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'Index - G', Journal of the House of Commons: volume 3: 1643-1644 (1802), pp. 32-35. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=1677 Date accessed: 29 August 2014.


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Gage,
-, Thomas, 1644, Petition referred to the Committee for Plymouth, 24 Sept.

Gainsborough,
-, 1643, Letter concerning the taking it; Order for sending Money and Forces, 24 July - Another Letter relating the State of the County and Town; Order for Forces to repair thither, 31 - Another concerning the storming and taking the Town, 23 Dec.

Gallant,
-, John, &c. 1644, Petition referred to the Committee for the Navy, 7 Sept.

Gallop,
-, Mr. 1643, to be summoned to attend the Service of the House, 1 & 12 Apr. To be admitted, upon Report from the Committee for absent Members, 19.

Galloway.
-, Vide Ireland.

Galloway,
-, Sir James, 1643, to have Warrant to pass to Oxon, 7 Apr.

Gammon,
-, Hanniball, 1643, to be summoned to appear in the Assembly, 23 Oct.

Gamull,
-, Francis, 1643, voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament, 22 Jan.
-, Mr. 1644, his Legacy for erecting a Free School, referred to the Committee for Examinations, 6 Apr. - Ordinance concerning the Disposal of his Estate read, 16 May. Read Second time, and passed, 24 - Agreed to by Lords, 10 June.

Gardiner,
-, Tristram, 1642, Petition; King to be moved for the Restitution of his Clothes and Horses, 20 Mar.
-, Samuel, 1643, Order touching Security for his Loan, 21 Apr. Ordinance for that Purpose, 27. Sent to Lords, 28.
-, Sir Thomas, 1643, Order for Sale of his sequestered Goods, 20 June.
-, 1644, not to be exchanged without Leave of the House, and Sir Thomas Middleton's Consent, 10 Oct.

Garisons
-, and Forts, 1643, a Committee to consider the State thereof, 12 Oct.
-, 1644, No Governor or Officer to come up to Parliament without Leave, 10 Oct. - Order for providing 3,000 £ for them; the Committee for the Navy to take care thereof, 18 Nov.

Garner,
-, Thomas. Vide Drake.

Garnish,
-, Mr. 1643, to be removed to Winchester House, 12 Sept.

Garroway,
-, Sir Henry, 1643, to be discharged from being Governor of any Company in London; the Companies to pay Arrears due to him to the Treasurers at Guidhall, 10 Apr. To pay them to Sir Gilbert Gerard, 14.
-, 1644, to be discharged from the Governorship of the Russia Company, and committed to Dover Castle, 1 June.
-, Mr. 1643, committed to Lord Petre's House, 20 June.

Gatehouse,
-, 1643, Keeper appointed, 12 Aug. - The Committee for the Prison to consider of a fit Man to be Keeper, and inquire into Misdemeanors; 20 Dec.

Gates,
-, Mr. 1643, Order for sequestering his Estate in Middlesex, 7 Oct.

Gatford,
-, Mr. 1643, his Sermon referred to the Committee for Cambridge, 3 July.

Gatonby,
-, Michael, 1644, Petition referred to the Committee for the Navy, 6 July.

Gattaker,
-, Mr. 1643, desired to preach, 25 Sept. Excused upon account of Age, 28.

Gay,
-, Joshua de, 1644, Report upon his Petition claiming Property in a French Prize - Order for delivering it up to the Spanish Ambassador, and for landing and selling the Goods, 1 June.

Geering,
-, Mr. 1643, committed to Lord Petre's House; Order for his paying the Soldiers that brought him up, 2 May.

Gelderland
-, and Juliers, Duke of, 1643, Message to him concerning his harbouring ill-affected Persons, and the frequent Resort of Papists to Mass at his House, 12 June - to have Warrant to go to Oxon, 18 Dec.
-, 1644, his Servant to have Warrant to go thither, 15 Apr. - 18 Oct.

Gell,
-, Sir John, 1643, Conference desired by Lords concerning a Letter from him, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported, 25 Apr.
-, 1644, his Letter concerning a Defeat over Colonel Goring's Forces; a Committee to prepare Letter of Thanks to him, and the other Commanders, 25 Apr.

General,
-, Lord. Vide Essex, Earl of.

George,
-, Mr. 1643, no Motion to be made for exchanging him, before the Examination concerning Colonel Cockram are reported, 21 June.

Georges,
-, John, 1643, to be recommended to Lord General for a speedy Exchange, 8 July.

Gerard,
-, Captain, 1643, Lord General to be desired to exchange him for Captain Walton, 23 June.
-, Sir Gilbert, 1644, Petition to be eased of the Treasurership of the Army, to be considered, 17 Apr. - To be sent to for his Answer about advancing 1,000 £ for Provisions for the Army, 1 Nov.

Gery,
-, William, 1643, Petition referred to the Committee for the Excise, 11 July.

Gethen,
-, Maurice, 1643, Petition referred to the Committee for the Navy; another Committee to meet with them, 3 Jan.

Gewen,
-, Thomas, 1644, Business concerning him referred to the Committee for Plymouth, 1 June.

Gibb,
-, Dame Anne, 1644, Petition referred to the Committee for the King's Revenue, 3 June.
-, Sir Henry, 1644, Paper respecting his Condition specially recommended to the Committee of the King's Revenue, 3 July - His Petition referred to the Committee for Northern Affairs, 28 Nov.

Gibbon,
-, Mr. 1643, Petition concerning his going abroad; Warden of the Fleet to keep him within the Prison Walls, 25 Mar.
-, Mr. 1643, thanked, and to print his Sermon, 29 Mar.
-, Mr. 1643, Disposal of Money in his hands referred to the Committee for Irish Affairs, 13 June.

Gibbons,
-, Mr. 1643, taken as he came from Oxford, and ordered into Custody, 8 July.

Gibbs,
-, Sir Henry, 1643, Business concerning him referred to the Committee for Plymouth, 1 June.
-, Mr. 1644, desired to preach, 7 Nov.
-, Lieutenant Colonel, 1643, committed to the Tower, 10 Feb.

Gibson,
-, Major General, 1643, committed to the Tower, 10 Feb.
-, Mr. 1644, desired to preach, 30 Oct. - Thanked, and to print his Sermon, 27 Nov.

Gideon,
-, Francis, 1643, to have Pass to go into and return from France, 26 June.

Gifford,
-, Serjeant Major, 1643, committed to the Tower; Examinations concerning him referred to a Committee, 23 Oct. - The Committee to hasten their Proofs, 15 Dec. - His Petition read; Order for his Trial by a Council of War; Judge and Lord Fairfax to be acquainted with the Time, 1 Jan.
-, 1644, another Petition, with a Certificate annexed, read; Order for sending him to Lord Fairfax, 4 June.
-, Captain, 1643, Order for paying the Arrears of his Loan, 16 Jan. Agreed to by Lords, 20.

Gilbert,
-, Thomas, 1643, Petition referred to the Committee for plundered Ministers, 27 June.

Gilchrist,
-, Thomas, 1643, Petition referred to the Committee for Irish Affairs, 20 Aug. - Ordinance for paying him for Commodities delivered for Relief of Galloway, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 25.

Giles's,
-, St. in the Fields, 1642, Ordinance for sequestering the Living read, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence to be desired. 16 Mar. - Day appointed by Lords for hearing Proofs against the Parson, 17.
-, St. Cripplegate, 1643, Petition of Inhabitants; Churchwardens to provide a Preacher next Fast, 25 Apr.
-, 1644, another Petition; Petitioners to have Leave to bring in an Ordinance for dividing the Parish, and erecting a new Church, 23 Aug.

Gillaspie,
-, Mr. 1643, desired to preach, 28 Feb.
-, 1644, thanked, and to print his Sermon, 27 Mar.

Gilston,
-, 1643, Ordinance for sequestering the Living read, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 6 Apr.

Glanville,
-, William, 1643, voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament, 22 Jan.
-, Serjeant, 1644, Serjeant to bring him to the House in safe Custody; brought, and committed to the Tower; a Committee to prepare Impeachment against him, 20 June. Vide Health, Sir Robert. - His Petition, with Lords Order, concerning securing his Estate from Sequestration, read; all Committees to proceed against it notwithstanding this Order, 12 Aug. - Order for admitting him to a Fine and Composition, and for disposing of the Money, 10 Dec.

Glencors,
-, Robert, 1643, Petition and Certificate referred to One Member, 5 July.

Gloucester
-, City, 1643, Letters relating the State thereof; and desiring Men, Monies, &c. read, 1 Aug. - Members to write a Letter to the Governor, &c. to encourage them to hold out, 10 - Ordinance concerning sending Forces for Relief of the Town read, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence signified; Ordinance to be communicated to the City, 23 - Letter concerning the Losses the King's Forces received there, read, 24. - Letters concerning the Condition, of the City read; Order for paying the Arrears of the Garison, and for a Month's Pay, as a Reward for their Service - For 20 £ to the Messenger - A Committee to prepare Letter of Thanks to the Mayor - Order for a Thanksgiving. Vide Thanksgiving. Conference desired with Lords upon these Votes agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, 15 Sept. Letter to Mayor read; agreed to, and to be signed by Speaker, 18 - Governor's Letter; Propositions for Subsisting and Maintenance of the Town, read; Officers have Liberty to raise 1,000 Volunteers by Beat of Drum; several Officers thanked; Propositions referred to a Committee, 10 - Order for 200 £ for raising Men, 11 Oct. Report; Resolution for borrowing 2,000 £ for the Use of the Garison; Lords Concurrence to be desired - Resolutions of the Committee for sending 100 Barrels of Powder, with Match proportionable - for providing 600 Musquets, Swords, &c. - 100 Case of Pistols, and as many Carabines - for providing Waggons, and desiring Lord General's Warrant to press Horses - for desiring a Commission of martial Law; severally agreed to, 16 Oct. - Order for delivering 100 Barrels of Powder, to be conveyed thither Custom-free, 21 - for sending another Hundred of Carabines and Five Chests of Musquets, 30 - Governor's Letter concerning the State of the City; the Committee for Gloucester to prepare Answer, 3 Nov. - Order for sending Arms and Ordnance found at Kingston, 8 - touching the Payment of Money to the Governor, 13 - for Payment of Money to him, and One of the Committees, 30. Petition of Inhabitants, propounding a Way to raise Monies for the Service of the City, read; the Committee to prepare Ordinance for that Purpose; Committee impowered to send for Persons to discover Delinquents Estates - Order for advancing 200 £ towards raising a Troop, 1 Jan. - Excise-money in the City to be employed for paying the Garison - the Committee to consider how 5,000 £ may be speedily raised, 12 - Letter from thence referred to the Committee for Safety; the Committee for Gloucester to attend them, 29 - Governor's Letter read; the Committee for Safety to consider of some Way for receiving and returning Intelligence to him, 1 Feb. - A Committee to prepare Ordinance for applying 600 £ of a Delinquent's Estate for the Garison, 15. Ordinance read, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 16.
-, 1664, Ordinance for Supply of the Garison read, 8 Apr. Reported, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 13. Agreed to by them, with Amendments; Amendments committed, 18 - Reasons for disagreeing thereto reported, and to be presented at a Conference; Managers appointed, 3 May. Reasons entered, 4. Conference desired; agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held; Ordinance returned, with an Amendment; Amendment agreed to, 10 - Governor's Letter; Petition of Citizens, &c. and a Remonstrance read; Speaker's Answer to Persons who presented them - Petition of the Garison, presenting the State thereof, and of the County, communicated by Lords, 22 Apr. - Governor's Letter read, relating his taking Three Garisons, with a List of Officers, &c. taken - Ordinance for providing Coats, Shoes, &c. read twice, and agreed to; Lord's Concurrence signified, 13 May. - Order for 3,000 £ to the Garison, 22 June - Order for a yearly Stipend to Preachers in the Cathedral and St. Michael's Church out of the Rents belonging to the Dean and Chapter, 3 Aug. - Governor's and Committees Letters concerning the Victory over General Minne's Forces; Order for 20 £ to the Messenger - Instructions for the Committee read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 7. House put them in mind thereof, 14.
-, County, 1643, High Sherifs appointed, 30 Dec.
-, 1644, Petition of Clothiers referred to a Committee, 25 June. Report; their Cloths to be re-delivered, 29 - Order for providing 3,000 £ for the Forces in the County, 24 Aug. - Ordinance for a Weekly Assessement read; Order for Second Reading, 24 Sept. Read, and passed, 28. Sent to Lords, 30.
-, Bishop of, 1643, Order for paying Monies due to him to the Treasurer for Sequestrations, 25 July.

Godfrey,
-, Lambert, 1643, Letter recommending him to be a Solicitor in the Business of Sequestrations, referred to that Committee, 26 Jan.
-, Thomas, 1644, Petition referred to the Sub-committee in Southwark, 17 Apr.

Godolphin,
-, Francis, 1643, voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament, 22 Jan.

Godshall,
-, Mr. 1643, Resolution for trying him upon the Evidence against him, 14 July.

Godwyn,
-, Ralph, 1643, voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament, 5 Feb.

Goffe,
-, Anne, 1643, Petition referred to the Committee for the Navy, 9 Oct.

Gold,
-, 1643, Information concerning One that undertakes to bring in 10,000 £ upon such as have transported Gold, referred to the Committee for Monies, 27 Mar. - A Committee to examine the Transportation thereof; Instruction to examine concerning Tickets read in several Churches, 7 Aug.

Golston,
-, 1643, Order for seizing Money and Letters imported there, and for apprebending dangerous Persons, 5 Oct.

Good Fortune,
-, a Ship, 1643, Order for taking off the Restraint thereon, 10 Apr.

Good Will,
-, a Ship, 1644, Petition of Master and Owners referred to the Committee of both Kingdoms, 28 Nov.

Goodrick,
-, Sir John, 1643, to be sent to Lord Fairfax, 14 Aug. To be detained in the Tower; Lord General to be acquainted with the Reasons thereof, 21. To be detained till Lord General be further heard, 29 - His Answer reported, 16 Oct. Lieutenant of the Tower to deliver him to the Captain of a Ship going to Hull, 18.

Goods
-, prohibited, 1643, Ordinance from Lords concerning those taken by Reprisal, 7 Feb. - The Committee for the Navy to present Names of Commissioners to be appointed in the Ordinance for Sale of Goods by Reprisal, and a Clause to warrant Commissioners of the Great Seal to pass the Commissions, 10. Ordinance reported, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 24. Signified, with the Addition of One Name; Name agreed to, 27.
-, 1644, Ordinance for rating the Fines of Seizures of prohibited Goods read; Order for Second Reading, 30 Sept.

Goodwyn,
-, Mr. 1643, to be thanked by both Houses, 26 Jan. - To bring in an Ordinance for 900 £ he informed the House of, 10 May.
-, Philip, 1644, Ordinance for settling him in the Vicarage of Watford read; Order for Second Reading, 5 Aug.

Goodwyn Sands,
-, 1643, Petition concerning the Payment of a Duty for Lights there, read, 25 Dec.

Goodyere,
-, Robert, 1642, Order for sending his Horse to Lord General, 22 Mar.
-, Henry, 1643, to have Warrant to pass into France, 18 Apr.

Gore,
-, William, 1644, Order for seizing his Estate, and disposing of the Proceed thereof, 21 Dec.

Gorge,
-, Richard, 1643, to have Warrant to go into France, 29 Apr.
-, Sir Theobald, 1643, to attend the Committee for absent Members Estates, 28 Sept. - Voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament, 22 Jan.

Goringe,
-, Colonel, 1643, Lord General to be desired to direct Lord Fairfax to proceed against him according to martial Law; Lord Fairfax to be desired to keep him in safe Custody, 27 May - Message from Lords, desiring he may be committed to the Tower; Answer thereto, 17 July - Order for keeping him close Prisoner; no Person to have Access to him, 27 - Lord Fairfax impowered to treat about his Exchange, 2 Aug. - Order for his Commitment to the Tower, 10. Persons to have Liberty to speak with him in the Presence of Two Members, 11 - His Mother to have Leave to visit him in Keeper's Presence, 12 - Order for sending him to Lord Fairfax, 14 - Lieutenant of the Tower to deliver him to a Captain going to Hull, 18 Oct. - To be exchanged for Lord Lowthian; Lord Fairfax to be acquainted with the Reasons thereof, 22 Feb.
-, Captain, 1644, committed to the Tower for High Treason, 22 Aug.
-, Lord, 1643, his Letter to the Queen concerning bringing in foreign Forces, read; Resolution for accusing him of High Treason; Accusation sent to Lords; a Committee to prepare Impeachment, 10 Jan. - Duplicate of his Letter sent to Lords, 13 - His Letter to Lord Digby read, and to be kept as a Record, 13 Feb.

Goss,
-, Mr. 1643, Articles against him referred to the Committee for Examinations, 12 May - Report from the Committee for Accounts concerning him; Order for bringing in his Account, 13 July.

Gouge,
-, Dr. 1643, Order for stopping Monies appointed to be paid him for Relief of Ministers in Ireland, 18 Nov.

Gourdon,
-, Sir Robert, 1643, to have Warrant to pass with his Wife, &c. into Scotland, 14 Apr.
-, Mrs. 1643, Order for indemnifying the Officers in the Duchy Court for delivering her Husband's Bond to her - for her paying 150 £ Part of the Duchy Rents, received by him, to the Treasurers at Guildhall, 10 June.
-, Mr. 1644, Order for securing the Repayment of 50 £ to be advanced by him, 18 Apr.

Gower,
-, Stanley, 1643, desired to preach, 1 Nov.
-, 1644, desired to preach, 26 June - Thanked, and to print his Sermon, 31 July.

Graston,
-, Thomas, 1644. Vide Privileges.

Grafton
-, House, 1643, Letter concerning the taking it read, 25 Dec.

Grain,
-, 1643, Ordinance concerning the Transportation thereof recommitted, 25 May.

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

Grantham,
-, Thomas, 1644, Petition to be read, 14 Aug. Read, and referred to a Committee, 16. Report; Order for discharging him of Two Years Rent due for Lands overflowed for Defence of Hull; Letter to the Committee for that Purpose read, and agreed to, 21.

Graveling,
-, 1644, Mr. Strickland's Letter concerning it to be presented, 12 July. Presented; the Committee of both Kingdoms to send an Answer; Member to inform them of Proceedings touching that Business, 24.

Gray,
-, Lord of Wark, 1643, Order for sending him Powder and Ammunition out of the public Stores of Essex, 8 Apr. - for his Forces to march to Lord General's Assistance; - A Committee to command Waggons, &c. for their Use; Lords to be moved to join herein, 18 - Order for sending Ordnance, &c. 21 - for sending Swords, 26 - Conference desired by Lords concerning Directions for his going into Scotland, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; his Attendance upon his Command dispensed with during his Employment in Scotland, 6 July - Message from Lords, acquainting House they had committed him to the Tower, and desiring them to join in moving Lord General to recall his Commission. 18. Conference desired by Lords thereupon, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; Business to be considered, 20.
-, Lord Thomas, 1643, his Letter from Leicester concerning drawing the Forces of the associated Counties into a Body, and commanding strict Garisons to be kept, referred to the Committee for Safety, 1 May - Another Letter desiring a Supply of Horse Arms referred, 16 Aug. - Thanked for his Services, 28 Sept. - His Forces to assist in collecting Sequestrationmonies in Lancashire and Rutlandshire, 3 Nov. - His Letter concerning a Defeat given his Forces in Leicestershire; the Committee for Safety to furnish him with Arms and Monies, 7 Dec. - Another Letter concerning an Affront received, with his Proceedings thereupon, and the Examination of several Evidences before a Council of War, read; Lord General to be desired to compose the Difference, 20 Jan. - Message and Letter to be sent to him concerning the Marching of the Convoy for the Garison of Gloucester - Order for the Commander to march forthwith, 7 Feb.
-, 1644, Order touching paying him 500 £ 14 May - The Committee for assessing Members to receive it out of the First Monies that come in by their Report - His Information of Delinquents Estates discovered by him, referred to the Committee for Examinations, 25 - Order for sending him Arms and Ammunition, 22 June - His Letter concerning the Defeat of Colonel Hastings, read, and referred to a Committee, 5 July - His Informations concerning Passages between him and the Committee for the Militia of Leicestershire, read, and referred to a Committee, 16 Aug. - Order for a Week's Pay to his Regiment, 4 Sept. - for paying their Arrears out of Monies discovered by him, 17 Oct.
-, Sir Robert de, 1643. Vide Privileges. - His Letter published at the Head of his Company, expressing Disaffection to the Parliament, read; to be sent for, as a Delinquent, and his Estate sequestered, 6 July - A Committee to consider what Proportion of his Estate is to be allowed him, 22 Mar.
-, Dame Elizabeth, 1643, Petition read, and referred to the Committee for Safety, 6 Sept.
-, 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 a Delinquent's Collieries, 15. Order amended, 19 - The Committee for the Navy to contract with him for better carrying on the Business of the Collieries of Sunderland, and transmit the Contract to the Committee there, 15.
-, Captain, 1644, his Letter concerning Differences between the Committee for Leicester and the Soldiers, read, and referred to the Committee of both Kingdoms, 25 May - Order for paying his Widow Part of his Arrears, 30 Sept. - Petition of his Brethren sent from Lords, with special Recommendation, 15 Nov.
-, Elizabeth, 1644, Order for restoring her to her Collieries and Coals upon the Staiths, &c. 26 Nov.
-, John, 1643, Petition referred to the Committee for the Navy, 10 June.
-, Mr. 1643, to attend, 18 Sept.
-, Lady, 1643, not to be admitted into St. James's, 30 Oct.
-, Robert, 1644, Petition of next of Kin read, and referred to a Committee, 13 May.

Gray's
-, Inn Lane, 1643, Money discovered in an Alehouse to remain there, 5 Mar.

Great
-, Seal, 1643, Matter thereof to be considered by the House; Reporter appointed, 10 May. Resolutions that it ought to attend the Parliament - that many Mischiess have accrued by the Absence of it - that it is the Duty of both Houses to provide a Remedy for them - Debate to be resumed, 11. Conference desired with Lords concerning it, agreed to; - A Committee to consider of Obstructions by the Absence thereof, 19 - Report, 3 June. Vide Norton. - Message to Lords, desiring them to concur in making a Great Seal, 13, & 14 - A Committee to prepare Heads for a Conference concerning it - Conference desired by Lords concerning it agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; Report referred to a Committee; the Committee to prepare Reasons in Answer thereto, 14 - A Committee to consider of Reasons for another Conference, 26. Reasons reported; Managers appointed, 27 - Lords desired to speed their Answer, 3 & 4 July. Answer to be considered, 4. Reason for making One; a Committee to give Order for it, and fee it done, 5. - Person to be brought to House to receive Directions for graving it, 11. To be enjoined to take it in hand, and to have 100 £ for his Pains, 19 - Order touching the Times of Payment, 2 Sept. - for sealing up the Great Seal, and delivering it to Speaker, 28 - A Committee to consider of the Use of it, and the Votes of both Houses concerning it, 9 Oct. Report; Conference desired thereupon; Managers appointed; Conference agreed to, and held, 10. Lords Concurrence to the making a Great Seal signified; the Committee for it to meet during Adjournment, 12. Report; Resolution for invalidating the Seal, and all Acts done under it since it was taken from the Parliament - for putting the new Seal into the Custody of Commissioners of both Houses; a Committee to prepare Ordinance for that Purpose, 17. Ordinance read, and recommitted; Conference desired, and agreed to, 19. Managers appointed; Conference held, 20 - A Committee to consider of some Restrictions to the Votes for invalidating the Seal at Oxon, 21. To withdraw, 27 - Ordinance for invalidating it, and for authorising the new One, read, agreed to, and to be delivered to Lords at a Conference; Managers appointed, 30 - Ordinance returned from Lords, with an Amendment; Amendment agreed to, 28 Nov. - Message to Lords, desiring them to expedite their Answer; Answer thereto, 7 Nov. Ordinance returned, with Amendments; Amendments agreed to; Commissioners appointed; Seal-bearer recommended to them; Speaker to bring in the Seal, 10. - A Committee to consider of Grounds for a Conference concerning putting it in Execution; the Manner of delivering it to the Commissioners; the Way for them to be sworn, and a proper Oath to be taken by them, 11. Order for the Commissioners to meet them, 15. Their Report touching the Manner of delivering, and keeping it; Form of the Oath; Conference to be desired thereupon, 18. Desired; agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held; Earl of Rutland excused from being a Commissioner; Earl of Kent appointed in his room, 28. - Message from Lords, acquainting the House they are ready to receive the Seals, 30 - Lords desire the Concurrence of House to an Order concerning disposing of Places not in the Gift of Lord Keeper or Master of the Rolls, 2 Dec. The Commissioners to present Names of proper Persons for those Offices, 9. Order from Lords touching the Disposal of them agreed to, 11. - Message from Lords, that they are ready to administer the Oath concerning the Triennial Parliament, 4. Members, Commissioners, sent up; Lords desire that the Commissioners and Master of the Rolls may, in the Presence of both Houses, take the Oath of Allegiance and Supremacy, as well as the Oath concerning the Triennial Parliament; Speaker and House go up, 16 - Order for Commissioners to pass Grants for Places in the Disposal of the Committee for the Revenue, sent to Lords, 6 Jan. - Ordinance from Lords concerning the Officers in Chancery to attend the Seal, 10 - Commissioners of the House to consider of some Method for making the new Seal effectual, 3 Feb. - Order for Four Messengers to attend the Seal, agreed to; Lords Concurrence signified, 4 Mar.
-, 1644, Ordinance appointing Messengers to attend the Great Seal read, and agreed to, 2 May - for a Serjeant to attend it, 15. Agreed to by Lords, 18.

Greatham
-, Hospital. Vide Rand.

Green,
-, Lawrence, 1643, Petition concerning a Debt due from a French Ambassador at Constantinople; Mr. Morgan to have Warrant to go to the King, to solicit his Letter to the Queen Regent for Payment thereof, 5 Aug.
-, Lieutenant, 1643, to be removed from London House to Norfolk Gaol, 26 May.
-, Mr. 1643, Information concerning his Endeavours to bring Wool out of the King's Quarters, referred to the Committee at Haberdashers Hall, 13 Mar.
-, Giles, 1644, Order for Recompence to him for Damages sustained by the Plunder of Parliament Soldiers, 24 June.
-, Mr. 1644, desired to preach, 27 Mar. - Thanked, and to print his Sermon, 24 Apr.

Greenhills,
-, Mr. 1643, desired to preach, 1 Apr. - Thanked, and to print his Sermon, 26.

Greenland,
-, a Carrier, 1643, Order touching disposing of Goods seized from him, 20 May.

Greenland
-, Company, 1643, Difference between them and Persons at Yarmouth referred to the Committee for the Navy, 10 May.
-, House, 1644, the Committee of both Kingdoms to consider of preventing Mischiefs from the Garison there, 29 May - Order for paying 120 £ to the Committee for the House - City to be desired to send a Regiment to join the Forces against it - Order touching the Manner of paying them - for furnishing them with Cannon, 5 June - for sending down Powder, 8 - for sending Three Sacres and Four Drakes, 14 - for Payment of the Forces, 5 July.

Greenville,
-, Sir Richard, 1643, to be sent up with a strong Convoy, 31 Aug. - Cleared of any thing that might seem to lie upon him by this Restraint - His Horses to be restored - To be thanked for his Services, 30 Sept. - His Petition to be considered, 30 Nov. - 23 Dec. - A Committee to consider of providing a Regiment of Horse for him, 18 & 23 Dec. - Order for raising 500 £ 23 - Deputy Lieutenants and Committees of the West to make up their Proportion, 1 Mar. - A Committee to prepare Ordinance for paying his and Lord Lisle's Arrears, 20 Dec. - Ordinance read, 8 Jan. Committed, 29 - Ordinance for public Faith to him revoked, 15 Mar.
-, 1644, His Letter to Lord Lisle to send him his Footman, read, 6 July.
-, Captain, 1644, Business concerning his Exchange to be resumed, 30 Nov.

Greenway,
-, Mr. Vide Darleyes.
-, James, 1644, Petition referred to the Committee for the Navy - Order for stopping Proceedings upon his Ship and Lading, 26 July - Report; Order for restoring his Ship, 20 Aug.

Greenwich,
-, 1643, Order against Carriages passing over the Ferry, 1 July.

Gregory,
-, John. Vide Norris, Hugh.
-, Mr. and Servant, 1643, to be exchanged for Dr. Turner and Servant - Lord Forth to be desired to give them a Pass, 27 July.
-, Mr. 1643, to be specially recommended to the Committee for plundered Ministers, 11 Aug.

Griffin,
-, Ensign, 1643, the Committee for Prisoners to send him to a safe Place, 29 July.
-, Sir Edward, 1643, voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament, 5 Feb.

Griffith,
-, Mr. 1643, to be sent for, as a Delinquent; the Committee for Examinations to examine who set him upon the Prosecution of Burdett, 18 Dec.
-, Mr. 1644, Message from Lords, desiring a Committee of both Houses may be appointed to examine him concerning some scandalous Speeches and Miscarriages towards the Elector Palatine, 2 & 3 Dec. Committee appointed, 3. - His Petition from Lords to be read, 17.

Griffiths,
-, Joseph, 1643. Vide Privileges.

Grimes,
-, Sir George, 1644, his Composition, with the Reason thereof, reported; Resolutions thereupon; Committee to agree with him according to them, 27 July - His Promise to pay 500 £ within Four Days accepted; Member to prepare Ordinance for discharging his Sequestration, 11 Sept. Ordinance read, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence signified, 28.

Grocers Hall,
-, 1643, Papers, Subscriptions, &c. of the Committee at Merchant Taylors Hall, to be transferred to this Committee, 14 Sept.

Grograms,
-, 1643. Vide Supply.

Gros,
-, Mr. le, 1643, acquaints House he could inform them concerning Sir Nicholas Crisp's Estate, 8 July. Vide Crisp, Sir Nicholas.

Gross,
-, Thomas, 1643, Order for stopping Letters going to him beyond Sea - for his Return within a limited Time, 14 June.
-, Sir Charles, 1643, to attend the Service of the House within Ten Days, upon pain of forfeiting 200 £ 9 May - Order for leavying the Money, 22 June - 16 Sept.

Ground,
-, Arthur, 1643, committed to the Marshalsea, 3 Oct.

Grymes,
-, Lieutenant Colonel, 1644, Order for paying Part of his Arrears, 14 Nov.

Guernsey,
-, 1642, Letters from thence concerning the Governor's keeping the Castle against the Town and Parliament, read; Business referred to the Committee for Examinations; Inhabitants to be thanked, 21 Mar.
-, 1643, Recompence to be made for the Inhabitants Losses out of the Governor's Estate, 5 Sept. - Order for sending Two Ships - Member to consider of pressing Men for the Island, 6 - Ordinance for pressing 500, read, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 9 Oct. - The Committee at Haberdashers Hall to furnish Money for Security thereof, 10 Nov. - Ordinance for their paying the Money, 6 Dec. Agreed to by Lords, 7.
-, 1644, Estimate of Supplies for the Island referred to the Committee at Haberdashers Hall, 16 May. - Letters of Complaint against Mr. Picott, 30. Vide Picott. - Business concerning Guernsey and Jersey to be considered, 10 June - The Committee of both Kingdoms to write to Lord General and Lord Admiral about it, 15 July - Lord Admiral's Letter, and Inhabitants Petition, referred to them, 9 Aug.

Guibon,
-, Francis, 1643, to have Warrant to pass with his Wife, &c. into France, 16 Aug.

Guilford,
-, 1643, Order appointing a Parson in St. Nicholas's Parish, read, and agreed to, 19 June.

Guillum,
-, Captain, and Captain Parry, 1643, Petition read; Member to prepare Ordinance for an Allowance towards their Losses and Arrears, 12 Feb. - Ordinance read twice, and agreed to, 14 Mar.
-, 1644, Sent to Lords, 10 Apr.

Guiney
-, Company, 1644, the Committee for Accounts to set a Value upon their Stock, 19 Aug.

Gumbledon,
-, Mr. 1643, Order for Sale of his sequestered Goods, 29 June.

Gunmakers,
-, 1643, Petition read, 23 June.

Gunpowder,
-, 1644, a Committee to inquire what Quantities may be had in the City, and upon what Terms, 8 Apr. Report to be communicated to the Committee of both Kingdoms, 10 - The Committee for the Navy to consider of the State of Powder and Saltpetre in the Stores, and how they may be furnished from time to time, 18 Sept.
-, Mills, 1644, the Committee of both Kingdoms to be informed of the State thereof, and provide for their Security, 21 Oct.

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

Gurnill,
-, William, 1644, Member to prepare Ordinance for instituting him to the Parsonage of Lavenham, 7 Dec. Form thereof, 16.

Gurnley,
-, 1643, Order for appointing a Parson read, and agreed to, 19 June.

Guyn,
-, Dr. 1643, Order for sequestering his Estate - Person to attend the Committee for Sequestrations to give Information thereof, 1 Nov.



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