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

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

HABEAS Corpus, Bill to prevent Refusal thereof, ordered, 10 Apr. To be read, 11 & 22. Read, 23. Committed, 24.

Hackney Coachmen, Complaint of Abuses by them; Members to put Laws in Execution, 9 Nov.
-, -Committee to inspect Act touching them, and prepare Bill for their Regulation, 9 Dec.

Hales. Vide Privileges.

Hallam, Joseph, Complaint against him for prosecuting a Constable in Crown Office, referred to Committee of Grievances, 11 Feb. Report; Order for staying Proceedings, till Matter further examined, to be left in the Office, 13.

Hallett. Vide Privileges.

Hammond. Vide Ireland.

Hampson, Sir Thomas. Vide Privileges.

Hampton Bishop, Bill for inclosing Lands therein, read, 15 Nov.

Hardees. Vide Privileges.

Harman, Sir John, to attend; Duke of York desired to command his Secretary to give him Notice; Captain Elliott examined, his Examination read to him, and owned, 20 Feb. Duke desired to renew his Commands for Sir John's Return, 30 Mar. His Letter to the Duke communicated to House, 9 Apr. Examined, and ordered into Custody, 17. His Answer in Writing read; examined again, and discharged, 21.

Harris, Henry, Petition, 14 Nov. Vide. Tower.

Hartlibb. Vide America.

Harwood, Alexander, Petition, 14 Nov. Vide Tower.

Hatfield. Vide Townsend.

Hatton, Matthew, Petition, 14 Nov. Vide Tower.

Haverford-west Election; Witnesses arrested; Proceedings thereon, 14 Nov. Vide Privileges. Report to be made, 18 & 19. Made; Questions for agreeing with Committee, that Election is void, and for Re-commitment, severally Neg. 26.

Hayes. Vide Privileges.

Hearth-money, Petition, complaining of Abuses in collecting it, referred to a Committee; Instruction, 6 Nov. Committees added, 12. 15. & 23. Committee to send for Persons, Papers, and Records, 15. Order for sitting, 23. Report of several Grievances; Debate thereon adjourned, 7 Dec. Resumed; same Committee to prepare Bill to prevent Abuses in collecting Hearth-money, 10. To sit de die in diem; Quorum to be Three, 11 Feb. Bill read, 27. Committed to former Committee; Committee revived; Instruction; Committees added, 29. Committee have Leave to sit, 7 Mar. Inconveniencies of farming the Duty referred, 14. Bill to be reported, 26. Reported; Question for Re-commitment, Neg. Bill to be ingrossed, 27. Order for Third Reading, 31. Passed, 1 Apr. House put Lords in mind of Bill, 25 Apr. & 4 May.
-, -Complaint of Violences committed by Collectors; several Persons ordered into Custody, 19 Dec. Their Petition tendered, and referred to Committee on Miscarriage in collecting it, 10 Feb. To be read, 24. Read, and rejected, 29. Report; Parties reprehended, and discharged, on their Submission, and acknowleging their Offence at Bar; Members, Justices of Peace, to inquire into the Abuse, and cause Satisfaction to be made to Persons injured; Commissioners of Treasury to examine Humphreys's Account, and discharge him from his Employment; Debate, concerning Inconveniencies by farming, referred to Committee on Bill, 14 Mar.

Hebblethwaite, Sir Thomas, Bill to settle Lands for Provision for Children, to be read, 27 Feb. Read, 28. Committed, 3 Mar. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 13. Passed, 16. Returned from Lords, with an Amendment, 10 Apr. Amendment agreed to, 15.

Heralds Office, Bill for settling it, read, 25 Nov.

Herbert, Mr. Vide Privileges.

Hertford County, new Writ, 6 Feb. Signing the Warrant respited, to prevent Surprize, 29.

Highways, Bill for repairing them, read, 23 Oct. Committed, 30. Committees added; Committee revived, and order for sitting, 19 & 23 Nov. Impowered to lay a Tax, and make a Place extra-parochial liable thereto, 29. Revived; Committee, concerning Prevention of Robberies, joined to it; Committees added, 12 Dec. & 11 Feb. Committee to sit, notwithstanding Order to the contrary, 5 Mar. Bill reported; Clause read, 7. Second Reading, and Debate thereon adjourned, 7 & 10. Resumed, 10 & 13. Clause read, Paragraph by Paragraph, and disagreed to, 10. Bill to be ingrossed; a Committee to see Bill and Amendments cohere, and be rightly ingrossed, 31. Order for Third Reading, 9 & 10 Apr. Bill passed, 15.

Hilton, Baron, Bill for settling charitable Uses of his, read, 23 Oct. Committed; Petition presented, and referred, 22 Nov. Committees added, 2 Mar.

Holland to attend, 14 Dec.

Hollis, Sir Fretzville. Vide Privileges.

Horses, Committee to consider Exportation of them, and whatever else may relate to strengthening the Nation, in case of an Invasion, 14 Oct. Revived, and Order for sitting; Instruction; impowered to prepare Bill for Exportation of Horses, Corn, Cattle, and Victuals; Clerk of Passage of Dover and Rye to attend them, 11 Feb. Committee impowered to bring in Clause concerning Importation of foreign Corn, and consider of Custom on Coal exported, 5 Mar. Bill read, 28. Committed, 30. Committee revived, and Order for sitting; impowered to make Proposition for laying Duty on foreign Linen, 10 Apr.

Horton, Bill for inclosing Coppices therein, read, 29 Nov. Committed, 2 Dec. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 26 Feb. Order for Third Reading, 3 Mar. Passed, 4. Returned from Lords, with Amendments, 25 Apr. Amendments agreed to, 4 May.

House meets, 10 Oct.-meets to attend King at Whitehall, 15. -Committee to consider what obstructs the Proceedings of publick Business therein, 16 Oct. Revived; Instruction touching Members absent from Prayers, 8 Nov.-Proceedings interrupted by Messages from Lords, 3, 4, & 6 Dec.- To be called, 14 Dec. & 6 Apr.-Called, 13 Feb. Orders and Proceedings touching Defaulters, 13 Feb. 6 & 11 Apr. -Special Order for sitting, 18 Dec. & 29 Apr.-Committee to inquire into ancient Orders, and Method of Proceedings therein; 10 Feb. Report, that, upon Motion for public Aid, the Consideration ought to be adjourned, and referred to Committee of whole House, and their Opinions reported, before any Vote of House, 18. Committee revived, and to search Precedents when the Yeas and Noes are to go forth, 25 Apr. With Speaker and Mace, attend the King at Whitehall, 5 & 30 Mar.-Thanks Commissioners of publick Accounts for their Proceedings, 14 Mar.-Thanks Duke of York for his Care and Favour in causing an Order to be executed, 10 Apr.-Special Resolution for sitting, 24.

Hudson. Vide Hallam, supra.

Hull. Vide Privileges.

Humphreys, Thomas, and others, Petition, 18 Feb. Vide Cattle.

Hungerford, Sir Edward. Vide Privileges.

Husband. Vide Privileges.

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

HAMILTON Chase. Vide Foster.

Hearth-money, Bill for regulating and collecting it, read, 29 Oct. Order for Second Reading, 30. Committed; Instruction, 3 Nov. Reported; Report to be considered, 11. Considered; further Instruction; Committees added; Order for sitting of Committee, 13.

Heron, Sir Cuthbert, Bill to sell Lands for Payment of Debts and Portions, to be read, 6 Dec. Read, 7.

Hertford County, new Writ, 19 Oct.

Highways, Bill for repairing them, to be read, 9. 12, & 13 Nov. Read, 20. Committed; Instruction, 26.

Hollis, Sir Fretzville. Vide Privileges.

Horsham, new Writ, 19 Oct.

Hotchkin, Richard, Bill to sell Lands, read, 29 Nov. Committed, 3 Dec. Committee revived, and Order for sitting, 7.

House meets, 19 Oct.-To be called, 19 Oct. 13 Nov. 1 & 4 Dec.-Called, 25 Oct. Orders touching Defaulters, 25 Oct. 10 Nov. & 4 Dec.-Act read therein-Proceedings interrupted by Message from Lords, 4 Nov. By Complaint of Breach of Privilege, 12.-Meets, to attend King at Whitehall, 6.-Thanks Lord General for his Care in preserving public Peace, 23.

Humes. Vide Privileges.

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

HABEAS Corpus, Bill concerning it, ordered, 26 Feb. Committee to prepare it, 28.

Hackett, Sir Andrew. Bill, from Lords, to settle Portion on his Daughter, 17 Mar. 1670. Read, 22. Committed, 27. Reported, and passed, with Amendments, 29. Amendments agreed to by Lords, 5 Apr.

Haigh. Vide Privileges.

Hall, Benedict, Bill for selling Lands, read, 4 Nov. 1670. Committed, 10. Committees added, 12. Bill reported, and to be ingrossed, 19. Passed, 26. Lords Amendments agreed to, 23 Jan. Bill returned, 4 Feb.

Hammond, Robert, Bill to settle Lands for raising Portions, read, 3 Nov. Committed, 10. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 18. Passed, 22. Agreed to by Lords, 10 Dec.

Harlakenden, Sir Thomas, Bill to sell Lands for Payment of a Debt due to the Crown, to be read, 23 Mar. 1670. Read, 27. Committed, 30. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 10 Apr. Order for Third Reading, 12. Passed, 13.

Hartlipp. Vide Privileges.

Haslington, Bill, from Lords, for making it a Parish, 20 Feb. 1670. Read; Question for Second Reading, Neg. 9 Mar.

Haughton, Robert, Bill to sell Lands for Payment of Debts, to be read, 12 Mar. 1669. Read, 3 Nov. Committed, 7, Committees added, 10 Nov. 3 Jan. & 3 Feb. Committee to sit, notwithstanding their Adjournment, and give Notice to Parties concerned, 18 Nov. Bill reported, 27. Read Third Time; Debate thereon adjourned, 2 Mar. Resumed; Bill passed, 4.

Hawksworth. Vide Privileges.

Hay. Vide Corn.

Hayes. Vide Privileges.
-, -and Jekill, Matter touching their Violation of Act against Conventicles, and Attempt to corrupt Lord Mayor, to be considered, 16 Nov. Sir Samuel Sterling examined; his Testimony read to them; Witnesses on both Sides heard; Resolutions thereupon; Order for Attorney-general to prosecute Hayes, 21.

Hearth-money, Bill to regulate Collection thereof, to be read, 3 Mar. 1669. House put Lords in mind of Bill, 18 Nov.
-, -Debate, concerning Abuses in collecting it, adjourned, 23 Jan. 3 & 6 Feb. 1670.
-, -Committee to prepare additional Bill for regulating Collection thereof, 2 Mar. 1670. Care of expediting it recommended to Three Members, 14.

Heath, Sir John, and Lady. Vide Supply.-Petition to be read, 7 & 9 Mar. 1669. Read, and referred to Committee, 10. Committees added, 16. Report to be made, 28. Made,-Bill for their Relief, ordered, 30. Read; Question for Second Reading, Neg. 2 Apr.

Hemp and Flax, Bill for planting them, read, 27 Oct. Committed, 31. Committees added, 15 Nov. & 3 Dec. Committee revived, and Order for sitting, 3 Dec. & 26 Jan. Bill reported, and re-committed to former Committee; Committees added, 26. Bill to be reported, 2 Mar. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 3. Passed, 27.

Henley. Vide Privileges.

Herbert. Vide Privileges.

Heron, Sir Cuthbert, Bill to sell Lands for Payment of Debts and Portions, read, 21 Feb. 1669. Committed, 26. Committees added, 28 Feb. & 1 Mar. Bill reported, and to be ingrossed, 3. Passed, 8.
-, -Sir Henry, Petition, 16 Dec. 1670. Vide Lindsey Level.

Highways, Bill for repairing them, read, 3 Mar. 1669. Order for Second Reading, 4, 5. & 8. Committed, 9. Reported, and to be ingrossed; Clauses ordered, 16. Order for Third Reading, 18 & 19. Question for it, Neg. 21. Bill passed, 23. Returned from Lords, with Amendments; Amendments in Part disagreed to, 31. Committee to assign Reasons; Conference desired with Lords thereupon; Messenger dismissed without Answer; Report of Reasons; Conference, desired by Lords, agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, and to be reported, 2 Apr. Reported; Lords Reasons not satisfactory, 4. Committee to assign Reasons, 5. Report; Conference to be desired, 6. Lords waive their Amendments, 8.

Horde, Thomas, Bill to make and confirm Leases, read, 1 Mar. 1669. Committed, 3. Passed, 7.

Hotchkins, Richard, Bill, from Lords, to sell Lands for Payment of Debts and Portions, 29 Mar. 1670. Read Second time, and passed, 31.

Houghton. Vide Haughton, supra.

House meets, 14 Feb.-Meets, to attend King at Whitehall. 22 Feb. & 11 Mar.-To be called, 3 Mar. 12 & 20 Dec. 16 & 31 Jan. 13 & 20 Feb. & 4 Mar.-Called, 9 & 14 Feb. Orders touching Defaulters, 9. 14. & 31 Jan.-Special Resolutions for sitting, 17. 30, & 31 Mar, 6. 29. & 31 Mar. -Special Orders for sitting, 18 Mar. 14 & 29 Mar.-Question for sitting next Day, Neg. 24 Mar.-Collector of the Bounty to Under Officers appointed; Speaker to distribute it, 30.-Order for going to Church; Dr. Outram desired to preach, 23 Jan. 1670. Thanked, 3 Feb.-Special Resolution for rising every Day at 12 o'Clock, and sitting in the Afternoon, 6 Mar.-With Speaker, and Mace, attends King at Whitehall, 10 Dec. & 22 Apr.-Thanks Attorney-general for his great Care in vindicating Privileges of House, 22 Apr.

Howard, Sir Philip. Vide Shipping.
-, -Charles, and Wife, Bill to levy Fines, and suffer Recoveries, read, 5 Apr. 1671. Committed, 7. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 11. Agreed to by Lords, 19.

Howe. Vide Privileges.

Humes, Elizabeth, Petition, 21 Mar. 1669. Vide Privileges.

Hungerford, Sir Edward. Vide Supply, Prettyman.

Hyot. Vide Privileges.

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

HAMMOND, Deputy Serjeant. Vide Privileges. Hanham, Sir John. Vide Banks.
-, -Sir Wm. Bill, from Lords, to sell Lands for Payment of Debts, committed, 25 Mar. Reported, and passed, 27.

Hansam. Vide Privileges.

Haymarket, Bill for regulating it, read; Question for Second Reading, Neg. 11 Mar.

Herbert, Mr. Vide Privileges.

Hereford City, new Writ, 6 Feb.

Hertford Borough, new Writ, 6 Feb.
-, -County, Petition from, 14 Feb. Vide Aulnage.

Highways, Committee to prepare Bill for repairing them, 26 Feb. Revived, and Order for sitting, 6 & 12 Mar. Committees added, 6.
-, -and Streets, Bill for repairing them within Bills of Mortality, read, 5 Mar. Committed; Instruction, 7. Committee revived, and Order for sitting; Committees added, 12.

Holder. Vide Privileges.

Horses. Vide Housman, infra.

House meets, and chuses Speaker, 4 Feb.-Chuses another Speaker, 18.-With Speaker, and Mace, attends King at Whitehall, 19 & 27 Feb. 7 & 26 Mar.-Journals read therein, 28 Feb.-To be called, 7 Mar.-Goes into a Committee, to consider Lords Amendments to Bill, 22.-Proceedings interrupted by Messages from Lords, 22. 25. & 27.-Order touching Collection for Officers; Collector appointed; Speaker to distribute it; Defaulters in former Payments to pay Arrears, 24.

Houses, Bill touching blowing up or demolishing them, to prevent Increase of Fire, tendered, without Brief or Leave-another ordered, 20 Feb. Read, 25. Committed; Petition presented, and referred, 28.
-, -burnt. Vide Navy.

Housman, James, to attend, and give an Account of an Imposition upon importing Horses, 18 & 24 Mar. Examined, 24.

Huntingdon County, new Writs, 6 Feb. & 20 Oct.

Hythe, new Writ, 6 Feb. Election; Petition, 22. Matter deferred; Parties discharged from further Attendance, 25 Mar.

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

HASLOCK. Vide Privileges.

House meets-Order for meeting, to go to Church-desires Dr. Stillingfleet to preach, 27 Oct.-With Speaker, and Mace, attends King at Whitehall, 3 Nov.

Huntingdon County, new Writ, 27 Oct.

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

HABEAS Corpus, Bill for Relief of Prisoners by those Writs, ordered, 15 Jan. Read, 20. Committed, and recommended to Care of Two Members, 23. Committee adjourned, 29. Bill to be reported, 14 & 16 Feb. Reported, and to be ingrossed; Ingrossment recommended to Care of one Member, 17. Bill read Third Time; Opening, for want of Brief, deferred, 21. Opened, and passed, 23.

Harrow on the Hill, and other Towns, Petition from, owned, and referred to Committee, 12 Feb.

Hearth-money, Committee to prepare Bill for ascertaining Collection thereof, 20 Jan. Bill read, 3 Feb. Committed; Instruction, 18.

Highways, Committee to prepare Bill for repairing them, 19 Jan. Petition presented, and referred, 29. Committees added, 14 Feb.

Hill, Captain, Petition, 28 Jan. Vide Officers, loyal.

House meets, 7 Jan.-With Speaker, and Mace, attends King at Whitehall, 13.-Thanks Dr. Stillingfleet for his Sermon, 13.-To meet to go to Church, 21. Meets, 30.-Desires Dr. Craddock, Dr. Lloyd, and Dr. Tillotson, to preach, 21. Thanks the Two former, 31.-Desires Dr. Whitchcott to preach, 23. Thanks him and Dr. Tillotson, 5 Feb.-Motion for opening a Passage from Gallery into Speaker's Chamber, 29 Jan. Vide Speaker.-To be called, 31 Jan. & 23 Feb.-Proceedings interrupted by Message from Lords, 11 Feb.

Howard, Bernard, Petition read; Question for retaining it, Neg. 28 Jan.

Hughes. Vide Privileges.

Huntingdon County, Election; Petition, 7 Jan. Report to be made, 9 Feb. Made, 12.
-, -Petition from, 14 Feb. Vide Aulnage.

Hythe Election; Petition, 7 Jan. Another Petition tendered; Consideration thereof adjourned, 29. Resumed; Petition and Certificate against it, read; Hearing deferred, 6 Feb.

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

HACKNEY Coaches, Motion for Bill to regulate them; Debate thereon adjourned, 8 May.

Hæretico de comburendo, Bill to abolish that Writ, ordered, 7 May. Read, 10. Committed, 18. Committees added; Committee revived, and Order for sitting, 3 June. Bill reported, and to be ingrossed, 7.

Halls. Vide Privileges.

Hampshire, Petition from, 30 Apr. Vide Aulnage.

Harwood. Vide Privileges.

Haslemere new Writ, 28 May.

Hastings. Vide Privileges.

Hawkers, Pedlars, and Petty Chapmen, Bill for suppressing them, read, 3 May. Committed, 7. Committees added, 12.

Hearth-money, additional Bill for settling the Duty, read, 26 Apr. Committed, 27. Committees added; all that come to have Voices, 4 May. Bill reported; Report in Part considered, 12. To be further considered, 31.

Heath, Sir John, and Wife, Petition, 19 May. Vide Prettyman.

Hertford Borough, new Writ, 13 Apr.

Highways, Committee to prepare Bill for repairing them, 14 Apr. Committees added, 27. Report; Bill and Petition read, 14 May.

Holman, Sir John. Vide Privileges.

Hospitals, Almshouses, and Schools, Committee to prepare Bill to prevent Abuses in Revenues belonging thereto, 22 Apr.

House meets, 13 Apr.-Meets, to attend King at Whitehall, 14. 21. & 29 Apr. 7 May, & 5 June.-To be called, 17 & 26 May.-Called, 26.-Orders and Proceedings thereupon, 26 May. 1 & 2 June-Thanks Speaker for his great Care and Service in issuing a Warrant for executing an Order, 2.- Thanks him for causing a Person, formerly in Custody, to be seized, 4.

Hythe Election; Report, 28 Apr.

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

HAWKERS, Pedlars, and Petty Chapmen, Bill to suppress them, tendered, 26 Oct. Read, 3 Nov. Order for Second Reading, 10. Committed; Petition presented, and referred, 11.

Hearth-money. Vide Excise.
-, - Bill to prevent Abuses in collecting it, read, 26 Oct. Committed, 6 Nov. Committees added; Committee revived, and Order for sitting; all that come to have Voices, 13. Bill to be reported, 19.

Hertford Election, Petition tendered; Committee to receive it at their next Meeting, 27 Oct.

Highways, Bill for repairing them, ordered, 23 Oct. Tendered, 20 Nov.

Holmes, Sir Robert. Vide Privileges.

House meets, 13 Oct.-To be called, 27 Oct. 3. 8. & 15 Nov.-Called; Orders and Proceedings touching Defaulters, 18.-Order for meeting to go to Church-desires Dr. Sandford to preach, 27 Oct. Thanks him, 6 Nov.-Meets to go to Church, 5.

Howard, Mr. Vide Quarrel.

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

HACKNEY Coachmen, Petition, complaining of Commissioners, owned, and referred to Committee, 7 Mar. 1676.

Hæretico de comburendo, Bill to abolish that Writ, ordered, 8 Mar. 1676. Presented, 16. Read, 19. Committed, 26. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 28. Passed, 30. Lords Amendments agreed to, 13 Apr.

Hall. Vide Privileges.

Hamburgh Company, Petition of their Creditors referred to Committee; Instruction to receive no Proposal for Payment of Debts, that shall charge home-made Manufactures, 24 Mar. 1676.

Harrington, John, Petition read; Speaker to take care that Petitioner and Murray be brought to Bar; Debate adjourned, 16 Mar. 1676. Resumed; Petition owned; Parties examined, 17.

Harris, John, Petition, 7 Mar. 1676. Vide Cattle.

Harvey. Vide Privileges.

Haverford-west, new Writ, 21 May, 1677. Election; Petition, 1 Feb.

Hawkers, Pedlars, and Petty Chapmen; Bill to suppress them, read, 12 Mar. 1676. Committed, 15. To be reported, 2 & 7 Mar. 1677. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 9. Passed, 18.

Hawkins. Vide Privileges.

Hearth-money, Complaint of Abuses in collecting it; Patent to be brought in, 1 Feb. 1677. Farmers to attend, 1. 6, 7. & 20 Feb. & 7 Mar. Patent presented, 6 Feb. Matter to be considered, 7 & 20 Feb. & 7 Mar. Patent re-delivered, and to be brought again, when required, 11.
-, - Committee to prepare Bill to regulate Abuses in collecting it, 23 Feb. 1676. Bill read, 5 Mar. Order for Second Reading, 10 & 17. Committed, 22. Committee revived, and Order for sitting, 1 & 19 Feb. Committees added, 19. Bill reported, 22. Report to be considered, 25 Feb. & 2 Mar. Considered; Bill to be ingrossed, 7. Passed, 12.

Hemp and Flax, Bill for sowing them, read, 23 Feb. 1676. Committed, 1 Mar.

Herring, John, Bill to sell Lands for Payment of Debts, read, 20 Feb. 1677. Committed, 26. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 2 Mar. Passed, 5. Agreed to by Lords, 27.

Hertford Borough, new Writ, 16 Feb.

Highways, Bill to repeal Clause concerning Carriage for Hire, ordered, 4 May, 1678. Read, 8. Committed, 10.

Hindon, new Writ, 16 Feb.

Hippisley, Christopher, Petition, 7 Mar. 1676. Vide Cattle.

Holland, Earl of. Vide Warwick.
-, -Sir John. Vide Ashburnham.

Holt, Sir Robert, Petition against him, tendered; to be tendered on a future Day; Sir Robert to have Notice to attend, 22 Mar. 1677. Petition read, and owned; Sir Robert's Request for Copy, and Time to answer, assented to; Answer to be in Writing, 26. Order for presenting it, 30 Apr.

Hooper, Francis, Petition, 24 Mar. 1676. Vide Hamburgh.

House meets, 15 Feb.-Resumed, on a Difference in a Committee who should take the Chair, 21 & 23. To be called, 22 Feb. 26 & 27 Mar. 15 & 29 Apr.-Proceedings interrupted by Messages from Lords, 23 Feb. 12 Mar. 11 Apr. 19 & 22 Mar. By Message from King, 20 Mar.-With Speaker, and Mace, attends King at Whitehall, 23. 26. & 28 May.- Meets, to attend King at Whitehall, 26. To go to Church -Thanks Dr. Spratt for his Sermon, 30 Jan.-Thanks Mr. Arnold and Captain Scudamore, for Informations about the Growth of Popery, 27 Mar. 1678.-Journals read therein, 27 Mar. & 11 Apr.-Chuses new Speaker, 11 Apr. & 6 May.

Howard, Edward and Bernard, Petition, owned, 19 Feb. 1676. Vide Norfolk.

Hungerford, Sir Edward, Bill, from Lords, to make Leases, 26 Mar. 1677. Read, 30. Committed, 2 Apr. Reported, and passed, 9.

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

HAMBURGH Company, Petition of Creditors owned, and referred to Committee; Instruction, 5 June. Another Petition referred, 10. Committee to proceed no further before Recess, 1 July.

Handicraftsmen, Petition, 17 June. Vide Burglaries.

Hathorn. Vide Privileges.

Haverford-west Election, Petition, 28 May.

Hawkers, Pedlars, and Petty Chapmen, Bill to suppress them, ordered, 27 May.

Hearth-money, Bill for more easy collecting it, read, 23 May. Committed, 4 June. Petitions presented, and referred, 5. Bill reported, and re-committed; Committee to prepare Bill singly upon Point of Smith's Forges only, 9 July.

Hemp and Flax, Bill for sowing them, read, 21 June. Committed, 25.

Highways, Committee to inspect Laws concerning them, 25 May.
-, -Bill to repeal Clause concerning Carriage for Hire, ordered, 25 May. Read, 28. Committed, 11 June. Passed, 25. House put Lords in mind of Bill, 9 July. Bill returned, with Amendments; Amendments agreed to, 12.

House meets-Journals therein read, 23 May.-Motion for Contribution to Officers; Order for Sum to be paid; Collector appointed; absent Members to pay double, 31.-Question for sitting on a future Day, Affirmative, 22 June.

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

HAMERSMITH, Information given of a Riot there; Plucknett examined, and acquainted by Speaker he had done well; Committee to inquire into the Matter, 19 Dec. Revived, and Order for their sitting, 21.

Harcourt, Mr. Two Letters of his presented, read, to be entered in Journal, and re-delivered, to be kept till demanded, 2 Nov.

Haverford-west Election, Petition, 23 Oct.

House meets, 21 Oct.-Meets, to attend King at Whitehall, 22 & 26 Oct. & 9 Nov.-Desires Dean of St. Paul's, and Dean of Canterbury, to preach, 23 Oct. Thanks them, 6 & 14 Nov.-Thanks Lord Chief Justice for his great Care and Diligence in present Affairs, 24 Oct.-Resolution for sitting de die in diem Morning and Afternoon, 1 Nov.-Conference, desired by Lords, concerning the dangerous Condition of the Building and Roof, agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, and reported; Resolutions thereupon, 2.-Meets to go to Church, 5.-Meets on a Sunday, 10 Nov. & 1 Dec.-To be called, 23 Nov. 11 & 12 Dec.-Proceedings interrupted by Message from King, 25 Nov. By Messages from Lords, 29 Nov. 9 & 12 Dec.-Order for locking the Door, 28 Nov. -Orders of House to be drawn up every Day, and read next Morning, before entered, 11 Dec.-Not to be adjourned by Speaker, without a Question, if insisted on, 19.-Special Resolution for sitting, 28.

Howard, Mr. to attend, 18 & 19 Nov.
-, -Sir Cecil, to attend, 18 Nov.

Howell, Mr. Vide Privileges.

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

HACKNEY Coachmen. Vide Cattle.

Halifax, Earl of. Vide Address.

Harcourt, Mr. Committee to repair to him, and take his Examination relating to Plot, 8 May.

Haverford-west Election, Petitions, 19 & 25 Mar.

Hearth-money, Bill to regulate Abuses in collecting it, ordered, and recommended to Care of one Member, 24 Apr. Read, 9 May. Committed, 13. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 23.

Hetherington, Mr. Vide Ireland.

Higham-ferrars Election, Petition, 19 Mar.

Hildyard, Dr. Vide Norfolk.

Hills. Vide Privileges.

Holland. Vide Privileges.

House desires Dr. Jane to preach, 1 Apr. Thanks him, 12.- Proceedings interrupted by Messages from Lords, 8. 10. & 16. -Meets to go to Church, 11.-To be called, 12 Apr. & 2 May.-Special Resolution for sitting, 23 Apr. 3 & 8 May.- With Speaker and Mace, demands Judgment against an impeached Lord, 5.-Sits on a Sunday, 11.-Meets, to attend King at Whitehall, 19.

Howe, Sir Scroope. Vide Privileges.

Hunter, Ship. Vide Roydon.

Huntingdon Borough, Election, Petition, 22 Mar.

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

HACKNEY Coaches. Vide Streets.

Hale, Sir Matthew, his Executors desired to print his Manuscripts relating to Crown Law; Committee to take care in printing them, 29 Nov.

Harnage. Vide Privileges.

Harris, Benjamin, Prisoner in Execution at King's Suit, his Petition; Resolution thereupon, 19 Nov. Vide Address.

Haslemere Election, and double Return, Petition, 25 Oct. Witness arrested; Order for his Discharge, 8 Nov. Report; Return to be amended; Bailiff ordered into Custody, 11. Return amended, 12. Bailiff's Petition, 23. Order for his Discharge, 23 & 24. Censured, and discharged, 26.

Haverford-west Election, Petition, 30 Oct.

Hayes, Sir James, Petition referred to Committee of Privileges and Elections, 25 Oct.

Hearth-money, Bill for more easy collecting it, ordered, 17 Dec. Read, 23. Committed, 6 Jan.

Herring. Vide Privileges.

Hetherington. Vide Ireland.

Heydon, new Writ, 26 Oct.

Highways. Vide Streets.
-, -Bill for repairing them, ordered, 22 Nov.

Holt, Sir Thomas, ordered into Custody, 20 Nov. Censured, and discharged, on his Petition, 23.

Honiton Election, Petition, 1 Nov.

Houghton, Sir Charles, Bill to rectify Mistakes in his Marriagesettlement, read 14 Dec. Committed; Instruction, 16. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 21. Passed, 23. Agreed to by Lords, 4 Jan.

House meets, 17 Oct.-Chuses Speaker, 21.-Desires Dr. Dove to preach, 28. Thanks him, 6 Nov.-Meets, to attend King at Whitehall, 30 Oct. To go to Church, 5 Nov. & 22 Dec. -Resolves to go as a Committee to Tryal of a Peer, 29 Nov. -Desires Dr. Burnett to preach, 7 Dec. Thanks him for his Sermon, and History of the Reformation, 23 Dec.-Desires Dr. Spratt to preach, 7 Dec.-To be called, 8.-Called, 4 Jan.-Thanks City of London for their Loyalty and Vigilance for Preservation of the King and Protestant Religion, 10.

Howard, Philip, Petition referred to Committee of Privileges and Elections, 25 Oct.

Hutchinson. Vide Privileges.

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

HASLEMERE Election, Petition, 24 Mar.

House sworn by Lord Steward's Deputies; chuses Speaker, 21 Mar.-Thanks him for his Speech on Presentment, and desires him to print it, 24.-Thanks Places that elected Members without Charge-Committee to think of more convenient Place to sit in, 25. Report; Resolution thereupon, 26. Vide Address.-Order for Sum to be paid Officers, 28.

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

HACKNEY Coaches, Petition for Bill to regulate them; Committee to prepare it; Part of Revenue therefrom to be applied to Chelsea College, 4 June. Petitions read, and referred, 6 & 17. Committees added; Instruction, 6. Report; Bill read, and re-committed, 11. Reported from Recommitment, and presented, 13. Read, 27. Committed, 30.
-, -Bill to regulate them, and prevent Nuisances in the Streets, presented, 16 June. Read, 27. Committed; Committee to prepare Clause for licensing a reasonable Number, 30. Revived, and Order for sitting, 19 Nov.

Hawkers, Pedlars, and Petty Chapmen, Bill to suppress them, ordered, 26 May. Read, 6 June. Committed, 11. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 13. Passed, 22. House put Lords in mind of Bill, 30.

Higham-ferrars Election, Petition, 23 May.

Highways, Bill for repairing them, with Power to lay a Tax, ordered, and recommended to Care of one Member, 30 June.

Hind and Toplady, Petition of their Creditors, 19 Nov. Vide Bankrupts.

Honiton, Speaker informs House of Letter from Sir Thomas Putt, who, when Mayor, returned himself-new Writ ordered, 15 June.

House sworn by Lord Steward; chuses Speaker; Act read therein, 19 May.-With Speaker and Mace, attends King at Whitehall, 22.-Resumed, on a Difference in a Committee who should take the Chair, 22.-Desires Dr. Sherlock to preach, 23. Thanks him, 30.-Meets to go to Church, 29.-Proceedings interrupted by Message from Lords, 26 June. By Message from King, 2 July.-Meets to attend King at Whitehall, 17 Nov.

Hutchinson, Samuel, Petition for Bill to grant him the Invention of Lights and Lamps; Bill ordered, 3 June.

Hythe, Information given that Mayor had returned himself; Order for his Attendance Clerk of Crown to attend with Return, 3 June. Return produced; Resolution thereupon- new Writ ordered, 4.



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