Acts and Ordinances of the Interregnum, 1642-1660. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1911.
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[21 March, 1645/6.]
It is this Day Ordered and Declared, by the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament, That all Clauses constained in One Ordinance of both Houses of Parliament, dated the 2 November, 1643, whereby Robert Earl of Warwick is constituted Admiral and Governor in Chief of all the Foreign Plantations planted by the English and other His Majesty's Subjects, and divers Members of both Houses of Parliament are constituted Commissioners, to join in Aid and Assistance with him, for ordering the Affairs of the said Plantations, do continue in full Force, any former Ordinance notwithstanding: And it is furthered Ordered, That the Earl of Northumberland, the Earl of Nottingham, the Earl of Salisbury, the Earl of Denbigh, the Lord Dacres, and the Lord Bruce, Members of the House of Peers; and Mr. Solicitor General, Mr. Alexander Rigby, Sir John Clotworthy, Mr. George Fenwick, Mr. Salwey Junior, Mr. Purfrey, Mr. Francis Allen, Mr. John Ash, Mr. Prideaux, Sir Henry Mildmay, Mr. Recorder Glynn, Mr. Snelling, Sir Philip Stapilton, and Sir William Waller, Members of the House of Commons; be added to the Commissioners named in the said Ordinance; which Members of both Houses so added are to have the same Power as the other Commissioners formely named.