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Gul. & Mar. Parl. 1. Sess. 1. A. 1688, & 1689.Gul. & Mar. Parl. 1. Sess. 2. A. 1689.Gul. & Mar. Parl. 2. Sees. 1. A. 1689, & 1690.&Gul. & Mar. Parl. 2. Sess. 2. A. 1690, & 1691.&Gul. & Mar. Parl. 2. Sess. 3. A. 1691, & 1692.&Gul. & Mar. Parl. 2. Sess. 4. A. 1692, & 1693.

Gul. & Mar. Parl. 1. Sess. 1. A. 1688, & 1689.

PALMES, Mr. Vide Privileges, infra.

Papists, Bill, from Lords, for removing them from London, read, 7 Mar. Committed, 14. Committee revived, and Order for sitting; Committees added, 20. Bill reported, and passed, with Amendments, 26. Conference, desired by Lords, agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, and reported; Consideration of Report adjourned, 28. Resumed; Proviso, from Lords, disagreed to; Committee to assign Reasons, 2 Apr. Report; Conference desired; Messenger dismissed without Answer; Managers added; Conference agreed to, held, and reported, 8. Another Conference desired by Lords; Managers appointed; additional Manager; Conference held, and reported; Debate thereon adjourned, 16. Resumed; Question, that the House do agree to the Proviso proposed by Lords, Neg. free Conference desired, and agreed to; Managers appointed; free Conference held, and reported, 17. Another free Conference, desired by Lords, agreed to; Managers appointed; additional Manager; free Conference held, and reported; Lords Amendments to the Proviso agreed to, 18. Royal Assent, 24.
-, - Bill to rectify a Mistake in the Bill for removing them from London, read twice, and to be ingrossed, 2 May. Passed, 3. Agreed to by Lords, 8. Royal Assent, 11.
-, - Committee to prepare a Bill for more speedy convicting and disarming them, 16 Mar. Bill read, 26. Committed, 3 Apr. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 23. Passed, 24. House put Lords in mind of Bill, 29. Bill returned from Lords, with Amendments, 1 May. Amendments in part disagreed to; Committee to assign Reasons, 2. Committees added; Order for sitting, and making Report, 7. Report made; Conference desired, and agreed to; same Committee to manage it; Conference held, and reported; Lords waive their Amendments, 8. Royal Assent, 11.
-, - Bill to annul Grants made to them, read 4 May.
-, - Committee to inquire what Children are sent abroad to be educated in the Popish Religion, 18 May. Committees added, 21 & 22. Instruction, 22. Catharine Overbury ordered into Custody, for refusing to attend, 14 June. Report; Bill ordered thereupon, 5 July.
-, - Bill relating to Settlement of their Estates, ordered, 5 July.
-, - Bill, from Lords, to vest in the Two Universities Benefices belonging to them, 6 June. Read, 8. Order for Second Reading, 15 & 19. Committed; Instruction, 24. Reported; Clauses to be ingrossed, 1 July. Bill passed, with Amendments, 3. Amendments agreed to by Lords, 5. Royal Assent, 25.
-, - Bill for securing the Government against them, ordered, and recommended to the Care of Two Members, 3. Aug. Read, 10. Committed, 12. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 15. Passed, 16.

Pardon. Vide Indemnity.

Parliament, Bill, from Lords, concerning the Assembling and Meeting of this, read, 19 Feb. Committed; Instruction relating to the Oaths of Allegiance and Supremacy, 20. Bill reported; Proviso, in Paper, added; Bill passed, with Amendments and Proviso, 22. Amendments and Proviso agreed to by Lords; Royal Assent, 23.
-, - Vote, that the Lords and Commons, now sitting, are the Two Houses, 20 Feb.
-, - a Pardon not pleadable in Bar of an Impeachment therein, 4 June.
-, - prorogued, 21 Oct.

Pemberton, Sir Francis, to attend, 13 June. 6. 10. 13. & 16 July. Examined, 14 June, 10 & 19 July. Ordered into Custody, 19.

Penwarne, Robert, Bill from Lords, for Sale of Lands to pay Debts, 30 May. Read, 1 June. Committed, 3. Reported, and passed, with Amendments, 12. Amendments agreed to by Lords, 17. Royal Assent, 22.

Perne, John, and Wife, Petition; Notice to be given to Mr. Berkley, a Member, 24 July.

Peterborough, Earl of, and Lord Mordaunt, Bill, from Lords, to make good a Recovery suffered by them, 4 June. Read, 12. Committed, 15. Reported, and passed, 18. Royal Assent, 22.
-, - Petition; 25 July. Vide Supply.

Petersfield, Election and double Return; Report, and Return amended, 23 Feb.

Petitions to be delivered to Chairman of a Committee, 28 Jan. -to a Committee, 12 Apr.-offered, but not read, 1 Apr. & 17 Aug.-withdrawn, 12 & 15 Apr. 13 May. 25 & 29 July, & 2 Aug.-re-delivered, not being signed, 25 June.-opened, but not read, 10 & 15 July.-recommended to Board of Ordnance, 11 July.

Petitioners called in to own their Petitions, 26 Feb. 13 & 26 Mar. 1 & 5 Apr. & 22 June.

Philips, Robert, Petition, 23 July. Vide Supply.

Physicians, College of, Bill, from Lords, for governing it, 10 July. Read, 24.

Pilkington, Thomas, Petition, 2 Apr. Vide Grievances.

Pilton, Petition from, 5 July. Vide Aulnage.

Pitt, George, Petition, 17 July. Vide Supply.

Plantations. Vide Supply.

Player, Sir Thomas, Petition of Executors, 2 Apr. Vide Grievances.

Plymouth new Writ, 3 June. Election, Petition, 20 July.

Plympton Election, Petition, 28 Jan.

Poll Tax. Vide Supply.

Pollexfen, Sir Henry, and others, Petitions, 14 May. Vide Prideaux.

Poole Election, and double Return, Petition, 26 Jan. Report; Return amended, 9 Feb.

Portman, Edmund, Petition, 25 July. Vide Supply.

Powell, Mr. Justice, to attend, 13 & 17 June. Examined, 14 & 18.

Powle, Honourable Henry, chosen Speaker, 22 Jan.

Preece. Vide Privileges, infra.

Price, Charles, and Company, Petition, 18 Apr. Vide East-India.
-, - Roger, Bill to supply a defective Conveyance made by him, read, 7 May. Committed, 9. Committees added, 17. Bill reported, and to be ingrossed; Counsel, and Parties on both Sides, to be heard at Bar, 7 June. Heard; Bill passed, 14.

Prideaux, Edmond, Petition referred to a Committee, 20 Mar. Report, 1 May.
-, - Bill to charge Lands of late Lord Jeffreys with Repayment of Money to him, ordered, 1 May. Presented, 9. Read, 10.

Prise, Goodetha, Petition, 25 July. Vide Supply.

Prisoners, State, Copies of their Commitments to be demanded by Serjeant from several Gaols, 5 Mar. Presented, and referred to a Committee on Brent, 6. Vide Brent.

Prittyman, Sir George. Vide Privileges.
-, - Thomas. Vide Westminster.

Privileges and Elections, Committee appointed, 22 Jan. Person ordered into Custody for refusing to attend a Committee, 7 Mar.-granted to Witnesses, 8.-Information given, that Captain Motley had spoken Words dangerous to the Government, and reflecting on the House; Bowtell examined; Motley ordered into Custody, 22. Member undertakes for his Appearance; Order suspended thereupon; Motley, Bowtell, and Witnesses, to attend, 23. Severally examined; Motley discharged, Bowtell ordered into Custody, 25. Reprimanded, and discharged, upon his Petition, 27.-Mr. Palmes's Complaint; Thorpe, Grymes, and Galloway, ordered into Custody; Member contests the Complaint; Orders suspended; Complaint referred to the Committee, 3 Apr. Report to be made, 6. 8, 9. 21. & 28 May. 6 & 20 July.-Another Complaint to be heard at Bar; Thorpe to attend, 28 June. Question, that Report of former Complaint be read, Neg. Complaint heard; no Breach of Privilege, 1 July.-Mr. Guy's Complaint; Gascoigne ordered into Custody, 4 Apr. Bailed by Mr. Guy's Consent, 8.-Broad's Petition against Sir Edward Hungerford; Sir Edward to attend, Clerk to search Journals; Resolution thereupon, 8 Apr.- Complaint of a printed Paper, intituled, "An Address agreed upon at a Committee, & c." Janeway to attend, 27. Examined; ordered into Custody; Frazier to attend, 29. Examined; discharged, upon his Submission, 30. Janeway's Petition, 6 May. Debate thereon adjourned, 6, 7. & 9. Resumed; Janeway reprimanded, and discharged, 10.-Complaint of a treasonable and scandalous Libel, intituled, "A short History of the Convention, & c." Address thereupon. Vide Address. Libel to be burnt by common Hangman, 29 Apr.-Member informs the House of treasonable Words spoken by Flathers; Flathers committed; Lord Chief Justice to be acquainted therewith; Member thanked, 30 Apr. Lord Chief Justice's Answer, 1 May. Flathers' Petition; Resolution for his Discharge, 17.-Another Information; Turbervile and Tunstall examined, and Discharged, 1 May.-Sir Robert Dillington's Complaint; Matter respited, on account of Sir Robert Holmes's being out of Town, 30 Apr.-Marquis of Winchester's Complaint; Barradell, Sparke, and Lambert, ordered into Custody, 6 May. Their Petition, 10. Discharged, at the Marquis's Request, 11.-Mr. Williams's Complaint; Serjeant to summon Preece, Williams, and Probert, 8 May.- Sir Thomas Barnardiston's Complaint referred to the Committee, 29.-Lowman ordered into Custody, for refusing to attend a Committee; Order suspended, if he attends Afternoon, 1 June.-Sir John Doyley's Complaint; Crouch and Walter ordered into Custody, 1. Crouch reprimanded; and discharged, upon his Petition, 8. Walter's Petition, and Order for his Discharge, 21. Reprimanded, and discharged, 22. -Colonel Sackvile's Complaint; Woodman ordered into Custody, 1. Reprimanded, and discharged, upon his Petition 21.-Petition of Serjeant referred to the Committee, 4. Report, 6 July.-Vote, that a Pardon is not pleadable in Bar of an Impeachment in Parliament, 4 June.-Lord Fairfax's Complaint; Odley and Child ordered into Custody, 21. Odley discharged, upon her Petition, 27.-Mr. Thompson's Complaint against Colonel Copley referred to the Committee, 21. -Information given, that the Earl of Danby had been taken into Custody; Earl to attend, 22. Declares he did not conceive himself to be in Custody; Member gives Account of the Matter; Messenger to attend with the Warrant, 24. Warrant presented; Members to inquire of Lord Nottingham the Reasons for his granting it, and for releasing him, 25. Lord Nottingham's Answer, 27. Read; Resolution thereupon; Members to make further Inquiry, 28.-Sir Thomas Whitegrave ordered into Custody, for refusing to attend a Committee; Order suspended, on account of his Age and Infirmity, 6 July.-Mr. Harbord's Complaint of a false and scandalous Report, referred to a Committee, 8.-Sir Rowland Gwynn's Complaint; Owen, Williams, and Latham, ordered into Custody, 15. Orders for their Discharge, at Sir Rowland's Request, 17 & 22. Owen reprimanded, and discharged, 18. Williams, 22. Latham, 23.-Information given of a false and scandalous Report spread of Sir Peter Rich, referred to the Committee, 15. Report; Smelt ordered into Custody, 29. His Petition; Reading respited, 3 Aug. Read; Sir Peter's Consent to his Discharge signified by Letter to Speaker; Smelt reprimanded, and discharged, 10.-Mr. Ramsden's Complaint Referred to the Committee, 26 July.-Lord Sherrard's Complaint referred to the Committee, 7 Aug.-Mr. Burrard's Complaint; Bond ordered into Custody, 7. His Petition; Order for his Discharge, 10. Reprimanded, and discharged, 12.- Mr. Serjeant Wogan's Complaint referred to the Committee, 10.-Petition of George Mawson; Petitioner called in to own it; Colonel Copely and Petitioner to attend, 13. Severally examined; Resolutions thereupon; previous and main Questions, that Petition be referred to Committee of Grievances, Affirmative, 14.

Probert. Vide Privileges, supra.

Protestants. Vide Dissenters.
-, - foreign, Bill for general Naturalization, ordered, 19 Mar. Read, 13 Apr.
-, - concealing Arms or Horses of Papists, declared Enemies to the King and Kingdom, 19 June.

Proviso. Vide Clauses.

Purefoy. Vide Ireland, and Attainder.

Gul. & Mar. Parl. 1. Sess. 2. A. 1689.

PAINS and Penalties, Bill for inflicting them on the Authors of violating Laws and Liberties in the Two late Reigns, ordered, 26 Oct. Debate, touching the Number of Persons to be mentioned, adjourned, 26 & 28. Order for presenting Bill, 7 Nov. For reading, 29 Nov. & 11 Jan. Bill read, 15 Jan. Read Second time, and to be added to Bill of Indemnity, 16. Vide Indemnity.

Paper, white, Petition for Bill to encourage that Manufacture; Bill ordered, 16 Jan. Read, 22. Committed; Petition presented, and referred, 25.

Papists, Bill to prevent disinheriting next Protestant Heirs, ordered, 22 Nov. Read, 23 Jan.

Pardon. Vide Indemnity.

Parish. Vide Convoys.

Parker. Vide Privileges.

Parliament prorogued, 27 Jan.

Parsons, Sir John. Vide Navy.

Perne. Vide Privileges.

Peterborough, Earl of, impeached; Impeachment sent to Lords; committed by them to Tower, 26 Oct.
-, - new Writ, 12 Dec.

Petitions laid aside, 8 Nov. & 22 Jan.-Re-delivered, as not regularly signed, 14 Nov.-withdrawn, 26.-rejected, 8 Jan. -to be signed by Petitioners with their own Hand or Mark, 14 Nov.

Petitioners called in to own their Petitions, 14 Nov.

Pigott, Nicolas, Petition relating to Writings taken in a Trunk with Brent; Order thereupon, 2 Dec.

Pilchard-fishing, Bill to regulate it, ordered, 4 Jan. Read, 14.

Pilkington, Sir Thomas, and others, Petition, to be read, 14 Nov. Read, 12 Dec. Sir Peter Rich to attend, 12 & 18 Dec. 17 & 20 Jan. Petitioners to attend, 18 Dec. Sir Peter heard; Debate thereon; Question for Bill to reimburse Petitioners out of Estates of Persons complained of, Neg. 22 Jan.

Plymouth Election, Petition, 28 Oct. Report, 31 Dec.

Poll Tax. Vide Supply.

Poor, Committee to consider of Laws relating to them, 25 Jan.

Potts, Ralph, Petition, 20 Nov. Vide Bayley.

Presgrave. Vide Privileges, infra.

Price, John, Petition, 17 Dec. Vide Capeld.

Prideaux, Edmund, Petition for Bill to charge Lord Jeffryes's Estate with Money; Bill ordered, 30 Nov. Presented, 14 Dec. Read, 13 Jan. Committed, 23. Petitions presented, 9 Dec. & 23 Jan. Referred, 23 Jan.

Prisoners, Information given, that several were bailing in Court of King's Bench; Order for bringing them to the Bar; Serjeant sent with Speaker's Warrant, 25 & 26 Oct.

Pritchard, Thomas, Petition for Bill to settle a Jointure; Bill ordered, 12 Dec. Read, 15 Jan.

Privileges and Elections, Committee appointed, 23 Oct.-Mr. Montague's Complaint; Allen, Seeman, and Witham, ordered into Custody, 31 Oct. Their Petition, 4 Nov. Read, reprimanded, and discharged, 7.-Mr. Bull's Complaint; Tayler and Woodland ordered into Custody, 4 Nov.- Sir John Knight's Complaint of threatening Words given by Lord Brandon Gerrard; Lord Brandon to attend in his Place, 4.-Mr. How's Complaint; Morgan, Richard, and Howell, ordered into Custody, 6. Morgan's Petition, 25. Referred to Committee of Privileges and Elections; Morgan to have Liberty, by Mr. How's Consent, till Petition examined, 26.-Leave to Members to waive it, 6 Nov. 2 Dec. & 15 Jan.-Lord Sherrard's Servant arrested; Bush ordered into Custody; Servant to be demanded by Serjeant, 9 Nov. Bush reprimanded, and discharged, upon his Petition, 15.-Hewse, Gatehouse, Hall, and Robinson, ordered into Custody, for taking and giving Bribes at the Election for Stockbridge, 15. Petition of Hewse, Gatehouse, and Hall, withdrawn, 26. Reprimanded, and discharged, on another Petition, 27. Robinson, reprimanded, and discharged, upon his Petition, 28.-granted to Witnesses, 9 & 22.-Motion that Member have Leave to waive it; Debate thereon adjourned, 20.-Sir Richard Middleton's Complaint; Turner, Burridge, Ransome, Edwards, and Henshaw, ordered into Custody, 23. Edwards and Henshaw's Petition, 30. Burridge's Petition read; Petitioner examined, and committed to the Gatehouse, 23 Dec. His Petition, and Order for his Discharge, 7 Jan.-Hugh Jones ordered into Custody for prevaricating in his Evidence before a Committee, 26 Nov. His Petition, 9 Dec. Reprimanded, and discharged, upon Second Petition, 23.-Captain Reignold's Complaint against Whitlock, referred to the Committee, 27 Nov.-Information given, that Smith had produced a written protection; Member disowns it; Smith ordered into Custody; further Information of several given by Members; Informers to be brought to Bar, 27.-Colonel Beaumont's Complaint referred to the Committee, 10 Dec.-Colonel Berkley's Complaint referred to the Committee, 10. Report; Perne ordered into Custody, 20 Jan.-Sir John Wynne's Complaint against Mr. Twistleton, referred to the Committee, 16 Dec.-Mr. Kendall's Complaint against Atkins, referred to the Committee, 2 Jan.-Vote, that nominating a Member to King for Sheriff, is a Breach of Privilege, 7.-Information given of counterfeited Protections; Taylor and Gibson ordered into Custody; Under-Sheriff of Middlesex, and Secondaries of the Compters, to bring in Protections entered in their Offices, 15. Taylor and Gibson examined; Gibson discharged; Taylor committed to the Gatehouse, 17. Lists of Protections presented; Parker ordered into Custody; further Consideration adjourned, 18. Report of Serjeant, that Parker is harboured by Purcell; Matter referred to the Committee; Purcell to attend them, 22. Lists read, and disowned by Members; further Report of Serjeant; Purcell ordered into Custody; former Resolutions and Orders read; Orders thereupon, 23.-Ambrose Kelly, a Clerk of the Office, his Petition referred to the Committee, 23.

Protections and written Certificates. Orders relating thereto, read, 9 Nov. Vide Privileges, supra.

Purcel. Vide Privileges, supra.

Gul. & Mar. Parl. 2. Sees. 1. A. 1689, & 1690.

PAPER, white, Petition for Bill to encourage Manufacture thereof; Bill ordered, 28 Mar. Presented, 29. Read, 31. Committed, 3 Apr. Petitions against Bill, presented, and referred, 3. 9. 15 & 25. Committees added, 5. Bill reported; Question for Re-commitment, Neg. Bill to be ingrossed, 2 May. Member to be heard at Bar by his Counsel, 7. Counsel for and against Bill heard; Witnesses examined; Order for Third Reading, 9. Bill passed, 13. Agreed to by Lords, 19. Royal Assent, 20.
-, - Makers Petitions, 3 & 9 Apr. Vide Paper, supra.
-, - Sellers Petition, 25 Apr. Vide Paper, supra.

Papists, Bill to prevent disinheriting their Protestant Heirs, ordered, 4 Apr. Presented, 5. Read, 7. Committed, 21. Committees added, 23.
-, - and other disaffected Persons, Bill to secure the publick Peace, and prevent their Designs, read, 8 May. Committed, 10 & 17. Committee impowered to turn the Bill into Two, 10.
-, - Committee to inquire into listing them, 14 May. Revived; to sit de die in diem; Committee added; all that come to have Voices, 20.
-, - Information given of several Regiments in Lancashire; Dodsworth to attend, 14 May. Examined; to be examined by Lord Chief Justice; Members to acquaint Lord Chief Justice with Order; Sir James Rushout acquaints the House he has Informations of the same nature in Worcestershire; Sir James to attend Lord Chief Justice therewith; Bill ordered thereupon, 15. Vide infra. Dodsworth's Examination read; Copy to be taken by Clerk; Original to be delivered to Secretary of State; Dodsworth allowed Privilege, 17. Names of Persons, mentioned in his Examinations, read; Sir James Rushout, being sick, to send his Informations by Member; Informations presented, 20.
-, - Committee to prepare a Bill for securing the Government against them, 15 May. Committee added, 17. Report; Bill read, 19. Committed, 20 & 22. Report of Progress, 20.

Pardon, free, Bill, from Lords, read once, and passed, 22 May. Sent to Lords, 23.

Parliament prorogued by Commission, 7 & 28 July & 18 Aug.

Patents, Bill, from Lords, for avoiding certain Letters Patents, 12 May. Read, 17.
-, - true Copy to be annexed to any Bill for confirming them, 13 May.

Peirce, Richard, Petition, 7 Apr. Vide Legrand, Read, and rejected, 10.

Penryn new Writ, 22 Apr.

Petition, Copy thereof sent to Lords of Admiralty, 5 Apr.-Recommended to the King, 16 May.

Petitions rejected, 1 & 10 Apr. & 13 May.

Plympton Election, Petition to be heard at Bar, 24 Mar. Town Books for Six last Years to be produced, 29. Petition heard; Election declared void; new Writ ordered; Charter, granted by late King James, voted illegal; Resolution thereupon; Avent ordered into Custody, 14 Apr.-Election, Petition, 2 May.

Poll Tax. Vide Supply.

Poor, Bill from Lords, for making more effectual Statutes for relieving them, 2 Apr. Order for reading, 4. Read, 5. Read Second time, 9.-New Bill to the same Purport, ordered, and recommended to the Care of one Member, 21 Apr.

Portsmouth Election, Petition, 24 Mar.

Poundage. Vide Supply.

Powell, Sir Thomas, and Winifred, Petition for Bill to sell Lands to pay Debts; Bill ordered, 5 May. Read, 10. Committed, 12.

Power, John, Lord of Decies, Petition, 29 Apr. Vide Supply.

Preston Election, Petition, 25 Mar.

Price, Sir Carbury. Vide Privileges, infra.

Prideaux, Edmund, Petition for Bill to charge Lord Jeffreyes's Estate with Money; Bill ordered, and recommended to Care of Three Members, 8 Apr. Presented, 15. Read, 1 May.

Privileges and Elections, Committee appointed, 22 Mar.-Petition of Mr. Mountague, in execution at the Time of his Election, referred to a Committee, 25. Committees added, 27. Report to be made, 9 & 15 Apr. & 1 May. Made, 5 May. To be considered, 5 & 10.-Sir Hugh Owen's Complaint referred to the Committee, 2 Apr.-Information given, that Stafford was at the Lobby-door, delivering a seditious printed Pamphlet; Stafford examined, and ordered into Custody; Committee to inquite into the Authors and Publishers; Members to search Stafford's Lodgings; Report of several Papers found; Order to search other Places, 2. Report to be made, 3 & 24. Stafford to be delivered to the Care of his Father, 28.-Complaint that Mr. Rowe, a Member, had dispersed a printed Paper, reflecting on Members of last Parliament, 23. Mr. Rowe to attend, 23, 24 & 30. Serjeant to give him Notice, 24. Attends; Paper read; Debate thereon; Question, that Debate be adjourned, Neg. Resolution, that the Paper is a false and scandalous Libel, 2 May.-Sir Vere Fane's Complaint; Finch and Clapson ordered into Custody; Ditch to attend de die in diem, 30 Apr. Finch and Clapson to be brought to Bar; Ditch to attend, 5 May. Severally examined; Finch and Clapson discharged, 6.-Lord Ranelagh's Complaint; Purcell and Cummins ordered into Custody 13. Order for their Discharge, 16. Discharged, upon their Submission, 17.-Information given of a printed Paper delivered by Door-keeper; Door-keeper examined; Savile to attend, 14.-Sir Carbury Price's Complaint; Sir Thomas Williams ordered into Custody, 14.-Sir Christopher Wren's Complaint; Carington ordered into Custody, 16.-Privilege granted to a Witness, 17.

Prize Goods, Motion for Bill to transport them, Neg. 6 May.

Protections and written Certificates declared void, and no more to be granted, under Pain of Censure, 31 Mar.

Protestants, Question for Bill to naturalize them, Neg. 10 Apr.

Purcell. Vide Privileges, supra.

&Gul. & Mar. Parl. 2. Sess. 2. A. 1690, & 1691.

PAPISTS not to come near the House during the Session, 10 Dec.

Parliament prorogued by Commission, 26 May, 30 June, 3 Aug. & 5 Oct.

Patents, Bill, from Lords, for annulling certain Letters Patents, 29 Nov.

Petition rejected, 22 Dec.-withdrawn, 31.

Petitioners to be heard at Bar, 1 & 13 Nov. & 26 Dec.

Petworth, Vicarage of, Bill, from Lords, for annexing it to the Bishoprick of Chichester, 18 Nov. Read; Question for Second Reading, Neg. 24.

Philips, Francis, Bill, from Lords, for Sale of Lands, 24 Oct. Read, 27. Committed, 28. Reported, and passed, 29. Royal Assent, 10 Nov.

Philpot to be brought to a Committee by Marshal of King's Bench, 19 Nov. Vide King's Bench.

Physicians, Petition from the College, 27 Oct. Vide Surgeons.

Pin-making, Bill, from Lords, to encourage it, 24 Oct. Read, 27.

Pitt to be brought to a Committee by Warden of the Fleet, 19 Nov. Vide King's Bench.

Plantations, Petition of Merchants, and others, trading thither, for Bill to establish an Office for registering Servants; Bill ordered, 3 Dec.

Plymouth new Writ, 18 Oct.

Plympton Election, Petition, 14 Oct.

Pollexfen, Lord Chief Justice, and others, Petition; Petitioners to be heard at Bar, 13 Nov. Vide Prideaux.

Popish Seminaries. Vide Supply.

Portsmouth, Petition from, 22 Nov. Vide Surgeons.

Preston Election, Petitions, 16 & 17 Oct. To be heard at Bar, 22 Oct. 17 & 19 Nov. Heard-new Writ, 20.

Prettyman, Thomas, and others, Petition, 12 Nov. Vide Southwark.

Price. Vide Privileges, infra.

Prideaux, Edmund, Petition for Bill to charge Lord Jefferyes's Estate with Money; Bill ordered, 9 Oct. Read, 15. Committed, 10 Nov. Committees added, 11. 13. 15. 18, 19. & 28. Petition against Bill, presented, 13. Counsel to be heard at Bar, 13 Nov. 17. 22. & 26 Dec. Bill to be reported, 1. 3. 9 & 15 Dec. Reported; Report to be considered, 17. Considered, 26.

Prisoners. Vide Debtors.

Privileges and Elections, Committee appointed, 6 Oct.-Sir Joseph Herne's Complaint; Atkins, Knight, and Gardiner, ordered into Custody, 14.-Mr. Christie's Complaint; Brace and Whitebread ordered into Custody, 20. Their Petition, 30. To be brought by Serjeant, and heard at Bar, 30 & 31. Heard, and discharged, without paying Fees, 1 Nov.-Sir Samuel Grimston's Complaint; Mote, Lee, and Field, ordered into Custody, 21 Oct. Field's Petition, and Order for his Discharge, 28. Discharged, upon his Submission, 29. Lee's Petition, and Order for bringing to Bar, 6 Nov. Brought, and discharged upon his Submission, 7.-Mr. Vaughan's Complaint; Price, Mostyn, Green, and Wynne, ordered into Custody, 24 Oct. Price's Petition for himself, and the rest, 29. Price to be brought, and heard at Bar, 1 Nov. Brought, and discharged, by Member's Consent, 7. Rest discharged, by his Consent, 8. Their Petition to be read when Member is present, 29. Read, 21 Nov. Petitioners to be heard at Bar, 21 & 26 Nov. & 9 Dec.-Sir Carbury Price's Complaint; Knowles, Price, Vaughan, and Lewis, ordered into Custody, 24 Oct. Discharged, without being brought to Bar, by Member's Consent, 20 Dec.-Serjeant at Arms his Complaint, that one of his Messengers is arrested; Greenville ordered into Custody; Messenger to be demanded at the Gatehouse, 17 Nov. Grenvile discharged, upon his Submission, 20.-David Tucker's Petition referred to the Committee, 17 Dec. Special Report of Fact; Briggs ordered into Custody, 18. His Petition, 23. Reprimanded, and discharged, 5 Jan.-Colonel Lawson's Complaint; Rawson ordered into Custody, 30 Dec. Reprimanded, and discharged, upon his Submission, 5 Jan.-Mr. Guy's Servant arrested; Prisoner to be demanded by Serjeant; Moore, Armstrong, and Williams, ordered into Custody, 31 Mar. Reprimanded, and discharged, upon their Petitions, 28 Apr.- Sir Wm. Whitlock's Complaint; Tovey and Browning ordered into Custody, 28.-Mr. Godolphin's Complaint; White and Broadwater to be summoned by Serjeant, 28.-Lord Bulkley's Complaint referred to Speaker; Speaker, by Letter, to stop all Proceedings at Law, 28.

Protestants, French and Irish, Motion for relieving them, to be considered, 27 Dec. & 2 Jan.

Pye, Sir Robert, Petition for Bill to rectify a Mistake in a Marriage-settlement; Bill ordered, 17 Oct.

&Gul. & Mar. Parl. 2. Sess. 3. A. 1691, & 1692.

PARLIAMENT prorogued by Commission, 12 Apr. 24 May, 14 June, 11 July, & 26 Sept.

Paul's, St. Shadwell, Bill, from Lords, for incorporating the Proprietors of the Water-works, 25 Jan. Read, 4 Feb. Committed, 10. Committees added, 16. Bill reported, 18. Passed, with Amendments, 20. Amendments agreed to by Lords, 22. Royal Assent, 24.

Petition recommended by King, 17 Feb.

Petitioners called in to own their Petition, 27 Nov.

Petitions offered, but not received, 4 Nov. & 29 Dec.-withdrawn, 7 & 9 Nov. 1, 2. 5. & 19 Dec. & 1 Jan.

Pinmakers Company, Petition for Bill to settle their Trade; Question that Bill be ordered, Neg. 18 Nov.

Plantations, foreign, Petition for Bill to register Servants therein, referred to a Committee, 2 Nov. Report; Bill ordered, 7. Read, 19. Committed, 27. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 10 Dec. Order for Third Reading, 15. Read; Question for passing, Neg. 16.
-, - Sugar, Petition relating to Duties on Spirits from Melasses, referred to a Committee; Instruction to consider of Impositions on Sugar outwards, 18 Dec. Petitions presented, and referred, 22 Dec. & 3 Feb. Committees added, 31 Dec. 7 Jan. 13 & 16 Feb. Report re-committed; Petitioners to be heard before Committee, 3 Feb.

Plaster. Vide Brick.

Plympton Election, Petition, 27 Oct. Withdrawn, 5 Dec.

Poll Tax. Vide Supply.

Poor, Committee to prepare Bill for Settlement of them; Question that all who come have Voices, Neg. 7 Nov. Report; Bill presented, 24. Read, 1 Dec. Committed; Petition presented, and referred, 10. Committees added, 7 & 9 Jan. Bill to be reported, 26. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 27. Passed, 4 Feb. Returned from Lords, with Amendments; Amendments agreed to, 13. Royal Assent, 24.

Portsmouth, Petition from, 10 Dec. Vide Poor, supra.

Preston, Mr. and Lord Crone. Vide Address.-Their Confessions and Examinations presented; to be proceeded on, 2 Dec. Read, 9.

Prisoners. Vide Debtors.

Privateers. Vide France.

Privileges and Elections, Committee appointed, 22 Oct. Privilege not allowed to Members only Trustees, 2 Nov.- Complaint of Bribery at an Election, referred to the Committee, 2.-Complaint of a Pamphlet, intituled, "Mercurius Reformatus;" Baldwyn and Author ordered into Custody, 9. Baldwyn to be brought to Bar, 20. Examined; his Petition read; reprimanded, and discharged, 21. Dr. Wellwood's Petition, 27. Order for his Discharge, 27 & 28. Reprimanded, and discharged, 30.-Privilege granted to Witnesses, 1 Jan. & 20 Feb.-Information of a printed Paper delivered at the Door, reflecting on the Proceedings of House, referred to Committee on Debtors Bill, 12 Jan. Vide Debtors. -Mr. Backwell's Complaint; Roberts and Johnston ordered into Custody, 2 Feb. Roberts's Petition, and Order for his Discharge, 9. Reprimanded, and discharged; Johnston's Petition, and Order for his Discharge, 10. Reprimanded, and discharged, 11.

Putt, Sir Thomas, Bill, from Lords, to lease Estate for Payment of Debts and Portions, 18 Nov. Read, 21. Committed, 25. Reported, 30. Passed, 1 Dec. Royal Assent, 24.

&Gul. & Mar. Parl. 2. Sess. 4. A. 1692, & 1693.

POWELL, Barnham, Bill, from Lords, to settle Lands for Provision for younger Children, 23 Dec. Read, 9 Jan. Committed, 18. Reported, and passed; Royal Assent, 20.

Printers, and others, Petition, 17 Feb. Vide Laws.

Price, Daniel. Vide Privileges, infra.
-, - Roger, Bill from Lords, to sell Lands for Payment of Portions, 24 Jan. Read, 4 Feb. Committed, 9. Petition against Bill, presented, and referred, 4 & 9. Committees added, 10. Bill reported, 24. Passed, with Amendments, 28. Amendments agreed to by Lords, 6 Mar.
-, - Mary, and others, Petition, 4 Feb. Vide Price, supra.

Prisoners. Vide Debtors.

Privileges and Elections, Committee appointed, 4 Nov. Report referred, 8 Mar.-Information given, that Mr. Musgrave, a Member, was disfranchised by Order of the Council of Carlisle; Order read; Town Clerk examined; Resolution thereupon; How, Nicholson, Jackson, and Monckhouse, ordered into Custody, 14 Nov. Their Petition, and Order for Discharge of some, 5 Dec. Reprimanded, and discharged, for the present; Mr. Musgrave to be restored, 7.-Sir John Bland's Complaint; Lake, Rawson, and Nunnes, ordered into Custody, 15 Nov. Their Petition, and Order for their Discharge, 6 Dec. Rawson and Nunnes reprimanded, and discharged; Lake discharged, without a Reprimand, on account of Illness, 7.-Sir John Guise's Complaint; Dent, Loder, and Smith, ordered into Custody, 15 Nov. Discharged, without paying Fees, 18.-Mr. Lloyd's Complaint; Williams and Price ordered into Custody, 16. Their Petition referred to the Committee, 30. Report, 10 Dec. Another Petition, and Order for their Discharge, 12. Reprimanded, and discharged, 13.-Sir Wm. Bassett's Complaint referred to the Committee; Committee to summon Cloke and Daubin, 22 Nov. Report; Cloke and Daubin ordered into Custody, 28 Jan.-Sir Carbury Price's Complaint of an Information of Intrusion in the Exchequer; Privilege allowed him, 26 Nov.-Select Committee to consider Privileges in relation to Law-suits, 12 Dec. Committees added, 20. Report to be made, 21. Made, 23. To be considered, 23. 30, & 31 Dec. 2, 3. 11. 17. 20. & 27 Jan. Question for considering it immediately, Neg. 17 Jan.-Colonel Deane's Complaint; Holt ordered into Custody, 19. His Petition, and Order for his Discharge out of Custody, and from being a Sollicitor, 3 Feb. Reprimanded, and discharged, 4.-Complaint of a printed Pamphlet of dangerous Consequence to their Majesties, and to the Liberties of the Subject, and Peace of the Kingdom; Bohun ordered into Custody; Baldwyn summoned, examined, and discharged for the present; Bentley to be summoned, 20 Jan. Bentley and Bohun examined; Resolution thereupon. Vide Address. Pamphlet to be burnt by common Hangman, 21. Serjeant and Sheriffs to see it performed, 23. Manuscript and Letter to be re-delivered to Bentley, 24. Conference desired by Lords thereupon, agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, and reported; Managers bring a Vote, that asserting King William and Queen Mary to be King and Queen by Conquest, is injurious to their Majesties, inconsistent with the Principles on which this Government is founded, and tends to subvert the Rights of the People; Vote of House, to same Purport, to be communicated to Lords; Conference desired thereupon, agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, and reported, 25. Bohun's Petition, and Order for his Discharge, 27. Reprimanded, and discharged, 28.-Complaint of a printed Pamphlet; Debate thereon adjourned, 21 Jan. Resumed; previous Question, that it be burnt by common Hangman, Affirmative; Resolution, and Order thereupon, 23.- Complaint of a printed Book; Question for bringing it up, Neg. 23.-Complaint of counterfeited Franks; Order thereupon; Butler ordered into Custody, 1 Feb. His Petition, and Order for his Discharge, 7. Reprimanded, and discharged, 8. -Mr. Mansell's Complaint; Orders thereupon to Mayor of Harwich, and Commissioners of Transports, 2. Mayor's Letter, with loose Papers, read, and delivered to Sir Edward Seymour, 8. Presented by him to King, and King's Answer, 9.-Mr. Lutlerell's Complaint referred to a Committee, 7.-Information given, that several Men were pressed for Land Service; Witnesses examined; Captain Winter ordered into Custody; Serjeant to bring Bright, Davis, and the pressed Men, to House; Speaker to issue his Warrant accordingly; Witnesses to go with Serjeant; Davis, and several pressed Men, examined, and discharged, and their Irons taken off; Davis to attend again; Serjeant, and Clerk-Assistant, to take Account of other Persons in Davis and Bright's Custody, and receive Books of Imprisonments and Discharges; Nash, Scott, Penny, and Robinson, to attend, 27. Severally examined; Winter to be examined by Lord Chief Justice; Anderson to give his Information; Davis ordered into Custody; Scott, Penny, and Robinson, dismissed from further Attendance, 28. Davis's Petition, and Order for his Discharge, 6 Mar. Reprimanded, and discharged, 7. Books to be re-delivered to Davis, 9.-Member suspended from Privilege during Nonattendance, 8.-has Leave to waive Privilege, 13.



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