agreed to, and held,Order for demolishing all Monuments reproachful to the Parliament, or the Proceedings thereof; to be sent to the Proctors, Order for continuing the Ministers sent down, and their Pay The Committee for Regulation of the University to receive Queries delivered from themOrdinance from Lords for restoring the Earl of Pembroke to the Chancellorship, read twice, and Committed, 20 JulyReported, and passed, with Amendments; Amendments agreed to by Lords, 3 Aug.Order from Lords for the Visitors to sit de die in diem, agreed toAdditional Ordinance from them for regulating the University, read, and passed, with Amendments; Amendments agreed to by Lords,Ordinance from Lords for appointing a History Reader, 15 Oct. They put House in mind thereofReport from the Committee of both Houses, for regulating the University, communicated by Lords Ordinance from them for enlarging their Power, to be read, Report of Visitors referred to the Committee for regulating the University; Lords Concurrence signified, Committee added; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 1 Jan. Report declaring the Earl of Pembroke Chancellor, communicated by Lords, agreed to,Ordinance appointing ProctorsAnother appointing a Vice-chancellor, severally read, and passed, 17 Feb. Agreed to by Lords,Ordinance from Lords appointing Prebendaries of Christ-church, read, and passed, with Amendments, 1 Mar. Amendments Agreed to by Lords,General to assist Persons employed in the Reformation of the University,A Committee to consider of Means for better Maintenance of Heads of Colleges.
-, 1648, Chancellor to be thanked for his Pains in settling the UniversityOrder for further Regulation thereof, agreed to by Lords, 21 Apr.Ordinance impowering a Committee to send for Persons from thence who are convicted of Contempt of the Parliament, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 27 MayOrdinance from Lords appointing an Orator, Hebrew Professor, and Prebendaries of Christ-church, read twice, and committed, 17 June. Reported, and passed, with Amendments, 23.

22 23 & 24 Car. I. Parl. 5. A. 1646, 1647, & 1648.

PACKER, John. Vide Minterne, Henry.

Packsford, Mr. 1648, to be sent for in safe Custody for being active in the late Insurrection in Kent; Member to assist in sending him up; Examination referred to the Committee of the Navy, 19 JuneReport; Power given them to bail him; the Committee of Kent to examine him, 3 Aug.

Pacy, Thomas, 1647, appointed Captain of a Ship, 17 Mar.

Pagan, Peter, 1648, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 11 Aug. the Committee of the Militia to assist Serjeant in apprehending him, 12.

Page, Robert, 1647, Report of his Petition, and other Papers, referred to the Committee of the Navy, 21 Aug.
-, John, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 23 Mar.

Palatine, Elector, 1646, Report concerning him to be made, 9 & 16 Jan.
-, 1647, his Letter from Lords, read; a Committee of both Houses to receive Intelligence he desires to communicate, of great Concernment to the Protestant Religion and the Parliament's Cause, 25 Mar.Lords to be desired the Quorum may be lessened, 1 Apr. Their Concurrence signified, Papers from him, with Lords Answer, 6 May. They put House in mind thereof. Papers to be readHis Letter signifying his Intention to wait upon the King; left to him to do as he shall think fit, 3 JulyReport concerning him to be made, 3 July28 Oct.His Letter with Lords Desire thereupon, 2 Oct.State of Lands appointed for raising 6,000. per Annum for him, and of the Arrears of that Revenue, and how the Lands are disposed of, reported; Schedule of Two-thirds of Recusants Estates for Supply of his Revenue, read, and referred to the Committee; Committees added; Ordinance for raising the yearly Sum of 8,000. for him, ordered, 30 Oct.His Letter readOrdinance read twice, and committed; reported, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 16 Mar.
-, 1648, his Letter from Lords; House agree to his Desire, 13 Apr.Order from Lords for permitting him to transport Four Horses into France, 18 May.

Palfreyman, Edward, 1648, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 28 Aug.

Palmer, Mr. Vide Privileges.
-, John. Vide Minterne, Henry.
-, Sir Roger, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 15 Jan.

Pamphlets, 1646, a Committee to inquire out the Authors, Printers, and Publishers, of Pamphlets intituled, " London's "Accompts."" The Oppressed Man's Oppression declared." " Bellum Hibernicale."" No Merline no Mercurie," with Power to commit; further Power to suppress and prevent publishing these and the like scandalous Pamphlets; and to prevent publishing in the Streets, by Ballad-fingers, scandalous Ballads, and punish the Offenders, 3 Feb. Impowered to meet when and where they please, A Committee to inquire out the Authors, &c. of Pamphlets, intituled, " The Outcries of oppressed Commons"" The Scots Apostacy," with Power to send for and examine them, 9 Mar.
-, 1647, Serjeant to have Warrant for apprehending the Publishers of a Pamphlet, intituled, " A Warning for all Counties of England to awake speedily out of their Dreams, &c." Members to assist him and the Committee for finding out the Authors, &c. Committee impowered to commit, 25 Mar. A Committee to find out the Authors, &c. of Pamphlets, intituled, "A New-found Stratagem framed in the old Forge of Machiavelism, &c."" An Apology of the Soldiery to the Commission Officers," and how and to what Ends they were sent down to the ArmyA Committee to consider who was the Printer and Publisher of a Paper, intituled, "A Recantation of Judge Jenkins, 23 Apr.Pamphlet intituled," A True Narrative concerning the Army's Preservation of the King's Majesty's Person," referred to the Committee of Complaints, to send for the Prisoner, and examine the Business, 26 June A Committee to prepare Ordinance for inhibiting the printing and publishing all Libels, &c. and Proceedings of Parliament, 3 Sept. Ordinance read twice, and committed. Reported, and re-committed, with Lord General's Letter concerning that Business; Committees added, 17. Ordinance reported, and passed. Returned from Lords, with Amendments; Amendments agreed to, Debate of the Information concerning printing a Pamphlet, intituled, "Propositions delivered by the Lords, at a Conference with the House of Commons, for a personal Treaty with the King, &c. " to be taken up, 27 Nov.The Committee for Printing to send for the Printer of Scots Paper intituled, " An Answer to the New Propositions," and to know by what Authority they printed themSame Committee to examine by what Authority a Book, intituled, " His Majesty's Declaration," was licensed, 21 Dec.The Committee of Complaints to inquire out the Authors and Printers of two scandalous Pamphlets, intituled," The People and Soldiers Observations on the Scots Message to the Parliament concerning the King, 5 Nov. 1647" " The humble Petition of Agnes Corbett, a most distressed Widow from Ireland," Pamphlet, intituled," A Treatise of Magistracy," delivered to Members at the Door, referred to the Committee for printing unlicensed Pamphlets; the Committee of the Revenue to pay them 30. to be distributed amongst Persons employed therein, 6 Jan. Order for prosecuting the Printer and Publisher, 11A Committee to prepare more effectual Ordinance for suppressing the Printing and publishing scandalous and libellous Pamphlets, 8 Jan.The Committee of Complaints to inquire after the Printers, &c. of a Pamphlet, intituled, " A Solemn Protestation of the Freeborn People of England," and to examine into the Affront done to an Officer who pulled it down from a Post, Order for 100. to the Discoverer of vile, scandalous Pamphlets, 19 Feb.To be printedPamphlets to be burnt by the common Hangman.
-, 1648, The Committee for suppressing Libels to inquire out the Printers, &c. of a Paper intituled, " A Motive to all loyal Subjects to endeavour the Preservation of his Majesty's Royal Person"Of a Paper subscribed by Samuel Wickham; Committees added; Members who have Cause to complain may attend them, 27 JunePrinter apprehended for publishing a Pamphlet touching Victories at Sea, &c. referred to the Committee for suppressing Libels, 31 Aug.

Papilion, Mr. 1647, Serjeant to apprehend and commit him to Newgate in order to take his Tryal, 2 Feb.

Papists. Vide Delinquents1647, Case of those in Oxon, upon the Surrender thereof, reported; Previous Question for admitting them to their Compositions according to the Articles, Affirmative, 16 Mar.

Parke, Reuben, 1648, Ordinance for allowing him 200. upon his Account in the Exchequer, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 31 July.

Parker, George, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 23 Sept.
-, Dr. William, 1647, Petition read; Order for bestowing upon him a Register's Place, 8 Mar.
-, William, 1647, Ordinance for vacating his Presentation to the Vicarage of Wrotham, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 24 Mar.

Parliament, 1646, no Member, of either House, to have any Sequestrations, by Grant or Lease; Lords Concurrence to be desiredResolution that all who raise Forces against the Parliament, or either House, shall die without Mercy, and their Estates be confiscated, 8 Dec.
-, 1647, a Committee to withdraw and examine an Information concerning some Design against the Parliament, 13 Apr.Ordinance for Indemnity of Persons that have acted by Authority of Parliament, to be read, 30 Apr.6 May. Read twice and committed; all that come to have Voices. Ordinance reported; committees of both Houses named; Number of them; Quorum appointed; Ordinance passed. Agreed to by LordsOrder for printing it, Proviso for indemnifying well-affected Persons from Bonds extorted from them, read; Ordinance for that Purpose, ordered, 14 MayRead, 28 JuneOrder for Second Reading, 1 JulyOrdinance from Lords for suppressing Tumults about the Houses, read, 7 June. They put House in mind thereof.The Committee of the Militia to be desired to send a Regiment of Soldiers to guard the Houses, 7 & 10To send a strong GuardTo send Two full Companies of Trained Bands, Members to require Two Captains to bring in a good strong Guard, and the Captain of the Guards to prevent the Access of tumultuous Assemblies to any of the Avenues; Order for bringing Halberts, &c. into the outer Room; Members to be sent to require them to disperse, 14 JuneLord Mayor and Militia to be desired to send Four full Companies of Trained Bands, Time appointed for their comingA Committee to withdraw and prepare Ordinance impowering them to apprehend such as make any Disturbance, 8 JulyLord Mayor and Militia to be desired to send a sufficient Guard of Horse and Foot from Day to Day, Serjeant sent to command Persons assembled in a tumultuous Manner to disperse Order for setting 100 Halberts within the HouseFor preventing future Tumults; Captain of the Guard called in and acquainted therewithColonel Webbe to attend daily for seeing the Guard placed, 20Order for additional Company and Troop, 23Violences offered to both Houses. Vide PrivilegesOrder for Thanksgiving for restoring the Freedom of Parliament. Vide ThanksgivingOrdinance from Lords for making void all Acts done since the Violence, read; Question for Second Reading, Neg. Day appointed for it, 6 Aug. Ordinance committed; Report of Resolutions, that there was a visible, insolent, and actual Force upon both Houses, on Monday the 26th of July lastThat all Acts and Votes done and passed during that Force and Violence be declared void; Question for preparing a Declaration pursuant thereto, Neg. Ordinance concerning the Repealing all Votes, Orders, and Ordinances, passed since the Force on 26 Julii, 1647, till 6 Augusti, read twice, and committed. Reported, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 13Conference desired by Lords concerning Votes sent down by them touching the Violence, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reportedOrdinance delivered thereat, for declaring void all Ordinances, &c. passed during the Violence, read twice, and committed. Reported; Question for passing, Neg. Order for the Guards to keep the Passages clear of troublesome People; Declaration that House will satisfy their just Demands; General to be desired it may be put in ExecutionA Committee of both Houses to consider of some way for Security of the Parliament when the Army shall be drawn off, Expensive Attendance of the Guards referred to the Committee of the Army, 5 Nov. Ordinance from Lords for Safety and secure sitting of Parliament, read, and agreed to, Bill for justifying the Proceedings of Parliament, and declaring all Oaths, Declarations and other Proceedings against it, void, read; previous Question for Second Reading next Day, Affirmative, 1 Dec. Bill read; Question for Commitment, Neg. Order for Ingrossment. Bill passed. Agreed to by Lords, Bill for impowering both Houses to adjourn as they shall think fit, read; previous Question for Second Reading next Day, Affirmative, 1 Dec. Bill read; Question for Commitment, Neg. Order for Ingrossment. Bill passed. Agreed to by Lords,Speaker's Information referred to a Committee, with Power to double the Guards, 13 Dec. Order for Twenty Halberts for them, 16For a Gratuity to Persons employed in the Discovery of Matters prejudicial to the Parliament,General to be desired to send 2,000 Horse and Foot for Safety of the Parliament, to be quartered at Whitehall and the Meuse; the Committee of the Army to acquaint him therewith, and take Care they be no Burden to the InhabitantsOrder for making those Places convenient for themFor providing Bedding, &c.Colonel Baxter to attend with 500 Men, 14 Jan. Order for quartering them in Whitehall,For Money for Bedding, &c. for them, 17For the Colonel, or some Officer of Quality under him, to attend during the sitting of the Houses, For Shoes and Stockings for the Foot,For borrowing the Duke of Richmond's Stables for quartering Part of the Horse, 1 Feb.Question for selling the Guard-coats at Whitehall, to provide Necessaries for the Soldiers there and in the Meuse, Neg.Order for Sale of the superstitious and idolatrous Pictures for that Purpose,For Sale of the Guard-coats.
-, 1648, Order for bestowing 1,000 . upon the Guard; Ordinance for that Purpose ordered, with special Clause that it shall not be drawn into Precedent, 13 Apr. Ordinance read, and passed; agreed to by LordsThe Committee at Derby House to consider how to defend them from the Danger of any sudden Tumult, 14Commanders in Chief to have the Use of several Barges, A Committee to prepare Declaration to be sent to Ministers within the Lines to seek God for a Blessing upon the Consultations and Proceedings of Parliament; Declaration reported, read, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence signified; Lord Mayor to send it, 25General's Letter read; Order for Letter to desire him to revoke his Order for recalling the Parliament's GuardsColonels required to forbear removing them till further Orders from himLetter to be communicated to the Common Council, 2 MayAnother Letter from him concerning the Removal of them, read. Order for Letter to him to desire they may not be removed, 12Another read; the Colonel of the Horse to bring back his Regiment; General to be acquainted with the Reasons thereofMajor General Skippon to be desired to promote a good Understanding between his Forces and the Parliament's Guards,Order for pressing Teams to bring Hay for the Horse,Order for keeping the Horse together, dischargedThe Forces from the Tower to be joined to the Guards,The Committee at Derby House to dispose of themTo acquaint them General has ordered them to stay somewhere about London,Order for restraining the Forces at the Meuse, Whitehall, and the Tower, to continue here for Safety of the Parliament, taken off; the Committee at Derby House to employ them for suppressing Insurrections in Kent. Report; the Militia and Major-General Skippon to be desired to send a Regiment of Foot; Colonel Rosseter to inlist Sixty Horse for a present Guard; the Committee at Derby House to confer with him thereupon,The Colonel to thank Gentlemen that voluntarily offered themselves to be a Guard this DayThe Committee of the Militia impowered to send, from time to time, what Guard they shall think fit, or receive Order for. Lords Concurrence signified,Colonel Rosseter to be desired to get together 120 Men for a Guard for this Night The Committee of the Army to consider what Money is fit to be advanced to them, 3 JuneColonel Rosseter to appoint a Commander in his stead. Establishment and Charge of raising his Horse, reported; Order for 872. for raising them Mr. Pepys's Legacy to Speaker to be employed towards making up Three Months Pay. Person appointed to receive it,Report touching speedy raising a Regiment of Horse, to be a Guard to the Parliament, and Money for them; Order for 5,000. for raising and paying them, to serve under Major-general SkipponThe Committee at Derby House to grant him a CommissionMajor-general to grant Commissions to inferior Officers; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 3 July Declaration that it will be an acceptable Service to inlist under him; Power given him to lead them to any Parts, and kill and slay all that oppose the Parliament. Lords Concurrence to be desired,Members to subscribe what Horses and Arms they will presently raise and pay. Persons appointed to raise their SubscriptionsPart of the Horse to be quartered in the Meuse. House approves of Major-general Skippon's Proceedings in raising MenThe Committee of the Militia to assist him; Lords Concurrence to be desired. Orders to be printed,Order for Monies for the Guard out of a Delinquent's Estate, 4 & 16 Aug.Consideration of appointing Firelocks to be added, referred to the Committee at Derby House,Votes of 20th May 1642, recited; Declaration that it appears that divers who have assisted the King in the late War endeavour to levy a new War against the ParliamentThat they are Traytors by the fundamental Laws of the Land, and have been so adjudged by two Acts of Parliament, 20 JuneMessage from Lords desiring to communicate something at next Conference concerning Obstructions of the Business of both Houses; Question for agreeing thereto, Neg. Message to them thereupon, 11 Aug.

Parsons, Sir William, and others, 1647, Petition reported, and read; Order for paying them Monies due for their Services in Ireland, 14 Dec.
-, Captain William, 1647, Certificate of his Accounts to be read, 14 May.
-, 1648, Report concerning him; Order for paying him 2,205. 12s. 6d. with Interest, for his good Services; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 31 July.

Partis, Joan, 1648, her Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning her Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 27 June.

Paston, Clement, 1647, Petition read, and referred to the Committee at Goldsmiths Hall, 15 Mar.

Patent, 1647, for sole making and vending Alum, voted illegal and void; Order for calling in and concelling it, 16 Mar.

Patherin, Mrs. 1647, Petition to be read, 23 Sept.

Pattenson, Mary, 1647, Order for bestowing 200. upon her; agreed to by Lords, 28 May.

Paul, Mr. Vide Berkley.

Pauls, St. 1646, Ordinance from Lords concerning the Scaffold about it, reported, and passed, 3 Mar.

Pawlett, Lord Edward, 1646, Lords put House in mind of his Petition, 7 Dec.18 Jan.
-, 1647, Report concerning him to be madeOrder for his settling 100 . per Annum for ever upon Lyme, 9 Nov.
-, 1648, Order for Payment of his Rents for the Use of the State, returned from Lords, with AmendmentsPetition of Joan Illery to the Judges of Assize, read; Lord Pawlett to be referred to a Tryal at LawOrder for bestowing 100. upon her, 4 Apr.his Petition from Lords for Ten Days Liberty of Residence in London, 22 June. Agreed to,Order and Papers from Lords concerning him, read; previous Question for agreeing thereto, Affirmative; main Question, Neg. 26 Aug.
-, Sir John, 1647, Report concerning him to be made; Order for him to settle 200. per Annum for ever upon Lyme, 9 Nov.
-, Amos, 1648, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 22 Apr.

Payler, George, 1648, Ordinance from Lords for him and other Officers of the Ordnance, 7 July. Vide Ordnance.

Peacock, James, 1647, appointed Captain of a Ship, 27 Sept. 17 Mar.

Peaker, Tobias, 1646, Major-general's Letter, and his Examination, read, and to be communicated to Lords, with Desire they may be communicated to Scots Commissioners; Lords Concurrence signified, 11 Jan.A Committee to examine him,Message from Lords desiring he may be brought to their Committees; agreed to, 13 Feb.

Pearce, John, 1647, appointed Captain of a Ship, 17 Mar.

Pechell, Mr. 1648, Petition referred to the Committee for Irish Affairs, 3 Apr.

Peck, Honourable Henry, 1646, Petition referred to the Committee at Haberdashers Hall, 29 Dec.Order for making Report, 12 Jan.1 Feb.
-, 1647, like Orders, 21 & 27 Apr.State of the Matter of Fact, reported, and readBusiness referred to the Committee of the Revenue, 5 MayPrevions Question that there is due to him out of the Iron-works, 4,281. 18s. 4d. Affirmative; Order for paying him; Lords Concurrence to be desired,A Committee to consider his Damages, 8 Mar.
-, 1648, Report re-committed; Committees added, 12 Apr.

Peers, 1647, Bill concerning Peers lately made, and to be made, read; previous Question for Second Reading next Day, Affirmative, 1 Dec. Bill committed. Reported and passed. Agreed to by Lords.

Peirson, Richard, 1647, Pardon to be prepared for him, 2 Oct.
-, Henry, 1647, the Committees of Complaints and Indemnity to forbear proceeding against him till further Order, 14 Mar.

Peisley, Edward, junior, 1647, Resolution for indicting him of High Treason; Clerk of the Crown to prepare the Indictment; Managers and Sollicitor appointed; Order for taking him into Custody, 25 Sept.

Pelham, Edward, 1646, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 14 Jan.
-, Henry, 1647, chosen Speaker, 30 July. Vide Speaker.
-, Peregrine, 1647, Petition read; Order for paying a Debt to him, with Interest, 26 Aug.

Pembroke County, 1646, Order appointing High Sheriff, and for a Commission to him; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 6 Feb.
-, 1647, like Order, 17 Nov. Agreed to by Lords.
-, 1648, Member sent down to settle the Peace of the County; the Committee at Derby House to prepare Instructions for him, 28 Mar.
-, Town, 1646, Order for the Town and Castle to be garisoned with 150 Men, 3 Mar.
-, 1647, Order for continuing the Governor,Letter to him to deliver up the Castle, ordered, 3 Feb.Committees Letter that he held out contrary to the Order; General to send sufficient Force to reduce the CastleLetter to be communicated to LordsOrdinance for removing him from being Mayor, ordered, 21 Mar.
-, 1648, Letter concerning a Defeat of the Parliament's Forces, read,Articles of Surrender of the Castle, read; Messenger affirms the Truth thereof; Order for a Reward to him; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 17 JulyFor trythe Prisoners by martial Law, 14 Aug.
-, Earl of, 1647, to have Pass for transporting Two Horses and a Groom, 29 JuneOrdinance from Lords for restoring him to the Chancellorship of Oxon, read twice, and committed, 20 JulyReported, and passed, with Amendments; Amendments agreed to by Lords, 3 Aug.Business concerning him to be reported, 8 Sept.Report from Lords declaring him Chancellor, agreed to, 22 Jan.
-, 1648, Order appointing him Constable of Windsor Castle, 27 July.
-, College, Oxon, 1647, Ordinance from Lords appointing a Master, 18 Aug. Read, and passed.

Pendennis, 1646, Report concerning the Castle to be made, 8 Dec.State of Sir Peter Killegrew's Interest therein, reported; Order for paying him 2,000. in Satisfaction of his Losses and Services,For continuing 250 Foot in the Town, 23 Feb.Governor of the Castle appointed, 12 Mar.
-, 1647, Order for sending down Powder and Match, 22 June.
-, 1648, Order for disbanding the Forces, 4 Apr.For delivering up the Castle to Sir Hardres Waller; Agreed to by LordsFor Indemnity of the Captain and Soldiers therein, 17.

Pendleton, Henry, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 18 Mar.

Penn, Captain William, 1647, appointed Captain of a Ship, 17 Mar.
-, 1648, Order for bringing him up in safe Custody, staying the Ship, and seizing the GoodsThe Committee of the Admiralty to nominate another Commander, 14 Apr.

Pennington, Alderman Isaac, 1647, Certificate concerning his Losses, read; Order for discharging him from a Debt due to Sir John Pennington, in Part of Satisfaction thereof; Ordinance for that Purpose ordered, 4 May. Agreed to by Lords.

Pennoyer, William, 1646. Vide PrivilegesParticular of the Earl of Worcester's Lands for satisfying his Debts, communicated by Lords, 12 Dec. Vide Worcester, Earl of.

Penny, Giles, 1647, Ordinance from Lords for taking off his Sequestration, 26 Aug. They put House in mind thereof; his Petition and Ordinance, read; nothing done thereupon, 28 Oct.His Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desiredOrder for remitting his Fine in Satisfaction of his Arrears, 4 Jan.

Penrose, Francis, 1647, appointed Captain of a Ship, 28 Oct. 17 Mar.

Penruddock, George, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 31 Dec.

Penryn, 1647, new Writ, 11 May.

Penyman, Sir William, 1647, Order for demolishing his Monument erected in Christ-church Oxon, 15 Apr.

Percivall, Sir Philip, 1647, Information concerning his being in Arms against the Parliament, referred to a Committee, 2 JuneCase touching his Election, and the Point of being disabled to fit, referred to another Committee, 15 July The Committee of Accounts to receive, state, and certify his Accounts, 13 Nov.
-, Lady Catherine, 1647, Petition read; Order for paying her 200. in Part of her Husband's Arrears, 13 Nov.

Perkins, William, 1648, Order for paying him 200. 19 June. Agreed to by Lords.

Perne, Mr. 1647, desired to preach, 11 Aug. Excused.

Perry, Lieutenant Colonel, 1646, previous Question for appointing him Governor of Taunton Castle, Affirmative, 17 Mar.

Peterborough, Earl of. Vide Holland, Earl of.

Peters, Mr. 1646, Copy of intercepted Letter taken with him and Lieutenant Colonel Wharton at Anglesea, read; Colonel Mitton and others to examine them upon Oath, and send them up with their Examinations, 21 Jan.A Committee to examine them as they shall see CauseOrder for 100. to the Messenger that brought them up, 2 Mar. Agreed to by Lords.

Petersfield, 1647, new Writ, 14 Mar.

Petie, Widow, 1646, to be added to the List of Widows, 9 Dec.

Petitions, 1646, to be numbered, and read according to their Number, 9 Jan.
-, 1647, a Committee to consider of those offered, and figure and present them as they are figured, 8 Mar.Petitions presented; Order for receiving them.
-, 1648, a Committee to prepare Ordinance for preventing tumultuary Petitionings; Ordinance read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 20 May. Ordinance to be printed and dispersed.

Petre, Lord, 1647, Order from Lords to dispense with his Stay in Town, 21 Dec.His Petition from them, with special Recommendation, and Order thereupon, 3 Feb.

Pett, Phineas, 1647, appointed Captain of a Ship, 27 Sept.
-, Peter, 1647, Ordinance from Lords, constituting him Commissioner of the Navy, read, and passed, 8 Oct.
-, 1648, to be thanked for his Care of Chatham-yard during the late Insurrection in Kent, 19 June.

Petty, William, 1647, Ordinance from Lords for granting him the Benefit of an Invention for double and multiple Writing, for Fourteen Years, read, and passed, 6 Mar.

Peyton, Sir Thomas, 1648, Letter touching the Surprise of him, read; Order for a Letter of ThanksFor his Commitment to Windsor Castle for High TreasonFor a Reward to the Messenger that brought him up; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 10 JuneFor exchanging him for Mrs. Smith, 12 Aug.

Phelips, Sir James, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 13 July.
-, Edward, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 18 Dec.

Philip, Prince, 1648, Vice-admiral's Letter, with his to the Prince Elector inclosed, read; Vice-admiral to be desired to suffer him to visit his Brother; his Letter to be delivered to his Brother, 25 Apr.Prince Elector's Letter, read; Lords Order for Prince Philip to transport 1,000 Men upon the Conditions and Securities offered, agreed to, 18 MayPass for him to transport Twelve Horses, Custom and Impost free, 7 June.

Philpot, Susan, 1646, Order for taking off her Sequestration, 27. Feb.

Phips, Mr. 1646, Ordinance for paying him 500. out of the Earl of Worcester's Estate, ordered, 15 Dec.
-, 1647, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 7 May.
-, Lieutenant Colonel Robert, 1648, his Petition recommended by Lords, 27 June.

Pickering, James, and others, 1647, Petition referred to the Committee upon the Ordinance concerning the Jurisdiction of the Admiralty, 20 Mar.

Pickford, Thomas, 1648, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 30 Mar.

Pierce, Richard, 1647, Petition, and Certificate annexed, referred to One Member, 2 June.
-, Thomas, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 20 May.
-, John, 1647, appointed Captain of a Ship, 27 Sept.
-, John, of Westbury, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 23 Dec.

Pierrepoint, Francis, 1646, Order for Repayment of 300. advanced by him, 15 Dec.The Committee of Accounts to state his Accounts, 6 Jan.
-, William, 1646, Petition; Order for bestowing the Earl of Kingston's Fine upon him, 22 Mar. Agreed to by Lords, 23.

Pigott, Lady Susanna, 1647, Order for paying her 20. in Part of her Husband's Arrears, 14 Sept.
-, Martha, 1647, her Petition from Lords, read, and referred to the Committee for Irish Affairs, 30 Oct.Lords put House in mind of another Petition; Order for reading it, 18 Jan.For paying her 200. in Part of her Husband's Arrears, 15 Feb.
-, 1648, for paying it by 5. per Week till the whole is paid, 1 Aug.
-, Thomas, 1647, his Petition from Lords, to be read, 18 Jan.
-, Colonel, 1648, to be sent for in safe Custody, at his own Charge, to answer Matters objected against him, 14 Apr. Business referred to the Committee at Derby House, with Power to discharge him, 9 June.
-, John, 1648, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 15 June.
-, Richard. Vide Baker, William.

Pilgrim, Captain John, appointed Commander of a Ship, 26 Feb. 164627 Sept.17 Mar. 1647.

Pinade, Elizabeth, 1647, Order for paying her 100. in Part of her Husband's ArrearsFor paying her 5s. per Week for Support of herself and Children, 9 Sept.

Pingridge, Henry, 1647. Vide Privileges.

Pinkney, Elizabeth, 1646, to be added to the List of poor Widows, 9 Dec.
-, 1647, her Petition referred to the Committee of Petitions, 3 Aug.Order for paying her 60. in full of all Demands, 4 Oct.

Piracy, 1647, Order from Lords for a Commission of Oyer and Terminer to try Piracy-causes, agreed to, 21 Dec.

Pitson, Major, 1648, Petition referred to the Committee for Irish Affairs, 3 Apr.

Pitsonne, Captain James, 1648, Petition read; Order for paying him 450. 2s. 10d.; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 25 Aug.

Pix-money, 1646, Ordinance from Lords concerning it, to be read, 1 Feb. Read, and passed, with an AmendmentOrder for trying it.

Plague, 1647, Order from Lords, for shutting up insected Houses, agreed to, 16 July.

Plantations, foreign, 1647, the Committee for them revived; Order for their sitting, 13 MayOrder from Lords for settling the Quorum, agreed to, 25 Dec.Additional Committees, 14 Mar. Agreed to by Lords.

Plaxtoll, 1647, Ordinance from Lords for making it a distinct Parish, read twice, and committed, 31 Jan.

Playford, Captain Samuel, 1647, Certificate of his Accounts to be read, 14 MayOrder for paying him 300 . upon Account; Lords Concurrence to be desired.
-, 1648, his Petition referred to the Committee for Irish Affairs, 3 Apr.

Plays. Vide Stage-plays.

Plunkett, Captain, 1647, his Petition, and Ordinance for repaying him Monies, to be read, 7 & 14 MayOrdinance read, and passed, 14 Aug. Agreed to by Lords, Report concerning Commodities furnished by him for the Forces in Dublin; Order for paying him 1,000. with Interest; Ordinance for that Purpose ordered, 14 Aug.His Petition referred to the Committee of the Navy, 3 Nov.Committee to discharge a Suit commenced against him.

Plymouth, 1646, House put Lords in mind of an Order for determining the Plymouth-duty, 7 Dec.Order for continuing the Garison with 150 Men, 25 Feb.For appointing a Governor, his Remonstrance referred to the Committee of the West, 13 Mar.
-, 1647, Order for sending down Powder and Match, 12 JunePetition, and Letter from the Mayor, & c. to be read, 2 July. Read; Order for stating and auditing their AccountsFor Repayment of Money advanced out of the Poors Stock, House to consider the Garison, Letter to be sent to them to communicate the explanatory Vote touching the General's Power over the Land Forces, and to assure them the Houses will settle an Establishment for their Pay, 31 JuneLetter read, and agreed to; Speaker to sign itPetition of Officers of the Garison, readOrder for paying them 4,000. out of the 60,000. per Mensem, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 3 Aug. Governor's Letter, concerning the pressing Necessities of the Garison, read; Order for paying them 8,000. towards the Discharge of their Arrears; Ordinance for that Purpose orderedTwo Committees to confer with the General about lessening the Garison, and disposing of the Soldiers, Ordinance for 8,000. for them, read, and passed; agreed to by Lords, General's Letter, concerning their Necessities; the Committee of the West to consider how the Monies may be raised for them, with Power to treat with Persons upon the Credit of the 60,000. per Mensem, 1 Sept. Governor's Letter, concerning Distempers amongst the Soldiery, referred to the Committee of the Army; Committee to prepare Answer, 25 Oct.Another from him concerning the Surprise of a French Ship, read, and referred to the Committees of foreign Affairs, and of the Admiralty, 1 Nov. Governor's Letters, expressing the irresistible Necessities of the Garison, and Petition of the distressed Inhabitants, read Order for 10,000. for reducing and paying them; a Committee to prepare Ordinance for that Purpose; Letters and Petition referred; Governor and Mayor to be acquainted by Letter what House has done, Governor's Letter referred to the Committee at Derby House; Gentlemen of Plymouth to meet them, 24 Jan.Another from him, representing to what Height of mutinous Carriage the Soldiers Necessities have brought them, read; Order for advancing additional 6,000.The Committee to treat with the Treasurers at War about advancing it, with Power to propound what Security they think fitSame Committee to take Course for demolishing the Works, disposing of the Materials, and restoring the Ordnance to Places where they belong, and to reconcile Differences upon disbanding, 18 Feb. Order for their meeting with the Treasurers.
-, 1648, Order for sending down Guns and Gunners Stores to the Forts and IslandFor repairing and fortifying the Forts, Castle, and Island; Governor of the Castle appointed, with Power to put in 100 MenOrder touching his PayFor bestowing 100. upon him to buy HorsesTouching putting in Suit Bonds formerly entered into for the Payment of One per Cent, assigned to the Garison, 20 June Governor's Petition reported, and read; Order for paying him 500. to enable him to repair to his ChargeFor paying him 500. for victualling the Forts and Island, and repairing the WorksFor an Allowance, according to the Establishment, to the Chaplain and SurgeonPetition of Inhabitants; the Committee of the West to consider how 60. per Week may be provided, towards paying them for the time they did Duty upon the Coast of Wales, 1 JulyThe Committee at Derby House to take care of securing the Town, Extract of a Letter from thence; Examination of several Matters mentioned therein, referred to the Committee of the West, 1 Aug.A Committee to consider the Business touching the 6,000. formerly assigned to the Garison, Petition of Mayor, & c. read, and approvedOrder for printing the Part that concerns the GeneralFor a Letter of Thanks The Committee of the West to consider how the 6,000. owing to them from the late Garison may be paid, and how the 60. per Week for the Poor may be made good.

Pollord, Sir Hugh, 1646. Vide Privileges.

Poltimore, 1648, Ordinance from Lords, for uniting it with the Parish of Hokisham, read, and passed, 18 May.

Ponsonby, Colonel, 1647, his Proposition for raising 700 Horse for the Irish Service, reported, read, and approved; Order for Commissions to his Officers, agreed to by Lords, 15 June For Two Months Pay upon Security to transport them, 13 July. Amended, Letters concerning his Regiment, referred to the Committee for Irish Affairs, 18 Aug. Order for speedy sending them over, 18 Sept.
-, Frances, 1647, Petition to be read, 3 JulyOrder for paying her Part of her Husband's Arrears, 21 Aug. Agreed to by Lords.

Pontefract, 1646, Examination of Persons sent up as having a Hand in betraying the Castle, referred to the Northern Committee, 12 Jan. One to be discharged; Order for a Reward to the Deputy Serjeant, Previous Question for continuing the Garison, Affirmative; main Question, Neg. Previous Question for demolishing the Castle, Neg.Order for making it untenable, 26 Feb.
-, Ordinance from Lords for re-edifying the Church, 6 Mar.
-, 1648, Letter touching the betraying it; the Committee at Derby House to consider what Forces may be sent from Wales into the North, 6 June;Another Letter read; Order for them to take speedy Consideration thereof.

Poole, 1646, Order for continuing the Garison with 100 Men, 26 Feb.Governor appointed, 13 Mar.
-, 1648, a Committee to treat with the Impropriator about a competent Maintenance for a preaching Minister, out of the Impropriation, 21 JuneOrdinance for settling the Militia, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 24 JulyLetter from thence, read, and referred to the Committee at Derby House; Gentlemen of the County to consider with them of a Course for supplying the Garison Lord Admiral's Letter concerning them, with Examinations of several Persons, read, and referred to the Committee of the Navy, 12 Aug.

Pooley, Edmund, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 7 Jan.
-, Mr. 1648, a Committee to state the Matter of Fact concerning Informations against him, 21 July.

Poor, 1646, Ordinance for their Relief and Employment, and for the punishing Vagrants, to be read, 4 & 15 Mar.
-, 1647, Ordinance for setting them on Work, to be read, 4 & 26 May13 July21 Aug.Order for 1,000. for Relief of such as the Parliament shall think fit, agreed to by Lords, 6 MayOrdinance for Relief and Employment of them, and for punishing Vagrants, read, 29 Sept. Another from Lords to the same Purport, 17 Nov. Readf. Order for Second Reading. Committed, Lords put House in mind thereof; Ordinance reported; Proviso read, nothing done thereupon; Ordinance passed, with Amendments, 16 Dec.Ordinance for 900. to the Poor, read, and passed, 3 Nov. Returned from Lords, with Amendments; Amendments agreed to.

Pope, Sir Thomas, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 21 Sept.

Popham, Colonel Edward, 1647, appointed Commander of Ship, 17 Mar.
-, 1648, the Committee of the Admiralty to send to him, and receive his Answer, touching the Command, 19 Apr. Order for paying him the Rents and Arrears of Rents of Lands settled upon himFor desiring him to go into Somersetshire, for Preservation of the Peace of the CountyFor impowering him to raise a Troop of Horse for suppressing tumultuous Meetings, 23 May.

Porter, Mrs. 1647, Warrant to her to stay in Town, recalled, 17 Jan.
-, Endymion, 1647, his Petition from Lords desiring to be admitted to his Composition, 1 Mar.

Portland; 1646, Orders concerning the Articles of Surrender of the Castle, and Petition complaining of the Breach thereof, read; Resolutions for confirming themFor taking off the Sequestrations of all Persons comprised thereinDeclaration that no Person is barred from bringing an Action for any private Injury done since the WarOrder for a Reward for the Porter; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 20 JanFor continuing the Garison with 300 Men, 26 Feb.For appointing a Governor, 13 Mar.
-, 1648, Order for putting in another Company, if that in the Garison be drawn awayThe Committee of Dorsetshire to take care of the Garison, 1 Aug.
-, Earl of, 1647, his Petition, with Lords Sense thereupon, read; previous Question for taking off his Sequestration, Affirmative; Ordinance for that Purpose ordered, 14 Sept.

Portman, Sir William, an Infant, 1648, his Mother's Petition on his behalf, read; the Committee at Goldsmiths Hall to compound with her at a Tenth, 10 June.

Portnell, Thomas. Vide Minterne, Henry.

Portsmouth, 1646, Condition of the Garison to be reported, 16 Jan. Reported; Order for paying 2,000. in Part of their ArrearsFor sending an Engineer to view the Works, and for an Estimate of the Charge of ReparationsFor a weekly Allowance of 166. for Three Months for the Garison and Hurst Castle; Lords Concurrence to be desired, Garison to be continued with the Number of Men as are now established, 2 Mar.Governor appointed.
-, 1647, Order for sending down Arms and Ammunition, 22 JuneGeneral's Letter, concerning the Necessities of the Garison, read; Order thereupon, 20 Sept. Vide GarisonsOrder for paying them 1,500. in Part of their Arrears, 4 Oct.Ordinance for securing and advancing 18,000. to them, upon the Credit of the Assessments of 60,000. per Mensem; for paying their Arrears, and disbanding them, read, and passed; agreed to by Lords, 10 Dec.Petition of the Garison, read; Order for furnishing them with Ammunition, and paying their Arrears, 12 Jan. Another Petition recommended by Lords, 3 Feb.
-, 1648, Condition of the Castle referred to the Committee of the Army, 1 JulyOrder for paying the Gunners and Soldiers, For paying them Monies charged upon the County, after the Isle of Wight is paidGovernor to withdraw his Order for PriorityOrder to be communicated to him, 15 Aug.

Portsoken Ward, 1647, Petition of Trained Bands, complaining that their Captain was removed by the new Militia, 22 July. Vide London.

Potter, Mr. 1646, Ordinance concerning him to be read, 9 Jan.
-, Daniel, 1647, Petition to be read, 22 Apr.Ordinance for paying him 1,750. with Interest, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 1 May.
-, Ambrose, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 17 Nov.
-, George, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 25 Dec.

Povey, Sir Edward, 1647, his Petition recommended by Lords, 29 Apr.Order for paying him 100. upon Account, 18 Dec. Agreed to by Lords.
-, 1648, another Petition read; Order for paying him 600. For paying him 5. per Week for Two Months for his present Subsistence in the mean time, 9 Aug.

Poulton, Captain Thomas, 1646, appointed Governor of Nottingham Castle, 17 Mar.

Poundage. Vide Supply.

Powell, Colonel Rice, 1647, to be continued Governor of Tenby, 25 Mar.
-, John, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 10 June.
-, George, 1647, Report concerning him; Order appointing him Comptroller of the Customs at Milford; Ordinance for that Purpose ordered, 8 Sept.Read, and passed, 20 Oct.Agreed to by Lords, 2 Nov.

Powle, John, 1647, Information signed by him, read, 3 June.

Poyer, Captain John, 1647, to be continued Governor of Pembroke, 25 Mar.Letter that he refused to deliver up the Castle, read; Ordinance for declaring him and his Adherents Rebels and Traitors, if they shall not, within Twelve Hours after Notice hereof, surrender it, ordered, 2 Mar. Read, and passed; agreed to by Lords.
-, 1648, Order for trying him by martial Law, 14 Aug.

Poynts, Colonel Sydenham, 1647, his Regiment of Horse to be kept up, 29 Mar.His Letter, and Order inclosed to forbid any Meeting of Soldiers at a Rendezvous without his Order, read, 21 June. Read again; previous Question for borrowing 10,000. towards the Pay of the Forces of the Northern Association, out of Weavers Hall, AffirmativeThe Committee of Sequestrations to make up what shall be wanting of the SumThe Colonel to give Orders for keeping quiet the Forces late under his Command; Lords Concurrence to be desired; Vote to be communicated to himOrder for Reward to the Messenger; Lords Concurrence to be desiredA Committee to prepare Answer to his Letter; Answer reported, read, and agreed toThese Forces to be paid upon their disbanding, or engaging for Ireland, as the rest of the Forces. Agreed to by Lords, His Letter, and other Papers, read, 3 JulyOther Letters from him, concerning Distempers in the Forces, read; Resolution thereuponLetters read again; Order for speedy sending down the 10,000.; Letter to acquaint him therewith, ordered, Letters from him and his Wife, touching the Manner of his Imprisonment by his own Soldiers, and their seizing his Goods, read; Copies thereof to be sent to General, with Directions for his DischargeTo Lord Mayor of York, to restore his Goods, Letters reported, read, and agreed to.
-, 1648, Ordinance for issuing 5,000. formerly appointed for his Officers, out of the Excise, read, and passed, 23 May. Agreed to by Lords.

Preachers, Lay. Vide Lay-preachers.

Preistley, John. Vide Newman, Edward.
-, Mr. 1647, Order for his Commitment to Newgate, 2 Feb.

Prerogative Court. Vide Wills, Probate of1647, Ordinance from Lords, appointing a Judge, read; nothing done thereupon, 13 Jan.

Prescott, Lieutenant. Vide Dymocke, Captain Humphrey.
-, Henry, 1648, his Letter referred to the Committee at Derby House, 30 June.

Prestbury, 1647, Petition of Inhabitants recommended by Lords, 23 Mar.

Preston, Mr. 1647, Order for sending his Cabinet over from Ireland, 18 Sept.For delivering it to the Committee of Letters and Papers, 4 Nov.

Price, Colonel Hugh, 1647, to be continued Governor of Redcastle, 25 Mar.
-, Captain, 1648, Order for paying his Arrears, for the Subsistence of his Widow and Children, 5 June.

Prichard, Colonel Edward, 1647, to be continued Governor of Cardiff, 25 Mar.

Prideaux, Dr. John, 1646, to be sent for in safe Custody, 7 Dec.To be bailed, and reside within Twenty Miles of LondonHis Books and MSS. to be delivered to him.
-, 1647, his Bail to be discharged, 20 Sept.
-, Sir Richard, 1646, General's Letter, recommending him to be admitted to moderate Rates in his Fine, 20 Feb.
-, Mr. 1646, Motion for his Stay in Newcastle, to exercise his Function; Ordinance for that Purpose ordered, 24 Feb.

Prince, Sir Richard, 1647, Information concerning his bearing Arms against the Parliament; Serjeant to give him Notice to attend, 2 JuneHis Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desiredOrder for reducing his Fine, 16 Sept.
-, Thomas, 1647. Vide PrivilegesOrder for paying him 1,175. 20 Sept.Order from Lords for paying him 280. 4 Oct. Agreed to.

Pringle, Mr. Vide Carran1647, his Petition from Lords, 15 Feb.

Prisoners, 1646, the Committee of Prisoners to consider what Prisoners are fit to have their Liberties, with Power to bail them, 25 Dec.Petition of several in the Tower, recommended by Lords, 6 Feb.Writs of Habeas Corpus for returning Prisoners of the House, to be considered, A Committee to consider the Business concerning the Form of returning them, and how they may be made liable to their just Debts, and yet remain Prisoners to the Parliament, 11 Mar.The Committee to consider the Condition of those whose Estates are sequestered, and of some sit Allowance for them out of their own Estates, 13 Feb.
-, 1647, Order for continuing to the Committee the Power of giving Passports to the Parliament's Soldiers desirous of serving foreign Princes, 4 MayThe Committee of Indemnity to discharge Persons under Restraint for any thing done in tempore & loco belli, in pursuance of any Ordinance, 15 JuneOrdinance for Relief of Prisoners in the Tower, to be read, Order from Lords for disposing of those at Plymouth and Portsmouth, 3 Sept.Business of Persons committed by Two Justices, referred to the Committee of Indemnity, with Power to release them, Order for removing several from the Tower to other Prisons, 1 Oct. Pardon granted to others, Power of bailing Prisoners, continued to the Committee, Order from Lords for pardoning several in Newgate, agreed toOrder for transporting them, 24 Jan.
-, 1648, the Committee for Safety of the Tower to consider where Prisoners removed from thence may be secured, 15 Apr. House approves of sending them to Windsor, Wallingford, and Warwick Castles, The Committee at Lincoln to examine concerning the Enlargement of Prisoners thereOrder for trying several taken in late Insurrections in their several Counties, 8 JulyThe Committee of the City Militia to examine Affronts given to Persons securing Prisoners and take care to punish them, The Committee of Prisoners to take care of disposing of them according to former Powers, and to require the Assistance of the several Counties through which they are to pass to the Water-side, when they are to be shippedThe Committee at Derby House to dispose of those taken at St. Neots, Order against bringing more to LondonThe Committee of Prisoners to dispose of them either by Transportation or otherwise, Report touching them; the Committee of Nottingham to remove them to other secure Places, A Committee to examine the Causes of the Escapes of several in and about London, and of such as have been taken from Serjeant, with Power to remand the latter; Serjeant to acquaint them who have been rescued and made their Escape, 9 Aug.

Privileges, 1646, Committees added; the Committee to sit every Monday, 16 Dec.
-, 1647, to sit, notwithstanding the Adjournment of House, 28 May.
-, 1646, Information that Sir David Watkins had spoken Words to the Prejudice of Sir John Evelyn, and the Scandal of the whole House; Mr. Pennoyer to be heard; Witnesses to be nominated by him to be summoned to attend; Sir David to be summoned to attend, 15 Dec. Sir David, and several Witnesses, examined; Mr. Pennoyer's Examination read to him; he owns it to be what he said; William Drake to be summoned to attend. Examined; Dr. Awdly examined; further Examination referred to a Committee, 17 Mr. Clive's Complaint; Hitchcott committed to the House of Correction; Matter referred to the Committee of Complaints, 5 Jan.Business concerning Privilege to Dr. Levett to prosecute his Cause before a Committee, to be considered, State of the Cases of several Members in tertio Car. Regis, touching their extaordinary Sufferings for their constant Affections to the Liberties of the Kingdom, formerly reported, read, with Votes of the House thereupon; several Warrants of the Privy Council, read; Order for 5,000. to Mr. Holles5,000. to Mr. John Selden5,000. to Sir Peter Hayman5,000. to Mr. Walter Long5,000. to Mr. Strode5,000. to Mr. Benjamin Valentine5,000. to Mr. John Hampden5,000. to Sir John Ellyott, to be disposed of by the House; the Committee to consider how the Money may be raised, Order for making Report, 1 Feb. Order for paying Mr. Seldon 2,500.Like Order for Mr. Valentine; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 11 May, 1647Mr. Seldon's Petition; Order for paying him the Remainder of the 5,000.For paying the Money to Mr. Hampden's Heirs, 11 Nov. 1647Petition of Cooper and Church concerning a Suit commenced against them and Committee-men; Order by which they act, read; Matter referred, to the Committee of ComplaintsOrder for Stay of Proceedings at Law, 3 Feb.Order for Stay of Proceedings in the King's Bench against Sir Hugh Pollard, the Business being under the Consideration of the House, Mr. Rigby's Complaint; Order for discharging his Servant. Sheriffs and Officers Petition, Carriage of several Persons towards a Committee, reported; Tew and Major Tullidagh ordered into Custody, 19 Mar.
-, 1647, Major's Petition read; Business referred to a CommitteeOrder for bailing him, and for his Attendance on them, 26 Mar.His Narrative of his Behaviour, 4 MayOrder for his Discharge, Petition of divers wellaffected Citizens, avowed, read, and voted a high Breach of PrivilegeInsolent, and seditiousOrder for burning it by the common HangmanA former Petition read again; Order for burning that; Time and Place appointed; Sheriffs to attendBrowne sent for in as a Delinquent, for contemptuous Language to a Member; examined thereupon; Order for his Commitment to Newgate; Sentence pronounced; Speaker's Speech to the Petitioners, Order for discharging a Person arrested upon his Return from a Committee, Privilege granted to Persons attending a Committee, 3 JuneA Committee to prepare Order concerning the Privilege of Members, Mr. Gourdon's Complaint referred to the Committee of Complaints, Order for discharging his Servant, 2 JulyGoodwyn's Petition reported, and voted scandalous; Petitioner strictly injoined to forbear coming to the Door upon his Peril, Order for his Commitment to Newgate, Violence offered to both Houses, 26 JulyA Committee to receive Informations, and examine who were Actors and Abettors thereof, 2 Aug.A Committee of both Houses to examine the Matter, and find out the Actors, & c. and to consider what is sit to be done for Vindication of the Parliament, and their future Security; additional Powers; Lords Concurrence to be desired, Ordinance from Lords appointing a Sub-committee, read, and passed. Clerk to deliver Papers to them. Report; several Petitions read; House approves of what the Committee has done in the Commitment of several Persons, Committees added, 1 Sept. Order for making further Report. Report concerning Mr. Bainton. Vide Bainton. Debate thereon resumed; several Members to attend on a Day appointed, Persons nominated by the Committee to be sent for from Ireland, Further Report to be made. Made; several Persons to be impeached of High Treason; further Consideration adjourned. Resumed; some to be impeached of High Crimes and Misdemeanors; others to be indicted for High TreasonLetters to be sent to the Committee of Kent and the Trinity House, re-committed, Preclamation for calling in divers Actors in the late Force, read, and agreed to A Committee to prepare Declaration for Stay of further Proceedings against the Actors, 1 Oct. Declaration read twice, and committed. Reported from Re-commitment; read, and to be considered, Member to acquaint the Committee with Informations he has received, and with the Informants, Mr. Knightley's Complaint; Captain Hare to be sent for as a Delinquent, 21 Aug. Order for his Discharge, A Committee Clerk ordered into Custody for refusing to obey an Order of a Sub-committee, and upon his Refusal to deliver Papers, Serjeant impowered to break open Locks, & c.; Sheriffs, and the Committee of the Militia, to assist himMr. Jenning's Complaint; Order for discharging his Servant, 21 Aug. Tomkyns's Letter to Mr. Palmer, with a forged Order of the House, read, and referred to the Committee of Complaints, 6 Sept.Order for Discharge of a Person arrested during his Attendance upon a Committee, 20 Oct.Papers subscribed by some of the Army, read, and voted destructive to the Being of Parliaments, and to the fundamental Laws of the Kingdom; a Committee to prepare Letter to General, to desire him to examine the Business; Vote to be inclosed, 9 Nov. Letter reported, read, and agreed to; Speaker to sign it, 10 Petition sent in a Letter to Speaker, and opened by a Committee, read twice, and voted a seditious and contemptuous Avowing of a former Petition; Prince and Chidley to be committed to the Gatehouse, Taylor and Larmer to Newgate, for avowing the former Petition, Privilege granted to Persons attending Committees, Sir Robert Ducie ordered into Custody, for violently resisting the Authority of Parliament, by Force of Arms, 27 Dec.Ordinance concerning Members laying down their Privilege, read; Question for Commitment, Neg. Ordinance passed, and to be printed; the Committee of Complaints to receive Complaints against Members that make Default therein; Ordinance for making Members of both Houses liable to Suits upon Debts, ordered, 4 Jan.Serjeant's Man committed to Newgate for delivering a Pamphlet to Members at the Door. Order for his Discharge, Order for making Report concerning Rigby, and for Stay of Proceedings at Law against him, Previous Question that Mr. Jennings shall shew Cause why he does not answer his Sister's Suit in Chancery, Neg. Day appointed for putting it in, 9 Feb. Order for doing it forthwith, Their Petition read; Mr. Jennings to give Account To-morrow why he has not put in his Answer, 14 Aug. 1648. Petition concerning him to be read; Order for his Attendance, A Committee to take Notice of an Affront done to the Parliament at the Chancery-bar, and consider of some exemplary Punishment, 16 Feb.Judge Jenkins fined 1,000. for refusing to receive Sentence at the Bar upon his Knees, Order prohibiting the printing of Passages in Parliament; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 13 Mar. House put them in mind thereof.
-, 1648, like MessageInformation of a Sermon preached at Gray's Inn, scandalous to the Parliament; Order for apprehending the Minister, or the Person who procured Leave for him to preach, 17 Apr.Mr. Charlton's Complaint referred to a Committee; Bancks and Hanmer ordered into Custody; Order for making Restitution of his Ward, 10 June. Report; Taunton, Rogers, and Battley ordered into CustodyA Committee to examine whether Gregory was an Actor in the forcible taking away the Ward, Bancks's Petition; Order for discharging him and the rest, 17 July Sir Henry Mildmay's Complaint; Serjeant to be sent to the Duke of Richmond to deliver up his Servant, 15 June. Matter referred to the Committee of Complaints, Elizabeth Willian's Petition read; Colonel Temple to be injoined to appear to several Actions of her and othersSir David Watkins has Leave to proceed according to Law against Sir Benjamin Rudyard and Mr. Popham; Order for them to appear to his ActionsSir Benjamin to appear to another Action, 27 July.

Privy Council, 1646, Ordinance from Lords for vacating the Patents of some of the Clerks, read twice, and committed, 10 Feb.

Proger, Charles, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 23 Sept.

Protestants, 1647, Moiety of the Collections next Fast-day to be bestowed upon the English and Irish Protestants about Barnstaple; Ordinance for that Purpose ordered, 5 May.

Proude, Catharine, 1647, Ordinance from Lords for naturalizing her, 3 Feb.They put House in mind thereof; Ordinance to be read, 4 Mar.

Providence, Isle of, 1647, Petition of Adventurers recommended by Lords, 12 JulyTo be read, 20 Oct.Read, and referred to the Committee of the Admiralty, 1 Nov.Ordinance from Lords concerning the Isle, readWhole Business touching it referred to the Committees of the Admiralty and for foreign Affairs, 17 Dec.
-, 1648, referred to the Committee for foreign Affairs; the Judge of the Admiralty to report to them, 13 June.

Puckering, Henry, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 13 July.

Pullein, William, 1646, his Petition referred to the Committee of the Navy, 28 Dec.
-, Thomas, 1648, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 28 Mar.

Pury, Thomas, 1646, Order for paying him 1,000. towards Satisfaction of his Losses, 2 Jan.

Pusey, Timothy, 1648, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 13 June.

Pye, Sir Robert, junior, 1646, Petition read; Order for paying him Monies arising from a Delinquent's Fine, towards Satisfaction of his Arrears, 2 Jan.Ordinance for Payment of a Debt to him out of the Earl of St. Alban's Estate, read, and passed; agreed to by Lords, 6 Feb.Certificate of his Accounts, read; Accounts allowed, 4 Mar.
-, 1647, Order for inrolling his and other Treasurers Accounts in the Exchequer, 4 JuneThanks to be given to him and his Officers for bringing of his TroopOrder for paying 200. for their Support, and Discharge of their QuartersA Committee to consult with him concerning quartering them, and give Order for their Quarter; Lords Concurrence to be desired, Order for mustering them, Letters complaining of Abuses by some of his Regiment, and desiring their Removal, read. Vide KentLeave given him to transport Two Horses into France, 16 July.
-, 1648, Order for restoring Horses taken from his Son, 5 JulyPetition of his Non-commission Officers and Soldiers read; the Committee of the Army to take care to pay their Arrears, 8 Aug.
-, Sir Edmund, 1647, Petition to be read, 21 Apr. his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 7 Jan.

Pym, Captain Charles, 1647, Certificate of his Accounts, read; Accounts allowed; Order for paying him 987. 2d. in full of all Demands, 14 May. Agreed to by Lords.
-, Mr. 1648, the Committee appointed to sell Lands for Payment of his Debts to be injoined to sell them forthwith, 27 July.

22 23 & 24 Car. I. Parl. A. 1646, 1647, & 1648.

QUARREL, 1647, Information of some Matters of Difference between Mr. Holles and Colonel Ireton; severally injoined not to proceed any further; they publickly engage to submit to the Order, 2 Apr.Information that Colonel Ceely and Colonel Bingham were gone out, expressing some Distaste between them; Serjeant sent to recal them; Speaker injoins them not to act any thing contrary to the Peace, that ought to be preserved by Members, 4 JuneColonel Sydney and Colonel Jephson to be forthwith sent for to attend by Speaker's Warrant; Information of a Matter of Disference between them; severally injoined not to proceed any further upon this or any other Difference; they promise to obey the Injunction, 4 Mar.

Quarry, Robert, 1647, Pardon to be prepared for him, 2 Oct.

Queenborough, 1648, new Writ, 10 MayOrder for making it tenable, if it may be, and for furnishing it with Guns, 3 Aug.

Question, John, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 5 Jan.

Questions, previous, Affirmative, 1646, viz. For appointing a Governor of a GarisonFor freeing a Person from Sequestration, 11 Dec.For referring a Book to a Committee, For allowing Money for the Earl of Worcester's Funeral For appointing a Day to consider a PetitionFor allowing Money out of a Delinquent's Estate for his Funeral, For considering a Petition and Representation in course as they lie, For agreeing to a Clause in a Vote from Lords, For ordering a Person into Custody, 8 Jan.For approving Mr. Maxwell to attend the King at Holdenby, For concurring with a Vote from Lords, For approving a Person to go a Circuit, 6 Feb.For continuing a Garison, For appointing Sir Thomas Fairfax General of the Forces to be kept up, 4 Mar.For taking out of the Army Forces to be sent into Ireland, For excluding Members of the House from being Officers in the Forces to be kept upFor all Officers to conform to the established Government of the Church, For malignant Ministers restored to their Livings to take the Covenant, For appointing a Day to receive a Report, For amending an Amendment from Lords.
-, 1647, for considering the civil and military Government of Ireland, 27 Mar.For Three particular Regiments to be Part of the Horse to be continued, For appointing Commissioners to manage the War in Ireland, 1 Apr.For appointing Major General Skippon Field-marshal of Ireland For appointing Colonel Massey Lieutenant General of Horse there, For keeping 200 Horse and 200 Dragoons for the Safety of WalesFor bestowing 300. upon Gentlemen sent from Dublin, For suspending a Member, For summoning Persons to attendFor paying Six Weeks Arrears upon disbanding the Army, For putting a Person out of all public Employments, 6 MayFor granting a Person the sole Privilege of printing a Book, For desiring some of the Commissioners with the Army to come upConcerning disbanding the Forces, For accepting a Delinquent's Fine, 20 & Concerning pressing Volunteers in the Army for Sea Service, For appointing a Day to consider a Business For proceeding upon a Report, For laying aside a Debate, and resuming it, 1 JuneFor expunging an Order, For further Answer to Particulars in a Summary from the Army, For disabling Members that have been in actual War against the Parliament to sit, Touching an Answer to a Message from Lords, Touching the Delivery of the King's Person, For Money for the Forces of the Northern Association, Touching the Suspension of Members, For taking up a Debate on a future Day, Touching Officers and Soldiers leaving the ArmyFor declaring that House do own the Army as their Army, For a Penalty upon such as sit in the House after DisqualificationFor resuming the Debate thereon, 5 JulyFor concurring with Lords in an Order and Letter, For a Person to go a Circuit, For prefixing a Time for Members to answer a Charge against them, For giving Answer to a Petition, For considering Propositions from the Army, Concerning the Militia of London, For approving the Choice of a Commander in Chief of the Forces raised by the City For Second Reading of an Ordinance from LordsFor passing it with Amendments, That both Houses, from the Tumult 26th July to 6th August, were under Force, and not free, 14 Aug.For disabling a Member to sit, 7 Sept. For taking off a Sequestration, For impeaching several Persons, For adhering to a Vote, 8 & 20 Oct.For referring a Matter to a Committee, For Addition to a Vote, Touching a secure Place for the King's Residence, 16 Nov.For considering Propositions from Lords, For appointing a Day for Second Reading of Bills, 1 Dec.For bringing in an Ordinance, For sending a Vote to a Person, Touching further Addresses to the King, 3 Jan.For agreeing to an Order from Lords, For discharging all the King's Attendants, 2 Feb.For desiring Lords Concurrence to a Vote, Touching the Proportion for Pay of the Army, For agreeing to a Clause, For appointing certain Persons Commissioners of the Great Seal, 2 Mar.For appointing a Day to consider a Message from Lords, For adjourning till the Afternoon For admitting Papists to Compositions in Performance of Articles.
-, 1648, for giving a Member Notice to attend forthwith, 31 Mar.That a Person has done but his Duty in his Charge and Reply to the Commissioners of Excise, 4 Apr. For agreeing to an Order of Lords, Concerning the Time for asking Leave of Absence, For Leave to every Member to speak in a Debate, notwithstanding a former Order, For adding a Clause to an Ordinance, 16 MayFor discharging a Prisoner, Concerning the Terms of a Treaty with the King, For additional Committees, For declaring Persons that have levied War against the Parliament Rebels and Traitors, 7 JulyTouching the Place for a Treaty with the King, For resuming a Debate, For calling the House, 14 Aug.For concurring with Lords in Votes.
-, previous, Neg. 1646, viz. For allowing a County, Money to disband their Forces, 7 Dec.For delivering the King over to Major General Skippon at Newcastle, 5 Jan. For taking a Petition into further Consideration, For approving a Person to go a Circuit, 6 Feb.For approving Persons to be Visitors of the University of Oxon, For demolishing a Castle.
-, 1647, for approving Sir William Waller to be Commander of the Forces in Lempster and Ulster, 1 Apr.For appointing a Committee to apportion equal Rates upon the several Counties in future Assessments, For bestowing 600. upon Gentlemen from Dublin, For allowing the Treasurers at Goldsmiths Hall 2d. in the Pound, For calling Persons to the Bar, 1 MayFor adhering to a Vote, For an Amendment to an Order from LordsTouching the manner of compounding with a Delinquent, For an Amendment to an Ordinance, 28 Apr.3 Aug.For discharging all Soldiers listed by the Committee of Safety and the Committee of the Militia, 19 JuneFor adding a Penalty to a Vote, For considering certain Proposals from the Army, For disabling Persons offending against an Order for ever to sit in the House, 5 JulyFor approving a Person to go a Circuit, For agreeing to a Proposition for transporting 5,500 Men into foreign Parts, Concerning Propositions from the Army, For concurring to an Ordinance from Lords, 8 Oct.For sining Members absent at the Call of the House, 3 Nov.For reimbursing Monies that shall be advanced for disbanding the disjointed Forces, Concerning a Security for the Arrears of the Soldiery, For insisting upon and renewing former Orders, Touching a Penalty for disobeying an Order, 3 Jan.For employing a Person as a Commissioner into Scotland, For restraining the Number of the King's Family to Forty, 2 Feb.For a Member to shew Cause why he does not answer a Suit in Chancery, For taking Bail, For bestowing an Office upon a Member, For Second Reading of an Ordinance, 6 Mar.Concerning Compositions upon Surrenders of Garisons.
-, 1648, for sending a Person Commissioner into Ireland, 30 Mar.For considering the Matter of Religion, 27 Apr. For an Amendment to a Vote, 5 MayFor Members to subscribe the Notes of Names of Commissioners for the Militia of the Kingdom, For an Amendment to an Ordinance, For impowering the Committee at Derby House to grant Commissions for raising Forces, That all who shall take new Commissions from the Parliament, shall, before they receive them, take the Covenant, 17 June For discharging an Order, 7 July.

Quoytmore, Robert, 1646, Ordinance from Lords appointing him Prothonotary of Three Welsh Counties, read, and passed, 24 Mar.

22 23 & 24 Car. I. Parl. 5. A. 1646, 1647, & 1648.

RABY Castle, 1646, to be disgarisoned, and the new Works slighted, 26 Feb.

Radnor County, 1646, Order appointing High Sheriff, and for a Commission to him; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 6 Feb.
-, 1647, like Order, 17 Nov. Information against him, referred to the Committee of Complaints, Order appointing him; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 10 Jan.
-, 1648, Order for employing the Sequestration-monies for the Entertainment of Horse raised in the County, 21 June.
-, 1646, new Writ, 19 Mar.
-, Town, 1646, new Writ, 19 Mar.

Ragland Castle, 1646, Papers taken there to be delivered to the Committee of the Army, 19 Dec.Order for slighting it.

Rainesborough, Colonel, 1647, Letters to be sent to Portsmouth and Petersfield for the Removal of his Soldiers; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 12 MayColonel to repair to them, and stay them till further Order His Letter, concerning the quartering his Regiment, and Demeanor of some of his Men, read, 2 JuneOrder appointing him Vice-admiral of the Winter's Guard, and Captain of a Ship, 27 Sept. 17 Mar.Agreed to by Lords, 2 Oct.Order for paying Part of his Arrears; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 27 Sept.Order from Lords for dispatching him to Sea, 2 Oct. They put House in mind thereof, Order appointing him Commander in Chief of the Fleet, and for a Commission to him; Lords Concurrence to be desired, Order for his Attendance, 16 Nov.General's Letter concerning him, referred to a Committee, 18. Power given them to examine him in his own Case, Question for ordering him to go to Sea forthwith, Neg. 10 Dec.General's Letter concerning his going, read; Order for him to repair to his Charge. Vote from Lords for not sending him; Conference to be desired thereupon; Managers appointed. Conference desired, agreed to, and held. Another desired by Lords, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held. Reported, Lords put House in mind thereof; Report to be considered, 4 Jan.

Raithby, Lieutenant John, 1648, his Petition and Report thereupon, read, 1 June.

Ramsay, Sir James, and others, 1647, Petition, with a List annexed, and Letter from the Scots Parliament, recommending the Petitioners; List read, and referred to a Committee, 21 JulyHis Letter; Leave given him to come to London, 24 Jan.

Ramsbury, 1648, Petition of Inhabitants, referred to the Committee for Burnings, 31 July.

Randall, Richard, 1647, Pardon to be prepared for him, 2 Oct.

Ranelagh, Lady Viscountess, 1646, Order for allowing 6. per Week for Relief of herself and Children; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 28 Jan.

Rascow, John, 1648, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired 28 Mar.

Rawden, Major George, 1647, Petition to be considered, 16 July.
-, Thomas, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 25 Dec.

Rawkins, Mary, 1647, Petition; Order for bestowing 50. upon her; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 14 May.

Rawleigh, George, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 28 Mar.

Raynes, Joan, 1648, her Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning her Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 1 July.

Reading, 1646, Petition of Inhabitants, to be read, 25 Jan.
-, 1648, Order against making it a Garison without the Leave of Parliament, and for slighting the Works about the Abbey, 7 June.
-, 1648, new Writ, 8 MayElection and double Return; Petition referred to the Committee of Privileges, 29 JuneReport; Resolution that Mr. Blagrave is duly returned, and ought to sit till the Matter of the Election is determined; Matter referred to the Committee of Privileges, 11 July.

Recorder, Mr. Vide Glyn, Sir John.

Records of the House, 1647, a Committee to collect and present a Catalogue of all Papers that concern the Public, that they may be kept among the Records, 2 Nov.

Recusants, Popish. Vide Delinquents1647, Ordinance concerning Certificates of their Conformity, ordered, 23 Nov. Read, 15 Dec.

Red-castle, 1646, to be continued a Garison with 30 Men, 3 Mar.
-, 1647, Governor to be continued, 25 Mar.

Redhead, Arthur, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 25 Dec.

Redshaw, Thomas, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 21 Dec.

Reeve, George, 1646, Petition to be read, 31 Dec.Report concerning him, to be considered, 10 Feb.
-, Jonas, 1647, appointed Captain of a Ship, 27 Sept. 17 Mar.

Renshaw, James, 1647, Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 27 May.

Reports, 1647, a Committee to consider of those offered, and figure them, and present them as they are figured, 8 Mar.

Rew, William, 1647, appointed Commander of a Ship, 27 Sept.

Reynell, Sir Thomas, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 24 Dec.

Reyner, Mr. 1648, desired to preach, 30 Aug.

Reynolds, Robert, 1647, Ordinance for reimbursing 280. due to him and Bartholomew Hall, read, and passed; agreed to by Lords, 16 Apr.

Riall, William, 1647, Letter to him, read; Order for summoning him in safe Custody, 3 June.

Ricaut, Sir Peter, 1646, Petition to be admitted to his Composition, 28 Jan.
-, 1648, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 28 Aug.

Rich, Charles. Vide Cork, Earl of.

Richardson, Judith, 1647, her Petition recommended by Lords, to be read, 9 Apr.
-, William, 1648, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 28 Mar.

Riche, Lord Robert, 1647, his Petition to the Committee at Goldsmiths Hall, read, and referred to them, 21 Apr.Order for remitting his Fine; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 14 Mar.
-, 1648, Colonel Hammond's Letter, touching admitting him to the King, recommended by Lords, 7 July.
-, Lady, 1647, Order for making Report touching her Sequestration, 21 Apr.
-, Colonel Nathanael, 1648, his Letters read; Order for sending him Ammunition, 12 JulyAnother read, and to be printedOrder for Money for himFor Letter of Thanks for his Service against the Enemy, who intended to raise the Siege of Deal Castle, 15 Aug.

Richmond, Duke of, 1647, Commissioners Letter concerning his coming to the King, readLetter to them to remove him, read, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence signified, 28 June.
-, 1648, Vide PrivilegesHis Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 26 Aug.

Rigby, Edward, 1646 & 1647. Vide Privileges.
-, 1647, his Petition read; Question for appointing him Clerk of the Crown in Lancashire, Neg. 25 Feb.

Riggs, Ralph, 1648, Ordinance from Lords touching a Lease of the Manor of Farnham granted him by the Bishop of Winchester, read, and committed; the Contractors for Bishops Lands to forbear proceeding in the Sale thereof, 20 June.

Rippon, 1646, new Writ, 15 Mar.

Risley, James, 1647, to have Copies of the Indictment of the Earl of Castlehaven and Mr. Skipwith, 25 Feb.

Rives, John, 1647, Report of his Fine and Delinquency, recommitted, 10 June.
-, George, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 12 Jan.

Rivers, Countess Dowager, 1648, the Committee at Goldsmiths Hall to compound with her, 22 Apr.

Rivett, Francis, 1647, Ordinance from Lords appointing him Master of St. Nicolas Hospital; Petition relating thereto, read; Ordinance passed, 27 May.

Roades, Henry, 1648, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 28 Mar.

Roberts, Lord, 1646, Business concerning his being Governor of Silly, to be considered, 1 Feb.
-, William, 1646, Order from Lords appointing him Engineer of the Office of Ordnance, 23 Feb.
-, Margaret, and Jane Smith, 1648, Lords put House in mind of their Petition; Order for paying them 20. each, 29 JulyAgreed to by Lords, 2 Aug.

Robinson, James, 1646, his Petition recommended by Lords, 6 Feb.
-, 1647, Order for discharging him from any Commitment by the House, or any Committee thereof, 7 Sept.
-, Sarah, and others, 1647, Petition from Lords, 22 Apr.
-, Robert, 1647, admitted to assist the Clerk, 31 July.
-, Mr. 1647, desired to preach, 14 Aug. Thanked, and to print his Sermon.
-, Matthew, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 7 Mar.
-, Sir William, 1648, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 13 June.
-, Mr. 1647, to be sent for in safe Custody for being active in the late Insurrection in Kent; Member to assist in sending him up; Examination referred to the Committee of the Navy, 19 JuneReport; Power given them to bail him; the Committee of Kent to examine him, 3 Aug.
-, John, 1648, to be sent for in safe Custody for being active in the late Insurrection in Kent; Member to assist in sending him up; Examination referred to the Committee of the Navy, 19 JuneReport; Power given them to bail him; the Committee of Kent to examine him, 3 Aug.

Rochester, 1648, Letter from Mayor, & c. read; a Committee to prepare Answer; Answer reported, read, and agreed to; Speaker to sign itGentlemen sent down for the Preservation of the Peace of those Parts, 22 May.

Rodberd, Thomas. Vide Davies, John.

Rodd, Janus, 1646, Order for taking off his Sequestration; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 18 Mar.
-, Richard, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 27 Dec.

Rode, James, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 16 Sept.

Rodney, Sir Edward 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 9 Mar.

Roe, Colonel, 1648, Petition referred to the Committee for Irish Affairs, 3 Apr.

Rogers, John, and others, 1647, their Petition from Lords, with special Recommendation, read; Order for proceeding to Judgment in the Cause concerning their Wages, 15 Mar. Agreed to by Lords.
-, Joseph, 1648, Vide Privileges.
-, Elizabeth, 1648, her Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning her Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 29 Aug.

Rolfe, Colonel, 1647, Letter desiring he may be continued Governor of Bristol, 17 July.
-, Major, 1648, Letters touching his Design of taking away the King's Life, 20 June. Examined thereuponLords to be desired to appoint a Committee to examine him and Witnesses, upon Oath, in Presence of a Committee of the House. Message from, them, desiring a Prisoner may be permitted to attend the Committee, agreed to, Another Message, desiring he may be bailed, agreed to, 7 JulyOrder for convenient Lodgings for him in diem GatehousePersons to have Access to him, A Committee to inquire, touching the Proceedings for bringing him to a Trial, Order for their sitting de die in diem, Conference to be desired with Lords concerning him; Managers appointed, 1 Aug. Conference desired, and agreed to. To be desired again. Desired, and agreed to. Another desired, and agreed to. Lords to be acquainted why House could not meet them. Another desired, agreed to, and held, Examinations, Informations, & c. to be sent to the Judges of Assize at WinchesterOrder for 20. for him, Bill returned Ignoramus; Order for discharging his Bail.

Rolle, Sir Samuel, 1646, Petition read; and referred to the Committee of the West, 9 Jan.
-, Justice, 1647, previous and main Questions for his going the Lincolnshire Circuit, severally Affirmative, 8 July Order for restoring his Horses, 2 Aug.

Romney, Richard, 1647, Resolution for indicting him of High Treason; Clerk of the Crown to prepare the Indictment; Managers and Solicitor appointed; Order for taking him into Custody, 25 SeptProclamation for apprehending him, reported, read, and agreed to, 1 Oct.

Rookwood, Edward, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 9 Mar.

Roper, Mrs. a Nun, 1647, Information concerning her, referred to a Committee, 22 Nov.

Rose, Mr. 1647, desired to preach, 28 Apr.

Rosogo, Degory, 1648, to be sent for in safe Custody for being active in the late Insurrection in Kent; Member to assist in sending him up; Examination referred to the Committee of the Navy, 19 JuneReport; Power given them to bail him; the Committee of Kent to examine him, 3 Aug.

Rosse, Robert, 1648, his Petition recommended by Lords, 27 June.

Rosseter, Colonel, 1646, the Committee of Accounts to state and certify his Accounts, 12 Mar.
-, 1647, his Regiment of Horse to be continuedOrder for Money towards Satisfaction of their Arrears, 29 Mar. For a Month's Pay, 17 June.
-, 1648, Order appointing him Commander of the Parliament's Guard, 3 JuneFor sending him into Lincolnshire, For a Commission to him, His Letter read; Order for paying him 2,000. upon Account. Vide Nottingham County.

Rous, Colonel Antony, 1646, previous Question for paying him 1,000. upon Account, Affirmative, 12 Mar.
-, Captain William, 1646, appointed Captain of the Denny, in the Isle of Silly, 12 Mar.
-, Mr. 1648, previous Question for adding him to the Committee of Safety, Affirmative, 30 May.

Row, John, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 27 Dec.
-, Dr. Cheyney, 1648, Lords put House in mind of his Petition, 27 June20 July. Petition referred to the Committee of Sequestrations.
-, Lady Elizabeth, 1648, her Petition from Lords, with special Recommendation, 27 July.

Roxborough, Earl of, 1647, Business concerning him and others, to be reported, 12 Jan.Papers offered to House to be considered.

Rudduck, Captain, 1648, Petition referred to the Committee for Irish Affairs, 3 Apr.

Rudyer, Sir Benjamin, 1646, Order for paying him 6,000. in Recompence for his Office in the Court of Wards, 9 Jan.

Rugeley, Colonel Simon, 1646, his Petition from Lords, to be read, 13 Mar.

Rushworth, Mr. 1646, Order appointing him Licenser of the Press, revoked, 9 Mar.
-, 1648, Order for bestowing 50 . on him, 31 Aug.
-, Francis, 1647, his Petition from Lords, 15 Mar.
-, 1648, they put House in mind thereof, 13 Apr.

Russell, Sir William, 1646, to be sent for in safe Custody, 7 Dec.
-, William, 1647, Petition; Order for allowing 290 . paid him by the Committee of Bucks, 28 Oct.

Ruthen, 1646, to be disgarisoned, 22 Dec.
-, Castle, 1646, to be disgarisoned and demolished, 3 Mar.
-, 1648, new Works to be slighted, 19 July.

Rutland, 1647, Order appointing High Sheriff, and for a Commission to him, 17 Nov.Another appointed by Lords, agreed to, Leave given him to come to London, 9 Feb. Member sent down to hasten the bringing in the Arrears of the Assessments for 600,000 . The Committee of the Army to prepare Instructions for him, and Letter to hasten the Payment, 23 Dec. Instructions and Letter, reported, read, and agreed to.
-, Castle, 1646, to be disgarisoned and demolished, 3 Mar.
-, 1647, House adhere to their Vote, 19 July.
-, Earl of, 1646, Ordinance from Lords concerning him, to be read, 9 Mar.

Rutter, Michael, 1647, his Petition from Lords, and Report concerning his Sequestration, read; Question for discharging it, Neg.Declaration that in his and the like Cases Sequestrations ought not to be suspended or discharged, 15 Feb.

Rycroft, Mr. 1646. Vide Privileges.

Ryegate, 1648, Order for making the Abbey indefensible, 4 July.

Ryley, Thomas, 1646, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 18 Mar.Ordinance for granting him the Remainder of 5,000 . formerly assigned him, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired.
-, William, 1648, his Petition from Lords, read; Order for paying him 200 . for his present SubsistenceFor adding 50 . upon his discovering Delinquents Estates, 11 Aug.

22 23 & 24 Car. I. Parl. 5. A. 1646, 1647, & 1648.

SABIN, Avery, 1647, Petition read; Order for bailing him; Two next Justices of Kent to take the Bail, 8 Mar. Any Two to take it.

Sabran, Madam, 1647, Pass from Lords for her to go into France, agreed to, 28 Oct.

Sadler, Lieutenant Colonel. Vide Eyres, Colonel William.

Salcomb Fort, 1646, Order for disgarisoning it, and slighting the Works, 25 Feb.

Salisbury, John, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 1 June.
-, Earl of, 1647, to have the Refusal of the Purchase of Worcester House, at the Rate of Bishops Lands, 20 June. Order returned from Lords, with Amendments; Amendments agreed to, Order for Survey of the House, 23 Mar.
-, 1648, Proviso touching the Payment of his Debt, 13 Apr. Vide Dean Forest.
-, William, 1648, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 28 Aug.

Sallway, Mr. 1647, to be restored to the Office of Remembrancer in the Exchequer, notwithstanding any Order to the contrary, 16 Mar.
-, 1648, to be sent for to attend the Service of House, 14 Apr.

Salop County, 1647, Election referred to a Committee, 6 Apr.
-, 1648, the Committee impowered to secure Malignants in Ludlow Castle, 19 MayCommittee added to the Committee of the Militia.

Salt, 1647, Order for taking off the Excise thereupon, 10 June. Agreed to by Lords.
-, 1648, Ordinance for an Imposition thereon, ordered, 17 July. Vide Coals.

Saltmarsh, William, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 9 Mar.

Saltpetre and Powder, 1648, Ordinance for 2,000 . in present, and 1,000 . per Mensem, for providing them, ordered, 20 June.

Salvietti, Segnor Amerigo, 1647, Order from Lords for frecing him from Excise for his own Provisions, 15 Oct.His Petition from them, agreed to.

Sanders, Major, 1647. Vide Privileges.

Sanderson, Samuel, 1647, Petition read; Order for paying him 500 . towards his Losses, 16 Apr.
-, Colonel, 1647, Order for paying the Non-commission Officers of his Troops, whose Debentures are signed, 21 June. Agreed to by Lords, Petition of Reformadoes late in his Regiment; Order about Pay for them, agreed to by Lords, 1 JulyTheir Desire referred to a Committee, His Petition read, 6 Sept. Vide Macquire.

Sandifort Castle, 1646, Ordinance from Lords, for appointing a Keeper, to be readCaptain appointed, 13 Mar.
-, 1647, Lords put House in mind of the Ordinance, 22 Apr.

Sandown Fort, 1646, Order for adding Ten Men, 1 Mar. For continuing it a Garison, with the same Number as are now established; a Committee to consider of an Establishment for them.

Sandwich, 1646, Ordinance from Lords, appointing a Searcher, read twice; previous Question for concurring therein, Affirmative; Ordinance committed, 28 Dec.
-, 1648, Letter from Mayor, & c. concerning a Person there who affirms himself to be Prince of Wales; Colonel Rainesborough's Letter, to the same Purpose, severally read; the Committee of Safety to send for him, 22 May.

Sandys, Samuel, 1647, Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 11 Jan.
-, Colonel, 1647, Petition and Certificate, concerning Colonel Morgan's Undertaking with him upon the Surrender of Hartlebury Castle, read; previous Question for proceeding thereupon, Neg.Ordinance concerning him, read, and recommitted, 7 Jan.

Sarke, Isle of, 1646, Order for sending 100 . for the Service thereof, 13 Mar.

Sarum, Old, 1646, new Writ, 21 Dec.
-, New, 1646, Ordinance for providing and settling Ministers there, to be read, 25 Feb.Petition of Inhabitants, to be read, 3 Mar.
-, 1647, Letter from thence concerning a Petition endeavoured to be signed, 30 Mar.Ordinance for settling Ministers, read, and re-committedA Committee to prepare Ordinance to enable the Mayor, & c. to suppress Disorders, and punish Offenders, & c.

Savile, Samuel, 1646, Order for bailing him, 9 Mar.
-, William, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 24 Dec.

Sawle, Nicolas, 1646, Matter of Fact concerning his Case, reported; Resolution for admitting him to his Composition, and exempting him from his 5th and 20th Parts, 15 Feb.

Say, Lord, 1646, Ordinance for paying him 10,000 . in Recompence of his Office in the Court of Wards, ordered, 9 Jan.

Sayle, William, 1647, Petition, 16 July. Vide Summer Islands.

Scarborough, 1646, Order for continuing the Castle a Garison, with 100 MenFor keeping up the Forts, with 60 Men, 26 Feb.For continuing the Governor, 13 Mar.
-, 1647, General's Letter, recommending the Petition of Bailiffs, & c. referred with the Petition, to the Committee of the Northern Association, 21 Aug.Another Letter from him concerning the Necessities of the Garison, read, and referred, 9 Sept.Report to be made, 2 Oct.Order for 540. for them, in Part of their Arrears.
-, 1648, Order for sending Ships to prevent all Relief to the Town by Sea, 16 Aug.

Scawen, William, 1646, Matter of Fact concerning his Case, reported; Resolution for admitting him to his Composition, and exempting him from his 5th and 20th Parts, 15 Feb.
-, Robert, 1647, to attend the Service of House, 2 July.

Scholars. Vide Apprentices.

Schovile, Thomas, 1648, to be sent for in safe Custody for being active in the late Insurrection in Kent; Member to assist in sending him up; Examination referred to the Committee of the Navy, 19 JuneReport; Power given them to bail him; the Committee of Kent to examine him, 3 Aug.

Scotland, 1646, Report of divers Papers touching the manner of the Payment of 200,000. to the Scots Army, upon their marching out of the Kingdom, read twice; their Commissioners Letter concerning it; Resolution that the Security for the latter 200,000 . shall be the Public Faith; a Committee to withdraw, and prepare a Proposition concerning the Manner of Payment; Proposition reported; agreed to be an Instruction to the Committee appointed to confer with the Commissioners; Order for providing the Money, and Carriages to convey it to York; General to be desired to appoint a sitting Convoy, 5 Dec. Instruction and Vote touching the Public Faith, agreed to by Lords; Commissioners to be acquainted therewith, Their Proposition, touching the Times and Manner of their receiving the 200,000 . and of marching their Forces out of the Kingdom, read several times, and agreed to, with Amendments; Order touching telling the MoneyAnother Proposition, concerning the Security for the latter 200,000 . read, House adhere to their former Vote; the Committee to give them Reasons for itTo confer with them touching the Ease of the Country in their Marches, and Payment of their QuartersCasualties and Charge of paying the Money, to be borne by the PublicOrder for allowing the Treasurers, & c. 916 . for their PainsFor advancing 600. for the Charge of Carriages, and other Necessaries for conveying the MoneyFor a Commission to the Waggonmaster general to imprest Horses and WaggonsA Committee to prepare Ordinance to enable the Committee to pay the Money. Ordinance read, and passed; agreed to by Lords Another Paper from the Scots Commissioners, touching the Security, read. House still adhere to their former Vote; a Committee to prepare Answer, and assign Reasons for it, Articles of Agreement concerning the Manner of the Payment of the first 200,000. reported; Number of Hostages to be given; a Committee to consider of fit Persons. Report; Hostages approved; One excused, Resolution that after the Payment of the first 100,000. the Army shall pay for their ProvisionsScots Commissioners Amendments to the Articles, and Three several Acquittances to be given for the Payment of the Money, read, and agreed to. Lords Concurrence signified, Lords Amendments to the Paper concerning Hostages, read, and agreed to Their Amendments to the Articles, read, and agreed to Votes appointing Two Hostages, and for authorizing the Committee of both Kingdoms to give them Notice to meet For a Committee of both Houses to go into the North, and the same Committee to prepare Instructions for them, agreed to by LordsScots Commissioners further Amendments to the Articles, and an Answer to the Proposition concerning paying their Quarters, and an additional Article, reported, and read; Amendments and additional Article agreed toHouse adhere to their Vote concerning the Payment of their Quarters. Lords Concurrence to the Amendments and additional Article, signifiedVotes to be communicated to the Scots CommissionersThe Committee of both Kingdoms impowered to sign the ArticlesA Committee of both Houses to go into the North; another Committee to prepare Instructions for them, Names of Hostages to be given by Scotland; the Committee of both Kingdoms to chuse Six Further Amendments to the Articles by the Scots Commissioners, agreed to, Report concerning the Scots Commissioners going away, read; Thanks to be given them for all their Civilities; Lords Concurrence signified, Ingrossed Articles, and Instructions for the Committee that are to go into the North, reportedOrder for paying them 400. 1 Jan.Convoy sent by the General, approved. Lords Concurrence signified, Ordinance for paying the first 50,000. of the latter 200,000. ordered, 21 Dec.Ordinance, and Commissioners Papers concerning it, read; Clause mentioning the Papers, to be added; Ordinance passed, 12 Jan. Agreed to by Lords, Narrative of the Treasurers Proceedings in the Payment of 200,000.; Acquittances presented, and to be entered; Lords to be desired to enter them in their Journals; Treasurers thanked, and to prepare such Discharge as they shall desire to pass for their own Securities, 13 Feb.Scots Commissioners Proposition, desiring Aid against the Irish Rebels that infest Scotland, reported; a Committee to confer with them thereupon, and receive their Propositions and Desires, 8 Dec.Another Paper concerning it, reported. Read, with other Papers; Question for committing it, Neg. 14. Declaration concerning it, Captain Drummond's Desires concerning the Scots Army in IrelandPaper from the Commissioners of the Church of Scotland, severally communicated by Lords, 31 Their Answer to the latterA Committee to prepare Instructions for Commissioners to be employed to the Scots Parliament, 1 Feb. Order for making Report. Instructions reported, read, and agreed toAnother Committee to prepare further InstructionsOrder for accepting and satisfying Bills of Exchange from them, Letters of Credence to them, read, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence signified, Their Letter to be read, 1 Mar.
-, 1647, Leave given them to return, 29 Apr. Agreed to by Lords, Order for them to report Papers desired by the Scots Parliament, to be communicated to House, 21 July Letter from the Scots Parliament, and Report from their Commissioners, sent from Lords, 29 Apr.Scots Commissioners Letters read; Copies thereof to be inclosed in a Letter to General, 6 JulyCopy of General's Letter, concerning intercepting Letters going to Scotland, to be communicated to Scots Commissioners, Letters and Papers from them, sent from Lords, read, and to be considered, Scots Commissioners Letter, and Lords Answer, agreed to, Letters from them, and from the Scots Parliament, referred by Lords to the Committee of both Kingdoms, and by House to the Committee with the Army, 1 Sept. Lords Concurrence signified, Lords Letter to the Estates of Scotland, read, and referred to the Committee of both Kingdoms. Answer read twice, and agreed to; Messenger appointed; Lords Concurrence signified, Scots Commissioners Letter, read, 5 Nov. Read again; the Committee of both Kingdoms to frame an Answer. Order for making Report. Lords Answer thereto, read, and referred to the Committee. They put House in mind thereof, Orders touching the Payment of 50,000. to the Scots, when due Touching putting in Execution the Ordinances for Assessments for them, 11 Dec.Scots Commissioners Letter concerning the Payment thereof, read, 7 Jan.Another to be read. Several read, and to be consideredList of Arrears due to their Army, read. House declares their real Intents to pay them; Orders thereupon. Agreed to by LordsOrder for speedy Payment of the Arrears of Loans and Assessments for their Army, Resolution for sending Commissioners into Scotland; Number and Names of those to be sent by House; a Committee to prepare Instructions for them concerning their Army in Ireland, and the Miscarriages of their Commissioners here. Lords Concurrence to the Order for Commissioners to go, signified; Instructions reported; Part concerning the Miscarriages, re-committed, to state the Proofs. Agreed to by Lords, Order for 500. to defray their ChargesThe Committee of the Revenue to accept and satisfy their Bills of Exchange. Day appointed for them to be there; Quorum appointedMinisters to be desired to go with them. One disagreed to; another appointed by LordsLetters of Credence to the Commissioners, agreed to by Lords, Their Letter read, 15 Feb. Another, with Letters and Papers inclosed, read; Letter of Thanks ordered, Another, with Papers inclosed, read; One Minister has Leave to returnOrder for reporting the re-committed Instructions, 6 Mar. Instructions reported, and read; Question for inserting the Commissioners Names, Neg. Instructions particularly voted, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence to be desired, Commissioners Letter, with a Letter inclosed from the Scots Commissioners to the President of Scotland, read; Order for them to desire that Persons gone thither without the Consent of Parliament may be delivered up, Instructions for the Commissioners, and Copy of General's Letter touching Captain Wogan's Troop, read, and agreed to; Order for sending them, Another Letter from the Commissioners, read.
-, 1648, another read, 27 Mar.Another, with Paper inclosed, desiring an Answer from the Scots Parliament, touching Captain Wogan's March with his Troop into Scotland, read; a Committee to prepare Letter of Thanks, and to desire them to proceed in the Business; Letter reported, read, and agreed to; Speaker to sign it, 3 Apr.Another, with Paper inclosed, touching the Demand of Sir Thomas Glemham and others, with the Chancellor of Scotland's Letter to them, read, Another Letter, with Paper inclosed, reinforcing their Demands as to Delinquents, read, and referred to the Committee of Safety. Matter of Fact reported; Scots Parliament's Answer voted not satisfactory A Committee to prepare additional Instruction to the Commissioners to insist upon their Demands. Instruction reported, read, and agreed to; Order for sending itCommissioners Letter, with their Reply to the Scots Parliament's Answer, read, Letter from the Scots Parliament, with a Paper inclosed, containing their Desires, read, 3 May. Read again; a Committee to prepare Letter to acquaint them Answer will be sent in a convenient TimeAnother Committee to prepare Instructions to the Commissioners to resent the unusual Address of their Letters. Instructions and Letter reported, read, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence to be desired, A Committee to prepare a general Answer to the Desires. Answer reported, read, and agreed to. Lords Concurrence signified, Declaration that House will inviolably preserve the Covenant and Treaties between the Two Kingdoms; previous Question for Addition, Neg. 5 May. Addition thereto; Order for sending them to the Commissioners, to be communicated to the Scots Parliament, or Convention of Estates; Lords Concurrence signified, Commissioners Letter, touching their Demand of Captain Wogan and others, read; further Instructions, agreed to by Lords, Their Letter to Commissioners, read, and agreed to, with Amendments, Commissioners Letter and Propositions to the Scots Parliament, with their Answer, read; House approve of what they have done, and of Papers delivered by them, Another Letter, with Papers inclosed, read; Vote of Approbation to be sent to them, Order for a small Vessel to go between England and Scotland; the Committee at Derby House frequently to advertise the Commissioners of the State of Affairs hereLetters and Papers delivered by them to the Scots Parliament, read, 14 June Other Letters with Papers from the Scots Parliament, and their Reply thereto, read; their Proceedings approved, 20 Another with Papers inclosedOrder for printing all Letters and Papers passed between them and the Scots Parliament, 6 JulyCommissioners Letter; those of House to be recalled. Lords to be desired to recal theirs, Declaration of the Scots Parliament, to be read. ReadA Committee to prepare Declaration to satisfy the Kingdom concerning the Proceedings of Parliament to maintain the Union between the Two KingdomsThe Committee to present the Transactions between Scotland and the Parliament's Commissioners; Transactions to be printed and published, Commissioners thanked, 14 Aug.Letters that Duke Hamilton is come into England with an Army, and that the Army lies about Wighton; Order for Money for the Northern ForcesPrevious Question for Declaration that the Forces come out of Scotland in an hostile manner, without the Authority of Parliament, are Enemies to this Kingdom, and that all who adhere to or assist them are Rebels and Traitors, and shall be proceeded against as such, Affirmative; Vote to be sent to Major-general LambertThe Committee at Derby House to take Course for speedy sending him ForcesTo consider whether there be a Necessity for raising more, 14 July. Lords Concurrence to be desired. Declaration amended; Lords Concurrence to be desired to the AmendmentLetters from Edinburgh, read; Declaration that all who invited the Scots into England, or have assisted them, are Traitors, and shall be proceeded against as such. To be printed. A Committee to inquire who they arePacket of Letters sealed up, to be opened, and viewed by a Committee Vide HanburtonScots Declaration of the Grounds of their Army coming into England, to be debated, Order for sending Forces to stop their further Advance, Lieutenant General Cromwell's Letter, concerning a total Defeat of them in Lancashire, read; Order for printing and publishing itFor a Thanksgiving. Vide ThanksgivingFor several Letters of ThanksFor Rewards to the Messengers, 23 Aug.Business touching the Prisoners to be considered, 23 & 26 Sheriff of Lancashire to take Care of them in the mean time, Another Letter from him referred to the Committee of the ArmyRelation of the DefeatLetter and List of Prisoners sent to Lords; Messenger to acquaint them that Parties are ready to give them particular Information of the SuccessCity to be acquainted therewithOrder for Rewards to the Messengers, The Committee at Derby House to dispose of Noblemen, Gentlemen, and Officers, in a Place of Safety, Letter and Relation of the taking Duke Hamilton, and 3,500 Horse, with a List of Prisoners. Vide Hamilton, DukeThe Committee at Goldsmiths Hall to present List of Scots Officers or Gentlemen who have Money assigned them out of the HallOrdinances for sequestering all Scots in the late Action, who have any Estates or Places here, ordered, A Committee to consider how every County may entertain a proportionable Number of the Prisoners, and to treat with Merchants about transporting them, fA Committee to prepare Letter to the general Assembly of Scotland, to acquaint them with the Proceedings of Parliament, concerning settling Religion and Church Government, and for preserving the Union, 21 JulyLetter read, and recommitted, 1 Aug. Reported from Recommitment; read by Parts, and agreed to; Order for sending it. For printing it.

Scott, Captain Thomas, 1646, Report concerning him to be made, 26 Feb.
-, 1648, his Petition referred to the Committee for Irish Affairs, 3 Apr.Order for recommending him to General.
-, Major 1647, referred to the Committee of Examinations, 14 Apr.General's Letter concerning him, referred to another Committee, 18 Nov.
-, Lovell, and others, 1648, their Petition recommended by Lords, to be read, 21 July. Read; Order for paying 500. 15 s. 1 d. disbursed by them; Ordinance for that Purpose, ordered.

Scroope, Colonel, 1647, Order for disbanding the Wallooners in his Regiment, 29 June.

Sea-Laws, 1647, Order from Lords concerning them, 1 Mar.

Seaman, Mr. 1647, desired to preach, 30 Dec.Thanked, and to print his Sermon, 27 Jan.
-, John, 1648, appointed Captain of a Frigate, 13 Apr.

Seamen. Vide Mariners.

Searle, Mary, 1647, her Petition from Lords to be read, 9 Feb. Another to House, with a Schedule of Damages annexed, read, and referred to the Committee at Haberdashers Hall, 3 Mar,

Seddon, John, 1648, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 28 Mar.

Sedgewick, Obadiah, desired to preach, 30 Dec. 164612 July, 1648Thanked, and to print his Sermons, 27 Jan. 164620 July, 1648.

Sedley, Sir John, 1646, his Petition, and Copy of a Warrant for apprehending and imprisoning him, with a Letter concerning his Miscarriages, severally read; Petition and Letter referred to a Committee; Order for discharging him that he may prosecute his Appeal, 8 Dec.The Committee impowered to compose the Differences, between the Parties, 18 Jan.
-, 1647, Order for putting him out of all public Employments, for advising an Indictment against Colonel Kenrick, for taking Three Horses in the late Insurrection in Kent, 6 May.
-, Lady, 1647, her Pass recalled; Day appointed for her Return, 7 Feb.
-, Sir Isaac, 1648, Information against him referred to the Committee at Derby HouseOrder for taking him into Custody, 20 May.

Selden, John, 1646. Vide Privileges.

Sequestrations. Vide Delinquents.

Serjeant, 1646, to take Bail, 8 & 25 Dec.
-, 1647, previous Question for allowing him 10. for the Expences and Diet of a Prisoner in his Custody, Neg. 14 MayHouse appoints a Serjeant, 30 July. Order for delivering the Mace to him; Previous Question for calling in the former Serjeant, Neg. Order for him to attend as formerly, 4 Aug.
-, 1648, Serjeant sent with Mace to summon Members, 3 MaySent for Members from a Committee.

Servants. Vide Apprentices.

Seymour, Lord, and Son, 1647, their Fines accepted; Ordinance for pardoning their Delinquencies, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 18 Dec.

Shackerley, Geoffery, 1648, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 13 June.

Shadwell, Thomas, 1648, Ordinance from Lords, appointing him Comptroller of the Customs at Lynn read, and passed, 21 Aug.

Shastesbury, 1647, new Writ, 15 Oct.Election, referred to the Committee of Privileges, 21 Mar.

Shalcroft, John, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 15 Dec.

Shaw, Lettice, 1648, Petition to be read, 2 June.

Sheffield, Colonel, 1647, his Offer to go into Ireland accepted, 13 Apr.

Sheffield Castle, 1647, Order for slighting it, 13 July.

Shelden, Dr. 1647, Letter from the Commissioners with the King, informing House that he, Dr. Hammond, and others, are with the King; Order for removing them, 28 June.

Sherborne House, 1646, to be disgarisoned, and made indefensible, 2 Mar.

Shercliff, William, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 21 Sept.

Sheriffs, 1646, Conference desired with Lords, concerning such as are not settled between both Houses, agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, 28 Dec.Report concerning them, to be made, 1 Feb.To be considered, The Committee for passing their Accounts, revived; to meet when and where they please; Quorum appointed; all that come to have Voices. To sit de die in diem, and make Report.
-, 1647, several appointed, 17 Nov. Appointments in Part disagreed to by Lords, Order for passing their Accounts without FeesThe Committee for their Accounts revived; to consider of paying the Charge of passing them out of the public Revenue, and how they may be discharged of old Debts in the Viscomtall, the great Roll, the Pipe, and old Seizures; Ordinance for these Purposes, ordered, Four impowered to proceed to Business, 10 Jan.Conference to be desired with Lords concerning such as are not settled between both Houses. Desired, and agreed to.

Sherrington, Francis, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 14 Dec.

Sherwood, Robert. Vide Newman, Edward.
-, Dr. 1647, Information that he had preached in London; the Committee of plundered Ministers to send for him, and injoin him not to preach, 23 Apr.

Sherwyn, John, 1647, appointed Captain of a Ship, 17 Mar.

Shirley, Lady, 1647, Order for bestowing 100. upon her for the Interment of her Husband, and Relief of her Family, 16 Oct.Agreed to by Lords, 6 Jan.

Shrewsbury, 1646, Order for keeping a Garison of 100 Foot in the CastleFor disgarisoning the Town, and slighting the new Works, 25 Feb.For continuing the Governor of the Castle, 24 Mar.
-, 1647, Order for paying 300. to the Garison, in Part of their Arrears, 4 Oct.
-, Lord, 1647, Order from Lords for dispensing with him and his Wife to stay in Town, 21 Dec.

Shrimpton, William, 1646, Certificate of his Accounts, read; Account allowedOrder for allowing him 3 d. in the Pound for Money received and paid by him, 4 Mar.

Sidenham, Henry, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 22 Dec.

Sidney, Colonel, Algernoon, 1646, Order for paying him 2,000. upon Account; 4 Jan.Leave given him to go into Ireland; his Service here to be dispensed with.
-, 1647, House to consider his Services, 8 Apr.

Sidway, Thomas, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 30 Mar.

Signet Seal, 1647, Order for keeping it with the Great Seal, 11 Feb.

Silly Island, 1646, Governor's Petition, and the Two first Articles of Surrender, read; Resolution that the Governor, upon Surrender thereof, and taking the Negative Oath and Covanant, shall enjoy his Estate, and be free from Arrests for any Act of War, 5 Jan. Agreed to by Lords, Report from them concerning appointing a Governor. They put House in mind thereof, 1 Feb. Report to be considered, Governor has Leave to return home, leaving a Deputy, The Island to be continued with 200 Foot in itThe Mount with The Denny with 100, The Committee of the Navy to satisfy a Bill of Exchange drawn for Corn taken up for Relief of the Island, Previous Question for appointing a Governor, AffirmativeCaptains of the Mount and Denny appointed, 12 Mar.
-, 1647, Order from Lords appointing a Governor, agreed to, 29 June.
-, 1648, no Money to be paid to him or the Garison till he declares for whom he stands, 18 Apr.Order for setting forth Ships for Safety of the Place, 11 JulyLetters concerning the Governor and Garison; Order for paying 1,000. towards their SatisfactionThe Committee of the West to consider their Condition, and how to supply them, and settle a constant Pay for them; Letter to acquaint them therewith, ordered.

Silver, foreign, 1647, Ordinance from Lords concerning it, read, and passed, 15 Oct.

Simson, Mr. 1647, desired to preach, 18 Aug.

Simpson, Francis, 1646, Sheriff's Petition upon Occasion of an Order for bringing him, a Prisoner in Execution, to the Bar, and his Letter, severally read; Order for Habeas Corpus under the Great Seal to bring him and the Causes of his Imprisonment, 8 Dec. Return of the Habeas Corpus and the Causes of his Imprisonment, read; previous Question for discharging him, Neg. Order for remanding him to Prison.

Sixby, Mr. 1647, Information that he was stayed going to Kent; Order for discharging him, 16 June.

Skelton, John, 1647, the Committees of Complaints and Indemnity to forbear proceeding against him till further Order, 14 Mar.

Skinner, Thomas, 1647, to be summoned to appear at a Committee, to answer Matters objected against him, 2 Oct.
-, Augustine, 1648, Order for removing the late Bishop of Rochester out of the Manor House at Bromley, and delivering Possession thereof to him, 20 Apr. Lords Concurrence to be desired, Time inlarged for putting him into Possession, 16 May. Agreed to by Lords.

Skippon, Major-general Philip, 1646, Question for deferring the Debate concerning appointing him Governor of Newcastle, Gateside, and Tinmouth Castle, Neg. Previous Question for approving him, Affirmative, 11 Dec. Sent to Lords. Returned, with a Proviso; Proviso agreed to, Resolution that this Government shall be no Prejudice to him in the Government of BristolOrder for paying him 500. for his extra Charges in convoying the Money to be paid to the Scots, His Letter readAnother from Lords, 9 Feb. Letter to him, read, and agreed to, 3 Mar.
-, 1647, his Letter read, 1 Apr.Order appointing him Field-marshal of Ireland, and Commander in Chief of the Forces there; a Committee to acquaint him therewith. His Answer to be reported. Reported; to be thanked for his Willingness to accept the EmploymentsOrder for bestowing 1,000. upon him for his great and faithful Services. Agreed to by Lords. Vide IrelandTo be thanked for his Services in the Government of Newcastle; a Committee to consider of a Recompence to him in Acknowlegement thereof, 30 Dec.
-, 1648, the Committee of Accounts to receive, perfect, and certify his Accounts, 3 Apr.Ordinance for settling 1,000. per Annum upon him and his Heirs for ever, ordered, Ordinance appointing him Commander in Chief of the Militia of London, and the whole Militia within the Lines, read, and passed, 16 May. Agreed to by Lords. Vide LondonA Committee to prepare something in Vindication of his Honour, Votes reported; to be printed, and set up in the most public Places in the City, 10 July The Committee at Derby House to grant him a Commission to raise a Regiment of Horse for the Safety of the Parliament, 3 July. Vide ParliamentVotes from Lords concerning him.

Skipton, 1646, to be disgarisoned, and made untenable, 26 Feb.

Skipwith, William, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 27 May.
-, David, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 5 Jan.
-, Ralph, 1648, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 22 Apr.

Skrimshire, Colonel, 1648, to be exchanged for Major Langley, 12 Aug.

Skutt, Captain William, 1646, appointed Governor of Poole, 13 Mar.

Slaughter, Major, 1647, to be removed from the Tower to the King's Bench, 1 Oct.
-, Henry, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 17 Dec.

Sleigh, John, 1648, Petition to be read, 5 Aug. Order for paying him 600. with Interest, towards his Pay and Disbursements; Ordinance for that Purpose, ordered. Read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired.

Slingsby, Sir Francis, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 28 May.
-, Thomas, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 16 Dec.

Smalley, Mr. Vide James, King.

Smith, Thomas, 1646, Ordinance from Lords appointing him Commissioner of the Navy, 18 Dec.They put House in mind thereof; Ordinance read, and passed, 26 Aug.
-, Francis, 1646, Order for paying him 294. for Provisions delivered in Ireland, and Money lent to Lord Inchiquin, 20 Jan. Agreed to by Lords.
-, Jane. Vide Roberts, Margaret.

Smithson, Major, 1648, Order for bestowing 200. upon him, and paying 300. in Part of his Arrears, 28 Aug.

Smythe, Nicolas, 1646, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 26 Jan.
-, George, 1647. Vide Privileges.
-, Dr. Peter. Vide Barley.

Snell, George, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 18 Jan.

Snoden, Rutland, 1648, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 22 Apr.

Soame, Dr. 1647, Information that he had preached in London; the Committee of plundered Ministers to send for him, and injoin him not to preach, 23 Apr.
-, Sir Thomas, 1647, Order for repaying him 1,440. with Interest, advanced for the Service of the Parliament; Lords Concurrence, to be desired, 6 May.
-, John, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 15 Dec.

Soap, 1647, the Committee for that Business, revived; to meet de die in diem, and make Report, 10 Nov.Ordinance for punishing Sir Henry Compton and others, for monopolizing the making and selling thereof, and for other High Crimes and Misdemeanors, committed, 14 Dec.

Soldiers. Vide Officers.
-, maimed, 1646, Petitions of those in the Savoy, and of their Apothecaries, read; Order for 1,000. to the Physicians, Surgeons, and Apothecaries, employed in the Cure of maimed and sick SoldiersFor 200. to Surgeons and others for curing those brought up from Naseby, 7 Dec.Order for paying the 50. per Week allowed for Relief of Soldiers Widows, 20 Feb. Agreed to by Lords, Order for 1,200. for their Relief, out of the Sale of Woods; the Committee for them to consider of making up the Deficiency, if any, and the Accounts of the Surgeons and Apothecaries, and of an additional 50. per Week, and to require a List of maimed Soldiers, 4 Mar.
-, 1647, Order for additional 50. per Week; Ordinance for that Purpose orderedOrder for an Allowance, and Passes to such as are to go to Bath, 9 Apr.Ordinance for Relief of maimed Soldiers, Widows and Orphans, ordered, 27 May. Read twice, and committed; reported, and passed; agreed to by Lords, Explanatory Ordinance read, and passed; agreed to by Lords, 10 Aug.Petition of Wives and Widows whose Accounts remain in the military Garden, read; Order for paying them 3,000. towards Satisfaction of their Arrears; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 2 JuneOrder for paying a Proportion to Widows whose Husbands Accounts are made up, 21 Aug.Petition of sick and wounded Soldiers in the Savoy; Order for paying the Remainder of 12,000. formerly assigned them, 16 JuneAnother Petition; Order for paying the Remainder of the Wood-monies, 3 July. Petition referred to a Committee, Petition of maimed Soldiers, Widows and Orphans, who receive weekly Allowances, and Ordinance for them, read; Petition and Ordinance, referred to a Committee to prevent Obstructions to the putting it in ExecutionOrdinance for transferring One Sixth Part of the additional Excise for Payment of maimed Soldiers, read, and passedOrdinance for disposing One Moiety of the Fines of the Excise to their Relief, read, and re-committed. Severally agreed to by Lords, General's Letter, with their Petition inclosed, read; Order for allowing each 4s. 8d. per Week, during the Time of his CureFor paying 30. per Week to the Treasurers, 21 Aug. Letter to the Judges of Assize and Justices for putting in Execution Ordinances for their Relief, read, and agreed to, 21 Aug.3 Mar.Petition of several in the Savoy; Order for the due and constant Pay of 130. per WeekPetition of maimed Officers and Soldiers, in behalf of themselves and many poor Widows, read, and referred to the Committee, 1 Sept.Petitions of those in the Savoy, and those paid at Christchurch, and the Hospitals in and about London, severally read, and referred, 11 Nov.Another read; Order for bringing in the Arrears of the Wood-monies, 7 Dec. Account thereof reported; Order for paying the Money, agreed to by Lords, Additional Ordinance for more effectual Relief of sick and maimed Soldiers, read, and passed. Agreed to by Lords, Their Petition read, 6 Jan.Petition of above Four hundred, read; Ordinance for assigning a Moiety of the Forfeitures upon the Excise for their Relief, orderedGeneral's Letter, with their humble Address, read; Order for sitting of the Committee de die in diem; all that come to have Voices; the Committee to take Course for putting in Execution Ordinances for their ReliefA Committee to prepare Ordinance for selling the Materials of Ely Cathedral, for that Use, 3 Mar.
-, 1648, General's Letter, touching Propositions for their Relief, referred to a Committee, 25 Mar.Petition of many Hundreds in the Savoy, read; Order for lodging them in Ely House, 14 Apr. The Rent to be paid by the State Order for paying 1,000. to their Apothecaries, & c. 18. Agreed to by Lords, Petition of Sixty in the Savoy, & c.; Order for bestowing 200. on those going to Bath, 1 May. The Committee of the Revenue to pay the Money, and reimburse themselves out of the Proceed arising by the Sale of the Duke of York's Horses, Order for a Moiety of the Collections next Fast-day for their Relief, 9 June Petition of Treasurers; Order for an additional Salary of 50. per AnnumPetition of maimed Soldiers; Order for additional Allowance of 100. per Week, Agreed to by Lords, 4 July.

Soleby, Edward, 1646, to be sent for in safe Custody, 7 Dec.

Solstentoll, Charles, 1647, appointed Captain of a Ship, 17 Mar.

Somaster, Lieutenant Samuel, 1647, Order for paying him 350. in full Satisfaction of all Demands, 21 Mar. Agreed to by Lords.
-, 1648, his Petition referred to the Committee at Goldsmiths Hall, 23 Aug.

Somerscale, Thomas, 1647, Ordinance from Lords appointing him Comptroller of the Customs at Hull, read, and passed, 3 Feb.

Somerset, Sir John. Vide Worcester, Earl of.

Somerset County, 1647, Petition of well-affected Inhabitants, read; Thanks thereupon, 27 Sept.Order appointing High Sheriff, and for a Commission to him, 17 Nov. Agreed to by Lords, Members sent down for bringing in the Arrears of the Assessments of 600,000. The Committee of the Army to prepare Instructions for them, and a Letter to hasten the Payment, 23 Dec. Instructions and Letter reported, read, and agreed to.
-, 1648, Order for a Letter to the Committee, to require them to raise and pay Monies to the Regiments marching from Bristol to South Wales, 28 Mar.Presentment of the grand Inquest to the Judges, read, and referred to the Committee of public Grievances, 18 Apr.Members to present to the Commissioners of the Great Seal Names of fit Persons to be Justices of Peace in the County, 1 May Member sent down for Preservation of the Peace thereof; Power given him to raise a Regiment of HorseLetter to be sent to a Gentlemen, to desire him to employ his best Endeavours for the same Purpose, Ordinance for paying the Forces in the County, ordered, 1 Aug.
-, House, 1647, a Committee to take care the Prince Elector, and Members of both Houses, now at Whitehall, may be accommodated there, 14 Jan.Order for fitting up the Chapel.

Southampton County, 1646, Petition of Officers and Soldiers, read; Order for paying them 6,000. upon Account, 24 Jan.
-, 1647, Order appointing High Sheriff, and for a Commission to him, 17 Nov. Disagreed to by Lords; House adhere to their Vote, Members sent down to bring in the Arrears of the Assessments of 600,000.; the Committee of the Army to prepare Instructions for them, and Letter to hasten the Payment, 23 Dec. Instructions and Letter reported, read, and agreed to.
-, 1648, Sheriff has Leave to reside out of the County, 4 Apr.The Committee impowered to raise Forces; Lords Concurrence to be desiredCommittees added, 27 June Gentlemen of the County to advise with the Committee at Derby House for Preservation of the Peace thereof, 4 July The Committee impowered to raise a Troop of Horse; Captain appointed. Agreed to by Lords, Committees added for Execution of all Ordinances, 11 Aug.
-, Town, 1646, Comptroller of the Customs appointed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 5 Dec.
-, 1647, Order for disgarisoning it, and slighting the new Works, 4 Oct.
-, 1648, Letter from thence; Order for additional Forces and GunnersFor sending down Arms and AmmunitionFor raising 200 Men, and drawing them into the Town For making the Fortifications to Sea-ward, 25 JulyFor Mayor to inlist Persons under the Governor; Lords Concurrence to be desired, Order from Lords for Three Persons to go to the Fair.

Southbrent, 1647, Ordinance from Lords, appointing a Vicar, to be read, 29 Mar.

Southcoate, George, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 14 Dec.

South-sea Castle, 1646, to be continued a Garison, with the same Number of Men as are now established, 2 Mar.
-, 1647, Commander to receive Orders from the Governor of Portsmouth, 22 June. Lords Concurrence signified.

Southwark, 1647, Order approving the late Action of the Inhabitants in joining with the Army, agreed to by Lords, 11 Aug.Their Petition to be read, Ordinance from Lords for the Militia thereof, and of the adjacent Parts, read twice, and passed, 9 Sept.A Committee to prepare additional Ordinance concerning them, 15 Oct.Ordinance read, and re-committed, 30 Dec.
-, 1648, another additional Ordinance ordered, read twice, and committed, 12 Apr. Reported, and passed. Agreed to by Lords, Names of fit Persons to be Committees of the Militia, ordered, 22 MayThe Militia to be joined with the City Militia, 5 July. Ordinance for that Purpose, read twice, and committed; Petitions read, and referred.

Souton, Colonel, 1648, Order for discharging him, 3 June.

Spadman, Thomas. Vide Althorp.

Spanish Ambassador, 1647, Message from Lords concerning his raising Soldiers, 27 Jan. Relation thereof, and their Order read; Business referred to the Committee for foreign Affairs, Members to desire him to forbear making Bonfires, 6 June.

Sparrow, Colonel John, 1648, his Letter to Sir Harbottle Grimston, read, 27 June.

Spaven, Robert, 1647, Order from Lords appointing him Master of the Armoury, 1 Mar. They put House in mind thereof.

Speaker, 1646, to take Bail, 25 Dec.
-, 1647. Vide PrivilegesOrder for continuing to him the Power of giving Passports to the Parliament's Soldiers, desirous of serving foreign Princes, 4 MayFor him to observe former Orders concerning the Rising of House at 12 o'Clock, Message to him desiring his Attendance; Messengers Report; Debate thereon; Ministers sent for from the Assembly; Prayers; new Speaker chosen; excuses himself; Excuse not admitted; Message to Lords, acquainting them therewith, and Answer; House presents him at their Bar; Choice approved, 30 JulyLate Speaker's Declaration read, Speaker to have Power to grant Passes to go beyond Sea, 3 Aug.To issue Warrant for the Removal of a Prisoner, 20 Nov.
-, 1648, to issue Warrants for breaking open Doors, 21 JuneGives a casting Vote, 28 July.

Speckart, Dorothy, 1647, Petition read; Order for bestowing 100. on her for her present Subsistence, 11 Nov.

Spencer, John, 1648, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 28 Mar.

Spies, 1648, General to be desired to grant Commissions for trying those come from the revolted Ships, by martial Law, 14 Aug.

Spiller, Sir Henry, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 9 Mar.

Spring Garden, 1647, Order against walking there on Sundays and Fast-daysKeeper to sell no Liquors, 31 Mar.

Squibbe, Captain Stephen, 1648, appointed Commander of a Ship, 17 May.

Squire, Scipio, 1647, the Committee of plundered Ministers to examine how far he was concerned in a late Riot, 30 Dec.
-, Thomas, 1647, Petition of his Executor, read; Report touching Monies taken from him by Authority of Parliament, to he made, 4 Mar. Made; Question for Re-commitment, Neg. Resolution for charging it as a Debt to the State; Questions for charging it upon the ExciseUpon the Receipts at Goldsmiths Hall, severally Neg.Order for paying his Executor out of Delinquents Estates. Agreed to by Lords.

Stafford County, 1646, previous Question for allowing them 4,000. for disbanding their Forces, and sending them into Ireland, Affirmative; main Question, Neg. 7 Dec.Committee added to the Committee of Sequestrations; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 6 Feb.
-, 1647, Order appointing High Sheriff, and for a Commission to him, 17 Nov. Agreed to by Lords, Leave given him to reside out of the County, 16 Dec. Lords Concurrence signified, Members sent down for bringing in the Arrears of the Assessments of 600,000.; the Committee of the Army to prepare Instructions for them, and Letter to hasten the Payment. Instructions and Letter reported, read, and agreed to.
-, 1647, new Writ, 22 Oct.
-, Town, 1646, Moiety of the Collections next Fast-day within the Bills of Mortality, to be disposed of for Relief of the poor visited Inhabitants, 26 Dec.Order for continuing a Garison with 50 Men, 2 Mar.Appointing a Governor.
-, 1647, Order for slighting the Garison, 13 JulyFor paying them 300. in Part of their Arrears, 4 Oct.
-, 1648, Governor's Letter read; Order for a Letter of Thanks for preserving the Town, 14 Aug.Another Letter, touching his good Success against Duke Hamilton, read; Order for a Reward to the MessengerFor a Letter of Thanks.
-, 1647, Report concerning the Election; Mr. Swynsen's Election voted good, 24 July.

Stage-plays, 1647, Order for suppressing them, Bear-baitings, and Bull-baitings, 16 July. Returned from Lords, with Amendments; Amendments agreed to; Continuance thereof, Order for putting it in Execution, 11 Aug.Ordinance for suppressing them, read, and passed, 16 Oct. Agreed to by Lords, Another to the same Purport, ordered; Justices of Peace, the Committee of the City Militia, & c. to suppress them, 22 Jan. Ordinance read. Read Second time, and passed, 9 Feb. Agreed to by Lords, Ordinance from Lords for suppressing them, read, nothing done thereupon, 31 Jan.
-, 1648, the Committee of Complaints to consider the Breaches of the Ordinance, and put them in Execution, with Power to send for Offenders, 23 JuneThe Committee of the Militia to take care the Materials in the several Playhouses be made unuseful for that Service; Major-general Skippon to assist them with Horse, if necessaryA Committee to sit de die in diem to put the Ordinances in Execution, receive Informations, examine Neglects, and redress them, 26 July.

Stamford, Earl of, 1646, Lords Desires concerning him, read; former Orders for an Allowance to him, to be complied with, 1 Jan.

Stamper, Richard, 1647, Order for paying him 300. for Reparation of Goods taken from him, 21 Apr.

Standish, 1648, Ordinance appointing a Rector, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 21 Apr.

Stanley, Ferdinando, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 10 Jan.

Stanstead, 1647, Ordinance for making it a distinct Parish, read twice, and committed, 31 Jan.

Stapeley, Antony, 1647, to have Pass for himself, Tutor, and Servant, to go beyond Sea, 17 Dec.

Stapleton, Bryan, 1646, the Committee of Accounts to state his Accounts, 6 Jan.

Starkey, Philip, 1647, Petition; Order for paying him 200. with Interest, 8 Mar.

Starre, Colonel, 1647, the Committee of Accounts to receive, state, and certify his Accounts, 14 Apr.

Staunton, Thomas, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 16 Sept.
-, William, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 23 Dec.

Steele, William, 1647, to be recommended to Lord Mayor, & c. to be Recorder; Conference to be desired with Lords thereupon; Managers appointed, 29 Jan. Conference desired, agreed to, and held.

Stephens, William, 1646, his Commission from the King, to be presented, 6 Jan.Sir Richard Onslow's Letter, and the Protection inclosed, read; Business referred to the Committee of Complaints.
-, George, 1647, to be summoned to attend, 8 Sept. Information concerning him and Mr. Gewen, referred to a Committee, 23 Nov.
-, John, 1647, Ordinance for Reparation to him out of Sir Jacob Astley's Estate, read, and passed, 22 Dec. Agreed to by Lords.
-, Henry, 1648, his Petition, and Report from the Committee for Irish Affairs, readResolution for allowing 1,400. 1s. as a Debt of the StateTouching the manner of paying it, 18 May.

Sterborough. Castle, 1648, Order for making it indefensible, 4 July.

Sterling, Major-general Robert, 1647, intercepted Letters from him to the Scots General and others, read; Order for sending over him and his Servant from Ireland; a Committee to prepare Letter to Lord Inchiquin for that Purpose, 18 Sept Letter read, and re-committed, Lord Inchiquin's Answer read, 2 Nov.Letter concerning his Arrival; Serjeant to send for him up. Lords to be acquainted therewith, 9 The Committee for Irish Affairs to examine him, 13 Dec.His Petition from Lords, read, and to be considered, 13 Jan. They put House in mind thereofOrder for making Report, 22 Jan.2 Feb.Another Petition from Lords, with special Recommendation, 1 Mar. They put House in mind thereof.

Steward, William, 1647, Ordinance for repaying him 3,600. read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 21 Apr.
-, Richard, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 6 Jan.

Stewart, Nicolas, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 16 Dec.

Stoakley, George, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 7 Mar.

Stockton Castle, 1646, to be disgarisoned, and made untenable, 26 Feb.
-, 1647, new Works to be slighted, 13 July.

Stockton, Thomas, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 27 May.

Stone, Captain Henry, 1646, appointed Governor of Stafford, 17 Mar.

Stoneham, 1646, Ordinance from Lords appointing a Minister, 20 Feb.

Stores, public, 1647, the Keepers to issue such Ordnance, & c. as they shall receive Warrants for from the Committee at Derby House, 31 July.
-, 1648, a Committee to consider of a monthly Establishment for furnishing them, and taking off Salt Petre, 22 May Order for 4,000. to furnish them; the Committee of the Navy to consider how it may be raised, 27 JulyOrdinance for employing 7,000. Part of the 100,000. formerly assigned to the Scots for providing Powder, ordered, 25 Aug. Read twice, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired.

Story, Thomas, 1648, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 1 July.

Stowell, Sir John, 1647, Order for proceeding to his Trial; Solicitor appointed, 19 Jan.

Strachan, Captain John, 1646, Petition referred to the Committee of Soldiers, 25 Dec.
-, 1647, another Petition; Order for paying him 393. in full Discharge of all his Demands, 14 May.
-, 1648, Order for bestowing 200. upon him, 28 Aug.

Strangewaies, Sir John, 1647, Petition read; Order for admitting him and his Son to their Compositions; the Committee at Goldsmiths Hall to compound with them; Compositionmoney to be employed for the Service of the Navy, 9 Mar. Resolution for setting a Fine of 10,000. upon them; Member to treat with Sir John about Times of Payment.
-, 1648, his Petition to be read, 17 Apr. Read, with a former Vote; his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, ordered. His 5th and 20th Parts to be included in his Fine. Ordinance read twice, and recommitted.

Strickland, Walter, 1646, his Credentials to the States of the United Provinces, read, and agreed to, 1 Mar.
-, 1647, a Committee to prepare Letter to him concerning Two Ships taken by De Witt, 8 Apr. Letter read, and agreed toThe Committee of the Navy to prepare another, touching a Combination of some Merchants that hold Correspondence with the Irish Rebels, and set forth Ships of Reprisal, Leave given him to come home; Order for acquainting him therewith, and for a Ship for his Convoy, 20 Aug.Letter requiring him to repair into Holland forthwith, ordered, 4 Jan.A Committee to prepare Instructions for him, 2 Feb. Report that they are ready His Credentials to the States General, and the States of the particular Provinces, read, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence to be desired, Leave given him to come home for a Week, 13 Mar.
-, Mr. 1647, desired to preach, 26 MayHis Petition read.
-, Thomas, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 13 July.
-, Sir William, 1647, to be excused for his Absence on the Call of House, and from attending on the Day appointed, 14 Oct.

Stroad, John, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 10 JuneReturned from Lords, with Amendments, 15 Mar.
-, Joan, 1647, her Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning her Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 17 Dec.
-, 1648, returned from Lords with Amendments; Amendments agreed to, 22 Apr.

Strode, Colonel William, 1647, Certificate of his Accounts to be read, 14 May.
-, 1648, Information against him; previous Question for giving him Notice to attend forthwith, Affirmative, 31 Mar.
-, Mr. 1646. Vide Privileges.

Strong, Mr. desired to preach, 31 Mar.7 June, 1647 26 July, 1648Thanked, and to print his Sermons, 28 Apr.9 June, 1647, 30 Aug. 1648.
-, William. Vide Dunstans in the West.

Stuckley, Thomas, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to desired, 27 Dec.

Studley, James, 1647, Resolution for indicting him of High Treason; Clerk of the Crown to prepare the Indictment; Managers and Solicitor appointed; Order for taking him into Custody, 25 Sept.Proclamation, for apprehending him, reported, read, and agreed to, 1 Oct.

Style, John, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 27 Jan.

Subsidies, 1646, Certificates of the Accounts of the Treasurers for the Four Subsidies granted 16 Car. Regis, read; Account approved; Order for paying the Remainder in their Hands; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 15 Feb.

Suffolk, 1647, Members to write into the Country for suppressing a Petition against the Army, 6 Apr.Order appointing High Sheriff, and for a Commission to him, 17 Nov. Agreed to by Lords, Members sent down for bringing in the Arrears of the Assessments of 600,000. the Committee of the Army to prepare Instructions for them, and a Letter to hasten the Payment, 23 Dec. Instructions and Letter read, and agreed to, Sheriff has Liberty to come to London, 15 Jan.Order from Lords to that Purpose, agreed to.
-, 1648, Members sent down for Preservation of the Peace of the County, 22 JuneOne sent for settling the Militia, Ordinance for paying their Forces One Month's Pay, ordered, Ordinance for raising 16,000. out of the County, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 27 JulyLetter of Thanks to the Gentlemen of the County, with Promise that House will see their Engagements discharged, ordered, 5 JulyOrdinance for sequestering Delinquents Estates for raising Forces for the Safety of the County, ordered, 1 Sept.
-, Earl of, 1647, Resolution for impeaching him of High Treason; Impeachment to be sent to Lords, with Desire that he may be sequestered from House and committed, 8 Sept. Message desiring them to appoint a Day for bringing up the Articles, 17 Sept.14 Oct.Day appointed. A Committee to prepare them, Message from Lords desiring a speedy Proceeding; Articles to be reported, 29 Nov.To be read, 1 Dec.Message to Lords desiring a longer Time for bringing them up; agreed to, Orders and Warrants signed by him, and other Informations and Matters of Evidence, reported, and read, Articles reported; Evidence, to each read, and applied, by the Reporters; Articles, Title, and Conclusion, agreed to, 29 Jan. Sent to Lords.
-, 1648, Resolution against proceeding further upon his Impeachment, 3 June. To be communicated to Lords; Message from them that they will discharge him unless House proceed by a Day appointed.

Summer Islands, 1647, Petition concerning them referred to the Committee for Barbadoes, 16 July.

Sun, a Ship. Vide Rogers, John.

Sunday, 1646, Ordinance for better Observation thereof, to be printed, with the Ordinance for better Observation of the Fastdays; Members to send them into their respective Counties, & c. 9 Dec.Order for putting them in Execution. Returned from Lords with Amendments; Amendments agreed to.
-, 1647, City Magistrates to put them in ExecutionA Committee to prepare Ordinance for more effectual Observation thereof, 30 JuneOrdinance read twice, and committed, 23 Feb.Committee to meet de die in diem, 16 Mar.
-, 1648, additional Ordinance for more strict Observation thereof, and of Fast Days, read twice, and re-committed to the Committee that brought it in, 29 Mar. Read twice, and committed, The Committee of Complaints to consider the Breaches thereof, with Power to send for Offenders and put the Ordinances in Execution, 23 JuneAnother Committee to sit de die in diem, and put them in Execution 26 July.

Sunderland, Langdale, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Con currence to be desired 5 Jan.

SUPPLY.
-, Application of Public Moneys.
-, 1646, Order for 200. for Colonel Aldriche, 5 Dec. 1,200. for Physicians and Surgeons attending maimed Soldiers, 50. for Elizabeth Atkyn40. for Mrs. Pinkney 100. for Mary Blague40. for Joan Morgan1,700. for telling and carrying the Scots Money, 1,500. for Colonel Purefoy750. for Sir Walter Erle, 1,000. for necessitous Officers, & c. 300. for Mr. Pierrepoint, 15 500. for Earl of Worcester's Funeral500. for Lord Docwra's Funeral, 36,994. 19s. 6d. for Maurice Gethin and others, 600. for Sir William Lister's Lady 2,000. for Colonel Carter500. for Major-general Skippon, 5,000. for Ireland1,000. for Lady Moore 300. and 300. per Annum for Mrs. Chichester4. per Week for Lady Denny, 500. for Colonel Blague 2,000. for the Inhabitants of Bemister, 5,000. for Lord Gray of WarkeA Month's Pay for Captain Fisher, 200. for Robert Coker, 1,000. for Sir John Merrick 2,000. for Mr. Whitelock, 1,000. for Mr. Pury 1,000. for Mr. Hodges500. for a Jewel for the Earl of Leven, 2 Jan.300. and 500. per Annum, for the Privy Counsellors of Ireland2,000. for Sir Hardres Waller2,000. for Colonel Sidney, 336. 14s. 6d. for Johnson and Knight, 2,500. for the Commissioners appointed to receive the King at Newcastle, 10,000. for Lord Say 6,000. for Sir Benjamin Rudyer5,000. for Sir Rowland Wandesford3,250. for Charles Fleetwood3,000. for Nathanael Bacon100. for Thomas Windall2,166. for Colonel Waite500. for Robert Fogg, 2,033. 3s. 2d. for Major-general Browne4,482. 13s. 6d. for Sir Samuel Luke4,000. for the Yorkshire Forces, 100. for Mrs. Balston, 200. for Elizabeth Buller1,500. for Lady Fairfax, 5,000. for Mr. Holles5,000. for Mr. John Selden7,000. for Sir John Elliot5,000. for Sir Peter Heyman5,000. for Mr. Walter Long5,000. for Mr. Strode5,000. for Mr. Benjamin Valentine500. for a Monument to Sir Miles Hobart10,445. 12s. 2d. for Mr. Vassall5,000. for Mr. John Hampden380. for Mrs. Herle100. for Lady Mary Leigh2,000. and a weekly Allowance of 166. for Portsmouth and Hurst Castle, 10,000. for the Earl of Northumberland1,000. for repairing the Pier of Lyme2,000. per Annum for the Trustees for Sale of Bishops Lands, 100. for Sir Peter Killegrew 100. for Mr. Jenks180. for Browne and Baker200. for Lord Castlestewart200. for Francis Smith200. for Sir Henry Vane, senior, 500. for Soldiers that brought up Dr. Hudson60. for Serjeants Deputies, 6,000. for the Southampton Horse2,205. 3s. 6d. for Colonel Thompson, 500. for Lieutenant General Cromwe500. for Colonel Morgan, 200. for Sir Peter Killegrew, 1,400. for the Forces at Belfast500. for Colonel Temple 100. for Mr. Basil6. per Week for Lady Ranelagh100. for Anne Wyberroe, 200. for Sir James Barry, 1 Feb.100. for Captain Thompson3,000. for the Charges of the King's Journey to Holmby House, 200. per Annum for General Points700. for a Jewel for the Earl of Leven, 4,071. 15s. 10d. for Colonel Barton, 3,000. for Mr. Meldrun, 2,000. for Colonel Ceely, 13 2,000. for Colonel Greve, 3,000. for the Earl of Ormond22,877. 19s. 7d. for Ireland, 20. for Richard Hooke20. for Thomas Butler, 10,000. for Ireland, 100 Marks for Nathanael Barnet10. a Week for the Townsmen of Taunton, 2 Mar.3,155. 15s. 10d. for Lord Willoughby of Parham1,200. for maimed Soldiers, 1,984. 3s. 1d. for Sir William Constable, 1,000. for Colonel Antony Rous, 100. for the Isle of Sarke, 60,000. per Mensem for the Armies in England and Ireland, 7, 467. for Mr. Pierrepoint, 200. for Ministers sent to Ireland, 23.
-, 1647, Two Months Arrears and a Month's Advance for Forces to be transported into Ireland500. for Colonel Samuel Birch, 26 Mar.300. for Mr. Hartlibb, 50. a Week for maimed Soldiers, 9 Apr.4,000. for Lady Brooke 500. for Mr. Sanderson12,000. for Dublin, 50. a-piece to the Messengers of the Committee of both Kingdoms 100. for the Messenger of the Army300. for Richard Stamper1,074. 17s. 4d. for the Treasurers of the Adventurers for additional Forces by Sea for Ireland, 4,000. for William Sykes, 1,000. for Major-general Skippon, 1,750. for Mr. Potter, 1 May3,000. for Alderman Pennington, 1,000. for Lady Moore1,440. for Sir Thomas Soame10,000. for Relief of poor indigent Persons Interest for 1,000. to Sir John Dreiden, and others 2,591. 17s. 6d. for Mr. Vassall, 2,500. for Mr. Selden2,500. for Mr. Valentine, 987. 2d. for Capt. Charles Pym17,138. 10s. 11d. for reduced Officers 7,728. 11s. 8d. for Dutch Officers100. for Major Boza 50. for Mary Rawlins293. for Captain Strachan 300. for Susanna Abercromy10. for the Commissioners with the Army, 40,000. for the Forces that disband and engage for Ireland, 1,500. for the Earl of Ancram 18,000. for the Committee of the City Militia, 500. for repairing and re-edifying the Military Ground in St. Martin's in the Fields200. for repairing and re-edifying the Military Yard in Tothill-fields150,000. for paying the Arrears of the Army200. for Mrs. Pattenson300. for Captain Playford, 3,000. for Soldiers Widows, & c. 2 June10,000. for Officers whose Accounts are stated, 10,000. for certain Soldiers50. for Captain Titus, 200. for Sir Robert Pye's Troop100. for Edward Walford100. for Colonel Jackson and others200. for Colonel Groves, 10,000. for certain Soldiers, 10,000. for the Forces designed for Ireland, 200. for Captain Farmer's Dragoons10,000. for Officers and Soldiers come off from the Army, 4,907. 7s. 4d. for Colonel Birch 1,050. for Mr. Knight, 10,000. for the Forces of the Northern Association40,000. for Ireland, 200. for the Commissioners in the Army, 200. for Captain Lisle100. for Captain Freke, 2 July2,000. to Mr. Clerke upon Account20. 12s. to Henry Cleare, 20,000. for the Army200. for the Commissioners with the Army, 2,000. to Colonel Massey, 200. to the Countess of Kildare, 2,000. for repairing Lyme and Weymouth Piers10,000. for the Forces in Lempster 1,676. 19s. 4d. to Colonel Michael Jones, 380. to Colonel Mazier, 4,000. to Plymouth, 3 Aug. 1,500. to Lynne300. to the Commissioners with the Army 2,000. for Ireland5,642. to Captain Plunkett, 1,000. to Colonel Jones500. to Colonel Fenwicke1,000. to Colonel Moore500. to Colonel Conway200. to Sir John Gifford200. to Sir Henry Titchborne, 8,000. for the Garison of Plymouth, 400. to Isabel Pont 30. per Week to maimed Soldiers, 100. and 5s. weekly to Mrs. Pinade, 9 Sept.20. to Lady Pigott, 14 1,175. to Thomas Prince1,500. to Lynn, 1,000. for the Garison at Windsor200. for Repair of St. Margaret's Church10s. per Week to Lieutenant Colonel Davison, 1,000. to Lieutenant Colonel Rainsborough, 750. to Weymouth750. to Bristol480. to Southampton1,500. to Portsmouth1,200. to Lynn300. to Stafford300. to Shrewsbury450. to Windsor1,800. to Chester2,400. to Hull150. to Belvoir Castle360. to Pontefract450. to Scarborough, 4 Oct.100. quarterly to Dr. Usher1,030. to Colonel Thornhagh, 1,000. to Sir Thomas Maleverer, 100. to Lady Shirley, 1,200. to Lieutenant Colonel Gell, 2,500. to the Earl of Ormond100. to Colonel Castle, 4 Nov.40,000. to the Army, 100. to Dorothy Speckart, 500. to defray the King's Expences, 16 700. to Lady Willoughby, 10,000. for Plymouth, 50. to Captain Pigott, 1,000. to Lord Inchiquin 10,000. to the Province of Munster, 2,500. to Col. Needham100. to Sir Edward Povey600,000. for Arrears of the Soldiery, 18 Dec.1,663. to Captain Wingate 500. to Mr. Marshall500. to Mr. Rye, 319. 8s. 5d. to Captain Rich3,963. 18s. 5d. to William Sykes, 100. to Elizabeth Chambers, 5 Jan.1,000. to Sir William Middleton, 20,000. per Mensem for Ireland, 11 50. to Joanna Peytoe50. to Sarah Hayward50. to Mary Heathcott, 50. to Commissary Clayton50. to Captain St. George100. to Colonel Bampfield, 300. to Sir John Borlase, 50. to Sir Arthur Blundell, 70,000. for the Navy, 500. to the Commissioners going into Scotland, 500. to the Earl of Nottingham1,000. to William Ashurst, 1,000. to Robert Fenwicke, 3 Feb.200. to Martha Pygott, 1,000. to Colonel John Bingham1,000. to Colonel William Sydenham2,000. to Sir Charles Custe100. to Lady Cawfield2,000. to Lord Broghill, 400. to James Bamber and Richard Fleetwood 151. 6s. 3d. to Captain Thomas Ashley, 500. to Major Robert Harley, 9,016. to Major-general Browne1,448. to Colonel Edmund Harvey50. to William Assom350. to Major Andrew Jackson, 3 Mar. 200. to Mr. Starkey300. to Mr. Waldron.4,000. to Colonel Venn4,281. 18s. 4d. to Mr. Peck1,000. to Auditor Broad1,000. to Auditor Wilcox1,000. to Colonel Robert Blake1,681. 15s. to Mr. Wither5,000. to Colonel Legard, 791. to Captain Mansell's Administratrix, 2,155. 7s. 7d. to Captain Samuel Gardiner, 500. per Annum to the Duke of York, 5,121. to Lord Gray, 350. to Lieutenant Somester 1,000. to Sir Arthur Hasselrigg800. to John Mille600. to Lawrence Whittaker1,000. to Forces in the Isle of Wight, 1,500. to Lady Ellen Drake4. per Week to Lady Obryan4,000. to Lady Viscountess Moore2,000. to Lady Anne Harcourt, 2,500. for Cambridge University617. 15s. 6d. to Edward Husbands1,633. to Richard Willis, 24.
-, 1648, 500. to Bridget Farrer, 28 Mar.2,500. to Colonel Jephson779. 5s. 9d. to Sir Richard Houghton, 3 Apr.4,000. per Annum to the Commissioners of the Great Seal1,000. to Officers and Soldiers in Whitehall and the Meuse50. to Major Gray30. to Captain Nelson, 50. to Major Elsynge30. to Captain Chandler, 1,500. for Soldiers in the Tower, 30. to Captain Davies30. to Captain Barrington, 5,000. to Colonel Mitton1,000. per Annum to Major-general Skippon, 19 5,000. for repairing Newcastle and Tinmouth Castle 6,000. for repairing Hull, 500. for fortifying Scarborough Castle500. for Reparations at Bristol, 2 May 4,000. for Forces disbanded in Lancashire, 1,400. 1s. to Henry Stephens, 3,000. to disbanded Soldiers in Yorkshire, f42,000. to certain Officers and Soldiers 1,000. to Messengers and Intelligencers2,785. 6s. 2d. to Colonel Barwis and others, 3 June200. to Captain Batton, 360. to Colonel Moore27,566. 19s. 3d. to Officers from Munster, 200. to Captain Taylor1,000. to Mr. Lloyd, 602. to Lord Forbes200. to Lady Meldrum200. to Lord Cawfield, 35,000. to the Marquis of Argyle, 200. to Lady Gray200. to William Perkins, 500. to Nottingham Castle200. to the Governor2,000. in present for providing Saltpetre and Powder1,000. per Mensem for that Use50. to Dr. Dorislaus 500. to the Earl of Kildare300. to Colonel Wogan, 20 1,000. for fortifying Bristol, 40,000. for the Navy, 22 7,000. for the Northern Counties500. for Hull, 4,000. for Lancashire Forces100. for Security of Farnham 600. for repairing and victualling Chester Castle, Additional 100. per Week to sick and maimed SoldiersAdditional Salary of 50. per Annum to their Treasurer, 500. for repairing and victualling the Forts at Plymouth50. per Week for the Poor500. to Colonel Weldon4,000. for the Lancashire Forces, 1 July5,000. for raising and paying a Regiment of Horse for Safety of the Parliament, 100. to Colonel Butler100. to Quarter-master Fincher, 500. to Captain Henry Jervoise, 558. 13s. to Colonel James Hopton730. 4s. to Colonel William Herbert2,000. to Colonel Rosseter, 500. for Wallingford Castle, 500. to Colonel Arthur Hill, f1,000. to the Parliament Guards20,000. for the Northern Forces100. to William Osbourn and John Spencer1,000. for Forces in the Isle of Wight200. for victualling and repairing Hurst Castle, 4,000. for furnishing Stores800. for Tilbury Fort, 2,205. 12s. 6d. to Captain William Parsons 940. 3s. 1 d. to Lord Castlesteward350. to William Sykes400. to reduced Officers3,526. 12s. to other reduced Officers, 500. to Ralph Darnall2,000. to Richard Pigott1,300. to Richard Baker2,815. 18s. 10d. to Robert Carne and Co.2,090. to Ralph Darnall, 1 Aug.1,000. to Colonel Carter1,000. to Colonel Twisleton318. to Colonel Devereux, 100. to Commissioners to treat with the King, 600. to Mr. Sleigh, 7 300. to Mr. Frost, upon Account200. to Thomas Coke, 500. to Mrs. Needham1,000. for the Lancashire Forces, 600. to Leicestershire2,000. for Repair of Brampton Brian3,000. for Lieutenant-colonel John Lilbourne, 500. to Major Smithson200. to Mr. Evans200. to Adjutant Blackmore200. to Major Strachan, 282,010. to Colonel Waite, 29500. to Mr. Usbands, 305,000. to Sir Richard Darley500. to Sir Gerard Lowther500. to Sir Francis Willoughby500. to Sir Paul Davies200. to Sir James Barry50. to Mr. Rushworth, 31100. to Capt. Backhowse100. to Lieutenant Hill200. to certain Officers and Troopers, 1 Sept. Ordinances of Supply.
-, 1646, Ordinance for Tonage and Poundage, ordered, 2 Mar. Read twice; Blank filled up; Ordinance passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired.
-, 1646, Resolution for a monthly Assessment of 60,000. for Maintenance of the Forces in England and Ireland; Ordinance for that Purpose ordered, 16 Mar. To be read, 19. Read. Committed; the Committee to observe the Order of the House touching the Proportions.
-, 1647, Ordinance to be reported, 6 Apr. Reported; previous Questions for abating 1,000. per Mensen in DevonshireFor adding a Proviso concerning levying Moneys without Authority of Parliament; severally Neg.Proviso for exempting the Universities, read twice, and committed; reported, and passedProviso touching North Wales, read twice; nothing done thereuponProviso touching Payment of free Quarter, read twice; Instruction to be prepared for discharging it out of Monies levied by this OrdinanceProviso touching Southwark, read, and rejected; previous Question that the Commencement shall be 25th March, 1647, Affirmative; Ordinance passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, House put them in mind thereof, 13 MayOrder for printing and dispersing 6,000 CopiesLetters to be sent with them into the several Counties, to hasten the levying the Money, 6 JulyCommissioners added; Part concerning Commissioners in Bucks explained, 22 Oct.A Committee to prepare Letter for hastening the Payment of the Arrears, 13 Nov.Commissioners to appoint a Receiver-general; Order for a Salary for him, 23 Dec.
-, 1647, Ordinance for raising 200,000. upon Securities therein mentioned, for the Service of England and Ireland, ordered, 6 May. Read twice, and committed; Resolution for allowing the Treasurers One Peny in the Pound. Ordinance reported; Register Accountant appointed, with a Salary; Treasurers to allow such Salaries to his under Officers as they shall think fitProviso concerning exempting certain Delinquents Estates, read twice, and passed; Ordinance passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, Ordinance for Explanation thereof, and for better raising 30,000. for England and Ireland, ordered, 27 May. Read twice, and committed; Resolution for adding 12,000. for Payment of poor People that have advanced Monies upon the public Faith Proviso concerning Brokers purchasing Tickets, read, and committed, 1 June. Ordinance reported, and passed; agreed to by Lords.
-, 1647, Resolution for appointing 40,000. for disbanding Six Regiments; and for a Fortnight's Pay for those that are to go to Ireland; Ordinance for that Purpose ordered, 25 May. Read twice, and passed; agreed to by Lords.
-, 1647, Ordinance for securing the Officers and Soldiers, read; Blank filled up with 150,000. out of the Excise; Ordinance passed; agreed to by Lords, 28 May.
-, 1647, Ordinance for Tonage and Poundage, read; Continuance thereof, 30 Sept.Order for Second Reading, 1 Oct. Read, and committed. Committee sits, 5, 7, 11, 15, 25 & 29 Oct.3 & 6 Nov.The Committee to consider the Votes passed concerning the Customs, 12 Oct.Ordinance reported, and re-committed, 3 Nov.Reported from Re-commitmentClause concerning Forfeitures, read, debated, and agreed toQuestion for agreeing to the Clause appointing Commissioners of the Customs, Neg.Clause concerning the Allowance of 15. per Cent. agreed toProviso touching paying Impositions not mentioned herein, read, and rejected; Ordinance passed. House put Lords in mind thereof, 25 Nov.8 Dec. Ordinance returned with Amendments; Amendments read, and referred to a Committee. Report; House adhere to the Ordinance as sent up; Conference to be desired thereupon; a Committee to assign Reasons. Ordinance returned from Lords, with Amendments; Amendments agreed to; Ordinance to be printed.
-, 1647, Ordinance for raising 30,000. for Ireland, read twice, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 10 Nov.
-, 1647, Ordinance for raising 50,000. for Ireland, by Sale of Lands, read twice, and recommitted to the Committee that brought it in to fill up Blanks, 10 Nov.Returned from Lords, with a Proviso; Proviso read, and agreed to, with an additional Proviso, 12 Jan. Additional Proviso agreed to by Lords; Ordinance to be printed.
-, 1647, Ordinance for monthly Assessment of 20,000. for Ireland, read, 1 Jan. Read Second time; Resolution touching the Rates; Ordinance committed. Committee fits, 20 & 21. Ordinance to be reported, Reported; Proviso concerning the Universities added; Ordinance passed, 1 Feb. Returned from Lords with Amendments; Amendments agreed to. Ordinance to be printed.
-, 1647, Ordinance for renewing the Ordinance for the Assessment of 60,000. per Mensem Six Months longer, ordered, 17 Feb.Read twice, and committed, 1 Mar. Reported, and passed. Returned from Lords with Amendments; Amendments agreed to.
-, 1648, Additional Ordinance for explaining the Ordinance for raising 50,000. for Ireland, to be read, 25 Mar. Read, 15 Apr. Read Second time; Provisoes in behalf of Lady Honora Obryan and the Earl of Worcester's Daughters, to be added; Ordinance and Provisoes committed. Reported, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 22 May.
-, 1648, additional Ordinance for 60,000. per Mensem for Maintenance of Lord Fairefax's Forces, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 18 Apr.
-, 1648, Ordinance for an Imposition of 4s. per Chaldron on Coals, 4s. per Chaldron on Grindstones, and 4s. per Weigh on Salt from Newcastle, Sunderland, and Plymouth, ordered, 17 JulyRead, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 2 Aug.
-, 1648, Ordinance for the monthly Assessment of 60,000. for Six Months longer, ordered, 29 July.

Surry, 1647, Ordinance for enabling the Committee to reimburse themselves Money they stand engaged for, for the Soldiery of the County, ordered, 22 JulyTo be presented, 16 Mar. Read twice, and committed, Order appointing High Sheriff, and for a Commission to him, 17 Nov. Agreed to by Lords, Members sent down for bringing in the Arrears of the Assessments of 600,000.; the Committee of the Army to prepare Instructions for him, and a Letter to hasten the Payment, 23 Dec. Instructions and Letter reported, read, and agreed to, Petition of Farmers recommended by General, referred to the Committee of Indemnity.
-, 1648, Report, and High Constable's Warrant to the Town of Mortlake, communicated by Lords; their Order for suppressing Tumults, agreed to, 2 MayPetition of Gentlemen read; Petitioners called in; One informs House he was commanded to desire a speedy and satisfactory Answer; Officer of the Guard acquaints House that they had knocked down several Soldiers; thanked for his Care in the Safeguard of the Parliament, and ordered to continue it; Question for giving an Answer to the Petitioners, Neg. 16. A Committee to examine the whole Business, and bring in a Declaration thereupon, and state therein the Course that ought to be observed in presenting PetitionsThe Committee of the County to prevent tumultuous Meetings upon Pretence of Petitions, Gentlemen of the County to consider of a Course for allaying Discontents, Members appointed to go down; a Committee to prepare Instructions for them; Instructions reported, read, and agreed to. Returned from Lords with Amendments; Amendments agreed to. Power given them to meet when and where they pleaseDeclaration of the County to the Soldiers of Lord Fairefax's Army, read; the Committee for Printing to find out the Printer and Contriver, Desires of the Gentlemen, with Lords Sense thereupon, Order for the Soldiers to carry themselves inoffensively, if the People are quiet, The Committee appointed to the Business concerning the Petitioners, revived, and to proceed thereon; and prepare an Answer, 9 June. Answer reported and re-committed; reported from Re-commitment, and agreed to; Order for publishing it, The Committee at Derby House to take effectual Course to render all strong Places in the County indefensible; Gentlemen of the County to advise with them thereupon, 4 JulyOrder enabling the County Committee to raise a Troop of Horse, and appointing a Commander. Agreed to by LordsA Committee to examine who were Actors or Abettors in the late Insurrection, with Power to search for and secure Persons, Committees added to the Committee of the Sequestrations; Lords Concurrence to be desired, Ordinance for sequestering Delinquents, for raising and maintaining a Troop of Horse, read twice, and committed, 24 Aug. Reported; a Company of Foot to be added; Ordinance passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired.

Sussex, 1647, Order for sending Shipping to guard the Coasts, 1 Apr.Petition of Inhabitants read; Part thereof referred to the General, 27 Sept.Order appointing High Sheriff, and for a Commission to him, 17 Nov. Agreed to by Lords, Members sent down for bringing in the Arrears of the Assessments of 600,000.; the Committee of the Army to prepare Instructions for them; and a Letter to hasten the Payment, 23 Dec. Instructions and Letter reported, read, and agreed to.
-, 1648, Members sent down for Preservation of the Peace of the County, 24 May27 JunePetition of Knights; Gentlemen, & c. read; Speaker's Answer; a Committee to prepare further Answer, 9 JuneThe County Committee impowered to raise Forces for suppressing Tumults; Lords Concurrence to be desired, Free Conference to be desired with Lords thereupon; a Committee to assign Reasons, 20 JulyThe Committee at Derby House to consider of some speedy Way for suppressing them; Gentlemen of the County to advise with them, 29 JuneOrdinance for a Month's Pay for their Forces, ordered, Order for Satisfaction to the Parliament's Friends out of Delinquents Estates engaged in the late Tumults; the Committee impowered to compound with them, 28 July.

Sutton, Robert, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 13 Jan.

Sutton's Hospital. Vide Charterhouse.

Swale, Solomon, 1647, Informations concerning him, and a Letter from Rippon, with Examinations inclosed, referred to the Committee at Haberdashers Hall, 13 May.

Swan, John Vide Wells.

Swanburne, Tobias, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 17 Dec.

Swanne, William, 1648, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 12 Aug.

Swansey, 1646, Castle to be disgarisoned, and the new Works slighted, 3 Mar.
-, 1648, Letter from thence, and Colonel Powell's Warrant to the County to put themselves in a Posture of Defence Paper, intituled, Declaration of Colonel Powell and Officers and Soldiers under his Command, 18 Apr.

Swayne, Captain Francis, 1647, his Petition from Lords, read, and referred to the Committee of the Northern Association, 17 Nov.

Swearing. Vide Incest.

Sweden, 1647, Papers from Lords concerning the Swedish Ships, and Business thereupon depending, referred to the Committee of the Admiralty, 6 May. Report; Lords Order for discharging them, agreed to, Order from Lords for referring the Queen of Sweden's Letter to the Committee of both Kingdoms; and the Matter of Fact concerning the late Differences between the English and Swedish Ships, to the Committee for foreign Affairs, agreed to; Summary of the Letter read, 9 JulyLords Letter to her, agreed to; State of the Matter of Fact, read, and agreed to be delivered with the Letter to the Swedish Agent; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 28 Sept.

Swinfen, Mr. 1648, to be sent for to attend, 14 Apr.

Sydenham, Colonel William, 1647, Petition read, and referred to the Committee of Accounts; Order for paying him 1,000. in Part of his Arrears, 16 Feb.
-, Captain, and others, 1648, Petition referred to the Committee for Irish Affairs, 3 Apr.

Sydney, Colonel, 1647. Vide Quarrel.
-, 1648, his Letter read, 12 July.

Sykes, William, 1646, his Petition from Lords, to be read, 13 Mar.
-, 1647, they put House in mind thereof; Petition read; Part thereof referred to a CommitteeThe Committee of Accounts to receive, state, and certify his AccountsOrder for paying him 4,000. in Part of his Debt, 22 Apr. Sent to Lords, His Petition read; a Committee to consider his Demand of Interest for 2,711. 4s. 1d.Order for paying him 3,963. 18s. 5d. for Arms delivered for the Parliament; Ordinance for that Purpose ordered, 30 Dec.
-, 1648, Read, and passed, 4 Apr. Agreed to by Lords, His Petition from Lords, 17 JuneHis Demand of Interest, reported; Petition read; Order for paying him 350. in Part of his DebtThe Committee at Derby House to use Means to discharge him out of ExecutionOrder for charging the Remainder upon the Excise in course; agreed to by LordsOrdinance for that Purpose ordered, 31 July.
-, Richard, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 20 Dec.

Symball, Jonas, 1647, to be bailed; Ordinance for pardoning him ordered, 28 Oct.

Symes, Edward, 1647, Pardon to be prepared for him, 2 Oct.
-, John 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 31 Dec.
-, Walter, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 23 Mar.

Symonds, Joseph, 1647, Ordinance from Lords appointing him Fellow of Eton College, read, and passed, 2 Oct.

Symons, Mr. 1648, desired to preach, 31 Mar.Thanked, and to print his Sermon, 26 Apr.

22 23 & 24 Car. I. Parl. 5. A. 1646, 1647, & 1648.

TAAFF, Lord, 1647, Letters taken in his Cabinet presented; Two from Lord Digby to him, read, 30 Nov.To be printed; all to be referred to a Committee, 1 Dec.

Talbot, Sir John, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 28 Dec.
-, John, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 28 Dec.
-, Mr. 1647, to be sent for by Serjeant for obstructing the bringing in the Assessments in Essex, 5 Feb. Business referred to a Committee. Order for his Discharge.
-, Sherrington 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 7 Mar.

Tapper, Nathanael, 1647, Pardon to be prepared for him, 2 Oct.

Tarrant, John, 1647, Order for paying his Arrears as Messenger to the Army; Information of Affronts and Injuries done him, referred to a Committee, 21 Apr.

Tattershall Hall, 1648, Order for continuing it in the same Hands it now is, 1 Aug. Conference desired by Lords thereupon.

Taunton, 1646, to be continued a Garison with 100 Foot Castle to be continued a Garison, and kept by the Townsmen; Order for allowing them 10. a Week, 2 Mar.Governor appointed.
-, 1647, Petition of Inhabitants in Approbation of the Votes touching the King, read, and to be printed; Petitioners to be thanked, 9 Feb.Petition in behalf of the Town, read; Letter to be sent to Mr. Hill, recommending the Desires therein; Ordinance for granting them a Charter, ordered, 14 Mar.

Taunton, William, 1647. Vide Privileges.

Tayler, John, 1646, appointed Captain of a Ship, 27 Sept. 17 Mar.

Taylour, Thomas, 1647, Vide Privileges.
-, Richard, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 12 Jan.
-, Captain, 1647, a Committee to enquire whether he was an Abettor of a seditious Petition, 20 Jan.
-, John, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 23 Mar.
-, Captain Edward, 1648, his Relation of the Enemies cruel Usage of the Parliament Forces near Carnarvon, to be printedOrder for bestowing 200. upon him; Ordinance for that Purpose ordered, 10 June.
-, Robert, 1648, to be sent for in safe Custody, for being active in the late Insurrection in Kent; Member to assist in sending him up; Examination referred to the Committee of the Navy, 19 JuneReport; Power given them to bail him; the Committee of Kent to examine him, 3 Aug.

Taunton, 1647, Ordinance from Lords for repairing the Church, read, and passed, 13 Jan.

Teasdale, 1647, Ordinance from Lords appointing a Rector, 1 Mar. Read, and passed.

Temple, Colonel Purbeck, 1646, Order for paying him 500. upon Account, to be deducted out of his Arrears, 28 Jan.
-, 1648, his Petition from Lords with special Recommendation, 17 June.
-, Doctor, 1647, desired to preach, 28 Apr.18 Aug. Excused, 4 May.
-, Sir John. Vide Parsons, Sir William.
-, Cornet, 1648, Petition referred to the Committee for Irish Affairs, 3 Apr.
-, Colonel James, 1648, his Desires and Informations referred to the Committee of SafetyPetition concerning him to be read, 24 May.
-, Captain, 1648, House approves of his commanding a Regiment, 1 July.

Tenby, 1646, Town and Castle to be kept garisoned with 100 Men, 3 Mar.
-, 1647, Governor to be continued, 25 Mar.
-, 1648, Letter touching the taking the Castle referred to the Committee of the Army; Order for a Reward to the Messenger; Lords Concurrence to be desiredOrder for trying some of the Prisoners by martial Law, and for securing the rest, 7 June.

Tenths. Vide First-fruits.

Terrent, Hannah, 1647, her Petition from Lords; their Order for pardoning her, agreed to, 15 Mar.

Terringham, Edward, 1646, Order from Lords concerning his Children, 23 Feb.

Tew, Mr. 1646. Vide Privileges.

Thanksgiving, 1647, Order from Lords for a Thanksgiving, for restoring the Freedom and Honour of the Parliament, read, and agreed to; Preachers appointed, 6 Aug. Message from Lords desiring both Sermons may be preached in the Forenoon. Agreed toAnother Message from them concerning the Time of going to Church, Order for a Thanksgiving within the Lines for a Victory over the Irish Rebels; Lords Concurrence to be desired; Preachers appointed, Order for a Thanksgiving next Sunday within the Lines, for another Victory in Munster; Lord Mayor to give the Notice Day appointed for a public Thanksgiving through England and Wales; Copies of the Order to be sent by Members to their several PlacesOrder for Collections for English Protestants driven out of Ireland, 29 Nov.
-, 1648, Order for a Thanksgiving next Sunday within the Lines, for a Deliverance from a late Insurrection within the City; Lord Mayor and Justices to give the Ministers Notice; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 13 Apr.Order for a Thanksgiving next Sunday within the Bills, for a great and seasonable Victory over the Enemy in South Wales; Lord Mayor to give the Ministers NoticeDay appointed for a publick Thanksgiving through England and Wales; Copies of the Order to be sent by Members to their respective Places; Preachers appointed, 11 May. Lords Concurrence signified, Order for a Thanksgiving within the Lines for a great Blessing upon the Parliament's Forces against the Kentish Forces; Lord Mayor to give the Ministers Notice, 3 June Order for Thanksgiving within the Lines, for reducing Kent; Lord Mayor to give the Ministers Notice; a Committee to state the Business for the Thanksgiving, Order for a Thanksgiving within the Lines for a Victory in the North; Lord Mayor to give the Ministers Notice, 5 July. Lords Concurrence signified, Order for a Thanksgiving within the Lines for a Victory at St. Neots; Lord Mayor to give the Ministers Notice; Preachers appointed. Lords Concurrence signified. Preachers thanked, and to print their Sermons, A Committee to prepare Declaration touching the great Victories obtained by the Parliament's Forces, 12 July. Declaration reported, and read; Order for Second Reading. Read, and agreed to; Order for printing and publishing it; Lord Mayor to communicate it to the Ministers within the LinesOrder for a public Thanksgiving for the several great Victories obtained by the Parliament's Forces, to be printed and sent into the Country, Order for a general Thanksgiving, for a complete Victory over the Scots; agreed to by Lords; Members to send Copies thereof to their respective PlacesThanks to be given for other Mercies, 23 Aug. Members to collect the Particulars thereof; Preachers appointed. Particulars reported; Order for printing and reading them in Churches.

Theloall, Simon, 1646, Certificate concerning him to be considered, 21 Jan.

Theobalds Park, 1646, Order appointing a Keeper of a Lodge there, 2 Feb. Returned from Lords, with Amendments; Amendments agreed to.

Thomas, St. Hospital, Southwark, 1647, Petition of Governors, referred to the Committee of Excise, 10 Nov.

Thomas, William, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 17 Dec.
-, Walter, 1648, his Fine accepted, 28 Mar. Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired.

Thomasin, George, 1647, to be thanked for purchasing a Collection of Books in the Eastern Languages; Order for paying him the Purchase Money out of Goldsmiths Hall, 24 Mar.
-, 1648, annulledOrder for paying it out of the Assessments for the Scots, 28 MayAgreed to by Lords, 22 JuneOrder for immediate Payment.

Thompson, Colonel George, 1646, his Certificate to be read, 18 Jan.Read; Account allowed; Order for paying him 2,205. 3s. 6d. in full of all Demands.
-, 1647, Information given by him referred to the Committee of both Kingdoms, 1 Jan.
-, Francis, 1647, Ordinance from Lords concerning him, 17 June.
-, James, 1647, to be sent for as a DelinquentTo be put out of the Commission of the Peace, 27 Sept.His Petition referred to the Committee of Complaints, 15 Oct.
-, Christopher, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 14 Dec.
-, John. Vide Bothell.
-, Maurice. Vide Lawrence, Adam; and Andrews, Jonathan.

Thomson, Captain Samuel, 1646, his Petition from Lords, with special Recommendation, to be read, 7 Dec.They put House in mind thereof; Petition read; Order for paying him 100. in Part of his Debt, 6 Feb.
-, 1647, Petition read again, and, with the Demand therein, referred to a Committee, 4 Nov.

Thornhagh, Lady, 1646, Order for making Stay of her Composition, 2 Jan.
-, Colonel, 1647, Petition read; Order for paying him 1,030. expended in raising a Regiment; Ordinance for that Purpose ordered, 5 Oct. Sent to Lords. Agreed to by them.
-, 1648, a Committee to consider of some way of Recompence to his Wife and Children, 23 Aug.

Thurnhill, Captain John, 1647, the Committee of the Revenue, and Commissioners late attending the King, to consider his Services, 20 Nov.

Thornton, Mr. 1646, Ordinance from Lords appointing him Clerk of the Wardrobe to the Prince, 1 Feb.
-, 1647, Business concerning him and Sir Frederick Hambleton, referred to the Committee for Irish Affairs, 11 Mar.

Thorold, Sir William, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 23 Sept.
-, George, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 14 Jan.
-, Sir Robert, 1647, Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 30 Mar.

Thorpe, George, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 24 Dec.
-, Colonel, 1648, Pass from Lords for him to transport Four Horses Custom free; agreed to, 20 July.

Thrayle, Thomas, 1647, Pardon to be prepared for him, 2 Oct.

Throckmorton, Job, 1648, Order from Lords for pardoning him, 17 June. They put House in mind thereof.

Thurslyn, John, 1648, Order from Lords for pardoning him, read, and agreed to, 22 June.

Thynne, Sir Henry Frederick, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 14 Jan.
-, 1648, his Petition from Lords for Liberty of Ten Days Residence in London, 22 JuneTheir Order thereupon, 20 JulyThey put House in mind thereof, 8 Aug.
-, Sir James, 1648, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 15 June.
-, Tilbury Fort, 1647, Information of a Design to surprize it; Trinity House impowered to take it into their Custody, 31 July.
-, 1648, Letter from thence, read; Order for paying the Garison 800.For providing Victuals and Lodgings for the Soldiers, 27 JulyFor furnishing Stores and Provisions, 26 Aug.

Tingwick, 1647, Ordinance from Lords appointing a Rector, 22 Apr.

Tinmouth Castle, 1647, Order for providing Arms for the English Garison to be placed there, 9 Dec.Governor appointed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, Castle, with the Outworks, to be kept a Garison with 300 Men, 1 Mar.Consideration of the Castle and Gate-side, respited.
-, 1648, Order for Money for repairing and fortifying the Castle; the Committee of the Northern Association to consider how it may be raised, 25 Apr.Sir Arthur Hasselrigg's Letter concerning the Revolt and Recovery thereof, read, and to be printed; Letter of Thanks ordered, 14 Aug.

Tint, John, 1648, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardondoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 27 Mar.

Tirrell, Timothy, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 14 Mar.

Tirwhite, Robert, 1647, has Leave to attend the King, 14 Aug.

Titchborne, Sir Henry, 1647, Order for bestowing 200. upon him, 18 Aug.

Tobaccoes, 1647, Report concerning them to be made, 24 Jan.

Tolson, Richard, 1648, Letter from the Committee of Cumberland concerning him, 24 Apr.

Tomkyns, George, 1647. Vide Privileges.

Tonage. Vide Supply.

Tooker, Robert, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 31 Dec.

Toppe, Edward, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 27 May.

Toppesfield, 1648, Ordinance from Lords appointing a Rector, read, and passed, 20 July.

Torrington, Great, 1648, Ordinance for a general Collection for repairing the Church, read, and passed; Agreed to by Lords, 12 June.

Totness, 1646, Petition of poor infected Inhabitants, read; Order for bestowing on them the Moiety of the next Collection within the Bills, 24 Feb.

Totteridge, 1647, Ordinance from Lords for additional Means to the Minister, 6 Mar.

Tower, 1646, the Committee of the Tower to consider what Prisoners are fit to have their Liberties, with Power to bail them, 25 Dec.Petition of Warders from Lords, to be read, 13 Mar.
-, 1647, Another recommended by Lords, 29 Apr. The Committee of the Army to inquire what Arms have been taken out of the Tower, and restore them to the Places they belong to; Lords Concurrence signified, 11 Aug.Order for issuing Stores for the necessary Defence thereof, 20 Nov. Officers of Ordnance to pursue the OrderAll issued since 10th August last to be allowed, 17 Jan.Lieutenant to obey a Writ of Habeas Corpus against a Prisoner in his Custody, 20 Nov.
-, 1648, Committees added; Order for adding 400 Soldiers, 13 Apr. A Committee to consider how they may be paid; General to nominate and appoint them, Order for 1,500. to all the Forces there; Question for selling unnecessary Hangings in several Wardrobes to raise the Money, Neg.; the Committee of the Army to raise it, and provide necessary Accommodations for themThe Committee of the Tower to consider where Prisoners to be removed may be securedTo appoint Twelve Gunners, and consider how they may be paidThe Committee of the Revenue to consider of affording some Proportion of their Wages to the Warders, Ordinances for Payment of 6,000. to the additional 400 Soldiers For Establishment of present Pay for them, severally read, and passed; agreed to by Lords; the Committee of the Army to provide the 6,000. and Bedding, & c. Petition of Lord Mayor, & c. read; Soldiers to be removed, 9 May. Vide LondonGeneral's Letter, touching the Lieutenant, and Forces under his Command; Order for transferring the 6,000. to the Treasurers at War; the Committee of the Army to prepare Ordinance for that Purpose; Letter referred, Petition of Officers, & c. read; the Common-Council to take care they are paid their Arrears, and Monies sufficient for their Removal Order for their staying near London, to be communicated to Lord General, The Committee of Safety to employ them in suppressing the Insurrection in Kent. Their Report; the Committee of the Army to give them what Satisfaction they think fit from 3d November to 15th January, Ordinance from Lords appointing a Gentleman Porter under the Great Seal, to be read, 21 July. Read, and passed.
-, Hamlets, 1647, Ordinance for public Faith to the Inhabitants for a Troop of Horse and Month's Pay raised by them, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 14 MayOrdinance from Lords for putting the Trained Bands and Auxiliaries under the immediate Command of the Constable of the Tower, read twice, and passedThe Committee of the Militia to put in execution Ordinances for putting Malignants and Reformadoes out of the Lines, 9 Sept. To prevent Disturbances, Additional Ordinance, impowering them to raise 1,000 Men, and manage the Militia within the Hamlets, ordered, 15 Oct.Read twice, and committed, 19 Nov.Reported; Question for agreeing to the Amendments, Neg. Ordinance re-committed, 15 Dec. Reported from Re-commitment, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired.
-, 1648, Names of fit Persons to be Committees of the Militia, ordered, 22 MayThe Militia to be joined with the City Militia, 5 July. Petition concerning it, read, and referred to the Committee on the Ordinance for joining them, Another read, and referred; Speaker's Answer.

Townsend, Sir Roger, and Horace, 1646, have Leave to travel for Three Years, 16 Dec.
-, Colonel, 1647, Order for transporting his Regiment into Ireland, 15 June.
-, Richard, 1648, committed to Newgate for furnishing Rioters with Carriages; his Tools to be delivered to the Stores, and Recompence made to the Person that apprehended him, 13 June.

Townshend, Henry, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 7 Mar.

Tracie, Sir Humphry, 1646, House put Lords in mind of Ordinance concerning him, 19 Mar.
-, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 21 Dec.

Trade, 1647, Order from Committee of the whole House for referring Matters of Trade to the Committee for foreign Affairs, read; a select Committee to prepare Ordinance for that Purpose, 6 Nov. Ordinance reported, read, and agreed to. Returned from Lords, with an Amendment; Amendment agreed to, A Committee to consider the several Charges lying on the Trade of the Kingdom, 6 Nov.The grand Committee revived; Days appointed for their sitting; Propositions referred, 20 Mar.
-, 1648, a Committee to know of Merchants what Assistance they will contribute for the Security of Trade, 4 Aug.

Treasure, public, 1648, Ordinance for all Receivers thereof to account for it, read twice, and committed, 5 Aug.

Treason and Murder, 1648, a Committee to prepare Ordinance for making them triable in any County, 26 July.

Tredington, 1646, Ordinance appointing a Minister, read, and committed, 13 Jan.

Tresham, Thomas, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 23 Dec.

Treviza, William, 1646, Matter of Fact concerning his Case reported, Resolution for admitting him to his Composition, and exempting him from his 5th and 20th Parts, 15 Feb.

Trigge, William, 1647, Petition of Citizens concerning him, to be read, 23 Dec.Order for a Writ of Error upon a Judgment in the King's Bench against him, returnable in Parliament.

Trinity House, 1647, Letter from the Agitators in the Army to the Society, and a Declaration of the Messengers expressed, with their verbal Answer to the Letter, read, 21 June Petition of Masters, & c.Ordinance, for impowering them to regulate Mariners, to be read, 5 July.
-, 1648, Admiral's Letter to them, and their Answer, communicated by Lords, 22 JunePetitions of Master, & c. concerning a personal Treaty with the King, read; a Committee to prepare Answer; Answer reported, and delivered by Speaker.

Trinity College, 1647, Sollicitor-general to prepare a Patent under the Great Seal for appointing a Master; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 8 Jan.Their Order for passing the Grant, read, and passed, 17 Mar.

Trinlett, Edward, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 20 May.

Trobridge, John, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 22 Dec.

Truroe, 1646, Business concerning the Articles; Petition of Gentlemen comprised therein; the Ninth Article, and Votes of the Committee of Complaints concerning the Gentlemen, read, 15 Feb.
-, 1647, Report concerning the Articles to be made, 21 Apr. Articles to be considered. Considered; Order touching Persons recommended by General to Favour in their Compositions upon them, Lords Concurrence to be desired, 18 MayArticles approved, 3 Nov.

Tucker, Robert, late Alderman of Winton, 1648, Order for disfranchsing him, 18 Apr.

Tuckney, Mr. 1647, desired to preach, 2 Aug. Excused.
-, Antony, 1648, Order from Lords appointing him Master of Emanuel College, Cambridge, 18 May.

Tuston, Charles, and Wife, 1647, Petition read, and referred to the Committee of Complaints, 3 Mar.

Tumults. Vide Parliament, and Excise1646, Informations of tumultuous Meetings, to the Disturbance of the Peace; Lord Mayor to be desired to suppress them, 5 Dec.
-, 1647, the Committee at Derby House impowered to suppress them, 24 Jan.Judges to be desired to bring tumultuous Persons to their Trials this Term, 1 Feb.
-, 1648, a Committee to prepare Ordinance to prevent tumultuous Meetings and Petitionings; Ordinance read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 20 May.

Turner, Richard. Vide Gethin, Maurice.

Turney, Edward, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 5 Jan.

Turpin, Richard, 1648, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed, 27 Mar. Lords Concurrence to be desired, 27 Mar.26 Aug.

Turwhitt, Robert, 1647, his Fine accepted; Substance of a Petition annexed, to be reported; Fine to be mitigated Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 15 June.

Tutbury Castle, 1646, to be made untenable; the County Committee to see it done, 2 Mar.
-, 1647, House adhere to their Vote, 19 July.

Tuttie, Mr. Vide Totteridge.

Twisden, Mr. 1647, Message from Lords concerning the Copy of an Act of Parliament, with their Clerk's Hand forged, said to be in his Custody, 18 May. Order for acquainting him therewith. Heard; ordered to deliver it to the Clerk.

Twisse, Dr. 1647, Report concerning the Subsistence of his Children, to be made, 23 Dec.
-, 1648, their Petition; Order for charging 1,000. with Interest, upon the Excise, for them; Ordinance for that Purpose, ordered, 4 Aug.

Twisselton, Major, 1647, to have Colonel Rosseter's Regiment Regiment to be continued, 8 Apr.
-, 1648, Order for paying him 1,000. upon Account, 2 Aug. Amended; Lords Concurrence to be desire.

Tyddeman, Thomas. Vide Pickering, James.

Tylladagh, Major, 1646. Vide Privileges.

Tyndall, Francis, 1647, Report of his Delinquency, re-committed, 27 Mar.

Tynte, William, 1648, his Case reported; Order for discharging his Delinquency, 1 June.

Tythes, 1647, a Committee to consider how they and other Dues may be paid to the Ministry, and prepare Ordinance for the due Payment thereof, 22 Apr.Ordinance read, 23 July. Read Second time, and passed, with Amendments; Lords Concurrence to be desired, House put them in mind thereof, 3 Aug.Grievances arising from Ordinances for Payment thereof, referred to a Committee, 15 Sept. Order for their meeting, and sitting de die in diem, Ordinance for paying the London Tythes, read twice, and committed, 9 Feb. Another Committee joined with them.

22 23 & 24 Car. I. Parl. 5. A. 1646, 1647, & 1648.

VAGRANTS. Vide Poor.

Valentia, Lord Viscount, 1648, Order for restoring the King's privy Signet to him, 1 June. Agreed to by Lords. Valentine, Benjamin, 1647. Vide Privileges.
-, Mr. 1647, desired to preach, 16 Sept. Thanked, and to print his Sermon.

Vane, Sir Henry, junior, 1646, has Leave to resign the Treasurership of the Navy, at his own Request; Power given him to nominate a fit Person to succeed him; agreed to by Lords; Member to prepare Ordinance for a Grant under the Great Seal for that Purpose, 28 Dec.
-, 1647, Certificate of his Accounts to be read, 14 May.
-, Sir Henry, senior, 1646, Order for Re-payment of 200. disbursed by him, 20 Jan.

Vassall, Samuel, 1646, State of his Losses and Imprisonment for refusing to pay Tonage and Poundage, reported; Order for paying him 10,445. 12s. 2d. House to take his Sufferings and Imprisonment into further Consideration, 18 Jan.
-, 1647, Order for paying him 2,591. 17s. 6d. for Moneys and Commodities taken in Ireland for the Parliament's Forces; agreed to by Lords, 6 May.

Vavasour, William, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 23 Dec.

Vaughan, Edward, 1646, Information against him referred to a Committee; his Information against Sir Thomas Middleton, referred, 17 Feb.
-, Colonel Joseph, 1647, Report concerning him; Resolution that there appears Matter sufficient to accuse him of High Crimes and Misdemeanors; his Commitment approved; a Committee to prepare the Impeachment, 24 Aug.
-, 1648, Order for discharging him from his Imprisonment, and from any Proceedings upon his Impeachment, 23 May.
-, Sir Henry, 1647, to be removed from the Tower to the Fleet, 1 Oct.
-, Capt. Oliver, 1648, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 11 Aug.

Venables, Mr. 1648, the Committee at Goldsmiths Hall to accept a Fine for him and his Son, 13 June.

Venn, Colonel John, 1647, Certificate of his Accounts; his Petition read; Order for paying him 4,000. in full of all Demands; Ordinance for that Purpose ordered, 8 Mar.

Vere, Lady, 1647, former Order for paying her 1,000. out of Sir John Pennington's Estate, dischargedOrder for paying it out of Goldsmiths Hall, 4 May. Agreed to by Lords.

Verney, Lady, 1647, Petition read; Business concerning the Sequestration of her Husband's Estate, referred to the Committee of Sequestrations, 17 Dec.

Vernon, Edward, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 27 May.
-, Captain John, 1647, Messengers with Serjeants Men to break open his Doors and seize Papers, & c. 28 Oct.His Petition, recommended by General, read, 14 Jan.

Vesey, Captain, 1648, Order for General to proceed against him, 22 June.

Vines, Mr. desired to preach, 27 Jan. 164630 May, 1648 Thanked, and to print his Sermons, 11 Mar. 1646 28 June, 1648.

Violett, Thomas, 1647, to be removed from the Tower to the King's Bench, 1 Oct.

Vivian, Sir Richard, 1648, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desiredAccount of Monies raised by the Sale of his Goods, ordered, 28 Mar.

Ulster. Vide Ireland.

Universities, 1647, a Committee to consider of a competent Maintenance for the Heads of Colleges, 15 Apr.

Upnor Castle, 1646, Consideration thereof referred to the Committee of the Admiralty, 1 Mar.
-, 1648, Order for adding a Work upon the Hill, for putting in 20 Men, and making an Establishment for it, and for providing Moneys to erect and perfect it; Business referred to the Committee of the Navy, 19 JuneOrder for adding Twenty Men above the Establishment; the Committee of the Army to present Establishment for their Pay, 1 July.

Upton, 1647, Ordinance from Lords appointing a Rector, 23 Apr.

Upway, 1648, House put Lords in mind of Ordinance for appointing a Parson, 22 June.

Uriall, Lieutenant. Vide Barwis, Colonel Thomas.

22 23 & 24 Car. I. Parl. 5. A. 1646, 1647, & 1648.

WAGGONERS, 1647, Petition read; Ordinance for paying them, ordered, 3 July. Read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired.

Waite, Colonel Thomas, 1646, his Petition and Certificate from the Committee of Accounts, read; Order for paying him 2,166. 9 Jan.
-, 1648, thanked for his ServicesOrder for presenting his Accounts, 28 Aug. Account allowed; Order for paying him 2,010. in full of all Demands; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 29.

Waldbrook, Ward, 1647, Petition of Trained Bands concerning the Removal of their Captain, 22 July. Vide London.

Waldron, John, 1647, Petition read; Order for paying him 300. with Interest, 8 Mar.
-, 1648, to be sent for in safe Custody for raising Horse in Berks, 16 Aug. His written Answer and Informations, read; the Committee at Derby House to suppress the Forces, and disband and restore the HorsesOrder for apprehending the Men, and proceeding against them according to Law.

Wales, 1646, Ordinance from Lords for making original Seals for some of the Counties, to be read, 13 Mar.
-, 1648, Order for a sufficient Force of Shipping to guard the Coasts, 14 Apr.Lieutenant-general Cromwell's Letter, with Letters inclosed, and a Declaration in the Names of the Gentlemen and Inhabitants of Wales, read, 20 May.
-, North, 1646, the Committee of both Kingdoms to consider what Garisons and Castles are fit to be disgarisoned and slighted, and in what manner; and how to dispose of the Forcesthe Committee to prepare Ordinance for regulating the Counties, and doing all Matters that may settle them, 22 Dec. Report concerning the Judges to go the Circuits to be made, 6 & 16 Feb, Commissioners of the Great Seal to appoint them; Lords Concurrence to be desired; Member to offer them the Names of Persons voted by House, Order for Disbanding all the Foot, 3 Mar.Ordinance from Lords for appointing Justices of the Great Sessions, read, and passed, with Amendments.
-, 1647, previous Question for keeping up 100 Dragoons and 100 Horse, for the Safety thereof, Affirmative, 8 Apr. Letter to be sent concerning slighting and demolishing the Castles, Vice-Admiral appointed, 24 Jan.Ordinance appointing Attorney-general, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 6 Mar.Letter from Sheriffs, Justices of Peace, & c. of Flintshire, read; House approves their Proceedings; Letter of Thanks ordered, 16 May Ordinance for sequestering Delinquents, ordered, 10 June.
-, 1648, Letters, a Note under the Surgeon's Hand, and Relation of the cruel Usages of the Enemy towards the Parliament's Forces, and the Sheriff, to be printed; Letter of Thanks ordered; the Committee at Derby House to take Course for the Safety of the Counties, 10 June. Lords Concurrence signifiedOrder for Commissions to Gentlemen to raise Forces, Colonel Mitton's Letter, read; Resolution for trying all Revolters by martial Law; General to be desired to grant Commissions; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 21 JulyReport touching Provisions for North Wales; Order for providing Ammunition, both for the Garisons and Field Service; for Addition of Men to the Garisons, and Money for quartering Horse thereinCommittees of the several Counties impowered to raise Monies for the Maintenance of their ForcesCommissioners to be appointed for Merionethshire; Names to be presentedMajor-general Mitton to be sent down with a Commission and Instructions, 1 Aug. The Committee at Derby House to take Care several Castles are not surprized, Ordinance for raising Forces for Defence of Five associated Counties, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired.
-, South, 1646, the Committee of both Kingdoms to consider what Garisons and Castles are fit to be disgarisoned and slighted, and in what manner, and how to dispose the Forces The Committee to prepare Ordinance for regulating the Counties, and doing all Matters for settling them, 22 Dec. Report concerning the Judges to go the Circuit, to be made, 6 & 16 Feb. Commissioners of the Great Seal to appoint them; Lords Concurrence to be desired; Member to offer them the Names of Persons voted by House, Order for disbanding all the Foot, 3 Mar.Ordinance from Lords, appointing Justices of the Great Sessions, read, and passed, with Amendments.
-, 1647, previous Question for keeping up 100 Dragoons and 100 Horse, for Safety thereof, Affirmative, 8 Apr. Ordinance from Lords for delivering the Justice Seal of some of the Counties to the present Justice, read, and passed, 22 Letters and Papers inclosed, concerning an Insurrection, under Presence that the King and Sir Thomas Fairfax were joined, read, 21 June. Read again; Copy thereof to be sent to GeneralOrder for putting out the Justices of Peace engaged thereinFor Letter of Thanks, with an Information to undeceive the PeopleOrdinance from Lords concerning the original Seal, read twice, and committed, Reported, and re-committed, 3 Aug. Reported, and re-committed again, Reported, and passed, with Amendments, 1 Sept. Amendments agreed to by Lords, Serjeant sent down to stay Ships that ought to pay Customs or Excise, till Satisfaction be given to the respective Officers thereofJustices of Peace, & c. to be desired to assist him; General to be desired to send Horse into those Parts, to assist the Commissioners of Excise, and their Deputies, 15 Dec. Commissioners appointed to disband the Forces; Sheriff to assist them, 17 Feb. One added.
-, 1648, Letters concerning Commotions read, and referred to General; Part, concerning the Sea and Shipping, referred to the Committee at Derby House, 30 Mar.Colonel Horton's Letter, concerning a great Victory obtained by his Forces, read; Relation thereofOrder for a Thanksgiving. Vide ThanksgivingFor a Reward to the MessengersFor trying the Commanders by martial Law; Names of Prisoners that cannot be tried thereby, to be certified to House, 11 May. Vide Horton, ColonelA Committee to consider how the Soldiers taken Prisoners may be disposed of for the Safety of the KingdomOrder for a Commission of Oyer and Terminer to try the Rioters; Manager and Solicitor appointed; the Committee of the Revenue to defray their Expences, Letter, with List of Officers taken, read; Messenger's Relation of the whole Proceedings in the late Fight; Order for a Reward to him; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 17 MayOrder for applying the Proceed of the late Rioters sequestered Estates to the Service of the Army; a Committee to prepare Ordinance for sequestering and selling their EstatesOrder for Monies and Shoes for the Brigade thereLieutenant-general Cromwell's Letter concerning the Conditions of the Prisoners, and their Intentions to try some of them by a Council of War, read; Order for trying such as are fit to be tried thereby, Ordinance for sequestering Delinquents in South Wales and Monmouthshire, read twice, and committed; the Committee impowered to bring in Instructions, 6 June. Ordinance and Instructions reported, and passed. Agreed to by Lords.
-, Prince of, 1648, Letters from Sandwich that a Person is come there who affirms himself to be the Prince of Wales; the Committee at Derby House to send for him, 22 May Letters, Papers, and Commissions from him, taken upon Captain Green, referred to a Committee; Order for a Reward to the Messenger; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 29 July. Letters, & c. reported; Order for opening and communicating them to the Common Council, Instructions and Letters to Captain Green, and other material Letters and Papers, to be printed and published, 1 Aug.Copy of the Prince's Letter and Declaration to Lord Mayor, with the Merchant Adventurers Petition and Letter to him, presented from the Common Council; original Letters and Declaration to be presentedMessenger ordered into Custody; Lord Mayor, & c. not to give any Answer to the Letters; Merchant Adventurers not to proceed in petitioning him; Votes to be communicated to Lord Mayor, & c.; Speaker's Answer, Previous Question that all Subjects who join with or aid the Prince in this War, are Rebels and Traytors, and ought to be proceeded against as such, Affirmative; Vote to be printed; a Committee to examine the Business touching the going forth of the Ships taken by him, Original Letters and Declaration sent from Lords, with Desire they may be returned, Pass granted to a Physician and Apothecary to go to him and return.

Walford, Edward, 1647, Petition for the Place of King's Waiter at the Custom House; Speaker to put House in mind, when Opportunity shall offer to recompense his Services, 8 Sept.

Walgrave, 1648, Ordinance from Lords appointing a Rector, 18 May.

Walker, John, 1647, Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 27 May.
-, Robert, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 28 Dec.
-, William, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 10 Jan.
-, Dr. 1648, to be injoined to go to Lord Admiral at Sea, 4 Aug.

Waller, Sir Hardres, 1646, his Petition, and General's Letter recommending him, read; Order for paying him 2,000. in Part of his Arrears, 4 Jan.
-, 1648, his Letter referred to a Committee; his Lieutenant Colonel to attend them, 10 June. Committee revived; Order for their sitting, His Warrant for insisting Volunteers in Devonshire, and an Engagement of divers Persons, desiring him to appoint a Commander, read; Order for a Letter to desire him to forbear inlisting more, and to recall his Warrant, 19 June.
-, Sir William, 1647, Order appointing him Commander of the Horse to be raised; Agreed to by Lords, 3 Aug. Report concerning him; Order for his Appearance on a Day appointed, to be left at his usual Place of Abode, 4 Sept. Serjeant's Report, 27 Jan.
-, 1648, Resolution for discharging the Vote whereby he stands accused, 3 June. To be communicated to Lords, Order disabling him to be a Member, revoked, Petition of Artificers of his late Army, read, and referred to the Barons of the Exchequer, 8 Mar.
-, Thomas, 1647, Ordinance from Lords, appointing him Steward and Judge of the Isle of Ely, read, 8 Oct.
-, Thomas, of Beverley, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 10 Jan.
-, Edward, 1648, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 3 July.

Wallingford, 1646, Order for flighting the Castle, 23 Feb.
-, 1647, Order for slighting the new Works, 13 July.
-, 1648, Order for 500. for victualling the Garison, 13 July.

Walmer Castle, 1646, Order for adding 10 Men, 1 Mar.
-, 1648, Letters from thence, read; Order for sending down Arms and Ammunition, 12 JulyFor a Reward to the Messenger who brought the News of reducing it; Articles of Surrender, read, and approved; Order for Letter of Thanks to Colonel Riche, The Committee of Kent to take care of repairing the Castle; Order touching the Repayment of Monies disbursed by them upon the necessary Repairs, 26 Aug.

Walmesley, Richard, 1647, Time for his Continuance beyond Sea, inlarged, 10 July7 Feb.

Walrond, William, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 14 Mar.

Wandesford, Sir Rowland, 1646, Order for paying him 5,000. in Recompence for his Office in the Court of Wards, 9 Jan.

Wansey, Major, 1647, to be sent for in safe Custody, and to attend a Committee of both Houses, 11 June.

Wapping, 1647, Ordinance from Lords for making it a Parochial Church, 15 Mar.

Ward, Mr. thanked, and to print his Sermon, 9 Dec. 1646 Desired to preach, 9 June, 1647.
-, Sir Humble, 1647, his Case reported; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 16 Mar.
-, Cornet, 1648, Petition referred to the Committee for Irish Affairs, 3 Apr.
-, Philip, 1648, to be sent for in safe Custody for being active in the late Insurrection in Kent; Member to assist in sending him up; Examination referred to the Committee of the Navy, 19 JuneReport; Power given them to bail him; the Committee of Kent to examine him, 3 Aug.

Wards, late Court of, 1646, Report concerning the Officers, to be considered; the Committee impowered to receive Petitions of inferior Officers, 2 Jan. Report; Order for Recompence to several, Ordinance for Disposal of and settling the Proceedings of the late Court for the Benefit and Ease of the Subject, to be reported.
-, 1648, Ordinance concerning the Officers, to be read, 15 Apr.Read, 25MayCommitted, 15 Sept.Order for making Report concerning the Officers, 15, 18, 21 & 25 MayOrdinance from Lords for Payment of Monies due upon Bonds in the late Court, 16 Sept. Read twice, and passed, Order for paying the former Assignments to several Officers, out of the Arrears of the late Court, 24 Dec.

Ware, Lord la, 1648, Order from Lords, granting him the Custody of Finchley Chace, agreed to, 12 Aug.

Warner, Dr. George, 1646, Ordinance for selling Part of his Estate, read; Order for Second Reading; his Petition, and Petition against him, to be then read, 4 Mar.
-, 1647, read; Ordinance committed, 8 Sept. Reported, and passed; Land already sold to be allowed as Part of his Fine upon certain Conditions; Time assigned for perfecting his Composition, 8 OctOrdinance from Lords for taking off his Sequestration, to be read, 14 May. Read, and passed.

Warren, Arthur, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 13 July.
-, William, appointed Captain of a Ship, 17 Mar. 1647 13 Apr. 1648.

Warrington, 1647, Order for a Collection within the Bills, for Relief of poor visited Inhabitants, 29 June.

Warwick County, 1647, Sheriff has Leave to reside out of the County; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 16 Apr.Order appointing High Sheriff, and for a Commission to him, 17 Nov. Disagreed to by Lords; House adhere to their Vote, Member sent down for bringing in the Arrears of the Assessments for 600,000.; the Committee of the Army to prepare Instructions for them, and Letter to hasten the Payment thereof, 23 Dec. Instructions and Letter, reported, read, and agreed to, Order from Lords for Leave to the Sheriff to reside out of the County, agreed to, with an Amendment, 15 Feb. Amendment agreed to by Lords.
-, 1648, Information that he refuses to execute Prisoners condemned at the last Assizes; Judges to be desired to certify the true State of the Business, 8 July. Order for him to execute them, upon Pain of forfeiting 2,000.; Lords Concurrence to be desired, Gentlemen to be called in, with their Petition, 16 Aug. Called in; Petition read; Petitioners thanked.
-, Town, 1646, Order for continuing the Castle a Garison with 60 Men20 Barrels of Powder to be removed thither from Coventry, 3 Mar.
-, 1647, Order for continuing the Governor, 25 Mar. For continuing the Garison, 13 July.
-, Earl of, 1646, Petition to be read, 25 Feb.2, 4 & 8 Mar.
-, 1647, read, 21 Apr.
-, 1648, Resolution for appointing him Lord High Admiral of England; Ordinance for that Purpose, read, and passed, 29 May. Agreed to by Lords, Power given him to grant Indemnity to the Captains and Mariners, Report from Lords touching his Proceedings in reducing the revolted Ships, 2 June. Vide NavyHis Letter read, Another read; Two Gentlemen appointed to go to Sea with him, according to his Desire; a Committee to prepare Instructions for the Admiral and them, 13 July. Instructions reported, read, and agreed to. One excused; another appointed in his Stead, Order from Lords for the Committee at Derby House to give him Instructions from time to time, agreed to, Person to be desired to go with him, His Letter from Lords, desiring an Ordinance for martial Law at Sea, 3 Aug. Ordinance for that Purpose, and Instructions for him, read, and passed. Agreed to by Lords; Ordinance to be printed and published, Additional Ordinance for authorizing him, with his Council of War, to agree upon Laws and Ordinances as are mentioned in the former Ordinance, ordered. Read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, His Letter for Supply of Money, read, Letters and Papers from him, referred to the Committee of the Navy.

Water Guards, 1646, Ordinance concerning them, returned from Lords, with Amendments; Amendments agreed to, 21 Dec.

Watermens Company, 1648, Order for discharging all that have been, or shall be, in Arms against the Parliament, 8 June Their Petition, concerning a personal Treaty with the King, read; Speaker's Answer, 18 July.

Watkins, Sir David, 1646. Vide Privileges.

Watkinson, James, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for par doning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 14 Dec.

Watson, John, and others, 1646, Petition referred to a Committee, 23 Mar.

Watts, George, 1648, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 30 Mar.

Weare, John, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 5 Jan.

Weaver, Mr. 1647, Information concerning his having been in Arms against the Parliament, referred to the Committee of Complaints, 7 Dec.
-, John, 1647, his Petition read, and referred to the Committee at Goldsmiths Hall, 14 Jan.
-, Arthur, 1648, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 15 June.

Weavers Company, 1647, Petition of Bailiffs, & c. with Copy of a former annexed, read, and referred to a Committee, 27 May.
-, 1648, Committee revived; Order for their sitting Freemen of the Company to forbear assembling at the Hall till the Difference is determined, 20 JulyPetition of the Commonalty, read; Speaker's Answer; Order of 20th Instant, discharged, Another Petition of the Commonalty, read; the Committee to sit de die in diem; Speaker's Answer; Committees added, Petition of Bailiffs, & c. read, and referred; the Committee impowered to reconcile Differences, 2 Aug.Another Petition referred; Speaker's Answer.

Welch, Richard, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 24 Dec.

Weldon, Colonel Ralph, 1646, to be continued Governor of PlymouthHis Remonstrance referred to the Committee of the West, 13 Mar.
-, 1647, a Committee to consider of some speedy Way for paying his Arrears, 18 Nov.His Engagements for Plymouth Garison, approved, and to be paidLetter of Thanks ordered, 13 Mar.
-, 1648, his Petition read; Order for paying 304. 4s. 1d. borrowed by him for Maintenance of the GarisonFor charging upon the Excise 6,000. he is engaged for to the Inhabitants; Ordinance for that Purpose, ordered, 23 May. The Committee of the Army to pay the 6,000. Ordinance for Payment thereof, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 5 JuneOrder appointing him Governor of Plymouth, with Power to put 100 Men into the CastleTouching his Pay and EntertainmentFor bestowing 200. upon him to buy Horses.

Wells, 1648, Letter from thence, read; Examination of Matters mentioned therein, referred to the Committee of the West, 1 Aug.
-, cum Jakham, 1647, Ordinance from Lords appointing a Rector, read, and passed, 15 Feb.

Wells, William, and others, 1647, Petition to be read, 9 Mar.

Welsh Drovers, 1647, referred to the Committee at Haberdashers Hall, to prove the Remainder of their Debt; the Committee impowered to pay them, 3 Mar.

Wemms, Colonel, 1647, Information concerning him, referred to the Committee of Complaints, 15 Nov.Another Information referred, 7 Feb.

Wendover, 1647, new Writ, 23 July.

Wenny Castle, 1646, to be disgarisoned, and made untenable, 3 Mar.
-, 1647, House adhere to their Vote, 19 July.

Wentworth, Sir Peter, 1647, Order for putting him in Possession of a Delinquent's Lands, sold and conveyed to him, 3 Feb.
-, Sir George, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 9 Mar.

West, Major Nicolas, 1646, to give a full Discharge to Mr. Weaver, for Monies received of him for the Seven Associated Counties, and not depart the Kingdom till he has perfected his Accounts with the Committee of Accounts, 28 Jan.
-, Bartholomew, 1647, Resolution for indicting him of High Treason; Clerk of the Crown to prepare the Indictment; Managers and Solicitor appointed; Order for taking him into Custody, 25 Sept.Proclamation for apprehending him, reported, read, and agreed to, 1 Oct.

Westbrooke, 1648, Petition referred to the Committee for Burnings, 31 July.

Westcoate, Philip, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 7 Mar.

Western Counties, 1646, Ordinance enabling the Committee of the West to appoint Treasurers of the Moiety of the Excise granted them till 25th March 1647, for Maintenance of their Garisons, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 24 Mar.
-, 1647, Order for sending Books, and Letters for bringing in the Six Months Assessments, 4 Jan.
-, 1648, Ordinance for settling the Militia, ordered, 29 May.

Westham, 1648, Ordinance from Lords appointing a Rector, 8 May.

Westlow, 1646, new Writ, 21 Dec.

Westminster, 1647, Petition of the Company of Auxiliaries, to be read, 16 & 18 June1 JulyOrdinance from Lords for the Militia thereof, and of the adjacent Parishes, read twice, and passedThe Committee of the Militia to put Reformadoes and Malignants out of the Lines, 9 Sept.To prevent Disturbances, Additional Ordinance from Lords concerning the Militia, read; nothing done thereuponAdditional Ordinance for inlarging their Power, and for the necessary Advance of Money, to be read, 15 Oct.Read twice, and committed, 31 Dec.Reported; Continuance thereof; Committees added; Ordinance passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 14 Jan. House put them in mind thereof. Ordinance returned, with Amendments; Amendments agreed to, Order for discharging the present Steward, and putting in another, Petition of the Treasurer of the Magazine, recommended by Lords, 1 Mar.
-, 1648, Petition of the Committee of the Militia, read; Ordinance for making the Estates of Members, Assistants, & c. of either House, within the Lines, liable to Assessments for them, ordered, 28 Mar.Additional Ordinance for further Power to them and the Militia of Parts adjacent, read twice, and committed; Clause to enable the Committees of the Militia to call Treasurers to account, and punish them for Refusal, to be brought in, 12 Apr.Ordinance read Third time; Amendments to be reported, 22 June. Reported, and agreed to; Ordinance passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, Names of fit Persons to be Committees of the Militia, ordered, 22 MayA Committee to examine the State of the Militia, Earl of Pembroke to appoint a Steward, 8 Junethe Militia to be joined with the City Militia, & c. 5 July. Vide LondonPetition of Inhabitants, read, and referred to the Committee on the Ordinance for that Purpose, Another read, and referred; Speaker's Answer.
-, College, 1647, Ordinance from Lords for leasing their Lands, to be considered, 28 Dec.They put House in mind thereof; Ordinance to be read, 15 Feb.4 Mar. Ordinance from Lords, impowering the Committee to bring in the Revenue, and punish such as disobey, read, and passed.
-, 1648, Order for preaching in the Abbey every Fastday, and for restraining Disturbances during the Sermon, 29 Mar.Additional Committees, agreed to by Lords, 19 Apr.

Westmoreland, 1647, Petition of customary Tenants, read, 7 Jan. Order for sending down Arms, 28 Feb.Returned from Lords, with Amendments; Amendments agreed to, 17 Mar.
-, 1648, Committees added by Lords, 30 JuneOrdinance for adding Gentlemen of Lancashire to the Committee of Sequestrations, and for raising 4,000. for Pay of the Lancashire Forces under Sir Ralph Aston, 29 JuneRead, and committed, 1 JulyAnother to the same Purport, read, and passed; agreed to by Lords.

Westmorland, Major Matthias, 1647, his Agreement for carrying 600 Men into Ireland, reported, read, and approved; Articles thereof; Order for advancing Money for them, 17 Mar. Severally agreed to by Lords.

Westrowe, Mr. 1647, a Committee to take his Examination concerning the King's Escape, with Power to search Places, and examine Parties, 12 Nov.

Wethereld, Richard, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed Lords Concurrence to be desired, 25 Mar.

Wetton, Lieutenant Colonel William, 1647, his Agreement to raise and transport a Regiment of Foot to Colonel Moncke, reported, read, and agreed to; Articles thereof, 16 Feb. Agreed to by Lords.

Weymouth and Melcombe-Regis, 1646, Governor appointed, 13 Mar.
-, 1647, Petition of Governor and Officers read; Order for 600. for the Use of the Garison, 15 JuneFor sending down Ammunition, For 1,000. for Repair of Weymouth Pier, & c. 16 JulyFor 750. for the Garison, in Part of their Arrears, 4 Oct.
-, 1648, Collector of the Customs to pay 700. in his Hands, 29 JulyGovernor impowered to put in Two Companies of Foot, if the Company there is drawn away, and to list in the mean timeThe Committee of Dorsetshire to take care of the Town, 1 Aug.

Whalley, Colonel Edward, 1646, Petition to be read, 5 & 8 Dec. Read; Order that he shall have 300. per Annum, Lands of Inheritance, out of the Earl of Newcastle's Estate, to be deducted out of his Arrears; a Committee to certify the Value of the Lands in 1641; the Committee of Accounts, to state, audite, and certify his Accounts.
-, 1647, Certificate of his Accounts reported, and to be read; Resolution that he shall have the Manor of Flawborough at Fifteen Years Purchase, in Consideration of his Arrears, and of paying the Surplusage Money; Ordinance for that Purpose, read, 3 Feb.Read Second time, and passed, 8 Mar. Returned from Lords, with Amendments; Amendments disagreed to. Conference desired thereupon; Managers appointed; Conference, agreed to, and held, His Regiment to be continued 8 Apr.His Relation touching the King's Escape, 13 Nov. Vide KingMr. Murray's Letter to him by way of Challenge. Vide Murray, William.

Wharton, George, 1647, a Committee to examine and find out the Authors, & c. of Two Pamphlets, One intituled, "No "Merlin nor Mercury, but a new Almanack, & c." the other intituled, "Bellum Hibernicale," by Captain George Wharton, Student in Astronomy, with Power to suppress them, and examine the Information concerning Money given by the Stationers Company for Copies thereof, 25 Sept.
-, Michael, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed, Lords Concurrence to be desired, 7 Jan.
-, Sir Michael, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 27 Jan.
-, Lord, 1647, Order for discharging him and his Assigns from 2,000. lent him by Order of both Houses, 17 Mar. Agreed to by Lords.

Wheeler, Captain Abraham, appointed Commander of a Ship, 26 Feb. 164617 Mar. 1647.
-, Mrs. 1648, King's Warrant to deliver his Ivory Cabinet, read, and referred to the Committee of Whitehall to confer with her, and examine what Things of Value have been delivered, and take an Inventory of those remaining, 19 Apr.

Whitchcott, Colonel, 1647, to be continued Governor of Windsor, 26 Mar.
-, Mr. 1647, desired to preach, 30 JuneThanked, and to print his Sermon, 2 Aug.

White, Mr. 1647, to be summoned to attend forthwith, 3 June.
-, Andrew, a Jesuit, 1647, his Petition from Lords; Order for his Discharge, and Departure out of the Kingdom within Fifteen Days, 7 Jan.

Whitehall, 1646, Order for selling the Plate in the Chapel, 8 Feb.
-, 1648, Major-general Skippon to consider what is sit to be done with the Ordnance there, and in the mean time leave a Guard to secure themTo consider what Beds are sit to be left, 30 May.

Whiteing, Edward, 1648, his Examination read, and referred to the Committee of the Navy; Order for continuing him in Custody, 12 Aug. Report; Order for trying him by martial Law.

Whitelock, Bulstrode, 1646, Order for paying him 2,000. towards Satisfaction of his Losses; Ordinance for that Purpose, and for paying Sir John Merrick 1,000. in Part of his Arrears, ordered, 29 Dec. Read, and passed, Agreed to by Lords, 2 Jan.

Whitmore, Valentine, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 24 Dec.

Whittacre, Laurence, 1647, Order for paying him 500. due from Sir Thomas Powell, 21 Mar. Agreed to by Lords.

Whittaker, Mr. desired to preach, 7& 30 June25 Feb. 164718 May, 1648Thanked, and to print his Sermons, 9 Dec. 16469 June, 164729 Mar.18 May, 1648.
-, Dr. 1648, Order for apprehending him, 19 Aug.

Wickstead, Richard, 1648, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 22 Apr.

Widmerpole, Joseph, 1648, Petition on his behalf referred to the Committee of Nottingham, with Power to give him Satisfaction for his Damages, 26 Aug.

Wigelsworth, Henry, 1648, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 14 June.

Wight, Isle of, 1646, Order for issuing Money therein, 2 Mar.
-, 1647, sent to Lords, 25 MayReturned, with Amendments; Amendments agreed to, 22 JuneOrdinance from Lords, appointing a Governor, read twice, and committed, 3 Sept. Gentlemen to go down with him, Schedule of the ordinary Charges appointed to continue in the Castle and Forts; Particulars thereof voted, and agreed to, except as excepted; Schedule to be annexed to his Patent, agreed to by Lords, Letters concerning an Insurrection, 1 Jan. Vide Burley, CaptainOrder for Victuals and other Necessaries for Carisbrooke Castle, and for Carriages for the Ordnance there, and in other Forts and Castles, Order for paying 200 SoldiersFor allowing the Governor 10. per Week out of the Surplusage accruing from the Retrenchment of the King's Family; 15 Feb.For paying him Monies raised by the late Mutineers Fines, For stating and auditing his Accounts, 3 Mar.The Committee of the Army to issue a Month's Pay for the Soldiers, Report of Order for paying 1,000. to the Governor.
-, 1648, Order for advancing the same Sum from time to time, 10 MayFor additional Allowance of 10. per Week to the GovernorA Committee to consider how 1,000. may be had to bestow upon him, and of 500. per Annum to be settled upon him and his Heirs for ever, 3 Apr.Order for 500. Part of 1,000. formerly assigned for fortifying Carisbrooke Castle, 10 May. Agreed to by Lords, Governor's Desires for Two additional Companies, referred to the Committee at Derby HouseHis Desires for a better Guard of Shipping, referred to the Committee of the Admiralty, Order for paying 2,500. to the Committee at Derby House, for the Service of the Island; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 2 June. The Money to be paid to the Governor, Order for sending 100 Granado Shells from Sussex, For sending Ordnance from thence, The Committee at Derby House to take care of the Safety of the Isle by Sea and Land. Report; General to send 500 Men, Governor's Letter read, 1 JulyAnother from him, to be printed; a Committee to prepare Letter, taking Notice of his Faithfulness and good Services, and desiring the Continuance thereof, His Letter read; Order for paying Monies assigned to him out of the Taxes of Southampton County, in the First Place; Letter for that Purpose to be sent to the CommitteeOrder recommending it to the Committee of the Revenue to make speedy Payment of Monies assigned upon them to him, Another Letter read; Order for 1,000. for maintaining the Forces, and for sending a Troop of Horse, Another read; Treasurer of the Army for Hants to pay 1,748. out of the Monies raised, 15 Aug.

Wilbraham, Hugh, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 23 Sept.
-, Roger, 1648, Letter of Thanks to him, ordered, 26 Aug.

Wilcox, Auditor, 1647, Order for paying him 1,000. in full of all Demands; Ordinance for that Purpose, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 8 Mar.

Wilde, Serjeant, 1646, Petition read; and referred to the Committee on the Losses of divers Officers by taking away the Court of Wards; Order for Stay of certain Compositions in the mean time, 2 Jan.Previous Question that he shall go the Lincolnshire Circuit, Neg. 6 Feb.
-, 1647, previous Question that he shall go the same Circuit, Neg. 8 July.
-, Robert, 1648, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 30 Mar.

Wildman, John, 1647. Vide Lilbourne, Lieutenant Colonel JohnTo be sent for by Serjeant, and brought to the Bar, 18 Jan. Brought; Narrative concerning disrespectful Words spoken by him; heard thereupon; Business referred to a Trial at Law; Managers and Solicitor appointed; Order for his Commitment to Newgate for treasonable and seditious Practices against the State. Officers of the Guards to assist the Serjeant in carrying him thither, His Petition read; previous Question for bailing him, Neg. 21 Feb.

Wilkinson, Captain Thomas, 1647, Petition referred to the Committee of the Northern Association, 10 Nov.

William, Elizabeth, 1648. Vide Privileges.

Williams, Dr. John, 1646, Colonel Mitton's Letter recommending him to Favour, read; Order for discharging his Delinquency, upon taking the Negative Oath and Covenant, and for Stay of Proceedings by reason thereof; Ordinance for that Purpose, ordered, 21 Jan.
-, 1647, Read; Clause added; Ordinance passed, 30 Mar.
-, Agreed to by Lords, 2 Apr.
-, Captain Reeve, 1647, Petition reported, and referred back to the Committee to settle his Desires, 13 Apr.Report from the Committee of the Admiralty in his Behalf, with Lords Sense thereupon, 8 Oct. Order for him and his Owners to have Prizes taken by a Ship not commissioned to make Reprisals.
-, Maurice, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 27 May.
-, Nicolas, 1647, Order for his Execution, 12 June.
-, Colonel William, 1648, Orders for him to demolish the Dee Mills near Chester, 28 Mar.

Williamson, George, 1647, Petition concerning the Discovery of a way to raise Monies, referred to the Committee of Westminster, 23 Sept.

Willis, Richard, 1647, Order for paying him 163.Part touching his Fee of 40. per Annum by Patent, referred to the Committee of the Revenue, 24 Mar.

Willoughby, Captain Richard, 1646, his Letter, with an intercepted Letter from Dublin, 6 Feb. Vide Moulin.
-, Lord, of Parham, 1646, Certificate of his Accounts recommended by Lords, read, and approved; Order for paying him 3,155. 15s. 10d. out of Sir Thomas Lyttelton's Estate, 4 Mar. Agreed to by Lords.
-, 1647, Ordinance from Lords concerning him, read; nothing done thereupon, 20 JulyResolution for impeaching him of High Treason; Impeachment sent to Lords, with Desire he may be sequestered from the House, and committed, 8 Sept.Message to Lords desiring them to appoint a Time for bringing up the Articles, 17 Sept;14 Oct. Time appointed. A Committee to prepare them. Articles reported, read one by one, and agreed to; Order for Ingrossment, Message from Lords, desiring a speedy Proceeding, Message to them, desiring longer Time for bringing up the Articles, agreed to, 2 Dec.Orders and Warrants signed by him, and other Informations and Matters of Evidence, reported, and read. Ingrossed Articles read; previous and main Questions for sending them up now, severally Affirmative, 27 Jan.
-, 1648, Resolution against proceeding any further upon his Impeachment, 3 June. To be communicated to Lords Message from them, that they resolve to discharge him unless House proceed by a Day appointed.
-, Sir Francis, 1647, his Petition from Lords, 29 Apr.
-, Read, with another to House, 26 Aug.Another from them read; Order for 700. for Relief of his Lady and Children, 17 Nov.Agreed to by Lords, 8 Dec.An. other Petition read; Order for Interest for the Money, 15 Feb.
-, 1648, another from them, with special Recommendation, 13 Apr.Petition to House, read; Order for paying him 500. 31 Aug.
-, Lord, Earl of Lindsay's Son, 1647, Order from Lords for Pass for him, his Servants, & c. to go into France, agreed to, 26 Aug.
-, Colonel William, 1648, Petition read; Order for public Faith to him for Monies dueFor stating and auditing his AccountsThe Committee at Derby House to consider what he has disbursed by their Appointment, 27 July.

Wills, 1646, the Committee at Haberdashers Hall to consider of those brought from Oxon, 17 Mar.
-, 1647, Report touching the Probate of Wills, the Prerogative Court, and Civilians; Heads of an Ordinance touching the Probate of Wills, agreed to, 2 Feb.

Wilson, William, 1647, appointed Searcher of the Port of Boston, 27 May. Lords Concurrence signified.
-, Mr. of Kent, 1647, desired to preach, 30 Dec. Thanked, and to print his Sermon, 26 Jan.
-, Rowland, 1647, Petition to be read, 18 Dec. Read; Order appointing him and Ralph Hall Deputy Registers in Chancery, and for a Commission to them, 29 Jan.
-, Order renewed to the present Commissioners of the Great Seal, 20 Mar.
-, 1648, Lords Concurrence signified, 17 Apr.Their Petition read, and referred to the Committee of the Navy, 4 Aug.
-, Thomas, 1648, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 1 July.

Wilts, 1646, Ordinance for Leave to the Sheriff to reside out of the County, read, and passed, 6 Jan. Agreed to by Lords.
-, 1647, Order appointing High Sheriff, and for a Commission to him, 17 Nov. Disagreed to by Lords; House adhere to their Vote, Members sent down for bringing in the Arrears of the Assessments for 600,000. The Committee of the Army to prepare Instructions for them, and a Letter to hasten the Payment, 23 Dec. Instructions and Letter reported, read, and agreed to, Additional Commissioners for the monthly Assessments of 60,000. 24 Jan. Agreed to by Lords.
-, 1648, Sheriff has Leave to reside out of the County, 4 Apr.Members sent down for Preservation of the Peace thereof, 30 MayAdditional Committees, agreed to by Lords, 1 JuneCommittees Letter referred to the Committee for Irish Affairs, Ordinance for Payment of the Forces, ordered, 1 Aug.Ordinance for settling the Militia, read twice, and committed. Reported, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired.

Winchester, 1648, Ordinance for settling a Maintenance on preaching Ministers there, ordered, 4 Apr.Order for disfranchising one Alderman, and restoring another, For securing the Castle, 19 May.
-, Marquis of, 1646, the Committee of Sequestrations to consider out of what Lands his and his Lady's weekly Allowance shall issueTo take care their Children are not educated in the Popish Religion, 7 Dec.
-, 1647, Order from Lords for him to go to the Waters at Epsom, 3 Sept. Agreed to, Ordinance from them for him to continue upon Bail, 15 Oct. They put House in mind thereof; Ordinance read, and passed, Time inlarged by Lords for Four Months longer, 28 Dec.Like Order from them, agreed to, 7 Jan.
-, 1648, Marchioness's Petition read; Order for allowing her 4. per Week for Maintenance of her Family, 30 Mar. Agreed to by Lords, Order from Lords for inlarging his time of Liberty Four Months longer, 8 May For inlarging it Three Months; Question for agreeing thereto, Neg. Another Order from them for Four Months longer, 17 JuneTheir Message, desiring he may be at Liberty upon Bail.

Windall, Thomas, 1646, Order for paying him 100. in consideration of his Services, 9 Jan.

Windebank, Sir Thomas, 1648, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 23 Mar.

Windham, Dame Elizabeth, 1647, her Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning her Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 14 June.

Windsor, 1646, Order for slighting the Works about the Castle For continuing the Forces there, 23 Feb.
-, 1647, Governor to be continued, 26 Mar.Order for paying the Garison 1,000. towards their Arrears, 23 Sept. Agreed to by Lords, For paying them 450. for their present Relief, 4 Oct.Business concerning the Poor Knights, referred to the Committee of Hospitals, 6 Jan.
-, 1648, Ordinance from Lords for settling a Minister in the Chapel, 18 MayGeneral's Letter concerning Fortifications for the Castle, and other Necessaries for the Garison; Order for 500. to furnish them with Victuals, and make the necessary Fortifications; the Committee of the Army to furnish them with 100 Beds. Order for sending them down, Order from Lords, appointing a Constable of the Castle, agreed to, 27 July.

Wingate, Captain Edward, 1647, Order for restoring his Horses, 3 Aug.His Petition, with Certificate of his Accounts of 29th May last, read, and allowedFurther Demand of 730. allowed; Order for paying him 1,663.The Committee of Complaints to consider the illegal Trial and Sentence of Death given against him, and how he may have Reparation of the Commissioners of Oyer and Terminer, 23 Dec.

Wingfield, 1646, Order for demolishing the new Works about the Manor, and disgarisoning the House, 25 Feb.

Wingfield, Sir Richard, 1647, Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 30 Mar.

Winwood, Richard, 1646, former Order for paying him 500. with Interest, vacatedThe Committee at Goldsmiths Hall to pay it out of Delinquents Estates to be named by him, 4 Feb.

Wisbich, 1646, Petition of Inhabitants specially recommended by Lords, read, and referred to the Committee of the Eastern AssociationOrder for respiting the Arrears of Taxes for Lands under Water, 3 Mar.

Wither, Major George, 1646, Petition referred to the Committee of the Navy, 28 Dec.
-, 1647, another Petition read, and referred to the Committee of Accounts, to state and certify his AccountsThe Committee of the Navy to consider those already stated, and of a present Supply for him, and for his future Satisfaction; Order for his Discharge, 20 Oct.Order for paying him 1,681. in Satisfaction for his ArrearsFor paying him 1,800. in Satisfaction of his Losses and Damages; Lords Concurrence to be desiredOrdinance for Payment of his Arrears, ordered, 8 Mar. Read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired.

Wogan, Captain Thomas, 1646, the Committee of Accounts to state and certify his Accounts, 13 Feb.
-, 1647, Order for him to march with his Troop to Liverpoole, 2 July.
-, 1648, sent into Pembrokeshire to settle the Peace of the County; the Committee at Derby House to prepare Instructions for him, 28 Mar.His Letter, with Paper inclosed of the Names of Officers that came over to Colonel Horton, 20 May. Vide Langherne, Major-generalThe Committee at Derby House to grant him a Commission to be Governor of Aberystwyth Castle upon Lieutenant-general Cromwell's LetterOrder for paying him 300. in Part of his Arrears, 20 June.

Wollascott Catharine, 1648, her Petition from Lords, referred to the Committee at Goldsmiths Hall, 18 May.

Wolleston, Richard. Vide Gethin, Maurice.
-, Mr. 1646, Report concerning him to be made, 3 Mar.

Wolseley, Sir Charles, 1647, Ordinance for discharging his Sequestration, read twice, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 8 Oct.

Wolsingham, 1647, Ordinance from Lords appointing a Rector, 15 Mar. They put House in mind thereof; Ordinance read, and passed.

Wood, 1647, Order for meeting of the Committee for Sale thereof, 3 July4 Dec. Account of Money raised thereupon, reported; Order touching the Payment of Arrears in their Hands.

Wood, Humphrey, 1648, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 30 Mar.
-, Captain John, 1648, Report upon his Petition, 1 June.

Woodcock, Mr. 1647, desired to preach, 10 Aug. Excused.

Woodridge, Benjamin. Vide Newbury.

Woodward, Alexander, 1648, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 28 Mar.

Wool, 1647, Ordinance prohibiting the Transportation thereof, and of Woollen Yarn, Fullers Earth, and Clay, to be read, 20 Nov. Read. Committed, Reported, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desiredOrder against transporting any from Ireland, except into England and Wales; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 8 Jan.Ordinance from Lords for transporting it into Guernsey, read, and passed, 15 Mar.

Worcester County, 1647, Order appointing High Sheriff, and for a Commission to him, 17 Nov. Agreed to by Lords, 29 Members sent down for bringing in the Arrears of the Assessments of 600,000. The Committee of the Army to prepare Instructions for them, and a Letter to hasten the Payment, 23 Dec. Instructions and a Letter reported, read, and agreed to.
-, 1648, Committees Letter read; Power given them to raise a Troop of Horse at their own Charge, 18 Apr.To raise what Forces they shall think fit; Lords Concurrence to be desiredOrdinance for a Month's Assessment for their Forces, ordered, 30 JuneCommittees Letter, with Examinations of Prisoners, tending to surprising some Garisons, and garisoning some Place for the King; House approves of raising Forces, and garisoning Hartlebury Castle; Letter of Thanks ordered, 11 JulyCommittees added to the Committee of Sequestrations; Lords Concurrence to be desired, Ordinance for suppressing Tumults, and raising and paying Forces, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 8 Aug.
-, City, 1646, Letter concerning Obstructions in the Excise, read, 20 Jan.
-, 1647, Order for continuing the Mayor, 4 Sept. Returned from Lords, with Amendments; Amendments agreed to, with Amendments; those Amendments agreed to by Lords, Ordinance for selling the Leaden Steeple of the Cathedral, and employing the Money for repairing adjacent Churches and Hospitals, ordered, 25 Oct.Read, and passed, 17 Feb. Agreed to by Lords.
-, late Bishop of. Vide Prideaux, John.
-, Earl of, 1646, Order from Lords for Fees to the Black Rod for bringing him up, 18 Dec.Their Desires for an Allowance for his Funeral, and other Charges, out of his own Estate; previous and main Questions for allowing 500. for that purpose, severally Affirmative; Order touching raising and disposing of the Money, Ordinance from Lords for Sale of his, Lord Herbert of Ragland, and Sir John Somerset's Estates, read twice, and committed; Petition referred, 4 Feb. Ordinance reported, and passed, with Amendment. Amendments agreed to by Lords, with Amendments; those Amendments to be considered. Agreed to.
-, 1647, Petition of his Daughters, read, and referred to a Committee, 17 Mar.

Worseley Tower, 1646, to be continued a Garison, with the same Number of Men as are now establishedA Committee to consider of an Establishment for them, 2 Mar.

Worsley, Benjamin, 1647, appointed general Surgeon to the Army in Ireland, 16 July.

Worsnam, Sir Joseph, 1647, Lords put House in mind of his Petition, 20 July.

Worthington, Brice, of, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 5 Jan.

Wren, Bishop, 1648, to be sent to General, and used as the Committees of Essex are used, 26 June.

Wresle, 1646, to be disgarisoned, and made untenable, 26 Feb.

Wrexham, 1648, Order from Lords for a Patent for a Collection for the Town for a Loss by Fire, 17 JuneRead, and agreed to, 10 July.

Wright, John, 1647, the Judge at York to reprieve or bail him, 14 May.
-, Edward 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 21 Sept.
-, Hurstwait, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 28 Dec.

Writs, 1647, Ordinance authorizing Members of both Houses to seal Writs, Commissions, and other Matters appointed to be sealed the last Seal-day, read twice, 31 July.
-, New, 1646, viz. Norwich, 7 Dec. Carnarvon County and Borough, Beaumaris, Lestwithiel, Bodmyn, Merioneth County. Old Sarum, Camelford, Helston, Westlow, Eastlow, Fowey, Leskard, Michell, St. Mawes, St. Ives, Bossiney, Newport, 9 Feb.Lincoln City, Rippon, 15 Mar. Radnor County and Borough, and York County.
-, 1647, Camelford, 14 Apr. Norfolk, Penryn, 11 MayNewcastle, 23 July. Wendover, Merioneth County, 26 Aug.Shastesbury, 15 Oct. Stafford County. Boroughbriggs, Newport, Malden, 1 Mar. Bodmyn, Aldburgh. Andover, Petersfield. York County, Harwich. And Lurgeshall.
-, 1648, Devon, 28 Mar.Middlesex, 12 Apr.Guilford, 6 May. Abingdon, Reading. Bewdley, 10 May 15 JuneQueenborough, 10 MayAnd Fowey, 14 June.

Wrotham, 1647, Ordinance for dividing the Parish, read twice, and committed, 31 Jan.Reported, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desiredAnother for vacating the Presentation of the Vicar, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 24 Mar.

Wyan, Captain, 1648, the Committee at Derby House to grant him a Commission to command a Troop of Horse, 1 July, Agreed to by Lords.

Wyberroe, Anne, 1646, Petition reported; Order for bestowing 100. upon her; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 28 Jan.

Wyberton, 1647, Ordinance from Lords appointing a Rector, 15 Mar.
-, 1648, read, and passed, 21 Apr.

Wynsahame, George, 1646, Message from Lords, desiring he may be of the Assembly of Divines, as the other Commissioners of Scotland are, agreed to, 13 Feb.

22 23 & 24 Car. I. Parl. 5. A. 1646, 1647, & 1648.

YARMOUTH, 1646, to be continued a Garison, with the same Number of Men as are now established; a Committee to consider of an Establishment for them, 2 Mar.
-, 1648, Letter of Thanks to the Mayor, & c. for their Faithfulness to the Parliament, ordered, 9 JuneThe Committee at Derby House to grant Commissions to the Gentlemen of the Town to raise Forces, Letter from thence, and Paper inclosed, to be communicated to Lords, 27 July General's Letter, touching the Defence of the Town, reported; referred to him to take Care for the Security thereof, 1 Aug.

Yarranton, Captain, 1648, Order for a Gratuity of 500. to him, for his Discovery of the Enemy's Design to surprize Hereford, and other strong HoldsFor furnishing him with HorsesThanked for his Discretion and Valour, 21 July.

York County, 1646, Petition of Inhabitants, to be read, 8 & 19 Dec.Petition of Officers, with General's Letter of Recommendation, read; Order for 4,000. for the Forces, 11 Jan.
-, 1647, Order for making Report concerning the Receiver, 30 Sept.Appointing High Sheriff, and for a Commission to him, 17 Nov. Agreed to by Lords, Members sent down for bringing in the Arrears of the Assessments of 600,000. The Committee of the Army to prepare Instructions for them, and a Letter to hasten the Payment, 23 Dec. Instructions and Letter reported, read, and agreed to, Committee added to the Committee of Sequestrations, 23 Custos Rotulorum appointed; Ordinance for that Purpose ordered, 16 Mar.
-, 1648, Letter that divers Gentlemen had agreed to raise Forces for Defence of the County; Names read; their Proceedings approved; Letter of Thanks ordered, 22 May Additional Committees, agreed to by Lords, 1 JuneCommittees Letter read; Order for them to garison Places ordered to be demolished, and slight them when proper, to be sent to themAnother Letter; the Committee of the Northern Association to consider of levying Monies for the Forces raised, Petition of supernumerary Officers, read, Proceedings of the County, in levying 7,000. towards settling the Militia, and raising Forces, approved, Order for Letter of Thanks to the Committee, for their good Service against the Scots, 23 Aug.
-, new Writ, 23 Mar. 164616 Mar. 1647.
-, City, 1646, General's Letter concerning the Necessities of the Garison; Order for sending down Ammunition, 8 Dec.Committees added to the Committee of Sequestrations
-, Duke of. Vide King.
-, late Archbishop of. Vide Williams, Dr. John.

Young, Captain, 1647, appointed Commander of a Ship, 27 Sept.
-, John, senior, 1647, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 24 Dec.
-, Patrick, 1647, Order for paying him 2,000. in lieu of his yearly Pension, 27 Dec. Agreed to by Lords.

22 23 & 24 Car. I. Parl. 5. A. 1646, 1647, & 1648.

ZACHARIE, Colonel, 1648, Order for releasing him out of Prison, and discharging him of a Fine set upon him by the Committee of Indemnity, upon his indemnifying Mr. Lee, 4 July. Agreed to by Lords.

Zouch, Dr. Richard, 1648, his Fine accepted; Ordinance for pardoning his Delinquency, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 30 Mar.