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Lacy,
-, Richard. Vide Warwick, Town.
-, Francis, 1643, committed to Lord Petre's House, 20 June.

Ladd.
-, Vide Smith, George.

Lafield,
-, Dr. 1643, committed to Southwark Compter, 19 July.

Laistosse,
-, 1642, a Committee to execute the Design upon that Town, and the Hundred of Lovengham, 23 Mar.

Lake,
-, Lancelot, 1643, Order for restoring his Horses - The Officer who seized them to be sent for, as a Delinquent, 3 July.

Lamb,
-, Sir John, 1643. Vide Privileges - Order for Sale of his sequestered Goods, 29 June.

Lambert,
-, Colonel, 1644, Order for 300 £ to him for his good Services, 30 Mar.
-, Captain, 1644, the Committee for Prisoners to send him to a safe Place, 29 July.

Lambeth,
-, 1643, State of the Riot there reported; Resolutions thereupon; Conference to be desired, 3 Apr. Desired, and agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, 6 - Previous Question for sequestering the Living, Affirmative; main Question, Neg. 11 July - Order for sequestering it, read, and agreed to, 7 Oct.
-, House, 1643, Petition of Keeper; Order for his having Grounds adjoining, 3 June.

Lambourne,
-, 1643, Ordinance for sequestering the Living, read, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 22 Apr. Desired, 28.

L' Amont,
-, Sir James de, and Sir Joseph Douglas, 1643, Letter concerning their Soldiers being seized and stayed, read; Letter and Petition referred to the Committee for the Navy, 5 Oct.

Lamshall,
-, 1643, Order for sequestering the Living, read, and agreed to, 20 Oct.

Lancaster,
-, County, 1642, Order for sending down 40 Barrels of Powder, or 300 £ in Part of Satisfaction of a former Warrant for a greater Sum, 22 Mar.
-, 1643, like Order for Powder, 1 June - Letter of Acknowledgment to the Gentlemen of the County for their good Services, to be signed by Spenker, 21 - Deputy Lieutenant added, 6 July. Lords Concurrence signified, 8 - Deputy Lieutenants and Committees to chuse an Auditor and Treasurer for the Monies collected for Maintenance of the Soldiers, and take care they are duly paid, 6 Sept. - Order for dischargeing Officers that refuse to take the Covenant, 19 - Order touching Preaching Ministers, 9 Oct. - A Committee to take Account of Monies raised and disbursed there, and to examine Offences against the House, or the Safety of the County, 18. Committee added - Ordinance for impresting Men, 27 - Committees Letters concerning the State of the County, and English Soldiers landed from Ireland, and desiring Supplies of Ammunition, &c. read, 25 Nov. - 22 Dec. - Appointment of High Sheriff respited, 30 - The Committee for Safety to provide Arms for the County, 15 Jan.
-, 1644, Order for delivering 50 Barrels of Powder, 1 June - Member to prepare Ordinance for securing Money to the Forces, 25 - Ordinance read twice, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 10 July. Signified, 12 - Committees Letter, desiring Lancashire may be joined to the Association of the Northern Counties, read, 17 June - The Committee of both Kingdoms to receive Informations of the State of the County, 25 - Another Committee to consider of supplying the Forces with Money, 1 July - Ordinance for Relief of maimed Soldiers there, 5 Aug. - Deputy Lieutenants added, 7 Sept. - 1 Nov. - Moiety of the Collections at the next Fast to be disposed of for Relief of poor distressed Persons there, 11 Sept. - Ordinance authorizing several Persons to ordain in the County, 25 Nov. - Sent to Lords, 12 Dec. - High Sheriff appointed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 2 Dec. Signified, 3.
-, Town, 1643, Order for sequestering the Living, read, and agreed to, 9 Oct.
-, Duchy of, 1643, Member to inquire of the Chancellor where the Seal is, 6 Mar.
-, 1644, Letter concerning its being taken away; Order for making a new one; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 5 Apr. - House put them in mind thereof; their Answer; fresh Order for making it, 10. Agreed to by Lords, 11 - Ordinance for invalidating the Duchy Seal from the Time it was taken from the Vice-chancellor, and for using a new one, 25 Nov. - Returned from Lords, with Amendments; Amendments agreed to; Ordinance to be printed, 17 Dec. - Members to demand and bring it to the House, 23.

Lance,
-, Francis, 1643, to be sent to Lord General, to be put upon a Council of War; Order for his Commitment to Newgate in the mean time, 18 Dec.

Landas,
-, Frederick de, 1643, to have Warrant to go beyond Sea; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 16 May.

Landguard
-, Fort, and Harwich, 1643, a Committee to go down and inquire into the State thereof; Earl of Holland and the Bailiffs to be desired to assist them, 8 Apr. - Committees appointed for the Employment concerning Landguard Fort, 12.

Lanerick,
-, Earl of, 1643, voted an Incendiary; Resolution for sequestering his Estate in England, 10 May - Petition on his behalf, sent from Lords, and another to House, severally read; Resolution for sending him in safe Custody to Oxon, Manner referred to the Committee for Safety, 22 Jan. - The same Committee to examine him concerning a Commission sent into Ireland, when he was Secretary, touching the Rebellion - Order for delivering him to Lord Maitland, to be conveyed as a Prisoner into Scotland, 1 Feb.

Laney,
-, Mr. 1643, to be removed from a Ship to Wincheater House, 12 Sept.

Langham,
-, Sheriff, 1642, Order against his landing Currans, 20 Mar.
-, 1643, Leave for a Motion concerning that Business, 31 Mar. - Question for Leave to land and sell them, Neg.; Time allowed him to transport them, 4 Apr. - Declaration, that listing under him is an acceptable Service, 17 - Conference desired by Lords concerning him, 21. Agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; Report to be resumed, 22 - Business concerning his Currans to be considered, 13 & 16 May. Liberty given him to land them, 18 - To be discharged from being Commissioner of the Excise, 7 Oct.
-, Colonel, 1643, Letter from Merchant Taylors Company, requiring him to attend their Service, read; Question for dispensing with him from his Employment in the Army, Neg.; Resolution, that his Absence shall not prejudice him, to be sent to the Company, 15 July.

Langley,
-, Henry, 1643, to be sent for, as a Delinquent, 6 May.
-, William, 1643, Complaint touching cutting down his Timber, 11 Apr. Vide Smith, George.
-, Mr. 1644, desired to preach, 30 Oct. - Excused, 7 Nov. - Desired again to preach, 27.
-, Timothy, a Surgeon, 1644, his Neglect of repairing to the Army, referred to the Commissioners for martial Law, 1 Nov.
-, 1644, Sir William, his Letter, referred to the Committee for the Navy, 10 July - Order for Restitution of his Collieries, and Satisfaction for Coals sold - The Committee to contract with him, and transfer the Contract to the Committees at Sunderland - Power given him to take and work Delinquents Collieries, 15. Order amended, 16.

Lanier,
-, Elizabeth, 1643, to have Pass to go into Flanders, 9 June.

Laud,
-, William, Archbishop of Canterbury, 1643, a Committee to prepare Proofs and manage Proceedings against him, 3 May - Ordinance from Lords concerning sequestering his Power of collating to ecclesiastical Benefices, agreed to, 16 - His Petition from Lords, and Ordinance impowering him to collate to the Living of Chatham, read; Ordinance agreed to; Petition referred to the Committee for Sequestrations, 25 - Another Petition, with Lords Order thereupon; Order read, and agreed to, 10 June - Papers concerning his Trial to be delivered to a Committee; the Committee to hasten it, 15 July - Person to be examined concerning the Charge, 27 - Charge to be reported, 14 Sept. - Additional Articles read; Order for Second Reading, 26 - Read one by one; agreed to, and to be ingrossed, 3 Oct. Ingrossed Articles read, and agreed to; Conference desired thereupon, agreed to, 19. Managers appointed, 20. - His Petition from Lords, desiring to have the Papers taken from him; Order for him to have Copies thereof, 27 - Another Petition, desiring a Distinguishment of the Articles, read; nothing done thereupon, 8 Nov. - His Answer to the Articles, 22 - The Committee for his Trial to prepare Evidences, and summon Witnesses, 11 Dec. - Message from Lords, desiring House to consider his Answer; Trial appointed, 3 & 15 Jan. - 4 & 11 Mar. - Managers appointed, 3 Jan. - Message from Lords, acquainting the House they are ready to hear the Charge, 16 - His further Answer read, and referred to the Managers, 22 - Order for Sale of his sequestered Goods, 24 Feb. - His Petition, desiring Members may be examined, agreed to; Message to Lords, desiring several of their Members may be examined; Answer thereto - Order for a Recompence to Clerks, &c. employed by the Committee, 9 Mar. - Another Message, desiring a Member may be examined at home, and that one of their Members may be examined; Answer thereto, 11 - Lawyers to attend the Trial, 18 - Another Petition, desiring more Members may be examined, agreed to, 20.
-, 1644, Trial deferred, 22, 25 & 30 Apr. - 8 & 13 May - 1 & 15 July - Message to Lords, desiring them to meet early on the Day appointed for the Trial, 27 Apr. - His Petition from Lords, desiring a Maintenance, 8 May. Referred to the Committee for Sequestrations, 20 - Order for him to have a Sight of the Books, ordered by Lords; a Member to carry the Keys, and be present, 8 June - A Committee to consider his pleading the large Treaty, and Act of Oblivion, 5 Aug. Their Report; Order for proceeding upon the rest of the Articles, and omitting that of his being an Incendiary, 21 - Further Hearing appointed, 24 Aug. - 3 Sept. - House to consider of proceeding against him by Ordinance, 3 Sept. - Questions propounded by his Counsel, concerning Matters of Law, communicated by Lords, and referred to a Committee, 14 - Order for making Report, 1 Oct. Report of Resolutions sent to Lords - Day appointed for hearing his Counsel, 4 - Lawyers to state the Evidence at his Trial, and present their Opinions touching further Proceedings, 12 - Ordinance for adjudging him attainted of High Treason upon his Impeachment, and to suffer Death, read twice, and committed; Member, upon Report, to sum up the State and Matter of the Evidence, 31 - Order for bringing him to Bar to hear it, 1 Nov. Ordinance reported; Archbishop brought; Manner of receiving him; Evidence summed up; Day appointed for hearing him, 2. Heard; Business to be resumed; Lieutenant of the Tower to bring him again, 11. Brought; Evidence and his Answer summed up; Ordinance passed, 13. Sent to Lords, 16. Message to them, desiring them to expedite it; Answer thereto, 28 - Free Conference desired by Lords concerning his Attainder, agreed to; Reporters appointed; free Conference held, 24 Dec.

Launceston,
-, 1644, Report concerning Lord General's taking the Horse Bridge, 2 Aug.

Law,
-, Mr. 1644, Order for Repayment of his Loan, 22 May.

Law,
-, martial 1643, Lord General's Commission for executing Offenders thereby - Lord General to be desired to leave out the Clause of Exception, and appoint a President and Judge Advocate, 18 Nov.
-, 1644, Ordinance for establishing a Council of War for Trial of Offenders according to Law martial, read twice, and committed, 18 May - Reported, and passed, 15 July. Sent to Lords, 20. Returned, with Amendments; Amendments in Part disagreed to; a Committee to assign Reasons; Conference to be desired; Managers appointed, 29. - Reasons reported; Conference desired, agreed to, and held, 1 Aug. Message to Lords, desiring them to expedite the Ordinance, 3, 5 & 10. Conference desired by them, agreed to; Reporters appointed, 10. Conference held, and reported; Lords Amendments read, and in Part disagreed to; free Conference to be desired; Managers appointed, 12. Free Conference desired, agreed to, and held, 14 - Commissioners to sit in Guildhall; Serjeant to give them Notice, 19 - Members Commissioners to attend - A Committee to withdraw, and inlarge the Quorum - Ordinance for that Purpose, read, and agreed to, 26. Lords Concurrence signified, 29. - A Committee to prepare Ordinance for continuing the former, 25 Nov. Ordinance read, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 30 - A Committee to prepare Message to desire them to expedite it; Message read, agreed to, and sent; Ordinance returned with Amendments; Amendments agreed to, 5 Dec.

Lawley,
-, Sir Thomas, and Lady, 1643, to have Pass to Rotterdam. 8 Apr. - His House to be employed for receiving the sick Soldiers, 9 June.

Lawrance,
-, Thomas, 1644, Order for restoring him to his Collieries and Coals upon the Staiths, &c. 26 Nov.

Lawrence,
-, Mr. 1643, Information against him, referred to the Committee for the Navy, 10 June - Order for sequestering his Office of Customer of Poole - for his Discharge, 19.
-, Adam, 1643, to have Warrant to pass with his Wife, &c. into Holland, 8 Aug.
-, Mr. 1643, be sent for, as a Delinquent, to answer a Compliant against him, 9 Aug.
-, James, 1643. Vide Privileges.

Lawson,
-, Robert, 1642, Petition referred to the Committee for Irish Affairs, 17 Mar.

Lea,
-, Peter, 1643, Order for his Discharge, 17 Aug.

Leadbeater,
-, Samuel, 1643. Vide Privileges.

League,
-, solemn. Vide Covenant.

Leaguer,
-, 1643, a Committee to take Order that Intelligence come from thence every Day; Order for Money to defray the Charge thereof, and for Horses, 21 Apr.

Leay,
-, Ambrose, 1643, to be sent up in safe Custody, 6 May.

Lechford,
-, Sir Richard, 1643, to be exchanged for Captain Powell, 19 Sept.

Ledgar,
-, Mr. and Mr. Lawson, 1643, Order for Stay of Proceedings against them, for seizing a Ship going to Newcastle - To be thanked for the Service, 4 Apr.

Lee,
-, William, 1643, to be brought up in safe Custody, to answer Matters objected against him, 3 July.
-, Sir John, 1643, admitted into the House, upon a Report from the Committee for absent Members, 3 July - To attend the Committee for sequestering absent Members Estates, 28 Sept. - Order for reimbursing Monies be shall advance, 11 Nov.
-, Thomas, 1643, to be exchanged for Mr. Upton, 28 Aug. - Order for paying Money of his, in Mr. Ward's Hands, to a Committee, 22 Jan.
-, Captain, 1643, Examination of Pacquets returned from him, referred to the Committee for Examinations, 28 Oct.
-, Lieutenant Colonel, 1644, to be exchanged for Lieutenant Colonel Wright, 7 Aug.

Leech,
-, Mr. 1643. Vide Privileges.
-, James, 1643, Petition referred to the Committee for Sequestrations, 25 May.
-, Francis, 1643, to have Warrant to go to Leyden, 26 May.

Leedes,
-, Sir John, 1643, his Letter, with Papers inclosed, read, and referred to the Committee for Safety, 2 June.

Leeving,
-, Mr. 1644, Proceedings against him, upon a Reference from a Committee to the Earl of Denbigh, to be stayed till further Order, 11 Apr.

Leger,
-, Mr. St. Vide Boteler.

Leicester,
-, Town, 1643, the Committee for Safety to send down Ordnance, &c. 15 Apr. - Committees added, 29 June - 4 Sept. - Letter desiring Horse Arms, referred to the Committee for Safety, 19 - Order for sequestering the Mastership of the Hospital, 8 Jan. - Chancellor of the Duchy to be desired to bestow it upon Mr. Gray, 6 Mar. - Letters relating a Victory over the Enemy at Hinckley, 11 - Another Letter, relating the Passages of a Skirmish with the Enemy at Coote's Bridge, &c. 23. Vide Bingley and Hartopp.
-, 1644, Letter, Relation, and Examinations, concerning Forces sent against the Enemy at Loughborough, referred to a Committee, 4 Apr. - Order for sequestering the Government of the Hospital, 11 - Governor's Letter concerning the March of the Newcastle Forces towards the Town, 13 May - Committees Letter, and Letter inclosed, relating the taking 600 Horse and 400 Foot, 31 Oct.
-, County, 1643, High Sheriff appointed, 30 Dec. - Petition of the Committee, and Paper of Grievances annexed, referred to a Committee, 20 Jan. - Letter concerning Ministers refusing to take the Covenant; Order for sequestering their Estates, and bringing them up in safe Custody, 11 Mar.
-, 1644, Committees Letter referred to the Committee of both Kingdoms, 20 Apr. - Another concerning their Sufferings under the Soldiery read; Member to prepare Answer, and Ordinance for raising Forces for Preservation of the County, 9 May. Ordinance read twice, and committed, 27 - Order for adding a Word thereto, 6 June. Ordinance reported, agreed to, and to be fair written, 15. Sent to Lords, 21 - Returned, with Amendments; Amendments agreed to, 10 July - No Monies or Horses to be assessed or levied but by Order of the Committee, 27 May - Petition of Inhabitants read; original Names of the Subscribers presented; a Committee to consider of composing the Differences in the County, 4 Sept. Order for their Meeting, 11 - Petition of Gentlemen read, and referred to the Committee of both Kingdoms, 6 Nov. To another Committee, 21.
-, Earl of, 1643, Message from Lords, concerning the seizing his Horses, 12 June.
-, 1644, his Letter to Lord General, desiring a Pass to Bristol, read, 6 July.

Leigh,
-, Captain, 1643, Order for his paying to the Treasurers at Guildball Monies taken from Lord Tenham, 22 Apr. - For paying it to the Treasurer at Wars, 8 May.
-, 1644, his Letter of Intelligence to the Enemy intercepted; Order against exchanging him, 17 Apr.
-, Sir John, 1643, to be summoned to attend, 10 June.
-, Thomas, 1643, to be exchanged for Lieutenant Garrett, 19 Sept.
-, Sir Francis, 1644, his Composition, with the Reason thereof, reported; Resolutions thereupon; the Committee to agree with him according to them, 27 July - His Petition referred to the Committee at Haberdashers Hall, 16 Oct.

Leighton,
-, Colonel, 1644, Petition referred to the Committee for Establishment of Lord General's Army, 10 May - His Commitment by the Committee of the West approved, 3 Dec.

Lennard,
-, Thomas, 1643, to have Warrant to go into Holland, 3 May.
-, Richard, 1643, to have Warrant to go into France, 8 May.

Lenox,
-, Duke of, 1643, a Committee to inventory his Goods seized at Whitehall - Order for delivering them to the Earl of Pembroke, 5 Feb.

Lenthall,
-, Sir John, 1643. Vide Privileges.
-, Thomas and F. Vide Hopewell.

Leonard,
-, St. Shoreditch, 1642, Ordinance for sequestering the Living, read, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 17 Mar.

Leopard
-, Merchant, a Ship, 1644, Petition of Commander referred to the Committee for the Navy, 6 July.

Leostoff,
-, 1643, Order for sequestering the Estates of Persons taken in Arms there, 14 Sept. - For seizing Monies and Letters brought to that Part, and apprehending dangerous Persons resorting thither, 5 Oct.

Lestey,
-, Colonel, 1642, to have Warrant to pass to Oxon, and from thence into Scotland, 20 Mar.

L'Estrange,
-, Sir Hammond, 1643, Order for sequestering his Estate, 24 Oct.

Letters,
-, 1643, Order for staying foreign Letters, 29 July - Member to prepare Ordinance for sending suspicious Letters to the Committee for Examinations, or Militia of London, 24 Oct.

Lettonie,
-, William. Vide Whinnell.

Levant
-, Company, 1643, the Committee for them revived; their Petition concerning the Strangers Consulage referred, 16 June - Another Petition, desiring a Ship laden with Currans might not be unladen, read, and referred to a Committee, 3 Jan. Vide Currans - Ordinance enabling them to trade for Currans to the Grand Signior's Dominions, read, 24. Read Second time, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 29 - The Company to have Liberty to land Currans; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 2 Feb. - Ordinance for upholding the Trade and settling the Government of the Company, read, and committed, 10 - Passed, 1 Mar. Agreed to by Lords, 7.
-, 1644, Ordinance for their paying the Residue of 8,000 £ formerly ordered, 13 Apr. The Committee for the Navy to receive their Answer, and a Note of the Names of such as refuse, 16 - Order for disfranchising them, 11 May. Day appointed for the Payment, 28 - Petition of Governor, &c. for taking off Part of the Duty upon Currans, read and referred to a Committee, 26 Oct.

Leven,
-, Earl of, 1644, his Letter, relating the State of the Army at York, read, and sent to Lords, 3 May - Another from the Leaguer at York, communicated by Lords, 20.

Levingland,
-, 1643, Ordinance for raising Monies for fortifying that and the Hundred of Flegg, read, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence signified, 24 Aug.

Leviston,
-, Mrs. 1643, to have Warrant to go into Scotland, 25 Apr.

Lewes,
-, 1643, Committees Letter referred to the Committee of both Kingdoms, 19 Mar.

Lewis,
-, a Ship, 1644, Petition of Master and Owners, referred to the Committee for the Navy, 22 May.

Lewis,
-, Sir William, 1643, the Committee for Accounts to take his Receipts and Disbursements, 18 Oct.
-, Thomas, 1644, to have Pass to go to Oxon, 27 July.
-, John, 1644, Petition referred to the Committee for the West, 1 Aug.

Lidcott,
-, Captain, 1643, committed to Southwark Compter, 10 Feb. - Order for paying his Arrears out of such Delinquents Estates as he shall discover, 12 Mar.
-, 1644, Ordinance for Payment of his Arrears, sent to Lords, 17 Apr. - Petition of his Widow, read, and referred to a Committee, 3 Oct.

Lidd,
-, 1643, Petition of Parishioners; Lecturer recommended, 25 Mar.

Liddell,
-, Sir Thomas, 1644, to be sent up in safe Custody, 19 Nov.
-, Sir Francis, 1644, to be sent up in safe Custody, 19 Nov.

Lieutenants,
-, Deputy, 1643, Ordinance for sequestering the Estates of such as refuse to join in executing Ordinances, 5 July.

Lightfoot,
-, Mr. 1643, thanked, and to print his Sermon, 29 Mar.

Lilburne,
-, George, 1644, his Letter referred to the Committee for the Navy, 10 July - Order for Restitution of his Collieries, and Satisfaction for Coals sold - Power given him to take and work Delinquents Collieries, 15. Order amended, 16 - The Committee of the Navy to contract with him, and transmit the Contract to the Committee in Sunderland, 15.

Limbery,
-, Captain, 1643, Information against him, referred to the Committee for the Navy, 21 Apr.
-, John, 1643, Vide Privileges.

Limington,
-, 1643, Defence thereof, referred to the Committee for Safety, 27 Jan. Vide Hurst Castle.

Lincoln
-, Town, 1643, Narrative of the Discovery of the Plot there, to be shewn to Lords at a Conference, 5 July - Letter concerning the Surrender of the Castle, &c. with the Articles of Surrender, read, 24 Oct.
-, 1644, Letter concerning the taking the upper Town, read, 9 May - Order against demolishing the Bells, Lead, &c. To sent to the Earl of Manchester, 27 June - One Member to be constantly with the Committee, 1 July - Assembly to consider of Two proper Ministers to be sent down; Resolution touching an Allowance to them, 19 Aug. - Members to confer with the Assembly about sending them, 30 Sept.
-, County, 1643, Letter desiring additional Committees, 27 Mar. - Committees added, 27 Mar. - 2 & 8 May - Collectors upon the Bill of 400,000 £ to pay Money in their Hands to the Committee, 5 July - Ordinance for fortifying the Flats, read, and agreed to, 11. Lords Concurrence signified, 12 - Ordinance for adding it to the Five associated Counties, and for raising Monies to pay the Forces, read, and re-committed as to the Names; Matter agreed to, 18 Sept. - Resolution for adding the County to the Ordinances for the 20th Part and Sequestrations, 17 Oct. - Deputy Lieutenants appointed, 22 Dec. - Agreed to by Lords, 3 Jan. - High Sheriff appointed, 30 Dec. - Lord General to be desired to leave Horse necessary for Defence of the County - A Committee to consider of Miscarriages there, 22 Jan. Committees added, 26.
-, 1644, Committees added to the Committee for Sequestrations; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 1 July. Signified, with an Exception to one, 10 - Petition and Remonstrance of Gentlemen read, and referred to a Committee; Members to withdraw, and receive the Names of Petitioners, 6 Nov. - Names to be read, 17 Dec. - High Sheriff appointed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 2 Dec. Signified, 3 - Committees to be desired by Letter to proceed in the Business of the County, 17.

Lincoln's
-, Inn, 1644, Order touching the Sale of Delinquents Chambers, and the Disposition of the Produce thereof, 17 Aug. Agreed to by Lords, 19.

Lindsey,
-, Earl of, 1643, to have Warrant to convey a Standard of Plate into Scotland, 8 May - Lords to be moved to continue his Restraint, 10 June - Horses, &c. going to him, to be sent for back, 16 Aug. Order for discharging them, 18 - for delivering a Horse and Saddle of his to Sir Arthur Hasselrigg, 19.
-, 1644, his Letter, relating the Proceedings of the Scots Army, read, and sent to Lords, 27 Apr. - Two Letters to Lord Maitland, read, and sent to them, 3 May - His Letter in the Name of the Scots Committee, communicated by Lords, 20.

Lindsey,
-, Colonel, 1643, Lord General to be desired to exchange him for Mr. Francklin, 23 June.
-, Mrs. 1643, to have Pass to go to Oxon, 23 June.

Lisle,
-, Mr. 1643, Order for reimbursing Money he shall advance, 11 Nov.
-, 1644, Member to prepare Ordinance for appointing him Master of St. Cross's Hospital, 23 June - Ordinance read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 14 Nov. Desired, 16.

Lisle,
-, Lord, 1643, Order for discharging his Horses, and permiting him to pass from Liverpoole, 29 Aug. - For sending him up with a strong Convoy, 31 - Letter to be written for that Purpose, 19 Sept. - Thanked for his Services in Ireland, 28 - Order for restoring such Horses as he will avow to be his, 29 - To be enjoined to attend the Service of the House, 9 Oct.
-, 1644, Order for paying Part of his Arrears, 22 June.

Lister,
-, Sir Matthew, 1643, to have Warrant to pass to Oxon, 20 Apr. - Order for restoring his Horses, 25.
-, 1644, to have Leave to go to the Queen - Sequestration of his Estate referred to the Committee for Sequestrations, 10 May - Report concerning his Letter to Dr. Sauders, to furnish Lady Brooke with 100 £ 2 Sept. - His Petition read; Order for setting a Fine upon him, and for Disposition thereof, 7. Sent to Lords, 9.
-, Mr. 1643, Order touching paying his Assessment, 17 Aug.
-, Sir Martin, 1643. Vide Privileges, and Quarrel - Order against removing Goods from his House, 13 Sept. - For paying a Debt due to him from Wolly Lee, out of his sequestered Estate, 14 - for his paying to the Treasurers at Haberdashers Hall Rent due to Mr. Chicheley, 11 Oct.
-, 1644, the Committee for Examinations to receive his Information concerning Delinquents Estates, 30 Mar.
-, Sir William, 1644, Lord Fairfax's Letter, and his Petition concerning his Losses, referred to the Committee for the North, 10 Aug. - Another Petition read; the Committee for Sequestrations to provide him a furnished House - Order for Maintenance for him out of Delinquents Estates to be discovered, 3 Oct. - Order for a sequestered House for him; sent to Lords, 18.

Littleton,
-, Sir Edward, 1642, Order for delivering great Saddles to him, 18 Mar.
-, 1643, to be summoned to attend the Service of the House, 2 Dec. - Respited, upon Report from the Committee for absent Members, 22 Jan. - Voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament, 4 Mar.
-, Thomas, 1643, voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament, 5 Feb.
-, Sir Thomas, 1644, Report concerning him; Order for admitting him to a Fine and Composition; Committee to compound with him, 23 Oct. - Remanded to the Tower, tho' bailed by Lord General's Warrant, 29 Nov.

Litton,
-, Sir William, 1643, a Committee to consider his supposed Concealment of Sir Thomas Fanshaw's Goods; Order for Stay of Proceedings in that Business, 1 Jan.

Liverpool,
-, 1643, Letter from thence read, and referred to the Committee for the Navy, 14 June - Order for seizing and detaining Officers, &c. landed there from Ireland, 31 Aug. - Order for sending down Five Iron Pieces, 15 Dec.
-, 1644, public Monies raised there, to be employed for Defence of the Town, 13 June - Order for a Thanksgiving for Surrender thereof, 4 Nov. Agreed to by Lords, 6. Letter concerning the taking it; Order for allowing the Quarter given to the Irish; Member to prepare Letter to the Committee, 9.

Lloyd,
-, Walter, 1643, voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament, 5 Feb.
-, F. 1643, voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament, 5 Feb.
-, Henry, 1644, Petition read, and referred to a Committee, 29 June.

Liveries,
-, Court of. Vide Wards, Court of.

Lochere,
-, Barbara, 1643, Order for paying her free Gift of 200 £ for the Service of Poole, 28 Sept.

Loc,
-, Mr. 1643, Plate seized in his House, to be secured; the Committee for Examinations to examine whom it belongs to, 18 Apr.

Lostus,
-, Sir Adam, 1643, Accusation of him read; Declaration thereupon, 26 Oct.
-, 1644, to be exchanged for such Person as the House shall approve, 23 Aug. - The Committee for Prisoners to consider of a fit Person, 16 Oct.

Loiland,
-, Weston, 1642, Ordinance for sequestering the Living, read, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 21 Mar. - Signified, 24.

London,
-, 1642, Order for Indemnity of Sheriffs for not publishing certain Proclamations, 18 Mar. - For borrowing 24,000 £ upon the public Faith; Member to prepare Ordinance for Repayment thereof, 24.
-, 1643, Aldermen to be desired in their several Wards to advance the Loan of Two Months Pay of the Weekly Assessments, 31 Mar. - Court of Aldermen to be thanked for undertaking to give their Securities to advance a Loan of 40,000 £ - Ordinance for repaying them to be prepared, 4 Apr. Read, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 5. Signified, 14 - A Committee to consider the Desires of the Citizens concerning a Covenant and Oath of Association, 10 - Members to read the Covenant to them, and acquaint them that the House has agreed upon a Covenant for the whole Kingdom, 8 June - A Committee to communicate to the City Lord General's Letter concerning Supplies, 25 & 26 Apr. - A Committee of both Houses to thank Lord Mayor, &c. for their Readiness in giving Security for 40,000 £ - to acquaint them with the Security offered for further Supply for the Army - to recommend to them the speedy getting Forces in Readiness, and bringing in Monies upon the Weekly Assessments, 27 - Ordinance enabling the City Captains to force their Soldiers to do their Duty by Mulcts and Imprisonment, read, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 28 - Ordinance for securing Monies borrowed of them, read, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 6 May - Order for Indemnity of Sheriffs for not publishing Proclamations, 29 Apr. - 27 May - Lord Mayor to be desired to call a Common Hall - State of the Examinations, and of the Discovery of a Design against the Army, to be communicated to them; Lords to be acquainted with this Order, 8 June - The Committee for the Navy to treat with Lord Mayor and the Committee for the Militia for better guarding the Thames - Lord Mayor to call a Common Council, to communicate to them the Ordinance for speedy furnishing the City with Newcastle Coals, 9 - Petition of Lord Mayor, &c. concerning listing Horses in and about London, read; Speaker's Answer to Persons who preferred it, 22 - The Committee for the Militia to put the Ordinance for raising Horses in Execution, 12 July - Petition of Lord Mayor, &c. for Ordinance to enable the Committee for the Militia to command all Forces raised within the Lines; Speaker's Answer to Persons who preferred it; Member to acquaint them the House will recommend their Desires to Lords; Ordinance to be prepared, 18. Read, 19. Sent to Lords, 27. Agreed to by them, with Amendments, 29 - Petition of Inhabitants, concerning appointing a Commander in Chief over the Forces to be raised by them, read; Exceptions taken to the Irregularity thereof; Petition referred to a Committee, 20 July. Report; Sir William Waller to be recommended to Lord General, 27. The Petition to be communicated to a Common Hall, 28. The Appointment of Sir William Waller agreed to by Lords, 29 - Lord General's Commission to him communicated by them, and read, 7 Aug. - A Committee to advise with the Committee for the Militia about disposing Soldiers for Defence of the City, 21 July. Conference desired with Lords concerning the Safety thereof, agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, and reported; a Committee of both Houses to go to the Common Hall, 29 - Proclamation, interdicting Trade with the City, read, and to be communicated to Lords, 24. To a Common Council, 28 - Petition of Citizens read; Order for restoring their Goods - Desires of the Common Hall communicated by Mr. Recorder; Resolution that every one be enjoined to assist according to his Abilities, 3 Aug. - Petition of Aldermen, &c. with Ordinance annexed; Petition read; Speaker's Answer to Persons who preferred it - a Committee to receive Propositions for the Safety of the City, and Peace of the Kingdom, and prepare Ordinance thereupon, 7. Ordinance for preventing Mischiefs within the Lines, by discovering Persons not true to the City, by tendering an Oath to them, read, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 12. Clause for seizing Horses of such as refuse the Oath, and their Arms, added; Ordinance sent to Lords, 14. House put them in mind thereof, 15. Ordinance returned, with Amendments; Amendments read, and referred to a Committee, 16. Reported, and agreed to, with an Amendment; Conference desired thereupon, agreed to, and held; another desired by Lords, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, 17 - A Committee to attend at several Halls, to encourage Subscriptions, 7 Aug. - Petition of civilly disposed Women, read; a Committee to give Answer, 9 - A Committee to acquaint Lord Mayor, &c. with the Importance of Plymouth, and the Necessity of Lord General's sudden moving; their Report - City to be desired to pay 4,000 £ of their Loan of 50,000 £ 14. Their Answer, and Desire of an Ordinance for Repayment, 15. Ordinance read, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence signified, 23 - Lord Mayor, &c. to be moved to speed away the Money, 18 & 19 Sept. - 16 Oct. - A Committee to stir them up to Expedition in providing for the Army, 16 Aug. - Another Committee to press for Men and Money for Relief of the Army; Lord Mayor to be moved to call a Common Hall, 18 - Ordinance for levying Monies within the Line, read, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 31 - Signified, with Amendments; Amendments agreed to, 4 Sept. - Ordinance enabling the Committee for the Militia to send Forces, under Sir William Waller's Command, to Lord General, read, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 6 - A Committee to inquire concerning Obstructions to his Marching, 11 - A Committee to prepare Ordinance for providing Fuel for the City, 7. Order for presenting it; Members to put them in mind thereof, 11. A Committee to withdraw and perfect it, 21. Ordinance sent to Lords, 23. Returned, with Amendments; Amendments referred to a Committee, 28 - The Committee at Haberdashers Hall to inquire into the Arrears of Loans, 8 Sept. - Lord Mayor to be desired to appoint a Committee to meet a Committee of both Houses for raising Money for them, 28 - Motion for appointing a Person to open the Business, 2 Oct. - A Committee to recommend to the Court of Aldermen the furnishing Monies for them, 24. To attend the Common Hall, 27 - The Committee for the Militia to be desired to place double Guards in the Outworks - Reasons to induce the City to lend 10,000 £ for bringing in the Scots, read, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 20 Sept. - Ordinance for sequestering the Estates of Companies in Arrear, agreed to by Lords, 30 - The Militia to be desired to send some of their Body to Reading, and to be careful that no Ammunition be sent to the King's Quarters - Lord Mayor to be desired to call a Common Council; a Committee of both Houses to attend them with Votes, Propositions, and Instructions - Order for searching Trunks, &c. that come out of the City, and for preventing warlike Provisions from passing without Speaker's Warrant, to be printed, and sent to the several, Courts of Guards, 23 - Both Houses to go and see the City Forces drawn out, 26 - Notice to be given to the City, touching the Choice of a Lord Mayor, 28 - Ordinance for the Committee for the Militia to send Forces to Reading, read, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence signified, 9 Oct. - A Committee to negotiate with the City, on Lord General's Behalf, for the Residue of their Loan of 50,000 £ 29 Sept. - Motion for appointing a Person to open the Business, 2 Oct. - Another Committee to treat with them about a present Supply for his Army - Another to join with the Committee for the Militia to take Order for speedy raising present Forces to be sent to him, 12 - Ordinance for more speedy raising Monies unpaid within the City, read, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 16 - Lord Mayor to be desired to call a Common Council, 17 & 18. Two Citizens to be joined with a Committee of both Houses to reside in the North, 21. One discharged; another to be appointed, 26. Appointed, 31 - Order touching furnishing Fire-wood for the Guards, 24 - Proclamations and Writs for publishing them, presented by Sheriffs; Thanks thereupon - Order for their Indemnity for not publishing them, 31 - A Committee to advise with the Committee for the Militia concerning Obstructions to the collecting the Weekly Assessments, 13 Nov. - Propositions of the City concerning their Want of Money, and calling home their Forces; Speaker's Answer thereto, 20 & 28. A Committee to acquaint Lord Mayor, &c. with the Reasons for desiring they may stay out longer, and to confer with them about raising Monies for them, 28. Their Willingness to continue their Forces at Newport Pagnell, reported, 30 - Member to recommend to the Committee for the Militia the longer Stny of their Forces with Sir William Waller, 9 Dec. To acquaint them with the King's Approach towards him, and to desire them, if their Forces must return, to send 500 Men from Windsor; the Committee at Haberdashers Hall to lend 500 £ for encourageing them to march; Member to prepare Ordinance for Repayment thereof 18. Ordinance read, 20. Propositions from the City; Speaker's Answer thereto, 15 - Ordinance disabling Persons to be in any Office of Trust in the City, who shall refuse to take the Covenant, read twice, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence signified, 20 - Ordinance to enable the Committee for the Militia to send Forces under the Conduct of Serjeant Major General Brown, read twice, and committed, 22. Passed; Lords Concurrence signified, 23 - Lord Mayor to be desired to call a Common Hall; Lord Digby's Letter, and Proclamation for calling the Parliament at Oxon, to be communicated to them, 6 Jan. A Committee of both Houses to communicate them, 8 - City invites the House to Dinner; a Committee to withdraw, and prepare Answer; Answer reported, read, and to be sent to them, 13 - Business concerning the Sequestrators Misdemeanors to be reported, 16 - Petition of Lord Mayor, &c. concerning Lord General's Army - Their Desire for Ordinance for a weekly Meal for maintaining the Forces within the Lines and without; Speaker's Answer thereto, 29 - Ordinance read twice, and committed, 1 Feb. Message from the City concerning it, Ordinance referred to another Committee; instruction to consider the present State of the City Forces, 5. Ordinance reported, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 27 - Signified, with Amendments; Amendments to be considered, 21 Mar. Considered, and in Part disagreed to; Conference to be desired; Managers appointed; 23. A Committee to withdraw, and prepare Reasons; Conference desired, agreed to, and held, 25. Lords Concurrence signified, 26 - Member to prepare Ordinance for enabling Citizens to make Provisions of Corn, 15 Feb. - Order touching paying the Forces under Serjeant Major General Brown, 20 - Resolution for their continuing out till further Order - The Committee for the Militia to be desired to write to the City Regiments in Sussex, to continue longer upon the Service; Letter read, and agreed to, 1 Mar.
-, 1644, Ordinance for bringing Corn and Grain into the City, read twice, and committed, 25 Mar. - Ordinance impowering the Committee for the Militia to raise and send out Forces, read twice, and committed, 5 Apr. Reported, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 6. Signified, 8 - Orders to the Militia and the Committee of both Kingdoms, sent to Lords; Report that they were risen; Orders to go from the House only, 6 - Lord Mayor to be desired to call a Common Hall; a Committee of both Houses to attend them, 8. Report touching raising Monies, and Securities for Repayment thereof, 13 - The Committee for the Militia to advance Monies for raising Men, and enabling them to march, 15. To be desired to expedite the Advancement thereof - Propositions of well-affected Citizens for speedy raising and maintaining 20,000 Men by the City, read twice, and to be communicated to the Common Council, 17. Their Answer reported - Lord Mayor to be desired to expedite the Collection of the Monthly Assessment, 20 - A Committee of both Houses to acquaint the City, that they were preparing Propositions for a Peace, and desired to know what concerned their Particular, 3 May - Lord Mayor to be desired to call a Common Hall, to hasten their Propositions, 17 Aug. Propositions presented, 21. To be read, 24 - Lord Mayor, &c. to be desired to contract them; Vote to be imparted to the Common Council, 25 Oct. Report of Delivery; Order of Common Council for presenting their contracted Propositions, and the Propositions read, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 28. Signified, 29 - The Committee for the Militia to be desired to spare Five Tons of Bullets for Lord. General, 7 May - The Committee at Haberdashers Hall to take care thereof - A Committee to acquaint the Committee for the Militia with Inconveniencies represented by the SubCommittee, and desire them to consider what Power is fit to be allowed them for Prevention thereof, and to desire them to take an effectual Course to prevent the Return of the City Regiments - Ordinance for enabling them to send Auxiliaries to Lord General and Sir William Waller, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 8 - Order for removing suspicious Persons out of the Lines, 15. Lord General to be acquainted therewith, 18 - Petition and Desires of Lord Mayor, &c.; Speaker's Answer to Persons who preferred them; a Committee to prepare Answer, 16. Lord Mayor to be desired to call a Common Council to receive it, 17. Answer reported, read, and agreed to; the Committee to go with it, 18. Petition and Answer to be printed at the Request of the City, 20 - Present providing Carriages for sending Provisions to Sir William Waller's Army, to be recommended to them, 16 - A Committee to accommodate the Complaints of the Carters, 20 - Lord Mayor to be desired the Monthly Assessments for Lord General, with the Arrears, may be paid. 17 & 18 - Order for discharging Carls seized bringing up Provisions, 20 - Ordinance for sending Deserters to their Colours, to be put in speedy Execution, 30 - Ordinance for better regulating the Excise of Fleth within the Lines, read; Question that it be now read a Second time, Neg; Day appointed for it, 3 June - Ordinance committed, 5 July. Reported, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 26. Desired, 29 - Lord Mayor to be desired to call a Common Hall; the Committee of both Kingdoms to prepare Propositions to be offered to them, upon a Relation of the State of Oxon, 6 June. Report; another Committee to acquaint them therewith, 7. Impowered to treat with the Committee of the Militia about sending Forces into Oxfordshire, 8 - Petition of Inhabitants concerning Relief of maimed Soldiers; Member to prepare Order thereupon, and insert a Clause for Sequestrators to send in Cloaths of no great Value - Ordinance for additional Power to the Committee of the Militia in divers Particulars, read; Order for Second Reading, 7. Committed, 13. Reported, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 14. Signified, 15 - Desire of the Common Council for Continuance thereof to be considered, 10 Sept. - 17 Oct. - Ordinance for renewing that Power, to be read, 11 Nov. - Petition of Lord Mayor, &c. for continuing the Ordinance of 15th June, read; Speaker's Answer to Persons who preferred it, 19 Dec. - Petition of Inhabitants of Breadstreet Ward, read, and referred to the Committee of both Kingdoms, 24 June - Ordinance for providing Fuel for the City, read twice, and committed 29 - Instruction to treat with the Common Council about bringing in Peat and Turf, 3 July. Ordinance reported. and passed, 8. Sent to Lords, 10. Returned, with Amendments; Amendments agreed to, 19 - Order for pressing 500 Men within the Lines, sent to Lords, 10. Agreed to by them, 13 - Petition of Merchants trading to France, read, and referred to the Committee for the Navy - Ordinance enabling the Committee of the Militia to raise 1,000 Men, 17. Agreed to by Lords, 19 - Members for Middlesex, &c. to give Account of the State of the Collections of the Weekly Assessments for Lord General, 2 & 3 Aug. - City to be desired to hasten bringing in the Money thereupon, 19 - Petition of Lord Mayor, &c. for bringing Delinquents to Judgment; Speaker's Answer to Persons who preferred it - Another Petition, concerning satisfying their Debts out of their Estates, referred to a Committee - Another concerning Grievances by Farthing Tokens, 3 Aug. Vide Farthing Tokens - Propositions of the Common Council concerning them, 10 Sept. Lord Mayor to be desired to call a Court of Aldermen, to consider how Monies may be raised out of the Patentees Estates, for Exchange of them, 14 - Ordinance for securing 2,000 £ to the Militia, to enable them to continue their Forces at Abingdon, sent to Lords - A Committee to treat with Lord Mayor, &c. concerning sending Monies to the West, 10 Aug. - Order for removing Soldiers billeted in or near London, 16 - Papers concerning the Charge of maintaining Fortifications and Forces they have sent abroad; Speaker's Answer to Persons who presented them, 21 - Ordinance for raising 6,962 £ 48. Monthly for defraying the Charge thereof, read; and committed, 25 Oct. - Committed to another Committee, 11 Nov. Reported, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 23 - Signified, with Amendments; Amendments agreed to, 3 Dec. - Members to inquire into the Arrears of the Monthly Assessments, 30 Aug. - Committees of London and Middlesex to agree upon a Proportion of Horse to be raised within the Lines, 3 Sept. - A Committee to acquaint the Common Council with the Necessities of Ireland, and the Weekly Assessment of 550 £ to be set upon the City, 6. Common Council disavow the Assessment, and desire to be set a Proportion suitable to other Counties, 10 - Lord Mayor to be desired to call a Common Hall, 11 - A Committee of both Houses to treat with them about raising and sending out Forces, 13. A Committee to press the Committee of the Militia that they may forthwith advance, 27. The Committee of both Kingdoms to direct them to join the Earl of Manchester and Sir William Waller, and to direct them, when joined, in Matter of Command, 28 - Ordinance enabling the Committee of the Militia to draw out a Brigade of Five Regiments of Foot, &c. read twice, and passed; Lords Concurrence signified - Order for their joining the Earl of Manchester and Sir William Waller, or either of them - Ordinance concerning the future Payment of them, presented by the City, 4 Oct. Read twice, and committed, 5. To be reported, 9. Order for Meeting of the Committee; Committees added, 11. Ordinance reported, and passed; Lords Concurrence signified, 12 - Their Desire to be under the Command of Major General Skippon, disagreed to, 7. Commanders to be enjoined to march forthwith, 11. Such as refuse to be proceeded against by martial Law, Commander in Chief to be required to march next Day, 12 - A Committee to consider the Ordinance for selling Wood for the City, 7 Sept. - Petition of Ministers concerning settling Church Government, read, and referred to a Committee, 18 - Petition of Lord Mayor, &c. concerning a free Trade to Ports in Hostility against the King and Parliament referred to a Committee of both Houses, 4 Oct. - Lord Mayor to be desired to be diligent in preventing Abuses in the Ingrossing and Vent of Coals, 17 - Petition of Lord Mayor, &c. about supplying the City with Coals, read, and specially recommended to a Committee; Speaker's Answer to Persons who preferred it, 29 Nov. - Letter from Newcastle, concerning a Ship Lading of Coals for the Poor, to be sent to Lord Mayor, with Desire to act as may be best for their Relief, 5 Dec. - Petition of Field Officers within the Line, read, and referred to a Committee; Instruction to inquire by what means the Petition was procured, and who were the Authors and Procurers of it, 18 Oct. - Order for putting the Horse within the Line in such a Posture as may render them serviceable, 21 - Petition of Citizens, concerning Justice to be done upon Delinquents, and filling up Vacancies in the House, read; Question for redelivering it to the Petitioners, Neg.; Speaker's Answer to Persons who preferred it, 28 - Petition of Lord Mayor, &c. concerning the County of Sussex and Garison at Windsor, read; Speaker's Answer to Persons who preferred it, 11 Nov. - Petition of Lord Mayor, &c. for reimbursing the Adventurers for reducing Newcastle, read, and specially recommended to a Committee; Speaker's Answer to Persons who preferred it, 29 - Petition of Gentlemen within the Lines, read; a Committee to acquaint them, that the House takes Notice of their good Affections, 12 Dec. - The Committee of both Kingdoms to consider of putting the Forces near the Town in Action, 17 - Ordinance impowering the Militia to impose the finding of Arms, and searching for them and suspicious Persons, read - Ordinance for electing well-affected Persons of the Common Council, read, and referred to a Committee; Reported, and passed; Order to be made an Order of the House only, and delivered to the City, 19.
-, House, 1643, Petition of Prisoners; Order touching their Discharge, 17 Aug. - Another touching the Discharge of common Soldiers there, 29 - Keeper appointed, 20 Dec

Londonderry.
-, Vide Ireland.

Long,
-, Mr. 1643, Letter touching Imputations laid on him, read, and referred to the Deputy Lieutenants and Committees for Essex, 22 Apr.
-, 1644, Order for Repayment of Money to be advanced by him, 2 Apr.
-, Walter, 1643, appointed Register of the Chancery; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 2 Dec.
-, 1644, Ordinance for enabling him to make a Deputy, read twice, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 30 May. Signified, 3 June.
-, George, 1643, Petition read, and referred to the Committee for the Charterhouse, 5 Dec.

Longueville,
-, Captain, 1643, committed to the Tower, 6 Jan.
-, Thomas and Hester, 1644, to have Warrant to go with their Tutor, &c. beyond Sea, 4 June.

Looze,
-, 1643, Ordinance for sequestering the Living, read, and agreed to, 18 Apr. Sent to Lords, 28.

Lords,
-, House of. Vide Messages - 1643. Conference desired by them concerning a Breach of Privilege by Mr. Marten, in opening the Earl of Northumberland's Pacquet, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and to be reported, 18 Apr. Reported; Report referred to a Committee of both Houses, 19 - Another Conference desired by Lords concerning Mr. Marten's refusing to deliver Two Horses taken out of the King's Stables by his Quarter-master, contrary to their Order for restoring them, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; Mr. Marten's Behaviour approved; Order for his keeping them; Lord General to be desired not to interfere in this Business; a Committee to prepare Heads for another Conference, 3 May - Another Conference desired by Lords concerning an Order for keeping the Earl of Carlisle's Horses, after their Order for restoring them, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; Business referred to the Committee for Examinations, 5 July. Vide Cartisle, Earl of - Ordinance for assessing Members and Assistants of either House that have deserted the Parliament, read twice, and committed, 7 Oct. Reported, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 9 - Lords to be desired that no Members or Assistants of their House may be of the Committee for Accounts, 4 Nov. - To be desired that their Members and Assistants may take the Covenant, 5 Feb.
-, 1644, like Message, 10 Aug. Conference desired by Lords concerning a Breach of their Privileges, by breaking open the Countess of Peterborough's Doors, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; Offender committed. Vide Hartston - Members to give her Satisfaction touching his Carriage, 12 Oct. - Lords to be desired that the Black Rod and Clerk of their House may be examined concerning Delinquents Goods in their Custody, 15 Nov. - To be acquainted that they cannot protect them, 18.

Lord's
-, Day. Vide Fast, and Sunday.

Lorens,
-, John, 1643, to have Warrant to pass into France, 25 May.

Lorraine,
-, Duke of, 1644, Petition from Lords concerning his Agent, 27 May - They put House in mind thereof, 5 June - His Letter to Lords communicated by them, and read, 14 - Another Letter concerning him communicated by Lords, 13 July - Business concerning the Duke, referred to a Committee of both Houses, 13 Sept. - Ordinance concerning his Agent, sent from Lords, 12 Oct.

Lorte,
-, Roger, 1643, to be sent for, as a Delinquent, for being active against the Parliament, 19 Apr.
-, 1644, Order for discharging his Sequestration, and restoreing his Evidences, 26 July.

Lothian,
-, Earl of, 1643, his Case, and the Condition of his Imprisonment, referred to the Committee of both Kingdoms, 20 Feb. Lords Concurrence signified, 22 - Letter to Lord General concerning his Exchange, read, 12 Mar.

Lovelace,
-, Lord, 1643, his Letter to Sir H. Vane, and Answer thereto; and his Narrative of Passages between him and the Messenger that brought it, read, 17 Jan.

Lovering,
-, Captain John, 1644, to have Liberty to fell Goods taken in a Ship from Dartmouth, upon Security to stand the Sentence of the Admiralty, 20 June.

Lovewell,
-, Ralph, 1643, to have Warrant to go into Holland, 11 Aug.

Lovingham.
-, Vide Leostoffe.

Low,
-, George, 1643, voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament, 5 Feb.
-, Mr. a Surgeon, 1643, Order for Sale of Plate taken from him, 22 May.
-, Arthur, 1643, Report from the Committee for Courts of Justice concerning him; Order for taking him into Custody, 13 Aug.
-, Mr. 1644, to be sent up in safe Custody, 15 July.

Low
-, Countries, 1643, Letter from thence referred to Mr. Calamy, and other Ministers, 9 June.

Lowden,
-, Earl of, 1643, to have Warrant to convey Plate, &c. into Scotland, 17 May.
-, 1644, a Committee of both Houses to meet and entertain him, 7 Sept.

Lower,
-, Thomas, 1643, voted incapable of fitting during this Parliament, 22 Jan.

Lowinger,
-, Captain, 1643, to be seized and secured, 6 July - Order for restoring his Goods, 3 Aug. - for paying Money. due to him out of the Sequestration Monies, 7 Sept.

Lowry,
-, Mr. 1643, to be discharged, and permitted to preach, 12 Apr.

Loyalty,
-, a Ship, 1644, Petition of Owners sent from Lords with special Recommendation, 15 Apr. Referred to a Committee, 20. Report; Order thereupon, 25.

Lucas,
-, Sir John, 1643, Order for sequestering his Estate, 13 May.
-, John, 1643, Information touching his fraudulent landing Goods at Lynn; Governor to be desired to summon him to appear, and, upon Refusal, to send him up in safe Custody, 5 Oct.
-, Sir Thomas, 1643, Order for sequestering his Estate, 30 Nov.
-, Sir Charles, 1644, committed to the Tower, 22 Aug.

Lucie,
-, Sir Richard, 1643, to have Warrant to pass into France, 30 Mar.

Ludlow,
-, Colonel, 1644, Letter concerning his Commission and Troops, read; Commission voted valid; the Committee of both Kingdoms to answer the Letter, 9 Sept. - Consideration of sending his Regiment into the West, referred to them, 26 Nov.

Luke,
-, Sir Samuel, 1643, Order for his detaining Money seized on the Road to Oxon, 29 May - for recruiting his Dragoons - Letter of Thanks to be sent to him, 5 July - To be thanked, 28 Sept.
-, 1644, Lord General's Letter concerning his Arrears as Scoutmaster General, read, and referred to a Committee, 15 June - Order for paying his Troop, and providing Arms for them, 18 Nov. - For paying him 100 £ for providing Horses and Messengers, 19.

Lumley,
-, Sir Martin, 1644, Order for Repayment of his Loan, 18 Apr.

Lunsford,
-, Colonel, 1643, to be exchanged for Colonel Stevens, 1 Aug.

Luntley,
-, John, 1643, Order for Sale of his sequestered Goods, 29 June.

Lupton,
-, James, 1643, Petition referred to the Committee for the Navy, 18 Nov.

Lutterell,
-, Colonel, 1644, Consideration of him and his Regiment to be recommended to Lord General, 11 Oct.

Lyford,
-, William, 1643, to be summoned to appear in the Assembly, 23 Oct.

Lyme
-, Regis, 1643, Order for sending down Powder, 7 Sept. - For sending Arms and Ammunition, 2 Dec. - For Payment of Monies for Service of the Town, 11 - The Committee for Safety of the Town to contract for Arms, 24 Jan.
-, 1644, Order for sending Powder, 4 May - Letter concerning the valiant Carriage of the Commanders and Soldiers, read; Order for advancing 300 £ for the Town, 13. Persons to return them the Thanks of the House - A Committee to prepare Ordinance for applying Monies raised upon certain Delinquents for the Use of the Town, 16 - Ordinance read, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence signified, 10 June - Letters relating the State thereof, and Proceedings of the Enemy against it, read; Consideration of 500 £ for the Garison, referred to a Committee - Ships that furnished them with Victuals and Ammunition, to be revictualled and re-ammunitioned, 27 Apr. - Order for borrowing 500 £ for the Use of the Town, 1 June - Letter relating the Condition of the Town during the Siege, and a Relation of every Day's Proceeding since, read, and to be printed; the Committee for the West to prepare Letter of Thanks to the Commanders, and desire the Committee of both Kingdoms to send Forces with all Speed - A Committee to prepare Ordinance for Recompence to the Town - Lord General's Letter, declaring his Resolution to march to their Relief; Letter to him concerning it, read, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence signified, 10 - Lord Admiral's Letter concerning raising the Siege, read; a Committee to prepare Letter of Thanks to him and the Town - Order for Thanksgiving within the Bills; Lord Mayor to be desired that Notice may be given hereof - Order for bestowing Shoes sequestered upon them - for employing 2,000 £ of Monies to be raised in Dorsetshire, for their Relief, 17 - Lord General's Letter concerning the Siege being raised, read, 18 - Order for a Collection next Sunday for Relief of the distressed Inhabitants, 19 - for discharging the Governor for Monies taken up from the Customs - Ordinance for settling and maintaining a Garison there, 5 Aug. Agreed to by Lords, 7 - Letter concerning the Necessity of supplying them; a Committee to write Letter of Thanks to the Governor, 10 Oct. - The Committee for the West to secure the Ship and Goods drawn into the Cobb of Lyme, 29 Nov.

Lynn,
-, 1642, Letters concerning Distractions there - Order for Defence thereof, agreed to by Lords, 22 Mar.
-, 1643, a Committee to consider of accommodating Matters, and reducing the Town; Examinations concerning the Recorder referred, 6 Apr. - Another Committee to examine the State of the Business; impowered to commit or send up Rioters, 11 - Committee added, 10 May - Ordnance for Defence of the Town, respited from sending down, 8. To be sent, 15 - The Committee for the Navy to send Two Pinnaces to the Mouth of the River - Ordinance for apprehending Delinquents, 8 - Letter concerning settling the Peace of the Town, 15 - Another concerning warlike Preparations in Denmark for England; Order for delivering 20 Barrels of Powder; Mayor, &c. to be thanked, 24 - Committees Letter concerning fortisying the Town, &c. read; Member to prepare Ordinance for that Purpose, 27 June - Ordinance read, and re-committed; read again, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 8 July - Articles for surrendering the Town to the Earl of Manchester, read, 19 Sept. - The Committee for Safety to write Letter of Acknowledgment to him; Lord General to be moved for a Commission to appoint him Governor; Lord Manchester to be desired to make Captain Walton his Deputy, 21 - The Committee for the Navy to consider of Ships taken by way of Reprisal - Ships and Goods of ill-affected Persons to be sent up and sold, 28. - Mayor to attend, 10 Oct. - Deputy appointed during his Absence, 10 & 24 - Ordinance for sequestering the Searcher's Place, agreed to by Lords, 27 - A Committee of both Houses to consider of the Preservation of the Town, 3 Nov. - Ordinance inforcing Malignants to satisfy Damages done to the Well-affected, read, and agreed to, 6 Dec. Returned from Lords, with Amendments; Amendments agreed to, 9.
-, 1644, Order for transporting Grain from thence - for sending down Iron Guns, 1 July - Message from Lords concerning the King's Commission for delivering the Town to him. Vide Strange - Order for paying the Garison 500 £ upon Account, 19 Dec.

Lynne,
-, Mr. 1644, Lord General's Desire that he may be exchanged, agreed to, 17 July.

Lynold,
-, Edward, 1644, Petition referred to the Committee for Sequestrations - Order for allowing him 20 £ 30 Sept.

Lyons,
-, Mrs. 1644, Petition referred to a Committee, 24 July - Order for paying her Part of her Husband's Arrears, 30 Sept.

Lytcott,
-, Dame Mary, 1643, Petition concerning a Prisoner in Execution going at large, 25 Mar. Vide Gibbon.



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