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'Index - S', Journal of the House of Commons: volume 2: 1640-1643 (1802), pp. 98-111. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=2804 Date accessed: 20 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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SABBATH,
-, 1641, Intimation to be given to Lord Mayor, and Justices of England and Wales, to put the Statutes for Observation thereof in Execution, 10 Apr.

Sabbath-Breakers.
-, Vide Swearers.

Sadler,
-, Captain, 1642, the Delivery of Pikes to him approved, 11 Nov.

Sadlers
-, Company, 1642, to acquaint Members what Store of Saddles they make weekly, 28 May.

Saffron
-, Walden, 1642, Petition of Inhabitants; Lecturer recommended, 8 Mar.

Saidale,
-, Jo. 1641. Vide Privileges.

Sale,
-, Rich. 1641, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 21 Feb.

Salisbury,
-, 1640, Election; Report touching it to be made, 13 Jan.-10 & 15 Feb.-Made; Election declared good, 3 Mar.
-, 1641, Petition of Gentlemen; Speaker's Answer to Persons who preferred it; Copy of another to Lords, read, and approved, 24 Feb.
-, Mayor of, 1642, to be summoned to attend, 17 July. Complaint against him referred to the Committee for Informations, 28. Their Report; Resolutions thereupon, 29. Vide Lawes.-To publish Proclamation about preventing plundering; not to publish other Proclamations, 26 Dec.
-, 1642, Order for Indemnity of the Mayor, for not pubishing the Proclamation concerning paying King's Rents into the Exchequer at Oxford, or any other against or concerning the Parliament, 23 Feb.
-, Earl of, 1641, Lords to be desired to join in a Petition to the King to appoint him Lord High Treasurer, 9 Aug.- 29 Nov.-His Petition read, and referred to the Committee for Deane Forest, 20 Dec. Order for making Report, 23. -Is willing to continue his Loan, 1 Feb.
-, 1642, to be reminded of a promised Loan, 3 Sept. His Answer, 5.-A Committee to prepare Order for paying him Moneys assigned upon the Farmers of Woods, 3. Order reported, and re-committed, 5. Reported from Re-commitment, 8. Agreed to by Lords, 9.

Salisbury,
-, Sir Tho. 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent; a Committee to prepare Impeachment against him, 27 Sept.

Salkeld,
-, John, 1641. to have Warrant for apprehending Priests, and seizing Massing-stuff, 9 Sept.

Salloway,
-, Mr. 1641, Complaint of endeavouring to seduce Mrs. Coventry on her Death-bed, referred to the Committee for Recusants convict, 13 Aug.

Salop
-, County, 1641, Lord Keeper nominated Lord Lieutenant, 11 Feb.-Petition of Gentlemen, &c. read; Speaker's Answer to Persons who preferred it, 7 Mar.-Deputy Lieutenants approved; others to be recommended, 18.
-, 1642, Order for sending down the Declaration concerning the Illegality of the Commission of Array, 22 July. Agreed to by Lords, 23.-The Committee for Defence of the Kingdom to consider of speedy Defence for the County, 29 Aug.-Lord Keeper discharged from being Lieutenant- Earl of Essex nominated; Lords Concurrence signified, 5 Sept. Several Deputy Lieutenants discharged; others nominated; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 6. Desired, 7.- Letter concerning the State of the County, 12. Report concerning it, 20.

Salt,
-, 1640, Petition of Traders referred to the Committee for Grievances; Patent, and other Papers relating thereto to be brought to House; Patentee to be sent for as a Delinquent, 20 Nov. Petition referred, 23.-Patent referred to the Committee for the Petition from Weymouth, 21 Dec.-Salt detained by Colour thereof, to be delivered to Owners; Patentees to forbear taking the Imposition thereon till further Order-a Committee to consider of their Profits, and of Redress to Parties injured, 24.
-, 1641, Exceptions against the Defalcations of the Patentees, referred to the Committee for Customers, 30 Aug.

Saltash,
-, 1642, Letter from Mayor concerning Cavaliers coming thither, 17 Oct.

Saltcombe,
-, 1641, Lord Admiral to be desired to seize a Barque and Freight stayed there, bound from France to Ireland, with Irish Commanders; Persons to be brought up in safe Custody, 14 Feb. A Committee to open Two Letters sound upon them, 28.-Charges to be defrayed out of the Ship and Goods, 17 Mar.-Examination touching 500 English landed out of Ireland, 22.
-, 1642, Lord Admiral to give Directions concerning the Ship and Goods, 29 Mar.-Consideration of the Passengers, &c. referred to him, 4 Apr. Trunks and Apparel to be delivered to them in Newgate; Order for their Relief, 30.

Salters,
-, 1640, Petition read, and referred to the Committee for Grievances, 23 Nov.

Saltmarshes,
-, 1640, Bill declaring the Law concerning them, read, 15 Jan. Committed, 27.-Committee impowered to assign and hear Counsel; Committees added, 3 Feb.

Saltpetre,
-, 1641, Conference desired by Lords concerning the Mines; agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, 26 Aug. Reported, 30. A Committee to receive Propositions from a Committee of Lords for Preservation thereof, 31.- Information of a Ship come in laden with Saltpetre; a Committee to view it, 19 Feb.
-, 1642, a Committee to consider the Business touching Saltpetre; Order for their Sitting, 1 July.-Order from Lords concerning it, agreed to, 7 Dec.
-, 1642, Bill concerning it to be read, 1 July.

Saltpetre
-, Men, 1641, a Committee to consider of sending them into Counties desiring it, 10 Mar.
-, 1642, Report recommitted, 12 Apr.

Samson,
-, John and William, 1642. Vide Privileges.

Samuell,
-, Arthur, 1642, Petition concerning Money advanced towards Payment of Sir Tho. Dawes's Fine read; Order thereupon, 5 July.-Another read; Order thereupon, 1 Aug.

Sanders,
-, Mr. 1641, Order for bailing him, 26 Jan.-A Committee to inquire by whose Authority he is discharged, 2 Feb.
-, Mrs. 1642, Order from a Committee for putting in Security for her Appearance, 17 May.
-, Wm. of Tamworth, Waggoner,1642, his Examination touching Field Pieces carried from Sir Tho. Littleton; Order for staying them at Aylesbury, and discharging the Waggons and Waggoners, 26 May.

Sanderson,
-, alias Holland, a Priest, 1642, committed to New Prison, 11 Oct.

Sandwich,
-, 1641, Petition of Parishioners read; Lecturer recommended, 18 Mar.
-, 1642, Like Petition and Order, 14 July.

Sandys,
-, Mr. 1640. Vide Creswell, Serjeant.-Docquet of his Patent for receiving an additional 12 d. on Coals, read, 12 Nov.-Report from the Committee for Monopolists concerning him; expelled, 21 Jan.
-, Lady, 1641. Vide Privileges.
-, Edwin, 1642, to have Liberty to convey Arms into Kent, 1 July.-To be thanked for his Services to the Parliament, 6.-For his Services in Kent, 15 Aug.-Narrative of his Proceedings there to be read, 6 Sept.-Declaration signed by him to be printed, 15 Oct.-To list the Horse he offered for the publick Service with the Commissary at London, 2 Nov.
-, Samuel, 1642, voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament, 20 Aug.-To be sent for as a Delinquent, 24 Nov.

Sanserse,
-, Tho. 1642, to have Warrant to transport himself into Spain, 11 Mar.

Saragold,
-, Mr. 1640, to have Liberty, with a Keeper, to prosecute his Petition, 25 Jan.

Sarjeant,
-, Mr. 1642, to be summoned to attend, 17 July.

Sarum
-, Old, new Writ, 29 Jan.

Savage,
-, Sir Edw. 1640. Vide Privileges.
-, Mr. a Priest, 1641, Earl Marshall's Letter about his being seized, read; Order for his Release-for bringing one apprehended with him to the Committee for Recusants convict, 16 Aug.
-, James, 1642, his Petition from Lords; the Committee for Prisoners to consider of Relief to him, 22 Sept.

Saville,
-, Sir Wm. 1641, Petition read, and delivered to Member who preferred it, 18 May. Read Second time, 26. To be read again, and considered, 31.-Committed to the Tower, 12 June. His Petition read; Order for his Discharge, 28. Discharged, 29.
-, 1642, Serjeant to send a particular Messenger with Summons to him to attend forthwith, 7 Apr.-Voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament, 6 Sept.
-, Lord, 1642, declared a public Enemy to the State, and an Incendiary, 6 June.

Saunders,
-, Francis, 1642, committed to London-house, 16 Jan. Order for his Discharge, 26.

Savoy.
-, Vide Charterhouse.-1642, Lecturer recommended, 30 May.-Petition of Inhabitants read, 15 June.-Order for searching Stables, and listing Horses, agreed to by Lords, 24 Oct.

Saxeby,
-, Anth. 1642, to be forthwith summoned as a Witness, 14 Apr.

Say
-, 0and Seale, Lord, 1642, Order for reimbursing Money advanced by him for the King's Children, 27 Oct.-A Committee to prepare Ordinance for paying it out of the Court of Wards, 5 Nov.-Ordinance for paying it out of Money in Sir Ralph Freeman's Hands, 25 Feb.-Agreed to by Lords, 3 Mar.

Scarborough,
-, 1642, Information of Two Dunkirk Ships riding thereabouts; Message to Lords concerning it; Report of Delivery, 4 Apr.-Sir Hugh Cholmley's Letter read, and to be communicated to Lord General; Order for securing the Castle, 14 Jan.

Schoolmasters,
-, Popish, 1640, Motion for referring the Consideration of them to the Committee for Inquiry after Papists; Answer thereto, 11 Nov.

Scotland,
-, Lord Chancellor of. Vide Argyle, Marquis of.

Scots,
-, 1640, Message from Lords, desiring a Conference concerning the Declaration of the Treaty with the Scots at Rippon and York; Messenger dismissed without Answer, 11 Nov. Conference agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, 12. Reported; Report and other Papers to be entered, and re-delivered to the Reporter; Members to have Copies thereof-the Committee for the Clerk's Book to set down the Entry of the Acknowlegement to be made to the King and Commissioners, 18.-Another Conference desired by Lords touching Commissioners to treat with the Scots Commissioners, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; Debate thereon; English Commissioners approved, with a Declaration, that no Conclusion of theirs shall bind the Commons, without their Consent in Parliament; Message to be sent to Lords, acquainting them therewith, 20. Sent, 21.-Conference desired by Lords concerning a Cessation of Arms between the Two Kingdoms, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; Resolution approving the Continuance thereof for a Month, 4 Dec. -Another Conference desired by Lords concerning the Treaty; Messenger dismissed without Answer, 16. Conference agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, 17.- Another Conference desired by Lords concerning a Cessation, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and to be reported, 2 Jan. Reported; Resolution approving the Continuance thereof for another Month; Conference to be desired with Lords concerning it; Managers appointed, 4.-Another Conference desired by Lords concerning an additional Clause, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; Clause agreed to, 7.-Conference desired by Lords concerning the Treaty, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, 12. To be reported, 15. Reported; 16. Report to be considered, 16 & 21. Considered in a Committee of the whole House; Resolution for a friendly Assistance to them, 22.-Conference to be desired with Lords concerning their Demands; Manager appointed; Conference held, 27. Reported; Report to be considered, 28.-Considered in a Committee of the whole House; Resolution for giving 300,000 l. 3 Feb. Sent to Lords; Report of Delivery; Conference to be desired with Lords concerning the Treaty; Manager appointed, 4.-Another Conference desired by Lords thereupon, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; Resolution approving a Cessation for another Month, delivered to Lords at a Conference, 6.-Another Conference desired by Lords concerning the Treaty, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; Resolution for agreeing to the Scots Seventh Demand, 11. -Conference desired by Lords touching the Conclusion of the Eighth Article, agreed to; Conference held, and reported, 3 Mar.-Another Conference desired by Lords touching the Scots Business, and the Cessation of Arms, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; Resolution approving the Continuance thereof for another Month; Conference desired with Lords thereupon, agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, 9.-Conference desired by Lords concerning the Affairs of both Kingdoms, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; Paper concerning the Scots Demands for Arrears, read; Report and Paper to be considered, 17. Paper read again, and to be considered in a Committee of the whole House; Report; Order thereupon, 19. A Committee to prepare Heads for a free Conference about the Paper; Heads reported, and agreed to; Managers appointed; free Conference desired, agreed to, and held, 20.
-, 1641, Conference to be desired with Lords concerning the Terms upon which the Treaty stands; Managers appointed, 8 Apr.-Conference desired by Lords concerning a Cessation, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; Resolution, approving a Cessation for another Month, sent to Lords, 10.-Conference desired by them concerning Papers received touching the Treaty, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference deferred at Lords Request, 14. Held, 15. Order for preparing the Report, 17. For making it, 21. Report, 24.-Conference desired by Lords concerning the Treaty, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, 10 May. Reported, 11.-Treaty to be considered in a Committee of the whole House, 15. 17, 18, 19, 20, & 21.- Considered, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21 & 22.-Resolution touching Conformity in Church Government, 17 May.-Touching borrowing Moneys for disbanding the Armies, 18.-Touching, an Act of Oblivion, 19.-For referring an Article to the Commissioners- for a mutual Assistance between the Two Kingdoms-for assenting to other Articles-for confirming Articles agreed on by Act of Parliament, and referring such as cannot be speedily concluded, 20.-Several Articles concerning Commerce agreed to; others referred, or laid aside, 22. -A Committee of both Houses to consider of disbanding the Armies, and perfecting the Accounts between the Scots and Northern Counties; Time appointed by Lords for their Meeting, disagreed to; another Time appointed; the Committee to be a standing Committee, and meet when they think sit, 20. Propositions reported, read, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence signified, 21.-The Committee to expedite the Votes concerning the Treaty-Explanation of an Article re-committed, 25.-Impowered to treat with the Committee of Lords concerning any Differences between the Votes of the Two Houses-to propose a Continuance of the Cessation for a Fortnight-to propose the advancing an additional Sum for the Brotherly Assistance-Names of Commissioners for settling the Trade between the Two Kingdoms, ordered, 26.-Conference desired by Lords about concluding the Treaty, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, 7 June. Reported-the Committee to consider of their Names, and prepare Instructions-to press the speedy signing of Articles; Answers to some Articles reported; others referred to the Judges, 8. Further Report; Resolutions thereupon, 14. Proviso of the Scots reported, read, and agreed to; Proceedings thereupon-Resolutions for paying a Moiety of the brotherly Assistance, and securing the Residue by Act of Parliament, 19. Scots Reply reported; Resolution touching the Persons they shall apply to for Payment-touching the Place of Payment- for a safe Conduct for transporting the Moneys to Scotland, 22.-Resolution for continuing the Cessation a Fortnight longer, agreed to by Lords, 24.-Vote for Security of the brotherly Assistance to be sent to Lords, 25.-Resolution for continuing the Cessation a Fortnight longer, 8 July. Conference desired by Lords concerning it, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; Resolution for continuing it Fifteen Days longer, 22.-The Committee for the King's Army to consider of Arrears due to the Scots; their Report, 23.-House informed the Scots will appoint Persons to tell the Money-Conference desired by Lords concerning disbanding the Armies, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; Order for paying them their Arrears; Sir Wm. Uvedale to assist in telling and conducting the Money, 31.-Order for perfecting the Accounts between the Scots and English, 4 Aug.-Conference desired by Lords concerning the Treaty, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; Answers of the Scots agreed to- Scots Lords to be moved to desire the Scots Commissioners to present the Names of Receivers, to be inserted in the Act for Security of the brotherly Assistance; Scots Answer communicated by Lords, 6.-Free Conference desired by Lords concerning Propositions touching the Scots Army, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported, Answer of House to the Eighth Memorial, 11.-Another free Conference desired by Lords concerning the final Conclusion of the Treaty, agreed to; Reporters appointed; free Conference held, and reported; Resolution for a public Thanksgiving-touching the Time to be allowed them to pass the Tweed -touching the passing through Berwick, 12.-Another free Conference desired by Lords concerning some Points of the Treaty, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held -Letters to the Sheriffs of the Northern Counties to assist the Scots in removing their Ammunition, &c. 13.-A Committee to consider of a Form of Acquittance for Money to be paid in Part of the brotherly Assistance, 31 Jan.-Acquittance reported, and approved, 1 Feb.
-, 1642, a Committee to prepare Declaration for preserving the Peace between the Two Kingdoms, 6 Apr. Declaration reported, and agreed to; to be sent to the Council in Scotland, 8. Form thereof, 9.-Scots Gentlemen presented in a Note, to have Warrant to transport themselves, 29.-Answer of the Council of Scotland concerning Differences between the King and Parliament, read, and to be communicated to Lords at a Conference, 9 May.-Conference desired by Lords concerning a Paper received from the Scots Commissioners, agreed to, held, and to be reported, 26. Reported; Resolution concerning issuing Commissions touching Trade, and conserving the Peace between the Two Kingdoms, 27.-A Committee to consider of issuing them, 2 June. Revived, 4. Order for their Meeting, 4 & 7.-King's Letter to the Council, and Petition of the Boroughs to them, with a private Letter, read; Scots Commissioners to be acquainted therewith; their Answer; Petition and Letters to be printed; a Committee to prepare Declaration thereupon, 6. Declaration read, agreed to, and to be sent to Lords-Papers concerning the Arrears of the brotherly Assistance, their Provisions of Meal, and taxing them in Nortumberland as Aliens; Resolution, and Order thereupon, 13.-A Committee to consider the Scots Propositions concerning Trade, 15. Propositions reported, and re-committed; free Conference desired with Lords thereupon, agreed to, 16.-Declaration to be sent to the National Assembly of the Church of Scotland, read, and agreed to; Lord Concurrence signified, 21 July.-Declaration of the General Assembly, and Approbation of the Secret Council, communicated by Lords, 26 Aug. To be considered, 26, 27. & 29. Copies sufficient for Members to be printed, 29.-Declaration considered; Resolution thereupon to be One Head of the Answer; a Committee to prepare Answers, 1 Sept. Order for their Meeting; Committees added 3. Answer to the Declaration reported, read twice, and agreed to; Answer to the Approbation of the Secret Council read, and agreed to; Conference desired thereupon, agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, 6. Lords desired to expedite the Declaration, 9. Declaration returned, with Amendments; Amendments read, and agreed to, with an Amendment; Declaration sent back; a Committee of both Houses to deliver it to the Commissioners, 10. Order for printing it, 20.-A Committee to inquire into the Authors and Printers of a Book, intituled, "His Majesty's Desires and "Propositions to all his loving Subjects in Scotland," 16 Sept. -Commission enabling certain Persons to treat about a mutual Trade, read and agreed to; Commissioners appointed, 10 Oct.-Another Commission for Preservation of the Peace read, and agreed to; a Committee to name Commissioners, -Three Declarations from the Scots read, 11. To be considered, 11 & 12. True Copies to be printed, 13. Names presented, 21.-Ordinance for safe Conduct to the Commissioners and Divines from the General Assembly; agreed to by Lords, 24.-Declaration from Scots Commissioners, desiring a safe Conduct, read; Debate thereon; Resolution for granting it; a Committee to prepare Answers to the Three Declarations, 19. Answers presented, read, and agreed to, 20. Lords Concurrence signified, 24. Duplicates of the safe Conducts to be subscribed by Speakers of both Houses; Blank to be left for the Commissioners Names; safe Conduct for the Divines amended, 29.-Amendments agreed to by Lords, 1 Nov.-Lords Amendments to the Scots Treaty agreed to; Treaty to be presented to the King; to be kept in the Treasury, and brought to House To-morrow, 23 Sept.- Declaration to be sent to the Scots, concerning their Assistance, presented from the Committee for Safety of the Kingdom; previous and main Questions for agreeing to it, severally Affirmative; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 2 Nov. Signified; Order for speedy conveying it, 7. Agreed to by Lords, 18. A Committee to consider of Instructions, and a proper Messenger, 10. Messenger appointed, 17. Member to prepare Declaration concerning him, 26. Form of Ordinance, 28.-Assistant appointed; Earl of Lindsey to be desired to recommend the Declaration, 6 Dec.-to take care Pacquets be addressed to the Commissioners in London, 21.-Order for opening an Intercourse with Scotland, 15 Nov.-Agreed to by Lords, 26 Dec.-Order for entertaining Scots Forces in the Parliament Army; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 16 Dec. -List of Officers willing to serve read; Order for entertaining them into Reformado Pay, 23 Jan.-Petition of Scots Officers, 8 Mar.
-, 1641, a Committee to prepare Bill for securing Arrears of the brotherly Assistance, 2 Aug. Bill read twice, and committed, 5. Message to Lords about naming Persons to receive the Moneys; Answer thereto; Committee to sit notwithstanding the Sitting of House; Bill to be shewn to Scots Commissioners, 6. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 9. Passed, 10. -Bill from Lords for Confirmation of the Pacisication, 7 Aug. Read twice, and committed; reported, and passed, with Amendments; Conference desired with Lords thereupon; agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, and reported; free Conference desired by Lords, agreed to; Reporters appointed; free Conference held, and reported; Amendments agreed to, 9.

Scott,
-, Peter, 1641, Petition; Order for suspending his Tryal at the Old Bailey; Examination of the Business referred to a Committee, 15 Jan.
-, Walter, 1642, to have Liberty to pass the Sea with Servants and Horses, 7 Apr.
-, Mr. 1642, ordered into Custody, 7 Nov.

Scrivener,
-, Mr. 1642, to be sent for in safe Custody, 15 Nov. -As a Delinquent, 1 Dec.

Scroope,
-, Sir Gervase, 1642, a Committee to prepare Impeachment against him, 14 Sept. Vide Lindsey, Earl of.
-, Adrian, 1642, Petition concerning Arrears, referred to Lord General, 1 Feb.-Another concerning Moneys seized from him, referred to the Committee for Examinations, 16.

Scudamore,
-, Mr. 1642, Order for Re-delivery of his Apparel, &c. stayed at the Bell Savage, 30 June.
-, Lord, 1642, the Committee for Examinations to inquire about conveying away his Goods from the Temple, 25 Feb.

Seaford,
-, Borough, 1640, restored-new Writ, 4 Feb.

Seaman.
-, Vide Mariners.

Searle,
-, George, 1642, Petition referred to the Committee for Safety of the Kingdom, 8 Mar.

Seaton,
-, Dr. 1642, committed to London house, 16 Jan.- Removed to the King's Bench; Person allowed to lay Actions on him, 25 Feb.

Sebastian,
-, St. 1642, Letters from thence concerning Injuries done to English Merchants, read; Lords to be moved to join in acquainting the Spanish Ambassador therewith; their Concurrence signified; Messengers appointed; Letter to be written to the English Ambassador in Spain, 8 Aug. Spanish Ambassador's Answer, 15.

Sebes,
-, Monsieur, 1642, Order for Re-delivery of his Horses, 6 Dec.

Sedgwick,
-, Obadiah, 1642, desired to preach, 2 May. Thanked, and to print his Sermon, 25.
-, Mr. of Farnham, 1642 desired to preach, 25 May. Thanked, and to print his Sermon, 29 June.

Sedley,
-, Lady Eliz. 1642. Vide Privileges.

Selden,
-, Mr. 1642, to be summoned to attend the Service of House, 4 Feb.

Sellenger,
-, Mr. 1642, to be recommended to Lord Kerry to be his Lieutenant Colonel, 17 Aug.
-, Sir Anth. 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 30 Aug.

Selwyn,
-, Sir Nicolas, 1642, Order for Payment of his Arrears, 6 July.

Seminaries,
-, Popish, 1641, a Committee to inquire what Pensions are allowed for the Maintenance of them beyond Sea, 26 June.

Sepulchres,
-, St. 1641, Petition of Vicar, Churchwardens, &c. concerning Lord Mayor's encouraging Persons to violate the Sabbath, read, avowed, and referred to a Committee; other Informations concerning him to be brought in to them, 25 Feb.
-, 1642, Petition of the Inhabitants referred to the Committee for scandalous Ministers, 24 June.-Complaint of Persons disturbing them; Skelton to be committed to the Gatehouse; Order respited; Royston reprehended, and discharged, 12 July.

Serges.
-, Vide Supply.

Serjeant,
-, 1640, to present a List of Delinquents in his Custody, 2 Dec.-To take care the Windows be mended, 4 Jan.
-, 1641, to give notice to Lawyers of the House to attend, 22 Apr.-To suffer no Member to go forth without Leave, 3 May.-Sent with the Mace for Members, 7 May.-24 June.-To bring Prisoners in his Custody to Bar, 13 May. -9 Nov.-To bring them to a Committee-to search any House for Goods belonging to a Delinquent, 31.-To keep House clean, 24 June.-To bring in a List of Prisoners in his Custody, 31 Aug.-To attend Members to search Houses for suspected Persons, 16 Nov.-To desire Members not to stop the Passage in Prayer-time, 17.
-, 1642, impowered to compound with Persons, 22 Apr. -To put a Chairman in mind of an Order, 2 May. - To present Names of Delinquents in his Custody, 19 Nov. -Deputy approved during his Illness, 12 Dec.-Informations concerning him referred to the Committee for Dispatches, 18 Feb.

Serjeant,
-, 1641, Petition read; Order for paying them One Month's Pay, 1 Sept.

Serle,
-, Mr. 1640, Inhabitant of a Town visited with the Sickness, admitted into the House, 6 Nov.

Sermons,
-, 1641, Order for them in the Afternoon in all Parochial Churches, 12 July.
-, seditious. Vide Tumults.

Seton,
-, Sir Jo. Vide Sandys, Colonel.

Seyliard,
-, James and John, 1642, to be forthwith summoned as Witnesses, 14 Apr.

Seymour,
-, Lord, 1641, Lords to be moved for Order for apprehending him, 28 July.
-, Lady, and Daughter, 1642, to be kept in Custody; Lords Concurrence signified, 7 Dec.
-, Sir Edw. and Edw. 1642, committed to the Clinke, 27 Dec.-Edw. voted incapable of sitting during this Parment, 16 Jan.-Sir Edw. to be removed to the King's Bench, 19.

Shallett,
-, Fra. 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 23 Nov.

Shanagane,
-, Derby, and others, 1642, Petition read, 30 Sept.

Shank,
-, Richard, 1642, Order for discharging his Horses, 2 Nov.

Shapcott,
-, Tho. 1642, committed to the Compter, 27 Dec.

Sharpe,
-, Edward, 1640, to be brought to the Committee for the Charge against Sir H. Spiller; his Petition referred to them; has Leave to follow it, 21 Nov.

Shaw,
-, Geo. 1641, voted a Delinquent for sealing the Quadrupartite Indenture for imposing 40s. a Ton upon Wines, 13 Aug. Member to prepare Transmission against him, 14. Order for bailing him, 20.
-, 1642, his Composition accepted, 9 Apr.
-, Hugh, 1642, to have Warrant to transport himself with one Servant to France, 12 Apr.

Shawbery,
-, Tho. 1642, committed to the Compter, 27 Dec.

Sheares,
-, Wm. 1642, to attend a Committee for printing a Collection of Petitions to the King, 14 June.

Sheep
-, and Lambs Skins, 1640, Petition about them read, and referred to the Committee for Grievances, 23 Nov.

Sheffield,
-, Sir Wm. 1642, sent up from Gravesend; Order for discharging him and his Servant, and for restoring his Money, &c.; to have a Pass to go to Holland, 25 Feb.

Shelden,
-, Dr. 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 29 Mar. -Called in concerning the Kentish Petition, 4 Apr. To be bailed, 7.

Sheldon,
-, Wm. and Edward, 1641, Message from Lords, acquainting House what time they intended to proceed in their Business, 27 Nov.

Shelly,
-, Lady, 1641, Letter to her read; a Committee to examine her thereupon and search her House, 2 May.-Report, 11 June.
-, Ensign Rich. 1642, committed to Lord Petre's House, 2 Jan.-To be removed to Plymouth, and kept close Prisoner, 13 Mar.
-, Ensign Tho. 1642, to be removed to Plymouth, and kept close Prisoner, 13 Mar.

Shelton,
-, Robert, 1642, Speaker to issue Warrant for apprehending him, 19 Oct.

Shepheard,
-, Mr. 1640 & 1641. Vide Privileges.
-, Herman, 1641, to be summoned to appear to answer a Petition against him, 1 Sept.-To be sent for by Serjeant, 9. Vide Privileges.
-, Henry, 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 29 Oct.

Shepton
-, Mallett, 1642, Letter from thence relating Passages concerning putting the Commission of Array in Execution, read; Resolutions thereupon; Letter and Votes to be printed; a Committee to prepare Letter of Thanks; Conference desired with Lords; agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, 5 Aug.

Sherborne,
-, John and Son, 1641, to be sent for by Serjeant, 17 Nov. A Committee to examine them, 18. John to be committed to the Gate-house, 22. Question for removing him to New Prison, Neg. 24.
-, Catterall, a Priest, 1642, Lord Chief Justice to be moved for Habeas Corpus to remove him to Lancaster Gaol, 18 May.
-, Mrs. 1642, to be removed out of the Tower, 10 Nov. -The Committee for the Tower to see an Ordinance for that Purpose put in Execution, 30 Jan.-Captain of the Guards to put it in Execution, 10 Mar.

Sherborne,
-, 1642, Papers to be sent to the Committee there, 5 Sept.-Letter from thence; Resolution and Order thereupon, 8.-Earl of Bedford to give Orders for demolishing the Castle; Lords Concurrence signified, 27.-Deputy Lieutenants to give like Order-Castle to be searched for Arms-Order for defraying the Expence of demolishing it, 24. Oct.-For selling the Materials for that Purpose, 1 Nov.

Sheres,
-, Mr. 1642. Vide Privileges.

Sheriffs,
-, 1641, a Committee to consider of a Method to make them accountable for Arrears in their Hands, 13 May.- Another appointed for that Purpose, 27 Dec.-Declaration concerning Entertainments given by them to Judges presented; a Committee to withdraw, and amend it; Declaration reported; to be signed by Clerk, and sent into the several Counties, 5 Aug.-Letter to them read; Copies to be made, and signed by Speaker, 6 Dec.-Copy of a Letter to them, recommending the taking the Protestation; agreed to; to be signed by Speaker, and sent, 20 Jan.-A Committee to prepare Declaration concerning the Service, Place, and Honour, due to them, 28 Feb.
-, 1642, Sheriffs to summon Commissioners for Irish Contributions, and receive Money from them, 19 Apr.-To give Account of Money raised thereupon, 17 May.-Not to print Proceedings of Parliament sent to them, 9 June.- A Committee to consider of the King's displacing them, and new placing others, 23 Aug.-Report to be made, 26 Nov. Made; Orders thereupon, 28.-Order for their Indemnity for not publishing certain Proclamations, 7 Nov. Agreed to by Lords, 8.-Officers to be enjoined not to issue Patents for electing Sheriffs, 21.-Declaration concerning them recommitted, 29 Nov.-10 Dec. Read, 12.-Copies of the new Patents, and Commissions of the new Sheriffs ordered -Sheriffs to forbear the Execution thereof, 1 Dec.-A Committee to prepare Declaration concerning them, 23 Jan.
-, 1641, Bill against unjust Exactions of Fees from them, read twice, and committed; Instruction; all that come to have Voices, 6 July. Order for Meeting of the Committee 12 & 19.
-, 1642, a Committee to prepare Bill to discharge them from paying Fees upon passing their Accounts, 25 Mar.

Sherratt,
-, Wm. 1641. Vide Privileges.

Ship-money,
-, 1640, Legality thereof to be debated, 24 Nov. A Committee to consider of it, 27.-Order for their sitting, 1 Dec. Impowered to consider all things relating thereto; Report; Resolutions touching the Illegality of it, 7.- Another Committee to prepare a Transmission of the Votes, 8. Committees added, 8 & 17. Order for Meeting of the Committee, 17 & 24. Report, 19.-Member appointed to carry up the Votes; Clerk to attend him with the Transcripts, 11 Jan. Assistant added, 13.-Petition concerning rigorous levying of Ship-money, read, and referred to a Committee; all that come to have Voices; Committee impowered to receive all Petitions of the like Nature, 5 Dec.-Another Petition, referred, 7 & 22 Jan.-1 & 10 Feb.-Several Persons to be sent for as Delinquents, 7 Jan. Further Power given the Committee, 11.-Another Committee to take Course for suppressing Mr. Solicitor's Speech at a Conference concerning it, and examine the Entries of Proceedings relating thereto in both Houses, and to consider of printing them, 6 Feb.
-, 1642, Motion for printing the Transmission of the Votes, and Mr. Solicitor's Speech, 12 May.-A Committee to consider what has been done in the Matter of the Ship-money, 13.
-, 1641, Bill for declaring void late Proceedings touching Ship-money, &c. read, 12 June.-Committed, 19.-Committees added, 1 July. Order for Meeting of the Committee, 1 & 2. All that come to have Voices, 2. Bill reported, and to be ingrossed, 26. Passed, 27.-Bill for Restitution of certain Sums collected for Ship-money, and for Restraint of Suits, read, 29 July.

Ship-timber
-, and Stores, 1640, Complaint of unlawful levying Money for Carriage thereof, referred to the Committee for Deputy Lieutenants; Persons to attend them, 22 Dec.-Referred to another Committee, 24.

Shipton,
-, 1642, Lecturer recommended at the Request of the Inhabitants, 9 June.-Petition concerning him read; nothing done thereupon, 5 July.

Shipwrights,
-, &c. 1641, Petition read, and referred to the Committee for the Navy, 20 Jan.

Short,
-, Tho. 1642, committed to the Compter, 27 Dec.

Shrawberry,
-, Mr. 1641. Vide Privileges.

Shrewsbury,
-, 1642, Order for bestowing Part of the Contribution-money on a Person undone by Irish Rebels, and paying in the Residue, 25 June.-Petition of Inhabitants; a Committee to consider of Indemnity of Volunteers, 16 July. Order reported, and agreed to, 18. Lords Concurrence signified, 19.-Letter concerning Proceedings of the Commissioners of Array to be sent to the Committee for Defence of the Kingdom-Persons to be sent for as Delinquents; Lords Concurrence signified, 6 Aug.-Letter from Mayor, with Protestation of the Grand Jury, referred to a Committee, 26. Order for their sitting de die in diem; Committees added, 15 Mar.

Shuckburgh,
-, Mr. 1642, Articles against him, and his personal Answer thereto, read; a Committee to examine whether the Answer were his; their Report; Serjeant to take him into Custody, 21 Sept.

Shurlie,
-, Jo. 1641, Order for continuing him in Gloucester Gaol, 15 Sept.

Shute,
-, Mr. 1642, to be admonished for offensive Words, 14 Dec.

Shuttleworth,
-, Richard, 1641, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 21 Feb.

Sibthorpe,
-, Anne, 1642, Petition referred to the Committee for Informations, 30 Aug.

Sidway,
-, John, 1641, Petition referred to the Committee for Contributions, 7 Mar.

Sikehouse.
-, Vide Fishlake.

Silk
-, manufactured. Vide Supply.
-, Throwsters Company, 1641, Petition read; Speaker's Answer to Persons who brought it, 12 Feb.

Simcotts,
-, Tho. 1641, Barons of the Exchequer to be desired to stay a Suit between him and the Tenants of Batley, 11 Nov. Order vacated, 15. Vacated Order amended; Barons to be acquainted therewith, 22.

Simons,
-, Mr. 1641, Petition referred to the Committee for the Judges, 31 May.

Skegnes,
-, 1642, Letters concerning Persons, Trunks, &c. landed there, 1 Sept. King's Letter to Mayor of Boston, requiring the Delivery of them; Mayor's Answer; Member to prepare a Letter of Thanks to him, 2.

Skinner,
-, Mr. 1642, to go to Dublin with the Magazine at Chester; Order for Recompence to him, 8 Aug.

Skinners,
-, 1641, Bill for continuing Part of Act 3° Jac. for their Relief, read and rejected, 15 Apr.

Skippon,
-, Serjeant Major General, 1641, thanked for his Service to House; Message to be sent to Lords, desiring he may have the Command of the Guard about the Parliament, 11 Jan. Sent, 12.-Order for his sending out Scouts by Land and Water, 14.-For ordering out the Trained Bands as Occasion shall require, 15. Order enlarged, 17. Ordinance for his Indemnity for obeying Orders of House, reported, 20. -Agreed to by Lords, 4 Feb.-A Committee of Common Council to be desired to nominate him among the Commanders of the Militia of London, 11. Ordinance concerning him sent to Lords; agreed to by them, with an Amendment; Amendment agreed to, 14.
-, 1642, King's Letter, commanding him to attend at York; examined thereupon; a Committee to prepare a Remonstrance; Conference to be desired with Lords; Managers appointed; Conference desired, agreed to, and held, 17 May. Letter voted illegal, and against the Privilege of Parliament; Votes to be printed, 21.

Skipwith,
-, Mr. 1642, to have Warrant to transport himself to France, 27 Sept.
-, Captain, 1642, to be sent for in Custody, 14 Nov.- His Escape out of London House referred to the Committee for Prisoners, 9 Feb.
-, Hen. 1642, committed to London House, 3 Mar.

Skittermaster,
-, James, 1641. Vide Privileges.

Slaning,
-, Sir Nicolas, 1641, to be summoned to attend; Information of his sending a Letter to stop the impeached Members, referred to a Committee; Committee to receive all Informations relating thereto; Letter to be sent to a Person, to discover what he knows, 28 Jan.-His Letter to Mr. Bassett, referred, 15 Feb.
-, 1642, voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament; to be sent for as a Delinquent, 9 Aug.

Slater,
-, Wm. 1642. Vide Privileges.

Slaughter,
-, Rob. 1642. Vide Privileges.

Slingsty,
-, Captain Rob. 1641, approved to be Captain in the Navy, 10 Mar.
-, 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, for refusing to come to the Earl of Warwick, or deliver up his Ship; Lords Concurrence signified, 4 July.-Message from them, desiring House to hasten the Impeachment against him, if they intend any-the Committee for the Navy to consider the Fact, 23. Another Message concerning him; Answer thereto, 28.
-, Sir Hen. 1642, voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament, 6 Sept.

Smart,
-, Peter, 1640, Petition read, and referred to Dr. Leighton's Committee; to have Liberty to follow it, and Copies of Records in the King's Bench and High Commission Court concerning his Business, 10 Nov.-Parties to shew Cause why they do not pay Money adjudged him by the King's Bench, 13 Jan.-Report; Proceedings against him voted illegal; the Committee to consider of a Method for Reparation to him, 22.-Transmission of his Business referred to a Committee, 22 Feb.
-, 1641, Committee to consider a Message from Lords concerning the Transmission, 7 & 14 June. Petition referred, 16. Committees added, 16. 29 & 30.-Committee revived, 16 & 30. Message to Lords, desiring them to proceed, 18.

Smith,
-, John, a Minister, 1641, in Serjeant's Custody, to be brought to Bar, 13 May. Brought, and committed to the Gatehouse, 14.-To be bailed, 28.-Information of dangerous Words spoken by him, for which he is committed to the Compter; Order for continuing him there; Matter referred to a Committee, 29 July.-Lord Chief Justice to be acquainted therewith, and desired to proceed according to Law, 14 Aug.
-, Sir Charles, 1641, Serjeant to apprehend him as a Delinquent, upon Failure of appearing before a Committee, 1 June.
-, Mr. a Minister, 1641, his Cafe reported; Satisfaction to be made him; Transmission thereof referred to a Committee, 29 June.
-, Robert, 1641, his Name to be inserted in the Order for apprehending Priests and Jesuits, 3 July.
-, Thomas, Citizen of London, 1641, Petition read, and referred to the Committee for the Marches of Wales, 3 July. Vide Wales.
-, Mr. Prisoner in the White Lion Prison, 1641, to be bailed, 26 Feb.
-, John, Rector of St. Towe, 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 9 June.
-, Chr. 1642, Order for continuing him in Custody at Northampton, 13 Aug.
-, Sir Thurstall, 1642, to be summoned to attend, 10 Sept.

Smithson,
-, George and Tho. 1641. Vide Privileges.

Smyth,
-, alias Rivers, Mr. 1640, Motion for the Records of Cesset Processus against him to be brought to House, 11 Nov.
-, 1641, Papers to be delivered to him, 6 Sept.
-, John, Clerk of Hive, 1640, Information against him attested; Witness to be summoned; Order for taking him into Custody, 6 Jan.
-, 1641, his Petition read; Order for his Discharge, 31 Aug.
-, William, 1640, to be sent for as a Delinquent, to answer Misdemeanours in levying Ship-money, 7 Jan.
-, George, a Merchant, 1640, Bill for naturalizing him, read, 10 Dec. Takes Oaths, 19.-Bill committed, 5 Feb.
-, 1641, reported, and to be ingrossed, 14 July.
-, 1642, passed, 12 Apr.
-, Thomas, 1642, to be summoned to attend the Service of House, 5 May.-22 July.-Information concerning his Endeavours to put the Commission of Array in Execution; to be sent for as a Delinquent; voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament; new Writ ordered, 5 Aug.-Resolution for impeaching him of High Treason; a Committee to prepare Impeachment; Lords to be moved for Proclamation for his Appearance at a certain Day, 30.
-, Robert and Christopher, 1642. Vide Privileges.
-, Sir Jo. 1642, Members to inquire what Money he will receive by Bills of Exchange beyond Sea, 27 May.
-, Mr. 1642, Order for re-delivering his Carabines, 9 June.
-, Sir Tho. 1642, offers to lend 100l. for the Service of Ireland, 10 June.
-, Tho. 1642, Petition for Warrant to transport himself, &c. to France or the Low Countries, 26 Aug.
-, Wm. Esquire, 1641, Bill for assuring Lands to him and his Heirs, read, 31 Aug.
-, Mr. of the Custom-house, 1641, to be summoned to appear, 6 Nov.
-, Mr. a Messenger for seizing Priests, 1641, to be summoned to appear, 26 Nov.
-, Dudley, 1641, Report of Words spoken in the King's Presence Chamber; to be sent for as a Delinquent, 2 Feb.
-, Lieutenant, 1642, to be recommended to Lord General, 8 Sept.
-, Tho. Esquire, 1642, Commission constituting him Secretary of the Navy, read, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 12 Sept.-to be summoned to attend, 23 Dec. Loan of 2000 l. propounded to him; his Answer, 24.
-, Fabian, 1642, Order for continuing him in Gloucester Gaol, 15 Sept.
-, Tho. Alderman of Bury, 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 15 Sept. Order for his Discharge, 20.
-, Tyson, 1642, ordered into Custody; Examination referred to the Committee for Informations, 24 Oct. Committed to the Compter, 30.
-, Tho. a Merchant, 1642, Petition referred to the Committee for Subscriptions in London, 1 Nov.
-, John, of London, 1642, to have Warrant to go to, and return from, Holland, 14 Feb.
-, Robert, late Sheriff of Essex, 1642, Petition referred to the Committee for the Assizes, 15 Feb.

Snapes,
-, Andrew, 1642, Petition to have Liberty to attend the King, 16 Sept.

Snelling,
-, Mr. 1640, Petition referred to the Committee for Religion, 16 Nov.
-, Mr. 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 17 Oct.

Sneyde,
-, Ralph. Vide Wolstanton.

Snow,
-, Mr. 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 12 Nov.- to be brought up in Custody, 14 Dec.

Soame,
-, Dr. 1642, Petition against him read, and referred to the Committee for plundered Ministers, 4 Jan. To be sent up in safe Custody, 26.-Committed to London House, 17 Feb.

Soap,
-, 1640, Patent referred to the Committee for the Weymouth Petition, 21 Dec. Vide Weymouth.
-, Bill concerning Delinquents in the Soap Business, to be delivered by one Member to another to perfect it, 15 Feb.
-, 1642, Bill to be presented, 5 Apr. Bill for Restitution of Monies unjustly exacted by the Soap-boilers of Westminster, read, 7 Apr. Committed, 12. Parties to be heard by the Committee; Bill to be proceeded on; others not to be sound by Serjeant; the Committee to present the Names of Heirs and Executors of the deceased; some Names to be inserted in the Bill, 23.-Bill to be reported, 18 May. Reported, and re-committed; the Committee impowered to name Commissioners; to receive Petitions, and hear Petitioners, and others; Order for their Meeting, 7 July.
-, 1642, a Committee to prepare Bill to charge the Soap-boilers of London, 7 July.

Soldiers,
-, 1641, a Committee to inquire by what Warrant they are raised by Beat of Drum, 31 Dec.-Officers to be searched for Warrants, 15 Jan.-Disbanded Soldiers permitted to pass beyond Sea, 23 Oct.-A Committee to view Statutes in point of pressing them, 12 Mar.
-, 1642, Petition of Soldiers to be read, 5 Apr.-Declaration that all Volunteers are within the Laws that provide for maimed Soldiers, 29.-A Committee to prepare Order for preventing their Insolencies, 26 Aug. Order agreed to by Lords, with Amendments, 27. Amendments agreed to, 29.-Ordinance providing for maimed Soldiers read, and agreed to, 24 Oct.-A Committee to consider how they may be provided for, 2 Nov.-Petition of a maimed Soldier, referred; Committee to receive all Petitions of the like Nature, 29 Oct.- Another Committee to consider of Quarters for those come up to Town, 28 Oct.-Another to consider the Price of Provisions for them in and about London, 1 Nov.

Solicitor,
-, Mr. 1641, to bring in a Copy of his Arguments in Defence of the Legality of the Bill for attainting Earl of Strafford, 30 Apr.-5 May.-To attend the King for a Copy of his Speech, 3 Dec. Presents it, 8.
-, 1642, acquaints House he had received King's Commands to attend him at York; Question for Leave to him, Neg. Resolution for enjoining him to attend the Service of House, 2 June.

Solomon,
-, Mr. 1642, Order from Lords for dismissing him from his Charge of the Magazine at Hull, 23 July.

Somers,
-, Robert, 1642, Information of Words spoken against the King, referred to the Committee for Examinations, 16 Feb.

Somerset,
-, 1640, Petition of Freeholders referred to the Committee of Privileges, 9 Nov.-Another Petition referred to the Committee for Defence of the Kingdom, 26.-To the Bishop of Bath and Wells's Committee 12 Dec.
-, 1641, Petition of Gentlemen read; Speaker's Answer to Persons who preferred it, 25 Feb.-Marquis of Hertford nominated Lord Lieutenant, 11 Feb.-Desires to be excused; Earl of Bedford approved, 24 Mar.
-, 1642, nominated; Lords Concurrence signified, 25 Mar. Deputy Lieutenants approved; others to be recommended, 30.-Letters from thence concerning some Words of siding on the King's Side, and Parliament, read; Persons to be summoned to attend, 29.-Gentlemen to be desired to assist in raising Men, 7 Apr.-Letter and Subscription referred to the Committee for Adventurers, 17 May.-Under-Sheriff examined touching Subscriptions and Arrears of Poll-Money, 24.-Order for advancing Propositions for raising Horse, &c. 19 July. Agreed to by Lords, 20. Names of Persons to be intrusted with the Service, approved, 22. Deputy Lieutenant approved, 29.-Information concerning Endeavours to put the Commission of Array in Execution; Resolution thereupon-new Writs ordered, 8 Aug.-Magazine at Wells to be delivered to Deputy Lieutenants, 9.-Lords to be moved that Earl of Bedford may go down, 10. Their Concurrence signified-Letters from Committees concerning Proceedings between them and the Commissioners of Array to be printed, 12.-Sheriff to keep Custody of the County; Letter requiring him to continue his Charge ordered, read, agreed to, and to be signed by Speaker, 30.-Passages there to be reported, 3 Oct.-Order touching raising Dragoons, 6 Dec. -Order for apprehending Drummers that beat up for Volunteers, 10. Agreed to by Lords; 14.-Orders for raising and disposing of Monies upon the Propositions;-for levying Monies on Delinquents and Malignants Estates, read and agreed to, 21 Jan.-for disarming their Houses, and sending them up, 10 Feb.

Somerset
-, House, 1640, Order for demolishing the Altar, Crucifixes, &c. in the Chapel, 10 Nov.-A Committee to prepare Reasons to be offered at a Conference, 12 Dec.

Sommersham,
-, 1640, Petition of ancient Commoners, &c. in the Soake, read, and referred to the Committee for the Queen's Bill, 19 Feb. Vide Queen.
-, 1641, another Petition referred, 9 June. Vide Queen. -Report to be made, 15.

Soubera,
-, Lawrence, 1642, to have Warrant to transport himself into France, 27 Aug.

Soubize,
-, Monsieur, 1642, to have Licence to send Six Coach Horses into France, 8 Sept.-His Servants to have Warrant to transport themselves, &c. 22 Nov.

South,
-, Mr. 1642, Order for staying Swords making by him, 30 June.

Southampton,
-, County, 1640, Petitions presented, and referred to the Committee for Defence of the Kingdom, 16 Nov.- Parishioners to chuse a Lecturer; Minister to admit of him, 14 Feb.-to permit him the Use of his Pulpit, 12 Mar.- Petition of Gentlemen read; Speaker's Answer to Persons who preferred it; Copy of another to Lords, read and approved, 10 Mar.
-, 1641, Speaker to write a Letter to Sheriff for Payment of 3000 l. of the Poll-money, 17 Aug. Letter read, and to be signed by him, 18.-Another Letter to be sent to him about Papers received, to be published in the County, 28 Jan. -Earl of Pembroke nominated Lord Lieutenant, 10 Feb. -Deputy Lieutenants approved, 17 Mar.
-, 1642, Order for their going down to see the Ordinance for the Militia put in Execution, 31 May.-Declaration of the Officers, &c. of the Militia, touching their Obedience to the Execution of the Ordinance, read, agreed to, sent to Lords, and to be printed, 1 July.-Order concerning the Committee agreed to by Lords, 23.-Instructions to them agreed to by Lords, 6 Aug.-High Sheriff thanked, 15.- Members to go down for Service of the County, 27 Oct.- Order for raising 2000 Horse, 5 Dec.-Member to prepare Ordinance for Service of the County, 3 Feb.
-, Town, 1642, a Committee to prepare Order about unloading a Ship come there, 25 Aug. Order reported, 26. Agreed to by Lords, 27.-Order for fortifying it agreed to by Lords, 29 Nov.-for paying Money towards the Charges thereof, agreed to by them, 20 Dec.-Mayor to publish a Proclamation for better Government of the King's Army; not to publish certain other Proclamations, 5 Jan.-Treasurers for the Subscriptions to attend concerning the diverting Monies assigned for paying the Debts of the Town, 27.- Order for raising and maintaining Forces read; Question for passing, Neg. 4 Feb.

Southby,
-, Jo. Vide Reading.

Southwark,
-, 1642, Order for Payment of Monies collected there towards Relief of distressed Protestants from Ireland, 2 Apr. -a Committee to put into Form of Order a Writing concerning Guards to be kept there, 13 Aug. Form thereof, 17. To be sent to Lords, 18. Sent, 20.-Order for safe keeping Prisoners in the Bailiwick to be prepared, 19 Sept.- Lord Mayor to be moved to appoint a sufficient Guard there, 14 Nov.-Order for a constant Guard to be kept Day and Night, 19 Dec.-Consideration of Defaulters referred to the Committee for Informations; Parties to attend them, 28 Jan.-Order touching Out-Guards and Watches, 11 Feb. -Mayor not to publish Proclamation for paying King's Revenues into the Exchequer at Oxford, or Proclamations against or concerning the Parliament, 23.

Spain,
-, 1641, Report from a Committee concerning Letters from thence to Ireland, intercepted by the Vice Admiral, 24 Feb. House thanks him; the rest of the Letters and Passengers to be sent up, 4 Mar.-None to speak with them but in Pretence of their Keepers, 7. Letters referred to the Committee for Informations; House informed of Books sound in the Ship, 12.
-, 1642, other Letters from thence, referred to the Committee for Informations, 9 June.

Spanish
-, Merchants, 1641, Information on their behalf touching the Importation of Bullion; Declaration thereupon, 18 Feb. -Their Petition referred to the Committee for Customers; Order thereupon, 21.
-, Ambassador, 1641, Conference desired by Lords concerning a Message from the King about Soldiers desired by his Master; agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held and reported; Report to be considered, 28 July.-Free Conference desired by them thereupon; agreed to; Managers appointed; free Conference held, and reported, 6 Aug. Propositions of Lords to be considered, 11. Another free Conference desired by them; agreed to; Managers and Reporters appointed, 13. Free Conference desired with Lords thereupon; Managers appointed; free Conference held; Message from Lords thereupon, 14. Conference desired by them concerning King's Desires for levying Forces in Ireland for the King of Spain; agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported, 24. Report to be considered, 24, 25 & 27. Resolution against levying any, to be communicated to Lords at a Conference; their Concurrence signified; Committee of both Houses to prepare a Dispatch to the King concerning it, 28. Letter from Commissioners in Scotland concerning it read; the Committee to prepare Answer, and Propositions to be presented to Lords thereupon-to consider of stopping the transporting Stores from England and Ireland; Committees added; Report to be made-Members to inquire of the Ambassador by what Authority he treats concerning these Levies; his Answer reported-Conference desired by Lords concerning Letters from the North about it; agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported-Order against transporting Soldiers for his Master's Service, 8 Sept.-Letter about restraining the transporting them, read; to be signed by Speaker, and sent to Lords Justices of Ireland, 9.
-, 1642, Conference desired by Lords concerning his Request to them touching the seizing Cochineal; agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; Report referred to the Committee for the Navy, 28 Jan.

Sparkes,
-, Mr. 1640, Petition referred to the Committee for Mr. Pryn's Petition, 11 Dec.
-, 1641, Order for staying the Process for levying a Fine imposed on him by the Star-chamber, 18 Dec.
-, James, 1641. Vide Privileges.

Speaker,
-, 1640, chosen-Purport of his Speech to the House, 3 Nov.-Attends the King in the House of Peers-makes Three Obeisances upon his Return into the House, 5.-Declaration that he ought to interrupt any Member speaking to a new Business while a former is in Debate, 10.-To end a Difference between Two Members, 11.-Desired to come and sit by at a Grand Committee, 12. 18 & 20.-To issue Warrants to several Persons to assist in executing Orders, 14.-To put House in mind of Orders, 5. 12. & 22 Nov.-10. 15. & 24 Feb.-16 Mar.-To move the House for Second Reading of a Bill, 12 Nov.-To issue a Warrant for Stay of Proceedings in Ireland pending a Complaint in the House, 18.- His Election approved-not to take the Chair till there be at least Forty in the House, 5 Jan.-To write a Letter to the Customers and Farmers about advancing Money for the Use of the Public, 11.-To the Lord Mayor of London, to the same Purport, with Intimation of the Security intended, 15. -To issue Warrants for bringing in several Proceedings of the High Commission Court, 25.-For summoning Witnesses; 27. -For bringing in several Papers.-To send a Letter to Lords Justices of Ireland, recommending Petitions complaining of Proceedings there, 30.-To write a Letter to the City, to hasten a Loan, 19 Feb.-Order for his Attendance in the Afternoon, 25.
-, 1641, Order about naming and ranking him among the Commissioners for Subsidies, 2 Apr.-To put House in mind of Orders, 12. 19. 22. & 27 Apr.-21 & 31 May.-9, 10. 12, 13, 14. 17. 19. 21 & 22 July.-7 & 11 Aug.- 30 Nov.-4. 9. 17. & 20 Dec.-20 Jan.-14. 16, 17. 24, 25 & 26 Feb.-10 Mar.-Makes the Protestation, 3 May.-To present the Name of any Member disturbing the House, 5.-To issue Warrant for searching any Place for Goods belonging to a Delinquent, 31.-To write a Letter to the Lords Justices of Ireland, touching Sir James Parry's not obeying an Order of House, 7 June.-To write another to them, touching the discharging Mr. Fay, 18.- To issue Warrant for bringing a Prisoner to Bar, 21.-To issue a Warrant to the Lieutenant of the Tower, to deliver a Prisoner in his Custody to the Serjeant, 8 July.-To attend at a Committee of the whole House, 10 Aug.-To read Letters to him from Ireland, 11.-To issue Warrants for summoning and apprehending Persons to be named to him, 10 & 31 Dec.-14 & 17 Jan.-2 Mar.-Impowered to receive the King's Answer to a Message during the recess, 31. -To have a Warrant to stay and apprehend Members who send or receive Challenges, 31.-Consideration of printing a Letter pretended to be sent by him to the King; referred to the Committee for Printing; Printer to be summoned to attend them, 19 Feb.
-, 1642, retires into the Committee Chamber, 2 Apr.- His Petition read, and referred to a Committee, 4. Report touching a Recompence for his Service and Pains; Orders thereupon; he thanks House, 9.-A Committee to take Method for speedy Payment of Part thereof, 14 May.-To put House in mind of an Order, 21 & 23 Apr.-30 July -3 Aug.-17 & 29 Sept.-To acquaint House every Morning with the Orders of the Day, 9 May.-To write a Letter to the Judges of the King's Bench, to acquaint them a Person is within Privilege, 13.-To attest whatever is printed by Order of House, 27.-To issue Warrant for bringing a Person to be named to him, 8 June.-Question that he put House in mind of an Order, Neg. 6 July.-Committee to take Course for Payment of the Residue of the Money allotted him, 26 Sept.-To issue Warrant for seizing Monies of Persons to be nominated to him, 7 Mar.

Speede,
-, Wm. 1642. Vide Privileges.

Spelman,
-, Sir Jo. 1642, Order for disarming him, 18 Oct.

Spence,
-, John, 1642, to have Warrant to transport himself to France, 12 May.

Spencer,
-, Dorothy, 1640, Bill from Lords to naturalize her, 3 Mar. Read, 13.
-, 1641, read twice, and passed without Commitment, 12 Apr.-Sent to Lords, 10 May.
-, John, a Lay Preacher, 1641, to be summoned to attend, 5 June. Reprehended, 7.
-, Rich. 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 28 Mar. -Examined touching the Kentish Petition; further Examination referred to a Committee of both Houses, 1 Apr. Vide Kent. Report; Order for bailing him. His Security accepted, 9.-Articles of Impeachment against him read, and to be ingrossed, 4 May.-Ingrossed Articles to be read, and sent to Lords, 9. Read; Conference to be desired thereupon, 10. Desired and agreed to, 11.-His Bail to surrender him, 2 Aug. Lords to be desired to summon them, 6.
-, Sir Edward, 1642, Warrant for sending for him as a Delinquent; respited; his House to be searched for Ordinance, &c. 5 Nov.
-, Wm. 1642, ordered into Custody, 18 Jan.

Spike,
-, Mr. 1642, Order for his Discharge, 23 Jan.

Spiller,
-, Sir H. 1640, to be sent for by Serjeant, 14 Nov. To remain in Custody, 18, 19, 20 & 21.-To attend, 20.- A Committee to prepare Charge against him; a Petitioner to be brought to them; Petitions referred, 21. Report from the Committee of Greivances referred, 25.-To be bailed, 3 Dec. Committees added, 10. Order for Meeting of the Committee, 31.

Spillman,
-, Sir Jo. 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 10 Dec.

Spilman,
-, Mr. 1642. Vide Byerlie.

Spofford,
-, John, 1642, Petition; Order thereupon, 19 Dec. Ordinance for placing him in the Vicarage of Silksten; read, and re-committed, 20. Reported and agreed to, 24.

Sports,
-, Book of. Vide Communion Tables.-1642, Resolution for burning it by the common Hangman, 13 Nov.

Squire,
-, Thomas, 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 12 Jan. -His Petition referred to the Committee, 23.

Stachin,
-, Captain, 1641, approved to be Captain in the Navy, 10 Mar.

Stacy,
-, a Carrier, 1642, Order for discharging him and his Horses, 10 Mar.

Stafford,
-, County, 1640, new Writ, 16 Mar.
-, 1641, Letter to be written to Justices, to be careful in seizing the Arms of Recusants, 21 Mar.
-, 1642, Petition of Gentlemen read; Speaker's Answer to Persons who brought it; Copy of another to Lords, read, and approved, 14 May.-Persons to be recommended to Lord General to raise and command Companies for the Safety of the County, 24 Nov.-Judges to be moved for Habeas Corpus for Prisoners there, 28.

Stafford,
-, Mr. 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 22. Oct. To be bailed: Witnesses against him to be examined by the Committee in Bucks, 27.
-, Sir Edmund, 1642, a Committee to receive Informations offered by him, 21 Feb.

Stage
-, Plays, 1642, Lords to be moved to join in Order for putting them down; Member to prepare the Order, 31 Aug. -Order sent to Lords, 2 Sept.

Staines,
-, 1642, Order for re-delivering a Waggon, &c. stayed there, 7 Nov.

Stamford,
-, Earl of, 1641, Message to be sent to Lords, desiring he may be appointed Governor of Jersey, 6 May.-Motion in his behalf; Order thereupon, 18 Aug.-Nominated Lord Lieutenant of Leicestershire, 10 Feb.
-, 1642, a Committee to consider of the proclaiming him a Traitor, 5 July. Declaration concerning it sent to Lords, 7. Agreed to by them, 23.-Conference desired by Lords concerning a Letter from him; agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; Lords to be moved to thank him, 14 Nov.-Commission from Lord General, appointing him Commander in Chief in Hereford, Hereford, Gloucester, Salop, and Worcester, agreed to; Declaration thereupon, 13 Dec. -Letter of Thanks to him ordered, 9 Jan.-Letter concerning his forcing a Passage into Cornwall, and List of Prisoners taken, read, 16 Jan.-Order for his pardoning such as return to the Service of the Parliament, read, and re-committed, 17.-Another Letter communicated by Lords, and read, 6 Feb.

Stampe,
-, Mr. Justice of Peace, 1642, to be summoned to attend, 25 July. Report concerning him; to be sent for as a Delinquent, 17 Aug.-Information of Words spoken concerning Sir Jo. Hotham, referred to the Committee for Informations; Member to prepare Impeachment against him, 16 Sept.
-, Mr. Vicar of Stepney, 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 25 July.-His Petition, and Order for his Attendance, 19 Aug.-Members to prepare Impeachment against him, 16 Sept.

Stanbridge,
-, Tho. 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 26 July.

Standley,
-, Sir Tho. 1642, Proceedings concerning him to be stayed, 11 Aug.

Stanford,
-, John, 1641, Petition, 8 July. Vide Collins.

Stanhope,
-, Wm. 1642, to be summoned to attend the Service of House, 30 Aug.-To be sent for as a Delinquent, 12 Nov.
-, Mr. 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 21 Sept.

Stannary
-, Court, 1640, Business concerning the Jurisdiction thereof, referred to Mr. Coryton's Committee, 23 Dec.
-, 1640, Bill concerning the Stannary Courts and Tinworks in Devon, read, 24 Dec.-Committed, 12 Feb.
-, 1641, Order for Third Reading, 30 June. Passed, 1 July.

Stanynoughe,
-, Peter, 1642, to have Warrant to go to Oxford, 22 Nov.

Stapilton,
-, Sir Philip, 1642, his Letter to be printed, 28 July.- Has Leave to go with Lord General, 8 Sept.

Staples,
-, Sir Tho. 1642, to be recommended to Lord Lieutenant of Ireland to be a Captain, 7 May.

Stapleton,
-, Sir Hugh, 1641, Offers his Security for Money, 5 Aug.
-, Bryan, 1642, Order about removing him from Nottingham Castle to the King's Bench, 16 Sept.

Stapley,
-, Sir Tho. 1641, Order concerning him to be sent to Lords for their Concurrence, 16 Mar.-Concurrence signified, 19.

Starch
-, Patent, 1640, a Committee to examine Witnesses about it, 17 Dec. To consider the whole Business; impowered to send for Witnesses, &c. 22.

Starchamber
-, and High Commission Court, 1640, a Committee to consider of Petitions complaining of them; to receive all of the like Nature, 3 Dec.-To stand-impowered to consider the undue Proceedings of the Council-chamber- to consider the Proclamations, 12 Jan.-Register of the High Commission Court to deliver Bibles and other Books in his Hands to the Clerk, 21. Petitions referred, 28 & 29 Jan.-19 & 23 Feb.-2 Mar.-Committees added, 29 Jan.-Sir Jo. Jennings's Complaint referred, 6 Feb. Proceedings against Dr. Bastwick, in the High Commission Court, voted illegal, 22.-Proceedings in the Star-chamber and Council Board voted illegal, 25.-Order for Meeting of the Committee, 2 Mar.-Committees added, 11.-Proceedings against Mr. Burton voted illegal, 12 and 24.
-, 1641, Proceedings against Mr. Prinne voted illegal, 20 Apr.-Against Dr Leighton voted illegal, 21.-All that come to the Committee to have Voices, 27.-Proceedings against Jo. Lilburne voted illegal, 4. May.-Message from King concerning the Officers thereof; Motion thereupon, 7 July. The Committee to be acquainted with any Motion concerning it before it is made, 23.-To receive all Petitions relating to late Officers, and consider of Reparation to be made them, 31. -Petition referred; Order for Sitting of the Committee during the Recess, 9 Sept.-A Committee to view Precedents concerning enormous Sentences of the Starchamber, 4 May.
-, 1640, a Committee to prepare Bill for Satisfaction to Persons aggrieved by those in ministerial or judicial Offices since 9° Caroli, 2 Mar.-A Committee to prepare Bill for regulating the Power of the Starchamber and Council Board, 16.
-, 1641, Bill read, 26 Mar.-Bill for reforming the unlawful Acts and Proceedings of the Privy Council and Star-chamber, read; Order for Second Reading, 30.-Committed, 1 Apr.-One Bill to be made out of both, 2. Order for Meeting of the Committee, 3. 8. 22. 26, & 27, Apr. -4. 13. 20, & 21, May.-Bill to be reported, 18. 27. & 29.-Reported, and to be ingrossed, 31.-Passed, 8 June. Sent to Lords, 9.-Recommended for Expedition, 19. Conference desired by Lords concerning the Bill; Messengers dismissed without Answer, 25. Conference agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, 26. Bill returned, with Amendments; Amendments read twice, and committed, 28. Reported, 29. Proceedings thereon, 29 & 30. Free Conference desired with Lords; agreed to, and held, 30. -Another Conference desired by them; Managers appointed; Conference agreed to; Lords Amendments reported; free Conference desired with them thereon; agreed to, and held; Message from Lords about the Bill, 1 July. Bill brought again, with Amendments and Provisoes; Amendments agreed to, and Provisoes to be ingrossed, 2. Read Third Time, and passed, 3.

Stationers
-, Company, 1641, Order for their suppressing the Licence of printing, 5 June.-To prevent printing without the Name and Consent of the Author, 29 Jan.

Statutes,
-, 1640, a Committee to prepare Bill for Continuance of divers; Bill recommended to the Care of one Member, 3 Mar.
-, 1641, Bill read, 1 May.

Steele,
-, Jo. 1642, his Composition accepted, 9 Mar.

Steevens,
-, Captain Jo. 1642, his Letter, 23 July. Vide Mint.

Stephens,
-, Mr. 1641. Vide Privileges.

Stephenson,
-, Edw. 1642, Order for disarming and securing him, 22 Oct.
-, Captain, 1642, committed to Lord Petre's House, 2 Jan.

Stepkin,
-, Peter, 1642, committed to the Gatehouse upon a Report from the Committee for Informations, 19 Aug. To be bailed, 25.

Stepney,
-, 1641, Petition of Parishioners read; Power given to set up a new Lecture, and continue a former, 6 Sept.
-, 1642, Persons recommended to preach next Fast, 22 July.-Business of Tumults there referred to the Committee for scandalous Ministers, 28.-Report; Resolution thereupon, 17 Aug. Vide Stampe.-Lecturers to manage the Duties on Fast Days, 30.-Petition referred; Committee to receive all Informations, 3 Oct. Report concerning the undue Election of a Constable, and setting up a Maypole; Resolution thereupon, 19.-Captain of Volunteers to be raised there appointed, 22.

Stevens,
-, Mr. 1642, to have Warrant for his Son to go beyond Sea, 30 June.

Steward,
-, Lord, 1640, swears several Members, and makes a Deputation for swearing the rest, 3 Nov.

Steward,
-, Robert, 1641, Two Members to examine him touching Words spoken by him; Order for his continuing in Custody, 5 Nov. Mrs. Harding to be Examined thereupon, 6. Her Examination reported; Judges of the King's Bench to be desired to proceed against him according to Law; to be delivered to the Marshal of the King's Bench; has Liberty to take any Thing except Papers out of his Trunks, 9.-Order for bailing him, 11 & 14 Dec.
-, Archi. 1641, his Letter, desiring Assistance of the Marquis of Argyle by reason of the Macdonalds Revolt, 7 Feb.
-, Mr. 1642, Members appointed to speak with him, 19 Nov.

Stewart,
-, Sir Wm. alias Rob. 1642, Petition referred to the Committee for Irish Affairs, 1 June. Specially recommended to their Consideration, 4.
-, Wm. 1642, Petition read; Member to make Report concerning the Business, 12 Dec.-Order for re-delivering his Plate, 14.

Steyning,
-, 1640, Election; Report touching it; Resolution thereupon, 15 Feb.

Stiles,
-, Mr. 1642, to be summoned to appear, 21 Dec.

Stockdale,
-, Mr. 1642, a Committee to consider of Recompence to him for his Attendance on the Commissioners for the Scots Treaty, 7 July.-His Petition against Sir John Goodrich to be considered, 21 Jan. Vide Goodrich, Sir John.

Stockings,
-, worsted. Vide Supply.

Stockton,
-, 1642, Order for Payment of Billet-money, 4 Apr.

Stockwell,
-, Rob. 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 18 Oct.

Stoell,
-, Sir Jo. 1642, to be summoned to attend the Service of House, 22 July.-Voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament, 8 Aug.-Resolution for impeaching him of High-Treason; a Committee to prepare Impeachment; Lords to be moved for Proclamation for his Appearance at a Day certain, 30.-Order for paying Moneys due to him to Treasurers for the Propositions, 11 Oct.

Stone,
-, Benjamin, 1642, to be taken into Custody by the Keeper of Gresham College, 30 Oct.

Stouden,
-, Mary, 1642, to have Warrant to pass-up and down, 28 Nov.

Stoury,
-, Sir Nicolas, 1642, to be summoned to attend the Service of House, 22 July.

Stowell,
-, Lady, 1642, Order concerning the Safety of her Person and Goods, 24 Oct.

Stradlinge,
-, Sir Edw. 1641, to be sent for as a Delinquent, upon a Report from the Committee for Soap, 30 Oct.
-, 1642, to pay in his Share of Money received from the King for the Aqueduct, and be discharged from Security upon that Account, 24 Mar.
-, Hen. 1641, approved to be Captain in the Navy, 10 Mar.
-, Letter concerning some suspicious Passages of him, read, 17 Aug. Vide Kettleby.

Strafford,
-, Earl of, 1640, a Committee to prepare a Charge against him; their Report; Resolution to impeach him of High Treason; Message sent to Lords for that Purpose; Report of Delivery, and their Answer; another Message from them, signifying they had committed him to Black Rod, 11 Nov. Committees added, 12.-Further Powers given them -Order for their Sitting-King to be moved for Lord Montmorris's Letters to him, 13. Answer thereto, 14.- No Member to visit him without Licence-Lords to be desired to appoint a Committee to take Depositions, and examine Witnesses, concerning him, in the Presence of some Members, 18. Members to be examined upon Oath; Message to be sent to Lords, to make like Order for Members and Assistants of the House; Sir Geo. Wentworth to have Liberty to resort to him-another Committee to search the Records of Attainders, 19.-Articles against him offered, and referred to the Committee for the Charge, 21. Charge to be reported, 23. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 24. Conference desired with Lords thereupon; agreed to; ingrossed Articles read, and agreed to; Conference held, and reported; Motion for Thanks to the Messenger, 25.-Conference desired by Lords about the Message concerning the Examination of their Members-free Conference desired touching the Point of examining Witnesses in the Presence of some Members; Messengers dismissed without Answer; a Committee to view Precedents cited in relation to that Point, 27. Another Committee to draw up Reasons in Maintenance of it, 28. Managers appointed; Conference agreed to, and held, 30.-Reported; another desired by Lords concerning the Matter of the free Conference; agreed to, held, and reported; Committee for the Charge to be present at the Examination; impowered to summon Witnesses; Message to be sent to Lords, desiring several may be examined, 1 Dec. Sent; Messengers dismissed without Answer, 2. Message from Lords, signifying that they had appointed a Committee for the Examination, 3.- Members to be present make Protestation of Secrecy, 4.- Persons have Licence to visit him; they make Protestation of Secrecy concerning the Business of the House, 5. Petitions referred, 19.-A Committee impowered to examine Witnesses during the Recess, 22. Matters tending to the Charge to be communicated to them, 24.-His Proceedings against Lord Montmorris and Lord Dillon voted illegal-Motion for an Answer to Lords concerning the Charge against him delivered by the Scots Commissioners, 31.-The Committee to consider of Satisfaction to Parties complaining against him, 4 & 21 Jan.-Lords to be moved about the great Resort to him- free Conference to be desired with them touching the Charge presented by Scots Commissioners against him as an Incendiary; Managers appointed, 4.-Proceedings against Lord Viscount Ely voted illegal-Reports touching him, Lord Montmorris, Lord Dillon, and Lord Kildare, to be presented to Lords, and made Use of in the Charge against him, 6.-Committee to stand, 12.-Depositions taken by Lords to be delivered to them, 15. Message to Lords for that Purpose; Messenger dismissed without Answer; Lords Concurrence signified- Members have Leave to speak with him in the Presence of his Keeper, 16.-The Committee for the Charge to take care Complainants have Reparation, 21. Committees added, 23. Examinations concerning O'Connor to be delivered to the Committee, and made Use of in the Charge, 26.-Further Articles of Impeachment, read, 28. Read again; agreed to; to be ingrossed, and delivered to Lords; Committee thanked for their Pains in preparing the Articles, 30.-Motion for expediting the Tryal, 15 Feb. A Committee to withdraw and prepare Heads for a Conference relating thereto; Heads reported; Conference desired; agreed to, and held, 16.- Conference desired by Lords about sequestering him from his Offices; agreed to; Reporters appointed-free Conference desired by them about Proceedings against him; agreed to; Reporters appointed; free Conference held, and reported; Report to be considered by a Committee, 18. Their Report; another free Conference desired with Lords thereupon; Managers appointed; Heads agreed to; free Conference agreed to, and held; Message from Lords concerning it, 22.-Another free Conference desired by Lords touching the Manner of proceeding against him; agreed to, and held; their Answer reported, 23.-His Answer communicated by Lords at a Conference, read, 25. The Committee for the Charge to consider of it; additional Committees make Protestation of Secrecy, 26. Evidence against him to be managed by Members, 27.-Order for Sitting of the Committee, 1 Mar. No Replication to be made to his Answer; Message to Lords thereupon-free Conference desired with them concerning the Method of proceeding in his Tryal; agreed to; Managers appointed, 6. Heads reported, and agreed to; Conference held, 8. Reported; Report referred to the Committee for the Charge; another free Conference desired by Lords concerning this Matter; agreed to; Managers and Reporters appointed; Conference held, 11. Heads of another free Conference concerning the Tryal reported; Resolution thereupon; One re-committed, 12. Reported; free Conference desired; agreed to, and held; Report of Votes delivered; another free Conference desired by Lords; agreed to; Managers and Reporters appointed; free Conference held, and reported; Report referred to a Committee, 13. Another Conference desired by Lords concerning the Tryal; agreed to, and held; Report touching the Time and Place for it, and the Protestation of the Lords of the Council at York upon the Earl's Answer to One of the Articles; Protestation referred to a Committee, 15. Report touching the Demands of the Commons, in relation to the Tryal and Protestation, for saving their Rights, 16.-Causes of Mr. Faes, Earl of Meath, and Lord Nettersfield, to be reported, 17.-Committee ordered to attend the Service, 18.-Order touching the Attendance of Witnesses-a Committee to view the Place for Tryal, and regulate the Manner of going thither-Case of Mr. Faes, &c. prepared, and to be transmitted to Lords; 19.- Orders touching the Management of the Evidence, and taking Notes at the Tryal-Report from the Committee appointed to view the Place; Orders thereupon-Motion from the Committee for the Charge for a candid Interpretation of their Labours- the Earl's Petition, desiring to make use of some Members as Witnesses; Order thereupon-another free Conference desired with Lords concerning the Protestation of saving the Rights of the Commons; agreed to; Protestation carried to Lords- another Order to the Managers about the Earl's Witnesses; Orders to be copied for their Use, 20. Further Order to the Managers touching their proceeding, 22. House to meet as a Committee at the Tryal, 22, 23, & 24. A Committee to attend at the Entrance of the Place appointed for the House, 22. -King to be moved that Managers may have the Perusal of Sir Edw. Coke's Pleas of the Crown-Order about keeping the Door of the Room appointed for Managers shut-No Member to confer with the Earl during his Tryal, 24.
-, 1641, Managers to proceed upon the most important Articles-a Committee to prepare Heads for a Conference concerning expediting the Tryal; Heads reported; Conference desired; Managers appointed; Conference agreed to, 25 Mar. House to meet as a Committee, 25, 26, 27. 29, 30, & 31, Mar.-2, 3. 7, 8, 9. & 12, Apr.-Conference desired with Lords touching the Examination of a Witness, no Members being present; Manager appointed; Conference agreed to, held, and reported, 27 Mar.-Message to Lords, desiring such of their Members as House may have Occasion to make Use of at the Tryal would be present; Serjeant to give Notice to Members of the House to be present, 2 Apr.-Earl's Petition read; Order thereupon, 6.-Conference desired with Lords concerning the Proceedings in the Tryal; Messenger and Assistants appointed; Conference agreed to; Lords Answer reported, 9.-Report of Grounds of further Evidence upon Part of the Twenty-third Article; Members heard thereupon; Paper read, 10. Heads of a Conference, touching Proceedings against him, reported; Conference desired-another Conference desired by Lords thereupon; agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held and reported, 12.-Order of Lords for hearing his Counsel in Matters of Law signified to the House, 14.-Free Conference desired with them touching Proceedings against him; a Committee to prepare Heads; Heads reported, and agreed to; Managers and Reporters appointed; free Conference held, and reported; another free Conference desired by Lords thereon; agreed to; Managers appointed; free Conference held, and reported, 15.-Resolution touching his Endeavours to subvert the Constitution-a Committee of whole House to be present at hearing Counsel- a Committee to prepare Heads for a Conference concerning further Proceedings against him; Heads reported, and agreed to; free Conference desired; agreed to; Managers and Reporters appointed; free Conference held, 16.-Earl voted guilty of High Treason, 19.-Message to Lords, desiring his Guard may be increased; Answer thereto, 28.-Order for bringing in Copies of Mr. Pymm's Speeches at the Tryal, 30. -For printing them; Member to have Leave to visit him, 11 May.
-, 1641, Bill for his Attainder read, 10 Apr. Order for Second Reading, 12. Committed, 14. Bill debated in the Committee, 14, 15. 17. 19, 20, and 21. Reported, and to be ingrossed; Passed; sent to Lords with Recommendation for Expedition, 21. Message from them relating thereto; Members appointed to maintain the Legality of the Bill; Conference desired with Lords thereupon; a Committee to prepare Heads; Heads reported; Managers appointed; Conference held and reported, 22. Message to Lords, desiring them to expedite the Bill, 24. Conference desired by them, to hear Arguments concerning the Legality thereof, agreed to, 27. Orders relating thereto-Mr. Solicitor impowered to send for Records, 28.-Mr. Solicitor to bring in a Copy of his Arguments, 30 Apr.-5 May. Bill agreed to by Lords; free Conference desired with them thereupon; Managers appointed; free Conference held, and reported; King to be moved for his Assent thereto; both Houses to attend him; Message from Lords, acquainting House what time he would be attended, 8. Royal Assent, 10. Order for printing Mr. Solicitor's Arguments, 11.

Strange,
-, Sir Hammond la, 1640, Petition referred to Dr. Tomson's Committee, 20 Mar. Vide Fens.
-, Lord, 1641, Inquiry to be made of Mr. Secretary, whether he has received any Letters from him; if not, to write to him concerning Letters taken out of a Spanish Ship and sent to him, 13 Dec. Letter to be written to him to know by whom these were sent, and to whom directed, 21. -Letter concerning a Commission of Array issued to him; Lords to be moved to require him to deliver the Magazine of Lancashire, 27 June.-Resolution for impeaching him of High Treason; a Committee to prepare Impeachment, 29 Aug. Lords to be moved for Proclamation for his Appearance at a Day certain, 30.-Impeachment re-committed, 5 Sept. Read, and to be ingrossed, 7. Ingrossed Articles read, and to be sent to Lords, 10. Sent; Report that they were risen, 13. Report of Delivery, and Lords Answer; Order for publishing the Impeachment, read, and re-committed; the Committee to withdraw, 15. Reported from Re-commitment; Lords Concurrence signified, 16:

Strangers,
-, 1641, Order for taking them up, and sending them beyond Sea, 26 Oct.-Conference desired by Lords thereupon; Messengers dismissed without Answer, 8 Nov. Conference agreed to, 9. Order explained; Conference desired thereupon; agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held -another desired by Lords; agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported, 10.

Strangeways,
-, Sir John, 1641, to declare Particulars of the Information given him; original Paper to be read, 30 Nov.
-, 1642, injoined to attend the Service of House, 22 July. -20 Aug.-Previous Question for continuing him a Member, Neg.; voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament, 6 Sept.
-, Mr. 1642, to be summoned to attend the Service of House, 20 Aug.
-, Sir Giles, 1642, to be summoned to attend the Service of House, 20 Aug.

Stratford,
-, in Suffolk, 1642, Order for sending Twenty Musquets thither, 9 Dec.

Streete,
-, George, 1642, to be committed to Gloucester Gaol, 11 Nov.

Strengthfellow,
-, Tho. 1641, to be permitted to transport Wheat, &c. for Relief of Dublin, 22 Feb.

Strich,
-, Wm. and Domingo Mansfield, 1641, Petition read, and recommended to Lord Mayor; Order thereupon, 2 Dec.

Strickland,
-, Walter, 1642. Vide Holland.
-, Sir Robert, 1642, voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament, 21 Jan.

Strode,
-, Wm. Vide Privileges, and Kimbolton-1640, cleared of having used offensive Words in his Speech, 6 Feb.
-, 1642, to have Warrant for carrying Musquets into Somersetshire, 5 Aug.-Has Leave to attend Lord General, 9 Sept.-Member to prepare Order for Satisfaction for his Losses out of Sir Ralph Hopton's Estate, 15. Feb.
-, Sir Rob. 1640, Bill for settling his Estate, read, 13 Feb.
-, 1641, Committed, 29 May.
-, John. Vide Jacobson.
-, Sir Geo. 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 28 Mar. -Examined touching the Kentish Petition, 1 Apr. Information concerning him referred to the Committee for the Petition, 6. Vide Kent. Order for presenting Impeachment against him, 26. Impeachment reported; Articles read, and in part agreed to; Residue recommitted, 30.-Read, and to be ingrossed, 4 May. Ingrossed Articles to be sent to Lords, 5. To be read, and sent, 9. Read; Conference to be desired thereupon, 10. Desired, and agreed to, 11.-His Bail to surrender him, 2 & 23 Aug. Lords to be desired to summon them, 6 & 30.
-, James, 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 5 Aug. -His Petition; Order for bailing him, 3 Sept.

Strowde,
-, 1642, Petition of Inhabitants; Lecturer recommended, 13 Dec.

Studley,
-, Peter, 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 6 Aug.
-, Jo. 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 16 Sept.

Sturvey,
-, Carew, 1642, Examination referred to the Committee for Informations, 29 Mar.

Subjects,
-, 1640, a Committee to consider of their Property in their Goods, and the Liberty of their Persons, 27 Nov.- Matter to be debated, 4 & 5 Dec.-Further Power given the Committee; Committees added, 8.
-, 1641, Declaration that no Committee ought to determine their Right and Property, 28 July.-Motion for considering how far they may be compelled to serve in the Wars, 10 Dec.
-, 1642, Papers sent from Lords concerning King's injoining his Servants and others not to attend the Parliament upon Summons, with Desire it may be referred to a Committee of both Houses; referred accordingly, 10 May. Conference desired by Lords thereupon; agreed to; Managers and Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; Resolution touching offering Violence to Persons doing anything in Obedience to the Commands of both Houses, sent to Lords for their Concurrence, 12. Agreed to, 13. Lords to be desired they may meet; their Answer, 14.-Order concerning commanding Subjects, by virtue of the King's personal Command, sent to Lords, 7 July.-Returned with an Amendment, 12.
-, 1641, Bill for Confirmation of their Liberties in their Persons, read, 1 July.-Another read, 24 Dec.
-, 1642, Committed, 7 Jan.

Subscription-moneys,
-, 1642, House informed of a Report of a Vote passing concerning the Non-payment thereof; Order thereupon, 19 Apr.

Subsidies.
-, Vide Accounts, and Supply.-1641, a Committee to examine Business concerning keeping them to the Height, and letting them fall; Commissioners of Middlesex to attend them; Order for paying Arrears into the Chamber of London-for Treasurers of the Four Subsidies to make up their Accounts, 6 Dec.-Order about Allowance to the Collectors, 13.-Touching the Forbearance of Moneys lent with Interest, 29 Jan.-Touching a Discharge to Treasurers for Money paid for Relief of Dublin, 11 Feb.-Touching Fees for passing the Collectors Accounts, 26.
-, 1642, Order for Collectors to perfect their Accounts, and for punishing Persons most defective therein; Barons of the Exchequer to be moved that their Bonds may be put in Suit against them, and that those in Arrear may pay Interest, 25 Mar. To be printed, 28.-Under-sheriffs of divers Counties admonished for Neglect in bringing in the Arrears; Order for speedy Returns; Members to bring in Accounts thereof, and write Letters to the Sheriffs of their several Counties, &c. thereupon, 24 May.-Order touching bringing in Arrears reported, and re-committed, 9 July.- Order for encouraging Collectors to proceed in that Service, 9 Dec.

Suckling,
-, Sir John, 1641, to be forthwith sent for; called in, and interrogated, 3 May.-A Committee to examine him, Mr. Wadsworth, Captain Billingsley, and others, 4. To be forthwith sent for to attend them; the Committee to withdraw and examine them, 5.-King to be moved to stop his Allowance; a Committee to prepare Heads for a Conference thereupon, 7 July. Order for their Sitting, 31.-Articles against them to be considered, 5, 6. 11, 12, & 13, Aug. Considered, 12 & 13.-Votes and Articles read; Resolution for charging him with Treason, 12.-A Committee to consider of a fit Method to proceed against him, 6 Dec. Report to be made, 14. Resolution for accusing him of High Treason, 17.
-, 1642, Time to be prefixed for his Accusation, 26 Mar.

Sudbury
-, Election, Report touching it, 8 Dec.
-, 1641, Mayor to stay Arms brought thither; Member appointed to send down the Order, 26 Jan.
-, 1642, Letter from thence concerning Tumults to be sent to Lord General, 25 Aug.

Suffolk,
-, 1641, Order for delivering an Arrear of Fullers Earth to them, 24 May.-Petition of Gentlemen, read; Speaker's Answer to Persons who brought it, 31 Jan.-Letter from the Committee to some Gentlemen, read, and approved, 4 Feb.-Earl of Suffolk nominated Lord Lieutenant, 11. -Deputy Lieutenants approved, 18 Mar.-Petition of Seamen; Speaker's Answer to Persons who brought it, 12, - Lecturer recommended to a Parish there, 31 May.
-, 1642, Lords desired the Ordinance for the Militia may be put in Execution; Messenger dismissed without Answer, 1 July. Day appointed for it; Deputy Lieutenant approved, 6.-Order for staying a Proclamation going down by the Post, 21.-Order for advancing the Subscriptions sent to Lords, 26. -A Committee to prepare Order for Deputy Lieutenants, 11 Aug.-Lords to be moved to dispatch the Order about Subscriptions, 15.-High Sheriff, &c. to take the Magazine into their Custody, 18.-Letter to be sent to Lord Lieutenant about putting the Militia in Execution, 25. His Answer, 29.-Deputy Lieutenants nominated; Order for their hastening Propositions for Horse, &c. 2 Sept. Agreed to by Lords-Declaration to prevent plundering to be dispersed, 3. -Commission and Instructions to the Committee, approved, 5. Agreed to by Lords, 6.-Names of the Commissaries to value Horses, &c. sent to Lords, 7.-Order touching employing Horses, not reduced under Command, 10 Oct.-For sending up Money collected upon the Propositions, 12.-A Committee to prepare Order for Deputy Lieutenants to appoint Colonels and Captains, 15.-Letter from the Committee; Thanks thereupon; Order for them to retain 4,000 l. out of the Contribution-money, 28.-Agreed to by Lords, 1 Nov. -Propositions concerning the Safety of the County referred to a Committee, 1 Dec.-Order for raising Horse, 5. Agreed to by Lords, 8.-Members for the County to consider of proper Persons to be sent down for Service of the Association, 19 Jan.-Order for apprehending Persons refusing to contribute to the Propositions, or to associate themselves, 24.- Several sent to advance the Association; Deputy Lieutenants to subscribe the Warrants for it, 4 Feb.-Sheriff's Commission presented, 18.-Member to go down, and advance the weekly Assessment, 7 Mar.
-, Earl of, 1642, Order for delivering a Chest of Arms to him, 25 June.
-, Cloths, 1641, a Committee to consider how they may be vended in Turkey, and examine the Obstructions thereto; Turkey Company to attend them, 14 Feb.-Petition referred, 1 Mar. Report to be made, 8.
-, 1642, like Order, 6 Apr. Report of Obstructions; Resolutions thereupon, 17.

Sugars.
-, Vide Supply, and Wines.

Suits,
-, small, 1641, Bill for preventing them read, 15 Apr.

Sulyard,
-, Tho. 1642, to be summoned to attend as a Witness, 14 Apr.

Summer
-, Islands, 1640, Petition of Traders, with the Committee for Trade, referred to the Committee for Virginia Planters, 6 Jan.-Order about Re-delivery of their Tobacco by the Customers, 4 Mar.

Sunderland,
-, 1641, Petition of Mayor, &c. Lecturer appointed; Parson to permit him the Use of his Pulpit, 26 Feb.

Superstition
-, and Idolatry, 1640, a Committee to consider of Means for abolishing them, 23 Jan.-Bill for that Purpose read, 5 Feb. Committed; all that come to have Voices, 13. -Order for Meeting of the Committee, 23 June.-5 July.-Committee revived, 28 June.-Bill to be reported, 8 Aug.

SUPPLY,
-, 1640, for the Army, and Relief of the Northern Parts, to be considered, 12 Nov.-Considered in a Committee of the whole House; Resolution for raising 100,000 l. 13.-King to be moved for a Commission to the Convocation to treat about giving Subsidies, 19 Mar. His Answer, 22.
-, 1641, Motion for moving him again, 5 May.-Supply for the great Affairs of the Kingdom to be considered in a Committee of the whole House, 10. Considered; Resolution for raising 400,000 l. 11.-Supply for the Occasions of Ireland considered in a Committee of the whole House, 11 & 12 Nov. Resolution for raising 200,000 l. 12.-Resolution for raising another 400,000 l. 12 Dec.
-, 1642, a Committee to consider of the King's Revenue, and Pensions payable out of it, 1 Sept. Business of the King's Children at St. James's, the Queen of Bohemia, and the Elector Palatine, referred, 27. Committee impowered to proceed if Four present, 30.-Report; Order for stopping several Pensions-Resolution for paying it into Places where it ought to be paid, and not issuing it till further Order, 14 Oct. Agreed to by Lords, and to be printed, 15. Manner of the Execution of the Vote referred to the Committee, 18.- Receivers to issue no Moneys without acquainting House, 26 Nov. Lords Concurrence signified, 29.-Order for seizing several Sums for Relief of the Army, 11 Jan.-Officers to bring their Accounts to the Committee for Contributions, 12. -The Committee for the Revenue to inquire what Money is in the Receivers Hands, and require them not to part with any, 16.-Receivers or Auditors of the Duchy not to go to Oxford, 20.-Days appointed for considering the Business of Moneys, 30 June.

Means for raising the Supply
-, 1640, considered in a Committee of the whole House; Report of Resolution for raising 100,000 l. by Act of Parliament, 13 Nov.-Touching Persons who shall be Security to the Lenders-for exempting particular Places from paying towards it, 16.-Touching the Manner of assessing the Counties, 19.- For raising Two Subsidies instead of 100,000 l. 10 Dec.-For providing a Supply till they can be raised, 31.-A Committee to consider of a speedy Method for Supply for the Army; Petition referred, 11 Jan. Committees added; Customers to attend the Committee, 12. Report of their Willingness to advance 60,000 l. 13.-Order for raising Money on the Credit of the Subsidies, 16 Feb.-Resolution for Two more Subsidies for Maintenance of the Army, 20.-A Committee to prepare Order for Security to the Lenders, 24. -Resolution for raising 100,000 l. on the Security of the Subsidies last voted, 1 Mar. Further Order touching the Security, 4.-Resolution touching Security on the Subsidy of Tonage and Poundage, 18.
-, 1641, Motion concerning a short Bill for Subsidy of Tonage and Poundage de bene esse for Three Months, to be considered, 29 Mar.-A Committee to prepare Order for raising the Subsidies to a higher Proportion, 29 Apr.-A Committee to treat with Persons for Loan of Moneys, 11 May. Further Power given them, 26. Report touching the National Debt-Proposition of the Merchant Adventurers accepted, 28.-The Committee impowered to receive Propositions from any Persons, 29.-Order for their Meeting, 3 June. Persons to attend them, 5 & 17.-The Committee to consider of making Moneys current, and of raising Moneys to 10 l. per Cent. 17.-Proposition of making Moneys current, rejected-another Proposition for raising Money by a Poll-tax; Resolutions thereupon, 18.-Resolution for raising 400,000 l. by way of Subsidy, 12 May.-Touching the Manner of assessing Estates, 13 & 14.
-, 1642, a Committee to consider of Ways for raising a present Stock of Money, 9 Apr. All that come to have Voices, 22.-A Committee of the whole House to consider it, 10. 14. 16, & 17. Matter to be considered every Day from Eight to Nine o'Clock; Report of Resolution for charging Papists with present Moneys, and a yearly Payment, 20. -A Committee to prepare a Letter to Cities and Towns for the Loan of Moneys, 23 May. Letter reported, and agreed to-another Committee to consider of Means for providing Moneys, 24.-Method for raising a Stock of Credit, and present Moneys, considered in a Committee of the whole House; Report of Resolution for raising it, and making Retribution out of Irish Rebels Lands-touching the Rate, 27.- A Committee to consider of Ways for raising Money for re-victualling Ships at Sea, 23 July.-Ordinance from Lords for a Committee of both Houses to go to Guildhall to put the Ordinance for raising Moneys in Execution; agreed to-Lords to be moved to advance the raising Moneys by Members and Assistants of their House, 26. Message to that Purpose sent; Messenger dismissed without Answer, 29.-Message renewed, 1 Dec.-A Committee of the whole House to consider of Means for raising a Supply for the Army, 18 Jan. Report of Resolution for raising it by a Land Tax, 26.-A Committee to consider of a Way for speedy supplying the Northern Army, 27 Feb. Report; Resolutions for applying the Moneys in the Hands of the Receivers of the Duchy Revenue-for indemnifying them-for applying the Moneys in the Hands of the Receivers of the Court of Wards-for the Payment of 10,000 l. formerly voted-for sequestering the Vicarage of Hallifax and Purstoll; a Committee impowered to summon all the King's Receivers, and require them to bring in Moneys in their Hands, 8 Mar.
-, 1640, a Committee of the whole House to consider the Book of Rates, 18 Mar.
-, 1641, a select Committee to prepare One, 31 May.- Impowered to receive Informations for that Purpose; all that come to have Voices, 1 June. Order for their Meeting, 26 June.-12 Nov.-Persons to attend them, 26 June.- Book to be reported, 30 July.-20 Jan. Reported, 24. To be considered in a Committee of the whole House, 24 Jan.-24 Feb.-5. 7, & 8, Mar. Considered, 7. The Committee to sit every Morning at Eight o'Clock, 9.-Order for Meeting of the select Committee, and proceeding in the Business, 15. Report to be proceeded in, 16. Proceeded in; Resolutions relating to the Rates upon Currans-previous and main Questions for certain Persons to pay double Customs upon Sugar, except from the Sugar Plantations, or Portugal, severally Neg.-relating to the Value upon Muscovado and White Sugars-upon Holland and Flanders Cloth-Greenland Oil-for taking off a Fourth-part upon Silk Manufactures imported-touching the Rates upon Spanish Tobacco-upon French, Spanish, and Sweet Wines-upon Train Oil-for taking off half the Custom upon Woollen or Worsted Stockings-touching the Rate upon Tiffany-against Exportation of Calves-skins-touching the Rates upon Sea Coal exported- upon Short Cloth-upon all other Cloths of the old Drapery -upon Serges and Perpetuanaes-upon new Draperies-Book to be printed; a Committee to overview it, 17.
-, 1642, Order for Meeting of the Sub-committee, and reporting to House; Orders to be printed with the Book, 9 May.-Printer appointed, 22 June. Book annexed to a Bill, and sent to Lords, 25. Returned, with Amendments touching the native Commodities of Scotland; Amendments agreed to, 27.

Application of the public Moneys,
-, 1640,
-, Order for paying 50,000 l. to the Army and Northern Counties-Resolution touching the Proportion, 30 Nov.-The providing and sending down the rest of the Money to be considered, 11 Dec.-Commissioners to be named in the Body of the Order for 50,000 l. more; Resolution touching the Proportion, 18.-Orders, for paying 3,000 l. to Berwick- 1,000 l. to Carlisle-16,000 l. to the Army, 23 & 24.-for paying 25,000 l. to the Northern Counties, 24.-For paying 50,000 l. to the Army and Garrisons-for paying a Month's Billet, 10 Feb.- For paying 25,000 l. for Relief of the Northern Counties-25,000 l. for Relief of the Army, 6 Mar. -for paying Officers or Billetters for Soldiers dead or deserted -for Eleven Days Pay to the Earl of Crawford's Troops- for paying the Billetters thereout, 8 Mar.
-, 1641, Like Order, 6 Apr.-For paying 4,366 l. 3s. 4d. to the Garrison of Berwick, 23.-For a Month's Pay to the Reformado Officers, 30.-For reserving Moneys provided for disbanding the Armies-for paying 50,000 l. to the Army, 19 & 22 May.-for paying 30,000 l. for Relief of the Northern Counties, 24.-4,000 l. for Scottish Shipping, 24 & 28.-For paying 100,000 l. to the Earl of Warwick for the Northern Counties-for paying 100,000 l. to Sir Wm. Uvedale for the Army, 10 June.-For sending down 50,000 l, to the Army, 12.-To be employed for disbanding, 16.-For paying Sir Wm. Uvedale 50,000 l. of Money to be paid in the South for disbanding-for paying the Residue to the Earl of Warwick for the Northern Counties, 8 July-For a Month's Pay to Berwick-For a Month's pay to Carlisle, 14.-For 50,000 l. to the Northern Counties, 27.-For paying 52,300 l. to the Scots for their Arrears-for paying 200 l. to Persons undertaking to convey the Money, 4 Aug.-For paying a Month's Pay to certain Resormado Officers after disbanding the Army-For Seven Weeks Pay to Lieutenant Colonel Moyle, Captain Lieutenant Philip Dutton, Lieutenant John Bower, Lieutenant Michael Freeston, Captain Randall Wallinger, and Captain William Hales, 5 Aug.-For paying the Remainder of the 80,000 l. Part of the brotherly Assistance, 9.-For paying it to the Earl of Warwick, and 12,750 l. in full for Scots Arrears, 11.-For paying 3,000 l. to Colonel Goringe for Portsmouth, 14 & 17.-For paying 20,000 l. for disbanding the Army, 17.-For advancing 1,000 l. to Commissioners going to the King in Scotland, 18.-For making the 2,000 l. for disbanding the Army 30,000 l. 20.-For paying it to Sir Wm. Uvedale-for paying a Month's Pay to Reformado Officers as soon as a List of their Names be brought in, 24.-For Six Months Pay to the Shipwrights, &c. at Chatham, 28.-Reformado Officers not to be paid till after disbanding, 28. Several excepted, 30.-For a Month's Pay to divers Serjeants-for paying the First 20,000 l. received by the Commissioners for London for disbanding the Army, 1 Sept.-for paying 30,000 l. to Berwick and Carlisle, 9.- For paying 200 l. to Rob. English-2,000 l. to Sir Jo. Nulles, 2 Nov.-For paying 150 l. upon a Bill of Exchange from Committees in Scotland, 15.-For paying 13,000 l. of Arrears to Officers, 21 Dec.-For paying 5,000 l. to Sir Jo. Nulles and Sir Job Harvey, 11 Jan.-for paying 1,000 l. to Sir Jo. Nulles, 15.-for paying 16,000 l. to the Scots, 25.- For paying them 5,917 l. 3s. 4 ½ d. 2 Feb.-For paying 100 l. to the late Gunners of Berwick, 4.-For paying 5,000 l. for the Soldiers at Dublin, 5.-For paying 7,850 l. for Billet-money to York-1,000 l. to Durham, in Part of Billet-money due-40 l. to Mr. Morewood-2,500 l. for Baggage Horses for the Scots-1,200 l. for raising Guards for their General-62,300 l. upon Account, to Scots Soldiers, 19 Feb. -For paying 150 l. to Committees at Nottingham for Billet-money, 21.-For paying 100 l. to Newcastle-400 to Northumberland, 28.-For paying 2,000 l to the Soldiers at Hull, 5 Mar.-For paying 150 l. to Sir Jo. Clotworthy's Regiment, 9.-for paying 16,000 l. to the Officers of the Navy, 15.-For paying 209 l. 10 s. 10 3/4 d. to Lincolnshire, upon Account of Billet-money, 17.-for paying 100 l. to Stephen Rich, for transporting Arms, &c. from Berwick to London, 19.-For paying 5,030 l. to the Garrison of Portsmouth, 24.
-, 1642, for paying 10,000 l. to the Deputy Treasurer at Wars for Ireland, 26 Mar.-For impresting 1,000 l. to Mr. Frost-For impresting 2,000 l. to the General of the Scots Army, 28.-For paying 600 l. 14 s. 5 d. to the County and City of York-7l. 2 s. 8 d. to Stockton-9 l. 17 s. 2 d. to the County of Nottingham-13 l. 12 s. 3 d. to Lincolnshire- 250 l. 5 s. 4 d. to Durham-99 l. 12 s. 8 d. to Northumberland -18 l. 15 s. 5 d. to Newcastle, 4 Apr.-For paying 10,000 l. for the Service of Ireland; Lords Concurrence signified, 5.- For paying Mr. Henley 2,500 l. borrowed of him, 6.-For paying 6,000 l. for raising Regiments for Ireland-3,000 l. to Mr. Frost, 7.-For impresting 2,000 l. to the Scots General, 8.-For paying 5,000 l. to Mr. Loftus, 11.-For paying 132 l. to Mr. Roche-120 l. to Mr. Sheriffe-100 l. to Mr. Riche, 12.-For paying 6,000 l. to Mr. Loftus; agreed to by Lords, 18.-For advancing 80 l. to Captain Welden-for paying 3,564 l. 13 s. 4 d. to Mr. Loftus; agreed to by Lords, 19.-For paying 200 l. to Sir Nich. Byron, 21.-for paying 50 l. to Persons employed in making Discoveries upon the Coast of France-for furnishing Lord Cromwell with 300 l. 23.-For impresting 10,000 l. to Lord President of Munster, 26.-For paying 6,000 l. to Mr. Loftus-2,000 l. to Sir Jo. Hotham, 28.-For paying 30 l. to Mr. Egleston-for impresting 600 l. to Sir Wm. Balfour, 30.-For paying 6,000 l. to Mr. Loftus, 2 May.-Order for Payment of 2,000 l. to Sir Jo. Hotham; agreed to by Lords, 3.-For paying 14,000 l. to the Commissioners for Irish Affairs, 4.-For issuing 10,000 l. to the Committee of Adventurers of London-for delivering 200 l. to the Committees in the North, 5.-Adventurers 10,000 l. agreed to by Lords-for impresting 100 l. to Sir Jo. Hotham, 6.-For paying 1,400 l. to Mr. Norrice, 7. for paying 60 l. to Mr. Mansell-170 l. to Lady Anne Lucas, 12.- for sending 1,500 l. to Dublin-for paying 10,000 l. to Mr. Loftus, 16. Agreed to by Lords, 20.-For paying 200 l. to Contractors for Shoes and Boots, 18.-For paying 1,500 l. to Mr.Loftus; agreed to by Lords, 19.-For paying 1,000 l. certain Officers-for advancing a Month's Pay to Four Gun-for Arrears to Officers, 23.-For paying 71 l. 14 s. to Persons who built the Courts of Guard, 24.-For paying 1,500 l. to certain Officers-for advancing a Month's Pay to Four Gunners, 30.-For paying 50 l. to Mr. Rushworth, 1 June. -For paying 2,000 l. to Sir Jo. Hotham; agreed to by Lords, with an Amendment; Amendment agreed to, 4. For 100 l. to Mr. Rushworth, 6. For paying 662 l. 1 s. 4 d. to Mr. Loftus, 7.-For paying 10,000 l. to him; severally agreed to by Lords, 8. For impresting 500 l. to Lord Cromwell for paying 34,000 l. to Mr. Loftus-for paying 6,000 l. to Lord Conway and Sir Jo. Clotworthy, 15.-For impresting 2,000 l. to Sir Jo. Hotham, 21. Agreed to by Lords, 24.-For paying 5,030 l. to the Garrison of Portsmouth, 28. Agreed to by Lords-for impresting 50,000 l. to Mr. Loftus, 30.- For paying 1,000 l. to Mr. Wm. Gore, 1 July.-For paying 16,000 l. to Mr. Loftus, 4.-For paying 1,000 l. for the Service of Landguard Fort, 6. Cancelled; fresh Order for that Purpose, 9. Agreed to by Lords, 11.-For issuing 1,257 l. 2 s. 11 d. to Mr. Wheeler, 7.-For impresting 500 l. to Sir Arthur Hasselrig, 8. Sent to Lords, 12. Agreed to by them, 13.-For paying 500 l. with Interest, to Mr. Goodshall-400 l. to Mr. Vaughan-1,000 l. to Mr. Cloberry- for issuing 3,000 l. to buy Arms, 9.-For Paying 1,500 l. to the Earl of Warwick-200 l. upon Account, for raising Men for Hull; severally agreed to by Lords, 11.-For paying 500 l. to Earl of Warwick-100 l. to Sir Chr. Wray-150 l. to the Town of Windsor-for impresting 1,090 l. 16 s. 1 d. for buying Arms-for paying 1,375 l. 11 s. to Mr. Aldworth and Mr. Wollaston, 13.-For paying to Mr. Tomson and others 3,000 l. Order respited, and referred to a Committee, 14.- for paying 100 l. to Mr. Cromwell-for impresting 10,000 l. to Mr. Loftus, 15. Agreed to by Lords, 19.-For 1,000 l. for Relief of distressed Irish Protestants, 15.-For paying 30 l. to Mr. Thorpe, 16.-For paying 10,000 l. upon Account for Hull-for paying 1,000 l. to Sir Jo. Clotworthy, 18. Agreed to by Lords, 19.-For paying 20,000 l. to Mr. Loftus; sent to Lords, 26.-For paying 3,085 l. 17 s. 5 d. to Mr. Payler, 30.-For paying 32,000 l. to Mr. Loftus, 2 Aug. Agreed to by Lords, 3.-For paying 454 l. 14 s. 8 d. to Masters of Ships that brought the Magazine from Hull, 8.-For paying to Sir Jo. Chudleigh 5,000 l. upon Account, 9.-For paying 2,000 l. to the Scots, 12.-For allowing 500 l. for Safety of Warwick, 13.-For paying 5000 l. to Mr. Frost, 15.-For paying 150 l. to Mr. Samuel, 18.-For advancing 1,000 l. to Mr. Halsteed, 19.-For paying 5,000 l. to Mr. Frost-former Order vacated-for transporting 15,000 l. to the Scots; returned from Lords, with an Amendment; Amendment agreed to, 20.-For paying 2,000 to Lord Kerrye-2,000 to Mr. Gethings, 29.-For paying 359 l. 7s. 6 d. to Mr. Paman and Mr. Hunt-500 l. to Mr. Cromwell- 300 l. to Mrs. Chichester-1,000 l. to the Scots General, 3 Sept.-For paying 15,000 l. to Mr. Loftus-450 l. to Captains Church and Beresforde, 7.-For paying 1,100 l. to Earl of Holland; agreed to by Lords, 8.-For sending 6,500 l. to the Committee at Sherborne; agreed to by Lords, 17.-For paying 70 l. to Mr. Baldwyn-30 l. to Mr. Stockdale-119 l. to Mr. Vassall, 23.-For paying to Mr. Hawkins 65 l. 4 s.- to Mr. Willis, 40 l. 15 s.-To Mr. Chambers 65 l. 4 s. 5 Oct.-For paying 40,000 l. towards the brotherly Assistance, 6.-For paying 1,040 l. to Mr. Saunderson, 14.-For paying 2,000 l. to Sir Jo. Bamfield and Mr. Waddon, 17.-For paying 38 l. 13 s. 10 d. to Mr. Vassall-1,000 l. to Mr. Kirke, 29.-For a Month's Pay to the Scots Army, 1 Nov. -For impresting 2,000 l. to Mr. Bence, 13.-For paying 2,000 l. upon Account to Hull, 25.-For paying 300 l. to Mr. Holland and Mr. J. Fennour, 3 Dec.-To Mr. Bassnett 790 l. 11 s. 10 d. 6.-1,000 l. to Portsmouth Garrison, 7.- For paying 318 l. 4 s. to Mr. Wollaston- 1,650 l. to Mr. Casteel-1,500 l. 8 s. to Mr. Beard-548 l. 10 s. to Mr. Lock and Mr. Clymer-204 l. to Mr. Crone-50 l. 15 s. to Mr. Phillips, 10.-8,000 l. to Mr. Loftus, 16.-5,000 l. to him -1,500 l. to Lord Leicester, 19. 2,042 l. 16 s. to Colonel Venn-523 l. to Earl of Derby-for impresting 300 l. to Officers of Ordnance, 20.-For impresting 1,000 l. to the Garrison at Landguard Fort, 21.-For paying 10,000 l. to Lord Fairfax, 22.-200 l. to English Resormado Officers, 24.- For paying 500 l. to Mr. Wollaston-4,000 l. to Mr. Wood- 336 l. 1 s. to Mr. Norris-4,854 l. 3 s. 4 d. to Mr. Gethings and others-130 l. to a Druggist-1,800 l. for Shipping-38 l. to Mr. Ball,-30 l. 16 s. to Mr. Hawkins, 3 Jan.-For paying 1,000 l. to the Garrison at Portsmouth, 5.-For paying 180 l. to Mr. Burstone and Mr. Piercy-165 l. to Mr. French- 36 l. to Mr. Muschamp, 12.-For paying 28 l. to Mr. Harrison, 17.-For impresting 10,000 l. to the Army-for paying 500 l. for the Relief of Enniskilling-1,163 l. 14 s. to Mr. Nayle- 138 l. 4 s. to Mr. Evans, 18.-For paying 10,000 l. to Sir Gilb. Gerrard, 19.-For paying 100 l. to Mr. Dallison, 21.- For paying 261 l. 10 s. 6 d. to Mr. Holles, 23.-For paying 100 l. to Serjeant Major Browne-138 l. 10 s. to Mr. Pinnoyer, 26.-For paying him 500 l. 27.-For paying 1,000 l. to Mr. Hutchinges-550 l. to Sir Jo. Coniers, 30.-For paying 800 l. to Sir Jo. Hotham, 31.-For paying 4,000 l. to Lord Fairfax-650 l. to Colonel Ven, 2 Feb.-for paying 2000 l, for Relief of Dublin, 3.-For paying 131 l. to Mr. Bowen and Mr. Price-235 l. to Mr. Williams-563 l. 14 s. 2 d. - 625 l. 8 s.-700 l.-280 l.-250 l. to Mr. Loftus-62 l. 4 s. 1 d. -50 l. 10 s. 5 d. -313 l. 14 s. 8 d. to Mr. Pennoyer-34 l. to Mr. Burston-28 l. to Captain Whittscott-359 l. 7 s. to Mr. Paman-359 l. 7 s. to Mr. Hunt-900 l. 4 s. to Mr. Downes, 4 Feb. Severally agreed to by Lords, 8.-For paying 30 l. to Mr. Loftus, 14.-For advancing 6,000 l. to Sir Jo. Hotham, 23.-For impresting 300 l. to Sir Jo. Clotworthy- for paying 1,218 l. 4 s. to Scots Reformado Officers, 24.- For paying 1,500 l. to the Garrison at Portsinouth, 25.-For paying 2,217 l. 4 s. 8 d. to Colonel Ven, 1 Mar.-For paying 200 l. for Relief of maimed Soldiers, 3.-For paying 500 l. for Relief of Duncannon Fort, 9.-For paying Mr. Browne, 505 l. 7 s. 7 d. -to Mr. Bonde, 586 l. 5 s. 10 d.-to them jointly, /?/95 l. 1 s. 10 d. 13.

Bills of Supply.
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-, 1640, a Committee to prepare a Bill for the Grant of 100,000 l. 19 Nov. Order for their Meeting, and for Attendance of all the Committees, 23. Motion for One Knight of every Shire to attend them; Report concerning assessing the Lords and the King's Houshold; Order thereupon, 25. Order for the Meeting of the Committee, 27.-Committees added, 4 Dec.
-, 1640, a Committee to prepare Bill for Two Subsidies, 21 Dec. Committee added, 12. Order for Meeting of the Committee, 16. Commissioners to be named therein; Members to present Lists, 17. Bill committed, 22. Resolutions for adding Two Subsidies more-touching the Times of Payment; Bill re-committed, 23. Amendments in Part read; Resolution touching Commissioners, 9. Residue read twice; Bill to be ingrossed, 11. Order for Third Reading, 15. Names of the Commissioners to be sent to the Clerk of the Petty Bag, 16. Bill passed, 18. Sent to Lords, 20.-Returned with Amendments, 5 Feb. Amendments read twice, and committed, 6. Order for Meeting of the Committee, 8. Amendments reported, and to be ingrossed, 10. Passed, 12. A Committee to attend the King, to desire him to give the royal Assent: his Answer, 15.
-, 1640, a Committee to prepare Bill for Two Subsidies; Bill recommended to the Care of One Member, 27 Feb.- Names of Commissioners to be brought in, 1 Mar. Order for expediting the Bill, 19 & 24.
-, 1641, Bill committed, 2 Apr. To be reported, 21 & 22. Reported, and committed to a Committee of whole House, 23. Reported from them, and to be ingrossed; a Committee to prepare Instructions for the Commissioners, 30.-Proviso that the passing this Bill should not determine the Session, to be prepared, 1 May. Read twice, and agreed to, 3. Bill passed, 6. Sent to Lords; free Conference desired by them thereupon; agreed to; Managers and Reporters appointed; free Conference held, and to be reported, 7. Lords Exceptions reported, 8. Bill returned, 10.
-, 1640, Bill to rectify Mistakes in Act for the Four Subsidies, read twice, and committed; Instruction to the Committee, 16 Mar. Bill reported, and to be ingrossed, 18. Passed, 22.
-, 1641, Royal Assent, 25 Mar.
-, 1640, a Committee to prepare Bill for a Subsidy of Tonage and Poundage for Three Years, 18 Mar.
-, 1641, Bill to be read, 30 Mar. Read, 31.-Committed, 27 May.-Committee impowered to agree upon a Time for the Continuance thereof, 1 June. Bill reported, and re-committed to a select Committee; Instructions; Bill reported from Re-commitment; Resolution for granting it to Commissioners for the King's Use; a Committee to receive Propositions for that Purpose; Bill to be proceeded in by a Committee of whole House, 2. Resolution for granting it to the King for the Time limited; a Committee to amend the Bill, pursuant thereto; Bill reported; not to be read Third time till after 9 o'Clock, 10. Order for reading, 15. Bill passed, and to be sent to Lords, 17. Sent, 18. Agreed to by them; Royal Assent, 22.-Another ordered, 26 May. Declaration touching the taking Customs; a Committee to prepare a preamble and Addition, 27. Their Report; Bill read twice, and committed, 28. Reported, 14 June. Resolutions touching the Rates, 14 & 15. Instruction touching taxing Bristol to Two last Subsidies, 17.-Another, read twice, and to be ingrossed, without Commitment, 9 July. Passed, and to be sent to Lords, 10. Sent; Lords to move the King to give his Royal Assent with Speed; Report of Message delivered; Lords Answer, 12.-Another ordered, 5 Aug. Read, 6. Committed, 7. House to be put in mind of Bill, 9. Motion concerning it; Bill reported, and to be ingrossed, 10. Passed, and sent to Lords, with Desire that it may pass by special Commission, 11. Message from Lords, acquainting House they had received the Commission; Answer thereto; another Message, desiring Speaker would bring it up, 16.- Another Bill, read twice, and committed, 25 Nov. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 27. Passed, and to be sent to Lords, 29. Sent, 30.-Another Bill read; not to be read Second time but between 11 and 4 o'Clock; read; Question for Commitment and Ingrossment, severally Neg.-Another Bill ordered, 26 Jan. Read, 27. Committed, 28. Passed, and sent to Lords, 29.-Another ordered, 17 Mar. Read twice, and committed; Committee to insert Clause for making Sir H. Vane junior one of the Treasurers of the Navy, 18.-Another Bill, read twice; Question for Commitment, Neg. to be ingrossed; Time of Continuance; Bill passed, and sent to Lords, 19.
-, 1642, Message from Lords, acquainting House they were ready to give the Royal Assent to the Bill by Commission; the Bill not being sent down, while the House was considering what Speaker should do, it was sent privately, 29 Mar.- Another ordered, with a Blank for the Time, and a penal Clause, 26 Apr. Read twice; Commencement and Continuance; Question for Commitment, Neg. Order for Ingrossment; Proviso added; Bill passed, 28.
-, 1641, Bill for raising 400,000 l. ordered, 14 May. Read, 27. Committed, 28.-Resolutions relating to the Bill; List of Commissioners ordered, 5 June.-Bill committed to a Committee of the whole House, 14 Dec.-To be reported, 15, 16, 17. 25 & 26 Feb.-Reported; Question for Re-commitment, Neg. to be ingrossed, 2 Mar. Commissioners appointed, 5. Order for Third Reading, 8, 9 & 10. Provisoes rejected; Bill passed, 11. Sent to Lords, with special Recommendation; their Answer, 12. Letter from the King concerning it, communicated by Lords at a Conference and read, 24.
-, 1642, Message from Lords, acquainting House they had received a Commission for passing the Bill, and that the Commission was fixed thereto; Messenger dismissed without Answer; a Committee to consider this Message, and view Precedents, 25 Mar. Report; Message from Lords, desiring House to attend the King's Commission for passing the Bill; Resolution, that unless the Bill be delivered to the Speaker before the Commission read, he shall return, 26.-Member to inquire of Lord Keeper, whether all the Commissions are issued, 12 Apr. His Answer, 14.-Members to encourage the ready Payment of Monies assessed thereby, 2 May. A Committee to consider the Clause that charges the Officers, 13.-Another Committee to consider the Clause concerning the Collectors, 14 & 20 July.-Another to consider whether new Commissions be necessary for the Second Payment, 19 Nov. First Commissions continued 23.-Order for encouraging Collectors to proceed in that, Service, 9 Dec.-A Committee to inquire into Arrears due thereupon, 23. Member to prepare Letter to be sent to the several Counties concerning them, 26.-The Committee for Subscriptions to inquire in London touching Neglects in collecting, 31.-Order about sending the Letters, 10 Jan.- Member to prepare Order for Collectors to pay Monies to the Committees in the several Counties, 2 Feb.-Several of them to be sent for, 20.
-, 1641, a Committee to prepare a Bill concerning Plate, 7 June. To withdraw, 8. Bill read twice, and committed, 10.
-, 1641, a Committee to prepare a Bill for a Poll Tax; Instruction, 18 June. Order for their Meeting; Instruction to consider of further Heads, 21. Bill reported, and to be ingrossed, 28. Passed, 29. Free Conference desired by Lords thereupon; agreed to; Managers and Reporters appointed; free Conference held, 30.-Lords Amendments and Provisoes reported; Amendments agreed to; Debate on the Provisoes adjourned, 1 July. Resumed; Provisoes in Part disagreed to; Conference to be desired with Lords thereupon; Managers appointed, 2. Ingrossed Provisoes read Third time, 3.-Bill to explain and supply some Ambiguities and Defects in the former ordered, 27. Read twice, and committed, 28.
-, 1641, Bill for raising Monies for speedy disbanding the Armies, &c. read and rejected, 19 June.
-, 1642, Bill for settling One Half per Cent. on Goods imported and exported, for Suppression of Pirates, and Relief of Captives, 23 Apr. Read twice, and committed; Order touching Commissioners and Collectors, 28.
-, 1642, Bill for charging Papists with present Money and a yearly Payment, ordered, 20 May.
-, 1641, Declaration, that it is against the fundamental Orders of the House, for a Member, without special Order, to bring in a Bill of Subsidy, 26 Jan.

Ordinances of Supply.
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-, 1642, Ordinances for assessing Monies in London and Westminster, presented, and referred to a Committee, 23 Nov. Read, and agreed to; another Committee to consider of Names to be inserted, 25. Ordinance and Names read; Names agreed to; Lords Concurrence signified, 26. Ordinance enlarged, and to be printed, 29.-Ordinance for more speedy Execution thereof, read, and re-committed, 13 Dec. Conference desired by Lords thereupon; agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; Lords Amendment agreed to, with an Amendment; Conference to be desired thereupon, 15.-Ordinance for better levying Monies upon the Ordinance of 29th November, read, and agreed to, 8 Feb.- Ordinance for assessing Monies in the Counties, ordered, 26 Nov.-To be presented, 1 Dec. Presented and read; Resolutions touching assessing real and personal Estates; further Consideration referred to a Committee of the whole House, 3. Resolutions touching Assessors, 5. Agreed to by Lords, 8.- Touching the Rates upon Land and Stock to be drawn into the Form of an Ordinance, 6. Names of Commissioners ordered, 7. Report of divers Names wanting; Order thereupon, 8.-The Committee of both Houses for Advance of Monies impowered to imprison negligent Assessors and Collectors-To seize and break open Chests, &c. 26 Jan.-A Committee to consider of a Weekly Assessment, 1 Feb. Report to be made, 6. Ordinance read, and re-committed, 7. Agreed to, and sent to Lords, 8. Conference desired by them thereupon; agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported, 18.-A Committee of Common Council heard to the Ordinance; Speaker's Answer-Report of Conference considered; Question for re-committing a Clause, Neg. Lords Amendments agreed to, 20. Ordinance to be printed, 23. -Ordinance concerning the effectual and speedy Execution thereof referred to a Committee, 24. Committees for several Counties appointed, 25. Lords to be desired to rate themselves, 27.-Petition of Lord Mayor, &c. read; Petitioners heard; Speaker's Answer; Petition to be considered, 28.-Resolution for easing them to be communicated to the City; Ordinance for that Purpose read, and agreed to, 1 Mar. Lords Concurrence signified-a Committee to prepare a Letter for advancing the Assessments, 3.-Members for the several Counties to sign it, 9. Order for sending it, 13.-Ordinances for issuing Money to be executed, notwithstanding any Cessation of Arms, 21 Feb.-Conference to be desired with Lords concerning Ordinances of Supply lying with them; Managers appointed; a Committee to prepare Heads; Heads reported; Conference agreed to, 28.

Supremacy,
-, Oath of. Vide Oaths.

Surrey,
-, 1641, Under Sheriff to be summoned to attend; not to suffer any Proceedings upon an Inquisition concerning Persons met to subscribe a Petition, 13 Dec. Examined; Order for Justices to forbear further Proceedings; Examination of the Matter referred to a Committee, 14.-Petition of Gentlemen read, and avowed; Speaker's Answer to Persons who brought it, 17.-A Committee to peruse Letters from the Justices to Speaker, 18.-Petition of Knights, Gentlemen, &c. presented from a Committee; several called in; Speaker's Answer to them; Petition to be entered; Copy of another to Lords, read, and approved, 4 Feb.-Earl of Nottingham nominated Lord Lieutenant, 11.-Deputy Lieutenants approved, except as excepted; Lord Lieutenant to be desired to add Two more, 18 Mar.
-, 1642, another approved by House; Lords Approbation to be desired, 23 May.-Lords to be moved to appoint a speedy Day for mustering the Trained Bands, 24.-Day appointed for putting in Execution the Propositions for bringing in Horse, &c. 12 July.-Order for putting the Militia in Execution, 6 Aug. Sent to Lords, 13.-Member to go down for that Purpose, and to advance the Propositions for Horse, &c. 10 Sept.-Earl of Northumberland nominated Lord Lieutenant; Deputations to continue in Force, 5 Oct.-Deputy Lieutenants to put Propositions in Execution, and send up Money collected thereupon, 5, 13 & 14.-Order from Lords for searching Stables, and listing Horses, agreed to; a Committee to join with Justices to put it in Execution, 22.-Committees for Propositions added, 27.-The Committee impowered to receive Money for raising and paying Soldiers, and to seize Horses and Arms of Persons refusing to lend, 28.-A Committee to present Names of sit Persons to be Deputy Lieutenants for the Eastern Parts, 2 Nov.-Deputy Lieutenants added; Instructions to be sent to them-Order touching borrowing some of the Proposition-money, 3.-Deputy Lieutenants approved by Lords, 11.-Under Sheriff to attend with Sheriffs Commission, 13 Feb.-Ordinance for raising Forces, and Monies for maintaining them, read, and agreed to, 14.- Person appointed to advance the Weekly Assessment; Books to be sent to him, 7 Mar.

Suffex,
-, 1641, a Committee to consider of providing it with Ammunition, and securing it with a Fort, 14 May.-Earl of Northumberland nominated Lord Lieutenant, 11 Feb.-Petition of Gentlemen, &c. read; Speaker's Answer to Persons who preferred it, 17.-Deputy Lieutenants approved, 28 Mar.
-, 1642, Members to fee the Militia put in Execution, 27 May.-8 June.-a Committee to inquire of the Judges the Reasons for altering the Place of keeping the Assize, 21 Sept.-1 Dec.-Order for Deputy Lieutenants to receive Money and Plate, agreed to by Lords, 3 Sept.-Deputy Lieutenant nominated, 10.-Order for sending up Money collected upon the Propositions, 13 Oct.-Committees added to the Committee for them, 1 Nov.-A Committee to prepare Commission and Instructions for raising Forces for Safety of the County, 21.-Lord General to be moved to consider of sending Succours, 25.-Ordinance for Public Faith to Contributors for the Safety thereof, agreed to by Lords, 29. -Captains to be thanked for their Services, 1 Dec. Order for those discharged by the King to execute their Offices, 3.-Additional Instructions to the County reported, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence signified, 7.-Sheriff to be brought to House, 9 Jan.-A Committee to prepare Ordinance for raising Monies, 13 Feb. A Member to prepare it, 14. Ordinance read, and agreed to, 15. To be made Order of House only; Clerk to sign it accordingly, 21.-Persons appointed to advance the Weekly Assessment; Books to be sent to them, 7 Mar.

Sutcliffe,
-, Mr. 1642. Vide Privileges.

Sutton,
-, 1640, Petition of Inhabitants referred to Dr. Tomson's Committee, 17 Dec.-Another referred, 16 Mar. Vide Fens.
-, 1642, Lecturer recommended, 31 Dec.
-, Marsh, 1642, Order from Lords concerning it read; a Committee to prepare Letter to Lord Lieutenant, &c. to prevent Tumults, 6 Feb. Draught thereof denied; Letter read, agreed to, and sent to Lords, 7.

Sutton,
-, Mr. 1642, to have Leave to send Ten Musquets to his Country House for the Service of the King and Parliament, 31 May.

Swadline,
-, Thomas, 1642, to be taken into Custody by the Keeper of Gresham College, 30 Oct.

Swanley,
-, Captain, 1641, approved to be Captain in the Navy, 10 Mar.
-, 1642, his Letter, with Articles inclosed; a Committee to consider of Ordinance for Indemnity of him, and others, and of a Reward for their good Services, and to write to him in mean time, 30 Aug.-His Letter to the Holland Vice Admiral, and Warrants to the Captain of Cowes Castle, and Mayor of Newport for restraining Provisions to be carried on board the Holland Fleet, read; a Committee to prepare Letter to withdraw his Warrants-Ambassador to the States to be acquainted with the Proceedings of House upon this Accident, 11 Feb.

Swann,
-, Captain, 1642, to be thanked for his good Service in seizing the Maria Frigate, 15 Aug.

Swearers,
-, 1641, a Committee to prepare a Declaration for executing the Laws against them, Drunkards, and Sabbath-Breakers, 17 Dec. Ordinance reported, 24.
-, 1641, Bill against Sabbath Breakers, common Swearers, and Drunkards, ordered, 24 Dec.

Switzerland,
-, 1642, Letter from the Protestant Cantons; Conference to be desired thereupon; Managers appointed, 10 Nov.

Sydenham,
-, Sir Ralph, 1642, voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament, 29 Sept.-To be bailed, 19 Oct. Order for Bail to surrender him, 21.
-, Lady, 1642, to have Warrant to go to Oxford, 10 Jan.

Sykes,
-, Nath. Vide Massam.

Symonds,
-, Thomas, 1641, Petition referred to a Committee, 5 Aug.
-, Matthew, 1641. Vide Privileges.
-, Edward, 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 30 July. -His Petition referred to the Committee for scandalous Ministers, 8 Aug-Order for bailing him, 18.

Syms,
-, Tho. 1642, to be removed to Norwich, and kept close Prisoner till his Removal, 13 Mar.

Symson,
-, Rich. 1642, to be removed to Norwich, and kept close Prisoner till his Removal, 13 Mar.



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