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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. Sess. 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.

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

RADNOR Borough Election, Petition, 23 Jan. Order for hearing, 28 Mar. Report, 15 Apr.

Ramsden, Mr. Vide Privileges.

Reading. Vide Privileges.

Rebellion. Vide Army, and Attainder.

Religion. Vide Declaration.-grand Committee appointed, 22 Jan.

Rents, Committee to consider Reasons of the Fall of them, 4 May. Committees added, 22 May, 22 & 29 June.

Reports read Paragraph by Paragraph, 7 & 8 Feb.-Report recommitted, on account of Non-attendance of several Committees, 22 Mar.-Chairman being sick, to be made by another Member, 22 Apr. 26 June, & 31 July.-Report sealed up, 3 July.-to be considered the next Meeting after the Recess, 16.-of free Conference to be entered in the Journals, 29.

Returns, Double Returns. Vide Elections.

Revenue. Vide Supply.

Rich, Sir Peter. Vide Privileges.

Richmond new Writ, 28 Jan.
-, - and Lenox, Duchess of, Petition, 20 July. Vide Supply.

Rights of Subjects, Vote, that imprisoning, or punishing, by a military Officer, any Person not in actual Service or Pay, is a Violation thereof, 14 Aug.

Rootes. Vide Privileges.

Rowe, Sir Thomas, Petition, 13 May. Vide Westminster.

Russell, Lord, Bill, from Lords, to reverse Attainder, read twice, and committed, 11 Mar. Reported, and passed, with Amendments; Amendments agreed to by Lords; Royal Assent, 16.
-, - Lady, Petition, 25 June. Vide Westminster.

Rye Election, Petition, 22 Jan. Report; Right of Election determined; Return to be amended, 1 Apr. Amended, 6.

Ryegate Election, Petitions, 22 & 26 Jan. Report; Return to be amended, 1 Mar. Amended, 4.

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

RADNOR, Earl of, Bill, from Lords, for making a Jointure, 17 Jan. Read, 18. Committed, 21. Passed, 22. Royal Assent, 27.

Ransome. Vide Privileges.

Reignolds, Captain. Vide Privileges.

Religion, grand Committee appointed, 23 Oct.

Revenue. Vide Supply.

Rice. Vide Navy.

Richard. Vide Privileges.

Richardson to be prosecuted for illegal Usage of Prisoners, 28 Oct.

Robinson. Vide Stockbridge.

Rogerson, John, Bill for naturalizing him, and others, read; Parties take Oaths, 6 & 11 Dec. Bill committed, 9. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 11. Passed, 12. Agreed to by Lords; Royal Assent, 16.

Roscommon, Countess of, Petition, 20 Nov. Vide Walcot.

Russell, Lady Rachel, Petition, 1 Nov. Vide Westminster.

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

RADNOR, new Election, Petition, 6 Oct. Report; Right of Election determined; Return to be amended, 12 Nov. Amended, 13.

Rampaine, Charles, Petition, 12 Dec. Vide York-buildings.

Rawson. Vide Privileges.

Religion, grand Committee appointed, 2 Oct.

Retford, East, new Writ, 2 Oct.

Returns, Double Returns. Vide Elections.

Richmond and Lenox, Duchess of, Petition relating to Aulnage Bill; Question for reading, Neg. 1 Dec.

Robberies, Bill to prevent them, ordered, and recommended to the Care of Two Members, 30 Oct. Presented, 22 Nov. Read, 29. Order for Second Reading, 4 Dec.

Roberts, Richard, and Wife, Petition for Bill to sell Lands for Payment of Debts; Bill ordered, 18 Nov.

Romney, New, Election, Petition, 8 Oct.

Rosseter, John, Petition for Bill to sell Lands for Payment of Debts; Bill ordered, 31 Oct. Read, 21 Nov. Committed, 5 Dec. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 18. Passed, 20. Agreed to by Lords, 31. Royal Assent, 5 Jan.

Rye Election, Petition, 6 Oct. Report, 12 Nov.

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

RADNOR, New, Election, Petition, 25 Mar.

Ranelagh, Lord. Vide Privileges.

Rawlins, Benjamin, Petition, 30 Apr. Vide African.

Recusants, Popish, Bill to explain Act 25 Car. 11. for preventing Dangers from them, ordered, and recommended to the Care of one Member, 10 May.

Religion, grand Committee appointed, 22 Mar.

Rent, Bill to enable Sale of Goods distrained, ordered, and presented, 28 Mar. Read, 29. Committed, 5 Apr. Committees added, 9. Bill reported, and to be ingrossed, 22. Passed, 26. Sent to Lords, 28. Agreed to by them, 30. Royal Assent, 2 May.

Return in several Indentures not double, 22 Mar.-Order that Returns be amended by the House only, 12 Apr.

Returns, Double Returns, Vide Elections.

Revenue. Vide Supply.

Richmond House, Petition of Workmen employed in fitting it up, 25 Apr. Vide Supply.
-, - and Lenox, Duchess of, Petition, touching Aulnage Bill, to be heard at Bar by Counsel, 9 May.

Romney, New, Election, Petition, 31 Mar.

Rowe, Mr. Vide Privileges.

Rye Election, Petition, 24 Mar. Report to be made, 20 May.

Ryegate Election, Petition, 24 Mar.

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

RACKETT, Michael, Petition, 26 Jan. Vide Bankrupts.

Radcliffe. Vide Privileges.

Religion, grand Committee appointed, 22 Oct.

Returns, Double Returns. Vide Elections.

Rippon new Writ, 22 Oct.

Roberts. Vide Privileges.
-, - Richard, Bill, from Lords, to sell Lands for Payment of Debts and Portions, 4 Dec. Order for Second Reading, 14. Committed, 15. Committee revived, 16. Bill reported, 23. Passed; Royal Assent, 31.

Rochester new Writ, 22 Oct.

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

RATES, Book of. Vide Supply.

Rawson. Vide Privileges.

Redrith, Petition from, read, and withdrawn, 20 Feb.

Religion, grand Committee appointed, 4 Nov.

Returns, Double Returns. Vide Elections.

Richmond and Lenox, Duchess of, Petition offered, but not received, 1 Feb.

Robinson, Captain, Information given, that he had no Orders to intercept, or take, the French Fleet going to Dunkirk; Matter referred to a Committee, 3 Feb.
-, - Francis. Vide Privileges.

Russell, Admiral, thanked for his Courage and Conduct in a late Victory, 11 Nov. Vote, that he behaved with Fidelity, Courage, and Conduct, 20 Dec.

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

SACKVILLE, Colonel. Vide Privileges.

Saltworks. Vide Droitwich.

Sandys, Thomas, and others, Petition, 23 Apr. Vide EastIndia.

Sarum new Election, Petition, 22 Jan. Report; Right of Election determined, 1 Apr.-new Writ, 10 May.
-, - old Election, Petition. 22 Jan. To be heard at Bar, 21 Feb. 9 & 13 Mar. Witnesses to be summoned, 25 Feb. Heard; Right of Election determined; Election declared void; and new Writ ordered, 14 Mar. Another Petition to be heard at Bar, 5 Apr. Withdrawn, 12.

Sawyer, Sir Robert, to attend, 13 July.

Scarborough new Writ, 1 Feb.

Schomberg, Frederick, Count, Bill for naturalizing him, read, 3 Apr. Parties take Oaths, 4 & 5. Manner of receiving him, and others, 4. Bill committed, 5. Reported, to be ingrossed, and passed, 8. Agreed to by Lords; Royal Assent, 9.
-, - his Services and Losses to be considered, 24 Apr. Vide Supply.
-, - desires to wait on the House; Manner of receiving him; his Speech; Speaker's Answer, 16 July.

Sea Officers. Vide Navy.
-, - Forces. Vide Supply.

Serjeant appointed by the House, 22 Jan.-to keep Stairs and Passages free, 22.-to lock up Speaker's Chamber, 28.-to clear the Gallery, 29 Jan. & 26 Feb.-being sick, Clerk to clear the Speaker's Chamber and Gallery, 2 Feb.-sent, without the Mace, for Members at a Conference, not of the Committee, 6.-sent to the Tower, and other Prisons, to demand Copies of Commitments of State Prisoners, 5 Mar.- to take into Custody a Person to be named by Chairman of Committee, for refusing to attend, 7.-to inquire why several Rooms are not kept for the Use of the Parliament, 25.-impowered to take Bail, 8 Apr.-sent for Members to attend, 24 Apr.-sent to summon Offenders, 8 May.-to take into Custody Members going into Country without Leave, 11 May.-His Petition, 4 June. Vide Privileges.-complained of for demanding Fees for Counsels attending Committees, 28.

Severn, Bill relating to fishing therein, ordered, 29 Apr. Read, 4 May.

Seyes, Richard, Petition, 24 July. Vide Aulnage.

Seymor, Sir Joseph, Petition, 23 July. Vide Supply.

Sherrard, Lord. Vide Privileges.

Ships, foreign-built, Petition for Bill to prolong the Time for wearing them out; Bill ordered, 6 July.

Shirley, Hannah, and Daughter, Bill, from Lords, to settle and dispose of Lands, 17 July. Read, 25. Committed, 26. Reported, and passed, 30. Royal Assent, 20 Aug.

Shute, Samuel, Petition, 2 Apr. Vide Grievances.

Sicklinghall, Petition of Inhabitants relating to Collectors and Receivers of Money on a Brief for Fire, referred to a Committee, 4 July. Petition presented, and referred, 8.

Sidney, Algernoon, Bill, from Lords, for annulling Attainder, 26 Apr. Read, 29. Committed, 6 May. Reported, and passed, with Amendments; Amendments agreed to by Lords, 8. Royal Assent, 11.

Simony, Bill relating to it, read, 23 Mar. Committed, 28. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 16 Apr. Passed, 17. Returned from Lords, with Amendments, 25. Amendments agreed to, 2 May. Royal Assent, 11.

Smelt. Vide Privileges.

Smith, Sir James. Vide Brent.
-, - Sir Wm. Vide Cartwright.
-, - Thomas, Petition, 17 July. Vide Supply.
-, - John. Vide Privileges.

Snow, Sir Jeremiah, Petition, 17 July. Vide Supply.

Solley, Bill to make good a Title of Lands sold to him, ordered, 22 Apr. Read, 1 May. Committed, 8 Reported, and to be ingrossed, 23. Passed, 27. Agreed to by Lords, 4 June. Royal Assent, 22.

Southampton County new Writ, 4 Feb.

Southwark. Vide Westminster.
-, - Petitions from, 22 Apr. Vide Hackney Coaches.-1 May. Vide Leather.
-, - Election, Petition; Question, that Petitioners be called in to own it, Neg. 26 Jan. Report; Right of Election determined, 2 May.

Sparke. Vide Privileges.

Speaker chosen-with the House and Mace, attends the Prince of Orange at St. James's, 22 Jan. At Whitehall, 13 Feb. -attends the King at Whitehall, 5 & 8 Mar. & 12 Apr.- goes to St. Margaret's to hear Sermons, 30 & 31 Jan. & 5 June.-to issue Warrants for summoning Witnesses, 25 Feb. 17 May, & 24 July. For taking into Custody a Person to be named by the Chairman of a Committee, for refusing to attend, 7 Mar. For Writ of Habeas Corpus, 26 July.- Thanks the City of London for their Address to the House, 13 Mar. Thanks Admiral Herbert, for his Service at Sea, 21 May.-delivers a Message from the King, relating to the Coronation, 5 Apr. Another, relating to Commissioners for the Poll Bill, 8 May.-thanked, and desired to print his Speech on presenting the Poll Bill, 3 May.-His Answer to Duke Schomberg, 13 July.

Speke, George, Petition, complaining of unjust Prosecution, referred to a Committee, 10 May. Other Petitions presented, and referred, 18. 20. 24 & 27 May, and 4 June. Committees added, 18 & 27 May, and 12 June. Report, 20 May. Committee revived, 12 June.

Stanton, Petition from, 8 July. Vide Sicklinghall.

Stockbridge new Writ, 20 Sept.

Stonehouse, Sir John. Vide Abingdon.

Street, Sir Thomas, to attend, 17 June. Examined, 18.

Strand, Petition from, 22 Apr. Vide Hackney Coaches.

Subject, Committee to prepare Bill to settle the Succession, and establish the Rights of the Subject, 5 Mar. Committee revived, 22. Order relating to Bill, 17 Apr. Bill read, 20. Committed, 24 & 27. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 1 May. Order for Third Reading, 6 & 7. Passed, 8. Lords Amendments to be read, 6 June. Read, and Debate thereon adjourned, 19. Resumed; Clause committed; Amendment disagreed to, 21. Committee revived, 26 June, 1 & 2 July. Committee to make Report, 5. Reported, with Amendments; Committee to assign Reasons, 9. Reasons reported, and Conference desired, 11. Conference held, and reported, 12. Free Conference desired, 18. Lords desire a free Conference; agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, and reported, 31.

SUPPLY, King's Speech to be considered, 18. 25. & 28 Feb. 8. 9. 11. 13. 15. 18. & 22 Mar. Considered, 19, 20. & 26 Feb. 11. 14. 19. & 23 Mar. Report of Progress; Account presented from the Committee, 14. Report of Resolutions, that Lords and Commons, now sitting, are the Two Houses of Parliament, 20 Feb.-that House be moved for Leave to bring in a Bill to collect the Arrears of Revenue in the Two last Reigns, to 24 June 1689, 11 Mar.-that House be moved to go into a Committee to consider the Revenue, and the constant necessary Charge of supporting the Crown-to order such Estimates as shall be necessary in that Consideration-to order an Account of the Excise, 19 Mar.-to desire an Estimate what Fleet will be necessary for the Summer's Service-to desire Information what the mutual Obligations of Assistance are by Treaties between this Crown and Holland, 23.
-, - Donative for foreign Forces desired, 21 Feb.
-, - Motion for settling a Revenue on the Crown, to be considered in a Committee of whole House, 26 & 27 Feb. Considered, and Report of Resolutions, that House be moved to order the yearly Value of the Revenue, 27.-that an annual Revenue be settled-that House be moved to appoint a Committee to consider annual Charge of Land and Sea-Forces, and Ordnance, in Time of Peace, 20 Mar.
-, - Motion for an Aid, to be considered in a Committee of whole House, 27 Feb. Considered, and Report of Grant, and Manner of raising it; Bill ordered thereupon, 28. Vide infra.
-, - Motion for Supply, to defray the Charge of the Dutch in their Expedition to England, to be considered in a Committee of the whole House, 14 Man Considered, and Report of Grant, 15.
-, - State of Ireland to be considered in a Committee of whole House, 19 & 20 Mar. & 3 Apr. Considered, and Report of Estimates delivered to Committee, 21 Mar. Report of Resolution, that House be moved to impower Committee to consider of Ways to raise a Supply towards reducing Ireland; Committee appointed accordingly, 4 Apr. Vide infra.
-, - Motion for Supply towards reducing Ireland, to be considered in a Committee of whole House, 21 Mar. Question, that Speaker leave the Chair; Neg. Resolution that he leave Chair; Report of Grant, 22.
-, - Committee to consider the annual Charge of Land and Sea-Forces, and Ordnance, in Time of Peace; Estimate and Treaty referred; Committees added, 26 Mar. Report of Resolutions, that House be moved to order Commissioners of the Admiralty to attend Committee, 21-relating to the Number of Ships and Men-to the Sum for maintaining them-to the Charge of Guards and Garrisons-to the Charge of the Office of Ordnance-Chairman delivers in an Account of the Number of Ships, with their Stations and Quality, and the Number of Men, necessary in Time of Peace; he acquaints House with Estimate of the Ordinary of the Navy, and Office of Ordnance; Report referred to Committee on Revenue- further Report relating to the Estimate of the Navy in Time of War; to lie on the Table, 5 Apr.
-, - Extract of Treaty with Holland, ordered, 23 Mar. Presented, and referred to Committee on Land and Sea-Forces, and Ordnance, 26. Vide supra.
-, - Motion for providing a Revenue for Princess of Denmark; Resolution thereupon, 26 Mar. Vide infra.
-, - Motion for Supply for the Navy, to be considered in a Committee of whole House, 20. 22, 23, 24, 25, & 26 Apr. Accounts presented, and referred; to be entered in Journals, 27. Report of Resolutions relating to the Sum to be allowed out of the publick Revenue-to the Sum to be granted towards the Occasions and Service of the Navy, 25.-that the Perpetuities, the Sum to Queen Dowager, the Sum to Judges, Masters in Chancery, and Judges of Wales, the Perpetuities out of Customs, & c. (except as excepted) the Provision for Prince and Princess of Denmark, the Sum towards Supply of the Navy and Ordnance with respect thereto, be Part of the Charge of the Civil Government, 27.

Ways and Means for raising the Supply. King's Speech to be considered in a Committee of whole House, 18. 25. & 28 Feb. 8. 9. 11. 13. 15. 18. & 22 Mar. Considered, 19, 20. & 26 Feb. 11. 14. 19. & 25 Mar. Report of Progress; Account presented from the Committee, 14. of Resolutions, that Lords and Commons, now sitting, are the Two Houses of Parliament, 20 Feb.-that House be moved for Leave to bring a Bill for collecting Arrears of the Revenue in the Two last Reigns till 24 June 1689, 11 Mar. -that House be moved to go into a Committee to consider the Revenue, and constant necessary Charge of supporting the Crown; to order such Estimates as are necessary in that Consideration-to order an Account of the Excise, 19.-that House be moved to direct the Committee to desire an Estimate what Fleet will be necessary for Summer's Service-to desire Information what the mutual Obligations of Assistance are between this Crown and Holland, 23.
-, - Committee to consider Ways for raising Supply towards reducing Ireland; considered, and Report of Grant of Poll Tax, 4 Apr. Vide Poll, infra.
-, - Committee to receive Proposals for raising Money on Security of Lands forfeited in Ireland, 30 Apr. Revived, and Order for sitting, 23 & 25 May.
-, - Committee to inquire why no more Money is raised on Land Tax Bill, 16 Apr.
-, - Motion for taxing Shopkeepers, and others, of Five hundred Pounds personal Estate, as Gentlemen, to be considered in a Committee of whole House, 26 Apr. Considered, and Report of Resolution, that House be moved for Leave to bring in a Bill for such a Tax; Bill ordered thereupon, 27. Vide infra.
-, - Ways and Means to raise Supply for Navy, to be considered in a Committee of whole House; Committee to proceed de die in diem, 27 Apr. & 9 May. Considered, 29 & 30 Apr. & 10 May. Report of Resolutions for raising the Supply by a Tax on Ground-rents-by an additional Excise on Liquors, except as excepted; Bill ordered thereupon. Vide infra.
-, - Committee to inquire what Excise, additional Taxes on Ground-rents, and Forfeitures, may produce, 9 May. Revived, and Order for sitting, 14. Report of Resolutions relating to Forfeitures and additional Excise; Chairman acquaints House, that Committee had no probable Grounds to make an Estimate as to Ground-rents; particular Members to bring in their Lists of Forfeitures, 15.
-, - Ways and Means to raise Money already voted, to be considered in a Committee of whole House, 9 May. Considered, and Report of Resolution for raising it by a Land Tax, 10. Vide infra.

Bills of Supply. Bill for Grant of present Aid, ordered, 28 Feb. Read, 1 Mar. Committed, 4, 5, 6, 7 & 8. Lists of Commissioners ordered, 4. Report of Progress, 6, 7, & 8. Bill to be reported, 9. Reported; Consideration thereof adjourned, 12. Resumed; Bill to be ingrossed, 13. Passed, 18. Agreed to by Lords, 20. Royal Assent, 21.
-, - Bill to prevent Doubts about collecting the Revenue, ordered, 11 Mar. Read, 18 Apr. Committed; Instruction to enlarge the Time of collecting, 19. Bill reported, and to be ingrossed, 24. Passed, 26. Returned from Lords, with Amendments, 29. Amendments agreed to, 30. Royal Assent, 1 May.
-, - Committee to prepare Heads for Poll Bill; Heads reported; Bill ordered, 4 Apr. Read, 13. Committed, 15, 16, 17, & 18. Report of Progress, 17 & 18. Bill to be reported, 20. Reported; Resolution of the Committee relating to the appointing Commissioners, disagreed to, 22. Amendments considered; Committee to prepare Clause to impower the Crown to name Commissioners; Bill to be ingrossed, 23. Passed, 26. Agreed to by Lords, 29. Royal Assent, 1 May.
-, - additional Bill for Poll Tax, ordered; Instruction relating to Inns of Court and Chancery, 27 Apr. Read, 2 May. Committed, reported, and to be ingrossed, 3. Order for Third Reading, 4. Passed, 6. Returned from Lords, with Amendments; Amendments in Part disagreed to; Committee to assign Reasons; Care thereof recommended to one Member, 9. Report of Reasons re-committed, 15. Committees added, 15 & 18. Report from Re-commitment; Conference with Lords desired, agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, 22. Another Conference, desired by Lords, agreed to; Managers appointed; additional Manager; Conference held, and reported, 27. Debate thereon adjourned, 27 & 28. Resumed; Question, that House do agree to Lords Amendments, Neg. free Conference to be desired; Managers added, 28. Free Conference desired, and agreed to, 30. Held, and reported; another free Conference, desired by Lords, agreed to; Managers appointed; free Conference held, and reported; Resolutions thereupon, 31.
-, - Bill for additional Excise, ordered, 30 Apr. Order for presenting, 9 May. Committed, 6 & 28 June, 2 & 3 July. Clause for Exportation of Corn from Berwick, ordered, 6 June. Report of Progress, 2 & 3 July. Bill to be reported, 4. Reported; Debate thereon; Instruction to make the Amendments agreeable to the Debate, 10. Amendments reported; Bill to be ingrossed, 11. Passed, 15. Agreed to by Lords, 18. Royal Assent. 25.
-, - Bill for appropriating pecuniary Forfeitures to publick Use, ordered; Instructions, 30 Apr. Members to deliver Estimates what they may produce in each County, 1 May. To deliver them to the Clerk, 3. Bill read, 15. Committed, 18 July.
-, - Bill for laying Tax on Ground-rents on new Foundations, ordered; Provision to be made against the Increase of new Building, 30 Apr. Order for presenting, 9 May. Read, 27.
-, - Bill for Land Tax, ordered, 13 May. Read, 23. Order for Second Reading, 27. Committed, 28 May, & 3 June. Committee to sit de die in diem, 28 May. Clause of Credit ordered, 3 June. Report of Progress, 30 May, & 3 June. Bill to be reported, 6. Reported; Clause for lessening Fees in the Exchequer, committed, 10. Reported; Proviso committed, 11. Committee revived; Committees added, 13 & 14. Order for sitting, and making Report, 14 Proviso reported; Bill to be ingrossed, 15. Passed, 17. Sent to Lords, 18. Agreed to by them, 20. Royal Assent, 22.
-, - additional Bill for appointing Commissioners to execute Land Tax Act, ordered, 3 Aug. Read twice, and to be ingrossed, 8. Passed, 9. Agreed to by Lords, 10. Royal Assent, 20.
-, - Bill for an additional Custom on Coffee, Tea, and Chocolate, read, 19 June. Committed, 20 & 28. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 29. Passed, 10 July. Returned from Lords, with Amendments; Amendments disagreed to; Committee to assign Reasons, 24. To withdraw, and sit during the Sitting of the House, 25. Report of Reasons; Conference, desired by Lords, agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, and reported; Lords Amendments disagreed to; same Committee to prepare for a free Conference; Committees added, 27.
-, - Bill for settling a Revenue on the Crown, ordered, 22 June. Clauses for vesting in the Crown Lands belonging to the late Queen Mary, and for freeing the Revenue from all Incumbrances, ordered, 12 July. Bill read, 15. Order for Second Reading, 16. Committed, 17. 22. 24, 25, 26. 29, & 30 July, 2, 3. 5. 7, & 8 Aug. Petitions presented, and referred, 17, 18, 19, 20. 22, 23, 24, 25, 26. 29, & 30 July, 5. 7, & 8 Aug. Order, relating to the Princess of Denmark, referred, 17 July. Motion, that the List of Perpetuities and Pensions be referred; Debate thereon adjourned, 20. Clause for repealing Acts, which settle the Revenue on the late King, ordered, 24. Report of Progress, 25, 26. 29, & 30 July, & 7 Aug. Committee to prepare a Clause for continuing the Book of Rates till a new one is settled, 25 July. Clause reported, and referred to Committee on Bill, 26. Report of Resolutions, that House be moved for Leave to bring in a Bill for enlarging the Time for the Duties imposed on the Plantations by Act 1 Jac. II. 5 Aug.-that there be an additional Provision for Princess of Denmark; Debate thereon adjourned-for Leave to bring in a Bill to defray the Charges of the Dutch in their Expedition to England; Bill ordered thereupon, 9. Vide infra.
-, - Bill for enlarging the Time for Duties imposed on the Plantations by Act 1 Jac. II. ordered, 9 Aug.
-, - Bill to defray the Charge of the Dutch Expedition to England, ordered, 9 Aug. Read twice, committed, reported, and to be ingrossed, 10. Petition against Bill, read; Bill passed, 12. Agreed to by Lords, 15. Royal Assent, 20.

Resolution of the Committee on Ways and Means disagreed to, viz. That Justices of Peace, and Persons named by the House, be Commissioners to put the Poll Act in Execution, 22 Apr.

Sussex, Earl of, Petition, 17 July. Vide Supply, supra.

Swadden, Thomas, Petition, 4 June. Vide Speke, supra.

Swynocke, Samuel, Petition, 2 Apr. Vide Grievances.



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