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'Index: K-Z', Journal of the House of Commons: volume 8: 1660-1667 (1802), pp. 18-44. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=26868 Date accessed: 24 July 2014.


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12° Car. II. Parl. 1. A. 1660. 13° & 14° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 1. A. 1661, & 1662. 15° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 2. A. 1662, & 1663. 16° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 3. A. 1663, & 1664. 16° & 17° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 4. A. 1664. 17° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 5. A. 1665. 18° & 19° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 6. A. 1666. 12° Car. II. Parl. 1. A. 1660. 13° & 14° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 1. A. 1661, & 1662. 15° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 2. A. 1662, & 1663. 16° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 3. A. 1663, & 1664. 16° & 17° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 4. A. 1664. 18° & 19° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 6. A. 1666. 12° Car. II. Parl. 1. A. 1660. 13° & 14° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 1. A. 1661 & 1662. 15° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 2. A. 1662 & 1663. 16° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 3. A. 1663 & 1664. 16° & 17° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 4. A. 1664. 17° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 5. A. 1665. 18° & 19° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 6. A. 1666. 12° Car. II. Parl. 1. A. 1660. 13° & 14° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 1. A. 1661 & 1662. 15° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 2. A. 1662 & 1663. 16° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 3. A. 1663 & 1664. 16° & 17° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 4. A. 1664. 17° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 5. A. 1665. 18° & 19° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 6. A. 1666. 12° Car. II. Parl. 1. A. 1660. 13° & 14° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 1. A. 1661 & 1662. 15° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 2. A. 1662 & 1663. 16° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 3. A. 1663 & 1664. 16° & 17° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 4. A. 1664. 17° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 5. A. 1665. 18° & 19° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 6. A. 1666. 12° Car. II. Parl. 1. A. 1. 1660. 13° & 14° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 1. A. 1661 & 1662. 15° Car. II. Parl. 2, Sess. 2. A. 1662 & 1663. 16° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 3. A. 1663 & 1664. 16° Car. II. Parl. 2. A. 1664. 16° & 17° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 4. A. 1664. 17° Car. II. Parl. 2. A. 1665. 17° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 5. A. 1665. 18° Car. II. Parl. 2. A. 1665 & 1666. 18° & 19° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 6. A. 1666. 19° Car. II. Parl. 2. A. 1667. 12° Car. II. Parl. 1. A. 1660. 13° & 14° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 1. A. 1661 & 1662. 15° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 2. A. 1662 & 1663. 16° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 3. A. 1663 & 1664. 16° & 17° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 4. A. 1664. 17° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 5. A. 1665. 18° Car. II. Parl. 2. A. 1666. 18° & 19° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 6. A. 1666. 12° Car. II. Parl. 1. A. 1660. 13° & 14° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 1. A. 1661 & 1662. 15° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 2. A. 1662 & 1663. 16° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 3. A. 1663 & 1664. 16° & 17° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 4. A. 1664. 17° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 5. A. 1665. 18° & 19° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 6. A. 1666. 12° Car. II. Parl. 1. A. 1660. 13° & 14° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 1. A. 1661 & 1662. 15° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 2. A. 1662 & 1663. 16° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 3. A. 1663 & 1664. 16° & 17° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 4. A. 1664. 17° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 5. A. 1665. 18° & 19° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 6. A. 1666. 12° Car. II. Parl. 1. A. 1660. 13° & 14° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 1. A. 1661 & 1662. 15° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 2. A. 1662 & 1663. 16° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 3. A. 1663 & 1664. 16° & 17° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 4. A. 1664. 17° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 5. A. 1665. 18° & 19° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 6. A. 1666. 12° Car. II. Parl. 1. A. 1660. 13° & 14° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 1. A. 1661 & 1662. 15° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 2. A. 1662 & 1663. 16° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 3. A. 1663 & 1664. 16° & 17° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 4. A. 1664. 18° & 19° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 6. A. 1666. 12° Car. II. Parl. 1. A. 1660. 13° & 14° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 1. A. 1661 & 1662. 15° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 2. A. 1662 & 1663. 16° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 3. A. 1663 & 1664. 16° & 17° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 4. A. 1664. 17° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 5. A. 1665. 18° Car. II. Parl. 2. A. 1665 & 1666. 18° & 19° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 6. A. 1666. 12° Car. II. Parl. 1. A. 1660. 13° & 14° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 1. A. 1661 & 1662. 15° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 2. A. 1662 & 1663. 16° & 17° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 4. A. 1664. 17° Car. II. Parl 2. Sess. 5. A. 1665. 12° Car. II. Parl. 1. A. 1660.

12° Car. II. Parl. 1. A. 1660.

KEEBLE, Serjeant, Question for excepting him out of the Bill of Pardon, not put, 12 June. Excepted. Left out of the Exception, and incapacitated, 13 Aug.

Kissin, Mr. Complaint against him, referred to a Committee, 16 May. Reported.

Kildare, Earl of, to give Security for safe-keeping of Mr. Heveningham's Goods, 22 May. Order discharged, 13 Sept.

King, his Letter and Declaration to the Army, sent to General Monck, delivered in, and read, 1 May. Another Letter to the House, with a like Declaration inclosed, presented, and read, and Committee to prepare an Answer thereto, eod. die. Vide House. Order for presenting him with 50,000£. and Committee to treat with the City about borrowing it, eod. die. His Letters and Declaration to be entered in the Journal, and printed, eod. die. Letter to General Monck to be communicated to the Army, and afterwards returned to the House, eod. die. His Letter to the Lords, with a like Declaration, communicated at a Conference, and Resolution thereon, eod. die. His Letter and Declaration to the City of London read, and Leave given to answer it, 2 May. Committee to consider of the Letter and Declaration sent to the House, and to prepare Bills accordingly. Proceedings to go in his Name, where the Great Seal necessary. Vide Seal. His Letter and Declaration to the Fleet read, and Leave given to return Answer thereto. Orders for publick Thanks to be given for his Letters and Declaration, and for praying for, and proclaiming, him, eod. die. Form of the Prayer for him, and of the Order for publick Thanks, reported, and Lords desired to concur therein, eod. die. Agreed to by them, 9 May. Committee of both Houses to consider of the Time and Manner of proclaiming him. Proclamation reported, and agreed to, with an Amendment, and Amendment agreed to by the Lords. To be signed by the Speakers of both Houses, and a Copy of it to be sent to the Lord Mayor of London, eod. die. To be printed, and sent into the Country, and to Ireland, eod. die. Report touching the Ceremonies to be used in proclaiming him, eod. die. Resolution concerning his speedy Return, and Committee to consider of Preparations for his Reception, eod. die. Resolution sent to the Lords, and agreed to by them, 9 May. Orders touching the Repayment of the Money advanced in Part of the 50,000£. voted for him, 10 & 17 May, & 8 June. Thanks given to the Members advancing it, 10 May. Report touching several Particulars necessary for his Reception, and Council of State ordered to furnish them, eod. die. Order against committing Waste upon his Lands, brought from the Lords, and referred to the Committee for the Revenue. Agreed to, with Amendments, and Amendments agreed to by the Lords. Another Order to the same Purpose, 16 June. Committee of both Houses to confer about the Manner of his Reception, 14 & 23 May. Farther Report touching the Preparations for that Purpose, and Orders made thereon, agreed to by the Lords. Order for charging the Revenue with 30,000£. for Repair of the King's Houses, and providing Requisites for his Reception, eod. die. Agreed to by the Lords, with Alterations, and an Ordinance, to the same Effect, to be prepared, and Council of State to give Orders for raising the Money, eod. die. Order for charging 20,000£. of it upon the Three Months Assessment, and City of London desired to advance it, 16 May. A Teacher, charged with reviling the King, to be secured, and Committee to receive Informations of all Matters reflecting upon his Safety, or Honour. Several Informations delivered in, and referred to the Committee. Estimate of several other Necessaries for his Reception, reported, and Council of State to provide them. Order for borrowing 2,000£. for his present Service, and several Members sent into the City, to procure it. Report touching a Difficulty in obtaining it, and Members themselves offer to lend it. Order touching the Repayment of it, and Members thanked for advancing it, eod. die. A congratulatory Letter to the King, upon his landing, to be drawn, eod. die. Account given of his near Arrival for England, eod. die. Letter reported, and to be subscribed by the Speaker, and sent, eod. die. King's Letter to the Speaker, from Canterbury, read, 28 May. Meets the House at Whitehall. To be moved for a Day of Thanksgiving for his Restoration. Vide Thanksgiving. His Answer to the Speaker's Speech to him, upon his Arrival, reported, eod. die. Appoints the House to attend him at Whitehall, 8 June & 8 Nov. To be thanked, for the Proclamation against Profaneness, 8 June. Vide Address. His Message, recommending the speedy passing of the Bill of Pardon, and Thanks returned him thereon. To be printed. Report touching several Necessaries furnished for his Reception, and Order for Payment. Order for allowing Interest for the 20,000£, advanced for that Purpose, and charged upon the Assessment, 21 July. Lords Concurrence to the Orders relating thereto, to be desired. Votes carried to the Lords. King's Answer to the Message about passing Money-bills before those for Redress of Grievances, reported 27. His Message concerning the Bill of Pardon, and the Settlement of his Revenue, communicated by the Lords at a Conference, and Thanks returned him thereon. His Letter to the Bishops, concerning the Augmentation of Vicarages, read, and Thanks returned him, and Substance of it to be inserted in the Bill for endowing Vicarages, 7 Aug. His Message, concerning the bad State of the Army and Navy, delivered. Vide Army. Farther Report touching Necessaries furnished for his Reception, and Order thereon. Order for Payment of the Remainder of the 50,000£. voted him, and Interest for the Money advanced. His Declaration touching the Persons concerned in the Death of his Father, communicated by the Lords at a Conference, and Thanks returned him, thereon. His Message concerning a Recess, communicated by the Lords at a Conference. Vide Parliament. Order for charging 5,000£. upon the Excise, for Repair of his Houses, 3 Sept. Resolution touching his Revenue. Vide Revenue. His Message concerning the Duke of York and Gloucester's Regiments, and Resolution thereon. Farther Report touching Necessaries furnished for his Reception, and Order thereon. His Speech at an Adjournment of both Houses. His Message, concerning his Intention to dissolve the Parliament, communicated by the Lords at a Conference, 22 Nov. His Answer to the Message about settling his Revenue. His Letter on behalf of Sir John Lawson, read, and Answer thereto, 18 Dec. His Speech at the Dissolution of the Parliament.
-, - Bill for keeping the Anniversary of his Restoration, ordered, 30 May. Read, 27 June. Committed, 2 Aug. Reported, and to be ingrossed. Passed.
-, - Bill for making his Declaration, concerning ecclesiastical Affairs, effectual, ordered, 6 Nov. Question, and Order about bringing it in. Read, and laid aside.

Kingdom, Order for taking the Settlement of it into Consideration, 27 Apr. Conference, desired by the Lords concerning it, agreed to, and held, and several Votes of the Lords, relating thereto, reported, 1 May. Vote, touching the fundamental Government thereof, agreed to, and Committee to examine, what Acts or Orders had been made inconsistent therewith, eod. die. Orders for the Report, 3 & 23 May.-Vote of the Lords, touching the transacting of the Business thereof by a Committee of both Houses, in the King's Absence, reported from a Conference.

Kirkham, Rectory, Proviso on behalf of Mr. Cliston, in relation to a Lease thereof, tendered to the Bill for College Leases, 29 Aug. Laid aside, and another Proviso added, 4 Sept.

Knott, Lawrence, Examinations concerning him, reported, and Order thereon, 19 May.

13° & 14° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 1. A. 1661, & 1662.

KING, sends for the Commons to the House of Peers, and makes a Speech to both Houses, 8 May, 1661. Conference desired by the Lords upon some of the Matters contained therein, 13. Vide Address. His Message concerning Sir John Morley. Order for considering his Revenue. Vide Revenue. Act, renouncing his Title, to be burnt. His Letter, to quicken the passing the Indemnity Bill, read, and his Leave to print it, desired, 22 June. To appoint Commissioners for London in the Corporation Act, 1 & 2 July. His Intention of coming to pass the Act of Oblivion, signified. His Messages concerning a Recess, 6 & 20. Purport of his Speech upon passing the Indemnity Act, reported. His Speech, at the re-assembling of the Parliament, reported, 20 Nov. Read. His Messages, concerning the calling in of the Commonwealth's Money, and Thanks returned him thereon, 28 Nov. & 16 Jan.-to the Speaker, concerning the Restraint of a Member, going to fight a Duel, communicated to the House, and Thanks returned thereon, 9 Dec.-to the Lords, concerning a Design to disturb the publick Peace, communicated at a Conference. Vide Conspiracy. His Speech, at the passing of the 18 Months Assessment, reported. His Message, to stay Proceedings upon the Bill for allowing Persons, advancing him Money, to take 10£. per Cent. Interest, and Thanks returned him thereon, 18 Feb. Appoints the House to attend him at Whitehall. His Speech there, reported, 1 Mar. Delivered to the Speaker in Writing, and read, and to be entered in the Journal. His Message, recommending the Case of the Captives at Algiers, 7 May, 1662.-concerning the Queen's Arrival, and desiring the Dispatch of publick Business, communicated by the Lords at a Conference, eod. die.-recommending the Dispatch of some Bills, 10 & 15 May.
-, - Bill for securing his Person and Government, read, 13 May, 1661. Committed. Reported, and to be ingrossed. Read Third time, and Committee to pen a Proviso, to be added. Proviso reported, and annexed, and several other Provisoes added, and Bill passed. Agreed to by the Lords, with Amendments, and some of them disagreed to, and Conference to be desired with the Lords thereon. Conference agreed to. Free Conference, desired by the Lords, agreed to, and held, 5 June. Reported, and Amendments, with an Alteration to one of them, agreed to, and another free Conference to be desired with the Lords thereon. Conference agreed to, and held. Alteration agreed to by the Lords.-Bill for providing Carriages for him in his Progress, read, 25 June. Committed. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 10 July. Passed.-Bill to allow the taking of 10£. per Cent. Interest for Money advanced him, read, 13 Feb. Vide Interest.

King's Counsel, not being Members, to attend, and produce Evidence at the Bar, 26 June, & 1 July. Attend accordingly, 1 & 11 July.

King's Barton, Hundred. Vide Dudson.

King's Bench, Court of. Vide Records.
-, - Prison, Marshal to bring a Prisoner, to give Evidence at the Bar, 28 Feb.

Kingston upon Hull. Vide Hull.

Knollys, Thomas, Esq; Bill to sell Lands, read, 13 Feb. Committed. Reported, and to be ingrossed. Passed.

15° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 2. A. 1662, & 1663.

KEMPE, Sir *. Vide Patents.

Kent, Earl of, Bill from the Lords, to settle Lands on his Marriage, 13 June. Read. Committed. Reported, and Petition of Lady Pen. Lucas against it, read, and Bill recommitted, and Petition referred. Reported, and passed, 2 July.

Killigrew, Charlotte Hessen, Bill to naturalize her, and others, read, 23 Mar. Committed. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 1 Apr. Passed. Agreed to by the Lords, 22 May.

King, his Speech and Declaration to be considered, 21 Feb. Considered. Vide Address. Appoints the House to attend him at Whitehall. His Answer to the Address of last Session, relating to Lindsey Level, 17 Mar. Appoints both Houses to attend him with the Petition against Priests and Jesuits. Vide Priests. His Messages concerning a Recess, 26 May, 2 & 22 July. Sends for the House to Whitehall, 12 June. His Speech there reported, and considered, eod. die. His Message, concerning Sir Richard Temple, referred to a Committee, 13 June. Vide Temple.-Clause, to assert the King's Prerogative with respect to Fortifications, to be inserted in the Militia Bill, 14 July.

16° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 3. A. 1663, & 1664.

KEYT, Sir Wm. Bill to sell Lands, read, 26 Apr. Committed. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 2 May. Passed.

King, his Message concerning his coming to the Parliament delivered, 16 Mar. His Speech reported, and to be considered, 21. Appoints both Houses to attend him with the Vote concerning the Dutch. Vide Dutch. His Message concerning a Recess, 10 May.

16° & 17° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 4. A. 1664.

KENT, and Canterbury, Sum charged thereon in the Bill of Assessment, 24 Jan.

King, his Speech reported, and Narrative concerning the Dutch, delivered in, and read, and Address thereon resolved, 24 Nov. Vide Address. Farther considered, and a Supply thereon voted. Vide Supply. His Message concerning a Recess, 20 Feb. Another touching the same, communicated by the Lords at a Conference.
-, - Bill to permit Persons lending him Money, to take above 6£. per Cent. Interest, read, 17 Feb. Committed. Reported, and Neg. put upon the Question for ingrossing it.

Kirkby, Colonel, Bill for Payment of a Debt due to him from Mr. Nevill, read, 13 Jan. Committed, and Mr. Nevill's Petition referred. Sir Hen. Heron's Petition referred. Bill reported, and to be ingrossed, 11 Feb. Passed.

17° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 5. A. 1665.

KING, his Message, directing both Houses to attend him, communicated by the Lords at a Conference, 9 Oct. His Speech reported, and Address thereon voted. Vide Address. Speech considered.

18° & 19° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 6. A. 1666.

KENDALL, Henry, Esq; Bill to sell Lands, read, 6 Committed. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 27 Nov. Passed, 24 Jan. Agreed to by the Lords, 5 Feb.

King, his Message, about coming to the House of Peers, delivered, 18 Sept. His Speech reported, and Address thereon, resolved. Vide Address. Message concerning the Supply, delivered, and Order thereon, 29 Oct.-concerning the dispersing of the Rebels in Scotland, and Thanks returned him thereon, 3 Dec. Appoints the House to attend him at Whitehall. His Message to hasten the Dispatch of the Supply, and other publick Business, and desiring only a short Adjournment at Christmas. His Reasons, for hastening the Business of the Session, delivered in the House of Lords, reported, 18 Jan. His Message about the Dispatch of the Bills concerning the City.-recommending some Provision to be made for rebuilding Churches therein, 4 Feb.-about proroguing the Parliament.
-, - Bill for bringing in Money, and other Things, belonging to him, read, 15 Nov.

12° Car. II. Parl. 1. A. 1660.

LAMBERT, Mrs. Order for restoring Goods seized, belonging to her, 21 May. Her Petition read, 16 June.
-, -Colonel, excepted out of the Bill of Pardon, as to Pains and Penalties, 16 June. Proviso, concerning publick Money, paid to his Use, tendered to the Bill, and rejected, 7 July. Clause, added by the Lords for excepting him, and others, for Life, disagreed to, 13 Aug. Reasons, offered by the Lords for adhering thereto, reported, 17 & 23. To stand excepted, as proposed by the Lords, and King to be petitioned to pardon him as to Life. Vide Address. Clause relating to him, agreed to.

Lands, publick, purchased from the Trustees of the late Parliament, Bill touching them, read twice, and committed, 4 May. Petition of divers Persons interested, read, and referred. -Bill for Satisfaction of the Purchasers thereof, read, 23 June. Committed, 11 July. The King's Demesne, and Queen's Jointure, Lands, to be left out, and Committee to consider of Satisfaction to the Purchasers, eod. die. Petitions referred, eod. die. Several Resolutions of the Committee reported, and Orders thereon, 6 Aug. Report touching Mr. Gewen's Case, and to be recommended to the King, 5 Sept. Order for moving the King to appoint Commissioners to treat with Persons concerned in the Sale of Church Lands, and Lords desired to concur therein, 12 Sept. Committee upon the Bill revived, 8 Nov. Several Petitions and Cases referred to the Commissioners appointed, 9. 16, 17. & 19 Nov. & 22 Dec. Bill to be reported, 17 Nov. Amendments thereto, reduced into the Form of a Bill, reported, and read, 11 Dec.-Bill to restrain Bishops, and other ecclesiastical Persons, from making Leases of Lands belonging to their Churches or Offices, pending the former Bill, ordered, 6 Aug. Presented, and read.

Lane, Sir Geo. Bill from the Lords, to restore his Lands in Ireland, 10 Sept. Thrice read, and passed, eod. die.
-, - Mrs. Order for presenting her with 1,000£. for her Service in the King's Escape, 19 Dec. Agreed to by the Lords, 21.

Langham, Alderman, Leave given him to go to the King, 9 May. Thanked for advancing Money.

Langhorne, Rowland, Esq; his Petition to be read, 23 Nov. Read, and Order for paying him, 3,000£. in Part of a Debt owing to him. Agreed to by the Lords, 10 Dec.

Lassels, Francis, Esq; his Name struck out of the List of Commissioners for the Assessment 18 May. Expelled, and incapacitated, 9 June. Upon Payment of a Fine, not to be excepted out of the Bill of Pardon, eod. die.

Launceston, double Return, Report and Resolution concerning it, 5 May.-touching the Election, 29 June.

Lawson, Sir John, his Petition, and several Letters from the King, and the Dukes of York and Albemarle, ralating to him, read, and Message to the King thereon, 18 Dec.

Layton Bussard, Proviso, for the Trustees thereof to account, added to the Bill of Pardon, 7 July.

Leather, exported, Resolution touching the Rates to be set thereon, 20 July.-Bill, from the Lords, touching the dressing thereof, 4 Dec. Read.

Ledbury Hospital, Proviso, touching Leases thereof, made by Mr. Tombs, added to the Bill for College Leases, 4 Sept.

Lee, Eleanor and Anne, their Petition referred to the Committee upon the Bill of Attainder, 17 Nov.

Lenthall, Wm. Esq; called to the Bar and reprimanded for offensive Words, 12 May. His Letter, and another from General Monck, concerning him, read, 11 June. Excepted as to Pains and Penalties, out of the Bill of Indemnity, eod. die. Left out of the Exception, and incapacitated, 13 Aug.

Leskard Election, and double Return, Report and Resolution relating thereto, 5 May.

Letter Office, Directions concerning the Management of it, 22 May.

Lexington, Lord. Vide Hutchinson.

Lilborne, Robert, excepted out of the Bill of Pardon, 9 June. Surrenders, 18, Inserted in the Clause for suspending Execution, in case of Attainder, 28 Aug.

Lilly, Wm. sent for in Custody, to be examined about the Person, who cut off the late King's Head, 2 June. His Examination reported.

Lindsey Level, Bill from the Lords, for draining it, 8 Dec.

Lisle, John, excepted out of the Bill of Pardon, for Life and Estate, 6 June.

Lister, Thomas, excepted as to Pains and Penalties, 9 June. Amendment, made by the Lords, for allowing him the Benefit of the Pardon, agreed to, 11 Aug. His Name to be inserted in the Clause for incapacitating several Persons pardoned.

Litchfield Election, Report and Resolution concerning it, and Sheriff ordered into Custody, 27 June. Discharged, 3 July.

Litton, Sir Wm. his Bill to be read, 20 July.

Liveries. Vide Wards.

Livesey, Sir Michael, excepted out of the Bill of Pardon, as to Pains and Penalties, 9 June. Excepted for Life, 9 July.

Lockhart, Colonel, his Petition read, and referred to the Committee for publick Debts, 12 Nov. Reported, 29 Dec.

Loddington, Captain Thomas, Order for Payment of a Debt due to him, and Lords desired to concur therein, 26 Nov.

London, City of, to be applied to about advancing Money for the King and the Publick, 1 May. Leave given them to return an Answer to the King's Letter and Declaration. Their Answer to the Message about the Loan, reported, and Resolutions thereon. Messengers appointed to carry their Answer to the King. Petition of the City presented, and read, and referred to the Committee upon the Bill to naturalize Vanteythusen, and others, 3 Aug. Committee of both Houses appointed to go into the City, to borrow 100,000£. for the publick Service. Members for the City to receive their Answer. Report.-Question for a Bill to charge Two Months Assessment upon the City, for the Militia, Neg. 26 Nov. Bill for laying an Assessment thereon for that Purpose, ordered, 12 Dec. Presented, and read. To be ingrossed.

Lord's Day, King to be moved for a Proclamation against profaning it, 20 July, & 12 Sept. Bill against Profanation thereof, ordered, 20 July. Read, 11 Aug. Committed. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 10 Nov. Passed.

Lords, House of, several Orders made by them, touching the Privilege of the Commons, read, and Committee to prepare Heads of a Conference thereon, 4 July. Several other Matters referred, 12, 13. 20. & 28, July, & 2 Aug.-Proviso, for their assessing themselves, added by them to the Poll-bill, disagreed to, 2 Aug. Vide Peers.-Refuse to sit in the Afternoon, at the Desire of the Commons, 28 Aug. & 5 Sept.

Loswithell, double Return, Report and Resolution concerning it, and Mayor to attend, 5 May.-touching the Election, and Mayor discharged, 4 June.

Love, Nicholas, to attend about the Crown Jewels, 15 May. Excepted out of the Bill of Pardon, as to Pains and Penalties, 9 June. Excepted for Life, 9 July.
-, - Christopher, Petition of his Wife, and her Brother, read, 12 June. Proviso touching the Judges of the high Court of Justice, wherein he was condemned, tendered to the Bill of Pardon, and rejected, 7 July.

Ludgersall Election, and double Return, Report and Resolution relating thereto, 3 May. Further Report and Resolution, and Return withdrawn. Committee to examine the Miscarriage of the Writ, 26 June. Report, and Writ to be superseded, 12 July.

Ludlow, Edmund, Esq; ordered to attend, 3 May. Voted not duly elected. Excepted out of the Bill of Pardon, 9 June. Surrenders.

13° & 14° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 1. A. 1661, & 1662.

LACE, Gold and Silver, Bill against wearing it, ordered, 19 Feb.

Lambert, John, to be proceeded against by the Attorney-general, 1 July. King desired to remand him to the Tower, 22 Nov. 10 Jan. & 19 Feb.

Lancaster, Duchy. Vide Clithero, and Rannes.

Lane, Sir Geo. Vide Acts.

Langley, Mr. to be prosecuted for Money in his Hands, belonging to the Captives at Algiers, 3 Apr.

Law suits. Vide Arrests.

League, solemn. Vide Covenant.

Leather, Bill for tanning and dressing it, read, 30 May, 1661. Committed, 21 June. Petition of Tanners of Essex and Middlesex, read, and referred, 4 July.-Bill to restrain the Exportation thereof, and raw Hides, read, 5 Feb. Committed. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 10 Apr. 1662. Passed. Amendments, made thereto by the Lords, considered, and agreed to, 17 May.

Lee, Sir Thomas, Bill to exchange Lands, read, 6 Mar. Committed. Reported, * *. Passed.

Leicester, double Return, Report and Resolution concerning it, 16 May 1661.-touching the Election, 17 July.

Leimster Election, Report and Resolution concerning it, 22 Mar.

Lent. Vide Address.

Letters, to be sent to the Lord Treasurer, and the Judges, read, and to be signed by the Speaker, 25 July.

Lindsey, Level. Vide Fens.

Linen Manufacture, Proposition for encouraging it, reported, 19 Apr.

Liturgy, Bill for supplying Defects in the Laws relating thereto, ordered, 25 June.

Lobby to be cleared, 17 May 1661.

London, Proviso, concerning it, left out of the Bill for regulating Corporations, 27 June 1661. Commissioners for it to be appointed by the King, 2 July-Bill for repairing the Streets and Highways in and about London and Westminster, read, 28 Nov. Committed, 14 Feb. Petition from Hendon, and other Places, referred. Bill reported, and to be ingrossed, 18 Mar. Read the Third time, and amended, and Proviso, for enlarging the Streets, offered, and Committee to consider of it, and other Amendments, to be made to the Bill. Report, and Proceedings thereon, and Bill passed. Amendments, made thereto by the Lords, considered, and some disagreed to, and Conference to be desired with the Lords thereon, 5 Apr. 1662. Committee to draw up Reasons, to be offered thereat. Reasons reported, and Conference desired, and agreed to. Free Conference, desired by the Lords, agreed to, and held, and Report, touching their insisting upon the Proviso, for exempting Exeter House. Resolution for adhering to the Bill, without it, and Conference to be desired with the Lords thereon, eod. die. Message for that Purpose sent, 16 & 24. Proviso receded from by the Lords. Royal Assent given to the Bill, 2 May.-Clause for London added to the Poor Bill, 17 Feb. 1661-Proviso for the Militia thereof, added to the Militia Bill, 7 Mar.
-, - Sheriff of, sent for in Custody, for disobeying the Speaker's Order to discharge a Member's Servant, 18 Dec. Reprimanded, and continued in Custody.
-, - Bishop of, Bill, from the Lords, to enable him to lease Houses in the City, 14 Mar. Read. Committed, 3 Apr. Reported. Passed.

Lord's Day, Bill for better Observation thereof, ordered, 30 Apr. 1662. Read, 9 May. Committed.-King desired to issue a Proclamation concerning it.

Lords. Vide Peers.

Love, Mr. suspended, for not receiving the Communion, 3 July.

Loyalists, Bill for their Indemnity, and to restore them to their Estates, read, 21 May, 1661.-Bill for discharging them of all Interest above 31. per Cent. read, 4 July. Committed. Reported, and to be ingrossed. Passed.-Committee to consider of Means for their Relief, 27 Nov. King to be moved to distribute 60,000£. of the 18 Months Assessment, amongst them, 10 Dec. To be attended, for Leave to name Commissioners for distributing it, 8 Mar. His Answer reported, and Order thereon. Bill for distributing it, presented, and read. Committed. Reported, and considered in Part, and King to be moved to give Direction for speedy Payment of the Money, and Clause to ascertain the Time and Manner of rating Offices, ordered, 4 Apr. 1662. His Answer reported. Amendments to the Bill further considered, 8, 9, & 10. Bill to be ingrossed. Passed. Agreed to by the Lords, with Amendments, 7 May. Some of them agreed to, others amended, and others disagreed to, and Bill sent back to the Lords. Returned, with a Message, and Committee to prepare Reasons for the Alterations to the Lords Amendments. Conference, desired with the Lords thereon, agreed to, and Reasons, to be insisted upon thereat, reported. Free Conference, desired by the Lords, agreed to. Report touching the Lords Agreement to the Alterations, with a Proviso, and Proviso referred to a Committee. Amended, and agreed to, and free Conference desired with the Lords thereon. Proviso, as amended, agreed to by the Lords, eod. die.-Bill for better Relief of maimed Officers and Soldiers, and other indigent Loyalists, ordered, 16 Jan. 1661. Read. Committed, 5 Feb. Reported, and to be ingrossed. Passed, 3 Mar.-Committee to consider of Relief for Persons transported for their Loyalty, 11 & 22 Apr. 1662.

Ludlow Election, Report and Resolution concerning it, 26 Feb.

Luson, Sir Richard. Vide Advowsons.

Lynn Regis, Bill to raise Money for Maintenance of Ministers there, read, 25 Feb.

15° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 2. A. 1662, & 1663.

LANDS, gained from the Sea, Committee to enquire into the undue Execution of a Commission for Discovery thereof in Sussex, 14 May. Report, and Execution of the Commission voted a Grievance, and several Persons to be impeached, 20 June. Vide Address.

Law Proceedings. Vide Courts of Justice.
-, - martial. Vide Fleet.
-, - sumptuary. Vide Trade.

Lead, Bill to prevent the Adulteration thereof, read, and Question for a Second Reading, Neg. 4 Apr.

Leadenhall. Vide Clothiers.

Leather. vide Wool.

Lent, Question for an Address, to mitigate the Law for the strict Observance thereof, Neg. 19 Feb.

Lessees, Bill to make them prove their Lives in being, read, 10 Mar. Committed. Reported, and re-committed.

Levett, Wm. Esq; his Petition read, and Proviso in his behalf, tendered to the Bishop of Winchester's Bill, rejected, 9 July. Question, for recommending him to the Bishop for a new Lease, Neg. eod. die.

Lindsey Level, King's Answer to the Address of last Session, for Preservation thereof, delivered in, and read, and Bill for draining it, presented, 17 Mar. Read. Another Bill presented, eod. die. Read, 21 Mar. Both Bills committed. Matter thereof to be heard at the Bar, 2 Apr. Heard, 30 Apr. & 6 May. Sir Wm. Killigrew's Bill to be proceeded in, and Bill re-committed, 6 May. Mr. Staughton's Petition referred. Bill reported, and Committee to prepare Clauses for the Judicature to be erected, 4 July. Reports, and Orders thereon .

Linen, and Tapestry Manufacture, Bill for setting it up, ordered, 11 July. Read, * *. Committed, 20 July. Reported, and to be ingrossed. Passed, eod. die. Agreed to by the Lords, with Amendments, 25 July. Amendments agreed to.

London and Westminster, Streets and Highways, Act for repairing them, to be perused by a Committee, 12 Mar. Referred to another Committee, and former discharged. Commissioners for Hackney Coaches to give in an Account of their Proceedings to the Committee, 2 Apr.-Bill concerning the Grant of Offices in London, read, 22 June. Committed.

Lord's Day, Bill for better Observance thereof, read, 18 Feb. Committed. Reported, and re-committed, 20 & 24 Mar. -New Bill ordered, 7 Apr. Read, 10. Committed. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 26 May. Passed, 1 June. Agreed to by the Lords, with Amendments, and Amendments agreed to, 2 July.

Love, Mr. Time given him to receive the Communion, 5 Mar.

Loyalists. vide Officers.-Bonds, entered into by several of them upon their Imprisonment, to be brought to the House, 23 Feb. & 30 Apr. Bill to avoid them, ordered, 30 Apr. & 11 May.

16° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 3. A. 1663, & 1664.

LANDS, Bill for Partition thereof, read, 28 Mar. Committed, 21 Apr. Reported, and re-committed, 5 May.- Bill to prevent Frauds in the Sale thereof, ordered, 31 Mar. Read, 6 Apr. Committed.

Leadenhall. vide Hallage.

Lessees, Clause, to oblige them to prove their Lives in being, to be inserted in the Bill for Partition of Lands, 21 Apr. Reported, and laid aside, 5 May.

Licentiousness, and Profaneness, Bill to prevent them, ordered, 6 Apr.

London, City of, their Solicitor to have Copies of the Petitions concerning the Clothiers, 4 Apr. Petition relating to their By-laws, read, and Answer given to the Persons bringing it.

Lord's Day, Bill for better Observation thereof, read, 22 Mar. Committed.

16° & 17° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 4. A. 1664.

LANCASTER County, Committee to consider of the Acts relating to the Poor there, 6 Dec.-Sum charged thereon in the Bill of Assessment, 24 Jan.-Bill to enable the Chancellor of the Duchy to impower Commissioners to take Affidavits there, read, 15 Feb. Committed. Reported, and to be ingrossed. Passed. Agreed to by the Lords, 1 Mar.

Lavington, Mr. ordered into Custody, for disobeying the Orders of a Committee, 14 Feb. Negative put upon the Question for his Discharge, and ordered to be brought to the Bar. Called to the Bar. Question for committing him to the Tower, Neg. eod. die. Reprehended, and discharged, eod. die.

Law, Proceedings. Vide Courts.

Leicester, County, Sum charged thereon in the Bill of Assessment, 24 Jan.

Leigh, Francis, Bill to sell Lands, read, 28 Nov. Committed, 2 Dec. Reported, and to be ingrossed. Passed. Amendments, made thereto by the Lords, read, and agreed to, 1 Feb.

Lincoln, County, and City, Sum charged thereon in the Bill of Assessment, 24 Jan.

Litchfield, City, Sum rated thereon in the Act of Assessment, 26 Jan.

London, City, Order for returning them Thanks for assisting the King to fit out a Fleet, sent from the Lords, and agreed to, and Committee of both Houses appointed for that Purpose, 25 Nov.-to be eased in the Assessment, out of the 40,000£. allowed to the Counties over-rated, 15 Dec. Resolution touching the Sum to be abated, 13 Jan. Question for a farther Ease, Neg. 14. Petition of the City presented, and read. Farther Resolutions touching the Ease to be given them. Sum assessed upon them, and St. Martin's le Grand, 25. -Bill, from the Lords, for amending the Streets and Highways of London and Westminster, and regulating Hackney Coaches, 13 Feb. Read, and laid aside, and Bill for the like Purposes, ordered. Read. Committed, and Petition of Farmers of Middlesex, referred.

Lord's, Day, Bill for better Observation thereof, ordered, 19 Dec. Read. Committed, 12 Jan.

Loughborough, Lord, Bill, from the Lords, to enable him to make the River and Sewer navigable from Bristow Causey into the Thames, 21 Jan. Read, 6 Feb. Committed. Reported, with Amendments. Passed. Amendments agreed to by the Lords.

18° & 19° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 6. A. 1666.

LAND TAX, Vide Supply.

Lawyers, how taxed in the Poll-bill, 17 Nov.

Leather, tanned, Bill for exporting it, ordered, 24 Sept.

Leigh, Thomas, Esq; Bill to sell Lands, read, 29 Oct. Committed, 23 Nov. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 14 Dec. Question for its passing, Neg. 8 Jan.

Letters, Complaint of their being franked by Persons not Members, referred to the Committee of Privileges, 6 Feb.

Leure, Anthony, ordered into Custody, for aspersing a Member, 24 Nov. His Petition read, and referred to the Committee for popish Priests. To be detained in the Gatehouse, and Committee to examine, how he came out of the Serjeant's Custody, 22 Jan.

Lincoln, Diocese. Vide Ely.

Lindsey Level, Bill to settle it, to be read, 28 Nov. Petition of Adventurers read, 14 Jan.

London, Bill to provide Habitation for the distressed Citizens thereof, presented, and read, 22 Sept.-Committee appointed to receive, and prepare, Proposals for Relief thereof, eod. die. Matter to be considered by the House, the Committee not coming to any Resolution therein, 27 Sept. Considered. Farther considered, and King thanked for his Care in relation thereto.-Committee appointed to enquire into the Causes of the Fire, 25 Sept. Report, 22 Jan. Consideration of it adjourned, 22 & 23.-Bill to prevent Suits against Tenants, whose Houses were burnt, read, 24 Oct. Committed. -Bill for erecting a Judicature to determine Causes touching Houses burnt, read, 1 Dec. Committed. Reported, and to be ingrossed. Passed. Agreed to by the Lords, with Amendments. Amendments agreed to.-Committee to consider of an Abatement to the City of their Proportion of the Assessment, 20 Dec. Report, and Resolution thereon.-Bill for rebuilding the City, read, 29 Dec. Committed, 4 Jan. Reported. Report considered, 26 & 28. Farther considered, and Clause, touching the Space to be left unbuilt next the Thames, to be prepared. Reported, and agreed to, 1 Feb. Another Clause, for a Duty on Coals, to rebuild the publick Edisices, read twice, and committed, and considered in the Committee, eod. die. Reported, and to be added, 4 Feb. King's Message about re-building the Churches, delivered, and Bill to be ingrossed, eod. die. Passed, 5 Feb. Agreed to by the Lords, with Amendments, and Amendments agreed to.-Bill to rebuild the publick Edisices, ordered, 23 Jan.-Bill to rebuild the 39 Churches, ordered, 4 Feb.

Long, Sir Robert, to sign Accounts presented to the House, 1 Oct. Desired to bring them to the Committee for publick Accounts. His Report concerning them, and Order thereon.

Lord's Day, Bill for better Observation thereof, ordered, 16 Oct.

Lords, House of, Vote concerning their going by Petition to the King, pending a Bill, sent from the Commons, relating to the same Matter, 3 Jan. Vide Accounts. Clause, added by them to the Poll-bill, for appointing Commissioners to assess them, and the King's Servants, disagreed to, 8 Jan. Reasons, to be offered at a Conference thereon, reported. Another Clause proposed by the Lords, instead of the former, agreed to.

12° Car. II. Parl. 1. A. 1660.

MACE, to be delivered to the Serjeant appointed by the House, 27 Apr.-Two new Maces ordered, for the House, and the Council of State, 21 May.

Maidenhead Barges. Vide Windsor.

Malden, double Return, Report and Resolution concerning it, 27 Apr. Further Report, and Election declared void, and new Writ ordered, 14 May.

Maleverer, Sir Tho. excepted out of the Bill of Pardon, 9 June.
-, -Sir Richard, his Case referred to the Committee upon the Bill of Attainder, 9 Nov.

Manchester, Earl of, Order, brought from the Lords, appointing him a Commissioner of the Great Seal, 2 May. Agreed to.-His Debt on the Court of Wards, referred to the Committee upon the Bill relating thereto, 12 July.

Mardyke, included in the Bill for annexing Dunkirk to the Crown of England, 11 Sept.

Marriages, folemnized by Justices of Peace, Bill to confirm them, ordered, 28 July. Read twice, and committed, 8 Aug. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 3 Sept. Passed. Agreed to by the Lords, with Amendments, 21 Dec. Some of them disagreed to, and Conference, desired with the Lords thereon, agreed to, and held, eod. die. Free Conference, desired by the Lords, agreed to, and held, and their Concurrence reported, 22 Dec.-Bill to prevent the voluntary Separation of married Persons, read, 10 Nov. Committed. Reported, and re-committed.

Martyn. Colonel, excepted out of the Bill of Pardon, as to Pains and Penalties, 9 June. Surrenders. Inserted in the Clause for suspending Execution, in case of Attainder, 28 Aug.

Massey, Major-general, Order for Payment of Money due to him, 16 May. Form of it, 4 June. Proviso, concerning it, to be inserted in the Excise Bill, 7 Aug. His Petition read, and Order for charging a further Sum for him upon the Excise, 19 Dec. Agreed to by the Lords, eod. die.

Mawes, St. double Return, Report and Resolution concerning it, 5 May.

Mayors, summoned to attend for Misdemeanors, and to bear the Charge of the Summons, 5 May.

Melcombe Regis Election, and double Return, Report and Resolution relating thereto, 5 May.

Members, upon double Returns, not to fit till the Returns are determined, unless returned in the several Indentures, 26 Apr. -Thanked by the House, 26 Apr. 5. 10. 16. 21. & 25, May; 2. 19. & 29, June; 24 July; and 17 Dec.-Leave to several to go over to the King, 8 & 9 May.-Named Commissioners in the Act for Trial of the late King, declare their Sense of those Proceedings.-One called to the Bar, and reprimanded, eod. die.-Summoned to attend, to answer a Charge against him, 14 May. Heard, 17-Double elected, to make their Election by a certain Day, or the House to elect for them. -Not to sit without taking the Oaths, 2 June. Vide Oaths.-Going out to a Conference before the Managers, sent for back by the Serjeant, 6 June, & 22 Aug.-Expelled, 9 & 11 June.-Member of the preceding Parliament complained of for taking a Bond for Service done in the House.- Leave to one to appear to a Subpæna in Chancery, 7 July.- To several, to petition the Lords.-One not allowed to speak again to the same Matter.-Leave given to one to speak again to the Question, eod. die.-Committee to consider, whether the summoning of a Member to give Evidence at the Lords, be a Breach of Privilege, 20 July.-Leave to several, to give Evidence at the Lords.- Committee to consider of a Matter offered, touching a Member's giving Evidence at the Lords.-Leave to one to plead before the Lords, 13 Aug.-Order against any going out before the Managers of a Conference.-for their sending Letters into the Country, to hasten the Poll-money, 1 Sept. -Member explains himself, as to Words excepted to.- List of them to be returned by the Clerk of the Crown, 6 Nov. -Leave to one, summoned to attend certain Commissioners, to stand to, or wave, his Privilege.-Petition for Leave to sue a Member.-Standing in the Passage, to pay 12 d. to the Poor, 14 Dec.-Clause, for their Letters to be carried free, added to the Bill for the Post Office.

Merchants, trading to Spain, their Petition read, and referred to the Committee appointed to bring in the Bill for Tonage and Poundage, 19 June.-trading to Portugal, their Petition read, 21 July.

Message, from the Lords, desiring the House to concur with them in a Fast, 25 Apr.-to sit in the Afternoon, and Concurrence of the House signified, 1 & 30 May.-for a Committee of both Houses to consider of an Answer to the King's Letter and Declaration.-for a like Committee, to settle the Militia. -concerning the Number of Lords, appointed to carry their Answer to the King.-for a Committee of both Houses, to settle the Time and Manner of proclaiming him.-for a like Committee, to consider of his Reception, and desiring the House to accompany them in proclaiming him. Vide King.-to remind the House of former Messages, 16 May, & 28 July. -desiring them to sit awhile, and their Agreement signified, 17 May, & 18 Aug.-concerning Writings in Mr. Phelpes's Hands, 23 May. Vide Phelpes.-desiring a Conference upon a Matter of great Importance, 6 June. Vide Queen. -concerning Writings belonging to them, said to be in the Clerk's Hands, and Answer thereto, 3 July.-desiring certain Writings, mentioned in a Paper delivered in, and Paper referred to a Committee.-for the Roll of the Proceedings of the late King's Judges, and Answer thereto.-desiring Members to give Evidence before them.-desiring Conference upon Messages from the King, 31 July; 31 Aug. & 22 Nov.-recommending a Petition presented to them, and Orders thereon, 3 Sept.-in Answer to a Message about sitting constantly in the Afternoons.-to remind the House of Bills, 8 Sept. & 27 Dec.-to acquaint them of the King's having given the Houses Leave to sit a Day longer, 10 Sept.-signifying their Intention to desire the King to give the Royal Assent to Bills.
-, -to the City, about advancing Money, 1 May, & 13 Aug. Vide London,-to the Princess Royal, and Princess Henrietta, on their Return to England, 6 Nov.-to the Privy Council, about the stopping of Bays and Sayes at Colchester, for Nonpayment of Aulnage.-to the Lord Chamberlain, to clear the Banquetting-house.-to the Lord Mayor, about the Neglect of the City in collecting Taxes.-to the Inns of Court, about Payment of Poll-money.-to the Lord Chief Justice, and Chief Baron, about a Riot committed by Smugglers.-to the Lord Chancellor, to speed the passing of the Clerk's Patent, 27 Dec.
-, -to the Lords, in Answer to their Message, desiring a Committee of both Houses to consider of an Answer to the King's Letter, 2 & 3 May.-to remind them of former Messages, 9 May; 30 July; 2 Aug. 13 Sept. & 26 Nov.-desiring them to appoint a Committee to prepare Instructions for their Messengers to the King, 9 May.-to dispatch Bills, 25 May; 19 & 27 July; 7 & 28 Aug. 3. 5. 6. 8. & 10, Sept. 15. 26. & 30, Nov. 17, 18. 27, 28, & 29 Dec.-to sit in the Afternoon, 21 & 23 July; 24 & 28 Aug. 5. 6. & 10 Sept. 17, 18. 21. 27, & 28, Dec.-concerning an Irregularity in sending back Amendments agreed to, without being ingrossed, 24 July. -desiring them to sit a while, 24 July, & 10 Sept.-for a Conference upon a Message from the King, 9 Aug.-to move the King to give the Royal Assent to a Bill.-to sit constantly in the Afternoons, 4 Sept.-to put off their Adjournment, and to move the King therein.-to remind them of sending back a Money Bill, 28 Dec.
-, -to the King, desiring Leave to attend him, 7 June, & 6 Nov.-of Thanks, for the Proclamation against Profaneness, 8 June.-to acquaint him with a Letter from the Prince Elector, 23 July.-about several Bills ready for the Royal Assent, and the passing of Money Bills before those for Redress of Grievances.-to remind him of issuing a Proclamation about the Poll-bill, 31 Aug.-about settling his Revenue, 27 Nov.-in Answer to his Letter about Admiral Lawson, 18 Dec.
-, -from the King. Vide King.

Metcalfe, Christopher, Surveyor-general of the Customs. Vide Customs.

Mewes, to be cleared for the King's Use, 11 May.

Meyne, Simon, excepted out of the Bill of Pardon, 9 June. Surrenders. Inserted in the Clause for suspending Execution, in case of Attainder, 28 Aug.

Michell, double Return, Report and Resolution concerning it, 5 May.-touching the Election, 18 July.

Micklethwaite, Joseph, Bill to sell Lands, read, 19 Nov. Committed. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 5 Dec. Passed. Agreed to by the Lords.

Middlesex, Sheriff of, to assist the Serjeant in executing an Order of the House, 21 Dec.

Milborne, Mr. to answer a Misdemeanor, in keeping a Writ unexecuted, 13 Aug.

Mildmay, Sir Hen. to attend the Committee, appointed to enquire about the Crown Jewels, 15 May. House informed of his being seized at Rye. Excepted out of the Bill of Pardon, and to be sent up in Custody, and committed to the Tower, 9 June. His Petition read, and Order for committing him to the Serjeant.

Militia, Bill for settling it, ordered, 6 Nov. Presented, and read. Committed. Orders for the sitting of the Committee, 13 and 14 Dec.-Letter, concerning the Miscarriage of some Persons, acting as Commissioners for the Militia, offered, and Question for reading it, Neg. 16 Nov.

Millington, Gilbert, excepted out of the Bill of Pardon, 9 June. Inserted in the Clause for suspending Execution, in case of Attainder, 28 Aug.

Milton, John, Two Books, written by him, to be called in, and Attorney-general to prosecute him, 16 June. Ordered into Custody, eod. die. Discharged, 15 Dec.

Milward, Edward, Bill for Sale of Lands, read, 10 Aug. Committed. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 4 Dec. Passed.

Ministers, Bill for settling them in their Livings, read, 9 May. Committed. Order for quieting those in Possession, till legally evicted, read. Vide Entries. Petition of several read, 21 July. To be considered. Another Bill presented, and read, eod. die. Committed, and Petitions referred, 30 July. Reported, 14 Aug. Proceedings thereon. Farther Proceedings, and Bill to be ingrossed. Read Third time, and amended, 1 Sept. Other Proceedings thereon. 3, & 4. Passed, and sent to the Lords. Agreed to by them, with Amendments, and some of them disagreed to, and Conference, desired thereon, agreed to, and held. Free Conference, desired by the Lords, held and reported, and Amendments, as proposed by the Lords, agreed to. Royal Assent.-Leave to several Ministers of London to attend the King with an Address, 9 May.-Bill for a competent Maintenance for those officiating in impropriate Rectories, ordered 7 Aug.-King thanked for his Message concerning several removed from their Livings, and desired to take care of them, 4 Sept. His Answer reported.

Moloy, alias Lewis, Mary, Proviso concerning her, tendered to the Bill of Pardon, and rejected, 7 July.

Monck, General, thanked for his Services, 26 Apr. & 29 June. To communicate the King's Letter to the Army, and Leave given him to answer it, 1 May. To attend the King's Landing. Orders touching the Payment of the Arrears of the 20,000£. conferred upon him by Parliament. 22. & 26, June. Agreed to by the Lords, 22 & 27. To give Order for administering the Oaths to the Army. Takes his Leave of the House, upon his being called to the House of Peers. Resolution touching the disbanding of his Regiment, 6 Sept. His Letter, concerning his Life-guard, read.-concerning Admiral Lawson, read, 18 Dec.

Money Bills. vide Bills.

Monson, Lord, excepted out of the Bill of Pardon, 9 June. Surrenders.

Montague, Admiral, his Letter, acquainting the House of the Receipt of the King's Letter and Declaration, to be communicated to the Fleet, read, and Leave given him to return an Answer thereto, 7 May. Order for advancing 500£. to him. Agreed to by the Lords, eod. die. His Letter, concerning the King's Arrival, read, 25 May. To give Orders for administering the Oaths to the Fleet, 11 June. Thanked for his Services. Takes Leave, upon his being called up to the House of Peers, and Speaker's Speech to him on that Occasion, 24 July.

Montgomery, County, Elections, Reports and Resolutions concerning them, 16 July. -Borough,

Moore, John, excepted out of the Bill of Pardon, 9 June.
-, -Simon. Vide Oswald.

Morgan, Reynolds, Examinations concerning him, referred to a Committee, 18 June.

13° & 14° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 1. A. 1661 & 1662.

MADDER, Bill to import it pure and unmixed, read, 4 July. Committed, 21 Nov. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 22 Feb. Passed.

Malton, New, Election, Report and Resolution concerning it, 18 Dec.

Marshal, to clear the Court of Requests, and Passages to he House, 17 May, 1661.

Martin's, St. Parish, Petition from thence referred to the Committee for private Acts, 27 May.

Matthews, Mr. his Case referred to the Committee of Elections, 13 Dec.

Mawes, St. double Return, Report and Resolution concerning it, 16 May, 1661. Order for hearing the Merits of the Election, 3 May, 1662.

Members, sworn, 8 May, 1661. Vide Oaths.-to receive the Sacrament. Vide Sacrament.-One desires to give his Reasons, why he could not receive the Sacrament, as ordered.-Members, interested in Bills, not to vote at Committees thereon, 24 & 28 May; 5 July; & 26 Nov.-One excused for not receiving the Sacrament, 28 May.-Orders for their keeping their Seats at the rising of the House, till the Speaker go out, and against climbing over the Benches, 1 June. -against their standing in the Passage.-Leave to one to petition the Lords.-Some suspended, 27 June, & 3 July.-One undertakes for the Appearance of another, 27 June.-concerned in a Bill, to be heard by Counsel against it, 4 July.-withdraw during a Debate concerning them, and reprimanded in their Places, 15 July, & 20 Mar.-Leave to be of Counsel at the Lords, 29 Nov. & 14 Dec.-One restrained by the King, to prevent a Duel, sent for by the Serjeant, 9 Dec.-Leave to several to give Evidence at the Lords, 14 Dec. & 1 Mar.-not appearing at a Call, to be fined, 19 Dec. 1661; 21 Apr. & 5 May, 1662.-Petition, and Certificate, concerning one, alleged to be in Orders, referred to the Committee of Privileges, 9 Jan. 1661. Report, and voted incapable of sitting.-interrupting the House by private Discourses, to be called to the Bar, 8 Feb.-One, reflecting upon the Proceedings of the House, reprehended at the Bar, 13 Mar.-Leave to one to attend a Jury in Westminsterhall, 7 May, 1662.-Several engage not to prosecute Quarrels, 12 & 14. Vide Quarrel.

Merchant-strangers. vide Naturalization.

Message, to the King, desiring Leave to attend him, 11 May, 1661.-of Thanks, for his Letter concerning the Act of Indemnity, and desiring Leave to print it, 22 June.-desiring him to name Commissioners for London, in the Corporation Act, 1 July.-recommending the Case of Mrs. Poyer, 24 July.-desiring him to remand Sir H. Vane, and others, to the Tower, 22 Nov. Answer. Another to the same Purpose, 10 Jan. Answer. Another to the same Effect, 19 Feb.-of Thanks, for his Message about restraining a Member, going to sight a Duel, 9 Dec.-desiring him to pass the Bill for 18 Months Assessment.-recommending the Petition concerning Wine-licences, 3 Feb.-of Thanks, for apprehending Geo. Withers, 3 Apr. 1662.-recommending the Case of Mr. Morris.-of Thanks, for preventing Quarrels, 12 & 15 May.
-, -from the Lords, desiring the House to sit, till the Return of the Lord Chamberlain from the King, 13 May, 1661.-to acquaint the House of the Time appointed by the King for the Reception of both Houses, eod. die.-desiring Conference upon Messages from the King, 20 May, & 19 Dec. 1661; & 7 May, 1662.-for a Conference, upon a Message from the Commons, 8 June, 1661.-to acquaint the House of the King's Intention to come and give the Royal Assent to a Bill, 6 July.-desiring them to expedite Bills, 17 Dec. & 14 Jan. 1661; 24 Apr. & 19 May, 1662.-to sit at certain Times therein mentioned, and Question thereon, 24 Mar. 1661. -desiring them to be present at a Commission for giving the Royal Assent to Bills, 2 May, 1662.-to sit in the Afternoon.-in Writing, in Answer to a Message from the Commons for Conference upon several Bills at once.
-, -to the Lords, desiring their Concurrence in printing the Address of both Houses, and Answer thereto, 14 May.-desiring them to return a Money Bill, 20 June.-to remind them of Bills, 15 & 24 July, 16 Dec. 11 & 28 Jan. & 14 Mar. 1661; 21 Apr. 7 & 12 May, 1662.-concerning the Bill, sent from the Lords, for paving Westminster Streets, 24 July, 1661.-desiring them to swear Witnesses, to be produced before the Commons, 4 Dec. Vide Witnesses.-desiring the Rolls of Acts to be kept in the Office, and attested Copies delivered to the Printer, 11 Jan.-in Answer to the Desire of the Lords, to know the Reasons, which induced the House to omit out of the Bill for executing certain attainted Persons, Six of those excepted in the Act of Oblivion, 1 Feb.
-, -from the King. Vide King.
-, -to the Duke of York, thanking him for revoking a Lease of the Ballast Patent, 26 June.-to the Lord Treasurer, concerning the Officers of the House, 24 July. Vide House. -about Deane Forest. Vide Deane Forest-to the Bishop of Ely, about Mrs. Barker's Lease of the King's Head Tavern in Chancery Lane, 15 Feb.-to the Master of St. Cross Hospital, on behalf of the Vicar of Twiford, 6 May.

Michael, St. double Return, Report and Resolution concerning it, 16 May, 1661.

Milborne Port, double Return, Report and Resolution concerning it, 17 May, 1661.

Mildmay, Sir Hen. to be brought to the Bar, 29 June. Evidence against him produced, and Bill of Pains and Penalties to be extended to him, 1 July.

Militia, Bill for settling it, ordered, 14 May. Read, 17 & 21. Committed. Considered in the Committee, 1. 8. 17, 18, 19. 25. & 28, June.-Temporary Bill to settle it, read twice, committed, and reported, 16 July. Passed. Agreed to by the Lords.-Committee appointed to prepare a Bill for settling it, 3 Dec. Estimates of the Number, and Charge thereof, in each County, to be delivered in. Matter to be debated in a Committee of the whole House, 11 Jan. Debated, 11 & 14. Bill proceeded on in the Committee, 17. 22. & 31, Jan. 13. 22. & 26, Feb. 1 & 4 Mar. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 7 Mar. Read Third time, 11. Passed, 13. Agreed to by the Lords, with Amendments, 18 Apr. Proceedings thereon, 3. 5, 6. & 9 May. Conference, desired with the Lords upon some of them, disagreed to, and others amended, agreed to, and held Free Conference, desired by the Lords, agreed to, and held. Report, and Proceedings thereon, and another free Conference desired with the Lords. Another free Conference, desired by the Lords, agreed to, and held. Report and Proceedings thereon, and another free Conference, desired with the Lords, held, and their Concurrence with the House reported, eod. die. An Entry to be made of the Reasons, which induced the House to agree to the Proviso, added by the Lords, touching the assessing of Peers, eod. die.

Milward, Wm. Esq; Bill for Sale of Lands, presented, 20 May. Petition of Wm. and Robert Milward read, and Bill read. Committed. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 23 July. Passed, 4 Dec. Agreed to by the Lords, with Amendments, 3 Apr. 1662. Amendments agreed to.

Mines, royal, Bill to ascertain them, read, * F. Committed, 9 Apr. Vide Address.

Ministers, Bill to confirm the Act concerning them, and several other Acts, excluded out of the former Bill for confirming publick Acts, ordered, 28 May. Presented, 7 June. Read. Committed. To be reported, 27 Nov. Reported, and Report considered in Part. Further Consideration of it adjourned, 3. 7. & 9 Dec. Resumed. Bill to be ingrossed. Read Third time, and debated. Passed, 8 Jan. Amendments, made thereto by the Lords, to be considered, 17 Feb. Disagreed to, and Committee to prepare Reasons, to be offered at a Conference thereon. Another Committee appointed to peruse the Bill, and report, whether it be fittest to have a Conference thereon, or a new Bill, 28 Apr.-Bill for bringing in the Revenue, settled in Trustees, for Maintenance of Ministers, read, 29 June.-Bill to increase their Maintenance in corporate Towns, ordered, 25 July. Read, 4 Mar. Committed. Resolution of the Committee, relating thereto, reported, and agreed to, 3 Apr.

Money, raised for publick Uses, and not pardoned by the Act of Oblivion, Bill for vesting it in the King, read, 29 June, & 6 July. Committed, 9 July. Reported, and to be ingrossed. Passed.
-, -Bills. Vide Bills.

Montgomery Election, and double Return, Report and Resolution relating thereto, 31 May.

Morley, Sir John, Petition against him read, and avowed, 15 May, 1661. King's Message in favour of him.
-, -Cuthbert, Bill for vesting Lands in his Creditors, read, 27 Feb. Committed, 3 Apr. Passed, 5 May.

Morris, Thomas, Esq; Report touching a Dispute between him and the Dean and Chapter of St. Paul's, and Order thereon, 12 Apr.

Moss-troopers, Bill against them, read, 3 Apr.

Mounson, Sir John. Vide Fens.
-, -Lord, to be brought to the Bar by the Warden of the Fleet, 29 June. Confesses his being concerned in the Proceedings against the late King, and to be included in the Bill of Pains and Penalties, 1 July.

Mountague, Geo. Esq; Proviso in his behalf added to the Earl of Cleveland's Bill, 28 June.

15° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 2. A. 1662 & 1663.

MADDER, Committee to inspect the Act relating thereto, 13 May. Report, and Clause, for repealing it, to be added to the Bill for Advancement of Trade, 5 June. Clause offered, and to be inserted in the Fishing Bill.

Marshalsea Court, Bill to regulate it, read, 13 June. Committed.

Marshes, salt and fresh, Bill for settling them, read, 25 June. Committed.

Members, interested in Bills, not to vote at the Committees thereon, 18 & 26 Mar.-absent at a Call, to be fined, 14 Apr. & 4 May.-Leave for several to be absent, notwithstanding the Order for a Call, 30 Apr.-excused for not attending, and struck out of the List of Defaulters, 6, 7, 8, 9, May.-One discharged of the Fine laid upon him.-absent at the first putting of a Question, not to vote therein, tho' present at the Second.-Leave to be of Counsel at the Lords, 2 June.-To pay the Sums ordered for the Officers of the House.-Leave to give Evidence at the Lords, eod. die.-to attend, upon Information of an intended Duel, 3 July. Vide Quarrel.

Merchants, Bill to enable them to assign Bills and Bonds, &c. read, 11 Apr. Committed. Reported, and re-committed, 26 June.

Mersey and Wever, Rivers, Bill to make them navigable, read, 5 Mar. Committed. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 3 Apr. Read third time, and Committee to prepare a Proviso to be added thereto. Committee revived, 20 May. Petition from Chester referred, 17 June.

Message, from the Lords, desiring certain Deeds, said to be in the Clerk's Hands, concerning Advowsons, and Rectories impropriate, belonging to several Peers, and Committee to enquire thereinto, 23 Feb. Answer, 19 Mar.-to acquaint the House of the Time appointed by the King to be attended, 31 Mar. & 6 Apr.-desiring a Conference upon a Message from him, 2 Apr.-acquainting the House with their Intention to adjourn for a certain Time.-desiring the House to be present at a Commission for passing Bills, 3 June.
-, -to the King, for Leave to attend him, 27 Feb.-to acquaint him of the Resolution of the House concerning the Manner of considering the Revenue and the Militia, 16 Mar.- of Thanks, for his Answer to the Petition about Priests and Jesuits, 2 Apr. Vide Priests.-concerning Writings in the Remembrancer's Hands, relating to Advowsons and impropriate Rectories, belonging to Members, and others.-of Thanks, upon his Message relating to Sir Richard Temple, 13 June. Vide Temple.
-, -from the King. Vide King.
-, -to the Deputy Remembrancer, concerning Writings in his Custody, relating to Advowsons, and impropriate Rectories, forced from Members, or others, 26 Mar.-to the Lord Treasurer, about Deane Forest, 6 May. Vide Deane Forest. -to the Earl of Bristol, concerning Sir Richard Temple, 26 June. Vide Temple.-to the Duke of York, concerning the Patentees for selling Wines, 27 July.
-, -to the Lords, to remind them of Bills, 10 & 13 July.

Milford Haven, Bill to erect a Light-house there, read, and rejected, 11 May.

Militia, Committee to peruse the Act relating thereto, 23 Feb. Report, and Bill for better ordering it, read, 3 Apr. Committed. Considered in the Committee, 9 Apr. 11. 15. 25. & 30, May; 3. 6. & 13, July. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 14 July. Passed. Agreed to by the Lords, with Amendments. Amendments considered, and agreed to.

Mines, royal, Bill to define them, read, 17 Mar. Committed. Reported, and re-committed, 14 May.

Ministers, in Corporations, Bill for increasing their Maintenance, ordered, 19 Feb. Read, 14 Mar. Committed. Considered in the Committee, 20 & 24 Mar. 2 & 4 Apr. & 20 May.

Mollineux, Lord, Bill to make void Conveyances, read, 3 July. Committed. Reported, and to be ingrossed. Passed.

Momma, Jacob, and others, their Petition read, and referred to a Committee, 21 May.

Morley, Cuthbert, Bill to vest Lands in his Creditors, read, 25 Feb. Committed, 6 Mar.

16° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 3. A. 1663 & 1664.

MADDER, Bill for planting it in England, read, 30 Mar. Committed, 5 Apr.

Malvern Chace, Bill for Disafforestation thereof, read, 1 Apr. Committed. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 2 May. Passed.

Marsh Lands, Bill for settling the Title thereof, ordered, 30 Mar. Read, 1 Apr. Committed.

Members, Leave to plead at the Lords, 23 & 26 Mar. & 22 Apr.-not attending at a Call, to be fined, 28 Mar.-Committee to consider of Expedients for their better Attendance, 12 May. Report, and Debate thereon not to be proceeded in.-To pay the Sums ordered for the Officers of the House.-One withdraws, during a Debate concerning him, and reprehended in his Place.

Merchant-adventurers, Petition of their Creditors read, and Bill on their behalf tendered, and read, 23 Mar. Another Bill, on behalf of the Merchant-adventurers, read, eod. die. Both Bills committed, and Instruction to the Committee thereon, 29 Mar. Petition of Merchant-adventurers of Newcastle, read, and referred, eod. die.

Merchants Ships, Bill to prevent their being yielded to Pirates, read, 22 Mar. Committed. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 26 Apr. Passed, 4 May.-Bill to prevent Frauds of Merchants, and others, in breaking, and compounding, ordered, 18 Apr.-Committee appointed to settle the Difference between them and the Customers, in relation to Fees.

Messages from the King. Vide King.
-, - from the Lords, to acquaint the House of the King's coming to pass a Bill, 5 Apr.-desiring the House to accompany them to the King.-to acquaint them of the Time appointed by him to be attended.-desiring a Conference upon his Answer to the Vote about the Dutch.-concerning his coming to end the Session, 14 May.
-, - to the Lords, to remind them of Bills, 13 May.-to acquaint them of the Loss of a Clause out of a Bill, reported from a Conference. Vide Conventicles.
-, - to the Lord Treasurer, and Chancellor of the Exchequer, concerning Deane Forest, 13 May.

Ministers in Corporations, Bill for their better Maintenance, ordered, 26 Mar. Read. Committed, 4 Apr. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 6 May. Read Third time, and debated. Debate resumed, and further adjourned, 10.

Money, in Arrear to the King, and the indigent Officers, Bill for collecting it, ordered, 7 May.

Morgan, Sir Tho. Petition of the Officers of his Regiment, read, and referred to a Committee, 27 Apr.

16° & 17° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 4. A. 1664.

MARSHES, and Marsh Lands, Bill to settle them, read, 25 Nov. Committed, and King's Counsel to be heard thereon, 2 Dec. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 6 Feb. Passed. Sent to the Lords.

Martin's le Grand, St. Debate whether it be taxable with London or Westminster, and Committee to consider thereof, 19 Dec. Petition of Inhabitants read, and Question for referring it, Neg. 13 Jan. Report, and to be taxed with London.

Medway, River, Bill, from the Lords, to make it navigable, 4 Feb. Read. Committed. Reported, with Amendments. Passed. Amendments agreed to by the Lords, 1 Mar.

Member, concerned in a Bill, having voted in a Question thereon, and Objection being made thereto, offers voluntarily to withdraw, 4 Feb.-Two Members summoned to attend the Service of the House at their Peril. Leave to several, to give Evidence at the Lords, 20 & 21.

Merchant-adventurers, Bill to relieve their Creditors, read, 14 Dec. Rejected.-Another Bill, for Relief of the Company, read, and rejected.

Message to the Lord Chancellor, touching the Delivery of Writs for new Elections, 25 Jan.
-, -from the King. Vide King.
-, -to the Lords, to remind them of Bills, 25 Feb.
-, -from the Lords, desiring a Conference upon a Message from the King, 28 Feb.

Micklethwaite, Jos. Bill, from the Lords, to sell Lands, read, 15 & 20 Feb. Passed.

Middlesex and Westminster, Debate about their being joined with London in the Bill of Assessment, adjourned, 16, 17. & 19, Dec. Resolutions touching the Sum to be assessed upon them, 25 Jan. Proviso, concerning new Buildings and Offices therein, added to the Bill.

Molins, John, Bill to enable him to redeem a Mortgage made to Sir Nath. Brent, read, 20 Jan. Committed. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 9 Feb. Passed.

Monmouth, County, to be eased in the Assessment, 15 Dec. Resolution touching the Sum to be abated, 13 Jan. Sum assessed thereon.

Mulgrave, Earl of, Bill, from the Lords, to enable him, and Sir Hugh Cholmley, to let Leases to the King, 27 Feb. Read. Question for committing it, Neg. 1 Mar.

17° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 5. A. 1665.

MAN, Isle of, Proviso, concerning it, added to the Bill to prevent Importation of foreign Cattle, 24 Oct.

Message, from the Lords, desiring a Conference upon a Message from the King, 9 Oct.-desiring the House to accompany them to him.-to acquaint the House of the Time appointed by him to be attended.
-, -to the Lords, to remind them of a Bill, 28 Oct.
-, -from the King. Vide King.
-, -of Thanks, to the University of Oxford, for their Loyalty to the King, and his Father, 31 Oct.

Ministers and Schoolmasters, non-conforming, Bill to suppress them, read, 14 Oct. Committed. Reported, and to be ingrossed. Passed. Agreed to by the Lords, with Amendments, and Amendments agreed to.

Murder. vide Treason.

18° & 19° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 6. A. 1666.

MANUFACTURES, native, Committee to consider of the Advance thereof, 22 Sept. Another Committee to inspect the Laws for restraining the Exportation of them, and to bring in a Bill for transporting them. Both Committees joined, 6 Oct. Resolutions, touching the Prohibition of French Manufactures, reported, and agreed to. Vide France. Petition from Gloucester referred, and Instruction thereon. Resolution, touching burying in Woollen, reported, and agreed to, and Bill ordered thereon, 16 Nov. Vide Woollen.

Marriages, clandestine, Bill to prevent them, read, 24 Sept. Rejected.

May, Baptist, Esq; his Petition referred to Committee of Elections, 16 Oct.

Members, not appearing at a Call, to be fined, 21 Sept. To be sent for in Custody, 29 Oct. Their Names to be called over again, 6. 13. & 30, Nov. & 1 Dec. Called over, and several sent for in Custody, and not to sit, without paying Fees, 15 Dec.-To receive the Sacrament, 29 Oct. Vide Sacrament.- to purge themselves touching Libels found in the House, and a Petition taken away, 3 Nov.-not to be of Counsel upon any Bill at the Lords, before it comes to the House.-sworn at the Table, and Absentees to attend another Time for that Purpose, eod. die.-going out of Town without Leave, to be sent for in Custody, 6 Nov. & 18 Dec.-give Evidence in a Cause depending before the House, 22 Nov,-One acknowleges his Offence, in striking a Person in Westminster-hall, and House to intercede for his Pardon, 3 Dec. Vide Saint John.-Leave for several to give Evidence at the Lords, 11 Dec. & 22 Jan. -Speaker to give Order for Discharge of their Servants arrested, 20 Dec.-Collection to be made from them for the Under-officers of the House, 2 Jan.-Defaulters upon another Call, to be called over again. Not excused, to be sent for in Custody. Several of them called, and Negative put upon the Question for proceeding therein, eod. die. List of those sent for in Custody, referred to a Committee, eod. die.
-, -Bill to punish those misrepresenting the Proceedings of the House, ordered, 22 Oct.-Bill to enforce their Attendance, ordered, 15 Dec. Read, 17 Jan. Committed. Reported, and Debate thereon adjourned.

Merchant-adventurers. Merchants. Vide France. .

Messages, from the King. Vide King.
-, - from the Lords, to acquaint the House of the Time appointed by the King to be attended, 25 Sept. 31 Oct. 21 Nov. & 29 Jan.-desiring them to appoint a Committee to attend him, 30 & 31 Oct. 17 Nov. & 28 Jan.-signifying their Refusal to proceed upon a Complaint, not delivered in the usual Manner, 12 Dec.-desiring a Conference upon the King's Answer concerning the taking of the publick Accounts, 2 Jan. Vide Accounts.-to acquaint the House of his coming to pass Bills.-desiring Members to give Evidence before them.
-, -of Thanks to the King, for his Care about the City, 28 Sept.-for the Proclamation issued against Papists, 14 Nov. Vide Priests.-for communicating the News of the Defeat of the Rebels in Scotland, 3 Dec.-desiring Leave to attend him.
-, - to the Lords, desiring them to appoint a Committee to take the publick Accounts upon Oath, 9 Nov. Vide Accounts.-to remind them of Bills, and other Business, 26 Nov. 14. 16. & 21, Jan.
-, - to the Lord Treasurer, concerning Money belonging to the indigent loyal Officers, 22 Dec. & 5 Feb.

Mildmay, Sir Henry, Bill to confirm a Decree for settling his Estate, read, 22 Oct. Committed. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 7 Dec. Passed. Agreed to by the Lords, with an Amendment, 16 Jan. Amendment agreed to.

Money. vide Coinage.

Monpolies, Committee to inspect the Laws against them, 1 Oct.

Mordant, Lord, his Proceedings against Mr. Tayleur voted illegal, and an Impeachment against him to be drawn up, 18 Dec. Another Resolution concerning him. Articles reported, and to be ingrossed. Read, and agreed to, and Precedents to be searched. Cenference, desired with the Lords thereon, agreed to, and held. Copy of his Answer sent from the Lords, 18 Jan. Read, and Lords desired to appoint a Day for proceeding, and their Answer reported. Leave to several Members to attend the Trial as Witnesses for Lord Mordant, and Lords desired to issue Summons for Witnesses in Support of the Impeachment. Direction to the Managers, and Report touching their Objection to Lord Mordant's being within the Bar, and to his having Counsel in Matter of Fact. Managers sent to receive the Lords Answer thereto, and Precedents to be searched. Precedents reported, and Resolutions thereon. Report touching the Delivery of them to the Lords, and their adhering to their Resolution concerning the Lord Mordant's being within the Bar, and Committee to prepare Reasons to be offered at a Conference thereon. Reasons reported, 1 Feb. Conference desired, and agreed to. Another Conference, desired by the Lords, held, and reported, and Committee to examine the Precedents cited by the Lords, in Support of their Resolution, eod. die. Report and Resolution of the House to adhere to their former Opinion, and free Confeference, desired with the Lords thereon, not assented to, 5 Feb. Conference desired with the Lords upon their Denial of a free Conference, and Committee to prepare Reasons to be offered thereat. Conference agreed to, and another free Conference, desired by the Lords, held, and reported. Another free Conference to be desired with the Lords, and an Entry to be made in the Journal, asserting the Proceedings of the House concerning the last, eod. die. Conference desired, 8 Feb. Moseley, Sir Edward, Bill for settling his Estate, read, 12 Jan.

12° Car. II. Parl. 1. A. 1660.

NATION. vide Kingdom.

Naturalization Bills. Vide Astley, Bedell, Boreel, Congnard, Derby, Hide, Oudart, Pierre, Sabran, Vanteythusen, and Wauchter.-Persons left out of a Naturalization Bill, not having taken the Oaths, 24 Aug.-not bringing Certificates of having taken the Sacrament, 24 Aug. & 12 Dec.

Navigation, Bill for Encouragement thereof, and Increase of Shipping, read, 15 Aug. Committed. Petition referred. Bill reported. To be ingrossed. Amended, and passed, 4 Sept. Sent to the Lords.

Navy, List of Ships thereof in Pay, and Account of Wages due to them, read, 16 May. State of the Debt of it, ordered, 17 July. Reported, and referred to a Committee, 2 Aug. Vide Army, Debts, and Supply.

Newcastle, Marquis of, Bill, from the Lords, to restore him to his Honours, & c. 23 Aug. Read. Committed. Reported, with Amendments, and passed, 6 Sept. Amendments agreed to by the Lords.

Newport, Free-school. Vide Haberdashers Company.

Newton, John, Bill for selling Lands for Payment of his Debts, read, 25 July. Committed, 2 Aug. Reported, and to be ingrossed. Passed, 26 Nov. Agreed to by the Lords, 27 Dec.

Nicholas, Dr. Petition, touching the Mastership of the Hospital of St. Nicholas, referred to a Committee, 18 June. Report, and Order for restoring him, and Lords desired to concur therein.

Noell Martin. Vide Piedmont.

Norfolk, Dukedom of, Bill for restoring it to the Earl of Arundell, brought from the Lords, and read, 24 Nov. Committed. Reported, and passed, 3 Dec.

Northampton, Election, Report and Resolution concerning it, 21 June.
-, - Hospital, Proviso, touching Leases made thereof, added to the Bill for College Leases, 11 Aug.

Northfolke, James, Esq; appointed Serjeant at Arms, 25 Apr. King desired to grant him a Patent, 11 Sept. Vide Serjeant.

Norton, Sir Gregory, excepted out of the Bill of Pardon, 9 June.
-, - Sir Hen. his Petition referred to the Committee upon the Bill of Attainder, 17 Nov.

Norwich, Petition from thence referred to the Committee upon the Excise Bill, 7 Aug.

Nye, Philip, excepted out of the Bill of Pardon, 18 June. Left out of the Exception, and incapacitated, 13 Aug.

13° & 14° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 1. A. 1661 & 1662.

NATURALIZATION Bills. Vide Brudenell, Ferrers, Hessen, Pla, Sabran, Shrewsbury, Throckmorton, and Wentworth. -Persons named in a Naturalization Bill, not paying Fees, ordered to attend the Speaker, 19 Dec. Their Names to be struck out of the Bill, 7 Feb. To attend the House, to answer their Contempt, 10 Apr.-Names of several Merchantstrangers struck out of a Naturalization Bill, and new Bill to be brought in for them apart, 7 Feb. To be brought in without paying new Fees.

Navy, Report from the Commissioners for paying it, delivered in, 11 July. Vide Army.-Bill, from the Lords, to establish Articles for better Government thereof, 15 July. Read. Committed. Reported, and passed, with Amendments. Amendments agreed to by the Lords.-Bill to settle the Rates of Carriages for the Navy and Ordnance, ordered, 18 Apr. Read. Committed. Reported, 3 May. Passed.

Nevill, Mr. Bill to sell Lands for Payment of his Debts, read, 7 June. Committed. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 12 Mar. Passed. Agreed to by the Lords, with Amendments, 12 Apr. Amendments agreed to.
-, - Henry and Edward, their Petition referred to the Committee upon Lord Abergavenny's Bill, 8 July.

Newburgh, Lord. Vide Privileges.

Newcastle under Lyne, Clause for the Copyholders thereof, added to the Bill for the Tenants of Rannes, 15 July.

Newgate, Keeper of, to bring Prisoners in his Custody to the House, 19 Feb. & 24 Mar.

Newport, in Essex, Bill for selling Lands, for Maintenance of the Free-school there, to be read, 28 Feb.
-, - in Cornwall, Petition, touching the Election, read, and referred to Committee of Elections, 24 Mar. 1661. Hearing adjourned, 29 Apr. 1662. Order touching the Examination of Witnesses thereon, 10 May.

Norfolk, Dukedom of, Bill to confirm the Act for restoring it to the Earl of Arundell, read, 26 Nov. Committed. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 5 Dec. Passed. Agreed to by the Lords.

Northampton, Election, and double Return, Petition, relating thereto, referred to the Committee of Elections, and Sheriff to attend, 17 May, 1661. Report touching the Returns, and Resolutions thereon. Further Report, and Election declared void, and Mayor ordered into Custody, 13 June. His Petition read. Discharged.-Petition of Sir Wm. Dudley, concerning another Election, to be received, tho' not presented within the limited Time, 24 Mar. Report, and Election of Sir James Langham declared void, 26 Apr. 1662.

Norwich and Norfolk Stuffs, Bill to regulate the making of them, read, 28 Nov. Committed, 2 Dec. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 4 Feb. Read Third time, and Petition of Woolcombers read, and Bill amended, and passed. Agreed to by the Lords, with Amendments, 24 Apr. Amendments agreed to, with an Amendment, and Conference desired with the Lords thereon, 13 May. Conference agreed to, and held.
-, - Petition of the Corporation read, and Bill for repairing the Walls, and cleansing the River, ordered, 26 Feb. Read. Committed, 8 Mar.

Nottinghamshire Election, Report and Resolution concerning it, 22 July.

Nye, Philip. Vide Records.

15° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 2. A. 1662 & 1663.

NATURALIZATION Bills. Vide Didier, Jacob, Killigrew, Piere, and Willoughby.

Navigation, Act of, Complaint of the Violation thereof, and King to be moved for a Proclamation to enforce it, 10 July.

Navy, Petition of Merchants, and others, Creditors thereof, read, 16 June. Referred to the Committee upon the Subsidy Bill, 3 July.-Another Petition read, and referred to a Committee. Report.

Newcastle Coals. Vide Revenue.

Newport, John, Esq; Bill to make void a Fine, read, 6 Mar. Committed. Special Report relating thereto, and Committee ordered to proceed, 6 Apr. Bill reported, and to be ingrossed, 8 May. Passed.

Nonconformists. vide Sectaries.

Norfolk, Bill for preventing Sea Breaches, and draining certain Fen-grounds therein, read, 21 Feb. Rejected, 10 Mar.

Northampton Election, Report and Resolution concerning it, and Return amended, 9 Apr.

Northcot, Samuel, his Petition, concerning the Post Office, read, and referred to the Committee upon the Revenue, 9 May.

Norwich, City of, to have a Copy of the Petition of the Woolcombers of Suffolk, 3 June.

16° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 3. A. 1663 & 1664.

NATURALIZATION Bill. Vide Sayer.-Resolution of the Committee for Advancement of Trade, touching a Bill for a general Naturalization, reported, 2 May. Debated, and disagreed to.

Navy, Bill to prevent Disturbances and Abuses therein, read, 26 Mar. Committed. Reported, and to be ingrossed. Passed, 2 Apr. Agreed to by the Lords, with Amendments, and Amendments agreed to.-Petition of Merchants, and other Creditors of the Navy, read, and referred to a Committee, 20 Apr.

Nothampton Election, Petition of Sir H. Yelverton, concerning it, read, and referred to the Committee of Elections, 5 Apr. Order for hearing. Report and Resolutions concerning it.

16° & 17° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 4. A. 1664.

NATURALIZATION, Bill of. Vide Comes. Navy, Petition on behalf of the Creditors thereof, tendered, 19 Dec. Read, and referred to a Committee, 14 Jan. Report and Resolution relating thereto. Committee to receive Proposals for their Satisfaction, 10 Feb. An Expedient reported, and disagreed to.

Nevill, Henry, Esq; Vide Kirkby.

Norfolk, Northampton, County, Northumberland, Newcastle, and Berwick, Norwich, Nottingham, County, and Town, Sums charged thereon in the Bill of Assessment, 26 Jan.

Norton, Major, Esq; his Petition referred to Committee of Elections, 23 Feb.

17° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 5. A. 1665.

NATURALIZATION, Bill of. Vide Blancquefort. Nonconformists. Vide Ministers.

18° & 19° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 6. A. 1666.

NATURALIZATION Bill. Vide Arlington, Frazer, and Holles.

Navy and Ordnance, Accounts relating thereto ordered, 21 Sept. Presented, and referred to a Committee. To be signed, 1 Oct. To be brought to the Committee. Report concerning them, and Extracts from the Records delivered in, and referred. Vide Accounts.-Bill to preserve Stores belonging to the Navy, and prevent Disturbances of Seamen, read, 18 Jan. Committed. Reported. Passed. Agreed to by the Lords, 5 Feb.-Clause for appropriating Money for Payment of the Navy, referred to a Committee 19 Jan. Vide Assessment.

Newport School, Clause for taxing Lands belonging thereto, offered to the Bill of Assessment, and rejected 21 Jan.

Noel, Lady, Bill from the Lords, to supply Part of her Jointure, 22 Oct. Read. Committed. Reported, 12 Nov. Passed, 19 Dec.

Nonconformists, to be double taxed in the Poll-bill, 17 Nov. Amendment, made thereto by the Lords, by leaving out the Clause for that Purpose, agreed to, 7 Jan.

Norris, Lord, Bill to vest his Estate in Trustees, read, 14 Dec. Committed. Special Report touching a Trustee in Ireland, and Committee to proceed, 19 Jan. Bill reported, and to be ingrossed. Passed.

12° Car. II. Parl. 1. A. 1660.

OAKEHAMPTON Election, and double Return, Report and Resolution relating thereto, 27 Apr.

Oaths of Supremacy and Allegiance, King to be moved to order them to be taken, 29 May, & 11 June. Lord Steward desired to administer them to some of the Members, and to grant a Commission for administering them to the rest, 2 June. Administered by him, and the Commissioners appointed for that Purpose. Form of them, eod. die. Commissioners to Examine what Members had taken them, 6 June. Report, and Orders for administering them to the Army and Navy. -Clause to subject Persons, refusing to take them, to pay double Taxes, added to the Poll-bill, 10 July. Disagreed to by the Lords, and adhered to by the Commons, 2 Aug. Conference thereon reported, and Clause left out, and Lords to be acquainted with the Reasons, which induced the House not to insist upon it.

Oblivion, Bill of. Vide Pardon.

Officers of the Army, their Address to General Monck, read, 2 May.
-, - of Justice. Vide Declaration.
-, - of the House. Vide House.

Offices, and Titles of Honour, Bill to avoid certain Grants of them, presented, and read, 19 May. Committed.-Bill touching Purchasers of Offices to be read, 3 Aug.-Bill from the Lords, concerning Patents and Grants of Honours and Offices, made during the late Troubles, 6 Sept. Read twice, and committed. Reported, and Debate thereon adjourned, 17 Dec.

Ogilby, Mr. Order for Payment of 50£. to him for a Bible presented to the House, 27 Dec.

Okey, John, excepted out of the Bill of Pardon, as to Pains and Penalties, 9 June. Excepted for Life, 9 July.

Orders. vide Amendments, Bills, Committees, Elections, House, Members, Privileges, and Returns.-Order against seizing Goods, but by legal Authority, and known Officers, 21 May. -Several made by the Lords, referred to a Committee, 4 July. -One to be printed, 15 Nov.-for taking up the Bodies of Oliver Cromwell, Bradshaw, Ireton, and Pride, and hanging them at Tyburn, 4 Dec. Addition thereto. Agreed to by the Lords with an Amendment, and Amendment agreed to.

Ordinances. vide King, and Supply.

Ormond, Marquis of, Bill for restoring him to his Estate, read twice, and committed, 18 July. Reported, and to be ingrossed. Passed.

Oswald, St. Hospital, in Worcestershire, Proviso touching Leases, made by Simon Moore, Master thereof, added to the Bill for College Leases, 11 Aug.

Oudart, Nicholas, Esq; Bill to naturalize him, and others, read, 9 Aug. Committed. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 12 Dec. Passed. Agreed to by the Lords, with an Amendment, and Amendment agreed to.

Overton, Borough, Petition from thence about sending Members to Parliament, read, and Question for referring it to the Committee of Elections, Neg. 13 July.

Owen, John, Stationer to the House. Vide House.

Oxford, University, Petition from thence read, and referred to a Committee, 25 June.
-, -City, Commissioners, named for it in the Poll-bill, to be Commissioners for the Three Months Assessment, 6 July.

13° & 14° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 1. A. 1661 & 1662.

OATHS of Allegiance and Supremacy, administered by the Lord Steward, and his Deputies, 8 May, 1661. Commissioners to examine what Members had taken them. Order revived, 21 May, & 13 June.

Oblivion, Act of. Vide Acts.

Officers Cashiered. Vide Address.-maimed and indigent. Vide Loyalists.

Ogilby, John, his Petition concerning the Sum of 50£. ordered him by the last Parliament, and Order thereon, 8 July.

Okeover, Rowland, Esq; Bill to sell Lands, read, 5 June. Committed. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 23 Jan. Passed, 15 Feb. Agreed to by the Lords, with an Amendment, 14 Mar. Amendment agreed to.

Orders. vide Bills, Committees, Elections, House, Marshal, and Members-Question for Liberty to debate an Order, Neg. 22 May, 1661.-Leave given to speak against one, 16 Dec. -One to be printed, 21 Apr. 1662.

Orlibeare, Geo. Bill to revive a Settlement made by him, read, 18 May, 1661. Committed. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 21 June. Passed.

Ormond, Marquis of. Vide Acts.

Oxford University, Debate upon the Precedency thereof before Cambridge, 14 Dec.

15° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 2. A. 1662 & 1663.

OATS, when to be exported, 2 June.

Officers, in the late King's Service, their Petition read, and referred to a Committee, 12 Mar. Petition of Widows of several slain in the Service, presented. Read, and referred. Bill to explain a former Act for their Relief, read, 12 June. Committed. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 8 July. Read Third time, and Committee to pen a Clause and Proviso, to be added. Reported, and Bill passed, eod. die. Agreed to by the Lords, with Amendments, and Amendments agreed to, 24 July.

Offices, Committee to inspect the Act against Sale of them, 13 Apr. Report, and Bill to prevent it, ordered, 2 May. Read. Committed. Reported, and re-committed, 2 June. -Bill for disposing of them to Persons conforming to the Church, ordered 5 May.

Orders. vide Amendments, Bills, Committees, House, and Questions.-An Order amended, 15 May.-Discharged.

Oswald, St. Hospital, Bill for Regulation of it, read, 30 Mar. Committed, 1 Apr. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 11 May. Passed. Agreed to by the Lords, 19 June.

Owse, River, Bill to make it navigable, read, 10 Mar.

Oxfordshire Election, Hearing put off, 18 June.

16° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 3. A. 1663 & 1664.

OFFICERS, loyal and indigent, Report from the Commissioners appointed to execute the Act for distributing 60,000£. amongst them, and Petition on their behalf read, and referred to a Committee, 31 Mar. Report, and Receivers for Cornwall, Lancaster, Monmouth, and Rutland, sent for in Custody, for not paying in the Money by them received, and the Receivers for Westmorland and Anglesey to be summoned to account, 2 Apr. Deputy Receiver of Lancaster sent for in Custody. Petition for the Receiver for Rutland read, and referred, and Committee to examine several Persons charged with detaining Money in their Hands belonging to the said Officers, 3 May. Report touching the Receiver for Rutland, and Order for his Discharge, upon giving Security, 7 May. Farther Instruction to the Committee, and Bill for better collecting Money in Arrear, ordered, eod. die.

Orrorey, Earl of, Bill from the Lords, for confirming Part of Froomezelwood Forest to him, 4 May. Read, and Negative put upon the Question for a second Reading.

16° & 17° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 4. A. 1664.

OBLIVION, Act of. Vide Pardon.

Officers, loyal and indigent, Committee to take the Account of the Money collected for them, 29 Nov. Additional Order, 2 Dec. Report touching a Sum in the Hands of the Receiver for Cornwall, and Order for his being sent for in Custody. Farther Report, and Bill for imprisoning, and selling the Estates of, Persons neglecting to pay in the Money by them received, ordered, 13 Feb. Report from Commissioners, appointed to execute the Act concerning the said Officers, delivered in, and Committee to examine it. Report touching a forged Letter of Attorney in the Name of several of the said Officers, 2 Mar.

Order discharged, 11 Feb.

Outrim, Dr. desired to preach, 19 Jan. Thanked, & c. 31.

Outwood Common, Bill to improve it, read, 5 Dec. Committed, 14.

Oxford, County, Sum charged thereon in the Bill of Assessment, 26 Jan.

17° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 5. A. 1665.

OATH and Declaration, Bill to enjoin the taking of them, read, 26 Oct. Question for committing it, Neg. 27.

Oxford University. Vide Message.

18° & 19° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 6. A. 1666.

OATHS, King's Commission for administering them read, 6 Nov. Taken by the Speaker, and Members present, and Absentees to attend for that Purpose, eod. die.

Officers, and Soldiers, Bill to regulate them, read, 27 Sept.
-, -loyal and indigent, Complaint of the Money belonging to them being detained by the Receivers, and several of them sent for in Custody, and Committee to examine it, 2 Oct. Farther Orders relating thereto, 19 Oct. & 15 Dec. Report, and Orders thereon, 22 Dec. Farther Report, and Message to the Lord Treasurer thereon, 5 Feb.

Offices, how to be taxed in the Poll-bill, 17 Nov.

Orders, Vide Bills, Footmen, House, Journals, and Members. -Question for Leave to speak against an Order, Neg. 7 Dec. -One to be printed in the Gazette.

Outrim, Dr. desired to preach at the Fast, 24 Sept. Thanked, 4 Oct. Desired to print his Sermon. To preach at the Sacrament. Thanked, 10 Dec.

Outwood Common, Bill to inclose it, read, 18 Oct. Committed, 27.

Owen, Hugh, Esq; his Petition referred to Committee of Elections, 7 Dec.

12° Car. II. Parl. 1. A. 1. 1660.

PACK, Christopher, excepted out of the Bill of Pardon, 16 June. Left out of the Exception, and incapacitated, 13 Aug.

Packer, John, his Examination reported, 19 May.

Palatine, Prince Elector, his Letter to the House read, and to be communicated to the King, 23 July.

Pamphlets, concerning the Proceedings of the House, complained of, 25 June. Vide Privileges.-Several others complained of, and Committee to inquire thereinto, 30 June; 3 July; and 9 Aug.-Another, called "The long Parliament revived," complained of, 13 Nov. Vide Parliament.

Papists and Recusants, Committee to consider of Means for putting the Laws against them in Execution, 22 May. Declaration against them presented, and read. Read a Second time, and another ordered. A Proclamation to be brought in instead of it. Read, and agreed to, and Lords desired to concur therein.-Committee to inform themselves of Money remaining in the Hands of Receivers of Papists Estates, 23 June. Report, 14 July. Clause for discovery of Recusants, tendered to the Poll-bill, and laid aside, 10 July. Vide Oaths.

Pardon and Oblivion, Bill presented, and read, 9 May. Debate thereon adjourned. Seven of the late King's Judges to be excepted thereout for Life and Estate. Debate resumed, and Bill committed. To be reported, 23 & 26. Reported. Proceedings thereon, 31 May, 1, 2 & 4 June. The Seven Persons, to be excepted for Life and Estate, to be named, in the House, 5 June. Named 5 & 6. Declaration about laying hold of the Pardon offered by the King, resolved, and Committee to draw it. Reported, and to be presented to the King, eod. die. Several other Persons, to be excepted for Life and Estate, named, eod. die. Proviso, touching the Persons summoned by Proclamation to surrender, to be drawn, and added to the Bill, 8 June. Resolution touching the Persons to be excepted in respect of Pains and Penalties, eod. die. Bill farther proceeded on, and several excepted accordingly, 9. 11, 12, 13, 14, 15 & 16 June. King's Message, recommending the Dispatch of it, delivered, and several other Persons excepted. Bill farther considered, and re-committed. Reported, and to be ingrossed. Read third time. Proceedings thereon. 29 & 30, June; 2. 4 & 6 July. Farther Proceedings thereon, and Proviso touching Estates, purchased from Persons excepted, read twice, and Committed. 7 July. Reported, and to be added. Bill farther proceeded on, and several other Persons excepted for Life and Estate, not having surrendered, eod. die. Bill passed, and sent to the Lords, 11 July. Message, recommending the Dispatch of it, 19, Heads of a Conference upon the same Subject, reported, 9 Aug. Bill returned from the Lords, with Amendments, and some of them disagreed to. Further considered, and some others disagreed to, and others amended, and Bill, and Amendments, to be returned to the Lords. Free Conference, desired by the Lords thereon, agreed to, and held. Report, and Proceedings thereon, and Committee to consider of one of the Amendments, adhered to by the Lords, for excepting, for Life, some of the King's Judges, who surrendered. Report concerning it, and Committee to prepare Heads of another free Conference thereon. An Expedient touching it reported, and Conference agreed to, and held. Another free Conference, desired by the Lords thereon, agreed to, and held. Reasons, offered by the Lords thereat, for adhering to the said Amendment, and to their Amendment for excepting Sir H. Vane, and others, for Life, reported, and Committee to prepare Heads of another free Conference thereon. Heads reported, and Resolutions and Proceedings thereon, and Conference agreed to. Another free Conference, desired by the Lords, held, and reported, and Clause offered by them, for suspending Execution, in case of the Attainder of any of the Persons who surrendered, agreed to, and Committee to amend the Bill accordingly. Report, and Proceedings thereon, and Bill sent to the Lord. Another free Conference, desired by the Lords, held, and reported, and Resolution touching the Name of Mr. Carew, inserted by the Commons amongst those who surrendered, eod. die. Bill returned to the Lords, and King to be moved for the Royal Assent, eod. die.-Question for the Committee, who brought in the Bill of Pardon, to prepare the other Bill of Pains and Penalties, Neg. 21 June.-Order for moving the King not to dispose of the Estates of those excepted, till his Brothers should be provided for, 1 Sept. Agreed to by the Lords.-against Payment of Money due to any of them. Clause, touching those excepted as to Pains and Penalties, to be inserted in the Bill of Attainder, if convenient, 7 Nov. Bill to be brought in for that Purpose, 4 Dec.

Pargiter, Mr. removed from being a Commissioner of Excise, 15 Aug.

Parliament, meets, 25 Apr. Bill to confirm it, read twice, and committed, 4 May. Reported, and to be ingrossed, eod. die. Passed, 5 May. Agreed to by the Lords, with Amendments, and Amendments agreed to. Returned to the Lords. -Bill for maintaining the Rights thereof, and confirming the fundamental Laws, read, 23 May. Committed. Reported, and re-committed, 7 June. Reported, and to be ingrossed. Passed, 3 July. King's Message, concerning a Recess thereof, Communicated by the Lords at a Conference, and free Conference desired with them thereon, 31 Aug. Agreed to, and Reasons to be offered thereat for both Houses adjourning themselves, 1 Sept. Another free Conference, desired by the Lords, agreed to, and held, and King's Assent to the Desire of the House, reported.-Pamphlet, called "The long Parliament revived," complained of, and Committee of Privileges to examine it, 13 Nov. Printer sent for in Custody, and Author examined, and committed Report of offenfive Passages therein, and Author to be impeached. Vide Drake. Printer released.-Parliament dissolved, 29 Dec.

Patents. vide Office.

Peck, Henry, Esq; Committee to consider of a Debt due to him upon several Orders of Parliament, 23 June. Report, and Order for Payment, 14 July. Order sent to the Lords. Question for charging his Debt upon the Excise, Neg. 22 Aug. Order for that Purpose, 12 Nov. Agreed to by the Lords, with Amendments, and Amendments agreed to, 10 Dec.

Peers, Proviso for assessing them by Commissioners to be appointed by the Lords, added by them to the Poll-bill, disagreed to, 2 Aug. Conference thereon reported, and Commissioners, named by the Lords, agreed to, and Salvo, touching the Right of the House, in relation to that Matter, to be drawn, and entered in the Journal, 15. A like Proviso, added by the Lords to the supplemental Poll-bill, disagreed to, 12 Sept. Conference thereon reported, and another Proviso, offered by the Lords instead of the former, agreed to, eod. die.-Proviso, touching the assessing of Peers, added by the Commons to the other additional Poll-bill, 18 Dec. Another, touching the same, added by the Lords to the said Bill, disagreed to.

Conference thereon reported, and Proviso, with Alterations made thereto by the Lords, agreed to.-Proviso, for saving the Rights of Peers, added by the Lords to the Bill for Six Months Assessment, agreed to,. A like Proviso, added by them to the Bill for one Month's Assessment, agreed to.

Pelham, Peregrine, excepted out of the Bill of Pardon, as to Pains and Penalties, 9 June.

Pennington, Isaac, excepted as to Pains and Penalties, 9 June. Surrenders. Inserted in the Clause for suspending Execution, in case of Attainder, 28 Aug.

Perry, Lieutenant-colonel, Petition touching a Debt due to him upon account of the Garison of Taunton, and Order thereon, 18 July.

Peterborough Election, Report and Resolution concerning it, 26 May.

Peters, Hugh, sent for in Custody, 7 June. Information against him read, and to be excepted out of the Bill of Pardon, 18.

Petitions to the King. Vide Address.-Memorial to be entered in the Journal upon Occasion of a Petition presented to the Lords and by them recommended to the House, 3 Sept.

Phelpes, John, one of the Clerks of the high Court of Justice, to be secured, 14 May. Excepted out of the Bill of Pardon, 9 June.-Committee to secure Books and Records in his Hands, belonging to the Publick, 16 May. Report touching them, and Order thereon, eod. die. Farther Report, 18 May. Order, brought from the Lords, concerning them, read, and agreed to, and an Inventory of them to be taken, 23. To remain in the Custody of the Clerk, 6 Aug.

Pickering, Sir Gilbert, his Petition read, and to be excepted out of the Bill of Pardon, as to Pains and Penalties, 9 June. Amendment made by the Lords, for allowing him the Benefit thereof, agreed to, 11 Aug. His Name to be inserted in the Clause of Incapacity.

Piedmont and Poland, Protestants of, Report touching the Money collected for them, and Order for charging it upon the Excise, 11 May. Bill to secure Part thereof, sent to Alderman Tems and Mr. Noell, read, 29 Aug. To be ingrossed, 4 Sept. Read Third time, and Proviso for Mr. Noell read twice, and committed. Reported, and added, and Bill passed, 10. Agreed to by the Lords, with Amendments, and Amendments agreed to, 17 Dec.-Clause for getting in the Money collected for the Protestants of Poland, to be inserted in the Bill for Redemption of Captives.

Pierre, Peter and John, Bill for naturalizing them, read, 15 June. To be ingrossed. Passed, 12 July. Sent to the Lords, 14.

Pinkard, Adrian' her Information read, and referred to the Committee appointed to receive Informations of the like Nature, 22 May.

Plymouth, double Return, Report and Resolution concerning it, 27 Apr.-touching the Election, 9 June.

Poll-bill, towards raising the Supply, ordered, 19 May. Presented, and read, 12 June. Committed, 21. Proceeded on, 26. To be farther proceeded in, 27 June, & 2 July. Reported, and Lists of Commissioners to be brought in, and signed, 3 July. Delivered in, and considered. Farther considered, and Bill to be ingrossed. Committee to consider of Alterations to be made therein. Report, and Proceeding thereon, 10. Bill amended, and passed. Agreed to by the Lords, with Amendments. Some of them disagreed to, 2 Aug. Bill sent back to the Lords, 7. Free Conference desired by the Lords thereon, agreed to, and held, 14. Reported, and Amendments (except one of them, agreed to, and another free Conference to be desired with the Lords thereon, and Instruction to the Managers. Conference agreed to. Bill returned with a Message, signifying the Lords Concurrence. Printed Copies of it to be sent into the Country. King to be moved for a Proclamation about it. Letter to the Lord Mayor, to hasten the Payment of the Money thereon, read, and to be signed by the Speaker, and like Letters to be sent to the Commissioners in the Country, 1 Sept. -Bill for supplying Defects therein, read twice, and committed, 10 Sept. Reported, and Committee appointed to consider of the Defects in the Poll-bill, and the Remedies to be applied. Report and Proceedings thereon, and Bill to be ingrossed, eod. die. Passed, 12 Sept. Agreed to by the Lords, with Amendments, and one of them disagreed to, and Conference desired with the Lords thereon, agreed to, and held, eod. die. Free Conference, desired by the Lords thereon, agreed to, and held, and another Amendment, delivered by the Lords instead of the former, reported, and agreed to, eod. die. Royal Assent, 13 Sept.-Another Bill for supplying Defects in the Poll-bill, ordered, 6 Nov. Presented and read. Committed. Instruction and Addition to the Committee, 3 Dec. Bill reported, and to be ingrossed. Commissioners added. Bill read Third time, and Clause, to be added thereto, to be prepared. Reported, and added, and Bill amended, and passed. Agreed to by the Lords, with Amendments. Some of them disagreed to, and Conference, desired with the Lords thereon, agreed to, and held. Free Conference, desired by the Lords thereon, agreed to, and held, eod. die. Reported, and Amendments, sent from the Lords, agreed to, 29 Dec. Royal Assent, eod. die.

Polonia, Protestants of. Vide Piedmont.

Pomfrett Election, Report and Resolution concerning it, 16 May.

Porter, Geo. Esq; Proviso, for saving his Right, tendered to the Bill for the Post Office, and dropt, 5 Dec.

Ports to be stopt, 17 & 21 May. Vide Charles I.

Port Towns. Vide Sea-ports.

Portugal Merchants, their Petition read, 21 July.

Post Office, Bill for establishing it, read, 29 Aug. Committed, 6 Sept. Order for continuing the Persons employed therein till the Re-assembling of the Parliament, 12. Agreed to by the Lords, eod. die. Committee revived, 7 & 23 Nov. Bill reported, and re-committed, and Clause to oblige Persons, employed in the Office, to take the Oaths, to be added, 5 Dec. Report, and Proceedings thereon. Bill passed. Agreed to by the Lords, with Amendments, and Amendments agreed to, 22. Royal Assent.-Persons instrumental in improving the Revenue of the Office, to be recommended to the King.

Potter, Vincent, excepted out of the Bill of Pardon, 9 June. Inserted in the Clause for suspending Execution, in case of Attainder, 28 Aug.

Powell, Lady, Proviso, relating to her, referred to the Committee upon the Bill of Pardon, 23 May. Read, and rejected, 7 July.
-, -Mr. Debt upon the Court of Wards to be considered, 26 June.
-, -Sir Edward, Bill, from the Lords, to make void Fines levied on him, 13 Dec. Read.

Press, Bill for remedying the Abuses thereof, ordered, 24 Aug.

Preston Election, Report concerning it, and declared void, 20 June.
-, -in Suffolk, Bill to consolidate the Rectory and Vicarage thereof, read, 31 Aug. Committed, 10 Nov. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 8 Dec. Passed. Agreed to by the Lords, with Amendments, and Amendments agreed to.

Price, Mr. desired to preach, 26 Apr. Thanked, 10 May.

Pride, Thomas, to be attainted by Act of Parliament, 15 May. Vide Attainder. His Body to be taken up, and hanged at Tyburn, 4 Dec.

Priests and Jesuits, Declaration, for putting the Laws in Execution against them, to be drawn, 24 May. A Proclamation to be brought in, instead of it. Reported, and agreed to, and Lords desired to concur therein.

Princess Royal, Order for presenting her with 10,000£. 13 Sept. Agreed to by the Lords, eod. die. Her Letter of Thanks thereon read, 8 Nov. Congratulatory Message to her on her Return to England, 6 Nov. Her Answer reported.
-, -Henrietta. Vide Henrietta.

Printers, to the House, to be appointed by the Speaker, 5 May. Vide House.-Several complained of. Vide Privileges.- Petition of John Streator and John Meacock, Printers, read, 11 Sept. Order for Payment of Money due to them, 12 Dec.

Prisoners, in Newgate, Pardon for several of them referred to a Committee, 27 Apr.-in the Serjeant's Custody, List of them read, and several discharged, 11 Sept. Another List read, and Privy Council to give Orders about them.

Privileges, Committee, appointed, 26 Apr.-Dispute between the Two Houses about a Matter of Privilege, upon Occasion of the Orders concerning the late King's Judges, 21 & 22 May.-Persons, disobeying the Orders of a Committee, sent for in Custody.-making Discoveries of Money due to the Publick, to have Privilege, 23 June.-Several Printers complained of, for printing the Proceedings of the House, and Committee to examine it, 25 June; 3 July; & 24 Aug. Some of them sent for in Custody, 24 Aug. Discharged, 10 & 11 Sept.-Several Orders of the Lords, touching Privileges, read, and Committee to consider of them, and prepare Heads of a Conference thereon, 4 July.-Persons, concerned in arresting one of the Serjeant's Deputies, sent for in Custody. Discharged.-Privilege prayed for Sir John Stapeley's Servant arrested, and Committee to examine a Certificate of the Case produced.-Complaint of the Black Rod's detaining a Prisoner, carried by the Serjeant to the Lords, and Order thereon.-Person, serving a Subpoa upon a Member, sent for in Custody.-Committee to examine, whether the summoning of a Member to be examined in a Cause before the Lords, be a Breach of Privilege, 20 -A Person committed for intruding into the House, 1 Aug. -A Constable sent for in Custody, for sending a Member to the Compter. Discharged.-A Person summoned to answer his taking a Writ from the Clerk of the Crown, and keeping the same unexecuted.-A Salvo, touching the Privilege of the House only to name Commissioners in Money Bills, to be drawn, and entered in the Journal.-A Person having been in Custody, and going away without paying Fees, ordered into Custody again, eod. die.-Parties, concerned in arresting Mr. Cooper's Servant, sent for in Custody, 27 Aug. Servant to have Privilege, 3 Sept. Parties discharged.-Persons, concerned in arresting the Speaker's Chaplain, sent for in Custody, 30 Aug.-arresting a Servant to the Provost-marshal, sent for in Custody, and Speaker to give Order for their Discharge, 12 Sept.-Member allowed to stand to, or wave, his Privilege, as he thinks fit, 8 Nov.-Committee to examine a Complaint against the Lieutenant of the Tower, for detaining a Member, and one of the Warders sent for in Custod.-A Book, intituled, "The long Parliament revived," complained of, and Committee to examine. Vide Parliament.-Persons, accused of forging a Member's Hand to a Protection, sent for in Custody, and Declaration thereupon concerning the Persons entitled to Privilege.-Party complained of, for assaulting a Member, sent for in Custody, and Committee to examine it, 16 Nov.-giving abusive Language to a Member, sent for in Custody.-Persons, concerned in prosecuting a Cause against Sir Francis Lawley, sent for in Custody, and Sheriff to stay Proceedings, 6 Dec. Complaint of the Serjeant's Deputies being resisted in Execution of the Order, and Resolution thereon.

Prize Goods, Order for taking an Account of them, 16 June. Report touching the Debt due from the Collectors, and Orders thereon.

Process. vide Courts of Justice.

Proclamations. Vide Address, Charles I. Entries, Ireland, King, and Priests.

Profaneness, King to be moved for a Proclamation, and Bill ordered, against it, 20 July. Vide Lord's Day, and Swearing.

Protections, written, declared void, 15 Nov.

Protestant Religion. Vide Religion.

Protestants of Piedmont and Poland. Vide Piedmont.

Protestation, to be taken by the Members about a Bill lost from the Table, 21 Aug.

Provisoes. vide Amendments, Bills, and Clauses.

Provost-marshal, Petition for Payment of the Salary due to him, and his Officers, read, and referred to a Committee, 23 June. Order for Payment, 14 July. Sent to the Lords. Question for charging it upon the Excise, Neg. 22 Aug. Other Orders relating thereto, 11 & 13 Sept. Another Petition read, and referred to a Committee, 18 Dec. Report, and Order thereon, 27. Parties, arresting one of his Servants, sent for in Custody, 12 Sept.

Puckle, James, ordered into Custody, for assisting in the Escape of one of the late King's Judges, 31 May. Discharged, 13 June.

Pudsey, Peter, Proviso, concerning him, tendered to the Bill of Pardon, rejected, 7 July.

Purefoy, Wm. excepted out of the Bill of Pardon, 9 June.

Purveyance. vide Wards, Court of.

Pyne, John, excepted out of the Bill of Pardon, 18 June. Lest out of the Exception, and incapacitated, 13 Aug.

13° & 14° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 1. A. 1661 & 1662.

PACKINGTON, Sir John, Bill for vacating Conveyances passed by him, read, 17 May.

Pains and Penalties, Bill of. Vide Regicides.

Pamphlets, seditious, Bill to suppress them, ordered, 3 July. Vide Press.-Complained of. Vide Privileges.

Paper and Parchment, sealed, Bill for a Duty thereon, towards the Revenue, ordered, 23 July. Read, 18 Feb. Committed.

Pardon and Oblivion, Act of, Bill for confirming it, read, 13 May. Vide Acts.-Persons, excepted thereout, to be proceeded against, 26 June. Vide Regicides.

Parliament meets, 8 May, 1661. Prorogued, 19 May, 1662.
-, -triennial, Bill, to repeal the Act for it, ordered, 3 Apr.

Parson's Green, Bill, from the Lords for inclosing the Highway from thence to Fulham, and settling other Land for a Highway in lieu thereof, 12 July. Read. Committed. Reported, and passed.

Pawnbrokers. vide Brokers.

Pearson, Dr. desired to preach before the House, 11 Jan.

Peck, Thomas, Esq; Bill to sell Lands, read, 11 June. Committed, and Party interested to have Notice, 25. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 28 Feb. Passed, * *. Agreed to by the Lords, with Amendments, 12 Apr. Amendments agreed to, 16.

Peers, Proviso, touching their Trial, added by the Lords to the Bill for securing the King's Person, disagreed to, 28 May, 1661. Adhered to by the Lords, and agreed to by the Commons, with an Amendment, 6 June. Amendment agreed to by the Lords, 10.-Clause for exempting their Houses from Search, added by the Lords to the Bill to regulate the Press, disagreed to, 29 July. Vide Press.-Another, touching the Trial of Peers, added by the Lords to the Quakers Bill, 29 Jan. Vide Quakers.-Peer fits covered within the Bar at the hearing of Counsel upon a Bill concerning him, 25 Feb.-Proviso, touching Peers assessing themselves, added by the Lords to the Militia Bill, referred to a Committee, 7 May, 1662. Reported, with Amendments, and agreed to. Another Proviso, to the same Effect, added by the Lords to the Bill for distributing 60,000 £. amongst the Cavaliers, amended and agreed to. Declaration concerning the Reasons which induced the House to agree to these Provisoes, to be entered in the Journal, eod. die.

Pennington, Isaac, House acquainted of his Death, 19 Dec.

Perjury, Bill against it, read, 2 July. Committed. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 16. Read Third time, and laid aside, to be farther considered.

Petitions, concerning Elections, Leave given to subscribe them after the Time limited for receiving them, 31 May.-to be received, tho not presented within the limited Time, 19 June, & 24 Mar.

Peyton, Dr. Bill to sell Lands, read, 7 June. Committed. Petition referred. Bill reported, and to be ingrossed, 3 July. Passed. Agreed to by the Lords, with Amendments, 17 Dec. Amendments agreed to.

Phelps, John, to be included in the Bill of Pains and Penalties, and to be apprehended, 1 July.

Phillips, James, Esq; suspended, upon an Information of his sitting in the high Court of Justice upon Colonel Gerrard, and Committee to examine it, 27 June. Report offered, and recommitted, 1 Feb. Made, and Question thereon, Neg. and Suspension taken off, 25.

Piedmont, Protestants of, Bill from the Lords, for levying Money due upon the Collection for them, 21 Mar. Read, 5 & 7 Apr. Passed.

Pierce, Mr. desired to preach, 21 May. Thanked, & c. 30.

Pilchard Fishing, Bill to regulate it, read, 3 Apr. Committed, 4. Reported, and to be ingrossed. Passed. Agreed to by the Lords, with Amendments. Amendments agreed to.

Pinckney, Elizabeth, her Petition recommended to the Committee of Grievances, 21 Nov.

Pla, Mark le, Bill to naturalize him, and others, read, 2 May. Committed, and Names to be inserted. Reported, and to be ingrossed. Passed, 10.

Plate, and Jewels. Vide Goldsmiths.

Plextoll, Bill to make it a distinct Parish from Wrotham, read, 26 June. Committed, 4 July. Committee revived, 7 Dec. & 4 Feb.

Plot. vide Conspiracy.

Pluralities, Bill against them ordered, 22 June. Read, 29.

Poole, double Return, Report and Resolution concerning it, 16 May, 1661.-touching the Election, 15 June.

Poole, Lady, Proviso on her behalf added to the Earl of Cleveland's Bill, 28 June.

Poor, of Five Northern Counties, Bill for their Relief to be read, 13 Dec.-Bill to regulate and provide for those within the Bills of Mortality, read, 14 Jan. Committed. Bill to constitute Corporations for their Relief, and for punishing Rogues and Vagabonds, read. Committed, and both Bills to be incorporated into one. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 6 Feb. Read Third time. Clauses added, and Bill amended, and passed. Amendments, made by the Lords considered, and some disagreed to, and Committee to prepare Reasons for a Conference thereon, 15 May. Conference agreed to, and Lords Concurrence in the Amendments signified.

Powell, Sir Edward, Bill from the Lords, to avoid Fines levied by him, 18 July. Read. Committed, 23 Nov. Cause to be heard at the Bar, 4 & 9 Dec. Heard, 16 Dec. & 13 Jan. To be further heard, 20 Jan. Heard. Bill amended, and passed. Amendment agreed to by the Lords, 21 Feb.

Poyer, Eliz. her Petition read, and Case recommended to the King, 24 July.

Presentations to Benefices. Vide Records.

Press, Bill for regulating it ordered, 3 July, 1661.-Bill to enable the King to regulate it, ordered, 25. Read twice, and committed. Reported, and to be ingrossed, eod. die. Passed, 27 July. Agreed to by the Lords, with Amendments. Amendments considered, and Proviso, for excepting the Houses of Peers from Search, disagreed to, eod. die. Conference desired with Lords thereon, agreed to, and Reasons to be offered thereat, reported, eod. die. Free Conference, desired by the Lords, held, and reported, and Resolution for adhering to the Bill, and another Conference to be desired with the Lords thereon, eod. die. Vote approving the Conduct of the Managers, and one of them thanked, eod. die.-Bill, from the Lords, to regulate it, read, 2 May, 1662. Committed. King's Message concerning it, and Order thereon, 10. Bill reported, with Amendments. Passed. Conference, desired by the Lords thereon, agreed to, and held, and Alterations, made by the Lords to the Amendments, agreed to, eod. die.

Preston, double Return, Report and Resolution concerning it, 31 May.-touching the Election, 18 Dec.

Prestwich, Sir Thomas, Bill to confirm a Sale of Lands made by him to Sir Edward Mosley, read, 17 June. Committed. Reported, and to be ingrossed. Passed, 2 July.

Printing vide Press.

Prisoners in Newgate, and other Prisons, to be brought to the House, 29 June; 10 Dec. 19 & 28 Feb. & 24 Mar.-in the Serjeant's Custody, admitted to Bail, 8 Jan.

Privileges, Committee appointed, 11 May, 1661.-Complaint of an Abuse offered to a Member by an Officer of the Lords, and to be put into Writing, 21 May.-Persons, making a forcible Entry upon a Member's Estate, and arresting his Servant, sent for in Custody, 15 June. One of them discharged, 6 July.-serving a Writ upon Mr. Pendarvis, sent for in Custody, 21 June. Discharged, 13 July.-arresting Members Servants, ordered into Custody, 25 June; 2 12. & 18 July; 23 Nov. & 5 Dec. Discharged, 13 & 17 July, & 8 Feb.-Speaker to send an Order for the Discharge of a Member's Servant arrested, 26 June.-Person, making a Lease of Lands belonging to a Member, sent for in Custody, eod. die.-A Witness ordered into Custody for Misbehaviour at a Committee, 9 July. Discharged.-Complaint of a Person's claiming Privilege, not being a Member's Servant, and Committee to examine it.-Mayor of Camelford sent for in Custody, for disobeying the Order of a Committee, eod. die. Discharged, 13 July.-Pamphlet against the Bill for regulating Corporations, complained of, and Committee to examine it. Report touching it, and Pamphlet censured, and Mr. Pryn the Author, reprehended. Another, delivered at the Door, complained of, and Persons delivering it, to be taken into Custody, 12 Dec. Another concerning the Excise upon Beer and Ale, complained of, and Committee to examine it, 1 Feb. Another, reflecting upon Mr. Rigby, complained of, and Printer sent for in Custody. Another complained of, to be examined by a Committee, and Person signing it to be brought by the Keeper of Newgate. Another, reflecting upon the House, censured, and Author to be impeached, 24 Mar. Vide Withers-Person charged with abusing a Member, sent for in Custody, 13 July. Information of his having put himself into Gaol, to defeat the Order, and Officer to deliver him to the Serjeant, 10 Dec. -Person, forging a Protection, sent for in Custody, 17 July. Discharged.-John Thorner, and others, sent for in Custody for a Breach of Privilege. Discharged, 5 Mar. -A Witness, attending a Committee, to be discharged from an Arrest, without Fees, 19 July.-Privilege of the House, in relation to Bills, that charge the People, asserted, and Lords to be acquainted therewith.-Proviso, touching the Privileges of both Houses, added by the Lords to the Bill for repairing Highways, disagreed to. Amended, and agreed to.-Members Servants, arrested contrary to Privilege, to be released by the Speaker, 28 Nov. Vide Protections.-Persons, serving a Subpona upon Mr. Crouch, sent for in Custody, 5 Dec.-A Person imprisoned, endeavouring to procure his Release by a seigned Certificate of his being a Prisoner to the Serjeant, and an Attorney assisting him therein, sent for in Custody. Attorney discharged, 9 Jan.-Persons, taking the Corpse of Mr. Woolrich out of the Custody of a Member, his Executor, sent for in Custody, 12 Dec. One of them discharged.-Mr. Ferrers, an Attorney, charged with taking out Execution against Sir Wm. Fleetwood, sent for in Custody. Released, the Charge against him appearing to be a Mistake, and Samuel Holmes sent for in Custody, 20 Jan. Discharged, 6 Feb.-Speaker to send an Order for releasing Sir Henry Hobart's Servant, imprisoned in the Compter, and to send for, and examine, the Parties arresting him, 17 Dec. Sheriff ordered into Custody, for disobeying the Order. Reprehended, and continued in Custody. The other Parties, and Keeper of the Compter, ordered into Custody, and Matter referred to Committee of Privileges, eod. die. Some of them released upon Bail, 8 Jan. Report, and Order for their Discharge.-The Constable of Westminster, and others, sent for in Custody, for detaining, and abusing, Two Members. Discharged.-Breach of Privilege objected against Mr. Chesterman, in prosecuting Sir John Denham, whilst a sitting Member, to be examined by the Committee.-Persons, delivering in Names of Members to be of a Committee upon a Bill, to be taken into Custody. Discharged, without Fees.-A Constable sent for in Custody, for detaining, and affronting, a Member. Discharged.-Person, causing Declarations to be served upon the Tenants of Lord Ancram, to try the Title of Lands, sent for in Custody. Discharged, 15 Feb.-Breach of Privilege alleged to be in a Bill sent from the Lords, by laying a Tax, to be examined by the Committee thereon, 22 Jan.- Persons, serving a Subpona upon Sir Hen. Herbert, sent for in Custody. Proceedings upon the Order stayed, and Matter to be examined by the Committee of Privileges.-Mr. Chub ordered into Custody, for reflecting upon the House. Reprimanded, and discharged, 7 Feb.-Complaint of an Action brought against a Member's Servant, for taking a Distress for a Heriot, to be examined by the Speaker, and Parties to be taken into Custody, if found guilty of a Breach of Privilege, 1 Feb.-Person complained of, for intruding upon an Office belonging to Mr. Rigby, and to attend the Committee of Privileges thereon.-Committee to examine a Complaint of a Subpona served upon Mr. Lowther, eod. die.-Speaker to direct a Warrant to the Lord Chancellor, for a Supersedeas, to stay Proceedings in a Cause, concerning the Estate of Thomas Robinson, Esq; 13 Feb. Order enlarged, 24 Mar.- Persons, serving a Subpona upon the Serjeant, ordered into Custody, 15 Feb.-Speaker to examine a Complaint of an Action, concerning the Title of Lands in Possession of Lord Newburgh, and Proceedings to be stayed, eod. die.-Lord Chancellor to be desired to issue Writs of Supersedeas, to stay Proceedings in a Cause concerning the Estate of Mr. Williams, 20 Feb. One of the Parties ordered into Custody for proceeding, 7 Mar.-Persons, serving a Citation upon Mr. Steward, ordered into Custody, 25 Feb.-Writs of Supersedeas to be issued, to stay Proceedings in a Cause concerning the Estate of Mr. George, eod. die.-Sir Thomas Longville, and others, sent for in Custody, for forcibly entering upon an Estate belonging to Colonel Grey in Trust, 5 Mar. Order to stand. Parties discharged.-Person, assaulting Sir Abraham Cullen, sent for in Custody. Discharged.-A Constable sent for in Custody, for seizing and abusing the Earl of Ancram. -Order for the Discharge of one of the Serjeant's Deputies, arrested.-A Constable sent for in Custody, for detaining Mr. Whorwood. Released, upon Bail. Discharged, 4 Apr. 1662.-Proceedings in a Cause against Sir Gilbert Ireland, and his Servant, to be stayed, and Parties, complained of, to attend the Committee, eod. die.-Persons distraining the Goods of Colonel Sandys sent for in Custody, 10 Apr. Discharged.-distraining the Goods of Mr. Lloyd, sent for in Custody.-serving a Declaration upon the Serjeant summoned to attend.-suing a Member to an Outlawry, summoned to attend.-Mr. Shuttleworth, and his Attorney, to attend, upon a Complaint of a Breach of Privilege against Mr. Rigby, 9 May.

Prizes, Bill to call the Receivers thereof to Account, read, 22 Feb. Committed. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 3 Mar. Passed. Agreed to by the Lords, with Amendments, 3 Apr. Amendments agreed to.

Protections, to be granted only to menial Servants, and Matter recommended to the Lords, 25 Nov.-written, declared void, and to be withdrawn.

Protector, Act for Security of his Person to be burnt, 27 May, 1661.

Provisoes. vide Amendments, and Bills.

Pryn, Mr. reprimanded in his Place, 15 July.

Pye, Walter, Esq; Bill to sell Lands, read, 19 Apr. Committed.

15° Car. II. Parl. 2, Sess. 2. A. 1662 & 1663.

PACKINGTON, Sir John, Bill for Sale of Lands, read, 27 Mar. Committed. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 4 Apr. Passed.

Pamphlets complained of. Vide Privileges.

Parliament, triennial, Bill for repealing the Act for it, ordered, 10 Mar.-Parliament prorogued, 27 July.

Patents, granted to Mr. Fowler and Sir Garret Kempe, Bill for vacating them, presented, 15 May. Read. Committed.

Pawlet, Lord Edward, his Petition referred to Committee upon the Marquis of Winchester's Bill, 11 Apr.
-, - Lord Henry, and Charles, their Petition referred to the same Committee, 9 May.

Peer admitted within the Bar, to give an Account of a Matter under Consideration, 1 July.

Piere, Peter and John, Bill to confirm the Act for naturalizing them, read, 1 July. To be ingrossed. Passed, eod. die. Agreed to by the Lords, 24 July.

Pitcarne, Charles, Esq; Bill to sell Lands, read, 8 Apr. Committed, 13 May. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 3 July. Passed.

Pitt, George, Bill to make void Judgments obtained against him, read, 21 Mar. Committed, and Sir George Pratt's Petition referred.

Plate and Jewels. Vide Goldsmiths.

Pluralities, Bill against them read, 18 Feb. Committed. Reported, and re-committed, 31 Mar. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 3 July. Passed.

Poor, Committee to peruse the Act for their Relief, 12 Mar. Report, and Bill to supply some Defects therein, presented, 30 May. Read, 12 June. Committed, and Petition of Inhabitants of Westminster referred.-Bill to explain and enlarge the Act 43 Eliz. for their Relief, read, 13 Mar. Committed. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 20 June. Passed, 3 July.

Popery, Bill against it ordered, 26 Feb. Heads of it reported, and Bill to be prepared accordingly, 6 Mar. Read. Committed. Reported. Re-committed, 1 Apr. Reported, 7 May. Proceedings thereon. Proviso thereto, ordered to be brought in, read twice, and re-committed, 15 June. Reported, and agreed to, and Bill to be ingrossed. Passed.

Portland, Earl of, Bill, from the Lords, for settling an Annuity upon him, for the Benefit of Willoughby Whitlock, & c. 13 Apr. Read. Committed, 7 May. Reported. Passed.

Postmasters, Bill to enable them to impress Horses let to Hire, ordered, 16 July.

Post-office, Petition concerning it referred to the Committee for the Revenue, 9 May. Vide Revenue. Bill for vesting it in the Duke of York, read. Vide York.

Press, Committee to peruse the Act relating thereto, 23 Feb. Additional Bill to regulate it, read, 10 July.

Priests, and Jesuits, Address for a Proclamation against them proposed, and debated, 12 Mar. Resolved. Lords desired to concur therein. Conference, desired by the Lords thereon, held, and a Petition, by way of Expedient, reported. Petition read, and referred to a Committee. Reported, with Amendments, and Committee to draw up Reasons, to be offered at a Conference thereon. Reasons reported, and Conference agreed to, and held, eod. die. Another Conference, desired by the Lords, held, and Amendments agreed to, 30 Mar. Petition presented by both Houses. King's Answer reported, 1 Apr. His farther Answer, in Writing, communicated by the Lords at a Conference, and Message of Thanks to him thereon resolved. Agreed to by the Lords. Committee of both Houses to attend him therewith.

Privileges, Committee appointed, 18 Feb. To examine a Complaint against Mr. Lucy, and others, for turning Sir Richard Onslow out of Possession of Lands, without due Notice. Report, and Parties, complained of, acquitted.-Orders to stay Proceedings upon Suits concerning the Title of Members to Lands. 25 & 26 Feb. 10 & 18 Mar. 8. 18 & 22 May; 25 & 30 June; 10, 11. & 17 July. Persons proceeding, notwithstanding the Order, sent for in Custody, 18 Mar. 7, 8, 9. 12 & 14 May; & 23 July. Some of them discharged, 11 May, & 17 June.-Persons, serving a Member with a Process, sent for in Custody, and Proceedings to be stayed, 26 Feb.-Sir John Birkenhead's Servant, arrested, to be released, and Committee to examine the Arrest, eod. die.- A Pamphlet, delivered at the Door, complained of, and Author sent for in Custody, 7 Mar. Another, intituled, "The "Mayor of Northampton's Case," complained of, and Committee to examine it, 7 Apr.-Complaint of a Member's being personated, and Orders thereon, 21 Mar.-Mr. Griffith's Servant to have Privilege, and Parties, arresting him, sent for in Custody. Officer discharged, and Plaintiff ordered into Custody, 3 Apr. Discharged.-Speaker to give Order for Release of Members Servants arrested, 28 Mar.-A Person ordered into Custody, for not attending a Committee, when summoned, 7 Apr.-not obeying an Order of the House, sent for in Custody.-Committee to examine a Complaint against Mr. Manton, a Commissioner of the Excise, touching a Charge brought by him against Mr. Knight.-to examine a Complaint of Mr. Whorwood, touching a Sequestration on his Estate.-Order for taking a Person into Custody, for proceeding in a Cause, concerning a Member, to stand, and Committee to examine the Complaint, 9 May.-Person, charged with forging a Protection, sent for in Custody. Order discharged, being made upon a Mistake.-Parties, making a forcible Entry into a Member's House, sent for in Custody. Information given of their keeping the Door locked against the Serjeant's Deputy, and Debate thereon adjourned.-Person, detaining Goods of a Member, to restore the same, or attend the Committee, to answer the Breach of Privilege. -signing Judgment against a Member, sent for in Custody.-arresting a Member's Servant, upon account of Tythes, collected by him for his Master, sent for in Custody, 2 June. Discharged.-Breach of Privilege complained of by Sir Richard Everard, and Committee to examine it.-Proceedings at Law, concerning the Title of Lands, to be stayed, pending a Bill relating thereto.-in Chancery, concerning several Members, to be stayed, 2 July.-Privilege granted to a Witness attending a Committee.-claimed by a Member's Wife against her Husband, and Order against allowing it to the Wife, or Servant, of any Member against himself, eod. die.-Persons, making a forcible Entry upon the Lands of a Member, ordered into Custody, 17 July.-suing Members to an Exigent, ordered into Custody.

Profaneness. vide Impiety.

Protections, to be granted only to menial Servants, 18 Feb.

16° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 3. A. 1663 & 1664.

PACKINGTON, Sir John, Bill to avoid Conveyances made by him, read, 24 Mar. Committed. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 6 Apr. Passed. Agreed to by the Lords, 2 May.

Painters-stainers Company, Bill for regulating them, read, 30 Apr. Committed, and Petition of Plasterers referred, 3 May. Reported, and to be ingrossed.

Parishes, Bill for dividing them, ordered, 6 Apr.

Parliament, triennial, Act for it to be considered, 21 Mar. Read, and Bill to repeal it ordered. Read. Committed. Reported, and to be ingrossed, and Committee to examine the Title by the Roll. Report, and Bill passed. Agreed to by the Lords.-Royal Assent, 5 Apr.
-, - prorogued, 17 May.

Partition of Lands. Vide Lands.

Peers, Proviso, touching their Privilege, added by the Lords to the Bill against Conventicles, disagreed to, 12 May. New Proviso offered by them instead of it. Debated, and agreed to.

Petition, laid aside, being irregular, 9 May.

Physicians, College of, Bill on their behalf, read, 19 Apr. Another Bill, to confirm their Charter, read. Both Bills committed, and Parties concerned to be heard.

Pluralities, Bill against them, read, 22 Apr. Committed. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 5 May. Passed.

Poole, Sir Wm. Bill to settle Lands, read, 20 Apr. Committed.

Poor, Bill for their further Relief, read, 23 Mar. Committed. Petition referred, 5 Apr. Bill reported, 12 May.

Printing, Bill to continue the Act for regulating it, read, 4 May. To be ingrossed. Passed.

Prisoner, in the Fleet, to be brought to a Committee, 21 Apr.

Privileges, Committee appointed, 21 Mar.-Proceedings in a Cause, concerning a Member's Title to Lands, to be stayed, 19 Apr.-Committee to examine a Complaint, touching a Verdict obtained against a Member, and the entering of Judgment thereon to be stayed. Attorney sent for in Custody, for taking out Execution thereon, 12 May. Order discharged.-Privilege allowed to Members Servants arrested, 28 Apr. & 11 May.

Pryn, Mr. to attend in his Place, 12 May. Reprimanded for altering the Vintners Bill.

16° Car. II. Parl. 2. A. 1664.

PARLIAMENT prorogued, 20 Aug.

16° & 17° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 4. A. 1664.

PAINTER-STAINERS, Bill to regulate them, read, 5 Dec. Rejected.

Pardon and Oblivion, Act of, Bill to explain it presented, 20 Jan. Read. Rejected, 1 Feb.

Parliament prorogued, 2 Mar.

Poole. vide Dorset.

Poor, additional Bill for their Relief, read, 14 Jan. Committed.

Press, Bill to continue the Act for regulating it, read, 15 Feb. To be ingrossed. Passed. Agreed to by the Lords, 1 Mar.

Prisoners for Debt, their Petition read, and Bill for their Relief ordered, 19 Dec. Presented, 23 Jan. Read. Committed, 1 Feb. Reported, and to be ingrossed. Passed.

Prisons, Bill to regulate Abuses of Keepers thereof, ordered, 1 Feb.

Privileges, Committee appointed, 24 Nov.-Breach of Privilege, committed by a Person proceeding at Law against a Member, complained of, and Party sent for in Custody, 28 Nov. Complaint of a Member's being affronted, and assaulted, to be examined by the Committee, and Parties to attend, 1 Dec.- Proceedings against a Member's Servant to be stayed, and Committee to examine the Breach of Privilege.-An Attorney, prosecuting a Suit against Mr. Cornewall, sent for in Custody, 28 Jan. Breach of Privilege to be examined by the Committee, 13 Feb.-A Paper delivered at the Door, against a Bill depending, complained of, and Committee to make Enquiry concerning the Author, 9 Feb.-Proceedings at Law, concerning the Interest of Members, to be stayed.-Committee to examine a Complaint touching a Suit. prosecuted against a Member on behalf of the Bishop of Peterborough.-A Person, disobeying the Orders of a Committee, sent for in Custody. Question for his Discharge, Neg. and Order for bringing him to the Bar. Question for sending him to the Tower, Neg. and Order for his Discharge.-Committee to examine a Complaint touching Suit, concerning Mr. Lucy. Report, and Orders thereon.

Prize Goods, Bill, from the Lords, to repeal part of the Act for prosecuting Persons accountable for them, 27 Feb. Read. Passed, with Amendments, and Amendments agreed to by the Lords, 1 Mar.

17° Car. II. Parl. 2. A. 1665.

PARLIAMENT prorogued, 21 June, & 1 Aug.

17° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 5. A. 1665.

PARLIAMENT prorogued, 31 Oct.

Petition, Consideration of it adjourned till the next Session, 31 Oct.

Plague, Bill to supply the Defects of a former Act relating thereto, ordered, 11 Oct. Read. Committed. Reported, and to be ingrossed. Passed, * *. Agreed to by the Lords, with Amendments, and some of them disagreed to, 30 Oct. Conference, desired with the Lords thereon, agreed to, and held. Free Conference, desired by the Lords, held, and reported, and Resolution for adhering to the former Votes, eod. die.

Press, Bill to continue the Act for regulating it, read, 13 Oct. Committed. Reported, and to be ingrossed. Passed. Agreed to by the Lords.

Privileges, Committee appointed, 11 Oct.

Prize Goods, Bill to prevent imbezzling them, ordered, 13 Oct. Read. Committed.

18° Car. II. Parl. 2. A. 1665 & 1666.

PARLIAMENT prorogued, 20 Feb. & 23 Apr.

18° & 19° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 6. A. 1666.

PAPER, sealed, Committee to consider of Heads of an Imposition thereon, in Part of the Compensation for Chimneymoney, 23 Oct. Heads delivered to the Committee of Supply. Resolution for raising Part of the Supply thereby, 8 Nov. Committee to bring in an Estimate thereof, and prepare a Bill accordingly. Estimate reported, and Bill presented, and read, 12 Dec. Committed.

Papists. vide Priests.

Parliament prorogued, 8 Feb.

Peers. vide Lords.

Pensions, how to be taxed in the Poll-bill, 17 Nov.

Peterborough Election, Petition, concerning it, referred to the Committee of Elections, 24 Sept.

Petition miscarried, and another presented, 3 Nov.

Petitioners called in to the Bar, and avow their Petitions, 2 & 3 Nov. & 8 Jan.

Physicians, how taxed in the Poll-bill, 17 Nov.

Plague, Bill for Relief of Persons infected therewith, read, 24 Oct. Committed, 8 Nov. Reported, and to be ingrossed. Read third time, and Clause, to impower the Mayor and Justices to act, where Deans and Chapters are absent, to be prepared, 17 Dec. Reported, and added, and Bill passed, eod. die. Agreed to by the Lords, with Amendments, 24 Jan. Some of them disagreed to. Conference to be desired with the Lords thereon, 1 Feb.

Plymouth, Petition from thence, concerning a Debt upon Account of the Navy, read, 22 Dec.

Plympton, double Return, Report and Resolution concerning it, and Sheriff, and other Officers, sent for in Custody, 27 Oct. Report touching the Election, and Officers discharged, 29 Nov.

Poll-bill, Resolution for raising Part of the Supply thereby, 8 Nov. Heads of it reported, and Bill ordered. Farther Resolutions relating thereto. Bill read. Committed, and an Estimate to be made of the Sum to be raised thereby. Proceeded on. Instruction to the Committee. Bill farther proceeded in, 29 & 30 Nov. & 1 Dec. Select Committee to settle a Clause therein, touching the Payment of the Rates, and to bring in a Clause of Credit, 1 Dec. Bill farther proceeded in. Other Clauses to be prepared by the select Committee. Bill farther proceeded in. Reported, and Proceedings thereon, 6 Farther Proceedings thereon, and Clause, for taking the Accounts upon Oath, twice read, and committed. Vide Accounts. Committee to bring in an Estimate of the Money to be raised by the Bill. Farther Proceedings thereon, and Bill to be ingrossed. Estimate reported, and Bill passed. Estimate debated, and Resolution relating thereto. Conference, desired by the Lords upon the Bill, agreed to, and held, 2 Jan. Amendments, made thereto by the Lords, reported. Considered. Committee to draw up Reasons to be offered at a Conference upon some of them disagreed to. Reasons reported, and Conference agreed to. Another Conference, desired by the Lords, agreed to, and held, and a Proviso, instead of one, disagreed to by the House, and several other Amendments, reported, and agreed to.-Bill to explain a Clause in the former Bill, ordered, 26 Jan. Read. Committed. Reported, and to be ingrossed, eod. die. Passed, 1 Feb. Agreed to by the Lords.

Poor, Committee to inspect the Laws for their Relief and Employment, 9 Oct.

Poyntz, Sir John, Bill to assure Lands to him, read, 2 Jan. Committed. Reported, and to be ingrossed. Passed. Agreed to by the Lords.

Press, Committee to inspect the Act and Patents for licensing it, 17 Oct.

Pride, Thomas, Esq; Bill to make void a Lease made by him, read, 23 Oct. Committed, 16 Nov. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 3 Jan. Passed. Agreed to by the Lords, with Amendments. Amendments agreed to.

Priests and Jesuits, Committee to consider of Means for suppressing them, and to inspect the laws against Recusants, 20 Oct. Report and Resolutions thereon, and Lords desired to concur therein. Agreed to by the Lords, and Committee of both Houses to attend the King therewith. His Answer reported, 2 Nov. Vote of Thanks to him for the Proclamation and Orders issued thereon, and Lords to be desired to concur therein. Amended. Agreed to by the Lords, and Committee of both Houses to attend the King therewith.

Prisoners, Bill for their Relief read, 3 Nov. Committed. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 5 Feb.-Another Bill, to the same Purpose, read, 22 Dec. Committed. Reported, and re-committed, 10 Jan. To be ingrossed, * *. Passed, 28 Jan. Agreed to by the Lords with Amendments, and Amendments agreed to, 5 Feb.

Privileges, Committee appointed, 21 Sept. Breach of Privilege, committed by a Person serving an Injunction upon a Member, and his Servant, complained of, and Party sent for in Custody. Discharged, 23 Nov.-Proceedings in Suits, concerning Members, to be stayed during Privilege, 11 Oct. 17 Nov. 22 Jan. & 7 Feb. Persons proceeding, sent for in Custody, 24 Oct. -serving an Order of Chancery upon a Member, sent for in Custody.-Committee to examine Complaints of Members Servants being arrested, 12 Oct. & 17 Jan.-to examine an Abuse in publishing a Member's Name to a printed Paper, 15 Oct.-Person, exacting Money from Members for Post Letters, sent for in Custody. Discharged.-A Person sent for in Custody, for not attending a Committee, when summoned.-serving a Subpona upon a Member, sent for in Custody. Discharged, 29 Dec.-falsly aspersing a Member, sent for in Custody, 24 Nov. Vide Leure.-Proceedings against the Serjeant at Arms to be stayed.-Orders for the Discharge of Members Servants arrested, 30 Nov. & 17 Jan. Parties, arresting a Member's Servant, sent for in Custody, 30 Nov. Discharged, 11 Dec.-A Person sent for in Custody, for affronting several Members, 5 Dec.-Members Servants arrested, contrary to Privilege, to be discharged by the Speaker, 11 & 20 Dec. & 16 Jan. A general Order for that Purpose, 20 Dec.-Breach of Privilege, in arresting Mr. Chowne, complained of, and to be examined by the Committee, 14 Jan. Report, and Resolution thereon, and Parties ordered into Custody. A Fine of 1,000£. set upon one of them absconding, 6 Feb.-A Person sent for in Custody, for beating a Member's Servant, 17 Jan.-seizing a Member's Coach, sent for in Custody, 4 Feb.-suing a Member to an Outlawry, sent for in Custody.-Complaint of counterfeit Franks, referred to the Committee.-of a Member's Servant being detained in Prison, contrary to an Order for his Discharge, referred, eod. die. Report, and Party complained of, ordered into Custody, 7 Feb.

Prize Goods, and Chest-money, Account thereof ordered, 1 Oct. To be brought to the Committee for publick Accounts.

Proviso, converted into a Bill, 11 Dec. Vide Accounts.

19° Car. II. Parl. 2. A. 1667.

PARLIAMENT meets, 25 July. Prorogued.

12° Car. II. Parl. 1. A. 1660.

QUEEN Dowager, Substance of a Conference, desired by the Lords, concerning her, reported, and Committee to consider of her Jointure, and Money for her present Support, 8 June. Order for staying Waste upon her Lands. Resolution for sending her 20,000£. and Lords Concurrence therein signified. Schedule of her Jointure Lands reported, and Orders for restoring them. Order amended. Agreed to by the Lords, 3 July. Lands not to be included in the Bill of Sales. Her Answer to the Address upon her Return to England, reported, 8 Nov.

Questions, previous, put. 14. 23 & 25 May; 1, 2. 5, 6. 8, 9. 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16. 18. 29 & 30 June; 2. 12. 23. 25, 26 & 30 July; 1. 21. & 27 Aug. 4. 8. & 11 Sept. 16. 21 & 28 Nov. 19 & 21 Dec.

13° & 14° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 1. A. 1661 & 1662.

QUAKERS, and other Schismaticks, Bill against them ordered, 16 May, 1661. Read, 17 June. Committed. Reported, and re-committed, 12 July. Reported, and to be ingrossed. Read Third time, and several Quakers called in, and heard against it. Passed, eod. die. Agreed to by the Lords, with Amendments, 29 Jan. Some of them disagreed to, and Committee to consider of a Proviso, added by the Lords, concerning the Trial of Peers, eod. die. Report, 1 Feb. Conference to be desired thereon. Free Conference, desired by the Lords, agreed to, and held, 1 Mar. Their Agreement with the Commons, in regard to the former Amendments, reported, and a new Amendment proposed, and agreed to, eod. die.

Quarrel, between Mr. Seymour and Mr. Trelawney, to be accommodated by the Speaker, 1 July.-Serjeant sent for a Member restrained by the King from an intended Duel, 9 Dec. Speaker desired to reconcile him and the other Party.-Quarrel between Mr. Marvell and Mr. Clifford referred to the Speaker, 18 Mar. Report, and Parties reprehended, and reconciled.-Lord Ossory and Mr. Howard to be secured, upon account of a Quarrel, 5 May. Mr. Howard, absenting himself, ordered to attend. Difference to be submitted to the King.-Colonel Sandys, Sir William Tirringham, and Lord Gorge, to be secured, upon Occasion of a Quarrel. To attend the King thereon.

Queen, Notice of her Approach, and of the King's Intention to set out to receive her, communicated by the Lords at a Conference, 7 May, 1662.

Questions, previous, put, 17 May; 7 & 16 Dec. & 28 Jan. 1661; 7. 16. 22. & 26 Apr. 5 & 14 May, 1662.

15° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 2. A. 1662 & 1663.

QUAKERS, Committee to peruse the Act against them, 23 Feb. Vide Sectaries.

Quarrel between the Earl of Sunderland and Mr. Russell, House informed of it, and Mr. Russell to attend, 3 July. To be enjoined not to prosecute it. Gives his Promise accordingly.

Questions, previous, put, 5 Mar. 13 & 18 May; 1. 12. & 22 June; 4. 10. & 22 July.-Members, absent at the First putting of a Question, not to vote therein, tho' present at the Second, 18 May.

16° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 3. A. 1663 & 1664.

QUAKERS, Clause, relating to them, added by the Lords to the Bill against Conventicles, disagreed to, 12 May. Adhered to by the Lords. Proceedings thereon. Clause lost out of the Bill, and Expedient proposed by the Lords for supplying it. Proceedings thereon.

Questions, previous, put, 23 Mar. 4 & 10 May.

16° & 17° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 4. A. 1664.

QUESTIONS, previous, put, 25 Nov. 15 Dec. & 27 Feb.

17° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 5. A. 1665.

QUESTION, previous, put, 17 Oct.

18° Car. II. Parl. 2. A. 1666.

QUESTION put in the Affirmative, and farther proceeding therein stopped, by the Black Rod knocking at the Door, 23 Apr.

18° & 19° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 6. A. 1666.

QUESTIONS, previous, put. &29 Oct. 2 & 23 Nov. 11. 14. & 21 Dec. 5. 18. & 22 Jan.

12° Car. II. Parl. 1. A. 1660.

RADCLIFFE, Thomas, Bill, from the Lords, for restoring his Lands, 4 Dec.

Raleigh, Carew, Vide Bristol.

Rape-seed, Committee for Trade to consider of the Exportation thereof, 14 Nov.

Rates, Book of, to be settled, and made Part of the Bill of Tonage and Poundage, 16 July, Proceedings thereon. Carried, with the Bill, by the Speaker to the King in the House of Peers, 28. Original to remain in the House, and Three Transcripts to be made of it, eod. die. To be printed with the Act, eod. die.

Rawlins, Thomas, to be struck out of the List of Commissioners for the Poll-bill, 14 July.

Records, belonging to the House. Vide House.-concerning the Publick. Vide Phelpes.-touching Bishops and Chapter Lands. Vide Church Lands.

Rectories Impropriate, Committee for them appointed, 18 June. Impowered to send for Records, & c. 19. An Order, for getting in the Rent and Tythes pending the Bill of Sales, to be brought in, 7 July. Reported, and agreed to. Securities to be taken in the King's Name. State of the Arrears to be prepared, and laid before the House, 13 Sept. Bill for getting them in ordered, 20 Dec.-Committee to consider of settling a competent Maintenance upon Persons officiating in Impropriate Rectories, 6 Aug. Bill for that Purpose ordered. Vide Vicarages.

Recusants. vide Papists.

Regicides. vide Attainder, Charles I. Orders, and Pardon.

Reignolds, Dr. thanked for his Sermon, and desired to print it, 25 Apr. Appointed to preach at the Thanksgiving for the Restoration, 11 June. Thanked, and desired to print his Sermon.

Religion, Bill for Maintenance of it, read, 27 June. Committed, 6 July.-Grand Committee for it appointed, eod. die. Resolution for desiring the King to call a Number of Divines to advise about it, reported, and agreed to. His Answer reported.

Restoration. vide King.

Returns, the amending of them by the proper Officers, declared a fundamental Order of the House, 20 July.
-, - double. Vide Members.

Revenue, publick, Report touching the Sums charged thereon by the Council of State, 15 May. Considered, and approved. -Committee appointed to consider of a Revenue to be settled upon the Crown, 31 July. Report touching the Amount of the several Branches thereof, and Resolution for augmenting it to 1,200,000£. per Annum, 4 Sept. Resolution, touching the Post Office, reported, eod. die. Vide Post Office.-touching Wine-licences, and Bill ordered accordingly, eod. die. Vide Wines.-touching the Crown Lands, and Orders thereon, eod. die. Vide Crown Lands. Revenue farther considered, and a Moiety of the Excise upon Beer, Ale, and other Liquors, to be settled on the Crown, in lieu of the Court of Wards, Tenures, and Purveyance, 21 Nov. Several other Particulars added. Vide Wards. The other Moiety to be settled on the King for Life, and Committee to prepare a Bill accordingly, eod. die. Vide Excise.

Rippon, double Return, Report and Resolution concerning it, 3 May.-touching the Election, and Return amended, 4 June.

Roberts, Sir Wm. Question, for excepting him out of the Bill of Pardon, not put, 16 June.

Robinson, Alderman John, Order for Repayment of Money advanced by him, and thanked for that Service, 21 May.
-, - Luke, expelled, and new Writ ordered, 21 June.

Roe, Owen, excepted out of the Bill of Pardon, 9 June. Surrenders. Inserted in the Clause for suspending Execution, in case of Attainder, 28 Aug.

Rolls, Master of, Bill to impower him to let Leases, read twice, and committed, 10 Dec. Reported, and to be ingrossed. Passed, eod. die. Agreed to by the Lords, 21 Dec.

Rookes, Tho. Money due to him for Stationery Ware, furnished the House, charged on the Excise, 27 Dec.

Roscomon, Earl of, Bill, from the Lords, to restore him to Lands in Ireland, 30 Aug. Read, 15 Nov. Passed, 11 Dec.

Royston, Vicarage, Bill for Maintenance of a Minister thereof, read, 26 July. Committed, 3 Aug. Reported, and to be ingrossed. Passed, 1 Sept. Agreed to by the Lords, 17 Dec.

Rushworth, Mr. Leave to be examined at the Lords, 24 July.

Rymer, Ralph, Clause concerning him, tendered to the Bill of Pardon, and rejected, 7 July.

13° & 14° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 1. A. 1661 & 1662.

RADCLIFFE, Thomas, Esq; Bill, from the Lords to restore him to his Estate, 7 June. Read. Committed.Reported, and passed, 3 July.

Radnor Election, Petition concerning it received, and referred, tho' not presented within the limited Time, 19 June.

Rannes, Manor, Bill for the Tenants thereof, read, 29 June. Committed, 6 July. Reported, and to be ingrossed. Passed, 29 Nov. Agreed to by the Lords, with Amendments, 29 Apr. Amendments agreed to, 5 May.

Records, of the King's Bench and Common Pleas, Order for replacing them, 18 June. Execution of it suspended, 9 July. Committee to view the Room over the House, appointed for their Reception, 29 Apr.-concerning ecclesiastical Benefices, and Church Lands, in the Hands of Mr. Nye, and others, to be delivered to a Committee, 7 & 30 Jan. To be deposited with the Archbishop of Canterbury, 13 May.

Rectories. vide Advowsons.

Regicides, excepted out of the Act of Pardon, Business concerning them to be considered, 26 & 28 June. Evidence against several of them, reserved to Pains and Penalties, produced, and Bill for that Purpose ordered, and Resolutions touching the Heads of it, 1 July. Read twice, and committed. Instructions. Evidence against Sir Ar. Haslerig, heard, and his Name to be inserted. Bill reported, and Amendments considered. Other Amendments reported, and Bill to be ingrossed. Passed. Agreed to by the Lords, with Amendments, and one of them disagreed to, and Conference, desired with the Lords thereon, agreed to, and held. Free Conference, desired by the Lords thereon, held, and reported, and Amendment agreed to, eod. die. Serjeant to deliver those in his Custody to the Lieutenant of the Tower, 25 Jan.-Bill for executing those attainted, ordered, 1 July. To be read. Read, and Parties in the Tower to be heard, 22 Nov. Read a Second time, and some of them heard. Committed. Instruction, 10 Jan. Reported, and to be ingrossed. Passed. Conference, desired by the Lords thereon, held, and Report, touching their Desire to know the Reasons, which induced the House to omit Six of the Persons excepted in the Act of Oblivion, 1 Feb. Objection thereto to be communicated to the Lords at another Conference, eod. die. Conference agreed to, and held, 3 Feb.

Religion, Grand Committee appointed, 11 May. Impowered to send for Witnesses, & c.

Report put off, by the Consent of the Reporter, after an Order for receiving it, 28 Feb.

Revely, Wm. Bill to confirm his Will, read, 5 Feb.

Revenue, settled on the King, Order for considering it, 21 & 27 May. Considered. State of the Particulars designed for it, to be reported, 13 June. Reported, and Committee to consider of it. Report, and Committee or the whole House to consider of the Advance of it, 12 July. Matter considered, and Resolutions, touching a Charge upon Beer and Ale, to be levied by way of Poll, reported. Farther considered. Farther considered, and Resolution, for advancing the Excise to 400,000£. per Annum, reported, and agreed to. Vide Excise. Farther considered, and Resolution, touching an Imposition upon sealed Paper and Parchment, reported, and Bill ordered thereon, eod. die. Vide Paper. To be farther considered, 26 July; 20 Nov. & 1 Mar. Bill for a Duty upon Chimney Oaths towards it, ordered, and read, 1 Mar. Committed, 3. Proceeded in. Reported, and to be ingrossed. Passed.-Bill for regulating the Receipt of it, read, 8 Mar.

Richmond Election. Vide Craddock.
-, -Duke of, Bill, from the Lords, for settling his Estate, 5 Mar. Read. Committed. Reported. Passed.

Rivers, Edward, Esq; Bill for Payment of his Debts, read, 29 Nov. Committed, 7 Dec. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 31 Jan. Passed, 21 Feb.

Rivers, Bill to make Three, therein mentioned, navigable, read, 13 Feb. Committed.-Bill, from the Lords, to make navigable all those capable thereof, 3 Apr. Read. Committed.

Roads. vide Highways.

Rogues, and Vagabonds, Clause for transporting them, added by the Lords to the Poor Bill, amended, and agreed to, 15 May, 1662. Vide Poor.

Rosse, Henry, ordered into Custody, for Misbehaviour at a Committee, 9 July. Discharged.

Ryve, Dr. desired to preach, 11 Jan. Thanked, & c. 16.

15° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 2. A. 1662 & 1663.

RAMAGE, Elizabeth, Bill to sell Lands, read, 18 & 21 Mar. Question for Commitment, Neg. 21.

Rectories impropriate. Vide Message.

Registry of Deeds and Conveyances, Bill for it tendered, 12 May. Read, and laid aside, not being regularly brought in, and another ordered, 13.

Religion, Grand Committee appointed, 18 Feb.

Report, special, relating to a Bill, 6 Apr.

Revenue of the Crown, to be considered, 16 Mar. Debated, and Account of the Incomes and Issues thereof read, and Matter to be considered in a Committee of the whole House. Considered, and select Committee appointed to inspect the Revenue of the Customs, and Grand Committee impowered to appoint Sub-committees. Farther considered, and Sub-committee to receive, and consider of, all Bills to be tendered concerning it. Farther considered, and Committee for the Customs to inspect the Revenue of the Crown Lands and Fee-farms. Petitions referred. Sub-committee for the Excise, made a Committee of the House, 4 Apr. Vide Excise. Farther considered, and Sub-committee for Hearthmoney, made a Committee of the House, and to peruse the Act for raising it. Vide Hearths. Instruction to the Sub-committee for the Post Office and Wine-licences. Report touching the annual Value of the Customs and Crown Lands, and Bill, for fixing the publick Charges of the Kingdom upon some particular Branches of the Revenue, ordered, 8 May. Committee to inspect several other Branches, and to make Subcommittees, eod. die. Resolutions touching the Post Office, and the best Bidders for any Branch of the Revenue, reported, and agreed to, and King to be acquainted therewith, 12 May. Report touching the Duty upon Newcastle Coals, and Patent for it to be inspected by the Committee. Resolution touching extraparochial Tythes, and Committee to enquire into the Value of them. Report touching Grants and Leases of Crown Lands, and Bill ordered thereon.-touching Dean Forest, and Sir John Wintour to be heard upon his Patent, eod. die. Vide Dean Forest.-touching the Value of the Post Office, and Resolution agreed to, eod. die.-touching the Value of the respective Branches of the Revenue, and several of the Heads agreed to, 4 June. Concurrence of the House therein not to be conclusive to the farther Improvement of any Branch of the Revenue, eod. die. Report farther considered, and rest of the Heads agreed to, 5 June.-Bill for ordering and improving the Revenue, read. Committed.

Roads. vide Highways, London, and Watling-street.

Robinson, John, Esq; Bill to sell Lands, read, 11 Apr. Committed. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 4 May. Passed. Agreed to by the Lords, with Amendments. Amendments agreed to.

Rogues, and Vagabonds, Bill for suppressing them, read, 19 Feb. Another Bill for transporting Felons and Rogues, read. Both Bills committed to the same Committee, and to be made into one Bill.

16° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 3. A. 1663 & 1664.

REGISTRY, Bill for it ordered, 18 Apr.

Religion, Grand Committee appointed, 21 Mar.

Revenue. vide Hearth-money.

River, from Bristol to London, Bill to make it navigable, read, 19 Apr.

Rosier, Mr. his Petition read, and referred to the Committee upon the Bill for Corporations, 30 Apr.

16° & 17° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 4. A. 1664.

RELIGION, Grand Committee appointed, 24 Nov.

Richmond, Duke of. Vide Sutton Marsh.

Rivers, between Severn and the Thames, Two Bills to make them navigable, read, 2 Dec. Committed, and one to be extracted out of them.-Bill, from the Lords, to make several navigable, read, 6 Feb. Committed. Reported, with Amendments. Passed. Amendments agreed to by the Lords.

Roads. vide Highways.

Rochford, Lord, Proviso on his behalf, added by the Lords to the Bill to prevent Delays in Judgments and Executions, disagreed to, 1 Mar. Not insisted on by the Lords.

Rutland, County of, Sum charged thereon in the Bill of Assessment, 26 Jan.

17° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 5. A. 1665.

RELIGION, Grand Committee appointed, 11 Oct.

Rents. vide Distresses.

18° & 19° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 6. A. 1666.

RECUSANTS, popish. Vide Priests.

Religion, Grand Committee appointed, 21 Sept.

Replevins, Bill to extend the Act, concerning them, to Wales, ordered, 24 Sept. Read. Committed, 6 Oct. Counties Palatine to be inserted. Bill reported, and to be ingrossed, 11 Dec. Passed, 5 Feb. Agreed to by the Lords.

Report, special, relating to a Bill, 19 Jan.

Richmond, St. Clements, and Walton upon Thames, Petition of the Inhabitants read, 5 Feb.

Roos, Lady Anne, Bill, from the Lords, to illegitimate her Children, 12 Jan. Read. Committed. Reported, and passed.

Russell, Edward, Esq; Bill for Sale of a House at Cheswick, for Payment of his Debts, read, 14 Dec. Committed, 4 Jan. Reported, and to be ingrossed. Passed. Agreed to by the Lords.

12° Car. II. Parl. 1. A. 1660.

SABRAN, Renee de, Bill, from the Lords, to naturalize him, 24 Nov.

Saintoft Church, Proviso, touching the Persons concerned in defacing it, tendered to the Bill of Pardon, and rejected, 7 July.

Sales, Bill of. Vide Lands.

Salt-makers, their Case and Petition referred to the Committee upon the Excise Bill, 7 Aug.

Sarum, Old, double Return, Report and Resolution concerning it, 27 Apr.

Saunderson, Wm. to attend the Committee for printing, 25 June. Sent for in Custody, 24 Aug. Discharged, 10 Sept.

Savoy Hospital. Vide Soldiers.

Say, Wm. excepted out of the Bill of Pardon, for Life and Estate, 6 June.

Scarborough Election, Report and Resolution concerning it, and Bailiffs sent for in Custody, 21 June. Discharged, 11 July.

Scilly Island, Governor of. Vide Buller.

Scobell, Mr. to deliver Records in his Custody to the Clerk, 8 & 11 May.

Scots Colours, taken at Dunbar and Worcester, and put up in Westminster-hall, to be taken down, 10 May.
-, - Cattle, Question concerning the rating of them in the Book of Rates, Neg. 26 July.

Scott, Thomas, excepted out of the Bill of Pardon, for Life and Estate, 6 June.

Scroope, Adrian, not to be within the Exception in the Bill of Pardon, upon paying a Fine, 9 June. Surrenders. Released on his Parole. Amendment, relating to him, made by the Lords to the Bill, disagreed to, 13 Aug. Left out of the List of those who surrendered, and to stand generally excepted.

Seal, Great, Proceedings under it to go in the King's Name, and Committee to consider of the Time of their Commencement, and of the Seal to be used, 5 May. Report, and Resolutions thereon, and Lords Concurrence desired. Conference, desired with them concerning it, agreed to, and held. Great Seal, in the Custody of the late Commissioners, brought into the House, and defaced.

Sea-ports, Commissioners for the Army to examine the Debts due to them for sick and wounded Soldiers and Seamen, 14 Dec. Report, and Order thereon. Debts charged upon the Excise.

Serjeant at Arms, chosen, 25 Apr. To secure the Persons and Effects of the late King's Judges. 16. & 26, May. To carry a Person in his Custody to the Lords, 9 July. Vide Titchborne. To seize some run Goods, 4 Aug. Bail, taken by him for Persons in his Custody, approved, 6 Aug. To suffer none to go out of the House before the Managers of a Conference. Petition of the Officers under him read, and referred to a Committee, 5 Sept. Orders touching the Allowances to be made him, 11 & 13 Sept. & 27 Dec. Vide House. Complaint of his taking excessive Fees referred to a Committee, 17 Dec.-Petition of Mr. Birkhead, late Serjeant at Arms, read, and referred to a Committee, 27 Apr. To deliver the Keys, and the Mace, to the new Serjeant, eod. die.-Petition of Michael Crake, formerly Serjeant at Arms, read, and referred to a Committee, 9 Nov.

Sewers, Commissioners of, Bill, from the Lords, for nominating them, 19 July. Read twice, and committed. Reported, with Amendments, and passed. Amendments agreed to, and another Proviso, added by the Lords, and a new Bill, to the same Purpose, ordered, eod. die. Read twice, and to be ingrossed, 24 July. Passed, and Lords to be acquainted with an Irregularity committed by them, in relation to the former, eod. die.

Seymour, Dorothy, Proviso, concerning her, added to the Bill of Pardon, and her Petition read, and referred to a Committee, July. Report touching a Debt due to her, and Order for Payment, 18 Dec. Agreed to by the Lords.

Shipping. vide Navigation.

Ships in Pay, not of the Summer's Guard, List of them read, 16 May.

Silks, wrought, imported, how to be charged in the Book of Rates, 19 July.-raw, to pay Excise till further Order, 24 Aug.

Simball, Mr. Vide Dunkirk.

Skinner, Augustine and Wm. Bill to sell Lands, read, 19 May. Committed, 25 June. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 14 Aug. Passed.

Slingsby, Sir Hen. Proviso, touching his Children, tendered to the Bill of Pardon, and rejected, 7 July.

Smith, Robert, Receiver for Stafford and Litchfield, Report touching an Arrear in his Hands, and to stand committed till Payment thereof, 27 Aug.
-, -Hen. excepted out of the Bill of Pardon, 9 June. Surrenders. Inserted in the Clause for suspending Execution, in case of Attainder, 28 Aug.

Soldiers, in the Savoy, and Ely House, Collection to be made for them, 7 May. Their Petition read, and Money ordered for their Relief, and Committee to consider of Means for providing for them. List of those fit to be recommended to the Governors of other Hospitals, to be prepared, 18 June. Petition in their behalf read, and Orders thereon, 15 Aug. One of them amended, and sent to the Lords, and agreed to by them. Receiver-general examined, touching the Nonpayment of the Money ordered for their Relief, 3 Sept. Order for a farther Sum for them, and Committee to see it put in Execution. Petition of several, pressed into the late King's Service, read, and referred to the Committee, 11 Dec. Report touching the Sums received, and expended, for their Use, and Order to the Justices to provide for them, and Bill to charge the Country with the Maintenance of those wounded in the Civil Wars, ordered. A farther Sum ordered for them. Agreed to by the Lords.-Petition of divers maimed Soldiers, presented to the Lords, sent, and recommended by them, to the House, and a Memorial to be entered in the Journal, upon Occasion thereof, 3 Sept.-Bill to enable Soldiers to exercise Trades, read twice, and committed, 6 Sept. Reported, and to be ingrossed. Passed.- Petition of several Solders, and others, read, and laid aside, 29 Dec.

Somerset House, to be restored to the Queen, 23 June.
-, -Dukedom of, Bill for restoring it to the Marquis of Hertford, read twice, and committed, 10 Aug. Message from the Lords, touching the Marquis of Worcester's Surrender of the Patent, referred. Patent to be produced to the Committee. Bill reported, and to be ingrossed, 4 Sept. Passed. Agreed to by the Lords, with Amendments, and Amendments agreed to.

Spanish Wines, and Fruits, additional Duties thereon to be taken off, 19 July.

Speaker chosen, 25 Apr. To sign the Proclamation for proclaiming the King, 8 May. Desired to print his Speech to the King, at passing the Bill of Pardon, 29 Aug. To distribute the Money voted for the Officers of the House, 12 Sept. Votes upon an Equality of Voices, 24 Dec.

St. Albans, Earl of, his Interest in the Office of Clerk of the Liveries to be considered, 12 July.

Stamford Election, and double Return, Report and Resolution relating thereto, and Return amended, 9 May.

Stapeley, Anthony, excepted out of the Bill of Pardon, 9 June.
-, - Sir John, his Case referred to the Committee upon the Bill of Attainder, 9 Nov.

Stationers to the House, Orders for Payment of Money due to them, 11 & 13 Sept. & 27 Dec.

Stevens, Edward, his Petition read, and referred to the Commissioners, appointed to treat with Purchasers of Church Lands, 9 Nov.

Steward, Lord, swears several of the Members, and grants a Commission for swearing the rest, 4 June. Form of it, eod. die.

Steyning, Committee to examine the Miscarriage of a Writ for it, 27 June.

St. John, Lord, his Petition read, and Order thereon, 11 June.
-, - Oliver, Esq; excepted out of the Bill of Pardon, 13 June. His Petition tendered, and rejected. Left out of the Exception, and incapacitated, 13 Aug.

Stowell, Sir John, Order against committing Waste upon his Estate, 5 May. Agreed to by the Lords. Proviso, for confirming the Articles of Exeter, granted to him, offered to the Bill of Pardon, and rejected, 7 July.

Sudbury, double Return, Report and Resolution concerning it, 3 May.-touching the Election.

Sunday. vide Lord's Day.

Supply, an Assessment of 70,000£. per Month, for Three Months, towards it, voted, and Ordinance for that Purpose to be prepared, 1 May. To be paid into the Chamber of London. Ordinance presented, read twice, and committed, and Resolution touching the Proportions, but not to be drawn into Precedent. Reported. Proceedings thereon. To be ingrossed. Read Third time in part. Farther proceeded on, and passed. Agreed to by the Lords, with Amendments, and Amendments agreed to. Committee to consider of the speediest Method of levying it in a parliamentary Way, and Bill for putting it in Execution, presented, read twice, and to be ingrossed, eod. die. Passed. Agreed to by the Lords. Ordinance, and Act for Execution of it, to be printed, 8 June. Order touching the Payment of the Sums charged thereon, eod. die. To be dispersed in the Country, 16 June.-Committee of the whole House to consider of raising Money for Supply of the Army and Navy, 16 May. Matter considered, and 400,000£. voted for that Service. Farther considered, and a Poll-bill to be brought in towards raising it. Vide Poll-bill. Farther considered. Resolution touching a Sub-committee, voted by the grand Committee, reported, and agreed to, and Committee named. Order touching the Times of considering the Supply, 2 July. Select Committee to consider of a Supply for the King's constant Revenue. Vide Revenue.-One Month's Assessment, for the King's present Supply, voted, and Bill for that Purpose ordered, 7 Sept. Presented, read twice, and committed, reported, and to be ingrossed, eod. die. Passed. Agreed to by the Lords. Royal Assent.-Two Months Assessment, for disbanding the Army, and paying the Fleet, voted, and Bill ordered thereupon.Presented, read twice, and committed, eod. die. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 10 Sept. Passed, and agreed to by the Lords, eod. die. Royal Assent, 13 Sept.-A farther Supply, for Payment of the Debts of the Army and Navy, to be considered in a Committee of the whole House, 12 Nov. Considered, and Debate thereon to be resumed by the House. Resumed, and an Assessment for Six Months voted, and Bill ordered thereon. Presented, twice read, and committed, and Instructions to the Committee. Considered in the Committee, and select Committee appointed, to draw a Preamble thereto, and Rules for disbanding the Army, and paying the Navy, 8 Dec. Farther considered. Reported. Report considered. Order touching the Commissioners, and Bill to be ingrossed. Amended, and passed. Agreed to by the Lords, with Amendments, and some of them disagreed to, and Conference, desired with the Lords thereon, agreed to, and held. Free Conference, desired by the Lords thereon, agreed to, and held, eod. die. Report touching their Concurrence, 24 Dec. Royal Assent.- An Assessment of 70,000£. for the Charges of the Coronation, voted, and Bill ordered thereon, 17 Dec. Presented, twice read, and to be ingrossed. Passed. Agreed to by the Lords, with an Amendment, and Amendment agreed to. Royal Assent, eod. die.

Swale, Robert, Petition concerning Money, furnished by him to the Commissioners in Sweden, and Order for Payment of Part of it, 19 July. Sent to the Lords, 30 Aug. Committee to consider of the Remainder, 19 July. Report touching the Debt owing to him and Colonel Allott for that Service, and Question for charging it upon the Excise, Neg. 1 Aug. Order for that Purpose, 12 Dec. Agreed to by the Lords.

Swearing, and Cursing, Bill for suppressing them ordered, 20 July. Read, 11 Aug. Committed, 10 Nov. Reported, and to be ingrossed. Passed.

Sydenham, Colonel, excepted out of the Bill of Pardon, 13 June. Left out of the Exception, and incapacitated, 13 Aug.

Syler, Colonel, Proviso, concerning him, tendered to the Bill of Pardon, and rejected, 7 July.

13° & 14° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 1. A. 1661 & 1662.

SABRAN, Renee de, Bill to naturalize him, read, 22 May. Committed, 5 June. Reported, and re-committed. Reported, and Counsel to be heard against it, 4 July.

Sacrament, to be received by the House, and Committee to oversee the taking of it, 13 May, 1661. To report, 13 June. Report made, and Orders thereon, 3 July.

Salt, Report touching a Negative put upon the Question for an Imposition thereon, proposed in the Committee for the Revenue, 22 July. Petition of Salt-makers of Durham and Northumberland read, and referred to the same Committee, 27 Feb. Proviso, for an Imposition upon Scotch Salt, added to the Bill for the Customs, 20 Mar.

Salwerp River. Vide Stower.

Sandys, Colonel. Vide Fens.

Savernack Forest, Bill to establish a Parish therein, to be read, 31 May.

Schismaticks. vide Quakers.

Scotland, States of, their Letter to the King communicated by the Lords at a Conference, 20 May. To be considered.

Scudamore, Lord, Bill for Endowment of several Churches by him, read, 18 July. Committed. Reported, and to be ingrossed. Passed. Agreed to by the Lords, with Amendments, 15 Feb. Amendments agreed to.
-, - James, Esq; Bill to avoid Judgments obtained from him, for Money won at Play, read, 19 July. Committed. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 26 Feb. Passed, 4 Mar.

Serges, made in Exeter and Devon, Bill to prevent Abuses therein, read, 8 Feb. Committed, and to be extended to Bristol and Somerset.

Serjeant at Arms, Report touching several Complaints against him, and his Servants, and Matter to be farther examined, 6 June. To bring Prisoners in his Custody to the Bar. To take Bail for several, 8 Jan. Complaint of his taking excessive Fees, and Committee to enquire thereinto. Sent with the Mace to summon Members.

Sheriffs, Committee to consider of the Fees upon passing their Accounts, 20 June. Bill to prevent Charge therein, read, 22 Nov. Committed. Reported, and re-committed, 3 Feb. Reported, and to be ingrossed. Passed. Amendments, made thereto by the Lords, considered, and amended, and Conference to be desired thereon, 16 May. Conference agreed to, and held, and Amendments, as amended, agreed to by the Lords.

Ships of War, Clause, to restrain them from taking Freight, tendered to the Bill for the Customs, and rejected, 21 Mar.

Shooter, Latham and Hopton, Bill, enabling them to sell Lands, read, 4 July.

Shrewsbury, Countess of, Bill to naturalize her, and others, read, 31 May. Vide Brudenell.

Silk, Bill to prevent Abuses in dying it, presented, 20 May. Read, and laid aside, and new Bill ordered. Report, concerning the Abuses therein, to be received, and considered, by the Committee for Trade, 13 Mar.

Silk-throwing, Bill to regulate it, read, 17 Jan. 1661. Committed, 8 Feb. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 10 Mar. Passed; 3 Apr. 1662.

Skinners, Bill for regulating them, read, 22 Feb. 1661. Committed. Reported; * *. Proviso added, and Bill to be ingrossed, 28 Apr. Read Third time, and laid aside, 12 May; 1662.

Slingsby, Sir Robert, Bill for Sale of his Lands, read, 13 Dec. Committed, 21 Jan. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 1 Feb. Passed.

Soldiers, cashiered. Vide Address.-Maimed and wounded. Vide Loyalists.

Southampton, Town of, Clause, relating thereto, tendered to the Bill for the Customs, laid aside, 20 Mar.

Southwark Election, Report and Resolution concerning it, 26 June.

Speake, George, Esq; to be heard against Mrs. Briscoe's Bill, 21 Apr.

Speaker, chosen, 8 May. Presented to the King. To write Letters for bringing in the Arrears of Taxes, 20 June, & 11 July. To sign Letters to the Lord Treasurer, and the Judges, 25 July. To give Order for Discharge of Members Servants arrested, 28 Nov.

Stamford Election, Report and Resolution concerning it, 6 July.

Standon Parish, Petition of the Inhabitants read, and referred to the Committee upon the Bill for Highways, 6 July.

Stanstid Parish, Bill to make it distinct from Wrotham, read, 26 June. Committed, 4 July.

Star-chamber, Rooms belonging thereto, to be fitted up for Committees, 29 June.

Steward, Lord, swears several of the Members, and grants a Commission for swearing the rest, 8 May, 1661. Form of it, eod. die.

Stockbridge, double Return, Report and Resolution concerning it, 17 May, 1661.-touching the Election, 29 June.

Stogscombe, Manor, Bill, from the Lords, to discharge it from a Trust to the Earl of Exeter, and others, 14 Jan. Read. Committed. Reported, 3 Feb. Passed.

Stoughton, Mr. his Case recommended to the King, 19 May, 1662.

Stower and Salwerp Rivers, Bill, from the Lords, for making them navigable, 28 June. Read, 2 July. Committed. Petition referred, 7 Dec. Bill reported, with Amendments, 22 Feb. Other Provisoes added. Bill passed, 5 Mar.

Strafford, Earl of, Bill, from the Lords, to reverse his Attainder, 17 Feb. Read, * *. Committed, 19 Feb. Reported. Passed.

Streets. vide London and Westminster.

Sudbury, double Return, Report and Resolution concerning it, 17 May, 1661.-touching the Election, 7 Feb.

Suits at Law. Vide Arrests.

Sunderland Coals, Proviso, touching the Rate to be set thereon, read, and referred to the Committee upon the Bill for the Customs, 11 Mar.

Supply, Order for considering it, 21 & 27 May. Considered, and Bill for a voluntary Contribution towards it, ordered. Presented, and read, 7 June. Committed. Debated in the Committee. Reported, and to be ingrossed. Passed. Agreed to by the Lords, with Amendments, and Amendments agreed to. A Commission sent to the Speaker, and others, to take the Subscriptions of the rest of the Members, 15 July.-State of the Particulars designed for Supply of the King's constant Revenue, to be reported, 13 June. Vide Revenue.-Supply to be farther considered, 20 Nov. 1,200,000£. voted; and Method of raising it referred to a Committee of the whole House. Considered, and Resolution, touching a monthly Assessment, reported. Farther considered, and Resolution, touching the Proportions, reported. Farther considered, and Bill for raising it by an Eighteen Months Assessment, ordered. Presented, and read, 4 Dec. Committed. Considered in the Committee. Reported. Names of Commissioners delivered in, and Bill to be ingrossed. Passed. Agreed to by the Lords. Royal Assent. Printed Copies of it to be delivered to the Members, and dispersed in the Country, 9 Jan.

15° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 2. A. 1662 & 1663.

SCOTCH Cattle. Vide Cattle.

Scotton, Captain, to bring Bonds in his Hands, entered into by the Loyalists, 23 Feb. Sent for in Custody, for disobeying the Order, 8 Apr.

Sectaries, and Non-conformists, Letter, complaining of their Meetings, read, and Committee to peruse the Act against them, 29 Apr. Bill against them to be expedited, 19 May. Read. Committed. Reported, and re-committed, 3 June. Reported, and Debate thereon adjourned. Resumed. Farther proceeded in, and Bill to be ingrossed. Passed.

Seigniors, Richard and Anthony, Bill for Sale of Lands, read, 9 Mar. Committed. Reported, and to be ingrossed. Passed. Agreed to by the Lords, with Amendments, 13 Apr. Amendments agreed to, 2 May.

Serjeant at Arms, his Petition read, and recommended to the King, for an Increase of his Salary, and Board-wages, 20 July.

Silk-dying, Bill to prevent Abuses therein, read, and rejected, and Committee to examine the Frauds complained of, 13 Mar.

Slindon Manor, Bill for re-vesting it in the Crown, read, 13 Apr. Rejected, 2 May.

Soldiers, Bill to enable them to exercise Trades, read, 27 June. Committed, 6 July.

Speaker, votes upon an Equality of Voices, 18 May.

Standon Highway. Vide Highways.

Strangford, Lord, Bill to sell Lands, read, 20 May. Committed. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 14 July. Passed.

Streets. vide London.

Stuffs, Bill to regulate the making of them in Exeter and Devon, read, 13 June. Committed, and to be extended to other Counties.

Subjects, Bill to retain them in their Obedience, read, 21 May. Vide Sectaries.

Subsidies, Four voted for the Supply, 23 June. Vide Supply.- Bill, from the Lords, to confirm Four granted by the Clergy, 18 July. Thrice read, and passed.-A Grant thereof by the Province of York, read.

Supply, voted, 12 June. To be considered in a Committee of the whole House. Considered, and Resolution for raising it by way of Subsidy, reported, and agreed to, and Committee appointed to examine the Proportions in former Reigns. Report. Matter farther considered, and several Resolutions reported. Proceedings thereon. Farther Resolutions relating thereto, and Four Subsidies voted, and Bill ordered. Read. Committed, 2 July. Proceeded on. Farther proceeded on, and Order about naming Commissioners. Lists of them read. Bill to be reported. Reported, and to be ingrossed. Passed. Agreed to by the Lords, with Amendments, and Amendments agreed to.

16° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 3. A. 1663 & 1664.

SAYER, Dame Catherine, Bill to naturalize her, and her Children, read, 30 Mar. Committed, 18 Apr. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 6 May. Passed. Agreed to by the Lords, with Amendments, and Amendments agreed to.

Seamen. vide Navy.

Ships, English. Vide Merchants.

Silk-throwers, their Petition read, and referred to a Committee, 22 Apr.

Speaker, to sign Letters to be sent to the Commissioners for the Eighteen Months Assessment, 12 May.

Strangford, Lord, Bill for Sale of Lands, read, 28 Apr. Committed. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 7 May. Amended, and passed.

Streets. vide Highways.

Sussex, Petition of the grand Jury, & c. thereof, read, and referred to the Committee upon the Clothiers Petitions, 24 Mar.

Sydney, Algernon, Proviso for him, added to Lord Strangford's Bill, 10 May.

16° & 17° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 4. A. 1664.

SALOP, County, Sum charged thereon in the Bill of Assessment, 26 Jan. Proviso, in behalf thereof, added to the Bill.

Sandys, Samuel, Bill from the Lords, for Sale of an Estate, 20 Dec. Read, 12 & 16 Jan. Amended, and passed.

Seamen, Bill to enforce the Laws for impressing them, ordered, 2 Dec.

Somerset County, Sum charged thereon in the Bill of Assessment, 26 Jan.

Southampton County, Bill to settle certain Marsh Lands therein, read, 12 Dec.
-, -County and Town, and Isle of Wight, Southwark Borough, Sums charged thereon in the Bill of Assessment, 26 Jan.

Speaker gives the casting Vote in a Question, 4 Feb.

Stafford, County, Sum charged thereon in the Bill of Assessment, 26 Jan.

Stanley, Sir Charles, his Petition read, and Petition to the King, and his Answer, read, and Bill to reverse his Attainder ordered, and read, 15 Feb. Committed. Reported, and to be ingrossed. Passed. Amendments, made thereto by the Lords, considered, and agreed to, 1 Mar.

Strangford, Lord, Bill, from the Lords, for Sale of Lands, 21 Jan. Read. Proviso thereto, read twice, and committed with the Bill, 1 Feb. Bill reported, and passed, with Amendments. Amendments agreed to by the Lords.

Subsidy. vide Supply.

Suffolk, County, Sum charged thereon in the Bill of Assessment, 26 Jan.

Supply, considered, and 2,500,000£. voted, 25 Nov. Method of raising it considered in a Committee of the whole House. To be raised in a subsidiary Way. Farther considered, and Rolls of the last Subsidies to be brought in. Farther considered, and select Committee to examine the Rates of several former Subsidies, and report the Proportions, 1 Dec. Estimate reported, and re-committed. Abstract reported, and referred to the Committee of the whole House. Supply farther considered in the Committee. Their Proceedings reported, and Committee appointed to extract a Medium out of several former Rates. Medium reported, and Resolutions thereon. Farther considered, and 40,000£. voted for Relief of several Counties over-rated. Bill ordered, and Committee to consider of the Distribution of the 40,000£. amongst the several Counties, eod. die. Farther Resolutions and Proceedings, 16 Dec. Bill read. Committed. Distribution of the 40,000£. reported, and recommitted, to be cast up arithmetically. Bill considered in the Committee, and an Amendment reported, and agreed to, with an Amendment, 12 Jan. Farther Report touching the Distribution of the 40,000£. and Resolutions and Proceedings thereon. Bill farther considered, and Lists of Commissioners to be brought in. Farther considered, and the inserting of the Sums to be left to the House. Farther considered, and Committee appointed to take Account of the Fees, at the Exchequer, upon paying and issuing the Supply. Farther proceeded on. Reported. Proceedings thereon. Bill to be ingrossed. Passed, 3 Feb. Agreed to by the Lords, with Amendments, and Amendments agreed to, with an Amendment to one of them. Conference, desired with the Lords thereon, agreed to, and held, and another Conference, desired by the Lords, held, and their Concurrence reported.

Sussex, County, Sum charged thereon in the Bill of Assessment, 26 Jan.

Sutton Marsh, Bill to settle it on the Duke of Richmond, read, 7 Feb. Committed. Reported, and to be ingrossed. Passed.

17° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 5. A. 1665.

SCHOOLMASTERS, nonconforming. Vide Ministers.

Scott, Thomas. Vide Attainder.

Speaker, gives the casting Vote in a Question, 12 Oct.

Supply, to be considered, 10 Oct. Considered, and 1,250,000£. voted, to be raised by an Addition to the monthly Assessment, and Bill ordered. Read. Committed. Considered in the Committee. Reported, and to be ingrossed. Passed. Agreed to by the Lords.- Bill for a farther Assessment of 120,000£. to be given to the Duke of York, ordered. Vide York.

Swearing, Cursing, and Drunkenness, Bill to suppress them, read, 14 Oct.

18° & 19° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 6. A. 1666.

SACRAMENT, to be received by the House, and Ministers desired to officiate thereat, 29 Oct. Another Day appointed, 9 Nov. Notice to be given to the Persons appointed to officiate, 7 Dec. Question for Leave to speak against the Orders, Neg. eod. die. Names of the Members receiving it, delivered in, 10 Dec.

Saint John, Lord, acknowleges his Offence in striking Sir Andrew Henley in Westminster-hall, and House to intercede for him with the King, 3 Dec. His Petition read, and to be presented. House attends the King therewith, and his Answer reported.

Sandcroft, Dr. desired to preach, 2 Nov. Thanked, & c. 8.

Sandys, Samuel, Esq; his Petition read, and referred to the Committee upon the Bedford Level Bill, 17 Jan.

Scawen, Francis, Bill, from the Lords, for his Restitution, 18 Jan. Read. Passed.

Scots Rebels, Account of their Defeat, communicated, 3 Dec.

Seamen. vide Navy.

Serjeant at Arms, his Petition read, and referred to the Committee of Privileges, and Proceedings against him to be stayed, 28 Nov. Committee to examine his Expences on account of Defaulters, 18 Jan.

Servants, how to be taxed in the Poll-bill, 17 Nov.

Shirley, Sir Seymour, Bill to confirm a Settlement of his Estate, read, 13 Dec. Committed. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 15 Jan. Passed.

Soldiers. vide Officers.

Somerset Election, Report and Resolution concerning it, 9 Nov.

Southampton, Bill, from the Lords, for uniting Parishes, and Maintenance of Ministers, there, 2 Jan. Read. Rejected.

Speaker, votes upon an Equality of Voices, 17 Oct. 20 Dec. & 7 Feb. To take Cognizance of Complaints about Members Servants arrested, 20 Dec.

Stanley, Sir Charles, Bill to make Leases, read, 8 Jan. Committed. Reported, and to be ingrossed. Passed. Agreed to by the Lords, with Amendments, 8 Feb.

Statute Laws, Committee to confer with the Judges about them, 5 Oct.

Stillingfleet, Mr. desired to preach, 24 Sept.

Stock, of Land, and in Trade, charged in the monthly Assessment, to be exempted out of the Poll-bill, 17 Nov.

Stores, military, Bill for Preservation of them, read, and Question thereon, Neg. 2 Oct. Committee to bring in a Bill to prevent imbezzling them, eod. die. Vide Navy.

Strangford, Lord, Bill for Sale of Lands, read, 6 Oct. Committed. Reported, and to be ingrossed. Passed, 12 Dec. Agreed to by the Lords, with Amendments, and Amendments agreed to, 10 Jan.

Supply, to be considered in a Committee of the whole House, 4 & 11 Oct. Debated, and Committee directed to consider of Means for raising 1,800,000£. for it. Matter considered. Farther considered, and Report touching a Proposal for the Sale of Chimney-money, and Orders thereon. Vide Chimney-money. Farther considered, 23, 24, 25. 27. & 31, Oct. & 2 Nov. A Land-tax to be considered by the Committee, 2 Nov. Debated. Consideration of the Supply resumed by the House, and Resolution touching a monthly Assessment towards it, 8 Nov. Vide Assessment.- touching a Poll-bill, eod die.-touching a Duty upon sealed Paper, eod. die. Vide Paper.-touching an Imposition on foreign Commodities, eod. die. Farther considered in the Committee, 12, 13, 14. & 16, Nov. Heads of a Poll-bill reported, and Bill ordered thereon, 17. Vide Poll-bill.

Swaffham Prior, Bill, from the Lords, for uniting Two Churches there, 16 Jan. Read, 1 Feb. Committed. Reported, with Amendments. Passed.

12° Car. II. Parl. 1. A. 1660.

TAVISTOCK, double Return, Report and Resolution concerning it, 27 Apr.-touching the Election, 23 May.

Taunton, Governor of. Vide Perry.

Temple, James and Peter, excepted out of the Bill of Pardon, 9 June. House informed of their having surrendered. Inserted in the Clause for suspending Execution, in case of Attainder, 28 Aug.

Tenures, Vide Wards.

Term to be put off, 4 May. Vide Easter.

Terrington Manor, excepted out of the Order for Restitution of the Queen's Jointure Lands, 27 June.

Thanks of the House given to General Monck, 26 Apr. & 29 June.-to Colonel Ingoldsby, 26 Apr.-to Sir John Greenville, for bringing the King's Letter, 3 May.-to Mr. Forth, for advancing 500£. for Mr. Greenville.-to Alderman Robinson and others, for advancing Money for the King.-to the Council of State.-to the Commissioners of Staffordshire, for seizing Colonel Harrison's Horses.-to the Earl of Winchelsea, for securing Sir H. Mildmay, eod. die.-to the Mayor and Magistrates of Harwich, for suppressing a Disturbance there, 21 May.-to the Members who attended the King, 2 June.-to the Duke of York.-to the Duke of Gloucester.-to Admiral Montague, 19 June, & 24 July.-to Mr. Windham, for his Service in preserving the King after the Battle of Worcester, 17 Dec.

Thanksgiving, for General Monck's Success, Days appointed for it, and agreed to by the Lords, 26 Apr.-for the Restoration, King to be moved to order it, and Petition for that Purpose to be drawn, 30 May. Reported, and agreed to, and sent to the Lords, eod. die. Agreed to by them, 31 May. Form of it, eod. die. Preacher before the House appointed, 11 June. Money, collected on the Occasion, to be given to the Poor of St. Margaret's.

Theft and Rapine. Vide Borders.

Thirske Election, and double Return, Report and Resolution relating thereto, 3 May.

Thriscrosse, Anne, Proviso, concerning her, tendered to the Bill of Pardon, rejected, 7 July.

Thurloe, Secretary, to be secured upon a Charge of high Treason, and Committee to take his Examination, 15 May. Struck out of the List of Commissioners for the Assessment. Liberty given him to attend the Secretaries of State, 29 June. Amendment, relating to him, made by the Lords to the Bill of Pardon, agreed to, 11 Aug.

Titchborne, Alderman, excepted out of the Bill of Pardon, 9 June. Surrenders. To be carried, in the Serjeant's Custody, to the Lords, 9 July. Complaint of his being detained by the Black Rod, and to be sent for by the Serjeant. Inserted in the Clause for suspending Execution, in case of Attainder, 28 Aug.

Titles of Honour, received from Oliver, Richard, or Henry, Cromwell, by any Person, named a Commissioner for the Assessment, to be struck out, 17 May. Bill to avoid Grants of them, read. Vide Offices.

Titus, Captain Silas, Order for charging 3,000£. for him upon the Excise, 19 Dec. Agreed to by the Lords, eod. die.

Tiverton, Committee to examine the Miscarriage of a new Writ for it, 20 Nov.

Tobacco, Information of great Quantities being run, and Question and Order about seizing it, 6 Sept. Certificate, touching Mr. Haberthwaite's opposing the Officers appointed to secure it, read.-Bill to restrain the planting of it in England ordered, 8 Nov. Read twice, and committed. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 6 Dec. Passed. Agreed to by the Lords. Bill, from the Lords, to the same Purpose, 4 Dec.

Tolhurst, Major, Order for Payment of a Sum due to him upon account of the Garrison of Newcastle, 5 Sept.

Tombs, John. Vide Ledbury.

Tomlinson, Colonel, excepted out of the Order for seizing the Persons and Estates of the late King's Judges, 17 May.

Tonage and Poundage, Resolution for granting them to the King for Life, and Committee to bring in a Bill for that Purpose, 19 June. Petition of Spanish Merchants referred, eod. die. Bill read twice, and committed, 20 June. Considered in the Committee, 10 & 13 July. Petition of Barbadoes Planters referred, and Bill farther proceeded on. Debate thereon resumed by the House, and Book of Rates to be prepared, and made Part of the Bill. Vide Rates. Bill reported, and to be ingrossed. Read Third time. Proceedings thereon. Passed. Agreed to by the Lords.-A temporary Bill read twice, and Debate thereon adjourned, 21 July.

Tower, Lieutenant of, to order the Guns to be fired upon proclaiming the King, 8 May.

Trade, Committee appointed, * *. Revived, and to consider of the Aulnage Duties, the Fisheries, the East India Trade, and the Means to prevent the planting of Tobacco in England, 8 Nov. Petitions, referred. Committee joined with the Committee for Woollen Manufactures.

Tregony Election, and double Return, Report and Resolution relating thereto, 5 May.

Trevill, Mr. Information of his threatening to kill the King, and Committee to exame it, 18 May.

Truro, double Return, Report and Resolution concerning it, 5 May.-touching the Election, 20 June.

Tyllam, Thomas, sent for in Custody, for a Disturbance at Colchester, 28 May.

13° & 14° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 1. A. 1661 & 1662.

TALLOW, Clauses, relating thereto, in the Bill against exporting Wool, to be expunged, 24 Apr.

Tavistock, double Return, Report and Resolution relating thereto, 16 May.-touching the Election, 17 Dec.

Temple, Sir Thomas, his Bill to be read, 19 Feb.

Terringham, Sir Wm. Vide Fens.

Theft and Rapine. Vide Borders.

Thomas, Sir Anthony. Vide Fens.

Throckmorton, Sir Wm, Bill, from the Lords, to naturalize him and others, 31 May. Read 8 June.

Thynne, Sir Hen. Frederick, Bill to supply a Defect in his Marriage-settlement, read, 18 June. Committed. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 9 July. Passed. Agreed to by the Lords, with Amendments, 28 Jan. Amendments agreed to, 1 Feb.

Tin, Question for inserting it in the Clause, added to the Bill for the Customs, relating to Mediterranean, Ships, Neg. 19 Mar.

Tower, Lieutenant of, to cause Persons in his Custody to be brought to the Bar, 22 Nov. His Return to the Order.

Trade, grand Committee appointed, 11 May, 1661. To consider of the Woollen Manufacture, 7 Jan. Vide Woollen Manufactures. To receive, and proceed upon the Report touching Abuses in heavy dying of Silk, 13 Mar. To consider of the Matter concerning Bullion, 5 Apr. 1662.

Treason, Bill for executing certain Persons attainted thereof, ordered, 1 July. Vide Regicides.

Treasurer, Lord, to issue Commissions for inspecting the Revenue of Excise, 23 July. Desired to give Directions for Payment of the Sums ordered for the Officers of the House.

Tremayne, Colonel, to attend the Committee of Grievances, upon a Petition against him, 27 May.

Truro, double Return, Report and Resolution concerning it, 16 May.-touching the Election, 20 July.

Tumults, on Pretence of presenting Petitions, Bill, from the Lords, against them, 28 May. Read. Committed, 25 June. Reported, and passed, 11 July.

Turner, Sir Edward, chosen Speaker, 8 May, 1661. Vide Speaker.

Twiford, Vicar of, Resolution concerning him, 6 May, 1662.

Tyndall, Francis, Bill to settle Lands belonging to him, read, * *. Committed, 12 Mar. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 15. Passed.

15° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 2. A. 1662 & 1663.

TAPESTRY. vide Linen.

Temple, Sir Richard, his Message to the King, about settling his Revenue, communicated to the House by the King's Order, and referred to a Committee, 13 June. Another Message from the King concerning it, and Committee to consider of it. Report, and King desired to name the Person, who brought the Message from Sir Richard Temple. Earl of Bristol named, and Message to him thereupon. Desires to answer personally in the House, and Day appointed for that Purpose. Heard accordingly, 1 July. Votes in his Justification, and acquitting Sir Richard Temple, and Orders thereon, eod. die.

Timber-trees. vide Woods.

Titles of Honour, Clause, to prevent the Sale of them, to be inserted in the Bill against selling of Offices, 18 May.

Trade, grand Committee appointed, 18 Feb. Days ordered for their sitting, 1 Apr.-Select Committee appointed to prepare sumptuary Laws, and to prevent Encroachments in Trade, 26 Feb. Heads reported, and Bills ordered upon several of them, 7 Apr. King to be moved as to the rest. Bill for Advancement of Trade, read 8 May. Committed. Reported, and proceeded on, and Committee to prepare a Clause, for limiting the Times for bringing in Irish and Scotch Cattle. Clause reported, and agreed to, and Bill re-committed. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 2 June. Passed. Agreed to by the Lords, with Amendments, 24 July. Amendments agreed to.

Tythes, extraparochial, adjudged to belong to the Crown, and Committee to enquire into the Value of them, 14 May.

16° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 3. A. 1663 & 1664.

THREAD Manufacture, Petition of Artificers therein read, and referred to the Committee upon Trade, 26 Apr.

Trade, grand Committee appointed, 21 Mar. Committee upon the Clothiers Petition to enquire into the Reasons of the Decay of Trade, and consider of Means for advancing it. Resolutions, touching the Appointment of Commissioners, to consider of the Impositions upon the Goods of England and Scotland, and to settle the Trade with Ireland, reported, and King to be attended therewith, 6 Apr. Vote, touching the Injuries done to the English Merchants abroad by the Dutch, reported, and to be presented to the King.Vide Dutch. -touching a general Naturalization Bill, reported, and debated, 2 May. Further debated, and disagreed to. Resolution, touching the Increase of Hallage at Blackwell-hall and Leadenhall, reported, and agreed to. Vide Hallage.- touching the Actions brought by Sir Robert Carr against the Governors of the East India Company, reported, and agreed to, and Proceedings to be stayed. Farther Report touching the Depredations of the Dutch, and to be laid before the King, eod. die.

Turner, Sir Wm. his Petition referred to the Committee of Elections, 5 May.

16° & 17° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 4. A. 1664.

THANETT, Earl of, Bill, from the Lords, to confirm a Settlement between him and his Brothers, read, 15 Feb. Committed. Reported, eod. die. Passed, * *. Conference, desired by the Lords thereon, agreed to, and held, and Report touching their adhering to the Bill, with an Amendment, and a Proviso to be added, 28 Feb. Amendment and Proviso read, and agreed to, and another Conference to be desired with the Lords thereon, eod. die. Agreed to, 1 Mar.

Tobacco-pipe-making, Bill to regulate it, read, 16 Dec. Rejected, 18 Jan.

Trade, grand Committee appointed, 24 Nov.

Tythes, Bill for better Recovery of them, read, 13 Dec. Committed.

17° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 5. A. 1665.

TRADE, grand Committee appointed, 11 Oct.

Treason (petit) Murder, and Felony, Bill for better Trial of Persons indicted thereof, read, 9 Oct. Committed.-Bill for Tryal of Accessaries thereto, read. Committed.

Tythes, Bill for better recovering them, ordered, 12 Oct.

18° & 19° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 6. A. 1666.

TAYLEUR, Wm. Esq; his Petition read and avowed, and referred to the Committee of Grievances, 2 Nov. Another presented, and referred, the former being taken away. Report, and Resolutions thereon, and Lord Mordant to be impeached, 18 Dec. Vide Mordant.

Tenants for Lives. Vide Estates.

Theft and Rapine. Vide Borders.

Thetford, Clause, touching the rating of it in the Bill of Assessment, to be offered upon the Report, 17 Dec. Tendered, and rejected, 21 Jan.

Titles, how taxed in the Poll-bill, 23 Nov.

Trade, grand Committee appointed, 21 Sept. Vide Manufactures.

12° Car. II. Parl. 1. A. 1660.

VAGRANTS, Bill against them, read, 26 Apr.

Vane, Sir Henry, excepted out of the Bill of Pardon, as to Pains and Penalties, 11 June. Clause, added by the Lords, to except him and others for Life, disagreed to, 13 Aug. Reasons, offered by the Lords, for adhering thereto, reported. To stand excepted, as proposed by the Lords, and King to be petitioned to pardon him as to Life. Vide Address. Clause, relating to him, agreed to.

Vanteythusen, Gerrard, Bill to naturalize him, and others, read, 17 July. Committed. Petition of the City of London, relating thereto, read, and referred, 3 Aug. Bill reported, and to be ingrossed, and several Persons added. Passed.

Vassall, Samuel. Vide Debts.

Venn, John, excepted out of the Bill of Pardon, 9 June.

Vicarages, Bill for endowing them out of appropriate Rectories, ordered, 7 Aug. Read, 8 Sept. Committed, 7 Nov. Reported, and re-committed. Reported, and to be ingrossed. Passed.

Villiers, aliàs Danvers, Mr. to attend in his Place, to answer a Charge against him, 14 May. Heard, and a Witness examined in relation thereto.

Visitations, Clause for discharging Incumbents from Arrears in respect thereof, added to the Bill for Vicarages, 27 Nov.

Universities, Clause, concerning the Confirmation of Fellows and Scholars therein, to be drawn, and tendered to the Bill for College Leases, 14 Aug. Tendered, and read, and to be offered upon the Third reading of the Bill. Several Clauses relating thereto, added, 29 Aug. & 4 Sept.-Proviso for saving the Privileges of the Universities, tendered to the Bill for the Post Office, and withdrawn, and another, touching Letters sent thither, added, 20 Dec.

Usher of the Black Rod. Vide Privileges.

13° & 14° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 1. A. 1661 & 1662.

VAGABONDS. vide Poor, and Rogues.

Vagrants, Bill against them read, 10 May, 1661. Committed, 29 June.

Vane, Sir Henry, to be proceeded against, 1 July. King moved to remand him to the Tower, 22 Nov. 10 Jan. & 19 Feb. Vide Message.

Vicarages, Bill to erect and augment them, read, 18 June.

Uniformity, Bill for it, read, 29 June. Committed, 3 July. Reported, and to be ingrossed. Book of Common-prayer annexed, and Bill passed. Conference, desired by the Lords thereon, held, and reported, and Bill returned, with Amendments, 10 Apr. 1662. Proceedings thereon. Farther Proceedings thereon, and Committee to settle the Amendments, and prepare Instructions for a Conference. Report, and Conference agreed to. Amendments and Alterations, made by the House, agreed to by the Lords, 9 May.

Votes of the House, some of them to be printed, 15 July, & 13 May.

15° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 2. A. 1662 & 1663.

VAGABONDS. vide Rogues.

Vaughan, Henry, Bill to restore Money deceitfully gotten from him, read, 18 Mar. Committed.

Vermuyden, Sir Cornelius. Vide Halfield.

Vestries, Bill to regulate them, read, 2 May. Committed. Reported, and re-committed. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 1 June. Passed, * *. Agreed to by the Lords, 22 July.

Vintners Company, their Petition read, and referred to the Committee upon the Bill for Wine Licences, 26 May. Clause, on their behalf, tendered to the Bill, and rejected, 6 July.

Uniformity, Act of; Committee to peruse it, 19 Feb. Report and Resolution relating thereto, 9 Mar.-Bill for Relief of Persons hindered from subscribing the Declaration therein, read, 15 June. Committed. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 3 July. Passed. Agreed to by the Lords, with Amendments, and some of them disagreed to. Conference desired with the Lords thereon, and Amendments, disagreed to, not insisted on.

Universities, Provisoes for them, added to the Duke of York's Bill, 15 June, & 6 July.

16° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 3. A. 1663 & 1664.

VINTNERS, Bill relating to them, read, 24 Mar. Committed, 2 Apr. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 7 May. Read Third time, and Committee to examine certain Alterations made in it by a private Hand, 11 May. Report to be received. Made, and Mr. Pryn reprimanded.

16° & 17° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 4. A. 1664.

VINTNERS, Bill for levying the Forfeitures on them, read, 18 Jan. Committed. Reported, and to be ingrossed. Question for its passing, Neg. 1 Mar.

18° & 19° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 6. A. 1666.

VILLERS, Lady, Proviso, on her behalf, added by the Lords to the Coinage Bill, amended, and agreed to, 19 Dec.

12° Car. II. Parl. 1. A. 1660.

WAITE, Colonel, excepted out of the Bill of Pardon, 9 June. Surrenders. Inserted in the Clause for suspending Execution, in case of Attainder, 28 Aug.

Walcott, Thomas, his Letter concerning Sir Edw. Fitzharris and Mr. Johnson, read, and avowed at the Bar, and Committee to consider of it, 22 May. Vide Papists.

Waller, Sir Hardress, excepted out of the Bill of Pardon, 9 June. Surrenders. Inserted in the Clause for suspending Execution, in case of Attainder, 28 Aug. Exception taken thereto by the Lords, and Satisfaction given them thereon, eod. die.

Walling ford Election, Report and Resolution concerning it, 31 July.

Wallop, Robert, Esq; summoned to attend the House, 9 June. Expelled, and incapacitated, and excepted out of the Bill of Pardon, and committed to the Serjeant.

Waltham Forest, Bill for erecting a Chapel there, read twice, and committed, 15 Nov.

Wards and Liveries, and Tenures in Capite, Bill, for taking them away, ordered, 3 May. Presented, and read. Com mitted, and Resolution for settling 100,000£. a Year upon the Crown in lieu of them. Petition of the Officers read, and referred, eod. die. Orders for the sitting of the Committee, 22, 23, 27. & 29, June. Instructions, 26 June, & 12 July. Bill reported, and Debate thereon adjourned, 28 July. Resumed, and select Committee to apportion a Rate for raising the 100,000£. per Annum 4 Aug. King to be desired to suspend the Exercise of his Prerogative in relation to Tenures, 4 Sept. Another Resolution to the same Purpose, and Address, thereon reported, and to be presented to the King. His Assent thereto reported. Apportionment of the 100,000£. per Annum presented, and read, 8 Nov. Considered. Farther Debate thereon, and a Moiety of the Excise upon Beer, Ale, and other Liquors, voted, in Compensation for the Court of Wards, Tenures, and Purveyance. Bill to be brought in perfected, according to the said Vote. Committee appointed to prepare and insert Clauses, pursuant thereto. Several other Particulars added. Amendments to the Bill reported, and referred to a Committee, 1 Dec. Report, and Proceedings thereon. Farther Proceedings, and Bill to be ingrossed. Passed. Returned from the Lords, with Amendments, and Amendments referred to a Committee. Reported, and some of them disagreed to, and one amended, and Conference, desired with the Lords thereon, agreed to, and held, eod. die. Free Conference, desired by the Lords thereon, agreed to, and held, and Amendments, delivered by the Lords thereat, read, and agreed to, 22 Dec.-Select Committee to state the Recompence to the Officers of the Court of Wards, 11 Dec. Report, and Question thereon.

Waring, Edmund, excepted by the Lords out of the Bill of Pardon, 13 Aug. Proviso disagreed to. Not insisted upon.

Watson, Leonard, his Examination about the late King's Execution, reported, 7 June.

Wauchter, Abraham, Bill, from the Lords, to naturalize him, 4 Dec. Thrice read, and passed.

Waulton, Valentine, excepted out of the Bill of Pardon, as to Pains and Penalties, 9 June. Excepted for Life, 9 July.

Weavers Company, Bill to regulate the Election of Bailiffs and Wardens thereof, read, 10 Nov.

Weobley Election, Report concerning it, and adjudged void, 16 July.

Whalley, Edward, excepted out of the Bill of Pardon, as to Pains and Penalties, 9 June. Excepted for Life, 9 July.

White, Colonel, Information against him referred to a Committee, and Witness sent for in Custody, and examined, 2 June. Examinations reported, and Colonel White cleared. Witness discharged, eod. die.

Whitehall, Persons having Lodgings there, to be removed, and Doors to be broke open, if kept locked, 10 May.

Whitlock, Bulstrode, Esq; his Petition read, and Question for excepting him out of the Bill of Pardon, not to be put, 14 June.

Wigan Election, Report concerning it re-committed, 20 June. Farther Report, and Election declared void, 31 July.

Wildman, Major, Informations against him referred to a Committee, 18 June.

Willoughby of Parham, Lord, Committee to consider of a Debt owing to him, 23 June. Report, and Order for Payment, 17 July. To be sent to the Lords. Sent, 30 Aug.

Wilton Election, Report touching a double Return of the Mayor and Two others, and Report re-committed, 3 May. Farther Report, and Election of the Mayor declared void, and new Writ ordered, 14 June.

Winchelsea, Earl of, his Letters concerning the seizing of Sir H. Mildmay, and others, and several Examinations taken before him, read, and Thanks given him thereon, 19 May.-Bill, from the Lords, for Sale of Lands, for Payment of his Debts, 23 Aug. Read. Committed. Reported. Passed.

Winchester, Marquis of, Order sent from the Lords, for Stay of Waste upon his Lands, 7 May.-Clause, concerning him referred to the Committee upon the Bill of Sales, 12 July.- Bill, from the Lords, to make him Satisfaction out of the Lands of Mr. Wallop and Sir Thomas Jervoise, 3 Aug. Read. Committed. Committee ordered to fit. Revived, 16 Nov.

Windham, John, Thomas, and Wm. Bill to enable them to sell Timber, read, 18 Aug. Committed. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 5 Dec. Question for its passing, Neg. 11.
-, -Francis, Esq; Order for presenting a Jewel of 1,000£. Value to him, as a Reward for protecting the King, and thanked for that Service, 17 Dec. Agreed to by the Lords, eod. die.

Windsor Election, and double Return, Report and Resolution relating thereto, 27 Apr.-Petition of Mayor, & c. touching Persons turned out of the Castle, and Order thereon, 7 Aug. -of Innholders, & c. complaining of the Quartering of Soldiers upon them, and King to be moved therein, 15 Nov.-Clause, for exempting the Chapel out of the Bill for endowing Vicarages, not received.-Proviso, concerning Windsor and Maidenhead Barges, offered to the Bill for the Post Office, read, and laid aside, 20 Dec.

Wines, Resolutions touching the Duties thereon, 23 July. Clause pursuant thereto, and another, touching Prize Wines, added to the Bill of Tonage and Poundage. Another, to prevent the King's Butler from tasting Prize Wines, read, and laid aside, eod. die.-Bill to regulate the granting of Wine Licences, ordered, 4 Sept. Read, 10 Dec. Committed. Reported, and proceeded on, and Clause, to prevent sophisticating Wines, to be drawn. Reported, and added, and Bill to be ingrossed, eod. die. Read the Third time, and Clause for settling the Price of Wines, sold by Retail, added, and Bill passed, 27 Dec. Agreed to by the Lords.

Wintour, Sir John. Vide Dean Forest.

Wogan, Thomas, excepted out of the Bill of Pardon, 9 June. Surrenders. Inserted in the Clause for suspending Execution, in case of Attainder, 28 Aug.

Wool, and Fullers Earth, King to be moved for a Proclamation against transporting them, 31 July. Order for that Purpose reported, and agreed to by the Lords, 15 Aug.-Bill to restrain the Exportation thereof, ordered, eod. die. Read, 3 Sept. Committed, 7 Nov. Reported, and to be ingrossed. Passed. Agreed to by the Lords, with Amendments, and Amendments agreed to, 29 Dec.-Persons, accused of transporting Wool, sent for in Custody, 9 & 13 Nov. To be examined by the Committee for Trade. Report, and Order for their Discharge, 12 Dec.

Woollen Manufactures, imported, how to be charged in the Book of Rates, 19 July. Resolution for reducing the Customs upon those exported. Bill of Tonage and Poundage amended, pursuant thereto.-King to be petitioned about the Duties laid thereon by the Dutch. Vide Address.- Committee appointed, to consider of regulating and encouraging them, 27 July. Report, and Orders thereon, 31 July, & 15 Aug. Committee joined with the Committee for Trade, 15 Nov.

Worcester, Earl of, consents to the demolishing of Chepstow Castle, 21 May. Surrenders the Patent of the Dukedom of Somerset, 23 Aug.
-, -Clothiers, their Petition read, and referred to the Committee for Trade, 13 Nov.

Worstenholme, Sir John, Bill to make a Clause in the Act of Oblivion, concerning him, and others, effectual, ordered, 11 Dec.

Wray, Sir Wm. Bill to sell Lands, read, 24 July. Committed. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 13 Nov. Passed, 7 Dec. Agreed to by the Lords.

Writs, new, ordered for Arundell, Portsmouth, and Wallingford, 1 May. For Steyning. For Ludgerfall, 3 May, & 12 July. For Michell and Gatton, 5 May. For Wotton Bassett. For Malden, Lyme Regis, and Berwick. For Kellington, 14 May, and 19 June. For Thirsk and Bossiny, 15 May. For Cardigan. For Beverly and Cambridge. For Winchester. For Beeralston. For Morpeth. For Weymouth, 4 June. For Whitechurch, Northallerton, Nottingham, and Camelford. For Tiverton, 12 June, & 6 Nov. For Preston, 20 June. For Scarborough. For Helston. For Haverford-west. For Maidstone, 3 July. For Heydon. For Newport. For Milborn Port. For Devon. For Weobly. For Newcastle upon Tine. For Dover. For Bucks. For Coventry and Flint. For Grampound, 14 Aug. For Tregony. For Wigan, 3 Sept. For Ipswich. For Hereford, 6 Nov. For Gloucester.-Committee to examine the Miscarriage of several Writs, 16 May.-To be issued for all Places vacant.- One superseded, being kept unexecuted, and another ordered, 3 Sept.

Wyberd, Wm. excepted by the Lords out of the Bill of Pardon, 13 Aug. Proviso disagreed to. Not insisted on.

13° & 14° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 1. A. 1661 & 1662.

WALLOP, Robert, Esq; to be brought to the Bar, 29 June. Included in the Bill of Pains and Penalties, 1 July.

Walter, John, to make Restitution of Money received upon the Ballast Patent, and to be impeached, 26 June.

Wandesford, Lady, Bill to settle Lands for her Use, read, 9 Dec. Committed, 11 Jan. Reported from the Committee newwritten, upon account of the many Alterations therein, and read, 30 Apr. Farther proceeded on, 3 May.

Wards, Court of, Petition of the Officers read, and referred to a Committee, 14 June. Resolutions, touching the Compensations fit to be made them, reported, and Proceedings thereon, 16 Apr.

Wareham, double Return, Report and Resolution concerning it, 16 May, 1661.-touching the Election, 15 June.

Wells, Key of, Bill to repair it, ordered, 7 June. Read. Committed, 3 July. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 26 Feb. Passed, 8 Mar.

Wentworth, Lady, Bill, from the Lords, to naturalize her, 14 Jan. Read, 23 Jan. & 18 Mar. Passed, 21 Mar.

Westminster, Dean of, desired to preach, 7 June.
-, -Election, Report and Resolution concerning it, 26 June.
-, - Streets, Bill from the Lords, for paying them, 24 July. Read, and laid aside, as laying a Charge on the People, and Message to be sent to the Lords thereon, and a new Bill ordered, eod. die. Read twice, and committed, 25, July. Reported, and to be ingrossed. Passed. Agreed to by the Lords, with a Proviso added, and Proviso disagreed to, and Conference, desired with the Lords thereon, agreed to. Free Conference, desired by the Lords thereon, agreed to, and held, and Proviso agreed to, with an Amendment, and another free Conference, desired with the Lords, agreed to.-Bill for repairing the Streets and Highways in London and Westminster, read, 28 Nov. Vide London.
-, -Dean and Chapter, Proviso for them, added by the Lords to the Poor Bill, disagreed to, 15 May, 1662.

Wey, River, in Surrey, Bill to make it navigable, read 13 Mar. Committed. Mr Weston's Petition, concerning it, referred, 12 Apr.

Widdrington, Lord, Bill, from the Lords, to sell Lands, 3 Apr. Read. Committed.

Wilts, County Court, Bill to regulate it, read, 29 Nov.

Winchelsea, Earl of. Vide Acts.

Winchester, Marquis, Bill for making him Reparation out of the Estate of Mr. Wallop, read, 13 June. Committed. Reported, and to be ingrossed. Passed, 2 July.-Proviso, on his behalf, to be inserted in the Bill of Pains and Penalties, 4 July. Added. Disagreed to by the Lords, and left out, and Petition to be prepared, recommending his Case to the King. Petition read, and agreed to by the Lords, and to be presented.-Bill, from the Lords, to supply the Loss of certain Deeds relating to his Estate, 26 Feb. Read, 10 Mar. Committed. Reported. Passed.

Windsor Election, Report and Resolution concerning it, 6 July.

Wine Licences, Petition concerning them, read, and referred to a Committee, 4 Dec. To be laid before the King, 3 Feb. Report touching the Delivery of it.

Wintour, Sir John, his Interest in the Forest of Dean, to be considered by the Lord Treasurer, 25 July. Report delivered in, 13 Mar.

Wire, Gold and Silver, Bill to prevent Frauds therein, read, 17 Jan. Committed, 4 Feb.-Gold and Copper, Bill to prevent Frauds therein, read, 19 Feb.

Wire-drawers Corporation, Bill for confirming it to be read, 17 Dec.

Withers, George, Author of a Pamphlet reflecting upon the House, sent for from Newgate, 24 Mar. Examined, and sent to the Tower, and to be impeached, eod. die. King thanked for causing him to be apprehended, 3 Apr.

Witnesses, Order for their Attendance, 29 Nov.-Lords desired to swear some to be produced before the Commons, 4 Dec. Conference, desired by the Lords thereon, held, and reported.

Woodcock, Sir Thomas, his Petition read, and referred to the Commissioners for Church Lands, 10 Mar.

Wool, Debate about the Exportation thereof, 25 Nov. King desired to detain some seized, 19 Dec. Bill against exporting it, ordered, 1 Mar. Read. Committed. Committee revived, and Bill re-committed, with respect to a Clause therein, concerning Leather, 17 Apr. 1662. Reported, and to be ingrossed. Read Third time. Passed. Agreed to by the Lords, with Amendments, and Amendments agreed to, 17 May.

Wool Cards, foreign, Bill to prevent the Importation of them, read, 25 July. Committed, 25 Nov. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 4 Dec. Passed, 5 Feb. Agreed to by the Lords, with Amendments, 21 Mar.

Woollen Manufactures, Committee for Trade to consider of Means for regulating and improving them, 7 Jan. Resolution, touching the free Exportation thereof, reported, and Debate thereon adjourned, 24 Mar. Resumed, 7 Apr. Resolution agreed to, and King to be moved for a Proclamation pursuant thereto.

Worcester Clothiers, Bill for confirming their Charter, read, 27 May. Committed, 5 June. Reported, and to be ingrossed. Passed.

Writs, new, ordered for Liscard and Dorchester, 11 May, 1661. For Haverford-west. For Heytesbury. For Cardiff. For Westlow. For Northampton, 13 June, & 5 Dec. 1661, & 26 Apr. 1662. For Wilton, 17 June, 1661. For Chippenham, 20 June, & 20 July. For Hereford, 23 July, & 23 Jan. For Brecon County, 25 July, & 31 Jan. For Old Sarum and Lurgessall, 21 Nov. For Newport, 17 Jan. For Berealston. For Malmesbury. For Sudbury, 7 Feb. For Cockermouth. For Somerset. For Stafford, 19 Apr. 1662. For London.-Writ issued for a new Election, before the former was determined, declared void, 15 June.- Writs to be forthwith delivered to the proper Officers by the Persons receiving them, 22 Nov.

Wrotham Parish. Vide Plextoll, and Stanstid.

Wye and Lugg, Rivers, Bill to make them navigable, read, 19 Mar. Committed. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 11 Apr. Passed.

15° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 2. A. 1662 & 1663.

WADESON, Mr. Bill to restore him to the Office of Clerk of the Chamber of London, read, 23 Mar. Committed.

Warner, Mr. Bill for settling Lands upon him, read, 23 Mar.

Wastes, Bill for their Improvement, read, 1 Apr.

Watling-Street Highway, Bill for repairing it, read, 23 Feb. Committed.

Weaving, Bill to regulate Abuses therein, read, 8 May. Committed.

Wells, Key of, Bill for repairing it, ordered, 18 May. Read. Committed. Reported, and to be ingrossed. Passed, 2 June. Agreed to by the Lords, with Amendments. Amendments agreed to.

Westminster Hall. Vide Fleet, Warden of.
-, -Streets. Vide London.
-, -Dean of, desired to preach, 18 July. Thanked, & c. 22.

Whitney, Free-school. Vide Grocers.

Whorwood, Broom, Esq; Bill to make void a Decree of Alimony against him, ordered, 10 July.

Willoughby, George, Esq; Bill to naturalize him, read, 7 Apr. Committed. Names to be inserted, 13 Apr. 2 & 11 May. Bill reported, and to be ingrossed, 21 May. Passed. Agreed to by the Lords, 24 July.

Winchester, Marquis of, Bill to confirm an Award, for settling Differences between him and his Son Lord St. John, read, 1 Apr. Committed. Petitions referred. 9. & 11, Apr. & 9 May. Deeds and Writings, concerning his Estate, to be delivered to the Committee, 7 May. Bill reported. Passed.
-, -Bishop of, Bill, from the Lords, to enable him to let Leases, 22 May. Read. Committed. Reported, and passed, 9 July.

Wine Licences, Committee to consider the Case of the Patentees, and others, in relation thereto, 8 Apr. Bill for vesting the Office in the Duke of York, read, 23 May. Vide York. Resolutions, touching the Patentees, reported, and agreed to, and Bill for their Relief, ordered, 1 June. Proviso for them tendered to the Duke of York's Bill, read twice, and committed. Reported, and added. Disagreed to by the Lords, and left out, 24 July, Their Case to be recommended to the Duke.-Report of the Value of the Revenue arising thereby, 4 June.

Wintour, Sir John. Vide Dean Forest.

Witcherley, Daniel, his Petition read, and referred to Committee upon the Marquis of Winchester's Bill, 7 Apr. Proviso, on his behalf, tendered thereto, rejected, 27 May.

Withers, George, Prisoner in the Tower, Petition on his behalf read, and his Wife to have access to him, to bring his Recantation, 9 Apr. Released, upon Bond for his good Behaviour, 27 July.

Woods, and Timber-trees, Bill to punish unlawful Cutters thereof, read, 27 Feb. Committed, 9 Mar. Reported, and to be ingrossed. Passed. Agreed to by the Lords, 12 May.

Wool, and Leather, Committee to inspect the Laws against transporting them, 1 June. Report touching the Defects therein, and Bills for Supply of them, ordered, 23 July.

Wool-combers of Suffolk, their Petition read, and referred to a Committee, 3 June.

Woollen Manufactures. Vide Cloth, and Clothiers.

Worcester, Marquis of, Bill, from the Lords, to enable him to take the Benefit of a Water Engine, invented by him, 2 Apr. Read. Committed. Reported, with Amendments, and read the Third time, and Committee to bring in a Proviso to be added thereto. Proviso reported, and added, and Bill passed, 5 May. Amendments agreed to by the Lords.

Writs, new, ordered for London, Essex, Great Bedwyn, Northampton, Lymington, St. Mawes, and Staffordshire, 18 Feb. For Cardigan. For Oxon, 14 Apr. For Wallingford. For Richmond, 29 Apr. & 20 July. For Bridgenorth, 22 May. For Haverford-west. For Denbigh, 22 July.- Lord Chancellor desired to give Order for Delivery of new Writs to the proper Officers, 18 Feb.

16° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 3. A. 1663 & 1664.

WANDESFORD, Lady, Bill to settle certain Marsh Lands upon her, read, 30 Mar. Committed, 1 Apr.

Wey River, Bill to establish the Navigation thereof, read, 28 Mar. Committed. Party interested therein, to be brought to the Committee by the Warden of the Fleet, 21 Apr. Petition concerning it, read, and referred.

Wine, Petition of the Patentees for retailing it, read, and laid aside, 9 May.

Wool. vide Clothiers.

Writs, new, ordered for Bedfordshire, Denbighshire, Richmond, Lincoln, Warwick, Northampton, Cambridge, Harwich, Tiverton, and Canterbury, 21 Mar. For Dartmouth, 6 Apr. For New Sarum. For Chester County.

16° & 17° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 4. A. 1664.

WALES, Medium of the Rates to be set thereon in the Bill of Assessment, to be settled by the Members, 16 Dec. Reported, 21 Jan. Considered, and adjusted.

Warwick, County of, and City of Coventry, Sum charged thereon in the Bill of Assessment, 26 Jan.

Westmerland, Medium of the Rate to be charged thereon in the Bill of Assessment, reported, and agreed to, 16 Dec. Inserted, 26 Jan.

Westminster. vide Middlesex, and London.

Wight, Isle of, joined with Southampton in the Bill of Assessment, 26 Jan.

Wills, Bill for the better Probate of them, read, * *. Committed, and Instruction, 7 Feb.

Wilts, County, to be eased in the Assessment, 15 Dec. Resolution touching the Sum to be abated, 13 Jan. Sum assessed thereon.

Winchester, Bishop of, Bill, from the Lords, to enable him to settle Lands upon the Rectory of Bishops Waltham, in lieu of Tythes for Waltham Parks, 9 Feb. Read. Committed. Reported, with Amendments. Passed. Amendments agreed to by the Lords.

Wines, Petition of the Patentees for retailing them, read, and referred to a Committee, 10 Dec. Resolution, relating thereto, reported, 24 Jan. Disagreed to, and Petition laid aside.

Wood, and Coals, Committee appointed to inspect the Laws relating thereto, 14 Jan. Instruction, 8 Feb. Bill to regulate the Assize and Measure thereof, read twice, and committed. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 1 Mar. Passed, eod. die. Agreed to by the Lords, 2 Mar.

Worcester, County, to be eased in the Assessment, 15 Dec. Resolution touching the Sum to be abated, 13 Jan. Sum assessed thereon.
-, -City of, Sum rated thereon in the Bill of Assessment, 26 Jan.

Writs, new, ordered for Wilts, Lancashire, Gloucestershire, Oxfordshire, Guilford, Berwick, York, Gatton, and St. Ives, 24 Nov. For Lincolnshire, 12 Dec. For Cumberland. For Richmond and Sarum, 23 Jan, For Derby, 9 Feb.-Complaint of Writs being miscarried; and Order thereon, 25 Jan.

Wye River, in Surrey, Bill to settle the Navigation thereof, read, and rejected, 15 Feb.

17° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 5. A. 1665.

WORKHOUSES, Bill for regulating them, ordered, 13 Oct.

Writs, new, ordered for Stamford, Hertfordshire, Derbyshire, Kellington, Helston, Montgomery, Rumney, and Sandwich, 9 Oct. For Berealston and Somerset. For St. Mawes. For Camelford. For Mitchell.

18° Car. II. Parl. 2. A. 1665 & 1666.

WRITS, new, ordered for Great Marlow, Peterborough, Minehead, and Southwark, 20 Feb.-Motions for new Writs, put a stop to by the Black Rod knocking at the Door, 23 Apr.

18° & 19° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 6. A. 1666.

WALES. vide Replevins.

Westminster, Dean of, desired to preach, 24 Sept. Thanked, 4 Oct. Desired to print his Sermon.

Weymouth, double Return, Committee of Elections to examine it, 7 Feb. Report and Resolution concerning it.

Williams, Sir Henry, Bill for Payment of his Debts, read, 12 Nov.

Winchelsea Election, Report concerning it, 9 Jan. Debate and Resolution thereon.

Wines, Bill to regulate the Prices thereof, read, 29 Dec. Committed, 5 Jan.

Wire, Gold and Silver, Bill for preparing it, read, and rejected, 12 Nov.

Witness, Debate about admitting one, being Mother of one of the Parties, and Resolution thereon, 19 Nov.

Wood. vide Fuelling.

Woollen, Bill for burying therein, ordered, 16 Nov. Read, 1 Dec. Committed, 10. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 2 Jan. Passed. Agreed to by the Lords.

Writs, new, ordered for Winchelsea and Plymouth, 18 Sept. For Plympton, 18 Sept. 10 Jan. & 4 Feb. For Grimsby, Morpeth, and Truro, 18 Sept. For Boston, Haverford-west, and Nottinghamshire. For Winton, 8 Oct. For Newtowne. For the Devizes, 26 Nov. For Devon, 7 Dec. For Dartmouth. For Weymouth, 4 Jan. For Newport. For Preston. For Cambridge.-Under-sheriff of Devon sent for in Custody, for not returning a Writ, 22 Oct.

12° Car. II. Parl. 1. A. 1660.

YARMOUTH, Great, Election, Report and Resolution concerning it, 18 May.

York, Duke of, Order for presenting him with 5,000£. 10 May. Another Order for presenting him with 10,000£. and Money charged upon the Three Months Assessment. Orders for Re-payment of it to the Person advancing it for his Use, 17 May, & 8 June. His Letter to the Speaker read, and Thanks returned him thereon, 6 June. His Guards to be put upon the Establishment of the Army. Added to the Garrison of Dunkirk. Order for charging 10,000£. more for him upon the Excise, 1 Sept. Agreed to by the Lords. Resolutions touching the disbanding of his Regiment. His Letter of Thanks to the House, read.-recommending the Petition from Dover, about sick and wounded Soldiers, read, 14 Dec.-concerning Admiral Lawson, read. Order for charging 10,000£. more for him upon the Excise. Agreed to by the Lords.

Young, Dr, his Information against Hugh Peters, read, 18 June.

13° & 14° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 1. A. 1661 & 1662.

YORK, Duke of, thanked for revoking a Lease of the Ballast Patent, 26 June.
-, -County of, Bill for regulating the Manufacture of broad Cloth in the West Riding thereof, read, 4 Dec. Committed. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 31 Jan. Passed, 6 Feb. Amendments, made by the Lords thereto, considered, and agreed to, 13 May.-Bill for incorporating the Clothiers in the West Riding, to be read, 9 Dec.

15° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 2. A. 1662 & 1663.

YORK, Duke of, Bill for vesting in him the Office of Postmaster-general, and of granting Wine Licences, read, 23 May. Committed. Petition of Vintners referred. Bill reported, and re-committed, 15 June. Reported, and to be ingrossed. Passed, 6 July. Amendments, made thereto by the Lords, considered, and one disagreed to, and Conference to be desired with the Lords thereon. Agreed to, and held. Free Conference, desired by the Lords, agreed to, and held, and Amendment agreed to. Another Conference to be desired with the Lords, and Bill to be delivered thereat.

16° & 17° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 4. A. 1664.

YARMOUTH, Great and Little, Bill to compose Differences between them, read, 25 Nov. Committed. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 4 Feb. Passed. Agreed to by the Lords.

17° Car. II. Parl 2. Sess. 5. A. 1665.

YORK; Duke of, Bill for an Assessment of 120,000£. to be bestowed on him, ordered, 24 Oct. Read. Committed, reported, and to be ingrossed. Passed, * *. Agreed to by the Lords.-Proviso, on his behalf, added to the Bill touching Estates for Lives, 8 Feb.

12° Car. II. Parl. 1. A. 1660.

ZOUCH, Sir Allen, Proviso, concerning him, tendered to the Bill of Pardon, and rejected, 7 July.



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