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'Index - M', Journal of the House of Commons: volume 3: 1643-1644 (1802), pp. 54-61. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=3003 Date accessed: 26 October 2014.


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Macguire
-, and Mac Mahon, Lords, 1643, the Committee for Examinations to inquire how they escaped out of Prison; their Report; Order for their Commitment to the Tower - for allowing them 7 s. Weekly apiece - for bringing them to a speedy Trial - Mr. Solicitor and King's Counsel to consider of the Manner thereof, and prepare Evidence, 31 Oct.
-, 1644, the Committee for the Tower to examine the Manner of their Escape; Reward offered for bringing them dead or alive, 19 Aug. Report; Business re-committed; Committee to inquire into all Circumstances incident thereto; Committees added, 26 - Members to demand them of the Spanish Ambassador, 14 Sept. - Declaration of the Proceedings of both Houses in retaking them, and apprehending their Abettors, read, and re-committed - Examinations from Ireland concerning them, to be delivered to the Committee, 28 - Declaration read again, and re-committed, 2 Oct. Read, and agreed to; Lord Concurrence signified; Order for translating and sending it to the Crown of France, 5 - A Committee to prepare and manage the Evidence; Serjeant to send the Order to them, 2 - Message to Lords, desiring the Letters and Evidence may be delivered to them, and that the Judges may sit upon the Commission of Oyer and Terminer at their Trial, agreed to, 4. Solicitor appointed; Counsel to think of their Trial at the King's Bench, 5. To prepare an Indictment, consult with the Judges, and acquaint Speaker when they are ready, 8. Order for the Court to summon Juries of Middlesex; to be read in the Court; Judge's Answer reported; Managers and others to acquaint him with the State of the Evidence, and to use all Diligence to bring them to a speedy Trial, 23 - Order for consulting all the Judges, agreed to by Lords, 24. Lords to be desired that Sir John Bramston may be consulted; Mr. Constantine to be examined; House takes notice of the good Endeavours of the Judges and Counsel, 26 - Members have Leave to be examined, 4 Nov. Order for expediting the Trial, 9. A Committee to confer with the Judges upon Macguire's Plea of Peerage, 13 & 15. Counsel assigned by the King's Bench, as to that Point, approved, 15. Managers impowered to give Warrant to the King's Counsel and Clerk of the Crown to acknowledge the Plea and Demur, 22.

Macham,
-, Mr. 1643, ordered into Custody, 28 Aug.

Mackworth,
-, Lieutenant Colonel, 1644, Order for restoring his Money and Goods, 17 Oct.

Macmoyler,
-, Lieutenant Colonel, 1644, Letter to be written to Lord Fairfax, concerning sending him up, 23 Oct. Read, and agreed to, 24.

Maddison,
-, Sir Ralph, 1643, Order for paying his Assessment, 17 Aug. - 7 Sept.
-, Edward, 1643, Order for paying his Assessment, 17 Aug. - 7 Sept.
-, Ralph, 1644, Petition referred to the Committee for the Revenue, 9 Nov. Report; Order for restoring him to his Collieries and Coals upon the Staiths, &c. 26.
-, Sir Lionel, 1644, Letter concerning his coming in to the Parliament, read, 10 July - Order for referring him to the Commissioners with the Scots Army; to be sent to them, 30 Nov.

Madone,
-, Anne, 1643, Petition; Order for Mrs. Ellis's Administratrix to pay her 20 £ 13 Apr.

Magdalen
-, College, Cambridge, 1643, Earl of Manchester to dispose of Plate conveying from thence to Oxon, 5 Feb.

Maidstone,
-, 1643, Ordinance for sequestering the Living, read, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 28 Apr.

Mainwood,
-, Sir John, 1643, to have Warrant to go into Holland, 19 June. Not to depart till Satisfaction given touching Payments assessed upon him, 29.

Malevrer,
-, Colonel, 1643, Ordinance and Propositions for raising a Regiment of Harquebusiers under his Command, read, and specially recommended to the Committee for Safety, 3 May - To be sent for, as a Delinquent, to answer Complaints against him; a Committee to receive all Informations, 12 June.

Malignants.
-, Vide Delinquents, and Sequestrations - 1643, Persons authorized to seize their Monies, &c. 25 Mar. - Order against paying them any Rents, 27 - Parties concealing Monies, &c. of ill-affected Persons voted Malignants, 12 May - Order for disfranchising all in actual War against the Parliament; Member to prepare Ordinance for that Purpose, 15. - Order for a Reward to Persons discovering their Goods, 21 June - A Committee to prepare Ordinance for enabling the Committee for the Militia to disarm them, 11 Aug. Ordinance sent to Lords, 16

Mallack,
-, John, 1644, Order for restoring his Prize Goods, upon paying ready Money for them according to Appraisement, 24 June.

Mallett,
-, Mr. Justice, 1643, Message to be sent to Lords about remanding him to Prison; Order for taking him into Custody, 6 May. Message sent; Lords Concurrence signified, 8. Message from Lords, desiring the House to concur in his Inlargement, 11.
-, Mr. 1644, Order for his Exchange, 22 July - To go in Person to solicit it for Sir John Temple, upon Security to return within a Time limited, if he cannot effect it, 16 Oct. Lords to be desired that good Security may be taken; their Concurrence signified, 19.

Mallory,
-, Sir John, 1643, voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament, 22 Jan.

Malmesbury,
-, 1643, Sir William Waller's Letter about taking it, read; a Committee to prepare Letter of Thanks, 27 Mar.
-, 1644, Letters concerning the taking it, with a Copy of the Summons, and the Garison's Answer, read; Government thereof to be left to the Disposal of Colonel Massey, 31 May.

Malo,
-, St. 1643, Petition concerning a Ship from thence seized at Poole; Order for discharging it; Revoked, 2 Dec.

Malpas,
-, 1644, Order for rewarding the Messenger who brought the News from thence, 23 Sept.

Manchester,
-, Town, 1643, Committees Letter, with the Earl of Newcastle's Summons inclosed; Member to make Observations upon the Summons, 11 July. Another Letter read, 24.
-, Earl of, 1642, Order for paying Arrears due to his Regiment, 21 Mar. Agreed to by Lords, 24.
-, 1643, Lord General to be moved for a Commission to him to be Serjeant Major General of the Forces in the Six associated Counties, 9 Aug. - To be moved for a Commission to appoint him Governor of Lynn, 21 Sept. - Member to prepare Ordinance for his levying the Sequestrations in the Associated Counties, 9 Oct. Ordinance read, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 10. Signified, 11 - Declaration, that he shall have the Allowance of a Serjeant Major General from the time he undertook that Command, 16 - To be thanked, 6 Nov. - Ordinance for giving him further Power, read; Order for Second Reading, 18 - Ordinance impowering him and the Committee to proceed against scandalous and ill-affected Clergymen, Scholars, &c. within his Association, read twice, and committed; his Letter touching Trinity College, and a Petition from thence, referred, 12. Order for Meeting of the Committee, 15. Committee revived; Committees added, 18 - A Committee to prepare Letter to desire him to pursue the Advice of the Committee for Safety; Letter read, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 20 - Lord General to be moved for a Commission to him to command all the Forces in Lincolnshire, 22 Jan. - Member to write to him, to know what Arms and Ammunition he wants, 22 Mar.
-, 1644, Committee to prepare Letter to him concerning Assessments of the 20th Part in his Association, 26 Mar. - Another Committee to prepare Ordinance for continuing the Ordinance for maintaining and raising Forces therein, 25 Apr. Ordinance read, agreed to, and sent to Lords, 27. Message, acquainting them with the Necessity of passing it; Ordinance returned, with an Amendment; Amendment disagreed to; Conference to be desired thereupon; a Committee to prepare Reasons, 29. Reasons reported; Conference desired, agreed to, and held, 30 - Another desired by Lords, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; House adhere to their former Vote; a Committee to assign Reasons, 1 May. Reasons reported, and re-committed, 2. Reported from Re-commitment, and agreed to; free Conference to be desired thereupon; Managers appointed, 4. Free Conference desired, agreed to, and held, 6. Vide Privileges. Message to Lords, acquainting them with the Importance of passing the Ordinance, 7 & 8. Another Conference desired by Lords concerning it, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, 8. Reported - Ordinance for raising Monies for maintaining the Forces in his Association, read, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 11 - His Letter concerning joining the Scots Army, and making a Bridge over the Trent, read, 13 May - Another from the Leaguer before York, 13 June - Letter to be sent to him concerning Assessments by Strangers, 18 - Letter to be sent from both Houses to the Committee of the associated Counties, to acquaint them with the Necessity of continuing his Forces there, and to encourage them to send Money to them, 10 July. Reported and agreed to, 12 - Order for putting the Forces in his Association under his Command, 14 Aug. Agreed to by Lords, 19 - Order for sending him 100 Barrels of Powder, 31 - A Committee to prepare Letter to direct him to advance with all his Forces into the West; Letter read, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence signified, 7 Sept. Same Committee to write other Letters to the same Purport, 24 & 28 Sept. - 10 Oct. - Member to prepare Ordinance for continuing the Ordinance for maintaining the Forces under his Association, 9 Sept. Ordinance read, and agreed to, 26 - Returned from Lords, with Amendments; Amendments agreed to, 2 Oct. - Committees Letter concerning his Association, and Draught of an Ordinance for the Excise therein, to be considered, 13 Sept. - Petition of Gentlemen of his Association, read; Speaker's Answer to Persons who preferred it; House disagrees to their presenting like Petition to Lords, the Subject thereof being Matter of Money, 2 Oct. - His Letter read, 10 - Another, giving an Account of his Motions, read, 14 - Petition of his Association to be presented, 16 Nov. Petition and Propositions read, and referred to a Committee, 19 - Committees of his Association to be pressed to send in Money for their Forces - A Committee to examine the Complaints of misemploying Monies raised there, 10 Dec.

Manley,
-, Major, 1644, to be sent up, or secured at Stafford, 7 Aug. Order for sending him up, 12.
-, Mr. 1643, to have Warrant to go to Oxon, 9 May.

Mannaton,
-, Ambrose, 1643, voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament, 22 Jan.

Manners,
-, Dame Margaret, 1643, Petition; Question for Leave to go beyond Sea, Neg. 23 June.

Manning,
-, Edward. Vide Webster, John.

Mansfield,
-, Lord Viscount, 1643, voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament, 22 Jan.
-, Alice, 1644, Order for Satisfaction for Damages sustained by the Parliament Forces, 28 Nov.

Mantell,
-, Frances. Vide Norris, Hugh.

Manuscripts,
-, Vide Books.

Manwaring,
-, Captain, 1643. Vide Privileges.
-, Henry, and Henry Vernon, 1644, to be discharged from being Deputy Lieutenants of Cheshire, and deliver their Arms to Sir William Brereton, 7 May.
-, Major, 1644, the Committee for Examinations to take Testimonies concerning him, 24 May - Information concerning him, referred to another Committee, 27 June.

Manwood,
-, Sir H. 1643, a Committee to consider of procuring 3,000 £ payable to him, 22 Apr.

Marche,
-, John de la, 1643, Petition read, and referred to a Committee, 19 June - 13 Sept.

Margaret,
-, a Ship of St. Malo's, 1644, Spanish Ambassador's Representation concerning it, referred to the Committee for the Navy, 24 Aug.

Margaret's,
-, St. New Fish Street, 1642, Ordinance for sequestering the Living, read, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 17 Mar.
-, St. Westminster, 1643, Collections at Fasts to be allowed for Relief of maimed Soldiers in that Parish, 5 May - 25 July - 26 Aug. - 5 Sept. - 21 Oct. - 27 Nov. - 25 Dec. - A Committee to provide Lecturers, 25 Oct. - Member to prepare Ordinance for sequestering the Living, 29 Nov. - Ordinance read, and agreed to, 12 Feb.
-, 1644, Petition of Inhabitants, referred to a Committee, 7 June - Gallery in the Church to be kept for Members every Fast and Thanksgiving Day, 4 Nov.

Mariners,
-, 1643, Ordinance concerning harbouring those pressed to serve in the Summer Fleet, read, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 4 Apr. - Ordinance from Lords concerning pressing them, read, and agreed to, 12.

Markham,
-, Lieutenant, 1643, to be summoned in safe Custody, 8 Apr.

Marlay,
-, Sir John, 1644, Committees Letter from Newcastle concerning him - Order for proceeding against him by martial Law, 31 Oct. - Agreed to by Lords, 1 Nov. To be sent to the Committee, 19 - To be disabled from being Mayor or Alderman of Newcastle, 5 Dec.
-, Captain Henry, 1644, to be sent up in safe Custody, 19 Nov. - Committed to Lord Petre's House, 13 Dec.
-, Captain John, 1644, to be sent up in safe Custody, 19 Nov. - Committed to Ely House, 13 Dec.
-, Captain William, 1644, to be sent up in safe Custody, 19 Nov. - Committed to Ely House, 13 Dec.

Marriages,
-, clandestine, 1643, a Committee to consider of preventing them, 25 Oct.

Marsh,
-, Dr. 1643, to be sent for, as a Delinquent, 11 July.

Marshall,
-, Gawen, 1643, to have Warrant to go to Oxon, 1 Apr.
-, Mr. 1643, referred to Lord General and the Council of War, 3 Apr.
-, Mr. a Dyer, 1643, Order for Sale of his Plate, 22 May.
-, Stephen, 1643, desired to preach, 9 June. Thanked, and to print his Sermon, 15 - Thanked, and to print his Sermon preached at Mr. Pym's Funeral, 15 Dec. - Thanked, and to print his Sermon preached before both Houses, the City, and the Assembly; Lords Concurrence signified, 20 Jan.
-, James, and Christopher Clerk, 1644, Petition, referred to the Committee for the Navy, 22 Aug.

Marshalsea
-, Court, 1643, a Committee to consider the Grievances and Oppressions thereby, 27 Mar.

Marston,
-, John, Vide Hopewell - 1643, Petition referred to the Committee for the Navy, 10 Feb.

Mart,
-, Letters of, 1643, Member to prepare Ordinance enabling Men to go to Sea with them, 16 Oct. - Declaration that all Persons approved by the House shall have them; Commissioners of the Admiralty to be required to grant them Commissions; a Committee to prepare Order to that Purpose; Order to be printed, and set up at the Exchange, 24 - Ordinance for encouraging Merchants to set out Ships to Sea, for Preservation of the Kingdom, read; Order for Second Reading between 10 and 12 o'Clock, 18 Nov. - Ordinance enabling Persons approved by Parliament to set out Ships in a warlike Manner, for Defence of the Kingdom, read twice, and committed to a Committee of the whole House, 22. To the Committee for the Navy; all that come to have Voices, 25. Ordinance reported, 28. Passed; returned from Lords, with Amendments; Amendments agreed to; Ordinance to be printed, 30 - To be amended and reprinted, 15 Jan.

Marten,
-, Mr. 1643. Vide Privileges - A Committee to receive Informations concerning his Officers taking Horses, 12 June
-, A Committee to consider the State of his Regiment, and of Satisfaction for his Disbursements, 12 July - Order for his Troop to come to Town, 5 Aug. - The Committee for the Militia to secure the Horses and Arms of his Regiment Commissioner of the Admiralty appointed in his room, 16 - The Committee for Safety to dispatch his Troops to Lord General - A Committee to examine his Receipts and Disbursements - Order that he have the Liberty of the Tower, and Declaration that the House never intended he should be a close Prisoner, 19 - His Petition; and Order for his Discharge, 2 Sept. - Previous Question for approving him to be Colonel in Lord General's Army, Neg. 11 Mar. Approved, 12.
-, 1644, Lord General to be moved for a Commission to him to be Governor of Aylesbury, in the Absence of Colonel Aldriche, 22 May - Order for 300 £ to him, upon Account, for Pay of his Regiment, 18 June - His Letter, desiring Arms and Ammunition, referred to the Lieutenant of the Ordnance, 29.
-, Captain Samuel, 1643, to be exchanged for Dr. Turner, 13 July.
-, Captain, 1643, his Proposition for a Letter of Mart, referred to the Committee for the Navy, 13 Nov.

Martin'
-, s, St. in the Fields, 1643, Order touching the Appointment of a Clerk, 25 July - Order for disposing of Collections made in the Church, 26 Aug. - 5 Sept. - 21 Oct.
-, 27 Nov. - Ordinance for sequestering the Living, to be prepared, 8 Nov. - Business concerning the Sequestration to be considered, 29 Feb.
-, 1644, Petition of Overseers, touching the Increase of their Poor; Order for disposing of the Collections on the Fast Days for their Use, 24 Sept.
-, St. Ongar's, 1643, Order for sequestering the Living, read, and agreed to, 20 June.

Mary,
-, St. Abchurch, 1642, Ordinance for sequestering the Living, read, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 16 Mar.
-, St. Fishstreet Hill, 1642, Ordinance for sequestering the Living, read, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 22 Mar.
-, St. Magdalen, Bermondsey, 1643, Ordinance for sequestering the Living, read, and agreed to, 2 May, Sent to Lords, 5.
-, le Bon, Park, 1643, Order to prevent cutting down Wood there, unless by Authority of Parliament, 7 Oct. - Informations concerning it, 18.
-, St. at Hill, 1643, Order for sequestering the Living, 27 July.
-, and Dorothy, a Ship, 1644, Petition of Owners &c. referred to the Committee for the Navy, 16 May - Order for restoring her and her Goods, &c. upon an Allowance for Salvage, 24 July.

Masham,
-, Mr. 1643, a Committee to seize and sequester his Oil, and dispose of the Proceed thereof, 23 Oct. - Report; the Committee at Goldsmith's Hall impowered to sell them, and dispose of the Procced, 8 Nov. - The Committee to examine whether any Part of the Tin in Two Ships riding in the Thames belongs to him, 13. Order inlarged, 18 - His House to be made a Prison for the Provost Marshal of the City, 9 Dec.

Mason,
-, Marten, 1642, committed to Newgate for a Riot in Southwark, 17 Mar.

Massam,
-, Sir William, 1643, Question for prefixing a Time for his Stay in Essex, Neg. 27 July.
-, 1644. Order for Repayment of his Loan, 18 Apr.

Massy,
-, Lieutenant Colonel, 1643, Letter to him read, and agreed to, 1 Aug. - His Letter, relating the Condition of the Army and of Gloucester, read; Order for a Reward to him - A Committee to prepare Letter of Thanks, 15 Sept. Letter agreed to, and to be signed by Speaker, 18 - Another Letter from him read; Lord General to be acquainted therewith, 11 Oct. - Another read, 12 - Lord General to be desired to continue him Governor of Gloucester, 17 - His Letter specially recommended to the Committee for Safety, 12 Jan.
-, 1644, his Letter concerning taking Three Garisons, 3 May - His and other Letters concerning taking Malmesbury, with a Copy of the Summons, and Garison's Answer, read; Order thereupon. Vide Malmesbury - Order for recruiting his Regiments - The Committee of both Kingdoms to consider what Forces may be spared him - Another Committee to prepare Letter of Thanks, and Ordinance for settling 1,000 £ per Annum upon him, 31 May - Order for the Horse of Coventry to stay with him, 4 June - His Letter concerning taking Tewkesbury, read; a Committee to prepare Letter of Thanks, 10 - Other Letters referred to the Committee of both Kingdoms; Messenger to attend the Committee with them, 3 July - Another read; Part referred to the Committee of both Kingdoms, and Part to the Committee of Gloucester, 10 - Other Letters, relating a Victory over General Mynne's Forces, and concerning Captain Freeman, read, 7 Aug. - Colonel called in and thanked - Order for him to inform the Committee of both Kingdoms what he has to say for the Good of the Service, 14 - Order for paying Part of the Reward given him, 17. Agreed to by Lords, 10 - His Letter concerning taking Beachley, referred to the Committee of both Kingdoms - Order for paying his Forces 500 £ upon Account, 28 Sept. Sent to Lords, 30 - Conference desired by Lords concerning his Letter, desiring 1,000 marching Foot and 500 Horse, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; Letter read, and referred to the Committee of both Kingdoms; Member to prepare Letter of Thanks, 12 Oct. - Committees Letter concerning him, referred to the Committee of both Kingdoms - Petition of Officers and Soldiers in his Regiment, read; Order for providing 500 £ for them, 21. Agreed to by Lords, 23.

Mathew,
-, Roger, 1643, respited, upon a Report from the Committee for absent Members, 22 Jan. - Voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament, 5 Feb.

Mathews,
-, Captain, 1643, Statue made in Remembrance of him, to be set up in Westminster, 13 Jan.

Matthews,
-, Mr. 1643, to be summoned to attend, 17 June.
-, Peter, 1643, Petition against Pickering, 14 Sept. Vide Pickering; James.
-, Simon, 1643, a Committee to examine what Monies or Securities are in his Trunk, and to dispose of them, 7 Oct.
-, Colonel Humphrey, 1643, Petition; Order for his Landlord to restore Monies, &c. detained by him, 22 Nov.
-, Major, 1644, Order for paying part of his Arrears, 21 Oct.

Maxey,
-, Sir William, and Sir Thomas Wiseman, 1643, Order for disposing of their Horses and Arms, 8 Apr.

Maxwell,
-, Mr. 1643, Order for distraining his Goods, upon Nonpayment of Assessments, 6 May.

May,
-, John, 1643, to be sent for, as a Delinquent, for refusing to serve, after receiving Prest-money, 25 Mar.
-, Adrian, 1643, Message from Lords concerning him, 4 Apr.
-, 1644, committed to the Tower, for adhering to the Party in Arms against the Parliament, 7 Aug.
-, Mr. 1643, to have Warrant to pass to Oxon with One Servant to be named therein, 11 Apr. - Order for disposing of Money taken about him - for referring him to the Committee for Examinations, and keeping him in Custody in the mean time, 25.
-, Lady, 1643, not to be admitted into St. James's, 30 Oct.

Mayers,
-, Mr. 1644, to be sent for, as a Delinquent, 10 Dec. Vide Jaques, Sir Roger.

Mayes,
-, George, 1643, Order for apprehending and committing him to the Marshalsea, 2 Sept.

Mayflower,
-, a Ship, 1643, Petition of Mariners touching Arrears, communicated by Lords, read, and referred to the Committee for the Navy, 19 Sept.

Mayherne,
-, Sir Theodore, 1643, Order for permitting his Trunks, &c. to pass into Holland, 9 Aug. Suspended; Copy of the Suspension to be sent to the Officers of the Out-ports, 10 - To be exempted from paying Assessments, 6 Sept.
-, 1644, to have Leave to go to the Queen, 10 May.
-, Dr. 1643, to have Leave to bring Arms to Town, 9 Oct.

Maynard,
-, Charles, 1642, to be sent for, as a Delinquent, for being a Defaulter upon all Services, 22 Mar.
-, Sir John, 1643, the Committee for Examinations to examine upon what Grounds he reported that several Members should be seized, 29 Aug.
-, 1644, Letter and Articles against him and Colonel Jones, read; a Committee to reconcile the Differences between them and the County of Surry, 24 Sept. - Another Committee joined, 1 Oct.
-, Captain, 1644, Petition; Order for paying Part of his Arrears, 3 Oct.
-, Edward, 1644, Report concerning him; Order for admitting him to a Fine and Composition; Committee impowered to compound with him, 23 Oct.
-, Lord, 1644, Lords to be desired to assess him his 20th Part, 14 Nov.

Mayny,
-, Sir John, 1643, Order for sequestering his Estate, 22 June.

Mayo,
-, Mr. 1644, to be exchanged for Mr. Carew, 26 Oct.

Meal,
-, Weekly. Vide London.

Meaux,
-, Sir John, 1643, voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament, 5 Feb. - Order for his Attendance - for a Committee to take Course, that Monies promised by him be levied upon his Estate, 10 June - For sequestering it, 28 Sept.

Medowes,
-, Thomas, &c. 1643, Petition referred to the Committee for the Navy, 11 Apr.

Medwinter,
-, Mr. 1643, Petition referred to the Committee for Examinations, 18 Sept.

Meese,
-, Gilbert, 1643, to be sent for, as a Delinquent, for refusing to pay the Weekly Assessments, 10 May.

Melbourne,
-, George, 1643, to be sent for, as a Delinquent, for refusing to pay the Weekly Assessments, 10 May.

Meldrun,
-, Sir John, 1643, Petition read, and referred to the Committee for the Navy, 22 June - His Letter read, and to be printed, 18 Oct. - Ordinance for paying him Money, sent to Lords, 7 Dec. Agreed to by them, 9 - His Letter, concerning taking Gainsborough, read; a Committee to prepare Letter of Thanks - His Petition to be read, 23. Read, 25. Vide Goodwyn Sands.
-, 1644, to be thanked for his Services, 30 Aug. - 3 Sept.
-, Jane, 1644, Petition; Order for paying her Part of her Husband's Arrears out of the first Monies paid by Mr. Hatton, 1 June - For paying them out of the Excise, 7 Aug. - 30 Sept. - Member to demand Commissioners Answer, 4 Nov.

Melins,
-, Mrs. 1644, Order for paying her Part of her Husband's Arrears, 30 Sept.

Mellidge,
-, Johnson, 1642, to be sent for, as a Delinquent, and discharged from being Collector of the Customs, 24 Mar.
-, 1644, his Examination referred to the Committee for Examinations; 18 Apr.

Mellinge,
-, Captain, 1643, Order for his Troop to march to Lord General, 19 Aug.

Members,
-, 1642, voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament, 15 & 16 Mar.
-, 1643, like Votes, 27 Mar. - 3 & 19 Apr. - 8 May - 4, 7, 8 & 14 Sept. - 18 Oct. - 10, 15 & 25 Nov. - 25 Dec. - 1, 13, 16 & 22 Jan. - 1 & 5 Feb. - 4 Mar. - Member to have Liberty to go into Ireland, without vacating his Seat - Ordinance touching such as have been absent ever since Christmas, 10 Apr. - Members to attend, and not depart without Leave, 17 - Admitted to sit, upon Report from the Committee for absent Members, 19 Apr. - 9, 12 & 13 May - 3 July - 10 Oct. - To attend within Ten Days, upon pain of forfeiting 200 £ - Lift of such as are fit to be sent for, ordered; the Committee for absent Members to consider of such as are absent, 9 May - Order for their Sitting; Members to attend them, 11 July - Members have Leave to be of Counsel at Lords Bar, 17 May - Member's Attendance dispensed with, 26 - None to go out of the House without Leave, 6 June - Members take the Covenant, 6, 7, 8, 12, 15, 19 & 27 June - 1 Aug. - 30 Sept. - 3, 10, 16 & 19 Oct. - 1 & 9 Nov. - 22 Dec.
-, 13 Jan. - 27 Feb. - Desire further Time, 6 & 8 June - 3 Oct. - Names of those that have taken it to be printed, 9 June - A Committee to certify who have not taken it, 13 - Members present to subscribe their Names thereto within Three Days, 15. All to subscribe within the same time, 27. - A Committee to consider of such as have taken and violated the Covenant, 23 Aug. - Absent-Members to subscribe when they come in, 25 Sept. Day appointed for it, 26 - Ordinance for Members that have any Charge in the Army to declare at a Conference their Consent to the Covenant, read, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence signified, 20 Sept. - Members not taking it on a Day appointed, to forbear sitting, 22 Dec. - Have Leave to come into the House to take it, 22 Jan. - Order for Members in Town, that have not taken it, to take it next Day; to be set upon Posts, 30 - Names of such as have subscribed it to be printed, 3 Feb. - Members have Leave to be absent, 17 June - 19, 23, 24, 26, 28 & 31 Aug. - 4, 5, 8, 9, 13, 21 & 28 Sept. - 11 & 12 Oct. - 11 & 15 Nov. - 22 Jan. - 5 & 17 Feb. - Absent without Leave, not to be admitted till the Committee have examined them, 17 June - Have Leave to attend at the Trial of several Conspirators, 29. - To be called down from the Committee Chamber, 11 July - Member not to be prejudiced by his Absence in Holland, 22 Sept. - Ordinance for taking away a Proviso in a former Ordinance for exempting Members from an Assessment; sent to Lords, 5 Oct. Agreed to by them, with Amendments, and a Proviso; Amendments agreed to; nothing done upon the Proviso, 7 - Assessment read, and passed; not to be drawn into Precedent, 7 Dec. - Ordinance for assessing Members and Assistants of either House, that have deserted the Service of the Parliament, read twice, and committed, 7 Oct. Reported, and passed; Lords Concurrence signified, 9 - Clerk to take notice of Members that recommend to Livings by way of Sequestration, 19 - Papers from Lords concerning a Member, 30. Vide Nicholls - Members suspended, 1 Nov. - None to be of the Committee for Accounts, 4 - Question for Leave to a Member to go beyond Sea, Neg. 8 - Members, whose Time of Absence is elapsed, to be summoned to attend, 15 - Coming after 9 o'Clock to pay 12 d. 9 Dec. - Box to be set up at the Door for that Purpose, 14 Feb. Defaulters to pay 5 s. 24 - A Committee to receive Informations concerning Members being in a Tavern most Part of the Fast Day, 27 Dec. - Members expelled voted incapable of executing any Ordinance, 16 Jan. - Have Leave to be examined at a Committee, 29 - Rule that no Member ought to receive or pay Visits to foreign Ambassadors, without Leave of the House, 1 Feb. - Members coming in during Prayers, to take their Places; Order to be set up at the Door, 16 - Members present at a Debate, commanded to vote; Question whether a Member present at a Debate, and withdrawing before the Question, might, after the Division, and Report thereupon, be commanded to vote; Debate thereon; House come to no Resolution - Ordinance from Lords, against admitting Members of either House that have deserted the Parliament without Consent of both Houses, 2 Mar. Read twice, and committed, 11.
-, 1644, Lords put House in mind thereof, 3 Apr. Ordinance reported, and passed, with Amendments; Conference to be desired with Lords thereupon, 4. Desired, and agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held; Lords Disagreement signified, 8 - Message, desiring them to expedite the Ordinance, 29 Apr. - 6, 8 & 14 May - 5 & 15 June. Conference desired by them concerning it; agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, 15. Reported; a Committee to prepare Heads for a Conference, 18. Free Conference desired, and agreed to; Managers appointed; free Conference held; Lords Concurrence to the Amendments reported, 29 - Members take the Covenant, 27 Mar. - 26 June - 29 Nov. - 4 Dec. - To take it, 24 Apr. - 26 June - Have leave to be absent, 28 Mar. - 20, 21, 22 & 28 May - 7, 13 & 15 June - 17, 24 & 27 July - 1, 2, 3, 9, 10, 12, 20, 23, 24, 27 & 30 Aug. - 3, 6, 10 & 11 Sept - 10 & 16 Oct. - 15 Nov. - 22 Dec. 31 Jan. - 5, 7 & 28 Feb. - None to move after Prayers, till the Minister is gone, 1 Apr. - Absent from Church on a Fast Day, to forfeit 10 s. 24 - Member has Leave to be Lieutenant Governor of Portsmouth, 14 May - Members have Leave to be examined as Witnesses, 17 - 13 & 21 Nov. - Voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament, 11 June - 29 Nov. - Committed to the Tower, 11 June - Order touching late Members taken in Arms against the Parliament, to be sent to the Commanders in Chief, 26 July - Member admitted, upon Report from the Committee for absent Members, 1 Aug. - Members, whose Families have been visited with the Sickness, to be admitted, 10 Sept. - 31 Oct. - Have Leave to visit Prisoners - Order prohibiting the visiting them renewed, 10 Sept. - Member has Leave to attend the Service of Mayor of a Town, 24 - House to consider of filling vacant Seats, 30 Sept. - 16, 18 & 28 Oct. - 1 Nov. - A Committee to consider what Members are in public Service, and to bring in a List of them, and of the Nature of their Employments, 31 Oct. - A Committee to prepare Ordinance to prevent Members from holding any Office under the Parliament, and for continuing other Officers till further Order, 9 Dec. Ordinance read, 11. Order for Second Reading, 11 & 12. Committed, 14. Reported; Proviso, excepting the Earl of Essex, read; Debate thereon; Question for adding it, Neg.; another Proviso, disabling Persons refusing to take the Covenant, read; Debate thereon to be resumed, 17. Ordinance sent to Lords, 21. Message, desiring them to expedite it, 24 - A Committee to consider the Necessities of Members of both Houses, and present a fit Allowance for them, 19 Dec. Lords to be acquainted therewith, 21 - Members have Leave to visit the King's Commissioners from Oxon before they return, 19.

Mercer,
-, Mr. 1642, Petition read, and referred to the Committee for Examinations, 20 Mar.
-, William, &c. 1643, Petition referred to the Committee for Scots Reformadoes, 20 Dec.
-, Lawrence, 1644, Order for restoring his Goods, 6 Sept.

Merchant
-, Taylors Hall, 1643, Papers, Subscriptions, &c. of the Committee there, to be transferred to the Committee at Grocers Hall, 14 Sept.
-, Strangers, 1643, Petition and Certificate on their behalf, read, and referred to the Committee at Haberdashers Hall, 9 Oct. - Letters from Lords concerning Monies due to them; Order for Payment thereof, 7 Dec.
-, Adventurers, 1643, Petition of Governor, &c. with Papers annexed, referred to a Committee, 14 Apr. Order for their Meeting, 17. Committees added, 21 - A Committee to treat with them about advancing 60,000 £ upon the Credit of the Customs, 29 Aug. Their Answer, and Conceipt annexed, touching the Confirmation of their Charters, read, 9 Sept. Ordinance for confirming them, read; Resolutions touching their Privileges - The Committee for the Navy to treat with them and Commissioners of the Customs about Security for present Monies, 11. To acquaint them with the Votes concerning their Company, and the Security offered by the House; Power given them to make any other Propositions, 13. Their Answer read, but not accepted, 16 - The Committee to treat with them for a Loan of 30,000 £ upon the Credit of the Excise, 26 - Their Willingness to advance the Money reported - Ordinance enabling them to levy Monies on their own Members, and for incorporating them, read, agreed to, and sent to Lords; disagreed to by them; Conference defired thereupon, agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held; a Committee of both Houses to consider the Ordinance, 7 Oct. Place appointed for their Meeting, 9. Ordinance returned from Lords, with Amendments; Amendments agreed to, 11. Order for paying their Loan to the Treasurer of the Navy, 12 - Their Petition, 26 - The same Committee to treat with them for a Loan of 10,000 £ upon the Credit of the Excise, 8 Jan. Impowered to take up the Money, and prepare Ordinance for their Security, 10. Ordinance, for that Purpose, 12. Agreed to by Lords, 13 - Another Committee to treat with them for the Forbearance of the 10,000 £ for Three Months, 23 Feb. - Ordinance for their Security, read, and agreed to - Another for paying the Money to Lord Fairfax's Agent, read, and agreed to, 5 Mar. Lords Concurrence to both signified, 6.
-, 1644, the Committee for Excise to treat with them for longer Forbearance, upon Consideration of Interest, 20 July - Their Willingness to forbear Four Months reported; Member to prepare Ordinance for their Security, 7 Aug. Ordinance read; and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired; 9 - Another Committee to move them to forbear the Payment Six Months longer, 6 Dec. Their Consent reported; Members to settle the Times of Payment with the Commissioners of Excise, 12. To attend them for that Purpose, 19. A Committee to desire them to accept of the Payment in course after the Expiration of the Time appointed, 21. Ordinance for settling the Times for paying Principal and Interest, read, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 23.

Merchants,
-, 1644, Petition of several that furnished Arms to the State, to be read, 20 Dec.
-, English, 1643, Petition of the Fellowship read, and referred to the Committee for the East India Company; Committee impowered to receive all Petitions of the like Nature, 19 Mar.

Meredith,
-, Sir Robert, 1643, Accusation of him read; Declaration thereupon, 26 Oct.
-, 1644, to be exchanged for such Person as the House shall approve, 23 Aug. - The Committee for Prisoners to consider of a fit Person, 16 Oct.

Merrick,
-, Dr. 1643, Order for Sale of his sequestered Goods, 29 June.
-, Sir John, 1643, thanked for his Services, 28 Sept.

Merry,
-, Thurston, 1642, committed to Newgate for a Riot in Southwark, 17 Mar.
-, Sir Thomas, 1643, Order for seizing his Goods, 15 Aug.

Mervin,
-, Colonel Audley, 1643, Order for stopping all Monies, &c. to be delivered to him, 10 Nov.

Mervyn,
-, Sir Henry, 1644, Petition for Islands not discovered, communicated by Lords, 30 Apr. - They put the House in mind thereof, 17 May - 5 June.

Messages
-, from King. Vide King.
-, from Lords, 1642, desiring the House to sit in the Asternoon; Answer thereto, 16 & 18 Mar. - Acquainting the House they intend to sit every Morning at a convenient time; Answer thereto, 23.
-, 1643, acquainting the House they intend to sit in the Afternoon; Answer thereto, 6, 11 & 13 Apr. - 22 Jan. - Desiring the House to continue sitting, 15 - Concerning an Adjournment, Answer thereto, 12 Oct. - Acquainting the House they had adjourned till Afternoon, 12 Feb.
-, 1644, desiring the Houses may sit only Three Days in a Week; Answer thereto, 16 Apr. - Desiring the House to sit next Day; Answer thereto, 29 - Desiring them to sit in the Afternoon; Answer thereto, 31 Aug. - 9, 16, 17 & 21 Dec.
-, to Lords, 1643, desiving them to sit in the Afternoon; Answer thereto, 25 & 30 Mar. - 6 June - 26 Oct. - Desiring them to continue sitting, 18 & 23 May - 29 June 3, 20 & 22 July - 5, 12 & 16 Aug. - 23 Sept. - 23 Dec. - 20 Jan. - Exceptions taken to Lords Answer to a Message; Business respited, 20 June - Member to intimate to them to sit betimes next Day, 18 Aug. Acquainting them with a Vote concerning Adjournment; Answer thereto, 13 Nov. - Acquainting them the House intends not to sit next Day, 7 & 11 Dec.
-, 1644, desiring them to continue sitting, 8 & 17 Apr. - Desiring them to sit next Day; Answer thereto, 17 - Acquainting them with Votes concerning Adjournment, 25 Apr. - 28 June - Desiring them to sit in the Afternoon; Answer thereto, 10 June - 31 Aug. - 19 Dec.

Messengers,
-, 1643, to Lords, to be injoined Secrecy, 6 & 12 June.

Mew,
-, William, 1643, to be summoned to appear in the Assembly, 23 Oct.

Mewes,
-, Mr. 1643, desired to preach, 25 Oct. - Thanked, and to print his Sermon, 29 Nov.

Mews,
-, 1643, Oats to be sent from thence, to Lord General's Army, 25 Apr.
-, 1644, a Committee to purge it of ill-affected Persons, 7 Sept.

Michael,
-, St. Cornhill, 1642, Ordinance for sequestering the Living, read, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 16 Mar. - Day appointed by them for hearing Proofs against the Parson, 17.
-, St. Royal, 1643, Order for sequestering the Living, read, and agreed to, 22 Aug.

Mickleham,
-, 1643, Order for sequestering the Living, read, and agreed to, 22 Aug.

Micklethwaite,
-, Dr. 1643, Motion for recommending him to be Physician at St. Bartholomew's Hospital, 12 Feb.

Middlesex,
-, 1643, Collectors upon the Bill for 400,000 £ to bring in their Arrears, and perfect their Accounts, 4 Apr. - Books of the Weekly Assessments to be carried to the Committee at Haberdashers Hall, 6 - Deputy Lieutenants appointed, 11 May - 5 July - 13 Sept. - List of Malignants in the County to be delivered to Sir Arthur Hasselrigg, 12 May - Committees added, 30 - One discharged, 17 Aug. - Earl of Holland discharged from being Lieutenant, 23 - Deputy, Lieutenants impowered to keep in Custody Persons refusing to pay Assessments - Order for sending a Troop of Horse to Lord General, 1 Sept. - Ordinance for the Trained Bands to march as he shall direct, agreed to by Lords, 18 Oct. - A Committee to consider of removing Forces billetted hereabouts - The Troop of the County to keep about the Roads leading to London, 7 Nov. - Order for paying Billet-money, 5 Dec.
-, Ordinance for raising Forces. and Monies for maintaining them, read, 12. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 15 Jan. Passed, 20. Sent to Lords, 22 - House informed that Two Ordinances concerning the Connty interfered with each other; both referred to a Committee, 21 Mar.
-, 1644, Deputy Lieutenants appointed, 8 May - Day appointed for paying in the Monthly Monies assigned for Lord General's Army, 6 June - Cafe of the Inhabitants without and within the Lines, reported; Resolution for discharging those within the Lines from contributing to the Garison at Uxbridge - A Committee to consider what Forces may be raised without the Lines, and whether they may not be drawn out of the County, 29 - Collections upon the Assessments to be brought in, 19 Aug. - Order touching the Proportion of House for the County - Ordinance for appointing a Committee for putting it into a Posture of Defence without the Lines, read, 3 Sept. - Read a Second time, and passed; Continuance thereof, 23 Oct. Ordinance agreed to by Lords, with Amendments; Amendments agreed to, 24 - Ordinance explained, 4 Nov. - Order touching the Quartering of Horse come into the County, 22.
-, Earl of, 1643, Message to be sent to Lords, to acquaint them, that he pleads his Privilege against the Assessment of his 20th Part, 23 Oct. Sent; their Answer, 26 - Lords to be desired that 1,000 £ assessed upon him may be sent to Sir William Waller, 25 Nov. - That it may be paid to the Earl of Stamford, 7 Feb. Lords Reasons for reducing it to 600 £ read, and agreed to, 17.

Middleton,
-, Mr. 1642, Order for melting down the Plate, and disposing of the Money seized at his House, 21 Mar.
-, Sir Thomas, 1643, a Committee to consider of Reparation of Damages sustained by the King's Forces, 10 Apr. - Ordinance appointing him Serjeant Major General of Five Welsh Counties, read, and agreed to, 26 May - Lords Concurrence signified, 3 June - Ordinance for securing the Repayment of Monies taken up by him, read, and re-committed, 26 May. Sent to Lords, 29 - House put them in mind thereof; Ordinance returned, with Amendments, 3 June. Conference desired with Lords thereupon, agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, 5. Another Conference to be desired with them, 6. Desired, and agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, 10. Ordinance agreed to by Lords, 12 - Commissary appointed for valuing Horse brought to serve under him; Parties bringing them to have public Faith - Order for paying Monies to him upon Account, 24 - His Letter concerning the State of his Forces - Order for Repayment of Part of his Loan, 17 Oct. - Another Letter concerning his Success in entering Wales, and taking several Places, read; Lord Admiral to be desired to send some Ships to ride upon the Coasts - Lord General to be desired to send him present Assistance; his Answer reported - A Committee to consider of raising Money and Arms for his Forces, and a Maintenance for him, 27 Nov. - Order for paying the Residue of his Loan by 500 £ Weekly - A Committee to prepare Ordinance enabling him to raise Forces for reducing North Wales, 8 Jan. - Ordinance read; Order for Second Reading, 20. Read, and re-committed, 30 - Reported, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 7 Feb. Ordinance returned from them, with Amendments; Amendments agreed to, 13 - Assembly to be moved to write to the Ministers of London, &c. for Encouragement of Subscriptions for maintaining his Forces - 1,000/. consigned to him for providing Arms, 23 - Order for delivering Powder, &c. to him, 1 Mar. - For his employing Delinquents Money that he shall discover, in raising Forces, 7.
-, 1644, Lift of Monies collected or subscribed for him, to be brought to the Committee at Grocers Hall; the Collectors to proceed in their Collections, 28 Mar. - Order for paying him 400 £ for dispatching some Forces, 6 Apr. - For paying him Monies seized in Perpoole Lane, to enable him to advance forthwith, 29 - Order for such Monies to him as he shall discover, sent to Lords, 21 June - A Committee to send him Ministers that can preach in Welsh, 20 July - His Letter read; a Committee to consider of sending him 50 Barrels of Powder, and raising Money for North Wales; Member to prepare Letter of Thanks to him to be signed by Speaker, 12 Aug. - The Committee of both Kingdoms to take care of supplying him with Men, Arms, and Ammunition - Member to prepare Ordinance for applying Monies given for the Repair of Paul's, for Payment of his Forces, 13 Sept. Ordinance read twice, and passed, 24, Agreed to by Lords, 27 - His Letter, relating the taking of Red-castle, read; Member to prepare Letter of Thanks - Order for sending up the Collections made in Yarmouth for him, 10 Oct.
-, Dr. 1643, committed to Southwark Compter, 19 July.
-, Colonel, 1644, Petition; Order for repairing forth with to his Charge, 15 May - For his streightening the King's Quarters, diverting his Forces, and assisting Lord General, agreed to by Lords, 23 Aug. - His Letter eoncerning breaking the King's Levies, and dispersing their Forces, read, 24. - Another Letter read, 29 - Another, informing his Resolution to march towards the Relief of Lord General, read - Letters to be sent to him, read - The Committee of both Kingdoms to direct him to advance nearer to the King's Army, 2 Sept. - His Petition referred to the Committee for Hants, 28 Nov. - The Committee to consult with Sir William Waller about raising Monies for paying his Forces, 6 Dec.
-, Mr. a Member, 1644, Articles concerning him to be presented, 26 Aug.

Midlemore,
-, Edward, Vide Heron, Edward.

Mildmay,
-, Sir Henry, 1643, Conference desired by Lords concerning him, 3 Nov. Vide Wharton, Lord - Member undertakes to give him Notice to attend, 11. His Letter, to know the House's Pleasure touching his Attendance, as he had visited a Child supposed to die of the Plague; Order for him to attend, 27 - Willing to forbear his Loan; Order touching the Payment thereof, 15 Dec.
-, Jane, 1643, Petition for an Increase of Maintenance, referred to a Committee of both Houses, 7 Feb.

Milford
-, Haven, 1643, Letter concerning a Fort raising there by the King's Forces, referred to the Committee for the Navy, 19 Apr. - Lord Admiral to be desired to send Ships for Defence of the Haven, 24 June - Gentlemen of Pembrokeshire to be thanked for surprising a Ship, and to be desired to think of Means for revictualling Ships there, 29 Aug.
-, 1644. Vide Association - Security of the Harbour and Forces recommended to the Committee of both Kingdoms, 23 Oct.

Militia,
-, 1644, a Committee to bring in a Bill for settling it through the Kingdom, 17 Aug. - The Committee of both Kingdoms to present the Number of Regiments to be established, and the Numbers of which they shall consist, with the Colonels Names, 24 Dec.

Miller,
-, John, 1643, to be sent for, as a Delinquent, for refusing to pay the Weekly Assessments, 11 Apr.

Milles,
-, Peter, 1643, to be discharged, and have Warrant to take Post-horses - Fact of staying him, referred to the Committee in Essex, 8 July.

Millis,
-, James, 1643, to be secured, or sent out of the Isle of Wight, 12 Mar.

Mills,
-, Brute. Vide Muncton, William.
-, Toby, 1643, ordered into Custody, 18 Sept. Examined, and committed to the Gatehouse, 19 - Order for his Discharge, 20 Dec.

Minchenden,
-, Upper, 1642, Ordinance for sequestering the Living, sent to Lords, 16 Mar. - Day appointed by them for hearing Proofs against the Parson, 17.

Minify,
-, George, 1643, not to depart the Kingdom till he give Security to answer a Petition against him, 26 Sept. - To be permitted to transport Provisions to his Family in Virginia, 3 Oct.

Ministers,
-, 1643, Petition for a Fast; Resolution thereupon. Vide Fast - Informations against such as refuse to take or tender the Covenant, referred to the Committee for plundered Ministers; Committee impowered to tender it to them, 19 July - None to be admitted to any Benefice but by Certificate from the Assembly, 27 - The Committee for plundered Ministers to take care of providing for those of the Assembly, 21 Oct.
-, scandalous, 1643, Member to prepare Ordinance to enable the Committees in the several Counties to sequester their Livings, 3 July - The Committee for plundered Ministers to consider of Informations against them, and to put them out upon Proof, 27 - All that come to have Voices, 23 Aug. - Deputy Lieutenants and Committees in the Counties impowered to examine Witnesses against them, 6 Sept.
-, Welsh, 1644, Petition of those at Portsmouth, referred to a Committee, 20 July.

Mint,
-, 1643, Order for Delivery of Coals to the Master and Officers, 12 July.
-, 1644, Order for exempting them from any Imprest; Speaker's Warrant for their Exemption to stand good, 27 Apr. - Member to prepare Ordinance for confirming to the working Moneyers such Privileges, as the House shall think fit, 27 June - Their Petition, desiring an Enjoyment of their ancient Privileges, read, and referred to a Committee, 18 Oct. Committees added - The Committee for the Revenue to continue their Inquiry into the Miscarriages of the Mint, 19.

Mitton,
-, Colonel Thomas, 1643, Petition referred to the Committee for Sequestrations, 7 Feb. - Order for sending him Powder, &c. - A Committee to consider of providing Money for him, 1 Mar.
-, 1644, Order for paying him 100 £ - To be thanked for defending the Garison of Wem, 18 Apr. - To be thanked for his good Services at the taking of Oswaldstre Castle - Order for Relief to his Wife and Children, 28 June.

Molins,
-, Mr. 1643, Master and Wardens of St. Thomas's Hospital to be desired to discharge him from being Surgeon; another recommended, 15 Jan.

Molrion,
-, Darby O, 1644, committed to Winchester House, 30 Apr. - Order for his Discharge, 3 May.

Molton,
-, Captain, 1643, to be permitted to transport 300 Quarters of Wheat at Portsmouth, 23 Sept. - Petition against him referred to Lord Admiral, 15 Nov.

Monck,
-, Colonel, 1643, to be sent up in safe Custody, 5 Mar.
-, 1644, Letter concerning sending him Prisoner, read; Order for his Commitment to the Tower; Sentence pronounced, 8 July - Members have Leave to visit him, 10 Sept. - Information concerning him, referred to the Committee for Examinations, 26 Oct.

Moneyers.
-, Vide Mint.

Monkaster,
-, Thomas, 1643, Sir Jacob Astley's Pass to him, read; Order for committing him to the Gatehouse, and sending him to Lord General, to be tried by a Council of War, 10 Apr.

Monmouth,
-, Town, 1643, Election referred to the Committee of Privileges, 22 Jan.
-, 1644, Report; Sir John Trevor voted unduly elected; Election declared void, 29 Nov.
-, 1644, Letter concerning the taking it read, and referred to a Committee; Instruction to consider of nominating a Governor and additional Committees, 30 Sept. - Governor and Committees agreed to by Lords, 14 Oct.

Monroe,
-, Colonel, 1643, his Letter, 8 Nov.

Monson,
-, Mr. 1643, to be committed to such Prison as Speaker shall make his Warrant for, 23 Sept.

Montague,
-, Lord Viscount, 1643, Order for sequestering his Estate, 27 June.
-, 1644, Order for sending up Plate, &c. found in his House, 1 Apr. - For carrying them to Campden House, 6 June.

Monteagle,
-, Lord, 1643, Lords to be moved to continue his Restraint, 10 June.

Montgomery,
-, Sir James, 1643, Order for stopping all Monies, &c. that are to be delivered to him, 10 Nov.

Montgomery
-, Castle, 1644, Letters concerning the raising the Siege, with the Articles of Surrender, read; Thanksgiving thereupon; Messenger to be rewarded, 23 Sept. - The Committee of both Kingdoms to consider of disposing of the Foot taken there; Officers to be thanked, 24.

Montmorris,
-, Lord, 1643, to have Warrant to go into Ireland, 29 July - Warrant revoked; Order for his Attendance, 29 Aug. - To have Pass to go to Duncannon, 19 Sept. - To have Warrant in general to go into Ireland, 22.

Montroe,
-, Major General, 1643, his Letter referred to a Committee of both Houses, 8 Nov.

Moore,
-, alias Rich, Captain, 1643, the Committee for the Navy to prepare Order for restoring his Monies, 17 Apr. - Order for that Purpose, sent to Lords, 5 May.
-, Thomas, 1643, to attend the Service of the House within Ten Days, upon pain of forfeiting 200 £ 9 May.
-, Sir Poynings, 1643, to attend the Service of the House within Ten Days, upon pain of forfeiting 200 £ 9 May - To attend the Committee for sequestering absent Members Estates, 28 Sept. - To be assessed his 20th Part, 25 Nov. - Respited for 14 Days, 22 Jan. - To be admitted to take the Covenant; takes it, 7 Feb.
-, Colonel John, 1643, impowered to call a Regiment, by Beat of Drum, to assist him in seizing Arms, 31 May. - His Letter concerning the Rising of the Rebels in Corke - The Committee for the Navy to write a Letter to Lord Admiral concerning making him Vice Admiral of the Coasts between Holyhead and Whitehaven, 22 Nov.
-, 1644, the same Committee to consider of Satisfaction for his Ship employed in the Service of the State, 13 June - Information concerning a Ship taken out of his Possession, and sold without his Privity, referred to the Committee for Examinations; no Person except his Servants to meddle with it, 9 Dec.
-, Mr. 1643, Order for restoring his Horse, 12 June.
-, Alexander, 1643, Petition for Relief, referred to the Committee for Irish Affairs, 17 June.
-, Mrs. 1644, Order for paying her 97 £ for Corn delivered to the Garison at Dundalk, 22 Nov.

Morecock,
-, Mr. 1643, to be admitted in to the Place at Chatham which Lord Warwick designed him, 13 Nov.

Moreton,
-, Earl of, 1643, voted an Incendiary; Resolution for sequestering his Estate in England, 10 May.
-, Maides, 1643, Parson appointed during the Vacancy of the Cure; the Bishop not to give Institution till the Title is determined, 5 Apr. - The Parson approved by the House to receive the Profits, 22 May.
-, Castle, 1644, Letter concerning the taking it read, 13 Sept.
-, Sir William, 1644, to be sent up in safe Custody, 13 June - Committed to the Tower, 17 Aug. - Members have Leave to visit him, 10 Sept.

Morgan,
-, John, and Robert Bathur, 1643, Petition referred to the Committee for Examinations; Order for Stay of Process, 6 May.
-, Richard, 1643, Petition referred to the Committee for Irish Affairs, 30 Sept.
-, Mr. a Papist, 1644, Member to prepare Ordinance for settling his Estate upon Mr. Pym's Heirs, 24 July. Vide Pym.

Morley,
-, Mr. 1642, to be thanked for staying the Earl of Strafford in his Passage over to France, 23 Mar.
-, 1643, his Letter read; Member to acquaint him, that the House refers to him the Examination of the Business concerning the Bark arrested; Order for his detaining it in the mean time; Member to return to him the additional Committees for Sussex, and more Books of the Assessment, 3 May.
-, Colonel, 1643, his Letter, with Letters inclosed, referred to the Committee for Examinations; Order for him to bestow the Saddles as a Reward upon the Soldiers, 29 Apr. - To employ the Horses and Saddles in the Service of the Parliament, 9 May - Another Letter, with Letters and Papers inclosed, read, and referred to the Committee for Safety, 2 June - Other Letters, 24 Aug.
-, Sir John, 1643, Order for sequestering his Estate, 27 June.
-, 1644, Report concerning him; Order for admitting him to a Fine and Composition; Committee to compound with him, 23 Oct.
-, Sir William, 1643, Resolution for taking off his Sequestration, upon Payment of certain Sums, 8 Sept. Order for that Purpose, 9 - The Committee for Sequestrations to give Order for clearing his Estate according to Composition, 18 Oct. - Ordinance for restoring him to his Estates and Rents, read, and passed, 18 Nov. Agreed to by Lords, 22.
-, George, 1643, to be discharged from being a Member of the Assembly, 11 Oct. - To be summoned to appear there, 23.

Morriawe,
-, Sarah, 1643, Petition referred to the Committee for Salop, 1 Mar.

Morriss,
-, Julian, 1643, Petition referred to the Committee for Captives, 21 Apr.

Mosely,
-, Francis and Nicolas, 1643, Ordinance for seizing their Goods and Estates, sent to Lords, 5 May. Name to be inserted, 12.
-, Lieutenant Colonel, 1643, to be thanked by both Houses, 26 Jan.

Mosse,
-, George, 1643. Vide Privileges.

Mostyn,
-, John, 1643, voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament, 5 Feb.

Motion,
-, 1643, Leave to make One, 31 Mar. - No private Motion to be made after 9 o'Clock - No new Motion to be made after 12 o'Clock, 6 Apr.
-, 1644, Members making a new Motion after 12 o'Clock, to pay 5s. to the Poor, 14 Feb.

Mott,
-, Mr. 1643, to have the Moiety of the Tythes and Profits of Stoke and Nayland, 23 Oct. - To have the Moiety of the Glebe Lands, 20 Nov.

Movatt,
-, Hugh, 1644, his Letter, desiring Persons may be appointed to receive his Letters from the Queen and Regents of Sweden; the Committee of both Kingdoms to receive them; Lords Concurrence to be desired - Conference desired by Lords concerning Two Letters from him, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; a Committee of both Houses to hear what he has to deliver, 19 Dec. Order for their Meeting, 20 & 21. His Letters, communicated by Lords, to be read; Clerk to translate them, 24.

Moulin,
-, Monsieur du, 1643, his Servant to have Warrant to carry Letters to the Queen at Oxon, 26 Aug. - Covers of his Letters to Duke d'Harcourt to be opened in his Presence, 10 Jan. - A Committee to send for him, and, in his Presence, lay up the Letters safe in the Cloak-bag, and to acquaint him the House intends to write to the Duke d'Harcourt, and that the Letters and Passes will be ready next Day, 12. Speaker to send for him, and deliver the Mail of Letters, 13. Duke d'Harcourt's Letters to him, stayed at Uxbridge, to be delivered, 17 - Pacquet of Letters going to France, referred to the Committee for Safety, 6. Report; Letters to be delivered to him, 22 - Covers of a Pacquet of Letters taken with him in his Passage from Oxon, to be opened in his Presence, 23 Feb.

Mountague,
-, Walter, 1643, Letter concerning the Stay of him; Order for sending him up in safe Custody, 2 Oct. Passages concerning apprehending him, reported; Thanks thereupon; Order for his Commitment to the Tower; Question for opening Letters brought by him, sealed with the Arms of France, and directed to the King and Queen, Neg.; a Committee to examine him, 5 - Day appointed for his Examination; Mr. Recorder to meet the Committee, 10 Jan. - Order for seizing and selling his Goods, and disposing of the Proceed thereof, 9 Feb. The Committee to examine him with Speed, and make Report, 10.
-, Edward, 1643, to be summoned upon 14 Days Respite, 22 Jan. - Takes the Covenant, 7 Feb.

Mowyer,
-, Captain, 1643, Order for Payment of his Arrears - for allowing him 200 £ in acknowledgment of his Services; Letter of Encouragement to be sent to him, 3 July - Monies taken out of Sir John Hotham's Trunk to be delivered to him, 10.

Muchinge,
-, 1643, Order for sequestering the Living, read, and agreed to, 13 July.

Mulgrave,
-, Earl of, 1643, his Letter, concerning his Estate's being seized by the King's Forces, communicated by Lords; Order for allowing him 50 £ Weekly out of the Sequestrations, 1 June. Treasurers to pay it, 29.
-, 1644, his Petition from Lords, for Payment thereof, 27 Apr. To be read, 27 Apr. - 25 May - They put House in mind thereof; Resolution for lending him 150 £ upon Account, 1 July.

Muncton,
-, 1643, Ordinance from Lords concerning the Parsonage, 30 Oct.
-, William, and Brute Mills, 1643, Petition read, and to be shewn to Lord Viscount Say, 25 Nov.

Munster.
-, Vide Ireland.

Murford,
-, William, 1643, Information touching his fraudulent landing Goods at Lynn; Governor to be desired to summon him to appear, and, upon Refusal, to send him up in safe Custody, 5 Oct.

Murray,
-, Lord, 1643, to have Warrant to send his Servant to Oxon with a Letter, 29 June.
-, Sir H. 1643, to have Warrant to pass with his Lady, &c. into France, 12 June.
-, Mrs. 1643, to give Security, upon her Discharge, that she will not come to Town without Leave, 5 Sept.
-, Lady Sophia, 1643, Order for permitting her Corpse, with Attendants, to pass into Scotland; Person to have Warrant to go to Oxon, to obtain a Pass for Lady Annandale to go with it, 20 Sept.

Murrell,
-, Mr. 1643, Letter concerning him referred to the Committee for Irish Affairs, 3 Oct.

Muschamp,
-, Mr. 1643, to be sent for, as a Delinquent, 13 Apr. Order suspended, 14.

Muschamp,
-, 1644, Letter concerning the beating up the Enemy's Quarters there, read, 4 Dec.

Musgrave,
-, Sir Philip, 1642, Information that he puts the Commission of Array in Execution; voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament, 15 Mar.
-, 1643, Order for sequestering his Estate, 28 Sept.



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