House of Lords Journal Volume 9
12 February 1647

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DIE Veneris, 12 die Februarii.

P R AYE R S, by Doctor Hill.

Dmini præsentes fueruht:

Comes Manchester, Speaker.

Comes Warwicke.
Comes Kent.
Comes Mulgrave.
Comes Nottingham.
Comes Sarum.
Comes Suffolke.
L. Viscount Say & Seale.
L.Viscount Hereford.
Comes Rutland.
Comes Northumb.
Ds. Grey.
Ds. Howard.
Ds.North.
Ds. Dacres.
Ds. Hunsdon.
Ds. Maynard.
Ds. Bruce.
Ds. Wharton.

Ordinances to clear the following Persona of their Delinquency.

These Ordinances for taking off Sequestratiohs from Delinquents Estates were read, and Agreed to; (videlicet,)

1. Mr.Manleie's Ordinance. (Here enter.)

2. Mr. Werden's Ordinance. (Here enter it.)

3. Mr. Chester's Ordinance. (Here enter it.)

4. Mr. John Angu's Ordinance. (Here enter it.)

5. Mr. Tho. Browne's Ordinance.(Here enter it.)

6. Mr. John Prouse and his Son's Ordinance. (Here enter it.)

7. Mr. Charles Tankard's Ordinance. (Here enter it.)

8. Mr. Rich. Thompson's Ordinance. (Here enter it.)

9. Mr James Moore's Ordinance. (Here enter it.)

10.Mr. Valentine Saunters's Ordinance. (Here enter it.)

11. Mr. Tho. Carew's Ordinance. (Here enter it.)

12. Dame Judith Glarke her Ordinance. (Here enter it.)

13. Sir John Miller's Ordinance. (Here enter it.)

14. Mr. Tho. Kersforth's. Ordinance. (Here enter it.)

15. Mrs. Jane Croseland her Ordinance. (Here enter it:)

16. Sir John Kayes's Ordinance. (Here enter it.)

17. Richard Atkins's Ordinance. (Here enter it.)

18. Mr. John Angell's Ordinance. (Here enter it.)

19. Mr. Edward Andrewe's and Mr.Tho. Pagett's Ordinance. (Here enter it.)

20. Mr. Colewell, &c. their Ordinance. (Here enter it.)

21. Mr. John Neale's Ordinance. (Here enter it)

22. Mr. John Ackland's Ordinance. (Here enter it.)

23. Mr. Laumnce Bentall's Ordinance, (Here enter it.)

24. Mr. George Cotton's Ordinance. (Here enter it.)

25. Sir Patricuis Curwin's Ordinance. (Here enter it.)

Ordinance to prohibit the killing Beef, &c. for Two Months.

The House was adjourned into a Committee during Pleasure, to take into Consideration the Ordinance prohibiting Killing of Flash for Two Month.

The House was resumed.

And the said.Ordinance was read the Third Time, and Agreed to; and Ordered to be sent to the House of Commons for their Concurrence.

Ordinance to settle the Militia.

The House Was adjourned into a Committee during Pleasure, to take into Consideration. the. Ordinance for settling the Militia of the Kingdoms of England and Ireland.

The House being resumed;

The said Ordinance was read the Third Time.

And the Question being put, "Whether to agree to this Ordinance now read?"

It was Resolved in the Affirmative.

Message to the H. C. with them; about Peaker's Examination; and for Persons to be added to the Assembly.

A Message was sent to the House of Commons, by Sir Edward Leech and Mr. Page:

1. To deliver to them the Ordinance concerning Flesh, and to desire their Concurrence.

2. The Ordinance concerning the settling of the Militia of the Kingdoms of England and Ireland; and to desire their Concurrence therein.

3. To desire that Tobias Peaker may be brought before a Committee of Lords To-morrow in the Afternoon.

4. To desire their Concurrence, that Mr. Wincaham be added to the Assembly, as the other Commissioners of Scotland were.

5. To desire Concurrence, that Mr. Bolton be added to the Assembly; and Mr. Horton and Mr. Roberts to be added to the Assembly.

Scots Commissioners to have Notice of Peaker's Examination.

Ordered, That the Scotts Commissioners have Notice, that Tobias Peaker is to be examined by a Committee of Lords To-morrow in the Afternoon; and, if they please, they may be present, or send such Persons as they shall think fit.

Letter from the Parliament of Scotland. sent to the H. C.

A Letter from the Parliament of Scotland was read; and Ordered to be communicated to the House of Commons, by Sir Edward Leech. (Here enter.)

Letter, &c. from the Commissioners with the King.

A Letter from the Earl of Pembrooke, &c. with a Declaration inclosed, was read. (Here enter it.)

Lathbury, E. of Chesterfield's Servant's Privilege.

Ordered, That Arthur Lathbury, a menial Servant of the Earl of Chesterfield, who is arrested in Derby, at the Suit of Sir Sam. Sleigh, shall be released, according to the Privilege of Parliament.

Grounds of Delinquents Compositions sent for.

Ordered, That the Clerk of the Committee at Gouldsmithes Hall shall send the Grounds of the Compositions of those Persons that have Ordinances depending in this House, according to the List which is to be sent by the Clerk of this House, and a Return thereof be made with all Speed.

Message to the H. C. for the E. of Cleveland to have a Week's Leave.

Ordered, To send to the House of Commons, to desire their Concurrence, that the Earl of Cleaveland may have Leave One Week to go (fn. *) to the Lady Lovelace his Daughter, who is very sick.

Sent by Sir Edward Leech and Mr. Page.

Letter from the Parliament of Scotland, that they will send Commissioners to join the English Ones, to attend the King with Propositions for Peace.

"For the Right Honnorable the Speakers of both the Houses of the Parliament of England.

"Right Honnorable,

"Wee have receaved your Lordship's Letter, dated at Westm'r, the 27th of January last: And as this Kingdome hath, by their Engagment in this Cause, and their faithfull Prosecution of it, manifested their Affection to their Brethren of England; soe, haveing had many Experiences of the brotherly Kindnes of the Parliament of England, wee hope your Lordship will fully agree with what hes bin declared and desired by us in our late Addresse.

"Our Army is now on their March Homeward. Many of the Garrisons are already delivered; and what remaines on our Part shal be punctually performed: And als soone as wee have disbanded our Forces, excepting such as wee are necessitate to keepe upp for suppressinge those Irish Rebells and their Adherents, who have for a long Tyme infested this Kingdome, wee intend to authorise Commissioners, to joyne with those that shal bee sent by both Houses of the Parliament of England, for obtayning His Majesty's Assent to the Propositions, and for agreeing upon what shal bee further propounded or thought necessary for preservinge and strengtheninge the happy Union of these Kingdomes, the perpetuating whereof shall ever be the earnest Desires and constant Endeavors of

Ed'r. 5 Febr. 1647.

"Your affectionate Freinds

"and Servaunts,

"Crawford Lindsey,

President of Parliament."

Letter from the Commissioners with the King, that He is at Leeds, and inclosing the following Order.

"For the Right Honourable the Earl of Manchester, Speaker of the House of Peers pro Tempore.

"My Lord,

"By your Lordship's Letter, you have been pleased to give us Notice of their Lordships Approbation and Acceptance of our Endeavours to serve them. We desire that, by the same Hand, our humble Thanks may be returned to their Lordships, with this Assurance, That from so great a Favour we cannot but receive Encouragement to improve our Services to the best Advantage. The King came to Rippon on Saturday Night last, where He rested upon the Lord's-day. A little before Dinner, many diseased Persons came, bringing with them Ribbons and Gold, and were only touched, without any other Ceremony. We are now at Leeds, where Hundreds attend in the same Manner. And for that it may be of very dangerous Consequence to His Majesty's Person and Safety, and otherwise inconvenient, we have agreed to publish a Declaration, the Copy of which we here inclosed send you; and if you shall think fit of any other Way to prevent this Inconvenience, none shall be more ready to obey your Commands than,

Leeds, 9 Febr. 1646.

"My Lord,

"Your Lordship's faithful Servants,

"Pembrooke & Mountc. B. Denbigh. Ed. Mountague."

Order to prevent diseased Persons from resorting to the King, to be touched.

"Whereas divers People do daily resort unto the Court, under Pretence of having the Evil; and whereas very many of them are in Truth infected with other dangerous Diseases, and are therefore altogether unfit to come into the Presence of His Majesty: These are strictly to require and charge all Persons whatsoever, which are diseased, not to presume hereafter to repair unto the Court, wheresoever it be, upon Pain of being severely punished for such their Intrusion: And we do farther require all Sheriffs, Mayors, Bailiffs, Constables, and other Officers, to see this our Order published.

"Dated at Leeds, this 9th of February, 1646.

"By Command of the Commissioners appointed by both Houses of Parliament to attend the King's Person to Holdenby.

"Daniel Earle, Secretary to the Commissioners."

Ordinance to clear Manley of his Delinquency.

"Whereas Willoughby Manley, of Thorneylands, in the County of Stafford, Gentleman, hath by both Houses of Parliament been admitted to his Fine of One Hundred Pounds, for adhering to the Forces raised against the Parliament: The Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament do hereby authorize and appoint the Commissioners of the Great Seal of England to pass a Pardon for the said Willoughby Manley, in such Manner as shall be agreed by both Houses, according to this Ordinance, with a Grant and Restitution of his Lands, Goods, and Chattels, and other Estate for which the said (fn. *) Fine was accepted, according to the Particular thereof made, and entered with the Committee at Gouldsmiths Hall, and of all Mean Profits, from the Third Day of December, 1645, with an Exception of the Right or Estate of the said Willoughby Manley in or to all Advowsons, Presentation, and Right of Patronage, to any Church or Chapel; and Oliver St. John Esquire His Majesty's Solicitor General is hereby required to prepare a Pardon accordingly: Provided always, That this Ordinance, or the said Pardon thereon to be passed, shall not extend to free the said Willoughby Manley from a further Composition, for any other Lands, Goods, or Chattels, than what are contained in the Particular aforesaid; and that in Case the said Lands mentioned in the said Particular were of greater Yearly Values than are therein expressed during Three Years before the Year of our Lord 1640, then the said Willoughby Manley shall pay such further Fine, by Way of Composition for the same, as both Houses of Parliament shall appoint."

J. and R. Werden, D°.

"Whereas John Werden, of the City of Chester, and Robert Werden his Son and Heir Apparent, have by both Houses of Parliament been admitted to their Fines of Six Hundred Pounds; the said John Werden the Father having been a Commissioner of Array for the King against the Parliament, and the said Robert Werden his said Son having been in Arms against the Parliament: The Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament do hereby authorize and appoint His Majesty's Solicitor General to prepare a Pardon to the said John and Robert Werden for their said several Offences, in such Form as shall be agreed by both Houses for like Offenders, together with a Grant of, and Restitution to them, their Heirs and Assigns, of all their Lands, Goods, and Chattels, and other Estate for which the said Fines were accepted, according to a Particular thereof made, and entered with the Committee at Gouldsmiths Hall, and of all Mean Profits, from the 7th Day of March, 1646, with an Exception of the Right or Estates of the said John and Robert Werden in or to all Advowsons, Presentations, and Right of Patronage, to any Church or Chapel; which said Pardon, so prepared, the Commissioners for the Great Seal of England for the Time being are hereby likewise authorized to pass under the said Great Seal accordingly: Provided always, That this Ordinance, or the said Pardon thereon to be passed, shall not extend to free the said John and Robert Werden (fn. †) from a further Composition, for any other Lands, Goods, or Chattels, than what are contained in the Particular aforesaid; and that, in case the said Lands mentioned in the said Particular are of greater Yearly Value than are therein expressed during Three Years before the Year of our Lord 1640, then the said John and Robert Werden shall pay such further Fine, by Way of Composition, as both Houses of Parliament shall appoint."

Chester, D°.

"Whereas Thomas Chester, of Aldmondsbury, in the County of Gloucester, Esquire, hath by both Houses of Parliament been admitted to his Fine of One Thousand Pounds, he having adhered to the Forces raised against the Parliament: The Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament do hereby authorize and appoint His Majesty's Solicitor General to prepare a Pardon to the said Thomas Chester, for his said Offence, in such Form as is agreed by both Houses for like Offenders, together with a Grant of, and Restitution to him, his Heirs and Assigns, of all his Lands, Goods, and Chattels, and other Estate for which the said Fine was accepted, according to a Particular thereof made, and entered with the Committee at Gouldsmiths Hall, and of all Mean Profits thereof, to the said Thomas Chester, from the 14th Day of March, 1645, with an Exception of the Right or Estate of the said Thomas Chester in or to all Advowsons, Presentations, and Right of Patronage, to any Church or Chapel; which said Pardon, so prepared, the Commissioners for the Great Seal of England for the Time being are hereby authorized to pass under the said Great Seal accordingly: Provided always, That this Ordinance, or the said Pardon thereon to be passed, shall not extend to free the said Thomas Chester from any further Composition, for any other Lands, Goods, or Chattels, than what are contained in the Particular aforesaid; and that, in case the said Lands mentioned in the said Particular were of greater Yearly Value than are therein expressed during Three Years before the Year of our Lord 1640, then the said Thomas Chester shall pay such further Fine, by Way of Composition, as both Houses of Parliament shall appoint.

Angus, D°.

"Whereas John Angus, of Greate Melton, in the County of Norff. Gentleman, hath by both Houses of Parliament been admitted to his Fine of One Hundred Seventy and Three Pounds, for that he hath been in Arms against the Parliament of England: The Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament do hereby authorize and appoint His Majesty's Solicitor General to prepare a Pardon to the said John Angus, for his said Offence, in such Form as is agreed by both Houses for like Offenders, together with a Grant of, and Restitutton to him, his Heirs and Assigns, of all his Lands, Goods, and Chattels, and other Estate for which the said Fine was accepted, according to a Particular thereof made, and entered with the Committee at Gouldsmiths Hall, and of all Mean Profits thereof, to the said John Angus, from the 12th of September, 1646, with an Exception of the Right or Estate of the said John Angus in or to all Advowsons and Right of Patronage to any Church or Chapel; which said Pardon, so prepared, the Commissioners of the Great Seal of England for the Time being are hereby authorized to pass under the said Great Seal accordingly: Provided always, That this Ordinance, or the said Pardon thereon to be passed, shall not extend to free the said John Angus from any further Composition, for any other Lands, Goods, or Chattels, than what are contained in the Particular aforesaid; and that, in case the said Lands mentioned in the said Particular were of greater Yearly Values than are therein expressed during Three Years before the Year of our Lord 1640, then the said John Angus shall pay such further Fine, by Way of Composition, as both Houses of Parliament shall appoint."

Browne, D°.

"Whereas Thomas Browne, of Boston, in the County of Lincolne, Gentleman, hath by both Houses of Parliament been admitted unto the Fine of Two Hundred Pounds, for that he was in Arms against the Parliament: The Lords and Commons in Parliament assembled do hereby authorize and appoint the Commissioners of the Great Seal of England to pass a Pardon for the said Thomas Browne, in such Manner as shall be agreed by both Houses, and according to this Ordinance, with a Grant and Restitution of the Lands, Goods, and Chattels, and other Estate for which the said Fine was accepted, according to the Particular thereof made, and entered with the Committee at Gouldsmiths Hall, and of all Mean Profits, from the 10th of March, 1645, with an Exception of the Right or Estate of the said Thomas Browne in or to (fn. *) all Advowsons, Presentations, and Right of Patronage, to any Church or Chapel; and Oliver St. John Esquire His Majesty's Solicitor General is hereby required to prepare a Pardon accordingly: Provided always, That this Ordinance, or the said Pardon thereon to be passed, shall not extend to free the said Tho. Browne from a further Composition, for any other Lands, Goods, or Chattels, than what are contained in the Particular aforesaid; and that, in case the said Lands mentioned in the said Particular were of greater Yearly Value than are therein expressed during Three Years before the Year of our Lord 1640, then the said Thomas Browne shall pay such further Fine, by Way of Composition for the same, as both Houses of Parliament shall appoint."

H. and J. Prouz, D°.

"Whereas Humphry Prouz, of Chagford, in the County of Devon, Esquire, and John Prouz his Son, have by both Houses of Parliament been admitted to the Fine of Six Hundred Pounds; the said Humphry Prouz the Father having been a Commissioner for, and adhered to, the Forces raised against the Parliament; and the Son having been in Arms against the Parliament: The Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament do hereby authorize and appoint His Majesty's Solicitor General to prepare a Pardon to the said Humphry Prouz and John, for their said Offences, in such Form as is agreed by both Houses for like Offenders, together with a Grant of, and Restitution to them, their Heirs and Assigns, of all the Lands, Goods, and Chattels, and other Estate for which the said Fine was accepted, according to a Particular thereof made, and entered with the Committee at Gouldsmiths Hall, and of all Mean Profits thereof, from the 15th Day of July, 1646, with an Exception of the Right or Estate of the said Humphry and John Prouz, in or to all Advowsons, Presentations, and Right of Patronage, to any Church or Chapel; which said Pardon, so prepared, the Commissioners for the Great Seal of England for the Time being are hereby likewise authorized to pass under the said Great Seal accordingly: Provided always, That this Ordinance, or the said Pardon thereon to be passed, shall not extend to free the said Humphry and John Prouz from a further Composition, for any other Lands, Goods, or Chattels, than what are contained in the Particular aforesaid; and that, in case the said Lands mentioned in the said Particular were of greater Yearly Value than are therein expressed during Three Years before the Year of our Lord 1640, then the said Humphry and John Prouz shall pay such further Fine, by Way of Composition, as both Houses of Parliament shall appoint."

Tankerd, D°.

"Whereas Charles Tankerd, of Arden, in the County of York, Gentleman, hath by both Houses of Parliament been admitted to his Fine of Two Hundred and Twenty Pounds, he having been an Assessor of the Taxes levied for Maintenance of the Forces raised against the Parliament: The Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament do hereby authorize and appoint His Majesty's Solicitor General to prepare a Pardon to the said Charles Tankerd, for his said Offence, in such Form as is agreed by both Houses for like Offenders, together with a Grant of, and Restitution to him, his Heirs and Assigns, of all his Lands, Goods, and Chattels, and other Estate for which the said Fine was accepted, according to a Particular thereof made, and entered with the Committee at Gouldsmiths Hall, and of all Mean Profits thereof, from the 16th Day of March, 1645, with an Exception of the Right or Estate of the said Charles Tankerd in or to all Advowsons, Presentations, and Right of Patronage, to any Church or Chapel; which said Pardon, so prepared, the Commissioners of the Great Seal of England for the Time being are hereby likewise authorized to pass under the said Great Seal accordingly: Provided always, That this Ordinance, or the said Pardon thereon to be passed, shall not extend to free the said Charles Tankerd from a further Composition, for any other Lands, Goods, or Chattels, than what are contained in the Particular aforesaid; and that, in case the said Lands mentioned in the said Particular were of greater Yearly Value than are therein expressed during Three Years before the Year of our Lord 1640, then the said Charles Tankerd shall pay such further Fine, by Way of Composition, as both Houses of Parliament shall appoint.

Thompson, D°.

"Whereas Richard Thompson, of Killam, in the County of Yorke, Gentleman, hath by both Houses of Parliament been admitted to his Fine of One Hundred and Fifty Pounds, he having adhered to the Forces raised against the Parliament: The Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament do hereby authorize and appoint His Majesty's Solicitor General to prepare a Pardon to the said Richard Thompson, for his said Offence, in such Form as is agreed by both Houses for like Offenders, together with a Grant of, and Restitution to him, his Heirs and Assigns, of all his Lands, Goods, and Chattels, and other Estate for which the said Fine was accepted, according to a Particular thereof made, and entered with the Committee at Gouldsmiths Hall, and of all Mean Profits thereof, from the 31th Day of January, 1645, with an Exception of the Right or Estate of the said Richard Thompson in or to all Advowsons, Presentations, and Right of Patronage, to any Church or Chapel; which said Pardon, so prepared, the Commissioners for the Great Seal of England for the Time being are hereby likewise authorized to pass under the said Great Seal accordingly: Provided always, That this Ordinance, or the said Pardon thereon to be passed, shall not extend to free the said Richard Thompson from a further Composition, for any other Lands, Goods, or Chattels, than what are contained in the Particular aforesaid; and that, in case the said Lands mentioned in the said Particular were of greater Yearly Value than are therein expressed during Three Years before the Year of our Lord 1640, then the said Rich'd Thompson shall pay such further Fine, by Way of Composition, as both Houses of Parliament shall appoint."

Moore, D°.

"Whereas James Moore, of Angram, in the County of Yorke, Gentleman, hath by both Houses of Parliament been admitted to his Fine of One Hundred Thirty and Eight Pounds, he having adhered to the Forces raised against the Parliament: The Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament do hereby authorize and appoint His Majesty's Solicitor General to prepare a Pardon to the said James Moore, for his said Offence, in such Form as shall be agreed by both Houses for like Offenders, together with a Grant of, and Restitution to him, his Heirs and Assigns, of all his Lands, Goods, and Chattels, and other Estate for which the said Fine was accepted, according to a Particular thereof made, and entered with the Committee at Gouldsmiths Hall, and of all Mean Profits thereof, from the 16th of March, 1645, with an Exception of the Right or Estate of the said James Moore in or to all Advowsons, Presentations, and Right of Patronage, to any Church or Chapel; which said Pardon, so prepared, the Commissioners of the Great Seal of England for the Time being are hereby likewise authorized to pass under the said Great Seal accordingly: Provided always, That this Ordinance, or the said Pardon thereon to be passed, shall not extend to free the said James Moore from a further Composition, for any other Lands, Goods, or Chattels, than what are contained in the Particular aforesaid; and that, in case the said Lands mentioned in the said Particular were of greater Yearly Value than are therein expressed during Three Years before the Year of our Lord 1640, then the said James Moore shall pay such further Fine, by Way of Composition, as both Houses of Parliament shall appoint.

Saunders, D°.

"Whereas Valintine Sanders, of Linden, in the County of Rutland, Esquire, hath by both Houses of Parliament been admitted to his Fine of One Thousand Two Hundred Pounds, he having adhered to the Forces raised against the Parliament: The Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament do hereby authorize and appoint His Majesty's Solicitor General to prepare a Pardon to the said Valintine Sanders, for his said Offence, in such Form as is agreed by both Houses for like Offenders, together with a Grant of, and Restitution to him, his Heirs and Assigns, of all his Lands, Goods, and Chattels, and other Estate for which the said Fine was accepted, according to a Particular thereof made, and entered with the Committee at Gouldsmiths Hall, and of all Mean Profits thereof, to the said Valantine Sanders, from the 13th of July, 1646, with an Exception of the Right or Estate of the said Valantine Sanders in or to all Advowsons, Presentations, and Right of Patronage, to any Church or Chapel; which said Pardon, so prepared, the Commissioners for the Great Seal of England for the Time being are hereby authorized to pass under the said Great Seal accordingly: Provided always, That this Ordinance, or the said Pardon thereon to be passed, shall not extend to free the said Valantine Sanders from any further Composition, for any other Lands, Goods, or Chattels, than what are contained in the Particular aforesaid; and that, in case the said Lands mentioned in the said Particular were of greater Yearly Value than are therein expressed during Three Years before the Year of our Lord 1640, then the said Valantine Sanders shall pay such further Fine, by Way of Composition, as both Houses of Parliament shall appoint.

Carew, D°.

Whereas Thomas Carew, of Studley, in the County of Devon, Esquire, hath by both Houses of Parliament been admitted to his Fine of a Thousand and Eighty-five Pounds, he having been a Collector of Monies for Maintenance of the Forces raised against the Parliament: The Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament do hereby authorize and appoint His Majesty's Solicitor General to prepare a Pardon to the said Thomas Carew, for his said Offence, in such Form as shall be agreed by both Houses for like Offenders, together with a Grant of, and Restitution to him, his Heirs and Assigns, of all his Lands, Goods, and Chattels, and other Estate for which the said Fine was accepted, according to a Particular thereof made, and entered with the Committee at Gouldsmiths Hall, and of all Mean Profits thereof, from the 15th of June, 1646, with an Exception of the Right or Estate of the said Thomas Carew in or to all Advowsons, Presentations, and Right of Patronage, to any Church or Chapel; which said Pardon, so prepared, the Commissioners for the Great Seal of England for the Time being are hereby likewise authorized to pass under the said Great Seal accordingly: Provided always, That this Ordinance, or the said Pardon thereon to be passed, shall not extend to free the said Thomas Carew from a further Composition, for any other Lands, Goods, or Chattels, than what are contained in the Particular aforesaid; and that, in case the said Lands mentioned in the said Particular were of greater Yearly Value than are therein expressed during Three Years before the Year of our Lord 1640, then the said Thomas Carew shall pay such further Fine, by Way of Composition, as both Houses of Parliament shall appoint."

Lady Judith Clark, D°.

"Whereas Dame Judeth Clarke, of Pleshy, in the County of Essex, Widow, hath by both Houses of Parliament been admitted to her Fine of Three Hundred and Twenty Pounds, she having contributed to the maintaining of the Forces raised against the Parliament: The Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament do hereby authorize and appoint His Majesty's Solicitor General to prepare a Padon to the said Dame Judeth Clarke, for her said Offence, in such Form as is agreed by both Houses for like Offenders, together with a Grant of, and Restitution to her, her Heirs and Assigns, of all her Lands, Goods, and Chattels, and other Estate for which the said Fine was accepted, according to a Particular thereof made, and entered with the Committee at Gouldsmiths Hall, and of all Mean Profits thereof, to the said Dame Judeth Clark, from the Day of the Payment of the said Fine, with an Exception of the Right or Estate of the said Dame Judeth Clarke in or to all Advowsons, Presentations, and Right of Patronage, to any Church or Chapel; which said Pardon, so prepared, the Commissioners for the Great Seal of England for the Time being are hereby authorized to pass under the said Great Seal accordingly: Provided always; That this Ordinance, or the said Pardon thereon to be passed, shall not extend to free the said Dame Judeth Clarke from any further Composition; for any other Lands, Goods, or Chattels, than what are contained in the Particular aforesaid; and that, in case the said Lands mentioned in the said Particular were of greater Yearly Values than are therein expressed during Three Years before the Year of our Lord 1640, then the said Dame Judeth Clark shall pay such further Fine, by Way of Composition, as both Houses of Parliament shall appoint.

Sir John Miller, D°.

"Whereas Sir John Miller, of Little Bready, in the County of Dorsett, Knight, hath by both Houses of Parliament being admitted to his Fine of Six Hundred Ninety-three Pounds Thirteen Shillings, Four Pence, he having adhered to the Forces raised against the Parliament. The Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament do hereby authorize and appoint His Majesty's Solicitor General to prepare a Pardon to the said Sir John Miller, for his said Offence, in such Form as shall be agreed by both Houses for like Offenders, together with a Grant of, and Restitution to him, his Heirs and Assigns, of all his Lands, Goods, and Chattels, and other Estate for which the said Fine was accepted, according to a Particular thereof made, and entered with the Committee at Gouldsmiths Hall, and of all Mean Profits thereof, from the 26th Day of February, 1645, with an Exception of the Right or Estate of the said Sir John Miller in or to all Advowsons, Presentations, and Right of Patronage, to any Church or Chapel; which said Pardon, so prepared, the Commissioners for the Great Seal of England for the Time being are hereby likewise authorized to pass under the Great Seal accordingly: Provided always, That this Ordinance, or the said Pardon thereon to be passed, shall not extend to free the said Sir John Miller from a further Composition, for any other Lands, Goods, or Chattels, than what are contained in the Particular aforesaid; and that, in case the said Lands mentioned in the said Particular were of greater Yearly Value than are therein expressed during Three Years before the Year of our Lord 1640, then the said Sir John Miller shall pay such further Fine, by Way of Composition, as both Houses of Parliament shall appoint."

Keresforth, D°.

"Whereas Thomas Keresforth, of Dodworth, in the County of Yorke, Gentleman, hath by both Houses of Parliament been admitted to his Fine of One Hundred and Sixty Pounds, for that he adhered to the Forces raised against the Parliament: The Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament do hereby authorize and appoint the Commissioners of the Great Seal of England to pass a Pardon for the said Thomas Keresforth, in such Form as shall be agreed by both Houses, according to this Ordinance, with a Grant and Restitution of his Lands, Goods, and Chattels, and other Estate for which the said Fine was accepted, according (fn. *) to the Particular thereof made, and entered with the Committee at Gouldsmiths Hall, and of all Mean Profits, from the Eighth Day of December, 1645, with an Exception of the Right or Estate of the said Thomas Keresforth in or to all Advowsons, Presentations, and Right of Patronage, to any Church or Chapel; and Oliver St. John Esquire, His Majesty's Solicitor General is hereby required to prepare a Pardon accordingly: Provided always, That this Ordinance, or the said Pardon thereon to be passed, shall not extend to free the said Thomas Keresforth from a further Composition, for any other Lands, Goods, or Chattels, than what are contained in a Particular aforesaid; and that, in case the said Lands mentioned in the said Particular were of greater Yearly Values than are therein expressed during Three Years before the Year of our Lord 1640, then the said Thomas Keresforth shall pay such further Fine, by Way of Composition for the same, as both Houses of Parliament shall appoint."

Crosland, D°.

"Whereas Jane Crosland, of Helmesley, in the County of Yorke, Widow, hath by both Houses of Parliament been admitted to her Fine of One Hundred Pounds, she having voluntarily relieved, and contributed to, the Forces raised against the Parliament: The Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament do hereby authorize and appoint His Majesty's Solicitor General to prepare a Pardon to the said Jane Crosland, for her said Offence, as is agreed by both Houses for like Offenders, together with a Grant of, and Restitution to her, her Heirs and Assigns, of all her Lands, Goods, and Chattels, and other Estate for which the said Fine was accepted, according to a Particular thereof made, and entered with the Committee at Gouldsmiths Hall, and of all Mean Profits thereof, from the 7th of March, 1645, with an Exception of the Right or Estate of the said Jane Crosland in or to all Advowsons, Presentations, and Right of Patronage, to any Church or Chapel; which said Pardon, so prepared, the Commissioners for the Great Seal of England for the Time being are hereby likewise authorized to pass under the said Great Seal accordingly: Provided always, That this Ordinance, or the said Pardon thereon to be passed, shall not extend to free the said Jane Crosland from a further Composition, for any other Lands, Goods, or Chattels, than what are contained in the Particular aforesaid; and that, in case the said Lands mentioned in the said Particular were of greater Yearly Value than are therein expressed during Three Years before the Year of our Lord 1640, then the said Jane Crosland shall pay such further Fine, by Way of Composition, as both Houses of Parliament shall appoint."

Bental, D°.

"Whereas Lawrence Bentall, of Bentall, in the County of Salop, Gentleman, hath by both Houses of Parliament been admitted to his Fine of Two Hundred and Thirty Pounds, he having adhered unto the Forces raised against the Parliament: The Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament do hereby authorize and appoint his Majesty's Solicitor General to prepare a Pardon to the said Lawrence Bentall, for his said Offence, in such Form as is agreed by both Houses for like Offenders, together with a Grant of, and Restitution to him, his Heirs and Assigns, of all his Lands, Goods, and Chattels, and other Estate for which the said Fine was accepted, according to a Particular thereof made, and entered with the Committee at Goldsmiths Hall, and of all Mean Profits thereof, from the Sixth Day of March, 1645, with an Exception [ (fn. *) of the] Right or Estate of the said Lawrence Bentall in or to all Advowsons, Presentations, and Right of Patronage, to any Church or Chapel; which said Pardon, so prepared, the Commissioners of the Great Seal of England for the Time being are hereby likewise authorized to pass under the said Great Seal accordingly: Provided always, That this Ordinance, or the said Pardon thereon to be passed, shall not extend to free the said Lawrence Bentall from a further Composition, for any other Lands, Goods, or Chattels, than what are contained in the Particular aforesaid; and that, in case the said Lands mentioned in the said Particular were of greater Yearly Value than are therein expressed during Three Years before the Year of our Lord 1640, then the said Lawrence Bentall shall pay such further Fine, by Way of Composition, as both Houses of Parliament shall appoint.

Sir Pat. Curwin, D°.

"Whereas Sir Patricus Curwin, of Workington, in the County of Cumberland, Baronet, hath by both Houses of Parliament been admitted to his Fine of Two Thousand Pounds, he having been One of the Members of the House of Commons, and deserted the Parliament, and sat at the Junto at Oxford, and hath been of the Commission of Array: The Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament do hereby authorize and appoint His Majesty's Solicitor General to prepare a Pardon to the said Sir Patricus Curwin, for his said Offence, in such Form as is agreed by both Houses for like Offenders, together with a Grant of, and Restitution to him, his Heirs and Assigns, of all his Lands, Goods, and Chattels, and other Estate for which the said Fine was accepted, according to a Particular thereof made, and entered with the Committee at Gouldsmiths Hall, and of all Mean Profits thereof, from the Fifth of August, 1646, with an Exception of the Right or Estate of the said Patricus Curwin in or to all Advowsons, Presentations, and Right of Patronage, to any Church or Chapel; which said Pardon, so prepared, the Commissioners of the Great Seal of England for the Time being are hereby likewise authorized to pass under the said Great Seal accordingly: Provided always, That this Ordinance, or the said Pardon thereon to be passed, shall not extend to free the said Sir Patricus Curwin from a further Composition, for any other Lands, Goods, or Chattels, than what are contained in the Particular aforesaid; and that, in case the said Lands mentioned in the said Particular were of greater Yearly Value-than are therein expressed during Three Years before the Year of our Lord 1640, then the said Sir Patricus Curwin shall pay such further Fine, by Way of Composition, as both Houses of Parliament shall appoint."

Cotton, D°.

"Whereas George Cotton, of Cumbermeere, in the County of Chester, Esquire, hath by both Houses of Parliament been admitted unto his Fine of Six Hundred Sixty-six Pounds, Thirteen Shillings, Four Pence, for that he adhered to the Forces raised against the Parliament: The Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament do hereby authorize and appoint the Commissioners of the Great Seal of England to pass a Pardon for the said George Cotton, in such Manner as shall be agreed by both Houses, and according to this Ordinance, with a Grant and Restitution of his Lands, Goods, and Chattels, and other Estate for which the said Fine was accepted, according to the Particular thereof made, and entered with the Committee at Gouldsmiths Hall, and of all Mean Profits, from the Sixth of March, 1645, with an Exception of the Right or Estate of the said George Cotton in or to all Advowsons, Presentations, and Right of Patronage, to any Church or Chapel; and Oliver St. John Esquire His Majesty's Solicitor General is hereby required to prepare a Pardon accordingly: Provided always, that this Ordinance, or the said Pardon thereon to be passed, shall not extend to free the said George Cotton from a further Composition, for any other Lands, Goods, or Chattels, than what are contained in the Particular aforesaid; and that, in case the said Lands mentioned in the said Particular were of greater Yearly Value than are therein expressed during Three Years before the Year of our Lord 1640, then the said George Cotton shall pay such further Fine, by Way of Composition for the same, as both Houses of Parliament shall appoint."

Ackland, D°.

"Whereas John Ackland, of Columbe John, in the County of Devon, Esquire, hath by both Houses of Parliament been admitted to the Fine of Four Thousand Three Hundred and Eighteen Pounds, he having adhered to the Forces raised against the Parliament: The Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament do hereby authorize and appoint His Majesty's Solicitor General to prepare a Pardon to the said John Ackland, for his said Offence, in such Form as is agreed by both Houses for the like Offenders; together with a Grant of, and Restitution to him, his Heirs and Assigns, of all his Lands, Goods, and Chattels, and other Estate for which the said Fine was accepted, according to a Particular thereof made, and entered with the Committee at Gouldsmiths Hall, and of all Mean Profits thereof, to the said John Ackland, from the 4th Day of August, 1646, with an Exception of the Right or Estate of the said John Ackland in or to all Advowsons, Presentations, and Right of Patronage, to any Church or Chapel; which said Pardon, so prepared, the Commissioners for the Great Seal of England for the Time being are hereby authorized, to pass under the said Great Seal accordingly: Provided always, That this Ordinance, or the said Pardon thereon to be passed, shall not extend to free the said John Ackland from any further Composition, for any other Lands, Good, or Chattels, than what are contained in the Particular aforesaid; and that, in case the said Lands mentioned in the said Particular were of greater Yearly Values than are therein expressed during Three Years before the Year of our Lord 1640, then the said John Ackland shall pay such further Fine, by Way of Composition, as both Houses of Parliament shall appoint."

Atkins, D°.

"Whereas Richard Atkins, of Tiesleigh, in the County of Gloucester, Esquire, hath by both Houses of Parliament been admitted to his Fine of One Hundred and Forty Pounds, for that he hath been in Arms against the Parliament: The Lords and Commons in Parliament assembled do hereby authorize and appoint the Commissioners of the Great Seal of England to pass a Pardon for the said Rich'd Atkins, in such Manner as shall be agreed by both Houses, and according to this Ordinance, with a Grant and (fn. *) Restitution of his Lands, Goods, and Chattels, and other Estate for which the said Fine was accepted, according to the Particular thereof made, and entered with the Committee at Gouldsmiths Hall, and of all Mean Profits, from the 7th of March, 1645, with an Exception of the Right or Estate of the said Richard Atkins in or to all Advowsons, Presentations, and Rights of Patronage, to any Church or Chapel; and Oliver St. John Esquire His Majesty's Solicitor General is hereby required to prepare a Pardon accordingly: Provided always, That this Ordinance, or the said Pardon thereon to be passed shall not extend to free the said Richard Atkins from a further Composition, for any other Lands, Goods, or Chattels, than what are contained in the Particular aforesaid; and that, in case the said Lands mentioned in the said Particular were of greater Yearly Values than are therein expressed during Three Years before the Year of our Lord 1640, then the said Richard Atkins shall pay such further Fine, by Way of Composition for the same, as both Houses of Parliament shall appoint."

Neale, D°.

"Whereas John Neale, of Essex, Gentleman, hath by both Houses of Parliament been admitted unto his Fine of One Hundred and Thirty Pounds, he having adhered to the Forces raised against the Parliament: The Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament do hereby authorize and appoint His Majesty's Solicitor General to prepare a Pardon to the said John Neale, for his said Offence, in such Form as is agreed by both Houses for like Offenders, together with a Grant and Restitution, to him; his Heirs and Assigns, of all his Lands, Goods, and Chattels, and other Estate for which the said Fine was accepted, according to a Particular thereof made, and entered with the Committee at Gouldsmiths Hall, and of all Mean Profits thereof, from the First of January, 1645, with an Exception of the Right or Estate of the said John Neale in or to all Advowsons, Presentations, and Right of Patronage, to any Church or Chapel; which said Pardon, so prepared, the Commissioners for the Great Seal of England for the Time being are hereby likewise authorized to pass under the said Great Seal accordingly: Provided always, That this Ordinance, or the said Pardon thereon to be passed, shall not extend to free the said John Neale from a further Composition, for any other Lands, Goods, or Chattels, than what are contained in the Particular aforesaid; and that, in case the said Lands mentioned in the said Particular were of greater Yearly Value than are therein expressed during Three Years before the Year of our Lord 1640, then the said John Neale shall pay such further Fine, by Way of Composition, as both Houses of Parliament shall appoint."

Andrews and Pagett, D°.

"Whereas Edward Andrewes, of Graie's Inn, Gentleman, and Thomas Pagett, of West Draiden, in the County of Midd. Esquire, have by both Houses of Parliament been admitted unto their several Fines; videlicet, the said Edward Andrewes to his Fine of One Hundred Marks, and the said Thomas Pagett to his Fine of Eighty Pounds, for that they have been in Arms against the Parliament: The Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament do hereby authorize and appoint the Commissioners of the Great Seal of England to pass a Pardon for the said Edward Andrewes and Thomas Pagett, in such Manner as shall be agreed by both Houses of Parliament, and according to this Ordinance, with a Grant and Restitution of their Lands, Goods, and Chattels, and other Estate for which the said Fines were accepted, according to the Particulars thereof made, and entered with the Committee at Gouldsmiths Hall, and of all Mean Profits; videlicet, to the said Edward Andrewes from the First of April, 1644, and to the said Thomas Paggett from the First of September, 1645; with an Exception of the Right or Estates of the said Edward Andrewes and Thomas Pagett in or to all Advowsons, Presentations, and Right of Patronage, to any Church or Chapel; and Oliver St. John Esquire His Majesty's Solicitor General is hereby required to prepare a Pardon accordingly: Provided always, That this Ordinance, or the said Pardon thereon to be passed, shall not extend to free the said Edward Andrewes and Thomas Pagett from a further Composition, for any other Lands, Goods, or Chattels, than what are contained in the Particulars aforesaid; and that, in case the said Lands mentioned in the said Particulars were of greater Yearly Values than are therein contained during Three Years before the Year of our Lord 1640, then the said Edward Andrewes and Thomas Pagett shall pay such further Fines, by Way of Composition for the same, as both Houses of Parliament shall appoint."

Colwall, Burges, and Horne, D°.

"Whereas Daniell Colwall, of London, Gentleman, Francis Burges, of Westm. Gentleman, and Nicholas Horne, of the City of Westm'r, Yeoman, have by both Houses of Parliament been admitted to their Fines; videlicet, the said Daniell Colwall to his Fine of Thirty Pounds, the said Francis Burges to his Fine of Fifty Pounds, and the said Nicholas Horne to his Fine of Ninety-three Pounds; the said Francis Burges and Nicholas Horne having been in Arms, and the said Daniell Colwall having adhered to the Forces raised against the Parliament: The Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament do hereby authorize and appoint His Majesty's Solicitor General to prepare a Pardon to the said Daniell Colwall, Francis Burges, and Nicholas Horne, for their said Offences, in such Form as is agreed by both Houses for like Offenders, together with a Grant of, and Restitution to them, their Heirs and Assigns, of all their Lands, Goods, and Chattels, and other Estates for which the said Fines were accepted, according to Particulars thereof made, and entered with the Committee at Gouldsmiths Hall, and of all Mean Profits thereof; videlicet, to the said Daniell Colwall from the 10th of April, 1646, to the said Francis Burges from the 7th of May, 1646, and to the said Nicholas Horne from the 28th Day of March, 1646; with an Exception of the Rights or Estates of the said Daniell Colwall, Francis Burges, and Nicholas Horne, in or to all Advowsons, Presentations, and Right of Patronage, to any Church or Chapel; which said Pardons, so prepared, the Commissioners of the Great Seal of England for the Time being are hereby authorized to pass under the said Great Seal accordingly: Provided always, That this Ordinance, or the said Pardons thereon to be passed, shall not extend to free the said Daniell Colwall, Francis Burges, and Nicholas Horne, from any further Compositions, for any other Lands, Goods, or Chattels, than what are contained in the Particular aforesaid; and that, in case the said Lands mentioned in the said Particulars were of greater Yearly Values than are therein expressed during Three Years before the Year of our Lord 1640, then the said Daniell Colwall, Francis Burges, and Nicholas Horne, shall pay such further Fine, by Way of Composition, as both Houses of Parliament shall appoint."

Sir John Kay, D°.

"Whereas Sir John Kay, of Woodsam, in the County of Yorke, Baronet, hath by both Houses of Parliament been admitted to his Fine of Five Hundred Pounds, for that he hath been in Arms against the Parliament: The Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament do hereby authorize and appoint the Commissioners of the Great Seal of England to pass a Pardon for the said Sir John Kaye, in such Manner as shall be agreed by both Houses, and according to this Ordinance, with a Grant and Restitution of his Lands, Goods, and Chattels, and other Estate for which the said Fine was accepted, according to the Particular thereof made, and entered with the Committee at Gouldsmiths Hall, and of all Mean Profits, from the 14th Day of March, 1644, with an Exception of the Right or Estate of the said Sir John Kay in or to all Advowsons, Presentations, and Rights of Patronage, to any Church or Chapel; and Oliver St. John Esquire His Majesty's Solicitor General is hereby required to prepare a Pardon accordingly: Provided always, That this Ordinance, or the said Pardon thereon to be passed, shall not extend to free the said Sir John Kay from a further Composition for any other Lands, Goods, or Chattels, than what are contained in the Particular aforesaid; and that, in case the said Lands mentioned in the said Particular were of greater Yearly Values than are therein expressed during Three Years before the Year of our Lord 1640, then the said Sir John Kaye shall pay such further Fine, by Way of Composition for the same, as both Houses of Parliament shall appoint."

Angell, D°.

"Whereas John Angell, of Kaymington, in the County of Yorke, Gentleman, hath by both Houses of Parliament been admitted to his Fine of Four Hundred Pounds, he having been in Arms against the Parliament: The Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament do hereby authorize and appoint His Majesty's Solicitor General to prepare a Pardon to the said John Angell, for his said Offence, in such Form as is agreed by both Houses for like Offenders, together with a Grant of, and Restitution to him, his Heirs and Assigns, of all his Lands, Goods, and Chattels, and other Estate for which the said Fine was accepted, according to a Particular thereof made, and entered with the Committee at Gouldsmiths Hall, and of all Mean Profits thereof, from the 17th Day of June, 1646, with an Exception of the Right or Estate of the said John Angell in or to all Advowsons, Presentations, and Right of Patronage, to any Church or Chapel; which said Pardon, so prepared, the Commissioners for the Great Seal of England for the Time being are hereby likewise authorized to pass under the said Great Seal accordingly: Provided always, That this Ordinance, or the said Pardon thereon to be passed, shall not extend to free the the said John Angell [ (fn. *) from a further Composition], for any other Lands, Goods, or Chattels, than what are contained in the Particular aforesaid; and that, in case the Lands mentioned in the said Particular were of greater Yearly Value than are therein expressed during Three Years before the Year of our Lord 1640, then the said John Angell shall pay such further Fine, by Way of Composition, as both Houses of Parliament shall appoint."

Clapton to be instituted to Bampton;

Ordered, &c. That Doctor Aylett, or his lawful Deputy, are hereby authorized and required, upon Sight of this Order, to give Institution and Induction unto Rouse Clapton Batchelor of Divinity, to One of the Vicarages of Bampton, in the County of Oxford, void by the Death of Edward Wilson the last Incumbent there; salvo Jure cujuscunque; the said Mr. Rouse Clapton taking the National League and Covenant, and producing his Presentation thereunto under the Great Seal of England.

and Lucas to Thackham.

Ordered, &c. That Doctor Aylett, or his lawful Deputy, are hereby authorized and required, upon Sight of this Order, to give Institution and Induction unto John Lucas Master of Arts, to the Vicarage of Thackham, in the County of Berks, void by the Death of the last Incumbent, salvo Jure cujuscunque; the said Mr. Lucas taking the National League and Covenant, and producing his Presentation thereunto under the Hand and Seal of James Fiennes Esquire, and William Sprige Gentleman, Patrons pro hâc vice.

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