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'Index - K', Journal of the House of Commons: volume 2: 1640-1643 (1802), pp. 55-61. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=4404 Date accessed: 22 October 2014.


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KEEPER,
-, Lord, deelares the Causes of summoning the Parliament, 13 Apr. Purport of his Speech to be reported, 16. Reported; Order for an Entry that it was done by the King's Command, 17.

Kent,
-, Earl of, Lord Steward's Order touching changing his Title, Page 2.

King
-, rides in State to Westminster-abby-declares the Causes of summoning the Parliament, 13 Apr.-His Command for informing House what was delivered by himself and Lord Keeper signified; Order thereupon, 16. Effect of his Speech reported; Order for an Entry that it was done by his Command, 17.-Messages to attend him in House of Peers, 13 & 15 Apr. & 5 May.-Communicating the Scots Covenanters Letter to the French King; Proceedings thereupon, 16 Apr. -To attend him at Whitehall, 21.-Report of his Speech to be considered in a Committee of the whole House, 22.-Conference desired by Lords to communicate King's Speech to them about a Supply; agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held; House informed they were not ready to report, 25. Report; Resolutions thereupon, 27. Vide Privileges. Resolutions to be entered, 28.-Message, desiring a present Answer concerning a Supply, considered in a Committee of the whole House; Report; Order thereupon; King to be acquainted with it, 2 May. His Answer reported; Message further considered; further Report; Order thereupon; King to be acquainted therewith, 4.

King's
-, Bench, Debate about the Power of House to send for Records from thence; Precedent of a Lord Chief Justice attending with them himself vouched, 20 Apr. Copies thereof ordered, without waving Privilege, 21.

King's
-, Tenants of Colne, Itchtenhill, &c. Bill for confirming their Copyholds, read, 30 Apr.-Committed, 1 May.

KEELING,
-, Mr. 1642, Information against him and the Mayor of Hertford; Order for their Attendance, 1 June. Witnesses to be examined by the Committee for Informations, 3.-Report concerning him; Order for committing him close Prisoner to Windfor Castle, and securing his Estate, 2 Feb. For his continuing there, 11.

Keeper,
-, Lord, 1640. Vide Finch-declares the Causes of summoning the Parliament, 3 Nov.
-, 1642. Vide Littleton-Message to inquire whether the Seal is always in his Hands, 11 Aug.

Kellaway,
-, Wm. 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, for deserting the Train, 8 Aug.

Kellett,
-, John, 1642. Vide Privileges.

Kelly,
-, Lord Viscount, 1642, Resolution for impeaching him of High Treason, 27 Sept. Vide Cholmley, Sir Robert.

Kelway,
-, Rob. 1642, Order for disarmng and bringing him up in safe Custody, 15 Oct.-His Petition and Order for his Discharge, 4 Jan.

Kemp,
-, Rich. 1640, to be sent for by Serjeant to answer a Complaint against him, 21 Jan.
-, 1641, not to leave the Kingdom without Leave of House, 19 Aug. His Petition to be considered, 31.-Read; Business respited, 6 Sept. Has Leave to go to Virginia; his Petition remitted to the Consideration of the Governor and Council, 8.
-, Edw. 1642. Vide Privileges.
-, Wm. 1642, Lord Keeper to be moved to put him out of the Commission of the Peace, 28 Apr.-Report touching Letters lately brought by him from Oxford, 30 Jan.
-, Sir Robert, 1642, Order for disarming him, 18 Oct.
-, Mr. 1642, to be summoned to attend, 23 Dec.

Kemys,
-, Sir Nicolas, 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 27 Feb.

Kendall,
-, Wm. 1642, Petition, 27 May. Vide Bickley.

Kendall,
-, 1642, Petition of Gentry, &c. read; Speaker's Answer to Persons who preferred it; Petition to be printed, 6 Aug.-Another read; Order for Defence of the Town, 3 Dec.

Kenkin,
-, David. Vide Holliston.

Kensworth,
-, 1641, Commoners to be restrained from pulling down Inclosures till further Order, 18 May.

Kent,
-, 1640, Grievances from thence represented, 9. Nov.- Petition of Inhabitants of Marsh Lands read, and referred to Dr. Tomson's Committee, 22 Dec. Vide Fens-Another touching Church Government read, and, with several of the like Nature, debated, 13 Jan.
-, 1641, Care of the County recommended by Lords, 7 May. Petition of Clothiers referred to the Committee for Clothing, 11.-new Writ, 2 Feb. Petition of Gentlemen, &c. read; Speaker's Answer to Persons who preferred it; Copy of another to Lords read, and approved; 8.-Earl of Leicester nominated Lord Lieutenant, 10.-Deputy Lieutenants approved; others to be recommended to him, 17 & 22 Mar.
-, 1642, Others approved, 28 May.-13 June.-Lord Lieutenant to be moved to give Deputations forthwith to them, 7 June.-Members Deputy Lieutenants to receive Directions from Lord Lieutenant for ordering the Militia, 14.-Lords to be moved to desire him to grant Deputations, and appoint a Day for putting the Militia in Execution, 6 July. Their Concurrence signified, 16. Members Deputy Lieutenants to go down, and assist-Order for Indemnity of Volunteers agreed to by Lords, 6 July.-Deputies to wait on the Lieutenant for their Deputations, 13.-Members, &c. to take care the Judge, in his Circuit, publishes the Order concerning the Commission of Array; to withdraw, and prepare Instructions; Form thereof, 22.-Earl of Pembroke nominated Lord Lieutenant; approved by Lords, 10 Aug. Lords to be moved for putting the Militia in Execution forthwith, and that the Lord Lieutenant may grant Deputations, 11. -Arms to be distributed by his Warrant; Person to be accountable to him for what he has already distributed, 16.- Order for valuing the Horse, and receiving the Contribution-money, agreed to by Lords, 19.-A Committee to dispose of Arms for the Use of the County-Letter from Mr. Sandys to Lord General, desiring the Militia may be put in Execution, 26.-Instructions to the Committee; agreed to by Lords, 27. -Members and Deputy Lieutenants to go down to advance the Propositions for Horse, &c. 9 & 14 Sept. One excused on account of Illness, 16. Deputy Lieutenants impowered to appoint Commissioners for valuing Horse, &c. their Instructions declared an Ordinance of Parliament, 17.-Deputy Lieutenants approved, and agreed to by Lords, 22 & 29 Sept. -11. 27. & 30 Oct.-5 Dec.-Order about sending up Money collected upon the Propositions, 12 Oct.-Order for marching Dragoons thither to be recommended to Lord General's Care, 15.-Under-sheriff to be summoned to attend, 25. Examined; Order for his Indemnity for not publishing Proclamations, 26.-a Committee to examine the Business concerning the Clerkship of the Peace, 29.-Order for raising 2,000 Horse, 5 Dec.-Deputy Lieutenants to be thanked for stopping a Bag with Letters from London to Dover, 15.-Sheriff to be brought in safe Custody to be examined; no Person to speak with him, 9 Jan.-Member to go down to advance the weekly Assessment, 7 Mar.-Informations touching a Petition presented at Maidstone; Articles read; Informant examined; Conference desired with Lords thereupon; agreed to, and held, 28 Mar. Several to be sent for as Delinquents; others to be summoned to appear; a Committee of both Houses to consider the Informations, 28 & 29. Blunt's Testimony; thanked thereupon; Copy of the Petition read, 29. Petition returned from Lords; Message to them, desiring they would appoint a Time for the Committee to meet; their Answer; the Committee impowered to alter the Time and Place of Meeting; Committee added in the room of one gone into the Country, 30.-Parties examined, 1 & 4 Apr. Order for the Committee to fit the whole Afternoon, agreed to by Lords; Chairman delivers his Papers to another Member, 4. Witnesses to attend the Committee; Power given them to appoint a Sub-committee; 5. Order for Meeting of the Sub-committee; Informations referred to the Committee of both Houses; Power given them to discharge Witnesses, 6. Witnesses examined have Liberty to return home; Printing the Petition referred to the Committee for Printing; Petition to be seized where-ever found, and burnt by the common Hangman, 7. Printer confesses the printing it, 8. Report to be made, 9. Conference desired by Lords concerning the Petition; agreed to, held, and reported, 21. House informed that, at the last Quarter Session, the Justices disclaimed and protested against it, 22. Parties examined; Conference desired with Lords; agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, 28. A Petition presented, and read; Persons examined concerning it; some committed to Prison; Petitioners to attend till House returns from a Conference; called in; Speaker's Answer to them; Lords to be acquainted with the Petition, and Proceedings thereupon; a Committee to prepare a Declaration of the Reasons, 30.-A Petition, disclaiming the former, read; Speaker's Answer to Persons who brought it, 5 May.-Business concerning Kent to be reported, 1 Aug. Proceedings of the Committee at the Assizes, and the Carriage of Persons, reported, and referred to the Committee for Defence of the Kingdom, 2. Order against printing the Petition, 13.-for seizing those that are printed, 15.-for suppressing it, 19.-List of Delinquents referred to the Committee for Defence of the Kingdom-Petition of well-affected Gentlemen; Petitioner heard in the Name of the rest; a Committee to prepare Answer; Answer delivered by Speaker, 30.

Kerry,
-, Lord, 1642, Petition referred to the Committee for Adventurers, 9 Aug. Serjeant Major and Chief Captain in his Regiment appointed, 18. To have a Commission for raising and transporting 2,000 Men; Officers to be chosen out of Reformadoes; Captains appointed; referred to him to chuse Lieutenants and Ensigns, 20.-Petition of cashiered Officers of his Regiment referred to the Committee for Adventurers, 24.-Resolutions touching his levying Men, and the raising the Levy-money, 25. Treasurers for the Adventurers to pay him 2,000 l. 29. -Arms to be prepared for his Regiment, 19 Dec.

Kethe,
-, John, 1642. Vide Privileges.

Kettleby,
-, Captain Tho. 1641, appointed to be Captain in the Navy, 10 Mar.
-, 1642, Letter concerning suspicious Passages of him and Sir H. Stradlinge read; to be sent to Lords, with Desire that the Earl of Warwick may be moved to command them to come in, and, upon Refusal, to inforce them, 17 Aug. Earl to be desired to seize them, 24.-Informations against him read; Resolution for impeaching him of high Treason, 11 Oct.

Keyes,
-, Captain, 1641, to be sent for forthwith, 3 May.- Letter concerning him referred to the Commissioners for Irish Affairs, 4 June.

Keynton,
-, and Parts adjacent, 1642, to be searched for Arms belonging to Lord General, 24 Nov.

Kidwell,
-, Rob. 1642, Order for disarming him, 17 Oct.

Kilcop,
-, Tho. 1642, Lord Chief Justice to be required to proceed against him for publishing a scandalous Pamphlet, 28 Apr.

Kildare,
-, Earl of, 1640, Petition with the Grand Committee for Irish Affairs referred to the Sub-committee, 3 Dec. Report to be made, 24 & 31.-Made; a Committee to prepare Transmission thereof, and to consider of a Way for a Commission to him for examining Witnesses, 6 Jan. Order for their Sitting 12.
-, 1641, Declaration laid aside, 8 Sept.-His Desire of a Command in the Irish Expedition; to be recommended to Lord Lieutenant, 7 Feb.
-, 1642, the Committee for Contributions to consider of Relief to him, 15 July.
-, Countess of, 1641, to have 200 l. out of the Contribution-money for Relief of distressed Persons, 1 Mar. Order sent to Lords, 16. Agreed to by them, 19.

Killesby,
-, 1642, Letter from thence about Abuses done by the King's Soldiers, to be printed, 10 Aug.

Killigrew,
-, Roger, 1640, to be summoned as a Witness, 27 Nov.
-, Sir Wm. 1641, Petition, 30 June.-Read; examined thereupon, 19 Aug.-Order for summoning him to attend; respited; to be sent for as a Delinquent, 4 Jan.-To be bailed, 12 Feb. His Bail approved, 17.
-, Tho. 1641, to be summoned to attend, 26 Feb.
-, H. 1642, to have Warrant to transport himself, &c. to Ireland, 14 May.-Order for taking off the Restraint of his Horses, 2 Aug.
-, Mr. 1642, Exceptions taken to his Words during a Debate upon a Message from the King; previous Question that he be voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament, Neg.; reprehended, 1 Apr.-Order for bringing up his Horses stayed at Enfield-for re-delivering them, 24 June.

Killinghall,
-, Ralph, 1641, Petition read, and, with the Petitioner, referred to Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, 27 Jan.

Kilpor,
-, Lord, 1641, to have Warrant to pass out of the Kingdom, with Servants, 12 Feb.

Kilvert,
-, Mr. 1640. Vide Abel-to remain in Custody, 19 & 20 Nov.-To be bailed, 3 Dec.-Petition read, 5 Jan. Not to be bailed, 19.
-, 1641, Like Order, 1 Sept.

Kimbolton,
-, Lord, 1641, Bill for clearing and vindicating him, Denzill Hollis, Sir Arthur Haselrigg, John Pym, John Hampden, and Wm. Strode, from a seigned and scandalous Accusation of High Treason, read twice, and committed, 16 Feb. Order for Meeting of the Committee, 21. Bill reported, and to be ingrossed, 26.-Passed, 1 Mar. Sent to Lords; Report of Delivery, 2. Letter from the King concerning the Bill communicated by Lords at a Conference, read, 24.
-, 1642, another Bill read twice, 3 Jan. Passed, 7.

King,
-, 1640, comes by Water to Westminster Bridge-goes attended by Lords to the Abbey-declares the Causes of summoning the Parliament, 3 Nov.-Message to attend him in the House of Peers, 5.-Order for making the Report commanded by him, 7. Report made; Copies to be delivered to Members, requiring them-his Message about a Proclamation for disarming Papists read, 9. Thanks thereupon, 11.- Motion for a Course to prevent informing him of any thing in Agitation in the House, 12.-His Answer to a Message about sending for Two Members of the Irish Parliament-to a Message concerning Lord Montmorris's Letter to Earl of Strafford, 14.-His Message about an Attempt to assassinate Mr. Heywood; Thanks thereupon, 23.-His Warrant for the Commitment of Moore, a Priest, read, 30.-His Answer to Message desiring him to remove Popish Officers out of Garrison Towns, 2 Dec.-to Message for Leave to debate his Revenue and Expence; Thanks thereupon, 14.-His Speech at Whitehall read by his Order, 25.-His Message to attend him there, 29-His Answer to Message desiring him to pass Bill for Relief of the Army and northern Parts, 15 Feb.- to Message concerning securing the Seas from Turkish Pirates, 6 Mar.-to Message for a Commission to the Convocation to treat of Subsidies, 22.
-, 1641, Messages to attend him in the House of Peers, 25 Mar.-1. 13. & 22 May-5. 12. & 30 July.-7 & 10 Aug.-Gives Royal Assent to a Bill, 25 Mar.-His Speech to both Houses at Whitehall concerning disarming Papists, and disbanding the Irish Army, 30 Apr.-His Speech in the House of Peers reported, 3 May.-His Answer concerning making Earl of Salisbury Lord Lieutenant of Dorsetshire; Thanks thereupon, 10.-Conference desired by Lords concerning the King's Journey into Scotland; agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held; another Conference desired with them; agreed to; same Managers appointed; Conference held, 26 June. Free Conference desired by Lords; agreed to; Managers appointed; free Conference held, and reported; another Conference desired by them; agreed to; same Managers appointed; Conference held, and reported; Lords to be desired to join in petitioning him to defer his Journey till 10th of August, 29. A Committee to assign Reasons; Reasons reported; Conference desired; agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held; Lords desired to hasten their Answer; free Conference desired by Lords; agreed to; Managers appointed; free Conference held, and reported; House insist on their former Decree; another free Conference desired with Lords; agreed to; Managers appointed; free Conference held, 7. A Committee to prepare Heads for a Conference touching the Stay of his Journey; Heads reported; Conference to be desired; Managers appointed; Conference held; free Conference desired by Lords, agreed to; Managers appointed; free Conference held, and reported; Message from Lords, signifying what time the King would be attended at Whitehall; his Answer to the Desire of deferring his Journey reported; Conference desired by Lords concerning Scots Commissioners Answer, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; Answer to be considered, 8. Both Answers referred to a Committee; their Report; Votes touching Counsellors to go with the King, 9.-Bill for authorizing Commissioners to give the Royal Assent to certain Bills, read, 9. Committed, with the Commission; reported; free Conference desired thereupon; agreed to; Managers appointed; free Conference held; Resolution for sending Commissioners to attend the King; Number of them; Lords to be moved to join in petitioning the King for a Commission, and to send likewise some of their own Members, or authorize those sent by House, 10. A Committee to prepare Heads for Instructions for them, 14. To withdraw; Instructions reported; free Conference to be desired concerning their Power; Managers appointed; free Conference agreed to; free Conference held, and reported, 16. Lords desired to hasten their Answer; Answer reported; free Conference desired with Lords concerning the Commission; Instructions, and a Petition to the King, and concerning the Commissioners, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Petition and Instructions reported, read, and to be sent to King; further Proceedings, 18. Ingrossed Copies read, agreed to, and to be sent to Lords; their Concurrence signified; Order for the Messenger read; Form of the Commission, 19. Ordinance concerning the Committees reported; Instructions; free Conference desired with Lords thereupon; agreed to, held, and reported; another desired by Lords, agreed to, held, and reported, 20. Conference desired by Lords concerning a Letter from the King touching the Petition and Commission, agreed to; Reporters and Managers appointed; Conference held, 30.-Letter from the Committees read, 8 Sept. Message from Lords, desiring to hear about them; Messenger dismissed without Answer; Conference desired with Lords concerning Instructions to be sent to them; agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held; another desired by Lords, about a Committee they have appointed for receiving and answering Letters, agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, and reported; Message from Lords, desiring to know if House have appointed a Committee for that Purpose; Answer thereto, 9.-A Committee to prepare a Form of Congratulation for his safe Return, 10 Nov. -A Committee to consider of Sums demanded and paid in Places where the King passes, 3 July.-Another Committee to consider of the Parliament's sitting when the King is out of the Kingdom, 28. Impowered to look into former Commissions; Report; Lords to be desired to join in petitioning for a Commission appointing a Custos Regni, and for an Act that it shall not determine till his Return; Conference desired thereupon; Managers appointed, 29. Conference agreed to, and held, 30.-Message to Lords, desiring their Answer, 4 Aug. Conference desired by Lords thereupon, agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, and reported; a Committee to consider Lords Propositions, 5. Report; Resolution for insisting on their former Request concerning a Custos Regni; House to consider Reasons in Maintenance of the Vote; Vote to be insisted on at a Conference; a Committee to prepare Reasons; Reasons reported; Conference desired; Managers appointed. 6. Free Conference desired by Lords, agreed to; Managers and Reporters appointed, 7.-His Answer to Message, desiring him to give Royal Assent to Three Bills together, 3 July.-To Lords concerning a general Pardon, communicated by them to House, 16 Aug.-Conference desired by Lords, concerning his Letter to Lord Keeper, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held; Copy thereof presented, 26.-His Letter to Speaker read, 4 Nov.-A Committee to prepare Declaration to clear his Honour from the Scandals of Irish Rebels, 30.-Order for their Meeting, 3 Dec.-His Message concerning replacing Stores issued for Ireland, 17 Jan.-His Letter and Message concerning exceptionable Words in Mr. Pym's Speech at a Conference, referred to a Committee, 8 Feb. Another Message read, and referred, 24.-Persons to attend the Committee; Committees added, 1. 8. & 14, Mar. Answer reported, and re-committed, 8. Order for Meeting of the Committee, 8 & 14. Answer reported from Re-commitment, agreed to, to be fair written, and sent to King, 15. His Answer reported, 24. His Message concerning putting the Laws against Recusants in Execution, banishing the Seven Priests, and going in Person into Ireland, sent from Lords, with a Form of Thanks; Form agreed 10, and to be presented by a Committee of both Houses, 14. King's Answer reported, 17. Proposition concerning moving Lords to join in beseeching the King to return to Town, to be considered, 12 Jan.-A Committee to withdraw, and prepare Reasons to be presented to the King for his speedy coming near the Parliament; Reasons reported, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence signified, 7 Mar. His Speech upon the Delivery reported; Message to Lords, desiring them to join in Order for printing the Reasons; their Answer, 12. Resolutions touching Persons who advised him to absent himself, 16. Resolution for appointing Two Members, and desiring Lords to appoint One, to reside about him-a Committee to prepare Heads for a Conference concerning a Message to acquaint him with Informations from Elsinore, his Absence from the Parliament, and his Speech at Newmarket, 18. Heads reported; Conference desired with Lords; agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, and reported; free Conference desired by Lords, agreed to; Managers appointed, 19. Free Conference held, and reported; Message to be fair written, and presented to King, 21. A Committee of both Houses appointed for that Purpose, 22.-Conference desired by Lords concerning his Letter and Declaration at Newmarket, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported, 24.
-, 1642, Declaration to be considered, 28 & 29. Considered, and referred to a Committee, 29.-Another Committee to consider that, and the Declaration of both Houses preceding it, 2 Apr. Order for their Sitting, notwithstanding the Sitting of House, 4 & 9. Declaration reported, 18. To be read, 21. Read, and re-committed; the Committee injoined to attend the Service, 22. Committee added; Business recommended to his Care, 26.-Resolution for sending Committees to attend the King at York, 29.-His Answer to Message concerning Information from Elsinore read; Conference desired thereupon; agreed to; Managers appointed; Substance thereof; Conference held, 30 Mar.-Question that House go into a Committee upon the Answer, Neg. 1 Apr. Answer considered, 1 & 2. Resolution thereupon, 2. -Conference desired by Lords concerning a Message about his going to Ireland, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; Message to Lords, acquainting them House agrees to adjourn the Debate thereon, 11 Apr. Lords Vote concerning it agreed to, and referred to a Committee of both Houses; Petition reported, read, agreed to, and to be fair written; ingrossed Petition read, and to be delivered at a Conference, 14. Conference desired by Lords, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; Lords Amendments agreed to; Petition to be presented by a Committee of both Houses, 15. His Answer, 22. Further Answer communicated by Lords, read, and to be considered, 25. -Conference desired by Lords concerning his Letters to the Earls of Essex and Holland, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, 12 Apr. Reported; Resolutions thereupon to be delivered to Lords at a Conference; Conference to be desired; Managers appointed, 13. Conference desired, agreed to, and held, 14.-His Letter concerning passing Bills, communicated by Lords, 22.-A Committee to consider his Oath; his usual Answer at refusing Bills, and Precedents of Proceedings against Persons for High Treason, notwithstanding his Command, and the Parliament's putting Forces in Places of Strength, 16 May. Conference desired by Lords concerning Matters of Great Importance; Exceptions taken to the Message, as too general; Conference agreed to, but not to be drawn into Precedent; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; Lords Votes and Petition agreed to, with Amendments, 20. Amendments agreed to by them; Committees at York to present them, 21. His Answer read, 30.-Another Committee to examine the Oath with the Record, 21. Their Report, 23.-King's Letter to Major Skippon to attend him at York; Resolution thereupon; Skippon to attend House, 17 May.-His Message to the Committee at York, and Declaration to the Freeholders, read; Conference desired by Lords, concerning a Letter and Declaration received from their Committees, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; a Committee of both Houses to consider what is fit to be done thereupon, 6 June.-His Answer concerning the Commission for raising additional Forces for Ireland, 16.- Conference desired by Lords concerning his Declaration, disavowing any Intentions of making War, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; a Committee of both Houses to prepare Answer, 17.-His Letter concerning putting the Commission of Array in Execution, 18. Vide Leicestershire.-His Letter to Lord Mayor, concerning Loans of Money for raising Horse, read; a Committee to suppress it, and prepare Declaration in Answer thereto; Declaration reported, 18. Agreed to by Lords, 20.-His Declaration to all his loving Subjects, &c. read, and referred to Committee of both Houses, 21.-Order against printing it, 17 Aug.- Proclamation, forbidding Levies of Forces without the King's express Command, referred to a Committee, 24 June.- Conference desired by Lords, concerning his Book about raising Money and Horse, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported, 2 July.-His Answer to Order for delivering Arms for Ireland, 7.-Petition to move him to good Accord with his Parliament, read, and agreed to, 12. Lords Concurrence signified; a Committee of both Houses to present Instructions, 13. Passages of the Delivery reported; Conference desired by Lords concerning his Answer, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; Answer referred to a Committee, 23. Read a Second time; Question that House go into a Committee thereupon, Neg.; Resolution to send an Answer; Substance thereof; a Committee to prepare that and a Declaration to the People; Petition and Answer to be printed, 25. Reply reported, and agreed to, 26. Sent to Lords-Depositions concerning Words spoken at presenting the Petition; to be printed, 28.-Conference desired by Lords concerning a Message from him, and a Proclamation touching Sir Jo. Hotham and Earl of Warwick, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; a Committee to prepare Answer to the Message, 13 July. Answer reported, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence signified, 14.-His Warrant of Restraint to the Officers of the Navy, read, 16.-Conference desired by Lords, concerning his Warrant for apprehending Persons, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; Resolution thereupon, 18.-Note of Arms sent for by him from Amsterdam, read, and to be printed, 1 Aug. -Conference desired by Lords, concerning a Proclamation for suppressing the Rebellion, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; a Committee to prepare Declaration concerning the Advisers thereof, 11. Order for their Meeting; Committees added, 12. Declaration reported, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence signified; dispersing it recommended to the Care of One Member, 13,-His Message about the Parliament's borrowing 100,000 l. of the Money raised for Ireland, referred to a Committee, 16. Order against printing it, 17. Committees added, 20. Answer read, and re-committed; Instruction; Answer reported from Re-commitment, 30.- Letter to be sent to Secretary Nicholas for Delivery thereof, ordered, 5 Sept. Read, and signed by Speaker; Answer to be fair written, and inclosed, 7.-Declaration that all who assist the King are Traitors, agreed to by Lords, 16 Aug.-His Message concerning it read twice; a Committee to withdraw, and prepare Heads for a Conference; Heads reported, and agreed to; Conference desired, agreed to, and held, 5.-Proclamation of his setting up his Standard read, 17 Aug.-Referred to the Committee for Defence of the Kingdom, 18.-His Message touching a Treaty for Peace; Resolution thereupon; Heads for a Conference agreed to; Conference to be desired; Managers appointed; Conference agreed to, and held; another Conference desired by Lords, agreed to, and held; Lords Answer reported, and agreed to, with Amendments, 26. Message and Answer to be printed, 29.-Another Message read; a Committee to prepare Heads for an Answer, 13 Sept. To withdraw, and frame a Draught, 14. Answer reported, read several Times, and agreed to; Conference desired thereupon; agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, 15. Answer returned, with Amendments; Amendments agreed to, 16.-Heads of a Petition to be presented by Earl of Essex, to be considered, 15 & 16. Considered; One agreed to, 17. A Committee to prepare it, 19. Petition reported, read several Times, and agreed to, 20. Lords Concurrence signified, 21. Conference desired by Lords concerning a Letter from Earl of Essex about the Delivery of the Petition, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; Resolutions thereupon; free Conference desired with Lords, agreed to; Manager appointed; free Conference held, 3 Oct. Conference desired by Lords concerning One of the Propositions, in Answer to the Letter; agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; Debate thereupon; House adhere to their former Vote; a Committee to assign Reasons, 5. Free Conference to be desired with Lords; Managers appointed; free Conference agreed to, and held; Votes reported, with an Amendment; Amendment agreed to; Votes to be sent to Lord General, 7. His Letter, with Earl Dorset's Answer, concerning the Delivery, read, and to be printed; City to be acquainted therewith, 20.-The Committee for Defence of the Kingdom to prepare a Petition for a Treaty, 2 Nov. Conference desired by Lords concerning it, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; Petition read, and agreed to; Letter from Lords to be sent by a Messenger, with a Trumpet, agreed to, 3. Previous Question for sending Messengers for a safe Conduct, Affirmative, 5. Papers from the King communicated by Lords; safe Conduct read; Debate thereon; Question for accepting it, Neg. voted a Refusal of a Treaty; Conference to be desired thereupon; Heads thereof; Managers appointed; Conference agreed to, held, and reported; a Committee to prepare a Declaration, 7. To prepare a Letter of Reasons for not accepting the safe Conduct, 8. Resolutions concerning a Petition to be sent to the King, and concerning One of the Messengers; Conference desired thereupon, agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held; Lords Concurrence to the Votes signified, 9. Letter from Messengers at Uxbridge read, 11. Conference desired by Lords concerning King's Answer to the Petition, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; Draught of a Letter from Lords read, and agreed to, with Amendments; Amendments agreed to by them, 12. Declaration concerning the Carriage of the Treaty, and the Assault upon Parliament Forces pending the same, read, 13. Conference desired by Lords concerning a Letter from the King about his advancing to Brentford; agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; a Committee of both Houses to prepare an Answer, and a Declaration touching the Proceedings of Parliament for a Peace, 14. Answer read, and agreed to; returned from Lords, with Amendments; Amendments agreed to, 16.-Conference desired by Lords concerning King's Speech and Protestation at the Head of his Army; agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, 30 Sept. Reported; a Committee of both Houses to prepare Answer, and frame a Protestation in behalf of the Parliament, 1 Oct. Message from Lords, desiring an Answer to the Conference, 3.-Order for seizing Money informed to be sending to him, 11.-His Letter to Mr. Powell referred to a Committee, 12.-Order against publishing Two Proclamations; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 1 Nov.-Intercepted Papers, sent from the King to his Printer, communicated by Lords- Conference desired by Lords concerning a Message from the King; agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported, 19. Message to be considered, 19. Considered in a Committee of the whole House, 21 & 22. Resolution for desiring him to return to his Parliament, 21.-Touching the Security of Religion, Laws, and Liberty; Conference desired thereupon; agreed to; One Head thereof; Managers appointed; Conference held, 22. Another Conference desired by Lords concerning an Answer; agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; Answer agreed to, with Amendments, 23. Another Conference desired by them; agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; Amendments agreed to by Lords; Manner of sending the Answer, 24. King's Answer communicated by Lords, and read, 28.-To be considered, 2 Dec.-Declaration, in Answer to King's Declaration after the Battle of Kineton, ordered, 2. Read, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence to be desired at a Conference, 8. Conference desired; Managers appointed, 12. Conference agreed to; Message to Lords, desiring them to defer it, 13. Their Concurrence signified; Order for printing it, 22.-Intercepted Letters from King to the Sheriffs of Norfolk and Suffolk, and to the Bishops of Lincoln and Norwich, read, 5 Jan.-A Committee to prepare Declaration concerning his Letter to Sheriffs to receive Moneys upon Bill for 400,000 l. 23.-His Letter to Earl of Newcastle sent up by a Committee; Order for opening it; previous Question for printing it, Neg. 24 Jan.-His Letter and Declaration to the Sheriffs of London, and Master and Wardens of several Companies, read; Order against publishing it; a Committee to prepare Ordinance for Indemnity of the Sheriffs for not publishing Papers; a Committee to prepare Heads for a Conference thereupon, 24. Charge against Lord Mayor, and his Answer, referred, 28.-Intercepted Letter from him to the Queen, read, and to be printed; a Committee to prepare a Conclusion to be printed therewith; Conference desired thereupon; agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held; another desired by Lords; agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, 30. Reported; Order against printing or giving out any Copies of the Letter, 31.-Petition concerning putting off the next Assizes, read, and agreed to, 15 Feb. Lords Concurrence signified, 17.-King's Proclamation for the Safety of the Navy and the Kingdom, read; a Committee to prepare Declaration in Answer thereto, 21.-Proclamation, prohibiting the Association of divers Counties, read, 2 Mar. Vide Association.
-, 1640, Bill concerning the King's Tenants of Clitheroe, Itchtenhill, &c. read, 27 Nov.-Committed, 30 Dec.- Committees added, 10 Mar.
-, 1641, Bill reported, and to be ingrossed, 21 July. Passed, 30.-Sent to Lords, 23 Nov.
-, 1642, Information of Money designed for the King's Children being seized; Order for Re-delivery thereof, 23 Aug. -Order for removing them to a secure Place in London; agreed to by Lords-a Committee to prepare Ordinance, enabling Mr. Holland to receive and issue Moneys assigned for them, 24 Oct. Order for paying him 800 l. monthly; agreed to by Lords, 27.-For paying it into the Exchequer, 1 Nov. Revoked-Mr. Holland to prepare Ordinance for appointing himself Receiver, 16. Ordinance reported, 18. Agreed to by Lords, 24.-Conference desired by Lords concerning them; agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; Order for removing them to St. James's-for recommending it to Earl of Pembroke to continue his Care of them-House adhere to their former Vote concerning Mr. Holland, 1 Dec. Agreed to by Lords, 8.
-, 1642, Lords to be moved at a Conference that the King's Servants may take the Oaths, 10 Nov. To be moved for a Commission to some Lords to tender them, 13.-Order for committing some of them to the Clinke; Examination of the Business concerning them referred to the Committee for Informations, 19.-Conference desired by Lords touching some Order for their Resort to; agreed to, 14 Dec.-Question for Leave to them to go, Neg. 21.

King,
-, Sir Rob. Member of the Irish Parliament, 1640, to be summoned to give Evidence against Earl of Strafford and Sir Geo. Ratcliffe; King to be moved for Directions therein, 13 Nov.
-, Mr. 1641, Exceptions taken at his reprehending Speaker; ordered to withdraw; called in, and pardoned, upon his Acknowlegement, 15 Feb.
-, 1642, voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament, 27 Feb.
-, Mr. 1642, to attend, upon Information against him for delivering Skins ordered to be stayed, 12 July. Matter referred to the Committee for Customers, 14.
-, Rich. 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 12 Nov.
-, Philip, and John, 1642, to be sent for as Delinquents, 23 Nov.
-, Dr. 1642. Vide Privileges.

Kingdom,
-, 1640, a Committee to prepare a faithful Representation of the State thereof, 10 Nov. Petitions and a Report referred, 13. 16. 25, & 26. Committee impowered to receive all Matters for Advancement of their Business, and present them to House, 13.-Order for their Meeting, 1. Jan.- For making use of so much of a Petition as will conduce to preparing the Remonstrance, 12 Feb. Committee added in the room of one called up to House of Peers, 25.
-, 1641, the Committee to prepare Heads of Grievances, 2 Apr. Order for their Meeting, 16 & 28.-For making Report, 28 & 30 Apr.-5 & 29 May.-12 June.-25 & 29 Oct. Committee revived, 4 May. Committees added, 4 May.-11 June.-11 Aug.-Committee to meet, notwithstanding the Sitting of House, 5 & 6 May.-To stand, 1 June.-Declaration read, 8 Nov. Proceedings thereupon, 8, 9, 10. 15, & 16. Declaration, with Amendments, read, and to be ingrossed, 19. Ingrossed Declaration read, and to be debated, 20. Debated and passed; Order for printing it, 22. Same Committee to prepare a Petition to be presented therewith, 25. Petition reported, and read twice, to be fair written, and presented; Copy of the Declaration to be sent to Lords, 27.-A Committee appointed to present them, 30.-Gentlemen appointed to read them, 1 Dec. Report of Delivery, 2. Previous and main Questions for printing the Declaration, severally Affirmative, 15. King's Letter to Speaker read; his Answer to the Petition read twice, and referred to the Committee, 23.-Free Conference desired by Lords concerning weighty Affairs of the Kingdom; agreed to; Reporters appointed; free Conference held, and reported-a Committee to prepare Heads for a Conference about securing the Land as well as the Sea; Instruction, 8 May. Heads reported, 10.-Committee to prepare Remonstrances of the State of the Kingdom and Church, 23 July.-Order for presenting it, 2 Aug.-Another Committee to prepare them, 3. Order for their Sitting, 7 & 12. Committees added, 11.- Method of putting the Kingdom into a Posture of Defence, to be considered, 9 & 10 Aug. A Committee to prepare Heads for a Conference thereupon, 14. Heads reported, 16. Free Conference desired by Lords concerning appointing a General on this Side Trent; agreed to; Reporters appointed; free Conference held, 17. Reported; Copy of his Commission ordered, 18.-A Committee to consider of furnishing the Kingdom with Powder and Arms-House to consider of Ways and Means for removing the Distempers of the Kingdom, 31 Dec.- Considered in a Committee of the whole House, 14, 15, & 17, Jan.-A Committee of both Houses to consider of any thing conducive to the Safety of the Kingdom, 28.
-, 1642, Lords to be moved to receive from House Propositions for present Defence of the Kingdom; their Concurrence signified, 24 May.-A Committee of both Houses appointed to consider of the Defence thereof; their Power enlarged, 27.-A select Committee of House to consider of Propositions for that Purpose, 6 June. Report to be made, 7. Made; Propositions read Clause by Clause; the Declaration and Preamble read, and agreed to; Conference to be desired thereupon; Conference agreed to; Managers appointed, 8. Conference desired by Lords concerning Words in the Preamble; Order thereupon; sent to Lords; agreed to by them; free Conference desired with Lords touching the Words; agreed to; Reporters appointed; free Conference held; Lords Amendments to the Declaration and Propositions reported, and re-committed; reported from Re-commitment, 9. Sent to Lords, and to be printed, 10. Conference desired by Lords concerning King's Answer; agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held; King's Answer reported; Lords Vote thereupon agreed to, 25. Propositions and Answer to be considered, 25 & 27. Question for going into a Committee, Neg. 27. Considered; Resolutions thereupon, 27 & 28. -Free Conference desired by Lords concerning the Defence and Safety of the Kingdom; agreed to; Managers appointed; free Conference held; a Letter presented, and to be printed- the Committee to take care of providing a Magazine of Saddles, &c. further Instructions concerning the Propositions reported, agreed to, and to be printed, 1 July. Propositions further considered, 2.-Conference desired by Lords concerning Propositions for settling Religion, the Liberties of the Subject, and the Peace of the Kingdom; agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held; Propositions presented; no Copies thereof to be taken, 20 Dec. Read, and to be sent to King, 22. Proceedings thereupon, 26, 27. & 30, Dec.-2. 6, & 7, Jan.-A Committee to consider of the Preamble, and of stateing the Causes for taking up Arms, 26 Dec. Preamble read, and to be fair written, 27. Read Second time; nothing done thereupon, 29.-Read Clause by Clause, and agreed to, 5 Jan. A Committee to connect the Propositions with the Alterations, and Votes upon them, 7. Conference desired by Lords concerning them; agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, 18. Lords Amendments reported, and in part agreed to, 19. A Committee of both Houses to consider the Eighth Proposition; their Report; House adhere to their former Proposition, 20. Free Conference desired with Lords thereupon; Managers appointed; Resolution touching a fixed Day for King's Answer; Conference agreed to, and held, 21. Conference desired by Lords; agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; Lords Amendments in part disagreed to, 24. Free Conference desired with Lords; agreed to; Conference desired by Lords; agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, and reported; Lords Amendments agreed to, 26. Amendments returned; a Committee of both Houses to present them; Names of Committees sent to Lords, 27. Letter of safe Conduct delivered to them; Order to carry none with them but their own Servants, 30.-Their Report; Conference desired by Lords concerning King's Answer; agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; Propositions and Answer to be printed, 6 Feb. Answer to be considered, 6, 7, 8, 9, & 10. Question for going into a Committee thereupon, Neg. Conference desired by Lords concerning their Votes touching the Answer; previous Question for dismissing the Messengers without Answer, Affirmative; main Question for it, Neg. Conference agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; previous Questions whether it be an Answer-whether it be a satisfactory Answer-whether it be a positive Answer, severally Neg. 8. Lords Vote, touching disbanding the Army, agreed to; further Resolutions concerning it; previous and main Questions for appointing Persons to treat with the King concerning the Manner of doing it, severally Affirmative, 9. Questions for a present Treaty-for a present Cessation of Arms, severally Neg. Resolution about the Time for a Cessation, 10. Question for a Treaty before disbanding, Neg. Resolution for it afterwards; a Committee to assign Reasons for disagreeing with Lords therein, 11. Reasons read, and agreed to; Conference desired; agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, 13. Another desired by Lords; agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; Question for going into a Committee upon the Report, Neg. Resolution for a Treaty before disbanding, with a Limitation, 17. House agree to Lords Votes concerning the Time of the Treaty, and for disbanding; previous Question for a Cessation, Affirmative; Manner, Limitations, and Qualifications thereof referred to Lord General; Conference desired with Lords touching the Limitations; Managers appointed; Conference agreed to, and held, 18. Another Conference desired by Lords concerning their Resolutions about the Treaty; agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; Report read twice, and to be considered, 20. Conference desired by Lords concerning King's Message, and Lord General's Letter; agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; another Conference desired with them; agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, and reported; a Committee of both Houses to advise with Lord General concerning the Manner, Limitations, and Qualifications of the Cessation, 21. Their Report; Conference desired by Lords concerning Lord General's Propositions; agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; Propositions read, and in part disagreed to; One committed, 24. Reported, and agreed to, with an Amendment; a Committee of both Houses to draw them into Form, 24. Impowered to prepare an Answer to the King; Conference desired by Lords concerning the Manner of Treating; agreed to; another Conference desired with them; agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, and reported; a Committee of both Houses to treat with the King himself, 25. Conference desired by Lords touching the Preamble to the Cessation; agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; Resolutions concerning the Cessation; Preamble and Articles read, and agreed to; another Conference to be desired with Lords; Managers appointed; Conference agreed to, and held, 27. Lords Amendments to the Preamble agreed to; Resolution for sending only the Two Votes concerning the Manner and Time of treating; free Conference desired with Lords thereupon; agreed to; Managers appointed; free Conference held, and reported; a Committee of both Houses to attend the King; previous Question for sending Four of the Committee, Neg. 28.-Conference desired by Lords concerning King's Answer; agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, and reported; Lords Declaration agreed to; Lord General to be acquainted with the Answer; Answer referred to a Committee of both Houses, 6. A Committee of both Houses to advise with him, 7. His Answer communicated by Lords, and referred to a Committee of both Houses, 9. Conference desired by Lords touching Articles of Cessation from the King; agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; Report to be considered, 10. Question for going into a Committee thereupon, Neg.; Lords Amendments disagreed to; One Proposition of the House, and another of the King's, referred to a Committee of both Houses, 11. Reasons for disagreeing with Lords reported; Conference desired thereupon; agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, 13.- A Committee of both Houses to consider what may concern the Safety of the Kingdom, 4 July. Letters referred; Conference desired concerning them; agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, and reported; Letters returned open, and read; Report touching sending Supplies to Hull, 5. Further Report concerning Passages there; Resolutions thereupon, agreed to by Lords; a Committee to prepare Declaration of Reasons for raising Forces, 6. Further Report; the Committee impowered to take Arms out of the King's Magazines; Declaration reported, and re-committed; Additions to be made; Person to attend them; Instruction to consider of nominating chief Officers, 8. Committee impowered to send for Parties &c. 9. Declaration reported from Re-commitment; Additions read, and agreed to, 11. Committee added; Lords to be acquainted therewith; Lords Concurrence to Order for delivering Stores by Appointment of the Committee signified, 16. Conference desired by Lords concerning the Defence of the Kingdom; agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, and reported; Resolution thereupon, 18. Order from Lords, impowering the Committee to dispose of Alms brought from Hull, 20.-Another Committee to receive Informations concerning the Defence of the Kingdom, 4 Aug. -Former Committee to prepare for an Adjournment, and consider what Power is necessary for themselves and other Committees, and prepare a Declaration concerning raising Forces upon Pretence of Defence of the King's Person, &c. 5. Another Committee to draw and prepare it, 9. Votes from Lords concerning the Peace of the Kingdom read, and agreed to, 18.-Message to Lords concerning the too frequent Resort of Members to the Committee for Defence; Messenger dismissed without Answer, 8 Sept. The Committee to prepare Order for enabling them to issue Moneys for the Army; Order from Lords for that Purpose agreed to, with an Amendment; Amendment agreed to by them, 10. The Committee to be desired to meet at Eight, and attend House at Ten o'Clock, 27.-Letter to be sent into the Counties adjoining reported, read, and agreed to, 18 Oct. Lords Concurrence signified; the Committee to fill up the Blank, 19. To acquaint House with the State of the Kingdom, 24.-Serjeant sent to desire them to come to House, 3 Nov. Previous Question for appointing a Day to debate about the Continuance of the Committee, Neg. 28.-Day appointed, 19 Dec.- -Committee impowered to grant Warrants for Persons to go out of the Kingdom, except as excepted, 14 Feb. Previous Question for reducing them to the First Number, and Persons first nominated, Affirmative, 23.
-, 1641, Bill for settling a military Power for better Defence of the Kingdom read, 21 Dec. Read Second time, 24.

King's
-, Bench Prison, 1640, Marshal to bring a Prisoner in Execution to a Committee, 19 Mar.
-, 1641, Like Order, 19 Apr.
-, 1642, Order for removing unruly Prisoners to Newgate, 6 Aug.
-, Court of, 1641, Information to be given to the Judges of Persons apprehended going to Mass, 17 May.-Judges to be required to proceed against Recusants, whose Indictments are returned, 29.
-, 1642, Judges to be desired to defer bailing Prisoners committed by Parliament, 9 Feb.-Order for detaining Fees due to them, except as excepted, 19.

King's
-, Norton, 1640, Petition of Inhabitants referred to the Committee for the Queen's Bill, 20 Feb. Vide Queen.

Kingsmill,
-, Mr. 1642, to have Warrant to transport himself and Servant to France, 12 May.

Kingston
-, upon Thames, 1641, Information of Horse assembled thereabouts; Conference to be desired with Lords concerning it; a Committee to prepare Heads; their Report; Proceedings thereupon; Message to Lords concerning it, 12 Jan. Agreed to by them; a Committee to draw it into the Form of an Order; Order reported, 13. Information that Part of them had been at Windsor, and were gone towards Farnham; Conference to be desired with Lords thereupon; a Committee to prepare Heads; Conference agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, 14. A Committee of Lords to examine Witnesses in the Presence of some Members, 15.
-, upon Hull, 1642, Petition of Mariners employed in bringing Ammunition from thence read, and referred to the Committee for the Navy, 16 June.-The Committee to examine who commanded them to be brought, 15. Nov.

Kirby,
-, Mary, 1640, Petition read, and referred to Dr. Tomson's Committee, 3 Dec. Vide Fens.
-, Mary, and Henry Derhem, 1641, Petition to be read, 16 & 17 Feb. Read, and referred to Dr. Tomson's Committee, 19. Vide Fens.

Kirby
-, Lonsdale, 1642, Petition of Minister, &c. read; Lecturer recommended, 6 Aug.

Kirke,
-, John, 1640, Bill from Lords for naturalizing him and others, 3 Mar.
-, 1641, Read, 16 Apr. Committed, 30.-Reported, 14 July.
-, 1642, Passed, with an Amendment, 23 July.- Amendment agreed to by Lords 11 Aug.
-, Jo. of London, Merchant, 1641, Order for bailing him, 1 Sept.
-, Lewis, of London, Esquire, 1641, Order for bailing him, 1 Sept.
-, Geo. 1642. Vide Privileges.

Kirkeby,
-, Mr. 1642, to be summoned to attend the Service of House, 22 July.-Voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament, 29 Aug.

Kirkham
-, Colleton, 1641, Bill for settling the Manor on Edward Rod and Richard Estcourt read, 3 June. Committed, 21.

Kirle,
-, Mr. 1642, Examination of his Accounts, concerning the Dispatch of Ships and Provisions, referred to the Committee for Irish Affairs, 2 Nov.

Kirton,
-, Mr. 1641, House to be reminded of his Carriage, 12 Apr. Ordered to withdraw; called in, and pardoned, upon his Acknowlegement, 14.-To declare the Particulars of the Information he offered to present, 30 Nov.
-, 1642, Voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament; new Writ, 11 Aug.
-, Edw. 1642, Resolution for impeaching him of High Treason; a Committee to prepare Impeachment; Lords to be moved for Proclamation for his Appearance at a Day certain, 30 Aug.

Kitchingman,
-, Jo. 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 7 Jan.

Knaresborough,
-, 1641, Election; Committee revived, 22 Feb. -Report of Mr. Dearlove; voted unduly returned, 19 Mar.
-, 1642, Sir Wm. Constable's Election declared good; Return to be amended, 17 Aug. Amended, 8 Nov.

Knatchbull,
-, Sir Norton, 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 12 Nov.

Knight,
-, Isaac, 1640, Petition referred to the Committee for the High Commission Court, 13 Feb. Vide Starchamber.

Knighthood,
-, 1641, Bill for preventing vexatious Suits touching the Order, read, 12 June. Committed, 24.-Order for Meeting of the Committee; all that come to have Voices, 2 July. Bill reported, and to be ingrossed, 26. Passed, 27.
-, Money, 1640, a Committee to consider of the Judgment in the Exchequer concerning it, and of the Matter of Escuage, 20 Mar.
-, 1641, Committee revived; Order for their Sitting, 13 May. Committees added, 13 May.-16 July.

Knightley,
-, Mr. 1640, to sit till his Election is avoided, 6 Jan.
-, 1642, to have Warrant to carry Arms into Northamptonshire, 9 Aug.
-, Sir Ferdinando, 1642, to have Warrant to transport himself, &c. beyond Sea, 2 May.
-, Wm. 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, and disarmed, 17 Oct.
-, Mrs. 1642, Order for Redelivery of her Horses, 6 Dec.
-, Captain, 1642, Business concerning him referred to Lord General, 13 Jan.

Knolle
-, House, 1642, Lords to be acquainted with the Store of Arms, &c. there, 11 Aug.

Knollis,
-, H. 1642, to have Warrant to transport himself to France, 23 Sept.
-, Wm. 1642, his Complaint against Istrand Love referred to a Committee, 7 Dec. Vide Love.

Knotts,
-, Nicolas, 1641, to be inserted in the Order for apprehending Priests and Jesuits, 18 June.

Knyvell,
-, Sir Philip, 1640, Bill for Sale of Lands, &c. for Payment of Debts, read, and rejected, 13 Mar.

Kyleigh,
-, Sylvanus, 1641. Vide Privileges.



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