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'Index - C', Journal of the House of Commons: volume 3: 1643-1644 (1802), pp. 11-20. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=10785 Date accessed: 17 September 2014.


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Caddyman,
-, Dr. 1643, Order for coining his Plate, 2 June.

Casar,
-, a Ship, 1643, to be discharged, upon Security, 10 May.

Cage,
-, Mr. 1643, Order concerning his borrowing Money for the Navy, sent to Lords, 13 Sept.

Calamy,
-, Mr. 1644, desired to preach, 18 Oct. - Thanked, and to print his Sermon, 22.

Coldwall,
-, Farrington. Vide Norris, Hugh.

Calmady,
-, Sir Shilston, 1644, Report concerning him; Order for his Discharge from further Attendance, 30 May.

Cambell,
-, John, 1643, to have Warrant to go to Oxon, 14 Apr.
-, Mr. 1643, Order for restoring his Horses; Business concerning his Assessment in Essex referred to the Committee for Examinations; Parties to attend them, 22 Apr.
-, Sir James, 1644, Ordinance concerning Disposal of Legacies given by him to charitable Uses, read twice, and committed; Order for dividing the Monies between the Forces of Lancashire and Sir Thomas Middleton, 27 July.

Camberwell,
-, 1643, Petitions of Inhabitants read, and referred to the Committee for plundered Ministers, 11 Aug. - Order for sequestering the Living, read, and agreed to, 31.

Cambridge
-, County, 1642, Deputy Lieutenants to deliver to Sir Arthur Haslerigg a List of Malignants, 12 Mar.
-, 1643, Committees Letter referred to a Committee, 7 June - Their Letter to Lord General referred to the same Committee, 8 - Additional Committees to the Committee for Weekly Assessments agreed to by Lords, 21. - Committees Letters referred to the Committee for Safety, 20 July - Additional Committees to the Committee for Sequestrations; To be sent to Lords, 31 - A Committee discharged from the Committee for Sequestrations; Another added, 1 Sept. - Petition of Deputy Lieutenants read - Ordinance for raising Forces read: Order for 2d Reading, 22 Dec. Committed - High Sheriff appointed for Cambridgeshire and Huntingtonshire; Resolution for joining them, 30.
-, 1644, Deputy Lieutenants nominated, 5 Apr. - Petitions of the Committee read, and referred to a Committee, 22 July - 2 & 8 Oct.
-, Town, 1643, Copy of the Covenant to be sent down, 10 June - Order for sending Forces for Defence of the Castle, 20 July - Committees Letter concerning Prisoners sent from Burleigh House; Order for committing Two of them - The Committee for Prisoners to dispose of the rest, 31 July - List to be considered, 1 Aug. - Committees added, 17 - Committees Letter, and private Informant, referred to the Committee for Supply of Lord General's Army, 12 Oct. - A Committee to go down and take the Complaints concerning the Town and Castle into their Care; Letter to the Earl of Manchester concerning it, read; agreed to; and to be signed by Speaker, 17 Oct.
-, University, 1643, Petition from thence communicated by Lords at a Conference, referred to a Committee - Copy of the Covenant to be sent down, 10 June - Ordinance for explaining the Ordinances for Sequestration, relating to the Revenue of the Colleges, 30 Dec. - Read - Order for making Report concerning the Excise to be set upon them, 3 Jan. - Ordinance concerning regulating the University, and removing scandalous Ministers, read, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 20.

Camocke,
-, Captain, 1643, to be summoned to attend, 8 Apr.

Campden,
-, Lady, 1643, Order for sequestering the Money and Plate devised by her, 9 June - Resolution for accepting 5,000 £ from her Executor, 17.
-, 1644, Ordinance for disposing of her Legacy read twice, and committed, 24 Aug. - Read Third time - Question for passing, Neg. 30.
-, House, 1643, Business concerning the Committee for Sequestrations there referred to the Committee of both Houses for them - Both Committees to have Notice of the Order, 30 Oct.
-, Viscountess, 1644, to have Warrant to come to Town, 29 July - Her Answer concerning a Legacy to St. Paul's, to be reported, 10 Oct.
-, Lord, 1644, Order touching the Disposal of Money to be raised out of his Estate, 24 Aug.

Campion,
-, Robert, 1643, to be committed to Lord Petre's House, 20 June.

Cannon,
-, Edward, 1643, to be dismissed out of the Military Ground; the Committee for the Militia to place another therein, 11 Aug.

Canon,
-, Captain, 1643, Order for Warrants to him for providing divers Particulars for the Artillery, 28 Nov.
-, 1644, to be sent for as a Delinquent, to answer Complaints against him; Matter referred to the Committee at Haberdashers Hall, 23 May.

Canterbury,
-, 1643, Petition of the Parishioners of St. Alphage; Lecturer recommended, 2 May - Member to prepare Letter of Acknowledgment for their Intentions to send Forces to Lord General's. Army, 9 June - Order for paying Monies disbursed for sending Soldiers back to him, 22 - Treasurer of the Dean and Chapter to pay Assessments set upon any of the Foundation, 24 - Letters concerning Sermons preached in the Cathedral; Mayor, &c. to return Names of orthodox Ministers, that they may be recommended to the Assembly, 3 Nov. - Returned Names, and a Note of Churches, and the Names of Ministers whose Places, it is desired, may be better provided, referred to the Committee for plundered Ministers, 6 Jan.
-, Archbishop of. Vide Laud.

Capell,
-, Lord, 1643, Member to prepare Ordinance for sequestering his Estate, for Recompence to Lord General, 4 Apr. Ordinance sent to Lords, 10 - Lords to be desired to expedite the Passing of it, 14 Apr. - 13 May - Conference desired by them concerning it; agreed to, 16. Managers appointed; Conference held, and reported, 17.
-, 1644, Order for selling his Woods to a certain Value, and disposing of the Money, 7 Aug.
-, Richard, 1643, to be summoned to appear in the Assembly, 23 Oct.

Captains,
-, 1643, Petition on their behalf; Collection to be made for their Relief, 21 Apr.

Captives,
-, 1643, Letters and Instructions to the Bearer touching the Redemption of those at Algiers, read, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence signified, 5 July - Letter from the Bashaw and Divan; the Committee for the Navy to translate it, 12 Jan. - Translation reported, and referred to them, 7 Feb.
-, 1644, Order for Collectors to deliver their Accounts to the Committee for Accounts, 19 July - A Committee to consider of settling some Way for their Relief, 10 Sept. - Ordinance for that Purpose, 14 Oct. Sent to Lords, 16. Returned, with an Amendment; Amendment agreed to, 24 - Ordinance for continuing the Collection read; Order for Second Reading, 9 Dec. Ordinance committed; Petitioins referred, 10.

Capuchins,
-, 1642, a Committee to take care that former Orders for removing them from Somerset-house be put in Execution; French King's Agent to be heard thereupon; Serjeant to give him Notice, 18 Mar.
-, 1643, the Committee to proceed forthwith in putting the Order for removing them in Execution, 25 Mar. - Committees added, 28 - Conference desired by Lords concerning the French King's Agent's Reasons about their Removal; agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported - The Committee to seize and secure them - Reporters to prepare Heads for another Conference; Heads reported, and agreed to - The Committee to examine the Pope's Bull for constituting the Convent - Keeper to attend them; Vestments and Utensils to be burnt, 30 - Capuchins Goods to be delivered to the Friars - Sheriffs not to send them away till further Order, 31 - Keeper to be discharged from further Attendance - The Committee to draw a Declaration and Narrative of the Proceedings, 1 Apr. - Lords desired to join in forcing them away, 5 - The Committee to send to the Earl of Warwick for a Ship to transport them - Conference desired by Lords concerning a Letter from the French King, touching them, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; House insist on their former Vote; Declaration to be printed; Conference to be desired with Lords concerning the Grounds of the Proceedings, 10.

Carbery,
-, Earl of, 1643, Resolution for impeaching him of High Treason; Member to prepare the Impeachment, 19 Apr.

Cardigan
-, County, 1644, Committees added; Several removed; Lords Concurrence to be desired - Order for landing Forces, to reduce it to the Obedience of Parliament, 26 July.

Carew,
-, Sir Alexander, 1643, to be summoned to attend the Service of the House, 1 Aug. - Letter concerning his Intention of delivering up Plymouth, read; Voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament; Lord General to be moved to try him by Martial Law, 4 Sept. - Order for his Commitment to the Tower; Sentence pronounced, 15 Dec. - Physicians to attend him; Order for a Weekly Allowance, 10 Feb.
-, 1644, Papers concerning him to be delivered to the Judge Advocate, 29 Aug. - His Wife's Petition read; Execution to be respited till further Order, 23 Nov. - To be respited for a Month, 25 - Another Petition of his Wife's read, and rejected, 21 Dec.
-, Mr. 1643, to have Liberty to go to Lord Sheffield's House, upon Promise to be forthcoming; Examination of him referred to the Committee for Examinations, 19 Aug.
-, Sir Francis, 1644, his Composition reported, with the Reasons thereof; Resolutions thereupon; the Committee to agree with him according to them, 27 July.

Caribbee
-, Islands, 1643, the Committee for the Navy to treat with Planters concerning the Duty on Tobaccoes, 16 Mar.

Carlell,
-, Mr. 1643, to have Warrant to carry Plate into Germany, 8 Sept.

Carleton,
-, Sir Dudley, 1643, Time for his Return into England enlarged, 1 July.

Carlisle,
-, Earl of, 1643, Conference desired by Lords concerning taking his Horses by Warrant; agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; Matter referred to the Committee for Examinations, 5 July.
-, 1644, his Petition sent from Lords, with special Recommendation, 21 Oct. - They put the House in mind thereof, 8 Nov. - Order for admitting him to a Fine and Composition, 30 - Fine of 800 £ accepted; a Committee to prepare Ordinance for discharging his Sequestration, upon Payment thereof, 23 Dec.
-, Countess of, 1643, Petition read, and specially recommended to the Committee for Sequestrations, 27 Oct. - Message from Lords, recommending her Desires, 30.

Carmarthen
-, County, 1644, Committees added; Several removed; Lords Concurrence to be desired; Order for landing Forces, to reduce it to the Obedience of Parliament, 26 July.

Carnarvon,
-, Earl of, 1643, Petition from Lords, desiring the Sequestration of his Father's Estate may be taken off; Order for taking it off; Earl of Pembroke to compound for his Wardship, 9 Dec. - Rents due to the late Earl to be paid to him, 30 Jan.
-, 1644, to have Warrant to go to Geneva, 29 Apr.

Carne,
-, Colonel, 1643, Petition against him referred to the Committee for the Isle of Wight; Instructions, 12 Mar. - Petition read; Order thereupon, 22. Vide Wight, Isle of.
-, Colonel William, 1644. Vide Privileges.
-, Captain Cuthbert, 1644, to be sent up in safe Custody, 19 Nov.

Carnworth,
-, Earl of, 1643, voted an Incendiary; Resolution for sequestering his Estate in England, 10 May.

Carpenter,
-, Francis, 1643, Petition referred to the Committee for Examinations, 25 Dec.

Carr,
-, Colonel James, 1644, Order appointing him Commander in chief of Plymouth, Devon, and Cornwall, under Sir W m. Waller, 10 May. Sent to Lords, 13 - House put them in mind thereof, 10 June.
-, George, 1643, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 11 Oct.

Carrickfergus,
-, Vide Ireland.

Carter,
-, Susan, 1643, Petition read, and referred to the Committee for plundered Ministers; Order for 200 £ to her out of Sir Paul Ricaut's Estate, 11 Aug. - For indemnifying the Persons who shall pay it, 7 Oct. - To have the Benefit of the Sequestration of Camberwell for a certain Time, 31.
-, Mr. 1643, Desired to preach; 31 May - Thanked, and to print his Sermon, 28 June.
-, Mr. 1643, Order for permitting his Trunks to pass to Holland, 9 Aug. Revoked; Copy of Revocation to be sent to the Officers of the Out-ports, 10.
-, William, 1643, Order for sending him to Lord General, to be put upon a Council of War - for committing him to Newgate in the mean time, 18 Dec.
-, John, 1642, Report concerning him; Order for his Discharge from further Attendance, 30 May.

Carteret,
-, Sir Philip, 1643, Order for seizing and disposing of Monies belonging to him, 12 May - for sequestering his Estate, 22 June.

Cartwright,
-, Captain, 1643, Order for Sale of his sequestered Goods, 29 June.
-, George, 1644, the Committee for Jersey to receive any Matter against him, 7 Sept.
-, Mr. 1644, to be sequestered from his Living, and sent for as a Delinquent, 10 Dec.

Cary,
-, Sir Francis, 1644, Report concerning him; Order for discharging his Sequestration, upon paying his Composition, 28 Nov.

Caryll,
-, Mr. 1644, desired to preach, 17 Apr. Thanked, and to print his Sermon, 23.

Case,
-, Mr. 1644, desired to preach, 3 Apr. Thanked, and to print his Sermon, 9.

Casingherst,
-, Robert. Vide Sandrich.

Cassell,
-, Bishop of, 1643, to have Licence to pass with his Wife, &c. beyond Sea, 17 Aug.

Castle,
-, John, 1643, Petition for a Pass to Oxon, read, and denied, 27 Oct.

Castleton,
-, Viscount, 1643, to have Warrant to go beyond Sea, 12 Oct.

Caswell,
-, Richard, 1643, Order for his Discharge, upon taking the Protestation, 11 Apr.

Cathedrals,
-, 1643, a Committee to prepare Ordinance for borrowing Plate superstitiously used upon their Altars, 27 May.

Catlyn,
-, Richard, 1643, to attend the Service of the House within Ten Days, upon pain of forfeiting 200 £ 9 May - Order for levying the Money, 22 June - 16 Sept. - for sequestering his Estate, 28 - Voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament, 22 Jan.

Cave,
-, William. Vide Bywater.

Caversham,
-, 1643, a Committee to consider of Relief to the Inhabitants, 12 June.

Caulfield,
-, Lady, 1642, Lords Justices Letter concerning her, and her Petition, read, and referred to the Committee for Contributions, 16 Mar. Her Case specially recommended to them, 18.
-, 1643, Letters concerning her referred to the Committee for Irish Affairs, 16 May. - Order for an Allowance to her and her Son out of the Contribution-monies, 24 June.

Cawdry,
-, Mr. 1643, Order for admitting him into the Assembly, agreed to by Lords, 16 Oct. - Desired to preach, 27 Dec. - Thanked, and to print his Sermon, 31 Jan.

Ceeling,
-, Thomas, 1643, appointed Collector of the Customs at Lyme, 21 Aug.
-, 1644, his Letter for speedy Relief to the Town, 10 June - Ordinance for Reparation of Losses to him, read; Order for Second Reading, 30 Aug.
-, Peter, 1643, appointed Surveyor of the Customs at Lyme, 21 Aug.

Cessation.
-, Vide Treaty.

Chace,
-, Mr. 1643, to be sent for as a Delinquent - Order for sequestering his Estate, 28 July.

Chadwell,
-, Captain Michael, 1643, to be removed from Lambeth House to Lord Petre's House, 22 July - A Committee to inquire after the Usage of him, 2 Aug.
-, William, 1643, voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament, 22 Jan.

Chaffont,
-, St. Peter's, 1643, Order for sequestering the Living, read, and agreed to, 13 Sept.

Chaloner,
-, Mr. 1643, Order for dividing his Goods in Partnership, and sequestering them - for trying him for a Conspiracy, 29 June.
-, Edward, 1644, Business of his Wardship referred to a Committee, 16 Sept. - Ordinance for exempting him therefrom, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 10 Dec. Desired, 12.

Chamberlaine,
-, Dr. 1643, appointed Physician to the Army, 1 July.

Chamberlyn,
-, William, 1643, Petition against Minify, 26 Sept. Vide Minify.

Chambers,
-, Mr. 1643, desired to preach, 30 Aug. - Thanked, and to print his Sermon, 27 Sept.
-, Hannibal, 1643, to be sent up in safe Custody, 6 May.
-, Dr. 1643, Petition read, and referred to One Member, 1 July.

Chamlett,
-, Edward. Vide Mary and Dorothy, a Ship.

Champernoon,
-, Mr. 1643, to be exchanged for Ensign Henry Keckwiche, 19 Sept.

Chancery,
-, Court of, 1643, Petition of Cursitors to be sent to Lords - Order against their sending Writs to Oxon to be sealed, 27 Nov. - Register appointed, 2 Dec. - Master of the Rolls to inquire what Monies have been brought in for Twenty Years past, 20.
-, 1644, a Committee to prepare Ordinance for securing the Repayment of Money due to the Six Clerks, 24 June.

Chandler,
-, Richard, 1644, Order for Repayment of his Loan, 16 Dec.

Chandois,
-, Lady, 1643, Petition from Lords referred to the Committee for Sequestrations, 28 Nov.

Charles,
-, a Ship, 1643, Order touching supplying it with Victuals, 8 Sept.

Charlton,
-, Mr. 1643, Business concerning his 20th Part, referred to a Committee - Tin seized upon that Account not to be sold, 30 Dec.

Charnock,
-, Mr. 1644, the Committee for Examinations to examine by what Passes he went to Oxon, and take care he be committed to very safe Custody, 15 Apr.

Charter-house,
-, 1643, Minister appointed, 5 Sept. - Member to prepare Ordinance for sequestering the Minister's, Reader's, and Organist's Places, 18 - Ordinance read, and agreed to, 7 Oct. - A Committee to examine what Monies have been conveyed from thence to Oxon, 9. - Impowered to alter the Time and Place of Meeting; Committees added - Ordinance for borrowing useless Monies there, read, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 18. - A Committee to search Trunks, and seize Money, 28. - Conference desired by Lords concerning the Hospital, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference deferred, 30. Message to Lords, acquainting them the House is ready, and desiring other Papers may be delivered thereat; Conference held, and reported, 31.
-, 1644, Ordinance from Lords appointing a Preacher, 16 Apr. - They put the House in mind thereof, 25 June - 24 July - Order for borrowing 1,000 £ of them, 17 Apr. - State of the Hospital, communicated by Lords, referred to the Committee for the Hospital, 18.

Charters,
-, Captain, 1643, Order for his Discharge. - To have Pass to go into Scotland, 10 Aug.

Chase,
-, Stephen, 1643, to be sent for as a Delinquent, for refusing to pay the Weekly Assessments, 11 Apr. - To have Liberty to go with his Keeper, and administer Physic to the King's Children, 2 May.

Chatham,
-, 1643, Ordinance from Lords for the Archbishop of Canterbury to collate to the Parsonage, agreed to, 25 May - Order about securing the Town, 22 July - Petition of Shipwrights, &c. touching their Arrears, read, 11 Aug. - Order for Payment of Arrears to the Garison, 17 Oct - 20 Jan. - Letter concerning Guards there, read, and referred to the Committee for Safety, 20 Jan.
-, 1644, Petition of Shipwrights, &c. referred to the Committee for the Navy, 6 July.

Chaueyn,
-, Monsieur, 1643, Message from Lords, desiring the House to concur in an Order for his transporting Lead into France, Custom-free, 12 July.

Cheese.
-, Vide Corn.

Cheeseley,
-, Mr. 1643, to be rewarded for bringing News that the Scots were coming, 29 Jan.

Chelmsford,
-, 1643, Order for sequestering the Living, read, and agreed to, 9 Feb.

Chernall,
-, Edward, 1643, not to be exchanged till Satisfaction made to Persons plundered, 18 Apr.

Chertsey,
-, 1643, Ordinance prohibiting the keeping the Market on a Fast-day, 29 May.

Chester
-, Town, 1642, Conference to be desired with Lords concerning the Governor's Warrant for seizing Delinquents Estates, 23 Mar.
-, County, 1643, Sir William Brereton to be recommended to Lord General to command there - His desire of Powder, &c. recommended to the Committee for Safety, 25 Mar. - Deputy Lieutenants added, 6 July - 13 Sept. - Deputy Lieutenants and Committees to take care of paying the Soldiers - To chuse an Auditor and Collectors, 6 Sept. - Sir William Brereton impowered to set an Excise upon Salt made in the County; the Proceed thereof to be disposed of for Payment of his Forces, 6 Dec. - Order for a Commission to him to appoint Persons to put the Ordinance in Execution, 15 - High Sheriff appointed 30 - The Committee for Safety to provide Arms for the County, 15 Jan. - A Committee to consider of Means for the Safety of Cheshire, Lancashire, &c. 15 Feb. - Member to prepare Ordinance for raising and maintaining Forces, 29.
-, 1644, Order for exempting the County from contributing towards the Maintenance of Garisons in Lancashire, - for the Deputy Lieutenants of Lancashire, &c. not to seize Arms, &c. sent down for Cheshire, and to restore what they have seized - Lord General to be moved for a Commission to Sir William Brereton to press Men - High Sheriff to be sworn, and go down - Order for sending Powder, &c. - Committees added to the Committee for Sequestrations, 7 May - Deputy Lieutenants added, 7 May - 25 Nov. - Lords Concurrence signified, 13 May - 25 Nov. - Receivers for Subscriptions appointed - Sir William Brereton appointed Commander in chief in the Absence of Lord Fairfax and Sir Thomas Fairfax, 16 May.

Chesterfield,
-, Earl of, 1643, Letter concerning Lords Orders for sending him up, read; Conference desired thereupon; Managers appointed; Conference agreed to, held, and reported, 25 Apr. - Order against releasing or exchanging him, 23 May. - Message from Lords, desiring they may impart something concerning him; a Conference agreed to; Petition to Lords on his behalf reported, and read - Order for making Reparation to Richard Hughes, before his Discharge; sent to Lords, 25.
-, 1644, Lords to be desired that he may be assessed his 20th Part, 9 Oct.

Cheynell,
-, Mr. 1644, desired to preach, 26 Apr. - Thanked, and to print his Sermon, 31 May.

Cheyney,
-, Charles, 1644, a Committee to withdraw, and prepare Ordinance for exempting him from Wardship; Ordinance read twice, and committed, 11 June. Passed; agreed to by Lords, 13.

Chichester,
-, 1643, Order for electing a Recorder, 24 May - Governor's Letter concerning Forces quartered there; Lord General to be desired to write to Sir William Waller about it; His Answer reported, 10 Jan.
-, Bishop of, 1643, Order for sequestering his Estate, 27 June - His Petition; House adhere to their former Order, 3 Oct.

Chichester,
-, Mary, 1644, Petition referred to the Committee for Irish Affairs, 30 May - Recommended to the Committee for Sequestrations, 5 Oct.

Chichley,
-, Elizabeth, 1643, Petition referred to the Committee for Captives, 21 Apr.

Chigwell,
-, 1643, Order for sequestering the Living read, and agreed to, 12 July.

Children,
-, 1644, Declaration that it is illegal to transport them under Age, 6 July.

Chitty,
-, Henry, 1643, Petition touching raising a Company of Foot, referred to the Governor of Chichester, 11 July.

Cholmley,
-, Sir Hugh, 1643, Letter concerning his deserting the Parliament read - Voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament - Resolution for impeaching him of High Treason; a Committee to prepare Impeachment; Votes to be printed, and set up in publick Places, 3 Apr. - Another Letter, relating his Desertion at large, read, and to be printed, 4 - Order for presenting the Impeachment, 28 Apr. - 15 May - for restoring his Goods, 3 July - His Letter to Captain Goodrich, with the Captain's Answer, read, and to be printed, 10 - Disabled from executing any Ordinance of Parliament; another to be added in his stead, 16 Jan.
-, Lady, 1643, to have Warrant to pass to Whitby, 5 June.
-, Mr. 1643, to be discharged from the Payment of his Assessment, 25 July.
-, 1644, Order touching the Re-payment of his Loan, 20 June.
-, Sir Henry, 1643, Order for re-delivering his Goods lately in Sir John Hotham's Possession, 22 July - for inserting his Name in all Ordinances for Yorkshire, instead of Sir Hugh Cholmley, 16 Jan. - Consideration of his Condition referred to the Committee for Sequestrations, 29.

Chresheld,
-, Serjeant 1643, to be summoned to attend, 7 June - To attend the Committee for sequestering absent Members Estates, 28 Sept.

Christchurch
-, Hospital, 1643, Order concerning exempting the Revenues thereof from Taxes, sent to Lords, 2 Oct. - Order touching admitting Children of Persons slain in the Parliament Service, 19.

Chubb,
-, Quarter-master, 1644, to be exchanged for Quartermaster Dewee, 5 July.

Chudleigh,
-, Captain, 1643, to be thanked for his Services, 4 Apr- - Major James, 1643, his Letter concerning a Victory over the Cornish Cavaliers, read, and referred to the Committee for Safety - Another Committee to prepare a Letter of Thanks to him, 29 Apr. - Relation of his Victory over Sir Ralph Hopton's Army, read, and to be printed, 1 May - His Proceedings in the Action at Stratton referred to the Committee for Safety, 29.

Church,
-, Edmund, 1644, Lords desire the House to concur in granting him a Pass into Holland, 23 Aug.

Church
-, Government, 1643, Ordinance for calling an Assembly of Divines read, and committed, 13 May. To be reported, 19. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 20. House put Lords in mind thereof, 29 May - 2 June. - Conference desired by Lords concerning it, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held; Lords Amendments reported, and in Part agreed to - Members to take the Covenant, 7. - Another Conference to be desired with Lords thereupon, 9. Desired, and agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, 10. Ordinance agreed to by Lords, with Amendments, 12. Amendments agreed to, 19 - Person nominated by Lords to be of the Assembly, agreed to, 14 June - Ordinance re-committed; Further Sale prohibited; those set forth to be called in, 16 - Dr. Twist desired to preach on the Meeting of the Assembly, 23. Lords Concurrence signified - Ordinance from Lords for Ministers on next Fast-day to beg a Blessing upon them; Time and Place appointed; Ordinance agreed to, and to be printed, 24 - Message to be sent to Lords, desiring both Houses to attend; a Committee to keep Places for them, 26 - Ordinance for pulling down superstitious Idolatries, &c. read, and recommitted, 19 June. Read again, and re-committed, 23 - To be reported, 4 July. Reported, passed, and sent to Lords, 5. Message desiring them to speed their Answer, 17 - Resolution for propounding to the Assembly to consider the Ten First Articles of Religion, agreed to by Lords - General Rules for them sent from Lords, 5 July - Read, and agreed to - Oath to be taken by the Members, read, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence signified, 6. Order from them, enabling the Assembly to send for Papers and Books by Prolocutor's Warrant, 8 - Members to take the Covenant, 13 - Their Petition; Propositions therein referred to a Committee, 19 - The Committee for Sequestrations to provide an Allowance for them, 9 Aug. - Another Petition; Speaker's Answer to Persons who preferred it, 10 - Names of such as have excused themselves, or not appeared at all, or but seldom, referred to a Committee. Order for propounding to the Assembly to consider the Nine next Articles of Religion, 22. Sent to Lords, 23 - Letter from Edinburgh read, and to be printed, with their Letter to the Assembly in Scotland, 29 - Answer from Scots Assembly read, and to be printed, 12 Sept. - Order for Members of the House to be present, and Debate in the Assembly, to be delivered to Lords, as a Head at a Conference, 14 - Member to prepare Ordinance for the Assembly to consider the Liturgy and Church Government, 15 Sept. - Ordinance sent to Lords, 20 - Agreed to by them, 12 Oct. - The Committee for Sequestrations to provide Things necessary for them - Ordinance enabling them to adjourn to another Place, read, and agreed to, 21 Sept. Lords Concurrence signified, 23. - Papers and Petition read; Speaker's Answer to Persons who presented them, 10 Oct. Vide Antinomians. - Several Members discharged, 11. - Others added, 11 & 23 Oct. - 2 Nov. - 3 Jan. - 1 Feb. - Members to return a Certificate of such as have not taken the Covenant, 16 Oct. Their Answer, 23 - The Committee for plundered Ministers to take care Divines of the Assembly be first provided for, 21 - The Assembly to have the free Use of Libraries belonging to the Parliament, 23 - Order from Lords for admitting Two Scots Ministers read, and agreed to, 18 Nov. - Order for distributing 400 £ amongst the most Necessitons - Member to prepare Ordinance for a Weekly Allowance to the Assembly, 30 Nov. - Ordinance agreed to by Lords, 5 Dec. - Sir Robert Harley added to the Committee in the room of Mr. Pym, deceased; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 15. Signified - Amanuensis to the Scribes appointed, 18 - Order from Lords for adding Lord General to the Assembly, agreed to, 3 Jan. - Order for burning superstitious Pictures in and about London, 16 - Assembly to be moved to hasten their Resolutions concerning Church Government, 24 - Conference desired by Lords concerning the Ordering and Government of the Church, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held; Lords Order touching it reported, read, and agreed to; Copies to be sent to the Assembly and Lord Mayor, 16 Feb. - Their Letter to the foreign reformed Churches, and Answer from One, and a Message from them, severally read; Letter to be printed in Latin and English, 13 Mar.
-, 1644, Ordinance for demolishing superstitious and illegal Matters in the Worship of God, read twice, and committed, 27 Apr. - Committee revived; Order for their Meeting, 8 May. Ordinance, with an additional Proviso, passed, and to be printed, with a former Ordinance of the like Nature; Lords Concurrence signified, 9. - Members to put the Ordinance in Execution at Whitehall, 21. - Propositions of the Assembly concerning the doctrinal and directory Part of Ordination, presented, 20 Apr. Read; Order for Second Reading, 30 - Read Second time, and referred to a Committee of the whole House, 2 May. Committee sits, 24 May - 6 June - 2 Aug. - Their Petition read; Order for distributing 600 £ amongst the most necessitous, 13 June - Resolution touching the Qualifications of Persons to be ordained, 19 July. - Assembly have Leave to adjourn, 22 - The Committee to meet every Tuesday and Thursday, 24 - Letters from the Assembly in Scotland, and from the Earl of Manchester to the Divines, read - Report of Rules for Ordination, with the Reasons and Opinion of the Committee thereupon; Copy to be sent to the Assembly, with Desire they would send Names of 23 Persons appointed to ordain, 14 Aug. Their Desire to consider the whole Business before they present the Names, agreed to, 16. Information of Scruples concerning the Time of Ordination; Resolution that the Rules should be only pro tempore; Commissioners of the Scots Kirk to be acquainted that the Rules of Ordination are referred back to the Assembly, 17. Names of Persons to be ordained to be read publickly, and affixed to the Church-doors, 20. The Advice and Request of the Assembly touching Ordination pro tempore, read; their Alterations in Part disagreed to; Managers to acquaint them with what passed thereupon, 29 - Matter to be further considered, 4 Sept. Referred to a Committee of the whole House; Power given them to consider other Papers relating thereto, 7. Report; Resolutions thereupon, 9. An Amendment agreed to; Advice digested into one Frame read, and agreed to; the Assembly to fill up the Blanks for Ministers to be appointed to ordain; Lord London to be admitted, 13. Another Amendment of the Assembly agreed to, 16. Names of Persons appointed to ordain, read, and agreed to, and to be inserted in the Ordinance; Ordinance sent to Lords, 18 - Returned with Amendments, and a Proviso; Amendments and Proviso agreed to, 1 Oct. Ordinance to be printed, 2. - Order concerning Divines dissenting in the Point of Church Government read, and agreed to; the Committee of both Houses, with the Scotts Commissioners, and the Committee of the Assembly, to consider these Differences in Opinion, 13 Sept. - Petition of Ministers desiring the Settlement of Church Government, read, and referred to a Committee; Speaker's Answer to Persons who preferred it, 16 - Assembly to be desired to speed the Directory for Worship, and present whatever is ready concerning Church Affairs, 24 - Letter from the Committee of Estates of Scotland for speedy settling the Affairs of the Church read; Lords to be desired to join in pressing an Expedition, 1 Nov. - Advice of the Assembly concerning Part of Church Government read, and to be considered, 8 - Previous and main Questions for Persons to present to the Assembly the Reasons of dissenting from their Propositions, and for the Assembly to present them to the House severally, Affirmative, 12. Members to acquaint them with the Order; Report concerning the Reasons presented, 19. Assembly to report to the House what Officers are intended in the Second Proposition, 12. Their Declaration concerning them read; Resolution touching preaching Ministers; Propositions referred to a Committee of the whole House, 15. Directory for public Worship read, 21. Consideration of the Preface postponed; particular Paragraphs, with the particular Title to each, read Clause by Clanse, and agreed to, 22. Clause concerning the Sacrament committed; Directory and Preface passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 26. A Clause reported, and passed; to be inserted instead of the Clause committed, 30 - A Committee to prepare Ordidinance for establishing the Directory for public Worship, and repealing the Book of Common Prayer, and the Law that establishes it, 26 Nov. Order for presenting it, 29 - Ordinance read twice, and committed; the Committee to consider Statute 35ø Eliz. concerning Persons absenting themselves from Divine Service, and to consider the Particulars touching Marriage and Borials, 3 Dec. - To prepare Clause touching Baptism and Burials, 6. Ordinance to be reported, 7 & 9. Reported, and passed - Directory to be translated into Welch, 12 - Advice concerning Marriage to be considered, 4 & 5 Dec. Considered; a Committee to prepare Ordinance for preventing clandestine Marriages, 6 - Advice concerning Burials read, and to be considered, 13 - Advice concerning the Visitation of the Sick, 16. To be considered, 20 - House informed that all Parts of the Directory for public Worship in ordinary, except concerning singing Psalms, have been presented. 16. - Assembly to be desired to consider of all Parts of Church Government that are behind, with the Reasons of the dissenting Brethren, and their Solutions, 20. Reasons and Solutions presented; Order for printing 300 Copies thereof, and delivering them to Clerk, who is to deliver them to the Members; Lords to be acquainted with the Vote, 23.

Churches,
-, Sarum, 1643, to have Warrant to pass into Holland, 11 Aug.

Cirencester,
-, 1643, Lord General's Letter, relating the surprising of the Town, 18 Sept.

Clanneboy,
-, Viscount, 1644, Petition; Order for appointing him Colonel of a Regiment in Ireland, 22 Apr.

Clara,
-, a Ship, 1643, Petition of Master and Passengers referred to the Committee of the Navy, 12 Oct.

Clare,
-, Earl of, 1643, Order for seizing and selling his Goods, and disposing of the Proceed thereof, 9 Feb.
-, 1644, his Letter from Lords concerning the taking off his Sequestration; a Committee to write to the Earl of Manchester concerning it, 6 Apr. - Order for taking it off, 13 July. Lords to be acquainted therewith, 15.
-, Countess of, 1643, to have Warrant to go with her Daughter, &c. beyond Sea, 19 May - To have Warrant to go into Somersetshire, and return, 2 Oct. - Her Petition communicated by Lords, 6 Jan. - Goods in her Possession to be inventoried and appraised, 10 Feb.

Clarke,
-, Captain, 1643, Order for restoring his Horses, 3 May.
-, Mr. 1643, to be removed to Winchester House, 12 Sept.

Clavering,
-, Mr. 1643, Letter concerning his coming in to the Parliament, read, 10 July - Matter referred to the Commissioners with the Scots Army, 29 Nov.

Claxton,
-, Mr. 1643, Order for permitting his Wife, &c. to pass beyond Sea, 9 Aug. Revoked; Copy of Revocation to be sent to the Officers of the Out-ports, 10.

Clayton,
-, Captain, 1643, to be thanked for his Services, 18 Oct.
-, John, 1643, Petition; Order for him to have the Moiety of Rent due to John Ramsden, 18 Oct.
-, Mr. 1643, to give Speaker Satisfaction for failing to attend with Papers, 15 Mar.

Cleer,
-, Henry, 1643, to be recommended to the Governors of St. Thomas's Hospital, to succeed Mr. Molins, as Surgeon, 8 & 15 Jan. Order withdrawn, 29. Governor's Petition; Order for recommending him to be an ordinary Surgeon, 30.

Clement,
-, Gregory. Vide Thompson, Maurice.
-, Elizabeth and Anne, 1643, Petition referred to the Committee for the Navy, 9 Oct.

Clements,
-, St. Eastcheap, 1642, Ordinance for sequestering the Living, 22 Mar.
-, St. Danes, 1643, Ordinance for settling a Minister read; nothing done thereupon, 8 Mar.

Clements,
-, Nicholas. Vide Privileges.

Clerk
-, of House, 1643, to take Notice of Members that recom-mend to Livings by way of Sequestration, 19 Oct. - Takes the Covenant, 1 Nov. - To redeliver a Paper, 8 - To take Copies of Papers sent from Lords, and redeliver the Originals to their Clerk, 5 Feb.
-, 1644, Message to be sent to Lords, desiring the Committee of both Houses at Haberdashers Hall may examine what Delinquents Goods are in his Custody, 15 Nov. Sent, 16. Their Concurrence signified, 18 - To deliver Copies of Papers to Members, 23 Dec.
-, Assistant, 1643, takes the Covenant, 1 Nov.
-, of the Crown, 1644, Order from Lords concerning him, 24 Dec.

Clerke,
-, Christopher. Vide Marshall, James.
-, Walter, 1643, Order for his Discharge, upon taking the Protestation, 11 Apr.
-, Susanna, 1643, Petition referred to the Committee for Obstructions in Courts of Justice, 29 May.
-, Mr. of Lincoln's Inn, 1643, appointed Cursitor, 1 Nov.
-, Peter, 1644, Order from Lords, appointing him Preacher of the Charter-house, 16 Apr.
-, Christopher, 1644, Order for restoring his Goods, 14 May - The Committee for the Navy to take care thereof, 10 June.
-, Lieutenant Colonel, 1644, his Letter concerning Forces come to Borstell and Brill, read, 12 June.

Clerkenwell,
-, 1643, Earl of Holland to be desired not to appoint any other Captain of the Trained Bands than he that is at present employed, 29 Apr.
-, Prison, 1644, the Committee of Prisons to examine the Case of Three Cavaliers starved there, 19 Dec.

Clerkson,
-, Mr. 1644, Ordinance from Lords appointing him Parson of Kirklington; Order for his bringing a Certificate from the Assembly, 2 Oct. Ordinance agreed to, 12.

Cleve,
-, George, 1643, Petition referred to the Committee for New England, 8 Apr.

Cleveland,
-, Countess of, 1643, her Petition from Lords, 6 Jan. - They put the House in mind thereof, 24 & 29 Feb. - 11 Mar. Petition referred to the Committee for Sequestrations, 11.
-, Earl of, 1644, Members have Leave to visit him in the Tower, 2 & 4 Nov.

Cliston,
-, John, 1643, to be sent for, as a Delinquent, for refusing to serve after having received Prest-money, 25 Mar.

Clothiers,
-, 1643, Petition to the King on behalf of the Clothiers of Gloucestershire, and King's Answer, read, and referred to a Committee - To be communicated to Merchant Adventurers, 22 Aug. Committees added, 29 - Names of such as have paid Money to Clothiers contrary to Order, to be brought to the Committee, 14 Sept.

Clothworkers
-, Company, 1643, Master and Wardens to attend the Committee at Haberdashers Hall, concerning their Arrears of Loans, 18 Sept.

Clotworthy,
-, Sir John, 1643, Petition on his behalf specially recommended to the Committee for Irish Affairs, 3 Aug. - No Member to relate any Passages in the House concerning him, 30 Nov. - His Business to be considered, 12 Jan.
-, 1644, Order touching Arms claimed by him, 19 July.

Coachman,
-, Captain Matthew, 1644, to be discharged from his Employment in the Fleet, 4 Apr.

Coals,
-, 1643, the Committee for Examinations to enjoin Wharsingers, &c. to fell them according to Rates settled by Parliament, 28 Mar. - Report concerning the Scarcity thereof to be communicated to Lord Mayor and Aldermen, 1 Apr. - The Committee for the Navy to consider of supplying the City with them; Order for Lord Mayor to put the Order concerning the Price of Coals in Execution, 15 - The Committee for the Navy to consider of supplying the Southern Parts from Scotland and Milsord Haven, 3 May - Propositions of Citizens for furnishing these Parts referred to a Committee; Speaker's Answer to Persons who presented them, 26 May. - Propositions read one by one, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 30 - Desired, 1 June. Conference desired by Lords thereupon agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, 3 - Ordinance for furnishing the City with Newcastle Coals, agreed to by Lords, with Amendments, 5. Amendments agreed to; Ordinance to be printed, and sent to Lord Mayor, 8 - A Committee to withdraw, and prepare Ordinance for opening the Trade at Sunderland and Blythe; Ordinance presented, 12 Mar. Read, and agreed to, 13. - Lords Concurrence signified, 21 - Ports under the Parliament to be encouraged to trade there, 13.
-, 1644, Lord Mayor to take care Coals be distributed for Relief of the Poor, 15 Apr. - Committees Letter concerning sending Men to work in the Pits at Sunderland, read, and referred to the Committee for the Navy; Member to prepare Answer, 20 May - Paper from the Committee referred to the Committee for the Revenue, 21 - Their Letter concerning the Collieries, and the Business of Coals, at Sunderland, read, and referred, 21 June - Another Letter to the same Purpose, 3 July - Report to be considered, 13 - Resolutions touching the Price at Sunderland - against transporting them without Leave, 15 - Further Report; Several to be restored to their Collieries, 25 Nov. - Proposition concerning Delinquents being possessed of their Coals and Collieries, referred to the Committee of both Kingdoms - Letter concerning a Ship-loading of Coals sent to the Poor, to be communicated to the Lord Mayor, with Desire that he would do as may be best for their Relief, 5 Dec.

Cock,
-, Captain, 1643, to be exchanged for George Lilbourne, 10 Jan. - To be discharged, 22 Mar.
-, Ralph, 1644, to be sent up in safe Custody, 19 Nov. - Disabled from being Alderman of Newcastle, 5 Dec. - Committed to Lambeth House, 13.
-, George, 1644, committed to Lambeth House, 13 Dec.

Cockram,
-, Colonel, 1643, his Wife to have Warrant to be with him in Windsor Castle, 10 June - To have Warrant to pass to Oxon, 26.

Coe,
-, Andrew, and Robert Austyn, 1643, to be summoned to attend for publishing false News, 2 June.

Coke,
-, Sir Robert, 1643, to have Leave to visit his Lady, 18 Apr.
-, 1644, Order for sequestering his Estate, 14 Oct. - Report concerning him; Order for admitting him to a Fine and Composition; Committee impowered to compound with him, 23.
-, Thomas, 1643, to attend the Committee for sequestering absent Members Estates, 28 Sept. - Voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament, 22 Jan.
-, Henry, 1644, Order for sequestering his Estate, 14 Oct.

Colchester,
-, 1643, Petition of Inhabitants for a Governor; Speaker's Answer to Persons who preferred it, 27 July.
-, 1644, Petition of Mayor, &c. referred to a Committee, 9 May.

Cole,
-, Michael, 1643, Petition concerning the Discovery of Monies, referred to the Committee of the West, 28 Nov.
-, Thomas, 1644, the Committee for Prisoners to send him to a safe Place, 29 July.
-, Sir Nicholas, 1644, to be sent up in safe Custody, 19 Nov. - Disabled from being Alderman of Newcastle, 5 Dec.
-, Ralph, 1644, to be sent up in safe Custody, 19 Nov. - Disabled from being Alderman of Newcastle, 5 Dec. - Committed to London House, 13.
-, James, 1644, to be sent up in safe Custody, 19 Nov. - Disabled from being Sheriff of Newcastle, 5 Dec. - Committed to Southwark Compter, 13.

Coleman,
-, Mr. 1643, to be summoned to attend, 18 Sept.
-, Mr. 1643, Desired to preach, 26 July - Thanked, and to print his Sermon, 30 Aug. - Desired to preach before Persons willing to take the Covenant, 27 Sept. - Thanked, and to print his Sermon, 30.
-, 1644, a Committee to prepare Ordinance for bestowing the Rectory of Scolter upon him, 30 Aug. - Desired to preach before the House, 9 Sept. Thanked, and to print his Sermon, 13.

Colepeper,
-, Mr. 1643, the Committee for Prisoners impowered to compound with him, 5 Oct.
-, Sir. John, 1643, voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament, 22 Jan.
-, John, 1643, Order for sequestering his Estate, and seizing and selling his Goods, 9 Feb.

Collas,
-, Lieutenant, 1644, to be exchanged for Lieutenant Parry, 7 Aug.

Collectors,
-, 1642, not having paid in or collected their Monies, to be sent for, as Delinquents, 15 Mar.
-, 1643, the Committee at Haberdashers Hall to send for them, 28 Mar. - Musqueteers to assist them in their Collections, 30 - Speaker to issue Warrants for apprehending those in Arrear - Several discharged, 6 Apr. - Captain Compton to assist them in Westminster, and Parts adjacent, 11 - Captain of the Guard attending the House to assist them, 13 - The Committee for Examinations to appoint Trained Bands to assist them in Distraining, and to commit such as abuse them - Collectors upon the Bill for 400,000 £ to perfect their Accounts, 18 - Order for their paying Monies to proper Treasurers, to be printed and published, 13 July - for bringing in their Accounts, 10 Aug. - Names of the Collectors of the Second Payment of the Bill for 400,000 £ ordered, 23.
-, 1644, Ordinance for securing 5,000 £ borrowed of the Collectors of the One per Cent. read, and passed, 30 Aug. - Sent to Lords, 3 Sept.

Collington,
-, John, 1643, to be brought up in safe Custody, to answer Matters to be objected against him, 3 July.

Collins,
-, William, 1643, Order for an Allowance to him as Auditor to the Committee for Irish Affairs, 25 Apr.
-, Mr. 1643, to be rewarded for discovering Delinquents Goods, 24 Feb.
-, Mr. a Delinquent, 1644, Monies and Estate of his discovered, referred to the Committee for Plymouth, 4 Nov.

Collison,
-, Mr. 1643, Order for his Discharge, 14 Apr.

Colwall,
-, Daniel, 1643, Order for sequestering his Place of Under-searcher in the Port of London - The Committee for the Navy to consider of a sit Person for that Service, 29 Apr.

Colwell,
-, Alexander 1643, to be sent for, as a Delinquent, 19 July.

Combes,
-, Mr. 1643, to be sent for, as a Delinquent, for refusing to pay the Weekly Assessments, 14 Apr.

Committees,
-, 1643, Chairman appointed by the House, 27 Mar. - 10 Aug. - None to fit in a Morning, when the House fits, after Eight o'Clock, 21 Apr. - Committee added in the room of one that cannot attend, 12 June - A Committee appointed to view the Committees, 10 Aug. - A Committee to consider of a Power to be left with a Committee in case of Adjournment, 16 - A Committee divided into Two, 3 Oct. - All to sit during Adjournment, 3 Oct. - 8 Nov. - Particular to sit during Adjournment, 12 Oct.
-, 1644, Chairman to be sent for immediately to make his Report, 30 Apr. - Chairman appointed by the House, 17 & 24 July - 18 Sept. - Member dismissed from a Committee at his own Request, 30 Aug. - Chairman to give Notice to the House of Members that fail the Service, 18 Sept.

Common Pleas,
-, 1643, Ordinance concerning disposing of the Place of Custos Brevium, rend twice and committed, 20 Jan. - Agreed to by Lords, 1 Feb.

Compton,
-, Sir H. 1643, Order for sequestering his Office and Estate - for Recompence to those that brought him up, 5 Apr. - Prohibiting him to dispose of the Prothonotary's Place, 24 June - for Sale of his sequestered Goods, 29 - A Committee to prepare Ordinance, to require him to nominate a Prothonotary, appointed by the House, 3 July - Resolution for nominating Mr. Bernard, 10 - His Petition; Order for bailling him, 2 Oct.

Compton
-, House, 1644, Letter concerning the taking it read, 17 June.

Condule,
-, Arthur, 1643, Petition read, and referred to the Committee for the King's Revenue, 15 June.

Conferences.
-, Vide Treaty, Newport, Earl of, Capuchins, Espernon, Duke de, Vienville, Marquis of, Queen, Kenouil, Earl of, Volunteers, Scotland, Lords, House of, Privileges, Langham, Ireland, Chesterfield, Earl of, Bohemia, Queen of, Gell, Sir John, Essex, Earl of, Holland, Rivers, Countess of, Fairfax, Lord, Capell, Lord, Plot, Church Government, Conway, Viscount, Portland, Earl of, Noell, Henry, Hall, Carliste, Earl of, Kingdom, Grey, Lord of Wark, Supply, Digby, Sir Kenelme, Tumults, Sequestrations, Banbury, Countess of, Currans, Harcourt, Count de, Charterhouse, Wharton, Lord, Holland, Earl of, Ryley, Digby, Lord, Wight, Isle of, Aylesbury, Howard, Lord, Army, Association, Manchester, Earl of, Prince, Crosts, Mrs. Tower, Members, Law, Denbigh, Earl of, Massey, Colonel, Peterborough, Countess of, Thanet, Earl of, Dennington Castle, Movatt, Law Martial, and Prisoners.

Conisbye,
-, Mr. 1643, Order for confining him to his Chamber; none to speak with him but in Keeper's Presence; not to be allowed Pen, Ink, and Paper, 8 Apr. - Voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament, 8 May.
-, Humphrey, 1643, voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament, 22 Jan.
-, Henry, 1644, Petition referred to the Committee for Sequestrations, 8 June.

Connant,
-, Mr. 1643, desired to preach, 28 June - Thanked, and to print his Sermon, 26 July.

Constable,
-, Sir William, 1643, to be recommended to Lord Fairfax, to have the Command in chief under him, 4 July - Order for Payment of his Forces, 29.
-, Captain, 1643, Order for Payment of his Arrears, 9 Oct.
-, 1644, to have the publick Faith for Monies he has a Warrant for, 20 Aug.

Constance,
-, a Ship, 1643, Petition of Owners referred to the Committee for the Navy, 24 June.

Constantine,
-, Mr. 1643, absent without Leave, to be sent for by Serjeant, 15 Aug. - Voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament - To be discharged from the Recordership of Pool, 4 Sept. - Order for sequestering his Estate, 28.
-, 1644, to be sent up in safe Custody, 15 July - Letter concerning him; Resolution for committing him to Southwark Compter; Sentence pronounced; the Committee for the West to examine him, 26 - To be sent for to a Committee, to be examined concerning Macguire and Macmahon, 26 Oct.

Convoys,
-, 1643, a Committee to receive and examine Informations concerning Abuses in them, and Wastage, 19 Mar.
-, 1644, Report; Resolutions touching the taking of Convoy-money, to be sent to Lord Admiral, 28 May.

Conway,
-, Viscount, 1643, Message to Lords, desiring he may be examined by a Committee in the Presence of some Members, agreed to; Conference desired with them concerning the Examination, agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, 12 June - Another Message, desiring his Goods and Horses may be secured; Answer thereto, 16 - Another, desiring he may be re-examined; Answer thereto; Conference desired concerning that Answer, agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, and reported, 17 - A Committee of both Houses to confer with him, 20 - His Petition for speedy Trial, sent from Lords, to be considered - Intercepted Letters to him to be delivered to a Committee, 15 July - His Petition for Enlargement, sent from Lords; Conference to be desired thereupon; a Committee to prepare Heads, 28. Free Conference desired, and agreed to; Managers appointed; free Conference held, 29.

Conyers,
-, Sir John, 1643, Petition concerning Monies disbursed for Diet, &c. to the Irish Prisoners; Order for Payment thereof, 31 July - Petition concerning his Servant referred to the Committee for Examinations, 10 Aug. - Sir John to have Warrant to pass into Holland; Lord Admiral to be desired to assign him a Man of War; Order for his delivering the Custody of the Tower to Sir Robert Harley, 11 - His Petitions from Lords for enlarging the Time of his Absence, agreed to, 13 Nov. - 27 Feb.
-, 1644, his Petition from Lords for Re-admission into his Place, to be considered, 13 May - Another Petition from them, for Leave to continue longer abroad, read, and agreed to, 19 July.

Cooke,
-, Mr. 1642, to be sent up in safe Custody, 23 Mar.
-, Francis, 1643, to be summoned to appear in the Assembly, 23 Oct.
-, William, 1643, voted a Delinquent; Order touching the disposing of his sequestered Estate, 3 Nov.
-, Lady, 1643, to be required to remove from Gloucester, 3 Nov. - Her Petition referred to the Committee of Gloucester, 16 Dec.
-, Mr. 1644, appointed Mark-master and joint Commissary of Horse in Lord General's Army, 17 May - A Committee to consider of some way to impower him to prevent Abuses of the Artillery Officers, 21 - Order touching his marking Horses, &c. and for his Entertainment, 23 - for Payment thereof, 6 June.

Coone,
-, Hugh, 1643, Order for staying his Trial, 14 Apr.

Cooper,
-, Richard, 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, for being a Defaulter upon all Services, 22 Mar.

Cooperthwayte,
-, George, 1643, to be sent for, us a Delinquent, for refusing to serve after having received Prest-money, 25 Mar.

Coote,
-, Sir Charles, 1644, Petition read, and referred to a Committee, 3 Aug. - Appointed Governor of the Province of Connaught, 1 Oct. - Order for 100 £ to him towards his Arrears, 21 Dec.

Coptedike,
-, Mr. 1643, Information that he was assessed 150 £ for his 20th Part, 17 Aug. - Order touching the Payment thereof, 17 Aug. - 7 Sept.

Copley,
-, Commissary, 1643, a Committee to examine Informations concerning him, and receive his Answer, 18 Mar.
-, 1644, Order for his staying to attend them, 25 Mar. - His Petition, 3 Apr. To be read, 3 Apr. - 10 May - Report concerning him; Resolutions thereupon, 5 June. Vide Privileges. - Certificate from the Committee of Accounts of a Debt of 794 £ 13 s. 6 d. due from him to the State, 31 Aug. Order for Payment thereof, 31 Aug. - 2 Oct. - His Petition thereupon referred to the Committee of Accounts, 4 Sept. - Letters concerning his personal Pay, the Pay of his Troop, and his Servants, as Commissary; Order for paying them - His own Pay to be suspended, 2Oct. - His Petition read, and referred to a Committee, 19 - Order for making Report, 29 Nov.

Corbett,
-, Mr. 1643, Order for detaining Horses seized by him, 8 May.
-, Miles, 1643, Master of the Court of Wards to be moved to admit him into the Place assigned him by the Committee for the Revenue, 30 Jan.
-, 1644, Conference to be desired with Lords concerning it, 25 Apr. - A Committee to prepare Ordinance for appointing him Clerk of the Court of Wards, 1 May - Form thereof, 7.
-, Sir John, 1643, Business concerning his Commission to be Colonel of the Forces raised in Satop, referred to the Earl of Denbigh, 26 June - Difference between him and the Gentlemen of the County, referred to a Committee, 3 July - Order for his Attendance upon the House, and not to proceed upon the Commission, 4.

Cordell,
-, Mr. 1642, Order touching his conveying Powder or, Saltpetre to his Mills, 15 Mar.
-, 1644, the Committee for the Navy to consider whether he has performed his Contract, 4 June - Letter concerning Powder taken at his Mills referred to a Committee, 16 Sept.

Corey,
-, Thomas, 1644, referred to the Committee at Goldsmiths Hall for his Composition, 6 Dec. - Business concerning his Delinquency recommitted; State of Proofs, and Certificate of his Delinquency, to be presented, 23.

Cork,
-, Earl of, 1643, voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament; Order for sequestering his Estate, and stopping all Monies, &c. to be delivered to him, 10 Nov.

Corn,
-, 1643, Order for transporting Prize Corn Custom-free, 5 Oct. - A Committee to prepare Ordinance to prevent transporting Corn, Butter, Cheese, Wool, and Fuller's Earth, 6 Jan. - Ordinance read; Order for Second Reading, 29 Feb. - Commissioners of the Customs to take care no Corn be transported, and send the Order to the Ports, 12 Jan.

Cornets,
-, 1643, taken at Cirencester, sent down from Lords, and referred to a Committee, 28 Sept. - Declaration thereupon read, agreed to, and to be printed, 5 Oct. - Others taken in Derbythire to be communicated to Lords at a Conference, 8 Jan. - Another taken at Hillsden House, to be presented, 15 Mar.

Corsellis,
-, Nicholas, 1643, to have Warrant to pass with his Wife, &c. into Holland, 8 Aug.

Cornwall,
-, 1642, Letters, and Papers inclosed, concerning a Treaty between the Cornish and Devonshire Forces, read, 17 Mar. Referred to a Committee, 18. Committee to prepare Instructions for the Committee there, 20. Instructions read, and recommitted, 21.
-, 1643, a Committee to prepare a Declaration con cerning the Proceedings of the Treaters, 11 Apr. Commillees Letter, relating that the Treaty was ended, 24. - Appointment of High Sheriff respited, 30 Dec.
-, 1644, High Sheriff appointed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 15 July - Order for continuing him, 2 Dec. Sent to Lords, 3.

Cornwallis,
-, Sir Frederick, 1643, to be enjoined to return forthwith to Oxon; Speaker to grant him a Pass, 11 Apr.

Cottenham,
-, 1644, Order for sequestering the Living, read, and agreed to, 7 June.

Cotterell,
-, Captain, 1644, Petition; Order for Payment of his Arrears, 17 May.

Cottington,
-, Lord, 1643, Commissioners of Excise to be put in Possession of his House, 15 Sept. - Order for selling his sequestered Goods, and disposing of the Proceed thereof, 9 Feb.

Cotton,
-, Lieutenant, 1644, Information against him referred to a Committee, 10 May.

Covenant,
-, 1643, a Committee to withdraw, and prepare a Covenant; Covenant reported; Resolution for bendering it to all Members; several take it; further Time granted to others, upon their Request; Covenant to be entered in a Book; Members to subscribe their Names; a Committee to prepare it in a sit manner to be taken by the whole Kingdom, 6 June - Covenant presented, read, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence to be desired at a Conference, 7 - Message to acquaint them several Members had taken it, 8 - Covenant returned from Lords, with Amendments; Amendments agreed to; Order for printing it, 9 - Day appointed for taking it in London and Westminster, 17 - for taking it within the Bills of Mortality; Lord Mayor to be desired to disperse the Order, 24 - Officers and Soldiers in Garison to take it, 23 - A Committee to prepare an Oath for them, and Instructions for taking it through the Kingdom, 24 - Oath and Instructions reported, 27 - Lord General to be desired to tender it to the Army, 26 - Assembly to take it; the Committees for the Militia and for Examinations to tender it to whom they please, 13 July - A Committee to consider of some Vindication thereof, 19 - Explanation thereof read, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 28 - House put them in mind thereof, 15 Aug. - Deputy Lieutenants, &c. to tender it in the several Counties, if the Ministers, Churchwardens, or Constables refuse, 28 July - Lord General to be desired to tender the Covenant and Explanation to the Army, 1 Aug.
-, 1643, Letter from the Commissioners of both Houses in Scotland, and a mutual Covenant, &c. read; Copy to be sent to General, another to the Assembly, with Power to consider of the Lawfulness of taking it in point of Conscience, 26 Aug. - Their Judgment and Resolutions read; Prolocutor heard; Speaker's Answer, 31 - Assembly to publish the Reasons of their Opinions, 15 Sept. - Covenant to be considered by House, 31 Aug. - Proceedings thereupon, 1, 2, 5, Sept. A Committee to prepare Answer to the 5th Article, 4 - Instruction to insert the Church of Ireland, 5 - Report read, and agreed to, 6 - A Committee impowered to treat with the Scots Commissioners upon the 5th Article, 11 - Liberty given to treat upon the whole; Assembly to be desired to appoint a Committee to assist them, 12 - Covenant, as agreed to by the Committee and Scots Commissioners, read, passed, and to be delivered to Lords at a Conference; Draught thereof referred to the Assembly, 14. - Lords Concurrence signified; the Committee and Commissioners to consider what is fit to be done further; a Committee to consider an Information concerning a Petition framing against it, and to take Course for suppressing it, 18 - A Committee to prepare Declaration concerning taking it, 19. - Considerations concerning taking it, reported; Ministers to prepare the People for it in their Sermons next Sunday; Assembly to be desired to dispose of themselves next Fast-day, so as to preach within the Bills of Mortality upon the taking it, 21 - Time and Place appointed for the House to take it; Lords and the Assembly to be desired to take it at the same Time and Place; Resolution that some of the Assembly be appointed to exhort those who are to take it, 22 - Narrative of the Proceedings and Manner of taking the Covenant, 25. To be printed, 26 - Ministers desired to preach to Persons willing to take it, 30 Sept. - 10 & 16 Oct. - Covenant to be tendered in all Churches within the Bills on Sunday next, 3 Oct. - To be read therein; Order for the Divines of the Assembly to tender the Covenant in Parishes that seem backward, 12. Their Answer, 23 - Like Order, 30. Nov. - The Committee for plundered Ministers to consider of a Course for taking it in the Counties, 1 Nov. - Another Committee appointed for that Purpose, 6 - All Men above Sixteen to take it, 18 Dec. - Ordinance from Lords concerning tendering it to Officers in Chancery, and Pleaders, read twice, and committed, 12 Jan. - Instructions for taking it through the Kingdom, read, and agreed to; Assembly to prepare an Exhortation to accompany them; a Committee to prepare Ordinance upon the Instructions, 30 - Ordinance and Instructions read, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 2 Feb. - Exhortation read, and recommended again to the Assembly, 5. Read twice, agreed to, and to be printed, 9 - A Committee to consider of tendering the Covenant to English Subjects in foreign Parts, 2 Mar. Order for making Report, 7.

Coveney,
-, George, 1643, to be sent for to attend a Committee, 24 Jan.

Covent Garden,
-, 1643, Petition of Inhabitants referred to a Committee, 15 Mar.
-, 1644, the Committee for the Bill concerning the Parsonage revived; Order for their Meeting, 25 Nov. - 6 Dec.

Coventry,
-, 1643, Order for delivering great Saddles, &c. out of the public Stores for the Service of the Town, 4 Apr. - Letter from thence concerning Prince Rupert's Carriage read, 14. Committees Letter, with intercepted Letters from Sir John Brooke, read, and to be printed, 3 May. Vide Brooke, Sir John. - Order for sending Powder, 13 May - 18 Aug. - Letter from thence read, and referred to the Committee for Examinations, 12 June - Another Letter; Order for providing Arms, &c. 27 - Order for the Committee to detain Horses going through to Shrewsbury, 8 July - Petition of Owners; Order for restoring them, 3 Aug. - Petition of Parishioners of Trinity for sequestering the Living; Mr. Herring to be propounded to the Assembly for their Testimony, 9. Their Certificate presented; Order thereupon, 14 - Committees Letter, desiring the Parliament Forces might take the Field, read; Member to prepare Answer, 21 - Committees added to the Committee for Sequestrations, 17 Oct. - Letters concerning the Place of Governor, read, and recommended to Lord General; his Answer reported; Conference desired by Lords concerning the State of the City agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; Lord General to be desired to compose the Differences between the Earl of Denbigh and the City; Colonel Barker to be continued Governor; Member to send down a Copy of Lord Denbigh's Ordinance, and the Vote, 2 Dec. - Committees Letter referred to the Committee for Safety, 11.
-, 1644, additional Committees to the Committee for Sequestrations, agreed to by Lords, 7 May - the Committee to be desired that their Horse may continue with Colonel Massey, 4 June - Petition of Mayor, &c. desiring Mr. Vines may be Vicar, 13. Vide Vines.
-, Lord, 1644, Order for Assessment of his 20th Part; sent to Lords, 24 June.

Covert,
-, John, 1644, Report concerning him; Order for admitting him to a Fine and Composition; Committee to compound with him, 23 Oct.

Councell,
-, Alexander, 1642, Order for 40 £ to him for his good Services; the Committee for Safety to confer a Command on him, 21 Mar.

Council of War,
-, 1643, a Committee to consider of settling it, 17 Oct. - Lord General to be desired to appoint a President, 10 & 18 Nov.

Council
-, Board, 1643, a Committee to visit the Goods discovered in the Treasary of the Records thereof, and open the Trunks, 5 Feb.

Counties,
-, 1644, Draught of Letter to them to have their Forces in Readiness, read, and agreed to; the Committee of both Kingdoms to write according to the Form thereof; their Letter read, agreed to, and sent to Lords, 22 Oct. - The Committee to dispose of them, 26 - Letter to quicken them in bringing in the Arrears of the Two Months Assessments, and the Bill for 400,000 £ read, and agreed to, 12 Nov. Lords Concurrence signified; Speaker to send Copies into the several Counties, 13.

Courten.
-, Mr. Vide Curteene.

Courtney,
-, Captain Richard, 1644, to be exchanged for Captain James Erisey, 20 Oct.

Courts of Justice,
-, 1643, Order for seizing and disposing of Monies due to absent Judges, &c. 12 May - Declaration that Judges present here are not comprehended in the Order, 17 - A Committee to receive Informations concerning the Obstructions of Justice by the Absence of the Seal of any Court, 19. - Order for paying to Sir A. Haslerigg Monies payable to absent Officers, 1 June - The Committee for Obstractions impowered to commit for Contempt, and discharge, 20 Sept. - Ordinance for making void the Offices of all Officers that have shewn any Disaffection to the Parliament, read twice, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence signified, 25 Dec. - Order prohibiting the Judges to adjourn any of the Courts longer than for a Day, nor from Westminster; to be sent to them; Lords Concurrence to be desired - Ordinance concerning absent Officers, read, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 29 Jan.

Coutor,
-, Abraham Van, and Adrian Henrix, 1644, Petition recommended by the States Ambassadors, read, and referred to the Court of Admiralty, 29 Oct.

Cowdry,
-, Mr. 1643, desired to preach, 29 Dec. - Thanked, and to print his Sermon, 31 Jan.

Cowdry
-, House, 1644, Goods seized there to be brought up, 11 Apr. - To be stored in Campden House, 18 May.

Cowper,
-, Robert, 1643, to be sent for, as a Delinquent, 19 July.
-, Sir Anthony Ashley, 1644, to have Liberty to go into his own County, 10 July - Consideration of sequestering his Estate, and of his coming in, referred to the Committee at Goldsmiths Hall, 14 Aug. Report; Order for discharging his Sequestration, upon paying a Fine, 22.
-, Sir Edmund, 1644, to be sent for, as a Delinquent, 10 Dec. Vide Jaques, Sir Roger.
-, Abigail, 1644, Order for paying her Part of her Husband's Arrears, 30 Sept.

Cox,
-, Dr. 1643, committed to Lord Petre's House, 9 June.

Craigh,
-, Lady, 1643, Letter concerning her referred to the Committee for Irish Affairs, 16 May.

Cranbrook,
-, 1643, Ordinance from Lords, requiring the Archbishop of Canterbury to collate thereto, 1 June.

Crane,
-, Thomas, 1643, Letter concerning his furnishing Provisions for Munster, referred to the Committee for Irish Affairs, 28 Nov.

Cranmer,
-, William, 1644, Letter from him and the Merchants Adventurers at Rotterdam, referred to the Committee for the States Ambassadors, 14 Aug.

Crathorn,
-, Mr. 1643, Business concerning him referred to a Committee, 23 Oct.

Craven,
-, John, 1643, Petition concerning a Debt due to him from Nicholas Wolfe; Petitioner to have Liberty to recover it at Law; Consideration of his Services referred to the Committee for Safety, 16 Dec.
-, Lord, 1643, Lords to be desired that he may be assessed his 20th and 5th Part, 17 Feb.
-, 1644, Tents, seized for Non-payment thereof, to be delivered to the Master of the Ordnance, 6 May.

Crawford,
-, Colonel, 1643, examined touching the Affairs of Ireland; further Examination referred to a Committee; has Leave to present his Reasons for coming away; thanked for his Services, 3 Feb. - Consideration of his Lieutenant Colonel, referred, 12 - To have the Assurance of the House for a standing Regiment in Ireland - Public Faith to him and his Officers for Arrears, 15 Mar.
-, 1644, Order for Payment of his Arrears, 16 May.

Creation-money,
-, 1644, Order from Lords concerning it to be read, 17 July. They put the House in mind thereof, 20 July - 10 Aug. Read; not to be read a Second time but in a full House, 24.

Creichton,
-, George, 1643, Petition referred to the Committee for plundered Ministers, 25 Nov.

Cressy,
-, Earl of, 1643, Ordinance for discharging his Retinue, &c. 1 June - Message from Lords, acquainting the House they had granted him a Safe-conduct to go to the King and Queen, 3. Safe-conduct read, and agreed to; Order for searching his Trunks, &c. 9 - A Committee to consider of the Cause of restraining his Servants, 12 - Message from Lords concerning his Request to them, 28 July. Vide Digby, Sir Kenelme - To have Warrant to go to the King, 6 Sept. - To be acquainted with an Information touching Preparations in Normandy, 14 - To have Warrant to pass with his Servants to Oxford, 11 Oct.
-, 1644, to have like Warrant to pass to Oxford and Exon, 30 May - Clerk to take Copies of his Letter to Mr. Walter Mountague, and the Messengers Examination, 12 July.

Crew,
-, Randall, 1643, Petition referred to the Committee for the 20th Part at Southwark, 18 Sept.
-, Mr. 1644, dispatched to Lord General's Army upon important Occasions, 6 June - Order for paying Interest due upon his Loan, 1 July.

Crimes,
-, Sir Thomas, 1643, Order for sequestering his Estate - for sequestering the yearly Allowance to his Son, 15 July.

Cripps,
-, Mr. 1643, the Committee for Safety to give a Warrant for Recompence to him for carrying Letters to and from Sir William Waller, 5 July.

Crisp,
-, Sir Nicholas, 1643, Order for Sale of Redwood seized from him, 20 May - for delivering the Proceed thereof to the Treasurer of the Navy - Duke of Gloucester's Picture, in his Possession, to be reserved for the Duke, 24 - His House to be employed for receiving sick Soldiers, 9 June - A Committee to receive Information concerning his Estate, 8 July - Order for Sale of his sequestered Goods, 28 - Ordinance concerning his Adventure in a Ship returned upon account of the Guiney Company, read twice, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence signified, 2 Dec.
-, 1644, his House in Lyme-street to be surveyed, and the Estimate reported to the Committee at Haberdathers Hall, 24 Sept.
-, Samuel, 1643, Business concerning him referred to the Committee for Examinations; Order for securing him; the Committee at Campden House to secure his Estate, 26 Jan.
-, Lady, 1644, to be sent for in safe Custody; none to speak with her; her Closet and Cabinet to be searched; Business referred to the Committee for Examinations; Committee to dispose of her till Report can be made, 20 July.

Crocker,
-, Captain, 1644, Order for delivering him his Prize Goods, upon paying ready Money according to Appraisement, and the Excise, 24 June.

Crockett,
-, William, 1643, Order for his Discharge, and for Satisfaction for Injuries, read, 25 Aug.

Croft,
-, Captain Robert, 1643, Petition referred to the Committee for Irish Affairs, 8 July.
-, James, and Matthew Hollworthy, 1643, Petition concerning Transportation of Calves Skins referred to the Committee for the Navy, 7 Apr.

Crofts,
-, William, 1643, to be brought up in safe Custody, to answer Matters to be objected against him, 3 July.
-, Mrs. 1644, Conference desired by Lords concerning Passes to her and others from the King's Quarters, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; Resolution against granting them; Lord General to be acquainted therewith, 18 May.

Crompton,
-, Sir Henry, 1643, his Lady to have Leave to visit him in the Tower, 26 May.
-, John, 1643, Order for Sale of his sequestered Goods, 29 June.

Cromwell,
-, Colonel Oliver, 1642, impowered to dispose of the Prisoners taken by him - To be thanked for his Services, 21 Mar.
-, 1643, Member to prepare Ordinance, enabling him to raise Money for Maintenance of his Forces, 24 Apr. - Ordinance impowering him and others to seize Malignants Goods, 25 - Agreed to by Lords, 2 May - His Letter assigning Reasons why he has not met with the Lincolnshire Forces at the Rendezvous; a Committee to prepare Letter to Lord Grey, to join him, 8. - To have free Quarter upon his March; Order for sending him Forces, 4 Aug. - for sending him Musquets, 8 - for sending him Powder, &c. 9.
-, 1644, Order for providing Arms for his Regiment, 4 Oct. Amended, 5 - for paying for them, 12. Agreed to by Lords, 14. Mistakes in the Sums to be rectisied, 16 - To declare his Knowledge of the Proceedings of the Armies since their Conjunction, 23 Nov. His Narrative referred to a Committee, 25 - Protestation of Secrecy to be continued upon them; Order impowering less than Eight to act, revoked; Question for Leave to speak against the Order to them, Neg. 4 Dec.
-, Colonel William, 1643, to have Warrant to pass into Holland, 14 Aug.

Crooke,
-, Mr. 1643, Voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament, 15 Nov.

Cross,
-, St. Hospital. Vide Lisle, Mr.

Crosse,
-, John, 1643, Committed to Newgate, for abusing Warrants for apprehending Priests, 12 May.
-, Mrs. 1643, Order for carrying her Plate and Jewels to Guildhall, 3 June.
-, Robert, 1643, to be summoned to appear in the Assembly, 23 Oct.
-, Mr. 1644, a Committee to consider of the State and Quantity of Oats in his Hands, 4 May.

Crowland,
-, 1643, the Committee for the Navy to surnish the Town with Powder, 19 May.
-, 1644, Ordinance for erecting Fords and Boats, and raising Forces, to annoy the Garison, read twice, and committed, 31 Oct. - To be reported, 4 Nov. Reported, and passed, 6.

Crown Office.
-, Vide Corbett, Miles.

Croydon,
-, 1643, Order touching sending a Regiment for securing the Town and Passages thereabouts, 20 Dec.

Cruysse,
-, Mary Vander, 1643, to have Warrant to pass with her Daughters, &c. to Rotterdam, 15 Aug.

Cullen,
-, Lady, 1643, Order for disposing of her Goods, 11 Sept.
-, William. Vide Day, Thomas.

Culling,
-, Thomas, and John Heather, 1643, Petition referred to the Committee for the Navy, 8 May.

Culliver,
-, John, 1643, to be sent for, as a Delinquent, 19 July.

Culmer,
-, Richard, 1643, Petition referred to the Committee for plundered Ministers, 2 Dec.

Cumberland,
-, 1644, High Sheriff appointed, 26 Oct.

Cunningsby,
-, Thomas, 1644, Report concerning him; Order for admitting him to a Fine and Composition; the Committee to compound with him, 23 Oct.

Cunningham,
-, Sir David, 1643, Order for restoring his Houses - To have Warrant to go with his Wife, &c. into Scotland, 7 June.
-, Thomas, 1643, a Committee to consider of Means for paying Monies due to him, 7 Mar.
-, Colonel, 1644, Paper concerning an Alteration of Officers in Regiment, referred to Lord General, 1 Apr. - Order for 50 £ to him, 10 June - Agreed to by Lords, 10 July - Order for paying Part of his Arreats to his Widow, 7 Aug.

Curates.
-, Vide Vicars.

Currans,
-, 1643. Vide Supply. - Liberty given to land and sell them, paying the Customs, 2 Aug. - The Committee for the Navy to consult with the Turkey Merchants about importing them, 17 - Conference desired by Lords concerning an Ordinance about them, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, 28 Sept. - Reported; Order for landing 45 Barrels, upon paying the Customs, 5 Oct. - Order to be prepared for landing Morea Currans, and confirming the Restraint of importing them from Zant and Cephalonia, 21 - Account of Currans imported, ordered, 1 Nov. - Petitions for and against landing Zant and Cephalonia Currans, read, and referred to a Committee; Question for referring the Ordinance prohibiting the Importation of them, Neg. 3 Jan. - Report; previous Question that the Rates be 10 s. a Hundred, Neg. Resolution for setting 6 s. on them; the Committee to treat with Merchants desirous to import them, 8 - Order for disposing of the Overplus, besides the Excise and Customs, 13. - Ordinance for landing them, and disposing of the Proceed of the Customs, 16. Agreed to by Lords, with Amendments; Amendments agreed to, 17 - The Committee at Haberdashers Hall to report what Monies are due from Importers since the Ordinance for prohibiting the landing them, 20. Report referred to the Committee for Reformadoes; Lords to be desired to amend a Mistake in the Penalty - Ordinance enabling the Levant Company to trade for them into the Grand Signior's Dominious, read, and agreed to, 29. - Lords Concurrence signified, with an Amendment; Amendment agreed to, 1 Feb. - A Committee to consider of the Quantities landed, and by whom, 7 - Member to prepare Ordinance for selling Currans forfeited for Non-payment of Customs, 14. Ordinance read twice, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 27. Signified, 29 - Ordinance from Lords, enabling the Levant Company to import Zant and Cephalonia Currans, agreed to, 19 Mar.
-, 1644, Declaration that all Currans imported since the first Ordinance for prohibiting them, are within the Intention of the Ordinance for 6 s. a Hundred, 19 Apr. - A Committee to state the Matter of Fact of the whole Business concerning them, 4 June - Order for Sale of Currans seized and forfeited, 1 July - House to consider the Business concerning importing them, 21 Nov.

Cursitors,
-, 1643, One to have Warrant to go to Oxon - Writs stayed by a Committee, to be delivered to him - Cursitors to keep the Profits of sealing original Writs, 27 April.

Curteene,
-, Mr. 1643, Lord Admiral to be desired to stay his Ship in the Downs, 21 June - Order for buying his Salspetre; none to be transported, 23 Dec. - Order for staying his Ships till he pays Money due for Customs, 3 Jan. - Articles of Agreement between the Committee for Safety and him; the Committee to prepare Ordinance to that Purpose, 12. Ordinance read, 20. Read Second time, and agreed to; Clause to be left out, 30.
-, 1644, Order for staying his Saltpetre, and buying it for the State, 22 July.

Curwen,
-, Sir Patricius, 1642, Information that he is very active in the Commission of Array: voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament, 15 Mar.
-, 1643, Order for sequestering his Estate, 28 Sept.

Customers,
-, 1642, Ordinance for reimbursing them Monies advanced, and to be advanced; for continuing them, and authorising them to place and displace their Deputies, 15 Mar.
-, 1643, another Ordinance for reimbursing them, agreed to by Lords, 25 Mar. - The Commissioners to attend the Committee for the Navy touching a Proposition for advancing Money for the Navy; the Committee to consider what Power is granted them by former Ordinances, 21 Apr. - Commissioners and Collectors to attend, 2, 4, & 5 May - Proposition to them for advancing 45,000 £ for the Navy, 5 - Their Proposal; Speaker's Answer, 6. Their Answer thereto in Writing, read, and referred to the Committee for the Navy - The Advancing of Credit to them upon the old Commissioners Debts, referred to the Committee for their Accounts, 10 - Order for distraining for several of them; the Committee for the Navy to prepare Ordinance for Recovery of others, 20 - Ordinance to prevent Abuses in Stealing of Customs, read, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 29. Signified, 30 - Customers to suffer no Person to pass the Seas without the Leave of the House; to suffer no Goods to be transported except Merchandize; to send the Orders to the Out-ports, 4 Aug. - Customers to search Trunks, &c. and stay prohibited Goods, 7. Orders explained, 16 - Commissioners to attend concerning forbearing their Salaries, and the Repayment of a Loan; Proposition to be put in Writing, 17. Members to treat with them about the Conditions of Forbearance; their Answer, 22. - Propositions made to them; their Answer; previous and main Questions for continuing them severally, Affirm. Ordinance for that Purpose read; Speaker's Speech to them; their Answers; Order touching Money deposited in their Hands by the East India Company, 24 - Further Propositions; their Answer; Order for paying the East India Company's Money; the Propositions to be delivered to them in Writing, 26. Their Answer, 28. Further Propositions; their Answer, 28 & 29 - A Committee to treat with them about advancing Monies upon the Credit of the Customs, 29. - Report - Another Committee to treat with them thereupon, 16 Sept. - Their Proposition for raising 30,000 £ reported; Ordinance for their Security read, and agreed to; Order for immediate Payment of 10,000 £ - The Committee for the Navy to require the old Customers to pay their Debts, and receive their Answer, 18. Customers to attend them, 18 Sept. - 18 Nov. - Order for 40 £ to their Auditors; Customers to attend the House, 29 Sept. - Ordinance for continuing the present Commissioners, and the former Ordinance for Payment of Duties, read twice, and committed; Continuance thereof, 14 Mar. - Ordinance reported, read, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 20.
-, 1644, Commissioners to be desired to advance 2,300 £ for Payment of the reformadoes, 18 Apr. - Order for distraining for Debts due for Customs, 20 May - Ordinance for reimbursing the Commissioners divers Sums advanced by them, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 28 - Signified, with Amendments; Amendments agreed to, 5 June - Their Answer to Propositions for raising 50,000 £ reported; the Committee to state to the House the Way propounded for better regulating the Collectors of the Customs, and for the Advance of Money for the Navy, 11 Sept. - Commissioners Propositions reported - Another Committee to treat with them about managing the Customs to the best Advantage, and to put their Conceptions in Writing, 2 Oct. Report; Orders thereupon, 19. Suspended, 21 - Order for their paying all Monies, received since 21st September last, to the Treasurer of the Navy, and for Payment of future Receipts, 15 - A Committee to examine the Miscarriages of the Commissioners, 19 - Letter from their Secretary read; Loan of 8,000 £ accepted; a Committee to hear the Commissioners, 21 - Report; the Committee to consider of proper Security to them, and what Advantage may arise if the House resume the Customs; to consider whether, by ascertaining the growing Charge of the Navy, the Commissioners may not be dealt with for a certain Payment within the Year - Another Committee to prepare Ordinance for continuing the Customs; Commissioners, upon the Credit thereof, to be treated with for a Loan of 10,000 £ 9 Nov. - Ordinance to be presented, 21 Dec.

Cuthbert,
-, Robert. Vide Dammond.

Cutler,
-, Mr. 1643, to be summoned to attend, 29 June - To be sent for in safe Custody, 25 Nov.

Cutts,
-, Sir John, 1643. to have Warrant to pass beyond Sea, 24 Apr.

Cyder,
-, 1643. Vide Supply.

Cyphers,
-, 1643. Vide Supply.



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