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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.

WAINE. Vide Cartwright.

Wales; Bill for taking away Court of Marches therein, ordered, 23 Feb. Read, 25. Petitions against the Bill, presented, and referred, 27 Feb. 28 Mar. & 8 Apr. Petition in favour of the Bill presented, and referred, 23 Mar. Order for Second Reading of the Bill, 7 Mar. Committed, 23. Committee revived, and Order for sitting, 26. Committees added, 28. Committee to receive Petitions, 12 Apr. Bill to be reported, 20. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 25. Passed, 29. Question, that a Committee be appointed to consider the Case of Patent Officers, Neg. Bill returned from Lords, with Amendments; Amendments agreed to, 29 June. Royal Assent, 25 July.

Walker, Sir Wm. Vide Brent.

Wallingford Election, and double Return, Petitions, 22 Jan. Report, Right of Election determined, and Return amended. 21 Feb.

Walter. Vide Privileges.

Wareham new Writ, 19 Mar.

Warren, Sir Wm. Petition, 8 Aug. Vide Supply.

Watts. Vide Attainder.

Weavers of London and Canterbury, their Petition, 5 July. Vide Wool, infra.-another Petition; Question for reading it, Neg. 13 Aug.-Committee to inquire who were the Authors of the Tumult made by Weavers, 16.

Westminster, Southwark, and Tower Hamlets, Bill for Courts of Conscience therein, ordered, 20 Mar. Read, 25. Order for Second Reading, 26. Committed, 3 Apr. Committees added, 4 & 17. Bill to be reported, 7 & 13 May. Petition presented, and referred; Committee revived, and Order for sitting; Committees added, 13. Bill to be reported, 13 & 20 May, 12 & 19 June. Reported; Petitions read; Consideration of Report adjourned, 25.
-, - and other Places within the Bills of Mortality, Bill for paving and cleansing the Streets thereof, ordered, 24 Apr.

Whitacre. Vide Privileges.

White, Samuel, Petitions, 18 Apr. & 13 July. Vide East India.

Whitgrave. Vide Privileges.

Wickham, John, Petition of Executors, 2 Apr. Vide Grievances.

Wild. Vide Cricklade.

Williams, Sir Wm. Custos Brevium of King's Bench, to attend, with Records relating to that Court, 11 June. Records presented, 13. Order for reading, 5. 9, 10, & 11 July. Read; Resolution, and Order thereupon, 12.-Bill to reverse Judgment against Sir Wm. ordered, 12. Read, 18. Order for Second Reading; Sir Robert Sawyer to attend in his Place, 19. Attends; to be heard at Bar; Bill read Second time, 22. Witnesses for both Parties to be heard, 24. Graham, a Prisoner in the Tower, to be brought by Governor, 26.
-, - Vide Grievances, and Privileges.

Willmore, John, Petition, 18 May. Vide Speke.

Winchester, Marquis of, his Steward. Vide Comyns.
-, - Marquis of. Vide Privileges.

Windham, Anne, Petition, 23 July. Vide Supply.

Windsor, New, Election; Report; Right of Election determined, 2 May. Further Report-new Writ, 14. Election, Petition, 4 June. Report, 6 Aug.

Wire. Vide Iron.

Withens, Sir Francis, to attend, 13 June. Examined, 14. Excepted out of the Bill of Indemnity, 18.

Witnesses to be summoned by Speaker's Warrant, 25 Feb. 17 May, & 24 July.-examined at Bar, 6 Feb. 18. 22. & 25 Mar. 20. 25. & 28 May & 14 June.-allowed Privilege, 8 Mar.

Wogan. Vide Privileges.

Wolstenholme, John, Petition, 17 July. Vide Supply.

Woodman. Vide Privileges.

Wool, Bill to prevent exporting it, read, 14 Mar. Committed, 18. To be reported, 7. 20. & 24 June. Reported, and recommitted, 26. Committees added, 28. Report to be considered, 5 July. Considered; Bill to be ingrossed, 19. Petitions, relating to Bill, presented, 29 & 30 July, & 2 Aug. Bill read Third time; Debate thereon adjourned, 31 July. Resumed; Bill passed, 9 Aug.
-, - Bill for encouraging Consumption of it, ordered, 20 Apr. Read, 7 May. Committed, 26. Petitions against Bill, presented, and read, 5 July. Bill reported, and to be ingrossed, 8 Aug. Passed, 13. Returned from Lords, with Amendments; Petition of East India Company against Bill, offered; but not read; Lords Amendments agreed to, 17. Royal Assent, 20.
-, - Petition of Factors, and others, relating to Exportation of it, 4 June. Vide Indemnity.

Wright, Sir Robert, excepted out of Bill of Indemnity, 18 June, & 1 July.

Writs, new; viz. Nottingham County, 23 Jan. 4 Feb. & 19 Mar. Monmouth, and Malmesbury, 23 Jan. Borealston, 26. Richmond, 28. Scarborough, and Thetford, 1 Feb. Southampton County, 4. Higham-ferrars, 4 Feb. & 29 June. Great Marlow, 7 Feb. Derby County, 21. Old Sarum, 14 Mar. Wareham, 19. Tregony, 27. Beverley, 2 Apr. Tamworth, 12. Hereford City, 19. London, 26. Exeter City, 8 May. New Sarum, and Northampton, 10. Ipswich, 11. Lincoln City, and New Windsor, 13. Newport, 18. Plymouth, 3 June. Hastings, 4. Mitchell, 20. Appleby, 13 July. Dartmouth, 13 Aug. Stockbridge, 20 Sept. Lancaster, 19 Oct.

Writ, new, respited, on account of a Petition in the House, 13 May.

Wyborn, Sir John, Vide East-India.

Wye and Lugg, Bill to make them navigable, ordered, 6 Mar. Presented, 15. Read, 16. Committed, 26 Apr. All that come to have Voices, 30. Petitions referred, 16 May. Bill reported, and re-committed, 8 June. Reported from Recommitment, 24. Consideration adjourned, 24. 27 & 29. Resumed; Debate thereon adjourned, 4 July.

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

WALCOT, John, Bill, from Lords, to reverse his Attainder, 13 Nov. Read, 16. Petition against Bill, presented, and referred; Bill committed, 20. To be reported, 20 Dec. Reported; Counsel heard; Bill re-committed; Order for sitting of the Committee, 2 Jan.

Wales, Petition of Officers of late Court of Marches there, laid aside, 8 Nov.

Walker, Obadiah, examined; charged in the Tower, by Warrant, for high Treason, 26 Oct.
-, - Dr. Petition relating to Widows and Orphans of Persons slain at Londonderry; Resolution thereupon. Vide Address, to be thanked for his Services, 18 Nov. Thanked; his Answer, 19.

Waller. Vide Ireland.

War, Committee to inspect last Year's Expences thereof, 1 Nov. Revived; Order for sitting, 7. Committees added, 7 Nov. & 15 Jan. Instructions, 8 & 12 Nov. Papers, relating to Musters, to be delivered to Chairman, 16. Report to be expedited, 15 Jan.
-, - Committee to examine Miscarriages of it, 1 Nov. Revived, 6. Order for examining Burton in the Gatehouse, 7. Report to be expedited, 5 Dec.

Warburton, Thomas, Petition, 14 Jan.
-, - Richard, Petition, 27 Jan. Vide Supply.

Ware. Vide Convoys.

Watts, Wm. Bill, from Lords, for naturalizing him, 13 Nov. Read, 16. Committed, 19. Reported, and passed, 23. Royal Assent, 16 Dec.

Weavers Petition, 6 Nov. Vide Silk Throwsters.-6 Dec. Vide Woollen.

Wentworth, Lady Philadelphia, Petition, 22 Nov. Vide Westminster, infra.

Wells new Writ, 21 Dec.

Westminster, Southwark, and Tower Hamlets, Bill for Court of Conscience therein, ordered, 25 Oct. Read, 28. Petitions against Bill, presented, 1 & 22 Nov. In favour of Bill, 14 Jan. Bill read Second time, 16 Nov. Lady Russell to be heard by Counsel at Bar, 16 & 22 Nov. Bill committed, 7 Jan. Committees added, 9 & 14.
-, - and other Places, exclusive of London, Bill for paving and cleansing the Streets thereof, ordered, 26 Oct.-Another Bill for paving and cleansing the Streets, and regulating the Hay-markets, ordered, 18 Jan. Read, 25. All that come to have Voices, 27.

Westmoreland new Writ, 19 Nov.

Worton. Vide Privileges.

Whitwrong. Vide East.

Whitlock. Vide Privileges.

Wickham. Vide Pilkington.

Wiggan new Writ, 14 Jan.

Williams, Sir Wm. Bill to reverse a Judgment against him, ordered, 12 Nov.
-, - Sir Trevor. Vide Beaufort.
-, - Sir John. Vide Privileges.

Witham. Vide Privileges.

Withers. Vide Privileges.
-, - Sir Francis, to attend, 20 Jan. Examined, 25.

Witness ordered into Custody for Prevarication, 26 Nov.

Witnesses to be examined by a Committee, 25 Oct.-examined at Bar, 18 Nov.-to be summoned by Speaker's Warrant, 1 Nov.-allowed Privilege, 9.

Woodland. Vide Privileges.

Woodfin. Vide Convoys.

Woollen Manufacture. Vide Silk.
-, - Bill to injoin wearing of it, read, 29 Nov. Petitions against Bill, presented, 6 Dec. & 12 Jan.

Wolstenholme, John, Bill to sell Lands for Payment of Debts, ordered, 20 Jan. Read, 23. Committed; Petition referred, 25.

Wortley Sidney Mountague, Bill to settle a Maintenance on his Children during his Wife's Life, ordered, 3 Jan. Read, 4. Committed, 8. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 11. Passed, 13. Members to attend Lords as Witnesses thereupon, 15. Bill agreed to by Lords; Royal Assent, 16.

Writs, new, viz. Southampton Town, 2 Nov. Dorchester, 18. Westmoreland, 19. Bletchingley, 26. Great Marlow, and Peterborough, 12 Dec. Wells, 21. Wiggan, 14 Jan. Cambridge University, 23.

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

WADLEY, George, Petition, 24 Apr. Vide Wynn, infra. Walcot, Wm. Petition for Bill to enlarge the Term for making Sea-water fresh; Bill ordered, 15 May.

Wareham Election, Petition, 25 Mar.

Warwick Borough Election, Petitions, 24 Mar.
-, - County Election, Petition, 2 Apr.

Weavers of London and Canterbury, their Petition, 21 Apr. Vide African.
-, - Protestant Strangers, Petition for Bill to confirm the Liberties of such as are admitted into the Company; Bill ordered, 16 May. Read, 19. Read Second time, and to be ingrossed, 22.
-, - Petition of Livery and Leige, Masters, to be read, 22 May. Read; Petitioners to be heard by Counsel at Bar, 23.

Wells Election, Petitions, 24 Mar.

Westminster, Tower Hamlets, and Out-Parishes, Bill for Court of Conscience therein, ordered, 26 Mar. Presented, 1 Apr.

White, George, Petition to be reported specially, 14 May. Vide East-India.

Wilkinson. Vide Privileges.

Williams; Sir Thomas. Vide Privileges.

Wilton Election, Petition, 25 Mar.

Wilts Election, Petition, 3 Apr.

Windsor, New, Election, Petition, 24 Mar. Report; Right of Election determined; Return to be amended, 17 May. Amended, 19.
-, - Petition of Dean and Canons, 9 Apr. Vide Paper.

Wine Licences, Committee to prepare Bill to explain Statutes relating to them, 9 May. Report; Bill read, 15.

Winton City Election, Petition, 24 Mar.

Witnesses to attend de die in diem, 30 Apr.-allowed Privilege, 17 May.

Wolstenholme, John, Petition for Bill to sell Lands for Payment of Debts; Bill ordered, 26 Mar. Presented, 31. Read, 3 Apr. Committed, 7. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 9. Passed, 12. Agreed to by Lords, 17. Royal Assent, 23.

Woollen Manufacture, Bill for Improvement of it, ordered, and recommended to Care of one Member, 24 Apr. Presented, 26. Read, 28. Committed, 1 May. Question, that Bill be referred to select Committee, Neg. 7. Another Bill to same Purport, ordered, 13 May. Presented, 17.

Wootton-bassett Election, Petition, 24 Mar.

Worcester, Petition of Clothiers, 29 Apr. Vide Silk.

Worthenbury Chapel, Bill, from Lords, for separating it from the Parish-Church of Bangor, 8 Apr. Read, 10. Committed, 11. Passed, with Amendments; Amendments agreed to by Lords; Royal Assent, 14.

Wrenn, Sir Christopher. Vide Privileges.

Writs, new, viz. Taunton, 24 Mar. St. Maws, 1 Apr. Bishop'sCastle, 11. Boston, 21. Penryn, 22. Thetford, 7 May. Minehead, 14.

Wynn, Cadwallader, Petition for Bill to sell Lands for Payment of Debts, 3 Apr. Presented, 4. Read, 7. Committed, 11. Committees added, 17. Bill to be reported, 23. Reported, and re-committed; Petitions presented, and referred, 24. Bill reported from Re-commitment, and to be ingrossed, 28. Passed, 29. Agreed to by Lords; Royal Assent, 2 May.

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

WAREHAM Election, Petition, 6 Oct.

Weavers Petition, 9 Dec. Vide France.

Wentworth, Susannah, Petition for Bill to sell Lands, and purchase others; Bill ordered, 11 Oct. Read, 20. Committed, 22. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 24. Passed, 28.

Weobley new Writ, 26 May.

Westminster. Vide Streets.

West-Indies, Petition of Merchants trading thither, 31 Oct. Vide Seamen.

Wharton, Mary. Vide Campbell.

White, George, Petition, 15 Nov. Vide East-India. Withdrawn, 9 Dec.
-, - Samuel. Vide Privileges.

Whitebread. Vide Privileges.

Whitlock, Sir Wm. Vide Privileges.

Williams. Vide Privileges.
-, - Thomas, Bill, from Lords, to raise Money by Leases, and otherwise, for Payment of Debts, 18 Nov. Read, 29. Order for Second Reading, 4 Dec. Committed, 8. Reported, 17. Passed, with Amendments; Amendments agreed to by Lords, 19. Royal Assent, 20.
-, - Anne, and others, Petition for Bill to raise Money to pay Debts; Bill ordered, 8 Nov.
-, - Elizabeth, Petition, 2 Dec. Vide Serle.

Wilton Election, Petition, 9 Oct.

Wilts Election, Petition, 8 Oct.

Wine. Vide Supply.

Wines, and other Liquors, Bill for regulating the Measures, presented, 24 Oct. Read; Question for Second Reading, Neg. 4 Nov.

Winton Election, Petition, 6 Oct. Report, 20.

Witnesses examined at Bar, 1 Nov. & 8 Dec.

Wool, Committee to prepare Bill to prevent the Exportation of it, 21 Oct. Committees added, 14 Nov. & 1 Dec.

Wootton-bassett Election, Petition, 6 Oct. Report to be made, 19 Dec. Made; Knighton ordered into Custody, 22.

Wormlow, Petition from, 14 Nov. Vide Wye, infra.

Writs, new, viz. Kellington, Sudbury, Minehead, Bath, and East Retford, 2 Oct. Plymouth, 18. Newport, 18 Nov. Preston, 20. Chippenham, 24. Ludlow, 22 Dec. Aylesbury, Tiverton, and Hindon, 31 Mar. Stockbridge, and Melcomb Regis, 28 Apr. Weobly, 26 May.

Wye and Lugg, Bill to make them navigable, ordered, 4 Nov. Read, 6. Committed; Petitions presented and referred, 14. Committees added, 18. 28, & 29.

Wynne. Vide Privileges.

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

WALDGRAVE, Earl of, Bill, from Lords, to make Leases, and grant Copyholds, for Payment of Annuities, 31 Dec. Read, 2 Jan. Committed, 5. Reported, 12. Passed, with Amendments, 14. Amendments agreed to by Lords, 20. Royal Assent, 24 Feb.

Walter, William, Petition, 8 Feb. Vide Halford.

Wapping, Petition from, 18 Jan. Vide Gunpowder.

Welwood. Vide Privileges.

Weobley Election, and double Return, Petitions, 22 Oct. Report; Return to be amended, 12 Nov. Amended, 13.

Westminster new Writ, 22 Oct.
-, - Bill for Recovery of small Debts therein ordered, 16 Dec. Read, 19. Committed, 22. Committee revived, and Order for sitting, 29. Bill reported; Question for Re-commitment, Neg. Bill to be ingrossed, 31. Passed, 4 Jan.

West-Indies, Petition of Merchants trading thither for Bill to navigate Ships with foreign Seamen during the War, 23 Jan. Read, and referred to a Committee, 26. Report; Bill ordered, 2 Feb. Read, 5. Committed, 8. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 11. Passed, 16.

Whitchurch new Writ, 1 Jan.

Wicomb-chipping new Writ, 22 Oct.

Wilday. Vide East-India.

Wilks, Antony, Petition, 10 Nov. Vide Supply.

Winchelsea, Earl of, Bill, from Lords, for settling a Jointure, notwithstanding Minority, 23 Dec. Read, 2 Jan. Committed, 6. Reported, 12. Passed, 19. Royal Assent, 24 Feb.

Wines. Vide Supply.

Witnesses to be summoned by Speaker's Warrants, 9 Nov.- allowed Privilege, 1 Jan. & 20 Feb.

Wittering, Bill, from Lords, for Sale of the Manor and Advowson thereof, 19 Nov. Read, 20. Committed, 24. Passed, 30. Royal Assent, 24 Dec.

Wool, Petition for Bill to encourage Clothiers, and suppress Wool-broggers, and Blackwell-hall Factors, referred to Committee, 5 Jan. Other Petitions presented, and referred, 5 & 8. Bill presented, 28. To be read, 1 Feb. Read, 6. Committed; Committees added, 13.

Woollen Manufacture, Bill to improve it, ordered, 11 Nov. Presented, 1 Dec. Read; Question for Second Reading, Neg. 5.

Worcester, Petition from, 29 Jan. Vide East-India.

Wray, Sir Christopher, Petition, 12 Feb. Vide Supply.

Wright. Vide East-India.

Writs, new, viz. Chipping-wicomb, Saltash, Southampton County, Kent, Westminster, Rochester, Dunwich, Rippon, Calne, Nottingham County, and Montgomery Town, 22 Oct. Chippenham, 1 Dec. Newtown, 2. Berealston, 8. Newcastle under Line, Brackley, 24. Whitchurch, 1 Jan. Malmesbury, 25. Bridgewater, 1 Feb. Scarborough, and Carlisle, 12 Apr.

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

WAKE, Wm. Bill from Lords, to make Leases for Lives, or Years, 14 Dec. Read, 19. Committed, 31. Reported, 13 Jan. Passed, 14. Royal Assent, 20.

Walcot, William, Petition, 14 Dec. Vide Sea-water.

Waldeck. Vide Sheibell.

Wales, Bill for better executing Justice there, ordered, 13 Dec. Read, 3 Jan. Committed, 13. Committees added, 17 & 19.

Walthall, Richard, Bill, from Lords, to sell Lands for Payment of Debts and Portions, 3 Jan. Read, 14. Committed, 23. Reported, 2 Feb. Passed, 22.

Wentworth, Sir John, Bill, from Lords, to make a Jointure, notwithstanding Minority, 3 Jan. Read, 4. Committed, 6. Reported, and passed, with Amendments, 7. Amendments agreed to by Lords, 12. Royal Assent, 20.

Williams. Vide Privileges.
-, - Sir John, Bill, from Lords, to sell Lands for Payment of Debts, 15 Feb. Read, 17. Committed, 21. Reported, 25. Passed, with Amendments, 28. Amendments agreed to by Lords, 4 Mar.

Wilts, Petition from, 2 Dec. Vide Woollen.

Winter, Captain. Vide Privileges.

Witnesses to be heard at Bar, 27 Feb.-heard, 27 Feb. & 6 Mar.

Woollaston, Isaac and Richard, Bill, from Lords to confirm Sale of Lands, and Articles of Agreement between them, 12 Jan. Read, 16. Committed, 21. Reported, 8 Feb. Passed, with Amendments, 13. Amendments agreed to by Lords, 15.

Woollen Manufacture, Bill to encourage it, read, 19 Nov. Petitions against Bill, presented, and referred, 24 Nov. 2. 8. 12. & 19 Dec. & 24 Jan. Bill not to be read Second Time till Twelve o'Clock, 24 Nov. Order for Second Reading, 6 & 9 Dec. Committed, 12. Committees added, 19. Bill to be reported, 31 Dec. & 14 Jan. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 19. Order for Third Reading, 25 Jan. 3, 4. 7, 8. 10, 11. 14 & 16 Feb. Read; Question for passing, Neg. 17 Feb.
-, - Manufactures, Petition for Bill for free Exportation of them, referred to a Committee, 28 Nov. Report; Bill read, 2 Dec. Order for Second Reading, 21 Dec. 11 & 14 Jan. Read; Question for Commitment, Neg. 19 Jan.

Worplesdon. Vide Pelworth.

Wright, Anne, Petition, 1 Mar. Vide London.

Writs, new, viz. Saltash, Radnor County, Tewksbury, Cambridge University, Launceston, Grampound, Morpeth, Colchester, and Plympton, 4 Nov. Newport, 21. Totness, 30, Essex, 15 Dec. Southampton County, 17. Newark, 28. East Grinstead, 5 Jan. Hereford County, 11. London, 10 Feb. and Knaresborough, 9 Mar.

Wroth, Sir Thomas, Petition for Bill to make a Jointure, and provide for his Sister, notwithstanding Minority; Bill ordered, 19 Jan. Presented, 23. Read, 28. Committed, 2 Feb. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 4. Passed, 7. Agreed to by Lords, 11.

Wye and Lugg, Bill to make them navigable, ordered, 17 Nov Read, 25. Order for Second Reading, 29 Dec. Read Question for Commitment, Neg. 13 Jan.



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