DIE Lunæ, 14 die Augusti.
Earl of Manchester, Speaker.
Mr. Ashe to have Leave from the Synod to go with the E. of Manchester.
The Earl of Manchester acquainted this House, "That
he being to go into the associated Counties of Norff.
&c. desired that their Lordships would please to dispense with Mr. Ashe's Attendance on the Assembly,
and that he may go along with his Lordship:" Hereupon it is Ordered, by this House, That the Assembly
shall be desired to dispense with Mr. Ashe's Attendance
for some Time, he being to go down with the Earl of
Manche'r into the associated Counties: And it is likewise
desired, as an acceptable Service to this House, that the
Divines of the Assembly will be pleased to take Care
for the Supply of his Place at Mr. Roborowe's Church,
and St. Brides.
Message from the H. C. with Two Orders.
A Message was brought from the House of Commons,
by Sir Rob't Pye Knight, &c.
To desire their Lordships Concurrence in Two Orders:
1. Concerning the securing of the City of London.
2. Concerning the County of Kent.
The Answer returned was:
That their Lordships will take these Ordinances into
Consideration, and return an Answer by Messengers of
Justice Reeves and Justice Bacon, Leave to be absent.
Ordered, That Mr. Justice Reeves and Mr. Justice
Bacon shall have Leave to go into their own Countries,
for some Time, with their Wives and Family, Coach
and Horses; in the mean Time, their Attendance on
this House is excused; and to have a Protection for their
Houses, both in London and in the Country; and the
rest of the Assistants of this House shall have a Protection for their Houses and Goods.
Message to the H. C. about cloathing the E. of Essex's Army.
It was moved, "That the Ordinance lately passed,
for Allowance of Monies to Mr. Estwicke, &c. out of
the Ordinance for the Weekly Assessments for providing of Soldiers Coats, &c. the said Ordinance is
contradictory to a former Order of this House, and
prejudicial to the speedy Cloathing of the Lord
General's Soldiers; therefore it was desired to send
to the House of Commons, that they would take some
Course that the Lord General's Army may be
cloathed, notwithstanding the said Ordinance:" Which
was Ordered accordingly; and a Message sent to
the House of Commons, by Sir Edward Leech and
Mr. to desire them to take Order herein.
Sir Thomas Dawes to be attached concerning Jennings's Cause.
Ordered, That Sir Thomas Dawes shall be apprehended, and attached, and brought before the Lords in
Parliament, to answer his Contempt to an Order of this
House made in Mr. Jennings's Case.
Countess of Banbury, a Pass to Travel.
Ordered, That the Countess of Banbury shall have
a Pass, to travel beyond the Seas, with her Servants,
Coach, and Horses.
Mr. Bavy, a Pass.
Ordered, That Mr. Bavy shall have a Pass, to go
beyond the Seas, with his Mother and his Servants, &c.
Orders for Concurrence.
Next, Four Orders were read, formerly brought up
from the House of Commons:
1. Concerning the Payment of Monies to Lieutenant
Gower. (Here enter it.)
2. To pay Arrears to Sir Wm. Balfore, for his Troop
in Ireland. (Here enter it.)
3. Two Orders to pay Arrears to Colonel Mervin.
(Here enter them.)
Ordered, That these Four Orders are Agreed to.
Captain Bond's Petition.
Ordered, That the Petition of Captain Bond is
referred to the Consideration of the Earl of Pembrooke
and the Earl of Denbigh, who are to make Report
thereof to this House.
Countess of Castlehaven, a Pass.
Ordered, That the Countess of Castlehaven shall
have a Pass, to go to Compton, in Wilts, with her Coach,
with Six Horses, and Saddle-horses for her Servants.
The Messengers sent to the House of Commons return
with this Answer:
That they have already given Mr. Estwicke Satisfaction.
Message from the H. C. with an Order.
A Message was brought from the House of Commons, &c.
To desire their Lordships Concurrence in an Order for
cloathing the Lord General's Army, and Sir Wm. Waller's Soldiers. (Here enter it.)
Read, and Agreed to.
The Answer returned was:
That their Lordships do agree to the Ordinance now
Sir Thomas Allen & al. to be attached, for not bringing in their Horses.
Upon Information to this House, "That Sir Thomas
Allen of Fynchly, Michaell Grigg Esquire of Hadley,
Carew Rauley Esquire of Sunberry, George Pitt Esquire
of Harrow, Sir Nicholas Raynton Knight of Enfeild,
Sir Thomas Trevor Junior of Enfeild, Henry Wroth
Esquire of Enfeild, George Longe Esquire of Clarkenwell, Humphry Wilde Esquire and Sir John Wild Knight,
do refuse, upon Summons, to bring in their Horses,
according to the Ordinance of Parliament:" Hereupon this House Ordered, That they shall be attached by the Gentleman Usher attending this House,
and brought before this House, to answer their said
Order for 150 l. to Captain Gower.
"Whereas it appeareth, by the Certificate of the
Auditor for Ireland, upon the Petition of Captain
Gowre, that there is due, and in Arrear, unto the
said Captain Gowre, for his Pay as Lieutenant of a
Troop of Horse, and for an Allowance for bringing
out of Munster, by Order of the Lord Inchiquine,
and keeping here as a Prisoner, one Henry Peasley,
the Sum of Three Hundred Pounds, or thereabouts:
It is this Day Ordered, by the Lords and Commons
in this present Parliament assembled, That the Receivers of the Adventurers-money, upon Subscriptions
for Lands in Ireland, do, out of those Monies, pay
unto Nicholas Loftus Esquire, Deputy Treasurer at
Wars for that Kingdom, the Sum of One Hundred
and Fifty Pounds, to be by him paid over unto the
said Captain Gowre, in Part of such Pay as is or
shall be due unto him, and to be defalked upon
the Accompt of that Troop whereof he is Lieutenant."
Order for 365 l. 8s. to Rigglesworth and Farvax, for Cloathing for Sir Wm. Balfour's Troop.
"Upon the Petition of Sir William Belfore Knight,
reported to the House of Commons from the Committee
for the Affairs of Ireland, whereby he desireth, that
the Public Faith of the Kingdom may be given unto
Richard Wrigglesworth Draper, and Daniell Farvax
Mercer, for Payment of Three Hundred and Sixty-five
Pounds, and Eight Shillings, at the End of Six Months;
who thereupon will furnish so much Cloth, Stuffs, and
other Necessaries, as will cloath the Troops of his
Troop in Ulster, in Ireland, in such Sort as other
Troops there have been already provided for by the
Parliament: It is now Ordered, by the Lords and
Commons in this present Parliament assembled, That
the said Richard Wrigglesworth and Daniell Farvax
shall deliver, or cause to be delivered, unto Nicholas
Loftus Esquire, Deputy Treasurer at Wars for that
Kingdom, so much Cloth, Stuff, and other Necessaries, as may serve for the Cloathing of the Troops
aforesaid, as amount unto the Sum of Three Hundred
and Sixty-five Pounds, Eight Shillings, which is by him
forthwith to be delivered over unto the said Sir William
Balfoure, or his Assigns, and to be defalked upon
the Pay that is or shall be due unto the said Troops,
upon the Accompt thereof: And the said Lords and
Commons do hereby engage the Public Faith of the
whole Kingdom, that the said Richard Wriglesworth
and Daniell Farvax, or their Assigns, shall, at the
End of Six Months next after the Delivery of such
Cloth, Stuffs, and other Necessaries, and to the Value
as aforesaid, receive the said Sum of Three Hundred
and Sixty-five Pounds Eight Shillings, and of such
Monies as shall then be appointed for the same.
Order for 600 l. to Hasterigg, for Cloathing for Colonel Mervin's Regiment.
"It is this Day Ordered, by the Lords and Commons, That an Ordinance be passed both Houses of
Parliament, for securing, upon the Public Faith of
the Kingdom, the Payment of the Sum of Six Hundred Pounds, at the End of Three Months next ensuing, unto Nicholas Loftus Esquire, Deputy Treasurer at Wars for Ireland, to be by him then
presently paid over unto Mr. Thomas Haselrig, of
London, in Satisfaction of divers Cloaths and other
Necessaries by him delivered unto George Wood, Commissary of the Cloathing of the Soldiers in Ireland, to
be disposed of towards the Cloathing of the Foot
Regiment of Colonel Audley Mervin, in the Province of Munster, and to be defalked out of the Pay
of such Soldiers as shall receive the same."
Order for 33 l. to Colonel Manwaring and Mr. Croxton, for Colours for Colonel Mervin's Regiment.
"It is this Day Ordered, by the Lords and Commons in this present Parliament assembled, That the
Receivers of the Adventurers-money, upon Subscriptions for Lands in Ireland, do (out of those Monies)
forthwith pay unto Nicholas Loftus Esquire, Deputy
Treasurer at Wars for that Kingdom, the Sum of
Thirty-three Pounds, to be by him paid over unto
Colonel Manwareing, and Mr. Croxton of London, in
full Discharge for divers Ensigns, by them furnished
unto Colonel Mervin, for the Use of his Regiment
in Ireland, amounting to that Sum, and to be defalked
upon the Pay of the said Regiment, which is already
or shall hereafter become due."
Order for the Manner of paying 10,000 l. apiece to Sir William Waller and Mr. Estwicke.
"Whereas an Ordinance hath lately passed, that
Sir Wm. Waller should receive Ten Thousand Pounds,
out of the Monies that come in upon the Assessment
of the Twentieth Part; and whereas another Ordinance
has passed for paying of Stephen Estwicke, by the
Treasurers of Money and Plate sitting at Guildhall,
London, Ten Thousand Pounds, Part of an Arrear for
furnishing of Cloaths and other Necessaries for the
Army heretofore, of which Ten Thousand Pounds Sir
William Waller has received One Thousand Nine Hundred Pounds: It is Ordered, by the Lords and Commons, That the said Treasurers shall pay unto the
said Mr. Stephen Estwicke One Thousand Nine Hundred Pounds, out of the First of the said Monies that
comes in upon the Assessments of the said Twentieth
Part: And it is further Ordered, That such Monies
as shall after that come in upon the said Twentieth Part
shall be divided between Sir William Waller and Mr.
Estwicke, which is to be paid to them respectively by the
Treasurers aforesaid, until they be satisfied their respective Sums of the said Ten Thousand Pounds apiece."
House adjourned till 10 a cras.