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19° & 20° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 7. A. 1667, & 1668.21° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 8. A. 1669.22°, 23°, 24°, & 25°, Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 9. A. 1669, 1670, 1671, & 1672.25° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 10. A. 1672, & 1673.25° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 11. A. 1673.25° & 26° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 12. A. 1673, & 1674.27° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 13. A. 1675.27° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 14. A. 1675.28° 29° & 30° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 15. A. 1676, 1677, & 1678.30° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 16. A. 1678.30° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 17. A. 1678.31° Car. II. Parl. 3. Sess. 1. A. 1678, & 1679.31° & 32° Car. II. Parl. 4. Sess. 1. A. 1679, & 1680.33° Car. II. Parl. 5. Sess. 1. A. 1680, & 1681.1° 2° & 3° Jac. II. Parl. 1. Sess. 1. A. 1685, 1686, & 1687.

19° & 20° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 7. A. 1667, & 1668.

CAMBRIDGE, Bill for erecting Pesthouses there, read, 26 Oct. Committed, 29. Committees added, 31 Oct. 4 & 7 Nov. Order for Third Reading; Counsel against Bill to be heard at Bar, 5 Dec. Counsel on both Sides heard; Witnesses examined; Question, that Bill do pass, Neg. 9.

Carmarthen, County, new Writ, 10 Oct.

Carnaby. Vide Privileges.

Caron, Margaret, Petition referred to a Committee, 11 Nov. Committees added, 16. 18. 20 & 25 Nov. 2 & 12 Mar. Committee revived, 2 & 27 Apr.

Carre, Stephen. Vide Privileges.
-, -Wm. Petition owned; Question for referring it to a Committee, Neg. 17 Dec.-Another Petition referred to Committee of Grievances, 21 Feb. Another tendered; that, formerly referred to Committee of Grievances, referred to select Committee, 11 Mar. All, that come, to have Voices, 16.
-, -Sir Robert, Clerk to deliver Papers to him upon his Receipt, 4 Mar.

Carter, Sir John, and others, Petition, averred, 18 Feb. Vide Cattle, infra.

Cattle, Irish, Petition touching Abuses in importing them, Debate thereon; Committee to inspect Law relating thereto, and bring in additional Bill, if necessary, 27 Nov. Report; Bill presented, 9 Dec. Read, 10. Committed; Committee impowered to receive Informations of Persons, who have violated the Act, 13. Committees added, 20 Feb. Bill reported, and to be ingrossed, 24. Committee revived, and Order for sitting; Matter touching Importation of Irish Cattle since late Act, referred, 27. Bill passed, 2 Mar. Returned from Lords, with Amendments, 18. Amendments to be considered, 28. Agreed to, 30.
-, -Petitions, touching rescuing them, owned; Millward and Thellwell ordered into Custody, 18 Feb.

Certiorari, Writs of, Bill to prevent Abuses in procuring them, read, 14 Oct. Committed, 17. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 23. Read Third time, Debate thereon; Members to withdraw, and consider how Bill may be amended; their Report; Bill passed, 26. House put Lords in mind of Bill, 7 Dec. & 30 Mar.

Chamberlain, Dr. Petition, 11 Nov. Vide Navigation.

Chancery. Vide Six Clerks.

Chandler. Vide Privileges.

Chester, County, Petition from, 27 Nov. Vide Cattle, supra.

Chichley, Sir John. Vide War.

Church Leases, Bill concerning them, presented, 26 Mar. Question for reading, Neg. 7 Apr. Order for it, 9.

Cirencester, Petition from, 6 Nov. Vide Hearth-money.

Clare, Earl of, Bill, from Lords, to settle and sell Lands for Payment of Debts, 10 Dec. Read, 11. Committed, 13. Reported, and passed, 14.

Clarendon, Earl of, Committee to prepare Heads of Accusation against him, 29 Oct. Report; Question, that Heads be referred to a Committee, Neg. Heads read, 6 Nov. Further Consideration adjourned, 6 & 9. Resumed, 7, 8. & 11. Resolution, that there is sufficient Matter for Impeachment; first Head read, Debate thereon adjourned, 8. Resumed; Question, that he be impeached upon that Head, Neg. 9. Residue of Heads read; previous Question, whether the Information, on which the Sixteenth is founded, was given by a Foreigner, Neg. impeached on that Head; Impeachment to be carried up to Lords by whole House, 11. Sent by a Member; a Committee to see Proceedings regularly entered in Journals, 12. Messenger dismissed without Answer, 13. Conference, desired by Lords, agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, and reported; Vote from Lords, brought down by Managers, and read; Consideration thereof adjourned, 15. Resumed; Committee to assign Reasons for present Proceedings, 16. Report; Conference to be desired, 18. Committees added, 19. Another Conference desired by Lords; Messengers dismissed without Answer; Conference with Lords desired, agreed to; Managers appointed, 21. Another Conference, desired by Lords, agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, and reported; former Conference, desired by Lords, agreed to; Messenger to give Reasons for not agreeing sooner, Committee to prepare them, 23. Report; Conference desired, agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, and reported; Consideration of Report adjourned, 25. Free Conference with Lords desired; Messenger dismissed without Answer, 26. Free Conference agreed to; Managers appointed, 28. Free Conference held, and reported, 29. Lords Disagreement to committing Earl of Clarendon, and sequestring him from Parliament, signified; previous Question, that this Disagreement is an Obstruction to publick Justice, and a dangerous Precedent, Affirmative, 2 Dec. Message from Lords to acquaint House, they had received a Petition from him, intimating, that he was withdrawn, 3. Conference desired by Lords thereupon, agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, and reported; Petition, brought by Managers, read, and to be entered in Journals; Resolutions, that it is scandalous and seditious, and that Lords be desired it may be burnt by Hangman, 4. Another Conference with Lords to be desired; previous Question, that a Subject, impeached of High Treason generally by House, and desired to be secured, ought to be secured accordingly, Affirmative; Resolution, that, when such Person is secured, Lords may limit a Time for bringing particular Charge, 5, Conference desired, and agreed to; Paper and Votes to be delivered thereat, 6. Lords Concurrence to burning the Paper signified, 10.
-, -Bill, from the Lords, for banishing and disabling him, 12 Dec. Read; Resolution thereupon, 13. Vide Address. Committed, 16. Reported, and passed, with Amendments, 18. Amendments agreed to by Lords, 19.

Clavell. Vide Privileges.

Clement Danes, St. Petition from, 22 Nov. Vide Hilton.

Clerk to examine ingrossed Bills before they are read, 26 Oct.- to deliver Copies of Papers to Persons, if requested, 15 & 22 Nov.-to give Member Notice that he is discharged, 22.-to make out List of publick Bills under Commitment, 6 Dec.- to deliver Papers to Sir Robert Carre, upon his Receipt, if requested, 4 Mar.

Cleveland, Earl of. Vide Weld.

Clottlebrooke. Vide Ireland.

Cloathing Trade, Committee to consider Ways to regulate it, 9 Nov. Petition presented, and referred, 4 Dec. Committee revived, and Order for sitting, 11 & 14.
-, - Bill to regulate it in Brecknockshire, ordered, 30 Mar.

Coals, Lord Mayor, and Justices of Peace of London, Middlesex, and Surry, to put Laws in execution for settling Price thereof, 18 Dec.

Comine, John, and others, Bill for naturalizing them, read, 6 Mar. Parties take Oaths, 10. 14. & 30 Mar. 15. 28. & 29 Apr. Bill committed, 13 Apr. Reported, and to be ingrossed; Names to be omitted for want of Certificates, 25. Bill passed, 2 May.

Committees, grand, appointed, 14 Oct.
-, - all that come to have Voices, 14. 16, 17. 25. 29, & 30 Oct. 4. 6. 9. 11. 15. 21. 27, 28, & 29 Nov. 12 & 16 Dec. 19. & 29 Feb. 5. 9. & 27 Mar. 3 & 18 Apr.-to receive Petitions, 14 Oct.-to report Opinion, 14, 15, 16. 21, 22. 25. & 31 Oct. 4. 6. & 9 Nov. 2. 5. 14. & 16 Dec. 10, 11. 22. 26. & 28 Feb. 11 & 26 Mar. & 8 Apr. Matter, 14. 16. 22. 25. & 31 Oct. 4. 6. & 9 Nov. 25. 14. & 16 Dec. 26 & 28 Feb. 11 & 26 Mar. 8 & 27 Apr. Fact, 7 Apr.- to proceed to Business, if Three present, 15, 16, 17. & 26 Oct. 15 & 27 Nov. 6 & 7 Dec. 10, 11. 17. 22. & 27 Feb. 2 & 29 Apr. & 6 May. If Five present, 19. 26. & 29 Oct. 27 Nov. 11 Dec. 11 Feb. 6. 9. & 26 Mar. 3 & 27 Apr. If Two present, 17 Dec. & 2 Apr.-to withdraw, 26 Oct. & 6 May.-Particular adjourned, 15 & 29 Oct. 9. 11. 15. 19. & 28 Nov. 7. 12, 13, & 14 Dec. 15. 22. 27. & 29 Feb. 4. 10. 14. & 27 Mar. 4. 16. & 27 Apr. & 6 May. Revived, 4. 6, 7, 8. 14, 15. 22, 23. & 28 Nov. 4. 6, 7. 13, & 14 Dec. 10, 11, 14. 17. 27, & 28 Feb. 3. 6. 12. & 28 Mar. 2, 3. 15. 25. & 27 Apr. & 6 May.-all adjourned, except those excepted, 26 Oct. 23 Nov. 2 Dec. 13 Feb. 5. 7. & 11 Mar. 6. 20, 21, & 28 Apr. Revived, 9 Dec. 12 Mar. 9 & 22 Apr.-all adjourned till Afternoon, 6 Dec. -Persons ordered into Custody for not attending, 24 Oct. & 19 Nov.-Chairman to examine ingrossed Bills before reading, 26 Oct.-A Committee's Attendance excused, 31 Oct. -joined together, 12 Dec.-to sit de die in diem, 6. 10, 11. 13. & 22 Feb. & 3 Mar.-to appoint Sub-Committees, 21 & 28 Feb.-to cause Notice of their sitting to be given in the most publick Places, 18 Apr.-has Leave to sit, notwithstanding general Order to the contrary, 5 Mar.

Conferences. Vide Clarendon, Privileges, Bedford, Penn.
-, - incidental Proceedings thereat; Vote, from Lords, brought by Managers, 15 Nov. Paper brought, 4 Dec. Redelivered, and a Vote sent to them, 6.-Messenger for one Conference, to give Reasons for not agreeing sooner to another, 23 Nov.

Constantine, Mr. Vide Privileges.

Conventicles, Information given of several, and of the Insolence of Nonconformists, Matter to be considered, 28 Feb. Considered; Resolution thereupon, 4 Mar. Vide Address.
-, - Committee to prepare Bill to continue Act to suppress them, 13 Mar. Bill read, 30. Order for Second Reading, 31 Mar. & 2 Apr. Committed; Debate thereon; Instruction, 10. Bill reported, and to be ingrossed, 24. Passed, 28. House put Lords in mind of Bill, 4 May.

Cooke. Vide Privileges.

Costa Alvaro, Da. takes Oaths, 24 Oct. Others take Oaths, 29 Oct. 4. 6. 13. 19. 22 & 23 Nov. 2. 4. 11 & 12 Dec. Bill for naturalizing him, and others, read, 30 Oct. Committed, 2 Dec. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 9. Passed, 13.

Coventry. Vide Privileges.

Cox, Captain, to attend, 12 Oct. Vide War.

Cressett. Vide America.

Crown Lands. Vide Supply.

Crue. Vide Privileges.

Curates. Vide Pluralities.

Cuttance, Sir Roger, to attend, 14 Apr.
-, - Mr. to attend, 14 Apr.

Cutts, Sir Jos. Vide Bedford Level.

21° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 8. A. 1669.

CARTERET, Sir Geo. Vide Supply.

Chester City, Petition for Bill to make the River navigable; Bill ordered, 19 Nov.
-, - County, new Writ, 29 Nov.

Children, Bill to prevent stealing and transporting them, ordered, 25 Oct.

Chiswell. Vide Privileges.

Church and State by Law established, Vote to adhere to King in Maintenance thereof, 18 Nov.

Churches, Bill for repairing them, ordered, 12 Nov.
-, - Bill for building them in London, ordered, 7 Dec.

Clarke, and others, Petition owned, 17 Nov. Vide Gravesend.

Clothiers Petition, Bill to make stealing Cloth from Racks Felony without Clergy, read, 29 Nov. Committed, 3 Dec. Committee revived, and Order for sitting, 7. Bill reported, and to be ingrossed, 10.

Committees, Grand, appointed, 19 Oct.
-, - to receive Petitions, 19 Oct.-all that come to have Voices, 19 & 30 Oct. 3. 10, 11. 19, 20. 26, 27 & 29 Nov. 3 & 8 Dec.-to report Opinion, 19 & 30 Oct. 4. 9 & 11 Nov. & 4 Dec. Matter, 19 & 30 Oct. 9 & 11 Nov. & 4 Dec. Fact, 30 Oct. Particular revived, 25 Oct. 9 & 11 Nov. 3 & 7 Dec. Adjourned, 6. 11, 12. 17. 20. 25 & 27 Nov. 1. 3. 7, 8. & 11 Dec. All have Leave to sit during Adjournment, 13 Nov.-none to sit during sitting of Committee of Grievances, 17.

Conquest, Richard, Bill to sell Lands for Payment of Debts, read, 12 Nov. Committed, 4 Dec.

Conventicles, Bill for continuance of former Act against them, read, 3 Nov. Order for Second Reading, 6. Committed; Question, that any particular Instruction be given, Neg. 10. Special Report, Resolution thereupon, 18.
-, - Committee to receive Informations touching Conventicles, and other Meetings of disaffected Persons, and inquire whether they have acted against Government, 18 Nov. Committees added, 22. All that come to have Voices, 29.

Corn and Grain, Bill for ascertaining Measures thereof, read, 12 Nov. Committed; Instruction, 19. Committees added, 22.

Corye, Mr. Vide Privileges.

Cottons. Vide Frizes.

Courts of Justice, grand Committee appointed, 19 Oct.

Crown Lands. Vide Supply.

Custom-house Officers. Vide Fees.

22°, 23°, 24°, & 25°, Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 9. A. 1669, 1670, 1671, & 1672.

CATTLE. Vide Tillage, Corn.
-, - Committee to prepare Bill to prevent Frauds and Abuses in buying and selling them, 26 Jan. Committees added, 31. Bill read, 11 Mar. 1670. Committed, 14. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 27. Order for Third Reading, 29. Passed, 30. Returned from Lords, with Amendments, 13 Apr. Amendments in part disagreed to; Committee to assign Reasons, 14. Conference desired, and agreed to; Managers appointed, 18. Free Conference desired by Lords, and agreed to; Managers appointed, and to acquaint Lords of the Mistake in asking free Conference after One Conference only on same Matter; Lords own their Mistake; Conference held, and reported; Lords Amendment agreed to, 20.

Certioraries, Bill concerning them, ordered, 2 Mar. 1669.

Chaplain. Vide Address.

Chester City, Bill to make the River between that and the Sea navigable, ordered, 21 Feb.
-, - Petition from, 7 Apr. 1670. Vide Ireland.

Chessins. Vide Privileges.

Chissin. Vide Privileges.

Children, Bill to prevent stealing them, to be read, 10 Mar. 1699. Read, 11. Committed, 14. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 16. Passed, 18. House put Lords in mind of Bill, 18 Nov. Bill returned from Lords, with Amendments, 10 Apr.
-, - poor, Committee to prepare Clause for Gentlemen to take them Apprentices, 3 Apr. 1671.

Churches, Bill for repairing them, to be read, 3 Mar. 1669. Read, 4. Order for Second Reading, 10. Committed; Instruction, 11. Committee revived, and Order for sitting, 22 Mar. & 10 Dec.

Cirencester, new Writ, 6 Dec. Election, Petition, 10 Jan. Order for hearing, 6 Feb. Report, 21.

Clapham, Sir Christopher. Vide Outwood.

Clarke, Sir Wm. Bill on his Behalf, to be read, 17 Mar. 1670. Read, 18. Order for Second Reading, 20. Committed, 22. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 27. Passed, 29. Returned from Lords, with Amendments, 13 Apr. Amendments agreed to, 14.

Clayton, Mr. Vide Privileges.

Clerk Assistant, to distribute Bounty to Under-Officers, 30 Mar. 1670.
-, - of House, to attest several ingrossed Tables of Fees for Out-Ports, signed by Speaker, 11 Apr. 1670.-to deliver Tallies to a Petitioner, 9 Dec.-to give Notice of a Vote to Sheriffs, 20.-to return List of Defaulters to Committee on Subsidy Bill, 19 Jan.

Clifton, and others, Petition, 15 Mar. 1669. Vide Supply.
-, - Sir Clifford, Bill, from Lords, for better Payment of Debts and Portions, read, 12 Dec. Committed, 13. Reported, 17. Passed, 4 Jan.

Cloth, Bill to make stealing it off the Racks Felony without Clergy, committed; Instruction concerning King's Stores, 28 Feb. 1669. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 1 Mar. Order for Third Reading, 3. Passed, 4. Returned from Lords, with an Amendment, 18. Amendment agreed to, 23.
-, - Bill to regulate making it, read, 1 Mar. 1669. Committed, 27 Oct. Committee on Serge Bill joined with it, 3 Dec.

Coal, Bill for exporting it, ordered, 20 Dec. Read, 20 Jan. Read Second Time, and referred to Committee on foreign Excise Bill to be made Part thereof, or a Bill by itself, 13 Mar.

Coals, Bill to continue Act for regulating Measures and Prices of them, and Act to prevent Delays in extending Statutes, Judgments, and Recognizances, committed, 10 Dec. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 20. Read Third time; Debate thereon; what relates to Coals struck out; Bill to cohere for confirming the other Act only, and passed, 4 Jan.

Cockermouth, new Writ, 14 Mar. 1669.

Coffin. Vide Privileges.

Coke. Vide Privileges.

Cole. Vide Privileges.

Collingwood, Mr. Vide Privileges.

Committees, grand, appointed, 14 Feb.
-, - to receive Petitions, 14 & 25 Feb.-all that come to have Voices, 14. 25, 26, & 28 Feb. 1, 2. 5. 7. 9. 11, 12. 14. 21. 26. & 30 Mar. 2. 5. & 7 Apr. 7. 19. & 21 Nov. 2. 6. 8, 9. 13. 15. 17. & 20 Dec. 17, 18. & 26 Jan. 1. 3, 4. 10. 14. 23. & 31 Mar. & 19 Nov.-to report Opinion, 14. 17, 18. 21. & 25 Feb. 10. 15. 28. & 30 Mar. 27 Oct. 15 & 25 Nov. 13 & 20 Dec. 4. 25. & 31 Jan. 17. 21. 23. & 28 Feb. 3 & 21 Mar. & 20 Apr. Matter, 10. 14, 15. 18. 21. & 25 Feb. 15 & 30 Mar. 27 Oct. 15 & 25 Nov. 13 & 20 Dec. 4. 25. & 31 Jan. 15. 21. 23. & 28 Feb. 3 & 21 Mar. & 20 Apr. with Speed, 31 Oct.-to proceed to Business, if Three present, 17 Feb. 5. 8. & 31 Mar. 27 Oct. 16. 18. 25. & 28 Nov. 3. 13. & 19 Dec. 10, 25, & 26 Jan. 6 & 11 Feb. 4. 14, 15. & 21 Mar. & 3 Dec. If Two present, 11 Mar. 5. 7. & 9 Apr. & 10 Nov. If Five present, 6 & 17 Feb. 28 & 30 Nov. 5 Apr. 15 Nov. 6. 17. 22. & 28 Feb. 2 Mar. & 13 Apr.-Particular adjourned, 18 Feb. 2. 11. 14. & 21 Mar. 6 Apr. 27 Oct. 3, 4. 12. & 29 Nov. 1. 9. 14, & 15 Dec. 3. 18. 20, 21. 25, 26. 28. & 31 Jan. 1. 4. 14. 16. 23. & 28 Feb. 6, 7. & 13 Mar. & 11 Apr. Revived, 22, 23, & 24 Mar. 2. 4, 5, 6, & 7 Apr. 10. 16. 25. & 29 Nov. 2, 3. 10. & 13 Dec. 4. 9. 17. 19. 21. 23. & 31 Jan. 4. 8. 11. 13. 16. 23. 25. & 27 Feb. 2, 3. 7. 9. 14, 15. 21. 28, 29, & 30 Mar. 12 & 19 Apr.-All adjourned, except those excepted, 22 Feb. 1, 2. & 16 Mar. 2 Apr. 31 Oct. 7 & 26 Nov. 6. 10. & 12 Dec. & 10 Mar. Revived, 4 Apr. 24 Oct. 3 & 10 Nov. 27 Jan. 7, 8. 10. & 22 Feb. 1 & 2 Mar.-Have Leave to sit, 4 Apr. 26 & 28 Nov. 15. 23. & 28 Feb.-joined together, 3 Dec. & 18 Mar. Chairman to amend Bill according to Votes, 19 Mar. 1669. -to withdraw, 4 & 9 Apr.-Days appointed for their sitting on publick Bills, 15 Nov.-Question, that all be adjourned, Neg. 22 Mar. 1670.

Conferences. Vide Stockman, Conventicles, Highways, Yarmouth, Pirates, Juries, Maiming, Rents, Wool, Cattle, Tobacco, Messages, Supply, Address, and Boston.
-, - and free Conferences, Committee to look into Method of Proceedings thereon, 5 Apr. 1670.-Free Conference not to be asked after one Conference only on the same Matter, 20. 1671.-Incidental Proceedings thereat; Messenger for a Conference to intimate to Lords, that House will sit Afternoon, 30 Mar. 1670.-Address brought from Lords, by Managers, 12 Apr. 1671.

Coining. Vide Privileges.

Conventicles, Bill to suppress and prevent them, ordered, 17 Feb. 1699. Order for presenting, 26. Read, 28. Committed, 2 Mar. To be reported, 7. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 8. Passed, 9. Returned from Lords, with Amendments; Amendments considered; Committee to peruse postponed Amendments, and prepare such Amendments to them as they shall think necessary, 28. Report; Conference to be desired thereupon; Committee to assign Reasons, and see Amendments of House rightly made out; their Report; Conference, desired with Lords, agreed to, Managers appointed, Conference held, and reported, 30. Another Conference, desired by Lords, agreed to, Managers appointed, Conference held, and reported; free Conference, desired with Lords, agreed to, former Managers appointed, additional Manager, free Conference to be reported, 4 Apr. Conference, desired by Lords, agreed to, Managers appointed, Conference held, and reported; House agree with Lords; Committee to see Amendments rightly inserted, and Provisoes rightly placed, 5.
-, - Committee to inspect Act against them, 21 Nov. Additional Bill read, 7 Dec. Committed, 8. To be reported, 16 & 22 Feb. Reported, and re-committed, Committee revived, Order for sitting, and making Report, 23. Commit tees added, 2 Mar. Bill to be reported from Re-commitment, 16, 17. & 20. Reported, and re-committed, Committee revived, Order for sitting and hastening their Proceedings, 22. Bill to be reported, 24. 27, & 28. Reported, 30. Order for Third Reading, 3 Apr. Passed, 5.

Cope, Sir Antony. Vide Privileges.

Copley. Vide Privileges.

Corker. Vide Privileges.

Corn and Salt, Bill to ascertain Measures of them, read, 26 Feb. 1699. Committed, 2 Mar. Committees added, 7. Bill to be reported, 9. Reported, and to be ingrossed; Proviso for giving Notice of Act by Proclamation, ordered, 10. Bill passed, 14. Agreed to by Lords, 30.
-, - additional Bill to same Purport, committed, 15 Dec. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 23 Jan. Passed, 18 Feb. Lords Amendments agreed to, 14 Apr.
-, - and Hay, Bill to prevent burning Stacks of them, and killing Cattle, and other Mischiefs, read, 3 Mar. 1669. Committed, 5. Reported, and re-committed, 9. Reported from Re-commitment, to be ingrossed, and passed, 17. Returned from Lords, with Amendments, 23 Nov. Amendments in part considered, 10 Dec. Agreed to, 14.
-, - foreign, Committee to inspect Act against importing it, and consider of a Way to prevent bringing it upon Horses from Scotland, 27 Oct. Committee revived, and Order for sitting, 10 & 25 Nov. Committees added, 16 & 25.

Cornwall. Vide Supply. Bill to make Rivers navigable therein, to be read, 4 & 7 Mar.
-, - Bill for settling Assizes therein read, 10 Mar. 1670. Committed, 14. Question for further Day for hearing Matter, Neg. 24. Bill to be reported, 5 Apr. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 8. Passed, 11.

Cornwallis, Mr. Vide Privileges.

Courtney, Sir Wm. Bill to settle Estate on Marriage of his eldest Son, read, 28 Nov. Committed, 5 Dec. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 6. Passed, 8.

Courts of Justice, grand Committee appointed, 14 Feb.
-, - Bill to prevent Abuses and Delays therein, read, 9 Jan.
-, - ecclesiastical, Bill to regulate Ordinaries and Abuses therein, offered; Debate thereon adjourned, 7 Feb. 1670.

Counsel, Question, that Counsel, formerly on one Side, be admitted to plead on the other, Affirmative, 21 Feb. 1670.

Cowdell. Vide Privileges.

Cox, Dr. Vide Privileges.

Crofts. Vide Privileges.

Custom-house Officers. Vide Fees.

25° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 10. A. 1672, & 1673.

CAGE, Sackford, Bill to sell Lands for Payment of Debts, read, 25 Mar.

Castlerising, new Writs, 6 Feb. & 20 Oct.

Catechism, Bill for instructing Youth therein, ordered, 27 Feb.

Cattle, fat, Motion for Bill to repeal an Act prohibiting Salesmen selling them, 14 Mar. Bill read, 20. Committed, 22. Reported and to be ingrossed, 25. Passed, 27. Agreed to by Lords, 29.

Charles I. late King, Bill for better Observation of his Martyrdom, read, 14 Feb. Committed, 13 Mar. Committees added, 19.

Charlton, Sir Job, chosen Speaker, 4 Feb. Vide Speaker.

Chester City, new Writ, 6 Feb. Election, Petition, Committee to examine first who is returned by proper Officer, 19.

Chichester, new Writ, 20 Oct.

Children, Bill to prevent stealing them, read, 8 Feb. Committed, 13.
-, - poor, Bill to bind them Apprentices, read, 21 Feb. Committed; Clause for settling Wages of Labourers and Workmen, committed, 28. Bill to be reported, 1 Mar. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 3. Passed, 5.

Chippenham, new Writ, 6 Feb. Election, Petition, 13. Report to be made, 27. Made; Rogers to attend; Debate thereon adjourned, 1 Mar. Resumed, 3.

Chipping-wicomb, new Writ, 6 Feb. Election, Petitions, 18. Report to be made, 5 & 15 Mar. Made; Return to be amended, 17.-New Writ, 20 Oct.

Chudleigh. Vide Clifford, infra.

Churches, Bill for repairing them, ordered, 20 Feb.

Clerk of House, to put Committee in mind of perusing Journal every Morning, 6 Mar.
-, - Assistant, to make Collection for Officers of House, 24 Mar.
-, - of the Crown, brings a Message from Lords, 27 Mar.

Clifford, Lord, and others, Bill, from Lords, to settle a Rectory on them, read, 12 Mar. Committed, 13. Reported, and passed, with Amendments, 15. Amendments agreed to by Lords, 19.

Coals, Complaint of raising Money by an Impositition on them without Act of Parliament, 17 Mar. Voted a Grievance, 18.

Coinage, Committee to prepare Bill to continue Act for Encouragement thereof, 13 Feb. Bill read, 20. Committed, 4 Mar. Committees added, 5. Bill reported; Debate thereon adjourned, 15. Resumed; Bill to be ingrossed, 20. Passed, 22.

Committees, grand, appointed, 7 Feb.-to receive Petitions, 7 Feb.-to report Opinion, 7 & 13. Matter, 7 & 13.-to withdraw, 13.-All that come to have Voices, 13. 27, & 28 Feb. 5, 6, 7, 13. 17. & 22 Mar.-to proceed to Business, if Three present, 8. 10. 27, & 28 Feb. 6 & 28 Mar. If Five present, 13. 25, 26, & 27 Feb.-to sit, notwithstanding Adjournment of House, 15 Feb.-particular, revived, 5, 6. 13, & 14 Mar. -adjourned, 13.-All adjourned, 18. Chairman to withdraw, and peruse Amendments before Report, 22.

Conferences. Vide Address, Dissenters, and Popery.

Cornwall. Vide Supply.

Courts of Justice, grand Committee appointed, 7 Feb.

25° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 11. A. 1673.

CASTLERISING, new Writ, 27 Oct.

Chichester, new Writ, 27 Oct.

Chipping-wicomb, new Writ, 27 Oct.

Children, Bill to prevent stealing them, read, and withdrawn; Committee to prepare new Bill, 3 Nov.

Churches. Vide Tythes.

Committees, grand, appointed, 27 Oct.-to proceed on Business, if Three present, 27 Oct. & 3 Nov. If Five present, 30 & 31 Oct.-All that come to have Voices, 30 Oct. & 3 Nov.- particular revived, 1 Nov.

Courts of Justice, grand Committee appointed, 27 Oct.

25° & 26° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 12. A. 1673, & 1674.

CAGE, Seckford, Bill for Sale of Lands, read, 20 Feb. Cambridge County, new Writ, 7 Jan. Election, Petition, 3 Feb.
-, - Petition from, 14 Feb. Vide Aulnage.

Castle. Vide Privileges.

Castlerising Election, Petition, 7 Jan. Report, Debate thereon adjourned, 6 Feb. Resumed, 10 & 16. Vide Pepys.

Chamberlain, Lord, to be desired to give Order for repairing Court of Wards, 17 Jan.

Chichester Election, Petition, 7 Jan. Report, 21 Feb.

Chipping-wicomb Election, Petition, 7 Jan.

Churches. Vide Tythes.

Clarke. Vide Privileges.

Coal, Committee to prepare Bill to regulate Measures, and prevent Frauds, in Sale of Wood, Coal, and Corn, 29 Jan. Report, Bill read, 16 Feb.

Committees, grand, appointed, 7 Jan.
-, - all that come to have Voices, 7. 21. 26. & 29 Jan. 3. 6. 9, 10. 13. 16. 18. & 20 Feb.-to report Opinion, 7. 15. 21, 22. & 31 Jan. 3. 14. & 20 Feb. Matter, 7. 21, 22. 29. & 31 Jan. 3. 14. 20 Feb. Fact, 15 Jan. & 20 Feb.-to withdraw, 3 & 11 Feb.-to proceed to Business, if Three present, 13. 15. 17. 20, 21, 22, 23. 29. & 31 Jan. 3 & 11 Feb. If Five present, 19. 21, 22. & 29 Jan. 3 & 14 Feb. -particular adjourned, 13. 20. & 29 Jan. 5 & 7 Feb. Revived, 20. 23. & 28 Jan. 3. 9, 10, 11. 13, 14. 20. & 23 Feb.-Members of Long Robe to attend a Committee, 9 Feb. -Committee to cause Summonses to be published in Church, 14.-King's Counsel to be heard by a Committee, 14. -Quorum to be Three, 20.-Question, that all be adjourned, Neg. 20.

Commitments by Counsel Table, Committee to consider, how Law stands in relation thereto; King's Counsel to attend, 14 Feb.

Conferences. Vide Address.
-, - incidental Proceedings thereat, Message brought from Lords by Managers, 3 Feb.

Coriton, Sir John. Vide Privileges.

Corn. Vide Coals, supra.

Cornwallis, Lord, Bill, from Lords, to settle Lands for Payment of Debts and Portions, 26 Jan. Read, 27. Committed, 31. Reported, 13 Feb.

Covell. Vide Privileges.

Council Table. Vide Commitments, supra.

Court of Wards, Committee to desire Lord Chamberlain to give Order for repairing them, 17 Jan.

Courts of Justice, grand Committee appointed, 7 Jan.

Craddock, Dr. desired to preach, 21 Jan. Thanked, 31.

Croydon, Petition for Bill to settle a Maintenance on Vicar, in lieu of Tythes; Bill ordered, 7 Feb. Read, 11. Committed, 20.

27° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 13. A. 1675.

CAGE, Seckford, Bill for Sale of Lands, read, 8 May. Carnarvon County, new Writ, 13 Apr.

Carye. Vide Privileges.

Chancery Lane, and Lincoln's-Inn Fields, Bill to enlarge a Passage between them, read, 19 Apr. Committed, 21. Committees added, 4 May.
-, -Court of, House to consider the Increase of Jurisdiction thereof, 28 May.

Cheetam, Petition, 10 May. Vide Newark.

Chester City, Election, Report to be made, 19 May. Made, 27.
-, - new Writ, 26 May.

Churches. Vide Tythes.

Churchill, Sir John, to attend. Vide Privileges.

Cleveland, Earl of, and Lord Wentworth, Bill for continuing an Act for Payment of Debts, read, 6 May. Motion for reading in a full House, Care thereof recommended to Speaker, 7.

Clerk of the Crown to take care Writs are delivered to proper Officers, 13 Apr.
-, - of House, to see Votes set up in publick Places, 7 June.

Clerke, Petition, 10 May. Vide Newark.

Clitheroe, new Writ, 13 Apr. Election, Petition referred to the Committee, to consider whether preferred in time, 31 May. Report; Committee to examine touching Election, 4 June.

Coal and Wood, Bill to regulate Measures, and prevent Abuses in Sale of them, read, 26 Apr.
-, - Trade, Bill for Ease and Encouragement thereof, ordered, 26 Apr. To be read, 14 May.

Cockermouth, new Writ, 10 May.

Committees, grand, appointed, 13 Apr.
-, - all that come to have Voices, 13, 14, 15. 19, 20, 21, 22. 26, 27. 29, & 30 Apr. 4. 7. 12. 17, 18, 19, 20, 21. & 27 May, & 4 June.-To receive Petitions, 13 & 30 Apr. -to report Opinion, 13, 14, 15. 22. 27. & 30 Apr. 4 & 14 May, & 4 June. Matter, 13. 15. 22. 27. & 30 Apr. 4 May, & 4 June.-to proceed to Business, if Three present, 14, 15, 16. 20, 21. & 27 Apr. 4. 8. 14, 15. 18, & 19 May, 3 & 7 June. If Five present, 14 & 22 Apr. 4 & 18 May.-particular revived, 20 & 29 Apr. 12. 15. 17, 18. 20, & 21 May, & 3 June. Adjourned, 23. 26. & 30 Apr. 10 & 11 May.- all adjourned, except those excepted, 7 June. Members of Long Robe to attend; impowered to send for Persons, Papers, and Records, 15 Apr.-have Leave to sit, 10 May.-Order for sitting of particular Committees, 20 May.-to withdraw, 28 May, & 2 June.

Commodities, foreign. Vide Supply.

Compton, Sir Francis, and others, Bill to sell a Manor, read, 17 Apr. Committed, 20. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 27. Passed, 5 May. Agreed to by Lords, 20.

Conferences. Vide Address, Messages, and Privileges.
-, - incidental Proceedings thereat; Vote delivered to Lords by Managers, 17 May.

Copley. Vide Privileges.

Cotton, Charles, Bill, from Lords, to sell Lands for Payment of Debts and Portions, 26 May. Read, 28. Committed, 1 June. Reported, and passed, 7.

Coventry, Petition from, 30 Apr. Vide Aulnage.

Courtney, Sir Wm. Vide Privileges.

Courts of Justice, grand Committee appointed, 13 Apr.
-, - inferior, Committee to prepare Bill to regulate them, 16 Apr. Revived, and Order for sitting; Committees added, 20.

Crake, Michael, Petition referred to Committee of Privileges and Elections, 29 Apr. Report to be expedited, 27 May.

Crispe. Vide Privileges.

Crooke. Vide Privileges.

Cusby. Vide Privileges.

Customs. Vide Supply.

27° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 14. A. 1675.

CATTLE, Irish, Act for prohibiting Importation of them, to be confidered in Committee of whole House, 13 Nov. Considered, 19.

Cavendish, Lord. Vide Quarrel.

Chancery Lane, and Lincoln's-Inn Fields, Bill for opening Passage between them, read, 11 Nov. Committed, 15.

Chitterne, All-hallows and Chitterne St. Mary's, Bill for uniting them, read, 23 Oct. Committed, 17 Nov.

Churches. Vide Tythes. Committee to take care Out-Parishes be provided with them, 20 Oct.

Coal Trade, Bill for Ease thereof, ordered, and to lie on Table Two Days before read, 23 Oct. Read, 11 Nov.
-, - Committee to consider touching Exportation of Coal, and Duty thereon, 23 Oct.
-, - Bill to regulate Abuses in Measures of Coal and Wood, ordered, 26 Oct. To be read, 9 Nov. Read; Question for Second Reading, Neg. 13.

Committees, grand, appointed, 13 Oct.
-, - to receive Petitions, 13 Oct.-All that come to have Voices, 13. 21. 23. 26, & 27 Oct. 3. 6. 9. 11. 13. 15. & 20 Nov. & 10 May.-to report Opinion, 13 & 18 Oct. 10, 11, 12, 13. & 15 Nov. Matter, 13 & 18 Oct. 10, 11, 12, 13. & 15 Nov. With Speed, 12 Nov.-to withdraw, 26 Oct.-to proceed to Business, if Five present, 18 Oct. 8 & 10 Nov. If Three present, 20. 23. & 26 Oct. 8. 11, 12, 13. 16. & 18 Nov. & 10 May.-Particular revived, 2. 3. 6. 8, 9. 12, 13. 18. & 20 Nov. Adjourned, 19 Oct. 2, 3, 4. & 16 Nov.- Members of Long Robe to attend, 21 Oct.-to hear Petitioners only, 13 Nov.

Commodities, foreign, Committee to prepare Bill to ascertain Duties on them exported and imported, 26 Oct.

Conference. Vide France.
-, - to be desired with Lords, for avoiding Occasions of reviving Differences between Two Houses, Committee to assign Reasons, 18 Nov. Report; Conference desired, agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, and reported, 19.
-, - incidental Proceedings thereat; Vote brought from Lords by Managers, 10 Nov.

Converts, Motion for their Encouragement, Orders thereupon, 13 Nov. Vide Address.

Cordier. Vide Luzancy.

Coventry, Petition from, 15 Nov. Vide Wool.

Courts of Justice. Vide Fees. Grand Committee appointed, 13 Oct.

Cowes. Vide Fees.

Cullen, Lord, Bill to sell Lands for Payment of Debts and Portions, read, 20 Nov.

Curriers Petition, 26 Oct. Vide Leather.

Customs. Vide Supply.

Custom-house Officers. Vide Fees.

28° 29° & 30° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 15. A. 1676, 1677, & 1678.

CAGE, Seckford, Bill to sell Lands for Payment of Debts, read, 5 Mar. 1676.

Campion. Vide Privileges.

Candles ordered, 5 Apr.

Carmarthen, County, new Writ, 16 Feb. 1676.

Carr, Sir Robert. Vide Privileges.

Catechism. Vide Baptism.

Cattle, Irish, Petition, complaining of vexatious Prosecutions for seizing them, owned, and referred to Committee; same Committee to prepare explanatory Bill to prevent Abuses in importing them, 7 Mar. 1676. Committees added, 16. Report; Bill read, 20. Committed, 26. Instruction to consider, whether the Laws shall be perpetual, 27. Bill reported; Clause for making Laws perpetual, read; Bill and Clause to be ingrossed, 28. Read Third time; Proviso added; Question for passing, Neg. 5 Apr.
-, - foreign, Motion for Bill to repeal Laws to prohibit importing them; Questions, that House go into Committee thereupon; that Debate be adjourned; severally Neg. Question, that Bill be brought in, Affirmative; Resolutions that it be a limited Importation, and without Imposition; Committee to prepare Bill, 5 Apr.

Champarty, Maintenance, and Embracery, Bill to prevent them, and the buying pretended Rights and Titles, ordered, 15 Mar. 1677. Read, 20.

Chancery. Vide Courts, infra.

Charles I. Vide Supply.

Cheeke, Thomas, Bill on his behalf, delivered to Speaker, 14 Apr. 1677.

Chester County, new Writ, 28 Jan.

Children of English Subjects, Bill, from Lords, for naturalizing those born in foreign Countries, 14 Mar. 1676. Read, 21. Committed, 24. Reported, and passed, with Amendments, 31. Conference, desired by Lords, agreed to; Managers appointed, 4 Apr. Conference reported; Lords Amendment agreed to, 9.

Chichely, Sir Thomas. Vide Quarrel.

Church established, Danger thereof by Growth of Popery, to be considered, 16 & 21 Mar. 1677. Considered; Paper, containing Information of several Popish Priests and Jesuits delivered to Speaker; Arnold and Scudamore examined, and thanked; Question for adjourning Debate touching Conference with Lords thereupon, Neg. Conference to be desired; Address of 20 Feb. 1670, with Heads and Reasons, read; Committee to consider them, and thereout assign Reasons for Conference, and take Answers of Scudamore and Elliot to Paper delivered in to Speaker, 27. Committee to fit during Adjournment of House; Committees added, 15 Apr. Report relating to Priests and Chapels in Monmouthshire-to Justices of Peace, and others, Papists, or suspected Papists, and their Proceedings in favour of Priests and Recusants-to Proceedings in Exchequer against Recusants-Members to inquire of Lord Chancellor, why Mr. Probert and Mr. Arnold were turned out of Commission, and acquaint him with Information House has received concerning Mr. Milburne and Mr. Fenwick; Committee revived, and Order for sitting; impowered to consider of fit Prosecution against Persons mentioned in Report, and examine all Matters touching Growth of Popery; Committees added; all that come to have Voices; Reasons reported; Conference to be desired with Lords, 29.

Churches and Chapels, Bill for Repair thereof, ordered, 22 Feb. 1676. Read, 1 Mar. Committed; Clause for Repair of Chancels referred; Instruction, 3. Bill reported, and to be ingrossed, 22. Passed, 10 Apr.

Church-rates, small Tythes, &c. Bill, from Lords, for Payment of them, and passing Churchwardens Accounts, 26 Mar. 1677. Read, and rejected, 5 Mar. 1677.

Churchill, Mr. Vide Privileges.

Cirencester, Bill from Lords to confirm Agreement concerning Execution and Return of Writs within Several Hundreds thereof, 12 Mar. Read, 17. 1676. Committed, 2 Apr.

Clarke. Vide Privileges.

Clavell. Vide Privileges.

Clavile. Vide Privileges.

Clergis, Sir Thomas. Vide Privileges.

Clerk to inquire after Bill taken out of House, 18 Feb. 1677. To prepare Skin of Parchment, with Columns, for Members to subscribe Protestation relating thereto, 23.-to give Sheriffs Notice to signify to Members, that they attend the Call of House, 27 Mar. 1678.-to prepare Letters for Speaker to sign for that Purpose, 15 Apr.-to deliver List of publick Bills depending, and of those sent to Lords, 3 May.- reads a Letter from Speaker, 6.

Clerks. Vide Patrons.

Clifton, Sarah, Bill, from Lords, to confirm Sale of a Manor hereafter to be made, 22 Feb. 1677. Read, and rejected, 2 Mar.

Clitheroe, Election, Petition, 1 Mar. 1676.

Coal Trade, Bill for Ease thereof, ordered, 22 Feb. 1676. Read, 9 Mar. Order for Second Reading, 17. Read; Questions for Commitment and Ingrossment, severally Neg. 22.
-, - Committee to prepare Bill for free Exportation of Coal, with Clauses for Exportation of Beer, Ale, Mum, and Cyder, 22 Mar. 1676. Report; Bill read, 21 Feb. 1677.

Cobham House and Park, Bill, from Lords, to raise Money thereon, 14 Apr. 1677. Read, 16. Committed, 29 Jan. Committee revived, and Order for sitting, 5, 6, & 7 Feb. Committees added, 8. Bill reported, and passed, 11.

Cocoa. Vide Supply.

Coke, John, Bill, from Lords, to supply Defects in a Settlement, &c. 30 Mar. 1677. Read, 2 Apr. Committed, 12. Committee revived, 5 Feb. Bill reported, and passed, with Amendments, 6. Amendments agreed to by the Lords, 16.

Committees, grand, previous Question for naming them, Affirmative-appointed, 16 Feb.-All that come to have Voices, 19 & 22 Feb. 1. 3. 7, 8. 13. 15. & 22 Mar. 2 & 5 Apr. 15, 16. & 26 Feb. 4. 11. & 21 Mar. & 29 Apr.-to receive Petitions, 17 Feb.-to report Opinion, 19 & 20 Feb. 1. 8, 9. 24. 27. & 31 Mar. & 29 Apr. Matter, 19 & 20 Feb. 1. 8, 9. 24. & 31 Mar. & 29 Apr. With Speed, 9 Feb.-to withdraw, 5 Apr.-to proceed to Business, if Three present, 19 & 23 Feb. 13 & 22 Mar. 8. 15. & 27 Feb. If Five present, 7. 23. & 26 Mar. 12 Apr. 23 May, 29 Jan. 27 Feb. 14 Mar. & 30 Apr.-Particular adjourned, 23 & 27 Feb. 2. 5, 6. 12. 17. 20, 21. 26. & 28 Mar. 5. 7. & 10 Apr. 31 Jan. 5, 6. 9. 14. 18, & 19 Feb. 6 & 27 Mar. Revived, 1. 8, 9. 13. 17. 19. 21, 22. 24. & 29 Mar. 3 Apr. 21 May, 29 Jan. 5, 6, 7. 9. 12. 20, 21, 22, 23. & 29 Feb. 1. 7, 8, 9. 15. & 21 Mar. 29 Apr. 10. & 13 May.-All adjourned, except those excepted, 14. 27. & 30 Mar.-None to sit till Four o'Clock Afternoon, 13 Mar.-Chairman called out of Speaker's Chamber to make Reports, 8 May.

Commodities, foreign, Bill to ascertain Duty on several of them, ordered, 22 Feb. 1676. To be read, 19 Mar. Read, 22. Committed; Instruction relating to several imported, not in Book of Rates, and to others exported, 30.

Compton, Sir Francis, supplemental Bill, from Lords, for settling Manor, 26 Mar. 1677. Read, 28. Committed, 2 Apr. Reported, and passed, 9.

Conferences. Vide Address, Children, Supply, Fishing, Church, and Wool.

Cooper, Sir Roger and Cecil. Vide Samine.
-, - Jane, Petition, 9 Feb. Vide Samine.

Corfe-Castle, new Writ, 28 Mar. 1677.

Cornwall Vide Supply.

Cottington, Angela Margaretta, Petition, 1 Feb. 1677. Vide Wanklyn.

Cotton, Sir John, Bill to sell a Messuage and Lands read, 7 Feb. 1677. Committed, 9. Committees added, 18. Bill reported, and to be ingrossed, 19. Passed, 21. Agreed to by Lords, 6 Mar.

Courts of Justice, grand Committee appointed, 17 Feb.
-, - of Equity, Committee to prepare Bill for regulating Proceedings therein, 23 Feb. 1676. Bill read, 7 Feb. 1677.

Cressett. Vide Privileges.

Crosby. Vide Privileges.

Cullen, Lord, Bill to sell Lands for Payment of Debts and Portions, tendered, 3 Mar. 1676. Read, 7. Committed, 10. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 7 Feb. Passed, 11. Returned from Lords, with Amendments, 12 Mar. Amendments agreed to, 18.

Curacies. Vide Vicarages.

Cyder. Vide Coal, supra.

30° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 16. A. 1678.

CAVE, Sir Thomas, Bill, from Lords, to sell Lands for Performance of his Will, and settle others, 17 June. Read, 18. Committed, 20. Reported, 25. Passed, 28.

Champarty, Maintenance, and Embracery, Bill to prevent them, and buying pretended Titles, ordered, 25 May. Read, 27. Committed, 1 June. Committee revived, and Order for sitting; Committees added, 1 July. Bill reported, and to be ingrossed, 2.

Chancellor, Lord, Committee to inspect Lords Journals for Entry of his Speech, 23 May.-His Speech to be read, 28. Read; Proceedings thereon, 1 June.

Cheese. Vide Butter.

Cheesemongers, Petition, 18 June. Vide Butter.

Child, Robert, Bill, from Lords, for Payment of Debts, and Provision for Wife and Children, 1 July.

Clerk to blot out Affidavit on same Paper with a Petition, 30 May.-to collect Contribution for Officers of House, and deliver a List of absent Members, 31.

Clitheroe Election, Petition, 31 May.

Clothiers Petition, 10 June. Vide Hamburgh, Co.

Committees, grand, appointed, 23 May.
-, - all that come to have Voices, 23 & 30 May, 4, 5. 11, 12. 19. & 25 June.-to report Opinion, 23 & 28 May, & 6 June. -Matter, 23 & 28, & 6 June.-to proceed to Business, if Three present, 23 May, 22 June, & 11 July. If Five present, 24, 25. 27, & 28 May.-particular revived, 31 May, 1. 5. 12. 22. & 28 June, 1 & 6 July. Adjourned, 8. 11. 15. 17. 20, & 21 June.-All adjourned, except those excepted, 4 June. Revived, 5.-None, except grand Committees, to sit in House during this Sitting, 20 June.

Conference. Vide Supply, Kellshall, Wool, Keels, and Bills.
-, - desired by Lords, upon Matters of great Concern, agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, and reported, 20 June.
-, - incidental Proceedings thereat; additional Manager to have Notice, that he may prepare himself for free Conference, 27 June.

Courts of Justice, grand Committee appointed, 23 May.

30° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 17. A. 1678.

CANDLES ordered, 21 Dec.

Canterbury, Dean of, desired to preach, 23 Oct. Thanked, 6 Nov.

Cattaway. Vide Address.

Chezele, Mr. Vide Plot.

Children. Vide Recusants.

Clerk of Crown to take care Writs are delivered to Sheriffs, 21 Oct.-to attend, 30. Vide Writs.-to bring in List of Justices of Peace in Commission, and those put out, within last Seven Years, 8. 12. & 15 Nov.
-, - of House to transmit Papers to a Committee, 31 Oct.
-, - of Council to deliver Papers to Clerk of House, 31 Oct. -to attend with Mr. Harcourt's Papers, and all others, relating to Plot; Two of Mr. Harcourt's Letters presented, 2 Nov. Vide Harcourt.

Coleman. Vide Plot.

Committees, grand, appointed, 21 Oct.
-, - all that come to have Voices, 21 & 24 Oct.-to report Opinion, 21 & 25 Oct. 19. 23. 25. & 28 Dec. Matter, 21 Oct. & 19 Dec.-to proceed to Business, if Three present, 21 & 28 Oct. 1. 9. 14, 15, 16. 21, 22. 28. & 30 Nov. 2, 3. 11. & 19 Dec.-if Five present, 29 & 31 Oct. 1, 2. 6, 7. 19. 21, 22. & 25 Nov. & 21 Dec. If Two present, 23 Dec.-To sit de die in diem, 29 Oct. 9 & 26 Dec.-to withdraw, 24, 25. & 28 Oct. & 1 Nov. Particular revived, 25 & 29 Oct. 1. 23. 26. & 28 Dec. Adjourned, 29 Oct. Five to be a Quorum, 8 Nov.

Commodities, French. Vide Supply.

Conference. Vide Plot, House, Oaths, Address, Papists, Army. - desired by Lords, concerning Matters of Consequence, necessary for House to know, 2 Nov. Vide House.-concerning Business of Importance, 9 Dec. Vide Army.-Management recommended to Care of One Member, 26.
-, - incidental Proceedings thereat; Address communicated to Lords by Managers, 28 Nov.

Constables, and other Persons, to assist Serjeant in executing an Order, 23 Oct.

Courts of Justice, grand Committee appointed, 21 Oct.

31° Car. II. Parl. 3. Sess. 1. A. 1678, & 1679.

CALNE Election, Petition, 19 Mar.

Cambridge, Town, Election, Petition, 29 Mar.

Camelford, new Writ, 24 Mar.

Cardiff, Borough, Election, Petition, 19 Mar.

Carriages, Committee to prepare Bill to provide them in Royal Progress and Removals, 20 May.

Castleton, Committee to examine Information against him, 12 Apr. Report, and Order for his Discharge, 15.

Catherine a Ship, Petition of divers Merchants, 13 May. Vide Roydon.

Cattle, foreign, Act against Importation of them, and of Fish taken by Foreigners, to be considered in Committee of whole House, 2 & 8 Apr. Report referred; Instruction to consider what Laws are fit to be continued, and hear the Complaints of Hackney Coachmen; Committees added, 2.-Act considered, 8 & 10. Report of Resolution; Committee to prepare Bill, 10. Report; Bill presented, 3 May. Read, 6. Order for Second Reading, 12. Committed; Question, that all that come have Voices, Neg. Order, that no Members be added to Committee, 13. Bill to be reported, 15. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 17. Order for Third Reading, 22.

Chancellor, Lord, his Speech to be considered, 30 Apr.

Clare, Mr. to attend Committee of Secrecy from time to time, 4 Apr.-to take care of suing out and prosecuting the Commission for trying Mr. Reading before Lords are tried, 10.

Cloth, Bill for exporting it to Turky, read, 25 Apr. Committed, 17 May. Committee revived, and Order for sitting; Committees added; all that come to have Voices, 23.
-, - broad, Bill for regulating Manufacture thereof in West Riding of Yorkshire, read, 21 May.

Committees, grand, appointed, 18 Mar.-All that come to have Voices, 18 Mar. 2. 12. & 30 Apr. 1, 2, 3. 5. 13. & 23 May.-to report Opinion, 18 & 22 Mar. 8 & 12 Apr. 1, 2. 5. & 21 May. Matter, 18 Mar. 8. 12. & 30 Apr. 2 & 13 May. Fact, 5 & 21 May.-to withdraw, 12 Apr. 5 & 20 May.-to proceed to Business, if Five present, 19 & 22 Mar. 28 & 30 Apr. If Three present, 20. 22. & 25 Mar. 7. 10. 12. & 27 Apr. 6. 8, 9, 10, 11. & 24 May. If Two present, 29 Mar. 16 Apr. & 20 May.-to fit die in diem, 20 Mar. 28 Apr. 1. 5. 12. & 22 May.-particular revived, 26 & 27 Mar. 15, 16. 25. & 28 Apr. 1. 3. 5. 9. 21. & 23 May.-All adjourned, except those excepted, 24 Mar. 5. 16, & 17 Apr. Revived, 7. 10. 17. & 22 Apr. 15 & 26 May.-to receive Petitions one Day only, 29 Mar. Have Liberty to divide a Bill into several, 5 Apr.-Have Leave to sit from time to time during the Sitting of House, 15 & 22 Apr.-have Liberty to choose a Solicitor, and desire Assistance of any Member, 22.-not to make a Report till after Ten o'Clock, 5 May.- Order that no more Members be added to a Committee, 13. Committee of Secrecy appointed, 20. Vide Powys and Danby. Conference, Vide Danby, Supply, Liberty, Powys, and Tryals.
-, - desired by Lords, Messenger dismissed without Answer; Conference disagreed to, as unparliamentary, the Subjectmatter not being expressed, 22 Mar. Committee to search Precedents concerning Questions asked at Conferences, 10 May.
-, - incidental Proceedings thereat; Managers deliver a Message to Lords, 24 Apr.

Convocation, Bill, from Lords, to disable Persons, not having taken Oaths, from sitting therein, 27 Mar. To be read, 28. Read, 3 Apr. Committed, 8. Committees added, 12. Bill reported, and re-committed, 22.

Corfe-Castle Election, Petition, 19 Mar. Report; Mayor ordered into Custody; Return to be amended, 12 Apr. Amended, 14. Mayor reprimanded, and discharged, on his Petition, 12 May.

Coventry Election, Petition, 20 Mar.

Courts of Justice, grand Committee appointed, 18 Mar.

Craggs, Jos. Bill to sell a Message for Payment of Legacies, read, 7 May. Committed, 17.

Cursing. Vide Swearing.

31° & 32° Car. II. Parl. 4. Sess. 1. A. 1679, & 1680.

CANE-bottomed Chairs, Petition against making them, Question for referring to Committee on Woollen Manufacture, Neg. 27 Nov.

Cann, Sir Robert, House informed that he had declared publickly, there was no Popish, but a Presbyterian, Plot; Witness examined; Sir Robert heard, and withdraws; brought in, and reprehended on his Knees, for reflecting Expressions against another Member; withdraws; Matter further considered; expelled, and committed to the Tower, 28 Oct. His Petition, and Order for his Discharge, 8 Nov.

Carew, Henry, a Frier in Orders, Information given, that he had been Surveyor of Customs in England for several Years; Matter referred to Committee, 21 Dec. Vide Plot.
-, - John, Petition referred to Committee of Privileges and Elections, 25 Oct.

Casks. Vide Vessels.

Castle, Captain. Vide Privileges.

Cattle, Irish, Bill to prohibit Importation of them, read, 2 Nov. Committed; Clause ordered, 3. Bill to be reported, 6. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 8. Passed, 10. Agreed to by Lord, 13.
-, - Scotch, Committee to prepare Bill against Importation of them, 4 Nov. Bill presented; Question for reading, Neg. 11. Read, 15. Committed, 20. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 20 Dec. Passed, 3 Jan.

Chichester, new Writ, 23 Dec.

Chisenhale, Sir Edward, Bill to sell Lands for Payment of Debts, read, 11 Dec. Committed; Instruction; Mr. Plaitin to have Notice to attend Committee, 20.

Chitty. Vide Privileges.

Clare, Mr. Money issued for Lords Tryals to be deposited in his Hands, 12 Nov.

Clark, Wm. Petition referred to Committee of Privileges and Elections, 25 Oct.

Clerk to give Receipt for Papers to Clerk of Lords House, 28 Oct. -to attend a Committee de die in diem, 29 Nov.-to deliver Letters to Attorney-general, 18 Dec.

Clitheroe, new Writ, 28 Oct.

Cloth, Bill for exporting it, and other Woollen Manufactures, to Turkey, read, 6 Nov. Order for Second Reading, 3 Dec. Read; Debate thereon, 13.

Coinage, Committee to prepare Bill for regulating it, and continuing the Law relating thereto, 9 Dec.

Coleman. Vide Privileges.

Colleton, Sir Peter, Petition referred to Committee of Privileges and Elections, 25 Oct.

Collins, John, Petition referred to Committee of Privileges and Elections, 26 Oct.

Colt, Mr. Vide Privileges.

Committees, grand, appointed, 25 Oct.-All that come to have Voices, 25 & 27 Oct. 4 & 20 Nov. 9. 16, 17. & 21 Dec. 5 & 7 Jan.-to report Opinion, 25 Oct. 8, 9. 13. 25, 26. & 29 Nov. 8. 16, 17. 21. & 24 Dec. 5, 7, & 8 Jan. Matter, 25 Oct. 8. & 13 Nov. 8. 16, 17. 21. & 24 Dec. 7 & 8 Jan.- To withdraw, 16 & 17 Dec.-To proceed to Business, if Three present, 26 & 30 Oct. 2, 3, 4. 6. 9, 10. 13. 17. 19. 23. & 29 Nov. 9. 16, 17, 18. & 20 Dec. 6, 7, & 8 Jan. If Five present, 27 Oct. 13. 17. 23. 25. & 29 Nov. 8, 9. & 24 Dec. 3 & 8 Jan. If Two present, 27 Oct. 26 Nov. & 15 Dec. If Seven present, 18 Dec.-particular adjourned, 28 Oct. 1 & 25 Nov. 4. 6, 7. 15. & 17 Dec. Revived, 30 Oct. 2. 4. 8, 9. 12. 15. 19. 22, 23. 26, & 27 Nov. 3. 8. 9. 11. 13, 14. 23. & 30 Dec. 3, 4. & 8 Jan.-All adjourned, except those excepted, 28 Oct. 11 & 17. Nov. Revived, 30 Oct. & 18 Nov.-to sit de die in diem, 30 Oct. 24 Nov. 24 Dec. & 3 Jan.-impowered to send for Persons, Papers, and Records, 4. 8. & 30 Nov.-To reduce Two Bills into One, or put them into more, 22 Nov. Clerk of House to attend a Committee de die in diem, 29.-Person, to be named to Speaker, ordered into Custody, for refusing to attend Committee, 29.-to adjourn to what Places they shall think fit, 16 Dec.-To fit during the Sitting of House, 20.

Conference. Vide Ireland.

Coning. Vide Address, Ireland.

Convicts, Popish, Committee to examine what are in Newgate, &c. 8 Jan.

Cooke, Wm. Petition referred to Committee of Privileges and Elections, 25 Oct.

Corporations, Committee to prepare Bill to repeal Law for regulating them, 24 Dec. Committed, 6 Jan.

Cottington, Charles, Petition, 17 Dec. Vide Courts ecclesiastical.

Coventry Election, Petition, 27 Oct.

Courtney, Humphry, Petition referred to Committee of Privileges and Elections, 25 Oct.

Court of Marches. Vide Wales.

Courts of Justice, grand Committee appointed, 25 Oct.
-, - ecclesiastical, Petition against several Proceedings therein, referred to Committee; Committee to receive all other Complaints, and prepare Bill for regulating them, 16 Dec. Petitions presented and referred, 17 & 24. Committees added, 24.

Cowdin, Jos. Bill to sell Lands for Payment of Debts and Portions, read, 20 Dec. Committed; Instruction, 24. Committees added, 7 Jan.

Cowding. Vide Bexhill.

Cricklade, new Writ, 10 Nov.

Crouch, Mr. Committee to search his Papers; himself and Son to attend, 18 Nov.

Cumberland Election, Petition, 3 Nov.

Customs, Vote that Commissioners, and other Officers, have wilfully broken the Law prohibiting Importation of French Commodities; future Breaches to be questioned in Parliament, 10 Jan.

33° Car. II. Parl. 5. Sess. 1. A. 1680, & 1681.

CHRIST-CHURCH Election, Petition, 24 Mar.

Committees, grand, appointed, 24 Mar.-All that come to have Voices, 24.-To report Opinion; Matter, 24.-to proceed to Business, if Three present, 25. If Five present, 25 & 26.

Courts of Justice, grand Committee appointed, 24 Mar.-Vote, that for any inferior Court to proceed against a Person impeached in Parliament, is a Breach of Privilege, 26.

1° 2° & 3° Jac. II. Parl. 1. Sess. 1. A. 1685, 1686, & 1687.

CADMAN, Thomas, and others, Petition, 6 June. Vide Hackney Coaches.

Callicoes. Vide Supply.

Callington Election, Petitions, 23 May, and 3 June. Clerk of Crown to attend with Return, 3 & 4 June. Return produced; Motion for new Writ; Speaker to write to Member, and require speedy Answer, 6.

Calne Election; Petition, 23 May. Hearing deferred, 13 June.

Camelford, new Writ, 24 June.

Carriages, Bill to provide them for Royal Progress and Removals, read, 26 May. Committed, 3 June. Reported; Clauses added; Bill to be ingrossed, 4. Passed, 6. Agreed to by Lords, 17.
-, - Bill to provide them for Navy and Ordnance, ordered, 4 June. Read, 6. Committed, 11. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 13. Passed, 15. Agreed to by Lords, 17.

Castleman, Jonathan, Petition for Bill to charge Lands with Portions, and rectify a Mistake in a Settlement, Bill ordered, 17 Nov. Presented, 19.

Catlyn, Sir Nevill, 25 June. Vide Cleveland.

Chapmen, petty. Vide Hawkers.

Charters, Royal, Debate, touching several supposed to be granted to Boroughs, adjourned, 27 May.

Chatham. Vide Rochester.

Chelsea Hospital, Part of what shall arise for licensing Hackney Coaches to be applied thereto, 4 June. Vide Hackney Coaches.

Chester County, Election, Petition, 30 May.

Chippenham, new Writ, 4 Aug.

Chipping-wicomb Election Petition, 30 May.

Church, established, Motion for preserving it, referred to grand Committee for Religion, 26 May. Report of Resolutions; previous Questions for agreeing thereto, Neg.; Resolution, that House intirely relies on King's repeated Declaration to support it, 27.

Cirencester Election, Petition 23 May. Order for hearing, 11 June.

Clapham, Sir Christopher, Petition, 16 June. Vide Cleveland, infra.

Cleveland, Earl of, Petition for Bill to revive Acts for Relief of his Creditors, Bill ordered, 1 June. Presented, 3. Read, 5. Committed, 6. Petitions presented, and referred, 11. 16. 22, 23. & 25. Committees added, 16.

Cockermouth Election, Petition, 25 May.

Coinage, Bill to revive Act concerning it, ordered, 30 May. Read, 3 June. Committed, 5, 6. & 22. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 23. Passed, 24. Agreed to by Lords, 26.

Colchester Election, Petition, 3 June.

Colt, John Dutton, Petition rejected, 27 May.

Committees, grand, appointed, 22 May.-All that come to have Voices, 22 May, 3. 5. 11. 18. 29, & 30 June.-to report Opinion, 22. 26, & 27 May, 1. 11. 16. 19. 22. 24, & 25 June. Matter, 22 & 27 May, 1. 11. 16. 19. 22. 24, & 25 June.-to withdraw, 13 June.-Particular revived, 30 May, 15. 22, 23. & 26 June, 13 & 19 Nov. Adjourned, 10 & 22 June.-All adjourned, except those excepted, 2. 13. & 27 June. Revived, 4. 15. 27, 28, & 30 June, & 16 Nov.-To proceed to Business, if Five present, 26 & 27 May, 1 & 17 June, 14 & 17 Nov. If Seven present, 26 May. If Three present, 4. 16, 17. & 26 June. If Eight present, 4, 5, 6. 11. 16 19. 22. 25. & 30 June.

Cooke, Younger, Petition for Bill to sell Lands for Payment of Debts, Bill ordered, 5 June. To be read, 16. Read, 17. Committed, 25. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 1 July. Order for Third Reading, 14 & 17 Nov.
-, - John, offensive Words taken down in Writing, heard, and ordered to withdraw; Debate thereon; committed to the Tower, 18 Nov.

Corn. Vide Wool.

Cornwall. Vide Supply.
-, - new Writ, 4 Aug.

Courts of Justice, grand Committee appointed, 22 May.

Cricklade Election, and double Return, Petition, 23 May. Report touching Return, 26. Further Report; Return to be amended, 10 June. Amended, 11.

Cropper, Thomas, and others, Petition, 4 June. Vide Hackney Coaches.

Cutwork. Vide Bone-lace.



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