William and Mary, 1690
An Act for Granting an Ayd to Their Majestyes of the Summe of Sixteene hundred fifty one thousand seaven hundred and two pounds eighteene shillings. [Chapter I. Rot. Parl. pt. 2.]

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'William and Mary, 1690: An Act for Granting an Ayd to Their Majestyes of the Summe of Sixteene hundred fifty one thousand seaven hundred and two pounds eighteene shillings. [Chapter I. Rot. Parl. pt. 2.]', Statutes of the Realm: volume 6: 1685-94 (1819), pp. 180-218. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=46340 Date accessed: 30 August 2014.


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The Reasons for this Grant.
II. Commissioners appointed. III. Commissioners to meet in the several Counties, &c. on or before 15th January next, to execute this Act; and may subdivide themselves. IV. Commissioners at their Meeting to set down in Writing what Number of Commissioners shall act in each Division, and deliver Copy thereof to Receiver General. V. Receiver General to give Commissioners a Receipt for Monies received by him from them. VI. £ 412,925. 14s. 6d. to be paid to Receiver General 25th March 1691. VII. Money received by Collectors, paid to Receiver General or his Deputy. VIII. Allowance to Collectors. IX. Persons charged refusing, &c. to pay. X. Tenant paying acquitted to amount of Payment. XI. Persons not executing Act. Commissioners may fine not exceeding £20, levied by Distress, paid to Receiver General, and by him into Exchequer. XII. Collector neglecting to pay or detaining Monies. XIII. At Expiration of Times for Quarterly Payments, Commissioners are to call Collectors before them, &c. and, in case of Failure, Commissioners to cause same to be levied and paid. XIV. Questions respecting Assessments, &c. in which Commissioners concerned, they have no Voice. XV. Privileged Places or, Persons, &c. not exempt from Assessment. XVI. Proviso for the Colleges in the Two Universities, in the Colleges of Windsor, Eton, Winchester, and Westminster and for Hospitals, in respect of Sites of the Colleges, &c; XVII. Person having a House in one Parish, &c. and Goods in another, to be charged for such Goods, &c. where he dwells. XVIII. No Clause in this Act to extend to lessen the Rate. XIX. Proceedings in case the assessing by Pound Rate shall be found to obstruct the speedy bringing in of the Assessment. XX. Proviso for Contract between Landlords and Tenants as to Payment of Taxes. XXI. Places used to be assessed to pay as heretofore. XXII. Action brought touching Execution of this Act. XXIII. Receivers General and their Deputies to give Acquittances to Collectors. XXIV. Where Lands, &c. unoccupied, and no Distress found, Collectors, Constables, &c, may enter and distrain. XXV. Where Wood Lands assessed, and no Distress had, Collectors, &c. may enter, and cut Wood, &c. growing. Buyers of such Wood may sell the same, rendering Overplus to Owner. XXVI. Proceedings where Assessment charged on Property not distrainable. XXVII. Receivers General certifying Arrears due where Monies have been received; XXVIII. Quarterly Payments to be made to Receivers General, and by them into the Exchequer within 20 Days after the Times before mentioned. XXIX. Commissioners not liable to Penalties of 25 Car. II. c. 2. XXX. Commissioners to take the Oaths of 1 W. & M. Sess. 1. c. 8. which the Commissioners may administer. XXXI. Persons may lend Money to Their Majesties on this Act at £7 per Cent. per Ann. XXXII. Repayment of such Monies how secured. Books provided. XXXIII. Proviso where several Tallies bear Date the same Day. XXXIV. Orders for Payment of Money lent may be assigned by Indorsement. XXXV. Out of the Monies raised by this Act £1,000,000 applied to the Payment of Seamen and Stores. XXXVI. XXXVII. Treasury not to direct Warrant to Collectors, &c. for Payment to Persons other than into Exchequer, nor to Officers of Exchequer for striking of Tally of Pro, &c. XXXVIII. Officers of Exchequer to keep Accounts of the said £1,000,000 distinct. XXXIX. Regulations for Treasurer of the Navy as to keeping and issuing the said Sum of £1,000,000. XL. And for Commissioners &c. of the Navy as to signing Navy Bills, &c. for issuing such Money. XLI. Officers appointed to receive said £1,000,000, misapplying same; XLII. Officers of Exchequer or Navy misapplying the same Monies. XLIII. No Stay of Prosecution in Actions for Penalties. XLIV. £41,160 already taken up for Navy esteemed Part of said £1,000,000. Footnotes

The Reasons for this Grant.

£1,651,702. 18s. to be rained in manner herein mentioned.

[ (fn. 1) Most Gracious [Soveraigne (fn. 2) ]]
Wee Your Majestyes most Dutifull and Loyall Subjects the Commons in Parlyament Assembled being deeply sensible of the abundant Care Wisedome and Resolution with which Your Majestyes have Defended and Preserved these Kingdomes against the Opposition of Open and Secret Enimies and being Resolved Effectually to Support Your Government and Assist Your Majestyes for the Entire Reduceing of Ireland and Secureing the Peace of this Kingdome and Vigorously carrying on the Warr against France have towards the Ends and Purposes aforesaid Chearfully and Unanimously Given and Granted unto Your Majestyes the Rates and Assessments hereafter mentioned And wee doe humbly beseech Your Majestyes that it may be enacted And Bee it Enacted by the King and Queens most Excellent Majestyes by and with the Advice and Consent of the Lords Spirituall and Temporall and Commons in this present Parliament Assembled and by the Authoritie of the same That the Summe of Sixteene hundred fifty one thousand seven hundred and two pounds eighteene shillings shall be Raised Levyed and Paid unto their Majestyes in manner following That is to say The Summe of One hundred thirty seven thousand six hundred forty one pounds eighteene shillings and two pence by the Month for Twelve Months begining from the Five and twentyeth day of December in the Yeare of Our Lord One thousand six hundred and ninety shall be Assessed Taxed Levyed and Paid by Foure Quarterly Payments in the severall Countyes Cities Burroughs Townes and Places within England and Wales and the Towne of Berwicke upon Tweede according to the Proportions following Vi[z] For each of the said Twelve Months

FOR the County of Bedford the Summe of One thousand seven hundred ninety three pounds fifteene shillings six pence.

For the County of Berks the Summe of Two thousand two hundred sixty foure pounds thirteene shillings two pence.

For the County of Bucks the Summe of Two thousand six hundred and thirty pounds twelve shillings ten pence.

For the County of Cambridge the Summe of Two thousand and forty pounds.

The Isle of Ely the Summe of Six hundred ninety nine pounds fifteene shillings ten pence.

The County of Chester One thousand foure hundred ninety five pounds fourteene shillings foure pence.

The City and County of the City of Chester the Summe of One hundred and six pounds sixteene shillings eight pence.

The County of Cornwall the Summe of Three thousand eighty one pounds sixteene shillings six pence.

The County of Cumberland the Summe of Three hundred thirty six pounds twelve shillings two pence.

The County of Derby the Summe of One thousand seven hundred twenty foure pounds sixteene shillings eight pence.

The County of Devon the Summe of Six thousand foure hundred fifty nine pounds eighteene shillings foure pence.

The City and County of the City of Exeter the Summe of two hundred thirty two pounds fourteene shillings eight pence.

The County of Dorset the Summe of two thousand six hundred eighty nine pounds and ten pence.

The Towne and County of Poole the Summe of Twenty one pounds nineteene shillings foure pence.

The County of Durham the Summe of Six hundred forty seven pounds thirteene shillings six pence.

The County of Yorke with the City and County of the City of Yorke and Towne and County of Kingston upon Hull the Summe of Six thousand nine hundred thirty eight pounds ten shillings foure pence.

The County of Essex the Summe of Six thousand one hundred ninety six pounds seventeene shillings and eight pence.

The County of Gloucester the Summe of Three thousand six hundred seventeene pounds and six pence.

The City and County of the City of Gloucester the Summe of Seventy eight pounds sixteene shillings.

The County of Hereford the Summe of Two thousand two hundred sixty three pounds six shillings and eight pence.

The County of Hertford the Summe of Two thousand six hundred ninety one pounds twelve shillings and six pence.

The County of Huntingdon the Summe of One thousand two hundred sixty seven pounds eight shillings and foure pence.

The County of Kent with the City and County of the City of Canterbury the Summe of Six thousand six hundred fifty three pounds seventeene shillings foure pence.

The County of Lancaster the Summe of two thousand and thirteene pounds seven shillings.

The County of Leicester the Summe of Two thousand one hundred sixty nine pounds eight shillings six pence.

The County of Lincolne with the City and County of the City of Lincolne the Summe of Five thousand one hundred fifty pounds foure shillings.

The City of London, with the Liberties of Saint Martins le Grand the Summe of Eight thousand five hundred eighty three pounds two shillings eight pence.

The County of Midlesex with the City and Liberty of Westminster the Summe of Six thousand eighty one pounds.

The County of Monmouth the Summe of Seven hundred and eighty pounds.

The County of Northampton the Summe of Two thousand eight hundred twenty seven pounds sixteene shillings foure pence.

The County of Nottingham with the Towne and County of the Towne of Nottingham the Summe of One thousand seven hundred forty six pounds sixteene shillings.

The County of Norfolke the Summe of Six thousand seven hundred forty one pounds foure shillings.

The City and County of the City of Norwich the Summe of Three hundred sixty pounds.

The County of Northumberland with the Towne of Newcastle and Berwicke upon Tweede the Summe of Seven hundred forty five pounds eleven shillings foure pence.

The County of Oxon the Summe of Two thousand two hundred seventy one pounds one shilling foure pence.

The County of Rutland the Summe of Foure hundred eighty pounds seventeene shillings and ten pence.

The County of Salop the Summe of Two thousand foure hundred and seven pounds eight shillings foure pence.

The County of Stafford the Summe of One thousand seven hundred and five pounds three shillings foure pence.

The City and County of the City of Litchfield the Summe of Twenty six pounds.

The County of Somerset the Summe of Five thousand five hundred forty three pounds one shillings foure pence.

The City and County of the City of Bristoll the Summe of Three hundred ninety eight pounds sixteene shillings eight pence.

The County of Southampton with the Towne and County of Southampton and the Isle of Wight the Summe of Foure thousand three hundred seventy eight pounds seventeene shillings foure pence.

The County of Suffolke the Summe of Six thousand five hundred ninety seven pounds one shilling foure pence.

The County of Surrey with the Burrough of Southwarke the Summe of Three thousand one hundred ninety foure pounds and foure pence.

The County of Sussex the Summe of three thousand six hundred forty two pounds fifteene shillings six pence.

The County of Warwicke with the City and County of the City of Coventry the Summe of Two thousand three hundred eighty foure pounds seventeene shillings six pence.

The County of Worcester the Summe of Two thousand one hundred seven pounds eighteene shillings.

The City and County of the City of Worcester One hundred and ten pounds nineteene shillings.

The County of Wilts the Summe of Three thousand nine hundred thirty three pounds fifteene shillings two pence.

The County of Westmorland the Summe of two hundred thirty two pounds.

The County of Anglesey the Summe of Two hundred fifty one pounds seven shillings foure pence.

The County of Brecknocke the Summe of Five hundred sixty five pounds eleven pence.

The County of Cardigan the Summe of Two hundred eleven pounds eleven shillings seven pence.

The County of Carmarthen the Summe of Five hundred forty foure pounds thirteene shillings foure pence.

The County of Carnarvan the Summe of Two hundred ninety three pounds foure shillings foure pence.

The County of Denbigh the Summe of Foure hundred forty seven pounds one shilling two pence.

The County of Flint the Summe of Two hundred thirty seven pounds fourteene shillings eight pence.

The County of Glamorgan The Summe of Seven hundred fifty seven pounds fifteene shillings eight pence.

The County of Merioneth the Summe of Two hundred and one pounds twelve shillings two pence.

The County of Montgomery the Summe of five hundred fifty three pounds foure shillings foure pence.

The County of Pembrooke the Summe of Six hundred fifty three pounds.

The County of Radnor the Summe of Three hundred forty eight pounds thirteene shillings foure pence.

The Towne of Haverford West the Summe of Thirty pounds six shillings ten pence.

II. Commissioners appointed.

And bee it further enacted by the Authoritie aforesaid That for the effectuall putting of this present Act in Execution all and every the Persons hereafter named shall be Commissioners of and for the severall and respective Counties Cities Burroughs Towns and Places hereafter mentioned.

For the County, of Bedford

The Honourable Edward Russell The Honourable Robert Russell The Honourable Robert Bruce The Honourable Charles Leigh Esquires Sir John Mordant Sir William Gostwick Sir John Napier Sir John Cotton Sir Anthony Chester Sir John Burgoyne Sir Rowland Alstone Sir Villier Charnock Sir John Osborne Baronets Sir William Becher Sir Francis Wingate Sir William Franklyn Knights Sir John Franklin Sir James Astrey Masters in Chancery William Duncombe Oliver Luke William Boteler Lewis Monoux Thomas Browne Benjamin Conquest Samuell Cater Thomas Hillersden John Osborne William Farrer the Queens Sollicitor William Foster Thomas Cheyne William Palmer Richard Stone Edward Stone John Vaux George Abbot John Cockaine William Spencer Richard Edwards Brooke Bridges George Edwards Thomas Bromsall Ralph Bromsall Walter Cary Robert Mountague Gains Squire Henry Astley junior Humphry Fish Charles Gery William Farrer junior Samuell Bedford Robert Audley William Daniell Esquires Sir John Thompson John Harvey of Thurley Thomas Christy Mathew Denis William Livesay William Alstone Thomas Halfepeny Samuell Rhodes John Wagstaffe William Simcotts Nicholas Granger William Whitebread George Bernardiston Richard Orlebar of Hinwick John Davies William Botelor of Wotton William Brandrefe Samuell Ironside Esquires Thomas Arnold of Ampthill William Crow George Nodes George Cobb Gent.

For the Town of Bedford

The Mayor for the time being Thomas Hillersdon Thomas Christie William Foster William Farrer Esquires John Beaumont John Hawes William Manley William Faldo John Crawley William Becket Ralph Smith Gent.

For the County of Berks

The Right Honourable Sir John Trevor Speaker of the Honourable House of Commons and First Lord Commissioner of the Great Seale The Right Honourable Henry Powle Esquire one of Their Majestyes most Honourable Privy Councill Henry Earle of Sterling of the Kingdome of Scotland Mountague Lord Norris Henry Lord Alexander the Honourable Bernard Greenville Esquire Sir Humphry Foster Sir John Stonehouse Sir Thomas Draper Sir William Rich Sir Henry Winchcombe Sir Thomas Clarges Sir Edmund Fettiplace Sir John Hobby Sir Anthony Craven Sir Henry Henn Sir Willoughby Aston Sir William Kendrick Sir Edward Read Baronets Sir Henry Fane Knight of the Bath Sir Charles Porter Sir Robert Pye. Sir Robert Sawyer Sir Algernoon [May (fn. 3) ] Sir Edward Norris Sir Christopher Wrenn Sir William Whitlock Sir Jonathan Raymond Sir Thomas Dolman Sir Jemmet Raymond Sir George Willoughby Sir Thomas Travaile Knights William Stonehouse John Blandy Henry Barker Henry Nevill John Archer Richard Nevill Richard Aldworth William Cherry Edmond Fettyplace Tanfield Vachell Edmond Pie Henry Kingsmill James Stonehouse Charles Garrard John Blagrave Loftes Brightwell Paul Calton Henry Fairfax James Paul Charles Fettiplace Thomas Pettit Paul Calton junior John Hippesley Benjamin Rudyerd John Standing Richard Pie Thomas Fettiplace James Perrot Edmond Wiseman Henry Heyling Roger Draper Symon Harcourt William Jenings John Whitfield James Hayes Edward Sherwood Richard Southby John Southby Thomas Southby Thomas Lee Francis White John Wightwicke Thomas Dolman Thomas Seymour Thomas Tipping Roger Knight John Topham Richard Jennens Christopher Willoughby William Adderley John Wallis John Holloway Robert Mayott Angell of Binfield William Thompson John Verney John Wildman senior John Wildman junior Richard Brickendon Arthur Ounslow Thomas Garrard Thomas Harwood Henry Battin Thomas Hoard Nathan Knight Bartholomew Tipping John Fincher Phillip Weston John Edmonds Robert Leigh George Blagrave John Deane Bolton James John Peacock John Jennens of Stanford John Dew John Dalby Richard Knapp John Loder Thomas Loder John Pottenger of Sudbury Sebastion Lyford Edward Read Edward Lovedon Thomas Read Richard Palmer Francis Parry Richard Stephens John Pottinger of Inkpen John Collins David Bigg Scory Barker Charlton Whitelock Esquires Moses Bruch Doctor in Physicke Joseph Cowslade Ralph Howland Esquires Robert Jenings John Bigg Moses Slade Richard Skinner Richard Payne Charles Harrison John Smith Anthony Leaver Nicholas Humphrys Charles Calverley Thomas Stephens Edward Brackston George Lamport Robert Selwood Richard Pusey John Oliver Robert Blackaller James Corderoy Richard Paine Grove of Grove Thomas Barker Richard Fishborne Henry Peacock Peter Sawyer Robert Mason Thomas Harrison Thomas Edmonds Richard Cooper Thomas Cowslade Silas Sebroe Giles Pocock Charles Peacock John Pocock of Streatly Richard Matthews Richard Lyford Edward Pocock John Wilder Silas Scarborough Fishburne John Head of Langley John Head of Hodcott Gentlemen John Plummer Esquire The Mayor of Reading The Mayor of Windsor The Mayor of Abingdon The Mayor of Wallingford The Mayor of Newberry The Alderman of Ockingham.

For the Burrough of New Windsor

James Bridgeman James Perry John Smith John Chalk William Peasly Steward Nicholas Courtney John Topham Francis Negus William Smith Simon Smith Esquires George Lush Gentleman.

For the County of Bucks

Anthony Lord Viscount Falkland of the Kingdome of Scotland The Right Honourable Thomas Wharton Esquire Comptroller of Their Majestyes Household one of His Majestyes most Honourable Privy Councill The Right Honourable Richard Hampden Esquire Chauncellor and Under Treasurer of Their Majestyes Exchequer and one of Their Majestyes most Honourable Privy Councill Charles Lord Cheyne of the Kingdome of Scotland Henry Bertie Esquire Sir Richard Temple Knight of the Bath and Baronet Sir Thomas Tyrrell Sir Walter Clarges Sir Anthony Chester Sir Thomas Proby Sir William Bowyer Sir Ralph Verney Sir Henry Andrewes Sir Thomas Lee Sir William Dormer Sir Dennis Hampson Sir Peter Tyrrell Sir Richard Atkins Baronets Sir Robert Gayre Knight of the Bath Sir Robert Clayton Sir Thomas Clarges Sir William Whitelocke Sir Roger Hill Sir Peter Apsley Knights Sir John Thompson Baronet Sir Marmaduke Dayrell Sir James Ethridge Knights William Jepson Thomas Lee John Hampden Edmond Waller Richard Beake William Penn Sir Orlando Gee Sir William Pritchard William Mountague Sergeant at Law William Cheyne Thomas Hacket John Duncombe of Great Brickhill Alexander Denton Thomas Pigott John Parkhurst Thomas Lewis senior Thomas Lewis junior Robert Lovett Thomas Berringer John Backwell Edward Humfrevile Thomas Ferrar senior Thomas Ferrar junior Knightley Purefoy Roger Price John Whittewrong Richard Greenville Budd Wase Basill Brent Charles Stafford Richard Ingoldsby Thomas Egleton Robert Dormer Edmond Waller of Gregories Esquires Sir Joseph Alston Benjamin Lane Nicholas Salter William Fleetwood Robert Stiles William Busby Richard Nichols Edmond Dorrell Thomas Carter Henry Neale John Grubb John Machell John Shalcrosse William Farrar Simon Mayne Robert Dormer of Lee Henry Herbert James Herbert George Evelin John Haines Henry Somner senior Henry Somner junior Ralph Lawton Charles [Tyrrill (fn. 4) ] Edward Bates Thomas Bard Thomas Ligo of Stoke Mandeville Richard Mead Robert Hart James Tyrrell William Crooke James Chase Richard Dorrell Stephen Chase junior John Thurbarne Sergeant at Law Henry Cave senior Henry Cave junior Esquires William Hill senior William Hill junior Richard Smith Thomas Smith of Beckonsfield Whitchurch Henry Harris Robert Gainsford Hugh Horton William Clever Thomas Gibson Timothy Doyley Henry Gold Thomas Ligo of Burkett John Sparks Richard Barnaby senior George Alnott John Theed John Seare Gentlemen John Tanner Doctor of Physick Thomas Hudson Henry Cooley Gent.

For the Towne of Buckingham

The Bailiffe for the time being Sir Richard Temple Knight of the Bath and Baronet Sir Ralph Verney Baronet Alexander Denton Henry Andrewes Edmond Dorrell Esquires Hugh Ethersey George Danser William Hartley Pelham Sandwell Gentlemen William Busby Esq[uire] John Rogers Gent. Edward Bates Esq[uire].

For the Towne of Chipping Wicombe

The Mayor Recorder Aldermen Bayliffes and Towne Clerke for the time being William Jephson and Thomas Lewis Esquires.

For the County of Cambridge

The Right Honourable Richard Lord Gorges of the Kingdome of Ireland the Right Honourable Edward Russell Esquire one of His Majestyes most Honourable Privy Councill Sir Thomas Chichley Knight Sir Christopher Hatton Sir John Cotton Sir Thomas Willis Sir Levinus Bennett Sir Henry Pickering Sir Rushout Cullen Sir John Cutler Baronets Sir Robert Cotton Sir Marmaduke Dayrell Knights John Willis John Bennett John Cutts Granado Pigott Phillip Cotton Devereux Martyn William Russell Edward Nightingale Edward Pickering Samuell Clarke John Milliscent William Fortrey Thomas Duckat Thomas Bucke John Hagar William Layer senior Thomas Story Edward Leeds Thomas Archer Gilbert Wigmore Humphry Gardiner Anthony Thompson William Layer junior Charles Baron Esquires William Cooke Doctor of Civill Law Thomas Day Tirrell Dalton Sclater Lownes Esquires Robert Flack Gent.

For the University and Towne of Cambridge

The Vice Chancellor The Mayor for the time being the Honourable John Montague Doctor of Divinity Sir Thomas Chichley Knight Sir John Cotton Baronet Sir Robert Sawyer Knight The Honourable Edward Finch Granado Piggot Esquires George Chamberlaine Joseph Beaumont Humphrey Gower Thomas Smolt John Balderson John Covet Thomas Bainbridge Doctors of Divinity Rodericke George Oxenden William Cooke [Doctors of Civill Law Samuell Newton (fn. 4) ] Thomas Story John Ewen Thomas Fowles Isaac Watlington John Pepis Thomas Fox John Page Aldermen William Baron Robert Drake Gentlemen James Johnson Isaac Newton Samuell Perne Esquires

For the Isle of Ely

Richard Lord Gorges of the Kingdome of Ireland Doctor Spencer Deane of Ely Sir Sewster Payton Baronet Sir Lyonell Walden Knight William Cooke William Balaam Henry Hitch Doctors of Civill Law William Colville Thomas Edwards Roger Jennings senior Robert Swayne Thomas Wiseman Everade Buckworth Lawrence Hewer alias Oxborough William March John Pamplin William Fortery Thomas Steward Malborne Carill John Twelves Ralph Peirson Thomas Towers Henry Goodricke Sigismond Trafford Richard Read Harrison Esquires Robert Drake Michaell Beale Gentlemen Roger Jennings junior Esquire Thomas Benion Richard Russell Richard Peachy Gent. Samuell Barnardiston Esq[uire].

For the County of Chester

The Right Honourable Sir John Trevor Speaker of the Honourable House of Commons and First Lord Commissioner of the Great Seale of England Richard Lord Viscount Colchester Sonne and Heire Apparent of Thomas Earle Rivers Charles Lord Brandon Sonne and Heire Apparent of Charles Earle of Maclesfield Mountague Lord Norris Sonne and Heire Apparent of James Earle of Abingdon George Lord Delamer Sonne and Heire Apparent of Henry Earl of Warrington The Honourable George Cholmley Esquire Sir Thomas Wilbraham Sir Thomas Delves Sir Thomas Grosvenour Sir Willoughby Aston Sir Thomas Stanley Sir Peter Warburton Sir John Manwaring Sir Thomas Bellet Sir Richard Brooks Sir Robert Duckenfield Sir John Worden Baronets Sir Robert Cotton Knight and Baronet Sir Jeffery Shakerley Sir John Arderne Sir Roger Puliston Sir John Crew Sir William Clegg Sir Richard Reynolds Sir Josua Allen Knights Thomas Delves Thomas Cotton Nathaniell Booth Thomas Leigh of Adlington Peter Leigh of Lyme Thomas Leigh of Dernhall William Lawton Roger Whitley John Warren William Davenport Peter Leigh of Booths Thomas Daniell Richard Leigh Peter Brookes George Booth Peter Shakerley John Bruen Edward Minshall Roger Manwaring Roger Wilbraham Samuell Davenport George Vernon Richard Lister John Davenport Thomas Masterson Charles Hurleston John Lawton Thomas Whitley Thomas Swettenham Edmond Jodderell Austin Leigh Thomas Aldersey Robert Lee William Minshull Reginald Bretland Richard Wright John Goldsmith Gent Recorder of Congleton Samuell Hardaware Joseph Hockenhall John Venables William Domvile John Pickering Lawrence Wright William Whitmore Thomas Glasier John Baskervile George Lucy Henry Bradshaw William Jackson Doctor of Physicke Thomas Hollinshed George Dod Charles Manwaring William Glegg of Grange John Hardaware and John Traverse Esquires John Egerton of Broxton John Daniell of Darisbury John Davies of Manley John Massy of Coddington Spencer of Huntington Edward Wright of Stretton Thomas Dodd of Edge Dodd of Broxton Dodd of Hampton Robert Cholmondeley of Holford George Croxton Richard Leveing Lownds of Overton William Oldfield of Bradwell John Booth of Twamlow Ralph Walley of Stanthorn Eampson Esquires John Holford of Midlewitch John Parker of the same Sabbath Church John Tench Gentlemen Thomas Wright Esq[uire] Mayor of Macclesfeild Leigh of Ridgley Esquire Recorder Henry Barber Samuell Mottershed William Row Peter Wright Gentlemen.

For the City and County of the City of Chester

Nathaniell Williamson Esq[uire] Mayor Sir William Williams Knight and Baronet Recorder Sir Thomas Grosvenour Baronet Roger Whiteley Esquire Richard Levinge Esq[uire] Griffith Williams Esq[uire] Deputy Recorder William Streete Thomas Wilcock Richard Wright Henry Lloyd William Ince John Anderson George Manwaring Peter Edwards William Wilson Hugh Starkey Francis Skellerne Aldermen John Warrington Robert Deintieth Sheriffes William Allen Henry Bennett William Bennett Peter Bennet Alderman Captaine John Sparke Lieutenant John Hulton Benjamin Cratchley Thomas Hand Thomas Wright William Starkey Robert Hewett John Johnson Richard Oulton Mathew Anderton Edward Starkey Jonathan Whitby John Colbourne Robert Morrey Edward Partington Randle Bathoe Joseph Madocks Samuell Heath.

For the County of Cornwall

The Right Honourable Hugh Boscawen Esquire one of His Majestyes most Honourable Privy Councill Bernard Greenvile Esq[uire] Francis [Roberts (fn. 5) ] Esq[uire] Sir Bourchier Wray Sir John Carew Sir Violl Vivian Sir William Godolphin Sir William Corriton Sir Peter Killegrew Sir Nicholas Slannen Sir John St Aubin Sir John Molesworth Sir Peter Colleton Baronets Sir Joseph Tredenham Sir Walter Moile Sir John Cotton Sir John Tremayne Knights Charles Trevanian Charles Trelawney Henry Trelawney Samuell Roll John Speccot Daniell Ellyott Jonathan Rashleigh John Buller John Tanner John Prideaux Walter Kendall Joseph Sawle Thomas Darrell Nicholas Glyn John Vivian junior Edward Herle John Connack Samuell Traverse Humphrey Nicholl Arthur Fortescue Hugh Fortescue Humphrey Courtney Edward Ellyott William Mohun John Kendall John Gregor James Kendall John Trefry John Tredenham James Erisey Francis Calmady Ambrose Manaton John Buller junior James Prade William Painter John Bligh Charles Grills Richard Hoblin of Anteron George Robinson William Bond John Clobery Francis Painter John Polewheell Nicholas Morris Emanuell Piper Alexander Pendarves John Waddon William Arscott William Harris Thomas Achim Samuel Enys John Vowell Anthony Chenowith Nathaniell Moyle Christopher Bellott Alexander Carew Samuell Langford Edward Lower Phillip Mayow John Barrett of Killegreen Thomas Penhallow Richard Williams John Murth James Bond Francis Wills Joseph Moyle Jonathan Trelawney George Spry Hugh Jones Henry Vincent Hugh Tonkin Henry Manaton Francis Manaton Shadrick Vincent Walter Vincent Thomas Kelley John Courtney John Hicks of Trevithick Hugh Trevanion William Simonds William Bligh Anthony Rouse James Kestle of Kestle Narcissus Lutterell John Ennis Edmond Phillips Charles Trevanian John Hoblin John Nichold of Trewarn Peter Trevissa Thomas Hawkey Henry Gregor Richard Pendarves Richard Bonithon Charles Bonithon William Arundell of Menedarva Christopher Barnes Sampson Hill John Barret of Penquite William Williams of Treworge John Williams of Trethowa John Williams of Carvean William Hooper Thomas Dodson John Clarke Edmond Spore Richard Moyle Esquires Charles Kendall Reginald Bawden Jacob Robins Stephen Robins Thomas Waddon John Foote William Martin William Braddon Reginald Hawkey John Hestell Nicholas Kemp William Hancock Nicholas Archer Thomas Herle John Robins John Cole William Keckwich John Pennock Thomas Johnson John Kegwin Charles Huddy Joseph Marke Thomas Glyn William Cock of Helston William Tregea Gentlemen Charles Trevanian of Tregarthan Richard Harris William Yeo William Ameie Richard Erisey Esquires Christopher Tucker John Foote John Borlase of Pendeen Esquire Thomas Hoblin of St Columbe Richard Smith of Moorewinstow Gent. William [Stawen (fn. 6) ] Esq[uire] Richard Remfry John Haweis Henry Remfry Phillip Hawkins Gentlemen Dennis Glyn Samuell Gilbert William Penrose Edward Knebone.

For the County of Cumberland

Charles Lord Morpeth Sonne and Heire Apparent of Edward Earle of Carlisle The Right Honourable Sir John Lowther Baronet one of His Majestyes most Honourable Privy Councill Sir Christopher Musgrave Sir John Dalston Sir George Fletcher Sir John Lowther of Whitehaven Sir William Pennington Sir Wilfred Lawson Sir Richard Musgrave Baronets Sir John Ballentine Sir Daniell Fleming Knights Henry Fletcher Wilfrid Lawson Joseph Hudleston Robert Carlton Thomas Lamplugh Richard Lamplugh Thomas Denton Anthony Hutton Richard Patrickson Christopher Richmond Edward Hasell Miles Pennington Edward Stanley William Christian William Gilpin Ewen Christian Darcy Curwen Leonard Dykes Charles Orpheur John Senhouse Andrew Hudleston Henry Browham Jeremiah Bubb Christopher Musgrave Henry Fletcher of Tallentire John Punsonby Andrew Whelpdale Richard Lamplugh junior Thomas Beach John Winder junior Esquires John Briscoe John Foster John Parke junior Richard Senhouse Thomas Addison James Maxwell Thomas Tickell Charles Smalwood Gent. The Mayor of Carlisle for the time being.

For the County of Derby

The Honourable Anchitel Grey Esquire Sir Thomas Greasley Sir Edward Cooke Sir Henry Every Sir Nathaniell Curzon Sir Phillip Gell Sir Paul Jenkinson Baronets Sir Simon Degg Sir Gilbert Clarke Sir Edward Abney Knights Willoughby Gray William Sacheverell Henry Gilbert Francis Munday John Low of Denbigh Mathew Smith Gilbert Munday Henry Keys Paul Jodrell John Osborne Esquires William Horne William Right Edmond Winter William Flamsted Henry Lowe Henry Cope William Hunter John Richardson Samuell Richardson Gent. The Mayor of Derby for the time being John Brookhouse Thomas Goodwin Samuell Spateman Edward Walker Solomon Roberts Aldermen Biron Stanhope Samuell Bolton John Adderley Esquires George Beardsley Joseph Parker John Bagnold Samuell Goodwin John Gisborne John Oldershaw Gent. John Stanhope Henry Heveningham Walter Horton Walter Burdett Robert Wilmott Robert Harding John Every George Greasley Henry Harpur Henry Kendall Gilbert Thacker William Allestrey John Allen Samuell Holding John Wilkins Esquires John Harpur of Litle Over Richard Sales Gent. George Vernon Henry Every Henry Cavendish Robert Coke Godfrey Menell Alexander Stanhope Samuell Pole Thomas Browne Richard Bates Nicholas Wilmott John Burrowes Esquires Robert Doxy Richard Stubbings Samuell Bradshaw Gentlemen Rowland Oakeover John Berisford Richard Leving Nicholas Hurt Thomas Milward Robert Milward Esquires John Trott John Stuttin Robert Dale Henry Buxton William James John Hayne Christopher Ley Sampson Baker William Wingfield John Slacke William Allsopp Francis Sleigh Joseph Woodhouse Doctor Botham Gentlemen John Shalcrosse William Eyre Thomas Right Henry Bolgay Henry Gilbert junior John Bullock Esquires John Right John Berisford Thomas Bagshaw Thomas Statham Benjamin Ashton John Stafford John Calvert James Nailer Gentlemen Samuell Pierpoint Edward Finney John Revell George Sitwell Cornelius Clarke John Wigfall Robert Revell Thomas Gladwin Thomas Eyre Robert Moore Robert Ashton Thomas Woolhouse Samuell Halloe Thomas Cotchet John Spateman Esquires The Mayor of Chesterfield for the time being Richard Youle Richard [Coke (fn. 7) ] Peter Dowker Francis Halsworth Aldermen Andrew Clayton John Frogat John Stevinson Thomas Burley John Smithson George Milward John Wingfield Richard Hall Arthur Dakein John Dand Paul Webster Gervase Brough Gentlemen.

For the County of Devon

The Honourable Edward Russell Esq[uire] the Honourable Robert Russell Esq[uire] the Honourable John Greenvile Esq[uire] Sir George Hutchins one of the Lords Commissioners of the Great Seale Sir Edward Seymour Sir Peter Prideaux Sir Francis Drake Sir Ames Pollard Sir Bourchier Wray Sir Courtney Poole Sir Copplestone Bampfield Sir Francis Northcote Sir William Courtenay Sir John Davie Sir Hugh Ackland Sir William Drake Sir John Fowell Sir Henry Carew Sir Richard Reynell Sir Walter Young Sir Nicholas Slanning Sir Arthur Chichester Sir Peter Colleton Sir Thomas Leere Baronets Sir John Rolle Sir Simon Leach Sir Henry Fane Knights of the Bath Sir George Treby Attourney Generall Sir Thomas Berry Sir Joseph Herne Sir John Tremaine Sergeant at Law Knights Francis Courtenay Samuell Rolle Henry Portman George Chudleigh Nicholas Morice Richard Duke senior Thomas Reynell Hugh Bampfield John Clobery Richard Coffin William Spurway of Okeford Humphrey Prideaux of Solden Arthur Fortescue of Buckland Fillygh Dennis Rolle of Beame Nicholas Dennis John Cholwich Henry Manaton Gideon Haydon Henry Luscomb Hugh Vaughan Hugh Fortescue Richard Hillersdon Richard Carew of Barly Richard Carew of Anthony John Moore Richard Osborne Charles Kelland William Hockmore Edmond Reynell of Malston Æneas Newton John Northcote of Westwood Bamfield Rodd James Rodd John Rowe Richard Courtenay John Coppleston John Blewet Richard Beavis John Burrington John Fry of Yarty Henry Walcombe Thomas Wood Roger Wollacombe Christopher Savery Rowland Whiddon Courtenay Crocker Arscott Bickford Henry Chichester of Coxleigh John Garland Henry Chichester of Hall Martin Rider Charles Hore Richard Langdon of Totnesse John Elwell Richard Lee of Winslade William Coaleman Samuell Foote Sebastian Isaac Henry Walrond John Chichester of Widworthy Jonathan Prideaux William Hayne John Battishill John Sandford Jonathan Elford William Fowell William Bragg Sampson Hele Edmond Parker Thomas Drew William Cary of Clovelly Arthur Champernoon Francis Bassett John Gifford John Arscott of Tedcott Henry Northleigh Edward Yard of Churston Edmond Walrond Arthur Tremaine William Harris of Hayne Richard Shapleigh Francis Fulford Edward Fortescue of Pridleston William Stawell John Quick Hugh Stafford Henry Trelawney John Pole Edmond Prideaux of Ford John Pollexfen George Prestwood John Kellond George Parker Ambrose Manaton Peter Fortescue Nicholas Martin Thomas Bere Josias Calmady Richard Nutcombe John Pratt Barister at Law James Hewish of Sand Edmond Walrond junior Edmond Tremaine Nicholas Rowe James Fortescue James Courtenay William Drake of Netherton Elise Crimes John Fownes John Martin Edmond Pollexfen Peter Beavis John Rose Elize Bartlett senior Thomas Southcote of Hedge-End George Southcote Henry Fry Edward Lovett William Drake of Yarbery John Fortescue George Yeo Robert Hache Christopher Mayne Lewis Incleton John Speccott John Tanner Arthur Champneys Ambrose Roope Christopher Bale Walter Bogan Peter Atkins Anthony Salter John Cruwis Francis Sheppeard Nicholas Lutterell of Hartland John Davie William Savery of [Sclade (fn. 8) ] Moses Gould Richard Duke junior Gilbert Yard William Davie Barrister at Law Samuell Tanner Edmond Starre Benjamin Oliver Southcott Lutterell Thomas Ford Esquires John Bidgood Edmund Davie Edward Ford Richard Burthogge Isaacke Batchlor of Physicke Doctors of Physicke Jasper Ratcliffe Thomas Southcote of Offwell John Mercer John Upcott John Southele John Velly of Hartland Henry Stephens William Langford of Braddon John Harris of Wortham John Simmonds John Northmore Thomas Sampson Thomas Docton of Docton John Cooke Matthias Jenkins John Hanbury John Contee Robert Rouse Richard Parminster John Hache Gentlemen the Mayor of Plymouth for the time being the Mayor of Barnstaple for the time being the Mayor of Bidiford for the time being the Mayor of Totnes for the time being the Mayor of Tiverton for the time being the Mayor of Torrington for the time being the Mayor of Dartmouth for the time being the Mayor of Plimpton for the time being the Mayor of Okehampton for the time being.

For the City of Exeter

The Mayor Aldermen Sheriffe and Common Councill for the time being Sir Edward Seymour Baronet Sir Peter Colleton Baronet Sir George Treby Knight Sir John Tremaine Knight John Bidgood Edmond Davy Thomas Waterhouse and John Osmond Doctors of Physicke James Walker ( (fn. 9) ) Thomas Gibbond Barrister at Law John Banks John Elwill Christopher Mayne Jasper Ratcliffe Nicholas Brooking Thomas Brooking William Adams Thomas Baron Thomas Potter William Sealy Edmond Starr Richard White Abraham Trout Thomas Gould Robert Rouse John Pratt Councellor at Law William Wescombe Jerome King Daniell Ivy Edward Dally Henry Newcombe.

For the County of Dorsett

Sir John Morton Sir Nathaniell Nappier [Sir Robert Nappier (fn. 10) ] Baronets Sir John Nicholas Knight of the Bath Sir George Strode Sir Henry Butler Sir Mathew Andrewes Knights Thomas Freke Thomas Strangwaies Edward Miller Samuell Rolle Richard Fownes John Banks Robert Freke senior William Okeden junior Thomas Erle Robert Coker senior Robert Coker junior Edward Nicholas William Whitacre John Still Thomas Greene John Poole Sebastian Isaack Thomas Chafin Robert Culliford Thomas Freeke junior Thomas Pile Henry Portman Edward Semour William Strode Robert Williams Thomas Hardy John Williams Michaell Hervey Francis Mohun Henry Seymour Thomas Chafe Hugh Hodges Sergeant at Law John Eastmont John Fisher Edward Saintloe George Parry Henry Constantine Anthony Ettericke Robert Browne Thomas Trenchard Richard Brodrip Nathaniell Bond His Majestyes Serjeant at Law Henry Henning Henry Trenchard George Strangways John Hurding William Ettrick William Floyer William Bennet the younger of Hartgrove John Lawrence of Grange William Bowles senior Simon Whetcombe John Ironside John Bowles John Hardy Thomas Turbervile Bullen Reymes Robert Oxenbrig Seamour Bowman Robert Browne Nathaniell Napier William Churchill Richard Swaine Robert Erle George Dawbeny John Mitchell Thomas Skinner Charles Bruine William Sidenham Richard Bingham William Weston Robert Hussey of Stower Paine William Fillioll James Gould Nicholas Gould John Burridge Anthony Floyer Nicholas Hardy William Bennett Richard Rose Richard Burge Robert Pope Andrew Tucker William Wake Robert Stephens William Romaine Nicholas Browne Andrew Loder junior George Lester William Lawrence William Hull Thomas Blandford John Lawrence of White Church George Barber Thomas Bower Arthur Fowkes John Flint Thomas Cockram William Collin of Linch John Pike John Abington Lewis Cockram Roger Mompesson Robert Burredge John Edwards Merchants John Strode of Chauntry Solomon Andrews John Fitts Thomas Chatle John Moore Thomas Gundry Daniell Dugdale Robert Swayne of Corfe Richard Swaine Robert Butler Thomas Hawles Richard Newman John Richards Henry Henly Thomas Williams the Mayors of Dorchester Shaftsbury Weymouth and Melcombe Corfe Waream Lyme Regis the Bailiffes of Blandford and Bridport for the time being.

For the Town and County of Poole

The Mayor for the time being William White Esq[uire] Recorder Moses Darrell senior the Sheriffe for the time being George Lewin Captaine Robert Bennet John Carter Shadrack Beale senior Moses Durrell junior William Bowles William Phillips Thomas Smith Thomas Hyde John Pike William Streete William Minty John Gigger John Jabber.

For the County Palatine of Durham

The Honourable Charles Mountague Esq[uire] Sir Christopher Musgrave Knight and Baronet Sir Ralph Cole Sir James Clavering Sir Robert Eden Baronets Sir Ralph Carr Sir William Bowes Knights Christopher Vane John Tempest William Lambton Robert Bierley Will: Tempest George Morland Henry Lyddell Nicholas Cole Lyonell Vane Francis Bowes Cuthbert Carr William Foster Mark Shafto Robert Jennison John Davison Thomas Lyddell James Clavering John Clavering Robert Elleson John Sedgwick William Blacket Charles Wren Edward Tong Francis Bowes Phillip Bickerstaffe Rowland Place Esquires Thomas Foster of Cornhill Ralph Hedworth Ralph Bales Frevill Lambton Francis Carr James [Micklton (fn. 11) ] Richard Midleton Anthony Salvin John Midleton John Elstobb John Hall John Hutchinson Esquires William Greevson William Garth William Johnson Edward Shepardson John Carr John Spearman Captaine Thomas Brasse George Crosier William Wilson William Ettricke Ralph Holmes Abraham Hilton Thomas Watson Thomas Blacket Robert Dixon Gent. The Mayor of Durham for the time being the Mayor of Stockton for the time being Arthur Prescott James Cooke Peter Marley William Hutchinson Bernard Doutwaite William Selly of Beale John Wilky Thomas Gray of Morton Thomas Ord of Felkinton Gilbert Ord of Holy Island Bryan Gray of Kiley Ralph Watson Patrick Crow Gent..

For the West Rideing of the County of Yorke.

Charles Marquesse of Winchester Sonne and Heire Apparent to the Duke of Bolton William Lord Eland Sonne to the Marquesse of Hallifax William Lord Pawlett second Sonne to the Duke of Bolton Arthur Lord Viscount Irwin of the Kingdome of Scotland George Lord Viscount Castleton of the Kingdome of Ireland John Lord Viscount Downe of the Kingdome of Ireland Thomas Lord Fairfax of the Kingdome of Scotland Sydney Wortley Mountague Esq[uire] Henry Dawney Esq[uire] Henry Fairfax Esq[uire] the Right Honourable Sir Henry Goodricke one of His Majestyes most Honourable Privy Councill Sir Thomas Armitage Sir John Kaye Sir William Reresby Sir John Ingleby Sir John Bland Sir Henry Marwood Sir William Franckland Sir George Cooke Sir Godfrey Copley Sir Edward Blacket Sir John Tempest Sir John Cutler Sir Henry Slingsby Sir Lyon Pilkington Baronets Sir Edmond Jennings Sir Ralph Knight Sir John Hewley Sir Jonathan Jennings Sir Michaell Wentworth Sir Patience Ward Sir Stephen Thompson Sir Thomas Hodgson Sir William Lowther Sir John Coghill Knights Henry Lyddell Thomas Franckland Christopher Tanckred William Palmes Robert Bierley Francis Nevill Richard Beaumont of Whitley John Goodrick Walter Calverley Cerill Arthington Welbury Norton Thomas Fawkes William Stockdale Charles Osborne Christopher Lister John Knight Denzill Onslow Arthur Ingram William Wombwell Francis Foulgham John Ramsden of Hatfield Thomas Yorke John Bradshaw Thomas Yarbrough Thomas Vincent William Ellis William Vavasour Henry Thompson Henry Stapleton Inglebert Leeds Anthony Fletcher John Lister of Bawtry Ralph Lowther Henry Hitch Bryon Sunderland Ambrose Pudsey Thomas Lister of Westby Thomas Horton John Eastoft Godfrey Bosvile John Ashton Francis Jessop Metcalfe Robinson John Lambert Henry Edmunds Richard Redmund Thomas Fountagn Jasper Blithman Christopher Wilkinson John Ferrar William Rhodes Thomas Parker Francis White Thomas Dodson John Gill Henry Cooke Miles Staveley John Stanhope of Horseforth Jonathan Jennings William Roundhill Robert Mitford Christopher Adams Roger Portington William Fairfax John Garland William Jennings Mathew Boynton Robert Baines Gervase Nevill John Hatfield of Laughton Cuthbert Wade Richard Staines Christopher Driffield Bennet Sherrard Thomas Hesletine John [Rockes (fn. 12) ] Rowland Norton William Johnston Thomas Kirke Robert Ferrand Tobias Harvey Thomas Lea John Warner Henry Bouch John Atkinson George Towlson Richard Shutleworth William Ingram Andrew Wilkinson John Auby Henry Currer Robert Frank Thomas Wakefield William Bethell Thomas Beech Esquires Richard Hutton Thomas Edmonds senior Thomas Edmonds junior John Batty Gent. Simon Sterne Esq[uire] Thomas Rokeby Robert Parker William Norton Armstrong Gregory John Copley Richard Hewit James Greenwood Godfrey Copley Bartin Allott John Savill of Cridlin Benjamin Watts Richard Nettleton Edward Thompson Lawrence Warton Michaell Warton of Bawtry Gentlemen Francis Wheatley Phisician John Spencer of Canan Hall Henry Wood Richard Cholmley of Breame Andrew Holden John Preston Stephen Wilks Thomas Craven Coates of Kilwick Francis Elwicke Thomas Warder of Northcoate Thomas Carleton Cuthbert Chambers Gregory Fish Josias Midgley Robert Inman Robert Squire Southern Thomas Thompson Benjamin Mawds Gerase Hill Gentlemen The Mayor and Aldermen of Pontefract the Mayor and Aldermen of Doncaster the Mayor and Aldermen of Rippon the Mayor and Aldermen of Leeds.

For the North Rideing of the County of Yorke

Charles Lord Marquesse of Winton Eldest Sonne to the Duke of Bolton John Lord Viscount Downe of the Kingdome of Ireland Thomas Lord Fairfax of the Kingdome of Scotland Arthur Lord Viscount Irwin of the Kingdome of Scotland Phillip Darcey Esq[uire] Sir Marmaduke Wivell Sir William Leveson Gower Sir William Strickland Sir John Bowles Sir David [Fowles (fn. 13) ] Sir John Kaye Sir John Hotham Sir Watkinson Payler Sir Bryan Stapilton Sir William Frankland Sir John Lowther Sir Henry Marwood Sir William Caley Sir Christopher Wandesford Sir Thomas Pennyman Sir Edward Blacket Sir John Brooke Sir William Chater Sir Marke Milbank Sir William Robinson Sir Gilbert Gerrard Baronets Sir William Hustler Sir Babington Bourchier Sir John Hewley Sir Henry Bellasis Sir William Ascough Sir William Bowes Sir Samuell Gerrard Knights Thomas Frankland George Marwood William Palmes Thomas Yorke William Thompson Henry Metcalfe George Smithson Francis Wivell Robert Water Roger Crofft John Wastall John Hutton Roger Talbutt Cornelius Caley Abstrupus Danby John Howe Thomas Croft Edward Hutchinson William Tankred Francis Thompson Bernard Greenvill John Trotter Leonard Smelt Charles Duncomb Christopher Darcy John Dodsworth Thomas Harrison Anthony Lowther Timothy Maleverer Thomas Worsley William Metcalfe John Gibson Thomas Lassells Richard Staynes Daniell Lassells Thomas Wakefield William Chaulenor Francis Hall Theodore Bathurst Edward Thompson Richard Peirs John Peirs William Osbaldeston John Hill junior Thomas Gower John Hopton James Mountaigne Luke Robinson Thomas Pullen Thomas Metcalfe John Beverley John Beilby George Norton Rowland Norton Thomas Cradock Thomas Wivill Humphrey Wharton Constable Bradshaw Thomas Binloes of Hargrave William Dawson Mathew Anglaby Richard Darley Thomas Hesletine Towers Driffield Thomas Langley Esquires Christopher Pearcy Hay of Whalton Gentleman Roger Covill Esq[uire] Doctor Smith of Easby Doctor Henry Squire Leonard Hartley Benjamin Percusse Edward Place William Davill Phillip Prince James Conyers William Kitchinman Robert Bell George Norton Stephen Driffield Robert Bushell Timothy Ford Ralph Porter John Robinson Guy Butler William Farside junior Paul Batty John Cockerill senior Robert Burton William Stoope Roger Lee Gentlemen Thomas Lassells of Soreby Esq[uire] Thomas Pierson Timothy Portington Stephen Thompson Thomas Holmes Mathew Smales John Robinson of Easby Thomas Guise Robert Crosfield The Mayor and Aldermen of Richmond the Bailiffes of Scarborough for the time being.

For the East Rideing of the County of Yorke.

Arthur Lord Viscount Irwin of the Kingdome of Scotland Thomas Lord Fairfax of the Kingdome of Scotland Charles Boyle Esq[uire] George Dawney Esq[uire] Sir Francis Boynton Sir John Hotham Sir William Strickland Sir Henry St. Quinton Sir Watkinson Payler Sir Thomas Rudston Sir John Legard Sir John Kaye Baronets Sir Michaell Warton Sir Ralph Warton Sir William Cobb Sir Mathew Peirson Sir [James Bradshaw Sir Jonathan Atkins Sir (fn. 14) ] Richard Osbaldeston Sir John Hewley Sir John Napier Knights Griffith Boynton William Osbaldeston William Grimston Ingleby Daniell Henry Thompson William Gee Henry Guy William Thompson Francis Thompson Mathew Appleyard Charles Osborne John Ramsden James Heblethwaite Ralph Warton Charles Warton Edward Bernard Hugh Bethell Walter Strickland Robert Mountayne Thomas Langley William Bethell John Stapylton Thomas Hesket Robert Pricket John Lister John Eastoft William Dawson Richard Remington Richard Gee Richard Thompson senior Robert Bucke Mathew Alured Thomas Alured Edward Hutchinson Tobias Jenkins senior Tobias Jenkins junior Humphrey Robinson Walter Compton Robert Constable William St Quinton Christopher Lister John Tayler Thomas Southaby Edward Thompson James Moyser John Moyser William Moore Robert Hollis William Headlam Richard Darley Henry Portington Esq[uire] Ralph Lutton Benjamin Overton Bernard Lister Gentlemen Charles Hilyard Esq[uire] John Bucke John Peirson John Gee Charles Hotham Charles Best William Dickenson Robert Jeggon Edward Bower William Bower William Wilberfosse Philip Wilkinson Thomas Johnson Henry Maisters Thomas Rickaby John Rickaby John Hill William Hudson senior Richard Thompson junior Henry Bernard Christopher Piercy Hay Leonard Robinson of Newton Garth Francis Blunt of the same William Rowsby Gent. The Mayor and Aldermen of Beverley the Mayor and Aldermen of Heddon.

For the City of Yorke and County of the same City

The Lord Mayor Aldermen and Sheriffes for the time being Charles Marquesse of Winchester eldest Sonne to the Duke of Bolton Arthur Lord Viscount Irwin of the Kingdome of Scotland Thomas Lord Fairfax Baron Cameron of the Kingdome of Scotland The Right Honourable Sir Henry Goodricke Knight and Baronet one of Their Majestyes most Honourable Privy Councill Sir William Robinson Sir John Brooke Baronets Sir John Hewley Sir Stephen Thompson Knights George Pricket Esq[uire] Recorder Toby Wickham Doctor of Divinity Deane of Yorke Henry Watkinson Doctor of Law Henry Thompson Thomas Hutton Henry Stapilton Bennett Sherard William Fairfax of Steeton William Roundell Edward Thompson of Marston Thomas Hesletine John Baines Henry Squire Thomas Langley Thomas Moseley Roger Shackleton Esquires Andrew Perret Thomas Nesbit Thomas Benson Richard [Rynolds (fn. 15) ] Phillip Prince Francis Duckworth [Christopher (fn. 16) ] Hutton Christopher Breary William Thompson William Hesletine Robert Squire Thomas Holmes Richard Hewitt Richard Sowray Thomas Thompson Nicholas Sugar Thomas Harrison Samuell Walker William Mortimer Gentlemen.

For the Towne and County of Kingston upon Hull

Anthony Ivison Esq[uire] Mayor Robert Hollis Esq[uire] Recorder Christopher Richardson Thomas Johnson Henry Maisters Simon Sissons Robert Mason Francis Delachamp Phillip Wilkinson Robert Carlile Robert Trippet William Hydes Richard Gray George Battus Aldermen William Hall Sheriffe Charles Osborne John Ramsden John Eastoft William Dawson [John (fn. 17) ] Legard Esquires Sir James Bradshaw Knight.

For the County of Essex

The Right Honourable Charles Lord Cheyne of the Kingdome of Scotland The Honourable Robert Bertie Bainister Maynard Richard Barrett Ralph Grey William Maynard Esquires Sir John Barrington Sir William Appleton Sir Samuell Grinston Sir William Hicks Sir Francis Masham Sir Andrew Jenour Sir Thomas Nightingale Sir Richard Everard Sir William Luckin Sir Thomas Litleton Sir Martin Lumley Sir Anthony Abdy Sir John Abdy Sir Thomas Draper Sir Thomas Darcy Sir Gervase Elwes Sir Edward Smith Sir James Rushout Sir Thomas Bernardiston Sir Charles Tyrrell Sir William Barker Sir Robert Smith Sir Josiah Childe Sir Peter Soame Sir John Dyer Sir Cave James Sir John Sudbury Baronets Sir John Brampston Knight of the Bath Sir Edward Farmer Sir Anthony Browne Sir John Sparrow Sir Richard Piggott Sir Thomas Fanshaw Sir Eliab Harvey Sir Gobart Barrington Sir Thomas Chambers Sir Thomas Midleton Sir Edward Turner Sir Thomas Devall Sir John Marshall Sir Mark Guyon Sir Benjamin Thorowgood Sir John Rotheram Sir Samuell Husbands Knights John Osborne John Conyers Esquires the Kings Councill Henry Mildmay John Le Mott Honeywood [Henry (fn. 18) ] Wroth Collonell John Cutts Francis Ha vey alias Mildmay [Carew Harvey ats Mildmay (fn. 19) ] Thomas Luther William Coward Abraham Wessell Thomas Dawtry Robert Bateman Charles Mountague Edward Cary Samuell [Rinolds (fn. 20) ] William Palmer William Peck William Pert William Atwood John Greene Josiah Childe Ralph Freeman Richard Hutchinson Thomas Argoll William Glascock James Butler William Campion Joseph Offley Evan Lloyd William Wright Benjamin Desbrow Richard Andrews Francis Barrington Thomas Gardner Christopher Fowler Anthony Brampston Anthony Lowther Nathaniell Tench Richard Vaughan John Rotheram Robert Ashton John Barrington Isaac Rebow Thomas Burgh Brabazon Aylmer William Beaumont Robert Cole John Wale John Simonds William Clopton William Lingwood John Tyndall Timothy Felton Thomas Barrington John Eldred Samuell Westerne John Cox Robert Mildmay John Cooke of Chissell Owen Wynne Samuell Hare Francis Maidstone Edward Bullocke senior Edward Bullocke junior John Lockey Neale of Avery Hatch Thomas Gray John Goodyer William Walker Thomas Weely Thomas Harlackenden Bowes Thomas Waldgrave John Plummer Giles Dent William Kendall Andrew Searle Alexander Prescott Clutterbucke of Engelston Richard Staines Cuthbert Martin William Harvey William Scott William Nutt John Pennington Francis St Johns Henry St Johns Thomas Turner John Sparrow John Cressener Henry Glascock Waldgrave Pelham Samuell Wiseman Erasmus Smith John Meade Thomas Abdy Henry Ayloffe Phillip Sattinston John Hothersell Richard Hyde William Mott Edmond Goodwin John Edwards Nathaniell Right John Fanshaw John Luther Luther of Miles Francis Bradbury Haines Barley senior Haines Barley junior Nicholas Corsellis Ralph Creffield Nathaniell Lawrence Francis Wheeler Samuell Gibbs George Gent Henry Pascall Edward Thoroughgood John Haines John Hopwood John Godbold John Allyn John Larkin Sigismund Trafford Robert Smith Robert Bragg Christopher Grange Nicholas Martin Samuell Rawston Esquires John Elliston Isaac Lutman John Litle Gent. James Horsmanden Charles Tyrrell Clerks Marke Mott Samuell Warner Robert Barwell junior Ralph Hawkins Robert Tayler John Bennet William Herris Thomas Greene John Josceline Jeremiah Richardson John Savill William Boice John Potter Henry Lambe Thomas Scarlet Nichols John Stilman John Rayner Hope Gifford Richard Willis Charles Wale of Walden Joseph Sparrow Harrison of Braintree Richard Cowper John Elliott Nicholas Jekill George Wale of Radwinter Thomas Coe senior John Wiggoner John Rebow Abraham Hodgthorne John Witham Gentlemen Robert Williamson Thomas Chambers Esquires.

For the Towne of Malden

The Bailiffes for the time being Sir John Brampston Knight of the Bath High Steward Sir Thomas Darcey Sir William [Sprignoll (fn. 21) ] Baronets Charles Mountague Anthony Brampston Esquires John Mathews William Heckford Phillip Ralling John Cockerill John Pond Samuell Pond Thomas Horsenaile Aldermen William Carr Towne Clerke William Vernon Thomas Coe senior John Stevens John Brickwood Ezekiell Finch Thomas Stace Henry May John Straite Thomas Stephens William Coe Thomas Coe junior.

For the Towne of Colchester

The Mayor and Aldermen for the time being John Eldred Recorder Isaac Rebow Esquire Samuell Reynolds Edward Cary Nathaniell Lawrence Ralph Creffield John Shaw Francis Wheeler William Moore Esquires William Boyce John Savile Robert Moore Gentlemen John Rebow Abraham Hedgethorne Charles Richardson Thomas Ruse William Mott Esquire Samuell Greet Jacob Fromanteal Mathew Scrivener

For the Towne of Harwich

The Mayor for the time being the Right Honourable Charles Lord Cheyne of the Kingdome of Scotland Sir Thomas Midleton Knight Sir Phillip Parker Baronet Sir Thomas Devall Knight John Eldred Esq[uire] Thomas Langley John Rolfe Robert Seaman John Browne William Garrard Daniell Smith Charles Smith Aldermen John Phillips Thomas Bradshaw John Westbrowne Robert Lane Henry Munt Henry Cole William Wood Gent..

For the County of Gloucester

Charles Marquesse of Worcester Sonne and Heire Apparent to the Duke of Beaufort William Lord Viscount Tracy of the Kingdome of Ireland The Right Honourable Henry Powle Esq[uire] Master of the Rolls and one of his Majesties most Honourable Privy Councill The Right Honourable Sir Robert Atkins Knight of the Bath and Lord Chiefe Baron of Their Majestyes Court of Exchequer and Speaker of the House of Peeres The Right Honourable Sir Henry Capell Sir James Rushout Sir Richard Cox Sir William Kyte Sir Francis Russell Sir Robert Southwell Sir John Newton Sir William Forester Sir Gabriell Lowe Sir Thomas Stephens Sir Ralph Dutton Sir Richard Onslow Sir Fleetwood Dormer Sir Duncombe Colchester Sir John Ash Sir John Fust Sir Richard Hart Sir Thomas Cann Sir John Guise Sir Robert Atkins senior Sir Heale Hooke James Thynne Esq[uire] Benjamin [Barton (fn. 22) ] Richard Dowdeswell Thomas Foley George Pitt Richard Freeman John Mariott junior Charles Dowdeswell William Lane John Parsons junior John Delabeare William Baggot John Carter junior Henry Coxwell William Dewy Thomas Janes Samuell Hawlins Thomas Hales David Warren Anthony Lawrence Danvers Hodges Henry Criswick Nathaniell Stephens Thomas Rawlins Sergeant at Law Thomas Hodges Walter Estcourt John Browning Samuell Trotman William Kingscote William Dennis John Howe John Coxwall William Hall Robert Vesey Andrew Barker Robert Plydall George Hanger Robert Outridge Thomas Maisters Brierton Bouchier Richard Howe Thomas Smith Thomas Horton Phillip Shepard Thomas Ridler of Edgeworth Henry Chivers Esquires Thomas Stephens Jonathan Castleman Lionell Rich Peachy Edward Stephens Paul Dodwell Conway Withorne Josua Aylworth George Bond John Hickford Maynard Colchester Thomas Parke William Madocks Paul Foley Rice Yeates Reginald Pindar William Rogers Wenman Winniatt William Bayly George Lloyd James Mitchell Richard Yeate William Try Thomas Chester Thomas Wise Edward Smith Richard Jones John [Meridiath (fn. 23) ] Thomas Barwell John Dowse Edward Mountague William Pansefoote Thomas Browne of Coslawne John Parkhurst William Winter Samuell Dobbins Michaell Beale William Cooke Edward Cooke William Guise William Selwin Rowland Wood William Lawrence John Powell Sergeant at Law Henry Brett John Cox William Scudamore William Hodges Stephen Baldwin Robert Codrington Christopher Mountacu Edmond Chamberlaine Samuell Barker John Griffin William Clutterbook Richard Holford Richard Haynes John Stafford Samuell Codrington John Nelin John Berkley William Bovey Thomas Trigg Nathaniell Perke Richard Haward William Winter Pansfoote Edward Smith George Smith William Blathwaite Christopher Cole David Warren Richard Diton Jasper Chapman William George Richard Holford Edmund Madock.

For the City and County of the City of Gloucester

The Mayor for the time being Sir Duncombe Colchester Knight John Powell Sergeant at Law William Cooke William Try John Cox Esquires John Rogers William Lamb Robert Payne John Ewins William Nicholls William Hodges William Corsly William Tayler Aldermen John Githens Gent. Peter Haynes Thomas Webb Sheriffes Thomas Browne Thomas Snell William Jourdon Nicholas Webb senior Nicholas Webb junior Samuell Eckly Samuell Palmer Benjamin Hyott Thomas Webb Arnold Aram Thomas Longdon Edward Gibbs Henry Hutter Gent. John Hyet Benjamin Rose Samuell Lye Samuell Burrougs John Bebb.

For the County of Hereford

The Right Honourable Henry Powle Esquire Master of the Rolls and one of Their Majestyes most Honourable Privy Councill John Lord Viscount Scudamore of Sligo in the Realme of Ireland The Honourable Chambre Brabazon Esq[uire] Sir William Gregory Knight one of the Justices of Their Majesties Court of Kings Bench Sir John Morgan Sir Herbert Croft Sir John Hoskins Baronets Sir Edward Harley Knight of the Bath Sir Francis Winnington Sir Thomas Duppa Sir John Williams Knights Thomas Coningsby of Hampton-Court Thomas Geeres Serjeant at Law William Fines Paul Foley Robert Harley Thomas Price John Birch John Dutton Colt Robert Price James Morgan John Scudamore of Kentchurch Thomas Cornwall of Stepleton Thomas Harley of Kinsham Ambrose Scudamore Richard Reed senior Richard Reed junior Herbert Westfailing Thomas Cockes Edward Hopton Robert Cornwall Edward Cornwall William Dansey senior William Dansey junior John Arnold Charles Baldwin John Williams Richard Williams of Cabalva Edward Litleton Uvedale Tompkins Robert Chaplin Thomas Foley senior Thomas Foley junior James Gregory John Booth of Letton John How Jeremiah Bubb Edward Jackson Younger Cooke James Penoyer of the Moore [Robert Dobins Robert Minors William Wintour Will Lambe John Nourse Marsyall Bridges Richard Barnby ( (fn. 24) ) Fardinando Gorges (fn. 25) ] ( (fn. 26) ) Sandys Lechmere John Parry of Dulas Thomas Delahay [Thomas Hewer James Lloyd of the Moore (fn. 27) ] Richard Kidley Esquires John Hoskins of Ponithan William Gwillim of Langstone William Bridges of Colwell John Phillips of the Worlds End John Walsham Samuell Birch John Whittington Henry Jones Gentlemen Anthony Rowden John Powell of the While Francis Baskerville of Eardesley Thomas Wigmore John Kirle John Goodyar James Wellington Gilbert Nicholas Henry Bull Silas Vaughan John Price Esquires Thomas Owen of Litle Brompton Thomas Carpenter of Tillington Richard Skipp James Woodhouse of Woodhouse Essex Sherborne Francis Woodhouse Humphrey Mayo John Woolrich Edward Rodd John Fletcher Francis Geeres John Kidley junior of Fownehope John Hereford of Hom-Lacy James Westfailing John Carver of Upton James Walwine John Hereford of Sufton Daniell Kerry Peter Smith John Smith of Holmer Gentlemen John Abrahall of Ingeston Esq[uire] John Scudamore of Langarron Roger Scudamore of Trecella Thomas Rawlins Esquire William Gwilliam of Langston junior.

For the City of Hereford

The Mayor for the time being John Lord Viscount Scudamore of Sligo in the [Kingdome (fn. 28) ] of Ireland Sir William Gregory Knight one of the Justices of Their Majestyes Court of Kings Bench Paul Foley Henry Cornwall Herbert Westfailing Thomas Price Esq[uire]s Robert Simonds Thomas Paynard Abraham Seward Thomas Matthews Richard Wadeley Aldermen Gabriell Bleeke Esq[uire] Hugh Rodd Richard Williams Thomas Clarke senior Thomas Clarke junior Henry Smith Thomas Smith Edward Rodd John Williams senior John Williams junior James Price John Abrahall Richard Gower Edmund Weaver Theophilus Alye Richard Poole Thomas Church Gent..

For the Burrough of Lempster

The Bayliffe for the time being Thomas Coningsby John Dutton Colt Edward Harley Esquires William Bach Edward Bangham James Powle John Jennings Thomas Hardwick Thomas Manings John Bangham Richard Powle Henry Browne James Caswald Caleb Powle William Phillips.

For the County of Hertford

The Right Honourable Sir Henry Capell Knight of the Bath and one of Their Majestyes most Honourable Privy Councill The Honourable Robert Cecill Esquire The Honourable Sir William Egerton Knight of the Bath Sir Samuell Grimston Sir John Garrard Sir Richard Franklin Sir John Austin Sir Robert [Joscelin (fn. 29) ] Sir William Cowper Sir William Leman Sir Thomas Pope Blount Sir John Brograve Sir Jonathan Keate Sir John Witterong Sir Richard Anderson Sir Edmund Anderson Sir John Reed Baronets Sir Humphrey Gower Sir Charles Cesar Sir Ralph Ratcliffe Sir Thomas Bide Sir William Litton Sir John Bucknall Sir Robert Marsham Sir Francis Leigh Sir William Parkins Sir Nicholas Miller Sir Adam Ottley Sir Benjamin Tichburne Knights George Churchill Silus Titus Henry Guy Robert Austen Thomas Austen William Gore John Gore Ralph Freeman senior Ralph Freeman junior Robert Elwayes Thomas Halsey John Plummer Edward Chester William Cowper George Munson Francis Flyer Jeremiah Hale Thomas Priestly Thomas Atkins Israell Mayo Edward Briscoe senior Edward Briscoe junior William Briscoe Thomas Aram Gilbert Hoo Keat George Hadley James Witterong James Stedman John Charleton William Emmerton Thomas Emmerton James Forrester James Gulston Mathew Blucke James Berners William Newce Samuell Robinson James Wilmott Thomas Stone John Gardener Roger Coningsby Marmaduke Rawden Thomas Arris Robert Robotham John Gape senior Henry Childe Richard Helder Goodwin Barrington John Methwen Joseph Marsh Thomas Ellis George Nodes Ralph Wingate Thomas Bird of Mattacks Bernard Turner Paris Slaughter John Duncombe George White Daniell Shelden Edward Saires John Weatherhead Esquires John Leman Josua Lomax Thomas Lomax John Woolleston Thomas Nicholls of Bushey John Gape junior Eynon Bynon Thomas How Thomas Windford Edward Seymour Francis King John Poyner Nudigate Pointz Gentlemen Thomas Bownest Esq[uire] John Woodhouse Batchlour in Physicke Edmond Smith William Greenhill John Jenkins Gentlemen The Mayors of Saint Albans and Hertford for the time being.

For the Borough of St Albans

The Mayor Recorder and Aldermen for the time being Sir Samuell Grimston Baronet George Churchill Thomas Arris John Gape Robert Robotham Esquires.

For the County of Huntington

The Honourable Robert Mountague Esq[uire] The Honourable Sidney Wortley Mountague Esq[uire], The Honourable Richard Mountague Esq[uire] Sir John Cotton Sir Robert Bernard Baronets Charles Mountague John Proby John Dryden John Conyers Robert Appriece Arthur Turnour Charles Cesar John Bigg Anthony Hamound Richard Nailour William Nailour James Torkington John Ferrer John Pockington Robert Pulline Philip Storey Robert Throckmorton John Trice Richard Drury Esquires Robert Clarke Richard Winde Richard Hatley William Fuller James Wright Thomas Gilbert Edward Checkley William Love Gent..

For the Towne of Huntingdon

The Mayor for the time being The Honourable Sidley Wortley alias Mountague Esq[uire] The Honourable Richard Mountague Esq[uire] John Pocklinton Esq[uire] George Meritt Richard Astrey James Fairside William Downe Thomas Sayer Joseph Darlow Thomas Harris Angell Gent..

For the County of Kent.

Anthony Lord Viscount Faulkland of the Kingdome of Scotland Thomas Lord Fairfax Baron of Cameroon of the Kingdome of Scotland The Honourable Sir Vere Fane Knight of the Bath The Honourable Peregrine Berty Esq[uire] Sir William Twisden Sir Charles Sidley of Southfleet Sir Charles Sidley of Saint Cleare Sir Thomas Roberts Sir Henry Palmer Sir Phillip Boteler Sir Thomas Culpeper of Aylesford Sir Thomas Stiles Sir George Rivers Sir Bazill Dixwell Sir John Knatchbull Sir John Rainy Sir Robert Hales Sir Stephen Leonard Sir Humphrey Millerd Sir John Marsham Sir William Honeywood Sir Thomas Pierce Sir John Banks Sir Nathaniell Powell Sir John Austen Sir Thomas Selyard Sir Anthony Aucher Sir John Fagg Sir James Oxenden Sir William Swan Sir Robert Filmore Sir John Shaw Sir John Cutler Sir Roger Twisden Sir William Cooper Sir Francis Lawley Sir George Chute Sir Thomas Tailor Sir John Mordant Sir John Lethelier Baronets Sir William Pritchard Sir John Darrell Sir George Curteis Sir Charles Bickerstaffe Sir Henry Boswell Sir Nicholas Crispe Sir Robert Faunce Sir Nicholas Toke Sir Thomas Culpeper Sir Robert Marsham Sir James Hayes Sir Joseph Williamson Sir William Langhorne Sir William Hooker Sir Edward [Masters (fn. 30) ] Sir Purbecke Temple Knights Collonell Beaumont Lieutenant of Dover Castle Christopher Vane Robert Smith Thomas Fane Edward Roper Edward Hales Thomas Knatchbull William Watton [Jeffery Amhurst Charles Amhurst (fn. 31) ] Thomas Rider William Campion Caleb Banks John Leech Robert Lewkener Gideon de Laune John Kitchell Esquires George Harlackenden Gentleman William Boyes of Hawkhurst William Henden Robert Austen senior Robert Craford James Masters of Langden Walter Breames Herbert Randolph Esquires John Boyes Gentleman John Thurbone Serjeant at Law William Hammond Gent. George Scott Esquire James Chadwicke William Kingsley junior Christopher Mills Samuell Short Esquires William Brockman of Bitchburrow William Brockman of Cheriton John Crump Thomas Moile Gentleman Thomas Papillon Thomas Munn Francis Bathurst Esquires John Plummer of Northdowne William De Laune Thomas Sackvill James Bunce George Petty William Selby George Polhill John Hide Major Gibbons Robert Gibbon John Cooke Thomas Osborne James Herbert Ralph Bufkin John Brewer John Packer Thomas Dallison Edward Gulston Reynold Peckham William Cage Nicholas [Miller (fn. 32) ] John Wilkinson Richard Godden John Knatchbull Andrew Brewer Thomas Manley Esquires Thomas Scott William Honeywood Gentlemen George Sayers Vice-Chamberlaine to the Queene Dowager John Le Mott Honeywood William Hugesen Leonard Diggs Thomas Gomelden Julius Deeds John Sherman Christopher Deering Esquires Gerrard Goore Nicholas Cooke Gentlemen Vincent Denn Serjeant at Law George Elcock Esquire William Jacob Doctor of Physick Henry Oxenden Henry Hawley Richard Oxenden John Mitchell Esquires Doctor John Taylor Francis Clerke Esq[uire] Captaine Pettit of Thannet Moses Napleton Gent. Herbert Palmer Wortley Whorwood Henry Lee Esquires John Whitfield Henry Godden Charles Bargrave William Courthope Gentlemen Robert Heath John Evelin Edward Austin William Lambert William Ash Esquires William Wilkinson John Mascall Phillip Bartholomew Gent. George Gifford Francis Farnaby Ralph Petley William Swan John Buggins Robert Austin junior James Codd Alexander Culpeper Samuell Plumer Esquires William ( (fn. 33) ) White Gent. John Cripps of Maidstone Roger Paine Thomas Napleton Esquires Thomas Godfrey of Hoddiford Gent. George Rooks Edward Nutt Henry Marsh Thomas Brewer of Northfleete Thomas Washer Robert Mitchell Thomas Blisse Jeffery Boise Edward Boise Samuell Shaw John Cason Thomas Hales senior Phillip Papillon Thomas Hales junior George Curteis Esquires George Maplesden Charles Courthope Thomas Turner Gentlemen Thomas Adrian John Fotherby Francis Barrell Thomas Selyard Christopher Allison Henry Sandis Percivall Hart Edward Manning Edward Brent James Fortrey Edward Grace Creswell Draper Edward King Thomas [Gilford (fn. 34) ] Edward Bettison Edward Toke Esquires The Mayor of Rochester for the time being The Mayor of Maidstone for the time being John Bloome Charles Fagg Gentlemen William Randolph John Culpeper Esquires Thomas Meredith Gent. Humphrey Stiles Esq[uire] Richard Hulse of Bethersden Gent. George Withwicke Gent. Thomas Withwicke Esq[uire] Thomas Brett William Brett Gent. Edward Manley of Wooldham the Jurats of Maidstone being Justices of the Peace John Eve Gent. the Bayliffe and Expenditors of Rumney Marsh for the time being Benjamin Godfrey John Bond Major Nettit of Maidstone William Turner Barnham Powell [Esquires (fn. 35) ] Thomas Morris Gent. William James Esq[uire] Captaine Tomlin Mr Coppin of Deale Christopher Mason Christopher Sherman Christopher May Edward Bathurst Thomas Marsh Gent. Charles Kenrick John Linch Esquires Thomas Chiffinch John Baron Gentlemen William Spencer Esq[uire] Captaine Curthope The Mayor of Gravesend for the time being Christopher Waters Gent. William Yardley Esquire William Culpeper of Hollingbourne George Etkins John Christmas Thomas Cooke of Bobbing Place William Tyndall William Courthope Esquires Captaine Richard Simons Captaine Francis Wheeler George Cartar Gent. Charles Cesar Esq[uire] Henry Parker Robert Minors Esquire Governour of Upnoare Castle John Moyse William Watson Bartholomew Gent. Francis Brookes Gent. John Dyke Esq[uire]

For the City and County of the City of Canterbury

Henry Waddell Esq[uire] Mayor Vincent [Deane (fn. 36) ] [Esq[uire] (fn. 37) ] Sergeant at Law Recorder Sir William Honeywood Sir Anthony Aucher Baronets Henry Lee John Cason Edward Nutt Esquires Herbert Randolph Jeffery Boyes William Turner William Courthope Esquires William Jacob Doctor of Phisick John Taylor Doctor at Law John Whitfield William Watson Gentlemen Thomas Fidge Thomas Knoller Nicholas Nicholson Thomas Dunkin William Guilbert John Gnarling Squire Bennerton Henry Gibbs and Francis Jeffery Aldermen.

For the Towne and Port of Sandwich

The Mayor and Jurats for the time being John Thurborne Serjeant at Law Edward Brent Esq[uire] Richard Hawker Towne Clerke.

For the Towne and Port of Dover.

The Mayor for the time being Thomas Papillon and James Chadwicke Esquires Captaine William Stokes George West William Richards John Bullock Nicholas Cullen senior Thomas Scott Edward Wivell Edward Francklin Jurats Sir Abraham Jacob Knight Nathaniell Denew John Matson Frederick De Vinck Robert Jacob Thomas Raworth John Ford Charles Johnson William Eaton Phillip [Yorke (fn. 37) ] Abraham Stock and Nicholas Cullen junior Gent.

For the Towne and Port of Rumney

The Mayor for the time being Sir Charles Sidley Barronet John Brewer Esq[uire] John Chalker John Hunt Peter Martin Richard Baker Jurats William Finch Anthony Evans and Peter Evans.

For the Towne and Port of Hyeth

The Mayor for the time being Sir Phillip Boteler Baronet William Brockman Esq[uire] Julius Deedes Esq[uire] Robinson Beane Henry Deeds William Browne Claudius Clares Elias Bassett Jurats Thomas Tournay Gentleman.

For the Towne of Fordwich

The Mayor for the time being Samuel Short Esquire.

For Feversham

The Mayor for the time being Charles Kendricke Esq[uire] Thomas Napleton Thomas Knoller John Marsh Thomas Waterman and Joseph Edwards Gentlemen.

For the Towne of Folkeston

The Mayor for the time being Sir Bazill Dixwell Baronet William Brockman Esq[uire] Mr William Jenkins Miles Jacob Thomas Fagg Robert Hammond Gibbon Ladd and Thomas Jenkins Gent.

For the Towne of Lidd

Julius Deeds Henry Wynne Esquires John Bateman Humphry Lee William Batchelour Nicholas Dye.

For the Towne of Tenterden

The Mayor for the time being Sir George Chute Robert Austen Esq[uire] Robert Wightwicke James Skeats William Curties John Mantle Thomas Sharpe Thomas Marshall Gent..

For the Towne and Port of Winchelsea

The Mayor for the time being Edward Martin Thomas Hovenden John Richardson Richard Head Thomas Simons.

For the Towne and Port of Hastings

The Mayor for the time being Thomas Lovell Captaine John Hyde Phillip Lovell Captaine John Millard Richard Holman John Medhurst Jurates.

For the Ancient Towne of Rye

The Mayor for the time being John Spaine Michell Cadman Nicholas Manouch John Smith and Henry Goldsmith.

For the County of Lancaster

Richard Lord Colchester Sonne and Heire Apparent of the Earle Rivers Charles Lord Brandon Sonne and Heire Apparent of the Earle of Macclesfield the Honourable James Stanley the Honourable Fitton Gerrard [Esquires (fn. 38) ] the Honourable Hugh Willoughby the Honourable George Cholmondeley William Spencer Esquires Sir Charles Hoghton Sir Edmond Asheton Sir Henry Ashurst Sir Thomas Stanley Sir Ralph Ashton Sir Robert Duckingfield Sir Richard Standish Sir Henry Ashurst Baronets Sir Jefferey Shackerley Sir John Chichley Sir Edward Chisehale Sir Daniell Fleming Knights Sir Edward Moseley Peter Hugh Peter Bold Thomas Norres James Holt Roger Kirkby Thomas Preston Edward Fleetwood Henry Farrington Alexander Rigby of Layton Lawrence Rawstorne William Hilton Thomas Greenhalgh Alexander Butterworth Thomas Braddill John Starkey Robert Parker Richard Asheton of Caerdale [John (fn. 39) ] Lightboane John Entwistle Thomas Dodd Stephen Alcock Thomas Parker Christopher Parker Thomas Ashurst Thomas Bancks James Duckenfield Richard Brooke James Chatham of Turton John Hopwood junior Joshuah Horton John Hartley Joseph Yeates John Warren Alexander Rigby of Midleton Edward Rigby Thomas Rigby of Wrea Christopher Wilkinson Ralph Longworth Peter Shackerley Christopher Greenfield Anthony Parker Roger Kenion James Chetham of Smedley Silvester Richmond Peter Egerton William Hulme of Daryhulme John Braddill Thomas Richardson William Kirkby Thomas Cole Roger Moore Edward Wilson Miles Sands Thomas Shierson Benjamin Hoghton Thomas Mort Alexander Maudesley Ralph Livesay senior Edward Rishton Nicholas Townley Roger Lacy William Apleton John Ashton Thomas Bretherton Nicholas Starkey Thomas Lever Thomas Dickinson Richard Entwisle William Fleming Edward Herle Thomas Rigby of Aspull Edward Ogle Oswald Moseley George Pigot John Veale Henry Rigley Joseph Grey William Maghall Thomas Pattent Thomas Serjeant Esq[uire] of Warrington William Patten John Savery Ralph Egerton Richard Fleetwood Alexander Ratcliffe William Emmott William Molineux Nathaniell Molineux Edward [Boothe (fn. 40) ] Richard Haworth Peter Ormerod Thomas Rishton Nicholas Hammond George Sharples Jonathan Blackburne William Lowd Edmund Hornby Richard Longworth Thomas Smith Thomas Fife William Sclater Richard Riveington John Case Thomas Cooke Thomas Aynsworth James Asheton Cuthbert Holland Andrew Dandy Jeofrey Roby John Clayton Thomas Clayton Richard Hoghton Thomas Wilson Ralph Livesay junior William Asheton Alexander Davies John Sorocold John Lawnders Robert Bootle Robert Mollineux Richard Percivall John Wright Henry Latham James Asheton Thomas Percivall Josua Nuttall Martin Willis Thomas Bradshaw Thomas Grantham John Copley Joseph Fletcher Robert Atkinson George Allenson John Widdowes Miles [Whittaye (fn. 41) ] John Allen Peter Worthington William Leigh John Johnson Robert Sturzaker Robert Shaw Nathan Abram [Jeremiah (fn. 42) ] Smethurst George Derbyshire Robert Halliwell James Holland Edmond Tayler Richard Hoghton Ralph Fincham Thomas Wilson Richard Dickinson John Talson of Grisdell Gentlemen The Mayor and Bailiffes of Lancaster for the time being Charles Rigby Esq[uire] John Foster William Penny Henry Jones Josua Partington Thomas Greenwood Gentlemen Thomas Catterell John Hodgeson The Mayor Aldermen and Bayliffes of the Burrough or Towne of Preston for the time being John Ferrers Edward Rigby Alexander Johnson Esquires Doctor Charles Lee John Walker Daniell Chadwick John Adderton Joseph King John Francks John Cockshutt James Asheton William Patten William Lemon the elder Christopher Nowell Richard Langton William Hebson Thomas Greenfield John Law Henry Sollom Richard Hartley Ralph Rishton Joseph King Gentlemen Roger Sudell senior Roger Sudell junior William Shaw William Cotton The Mayor Recorder Aldermen and Bayliffes for the Burrough of Wygan for the time being Edward Earle The Steward of the Burrough of Newton for the time being George Leigh Legh Bowden Gentlemen The Bayliffes of the Corporation of Cliderow for the time being John Lister Arthur Ashton Edmund Robinson Robert Sclater John Webster Thomas Alston William Oddy Gentlemen The Mayor and Bailiffes of Leverpoole for the time being William Clayton William Williamson James Prescott Richard Wyndle Thomas Tyrer Aldermen Alexander Norres Peter Atherton John Molineux Thomas Johnson junior Gent..

For the County of Leicester

The High Sheriffe for the time being Thomas Lord Beaumont of the Kingdome of Ireland Bennett Lord Sherrard of the Kingdome of Ireland the Right Honourable Sir William Rawlinson one of the Lords Commissioners for the Great Seale of England Sir William Villers Sir Thomas Hesilrig Sir Beaumont Dixie Sir Henry Hudson Sir William Holford Sir Thomas Beaumont Sir John Noell Sir William Ellis Sir Edward Abney Baronets Sir Ambrose Phillips Sir Edward Wigley Sir William Yorke John Cooke Jeffery Palmer Richard Lister senior John De la Fountaine John Verney Chais Moris Thomas Boothby Robert Hesilrig William Boothby William Hartopp Thomas Babbington St John Bennet Thomas Caldecote William Cole William Bird Charles Duncombe Samuell Cotton Thomas Pochin senior Thomas Pochin junior William Streete William Whaley junior Roger Roe Roger Smith George Pochin Christopher Packe Henry Hastings Mathew Johnson Thomas Wilson Edward Needham Stanhope Whaley William Franke Thomas Noble William Jesson George Hewit Richard Brudnell Edward Needham junior John Danvers Stanton of Langton Rowland Browne Edward Conniers Francis Needham Richard Bradgate Lawrence Carter William Bainbrigge' Edward Hudson Edward Smith William Palmer Richard Lister junior [George Morton (fn. 43) ] George Ashby William Faunt Henry Kendall John Wilkins William Herricke John Wilson John Steele William Wooleston Woolleston Dixie Nathan Wright John Major John Oneby William Harper John Harper Thomas Lewes James Armston Thomas Charnells Michaell Wrightson Francis Mundy John [Bainbridge (fn. 44) ] William Belgrave Henry Heveningham John Chamberlaine William Rawlins William Jarvis William Rawlins junior Henry Turner John Benskin John Streete Henry Gilbert Esquires William [Watson (fn. 45) ] Thomas Palmer William Major John Hood Theophilus Greene John Goodman William Atkins Tirringham Stephens John Coles Robert Freeman Robert Johnson Thomas Andrews George Vincent William Billers Mathew Dison Thomas Miles of Shenton Charles Jennens Robert Heslerig junior Gent..

For the Burrough of Leicester

John Goodall Esq[uire] Mayor of the Burrough of Leicester and the Mayor for the time being Nathan Wright William Franke John Major Esquires William Southwell William Deane George Becket Phillip Abney John Roberts George Bent William Bentley Francis Ware Joseph Craddock Mathew Symonds William Billers William Major Thomas Palmer junior Thomas Wells John Watts John Wilkins John Bent John Dan Edmond Johnson Gabriell Hill Gentlemen Sir Edward Abney Knight Laurence Carter Esq[uire] John Kilpin John Brooksby Thomas Palmer senior Edmond Cradock Thomas Lawrence John Norris Captaine Cox William Sheeres Gent.

For the County of Lincolne and City of Lincolne and for the County of the said City

The Right Honourable William Lord Pawlet second Sonne to the Duke of Bolton The Right Honourable George Lord Castleton of the Kingdome of Ireland Bennet Lord Sherrard in the Kingdome of Ireland The Honourable Nicholas Sanderson The Honourable Peregrine Bertie the Elder The Honourable Charles Bertie senior The Honourable Peregrine Bertie the Younger The Honourable Phillip Bertie The Honourable Charles Sanderson The Honourable William Mountague Craven Howard Sir Francis Fane Knight of the Bath Sir Henry Monson Sir Thomas Hussey Sir John Newton Sir John Brownlow Sir John Firwitt Sir Robert Markham Sir John Thorold Sir Willoughby Hickman Sir William Ellis Sir Richard Cust Sir Edward Hussey Sir William Buck Sir Richard Rothwell Sir John Oldfield Sir Thomas Trollop Sir John Bowles Sir Walter Clarges Sir Thomas Bernadiston Sir Robert Barkham Baronets Sir Thomas Meeres Sir Edward Ascough Sir Thomas Rolte Sir Thomas Clarges Sir William Massingberd Sir John Sherrard Sir Thomas Skipwith Baronets Sir William Yorke Sir Christopher Nevill Sir Edmond Turner Knights Sir Henry Herne Knight of the Bath Charles Dimmocke Champian Charles Pelham William Marwood Thomas Broughton Thomas Skipweth Thomas Lister Henry Stone Robert Riley Noah Neale Edward Paine Edward Montague John Saunders William Welby William Hyde senior. William Hyde junior Anthony Palmer Christopher Clapham Sir Pury Cust The Mayor Aldermen Recorder and Sheriffes of the City of Lincolne The Mayor Aldermen and Recorder of Grimsby The Mayor Aldermen and Recorder of Boston The Mayor Aldermen and Recorder of Stamford The Alderman of Grantham William Hascard Thomas Walton Edward Secker Doctor Lee John Key Edward Coddington Simon Grant Robert Cole Thomas Ireland Thomas Cole Nicholas Becke William Clarke Nathaniell Garthwaite Gentlemen Anthony Wingfield Charles Halford Peregrine Bertie of Gedney Esquires The Warden of Louth John Newton Mountague Cholmley William Brownlow Richard Winch Stephen Rothwell William Trollop Peregrine Bucke John Micklethwaite John Goodricke Richard Pell Samuell Luddington Esquires John Browne William Montague Gentlemen Sir Edward Farmer Baronet John Bolt John Wood Benjamin King Andrew Burton Gentlemen Gilbert Bury Esq[uire] Peter Bird Gent. Thomas Bury Ciprian Thornton Edward Tourney David Field Gent. William Chapman John Chaplin Christopher Berrisford Thomas Hall Vincent Grantham Francis Grantham George Whichcote George Nevill Bryan Nevile Christopher Aiscough William Oldfield Esquires The Deane and Chapter of Lincolne Robert Cawdron George Hall Thomas Cowley John Harvey Esquires Lake George Fairfax Thomas Young William Thompson Gent. John Hussey Mathew Lister Mathew Trollop Robert Rither senior Dymocke Walpoole John Fisher John Bishop Esquires Richard Torksey John Pindar George Knight Christopher Palmer Gent. Sigismond Trafford Francis Durley Peter Short Robert Archer Esquires Benjamin Smith Richard Cuthbert George Newcomen Gent. Charles Fox Rawston Hart Edward Browne of [Hublin (fn. 46) ] Charles Bates John Toller George Langton senior George Langton junior Charles Hutton Robert Fisher Francis Anderson Edmond Anderson Edwin Anderson John Ely Esquires Thomas Aiscough John How John Greene junior Gent. James Ashton Knott of Hupswell John Towne George Smith William Bonner Gent. Joseph Edmonds Johnson of Witham Henry Jenkinson Henry Burrell Captaine Pownell Reuben Sparkes John Jay Walter Johnson Esquires William Wallet William Ambler Francis Corey Gent. Martin Johnson Robert Tirwhitt Esquiers Peter Mapletoft John Emerson Thomas Harnesse John Butler William Cawthropp Gent. Daniell Deline Robert Saunders Esquires Adam Bland Richard [Nelthorp (fn. 47) ] John Thorold Isaac Newton Esquires John Burslen Thomas Colinon Thomas Tegh Major Coney John Smith of Snelland Thomas Williamson Esquires John Burton William Cotton John Apleyard Francis Aiscough Esquires Thomas Webberly John Key John Evans William Taylour of Heckington Edward Curteous Lewis Hurst Tomlin of Riby Gent. Anthony Burton Gent. Humphrey Hyde Benjamin Cuthbert George Clayton Gent. William Stamford Gent. John Micklethwaite junior Thomas Turney Esq[uire] Sir George Marken John Quinzey John Garland Gent..

For the City of London

Sir Thomas Pilkington Knight the present Lord Mayor Sir John Lawrence Sir William Turner Sir William Hooker Sir James Edwards Sir Robert Clayton Sir Patience Ward Sir John Moore Sir William Pritchard Sir James Smith Sir Robert Jefferies Sir George Treby Sir Jonathan Raymond Sir Peter Daniell Sir Peter Rich Sir Thomas Stampe Sir Samuell Dashwood Sir Benjamin Thorowgood Sir [Thomas (fn. 48) ] Kensy Sir William Ashurst Sir Thomas Lane Sir John Flett Sir Humphrey Edwin Sir John Parsons Sir John Houblon Sir Edward Clarke Sir Francis Childe Knights John Wildman Richard Levett William Gore Esquires Sir John Cutler Sir Samuell Bernadiston Sir John Morden Sir Benjamin Ayloffe Sir Richard Temple Sir Henry Ashurst Baronets Sir Thomas Clarges Sir Benjamin Newland Sir John Mathews Sir James Ward Sir John Lethieulier Sir Thomas Vernon Sir William Russell Sir Robert Adams Sir Jeremy Sambrooke Sir Mathew Andrews Sir Thomas Fowles Sir Thomas Rawlinson Sir Gabriell Roberts Sir Simon Lewes Sir William Dodson Sir Bazill Firebrace Sir Francis Massom Sir Joseph Herne Sir Edward Desbovery Sir William Hedges Sir Ralph Box Sir Thomas Cooke Sir Stephen Evans Knights Sir John Cope Sir John Browne Sir Nicholas Crispe Sir John Shaw Sir Thomas Chambers Sir Robert Masham Baronets Thomas Papillon Esq[uire] Doctor Henry Newton Chauncellor of London Sir John Morden Baronet John Perry Thomas Westerne William Strong Nathaniell Hawes John Machell Esquires Foster Baker John Fouch Nicholas Carleton William Hooker Jeffery Jefferyes Anthony Sturt Charles Chamberlaine Richard Alye John Buckworth Paul Wicks John Nicholls Ambrose Istead Arthur Champnyes John Bathurst James Houblon George Sitwell Charles Thorold Arthur Baron Richard Garth John Kent Charles Duncombe Daniell Sheldon Thomas Goddard William Ivatt Nathaniell Hornby John Crispe Robert Boddington Nathan Burdett Francis Gosright Thomas Rider Henry Spelman Doctor Henry Newton Henry Hunter Esquires Thomas Manning Peter Floyer Richard Normansell Charles Feltham Robert Litlebury Thomas Gardner Henry Lewes Peter Joy John Cooke William Pellatt William Withers Thomas Blackmore Percivall Gibbourne Nicholas Caplin John Kent John Knapp John Cooke William Faulkner John Genew Francis Chamberlaine Edward Sherwood William Woodroffe John Midgley James Oades George Newland Thomas Langham Walter Coventry Daniell Allen William Pett William Jarrett Francis Dashwood John Freeman Arthur Stavely William Craddocke Samuell Clarke John Morris Isaac Houblon Robert Masters Richard Acton William Warren Lawrence Dyer Herbert Alwin Thomas Jieve Thomas Wood Anthony Balam William Newberry Henry Clerke Richard Yerbery Thomas Tuckford Thomas Sandford Samuell Gerrard Francis Griffith John Johnson Peter Pickering Thomas Dashwood Richard Hoare Nicholas Alexander Robert Bedingfield Thomas Darwin James Smith Rupert Browne James Wood James Fowles Joseph Hornby Richard Nicholls Robert Raworth Francis Brerewood Richard Goodall Thomas Salter Samuell Oungley Nicholas Smith Thomas Collect John Cullum Richard Edmondson Thomas Eyres George Pecke Thomas Watts William Fitzackerley John Flavell John West John Moore Godfrey Woodward Thomas Crane William Carpenter William Whitehall Thomas Bearecliffe Abraham Jaggard William Lewen Richard Holder Hugh Stroud John Rawley William Potts John Fensall Robert Brabourne Robert Whittingham Edward Beaker John Ashby William Stamper Edward Phillips George Cole James Clement Edmond Prideaux Lieutenant Collonell Peirce Thomas Phelp Henry Crispe Richard Bristoe Samuell Trotman Esquires John Westcott Sir Erasmus Smith Samuell Somerford Esq[uire] Francis Thacker Edmond Phillips Esquires Thomas Cuddon Augustin Ballow William Robinson Thomas Firmin.

For the County of Middlesex

The Right Honourable Sir John Trevor Speaker of the Honourable House of Commons First Lord Commissioner of the Great Seale of England The Right Honourable Richard Hambden Esq[uire] Chauncellour of Their Majestyes Court of Exchequer and one of His Majestyes most Honourable Privy Councill Charles Lord Herbert Marquesse of Worcester Sonne and Heire Apparent to his Grace the Duke of Beaufort The Right Honourable Edward Russell Esq[uire] Sonne to the Earle of Bedford Charles Lord Cheney of the Kingdome of Scotland Anthony Lord Faulkland of the Kingdome of Scotland The Right Honourable Henry Lord Colerain of the Kingdome of Ireland Charles Lord Brandon Sonne and Heire Apparent to Charles Earle of Maclesfield The Right Honourable Sir William Rawlinson and Sir George Hutchins Lords Commissioners of the Great Seale of England Sir John Holt Knight Lord Chiefe Justice of Their Majestyes Court of Kings Bench The Right Honourable Henry Powle Esq[uire] Master of the Rolls Sir Henry Pollexfen Knight Lord Chiefe Justice of Their Majestyes Court of Common Pleas Sir Robert Atkins Knight of the Bath Lord Chiefe Baron of their Majesties Court of the Exchequer The Right Honourable Hugh Boscowen Esq[uire] The Honourable Henry Pagett Esq[uire] The Honourable Sir Robert Howard The Honourable Craven Howard The Honourable Edward Mountague The Honourable Henry Priestman [Esquires (fn. 49) ] The Honourable Thomas Newport Esq[uire] Sir Charles Gerard Baronet Sir William Cooper Sir William Roberts Sir Anthony Craven Sir William Smith Sir Cave James Sir Richard Fisher Sir Paul Whichcott Sir William Barkham Sir Thomas Pope Blunt Sir Thomas Litleton Sir Richard Nudigate Sir Henry Ashurst Sir John Bancks Sir William Williams Sir Henry Marwood Sir Richard Onslow Sir Roger Langley Sir John Cutler Sir Phillip Cartright Sir Samuell Bernardiston Baronets Sir Thomas Clarges Sir William Poultney Sir Walter Clarges Sir Robert Henley Sir Thomas Bide Sir John Elves Sir James Butler Sir Thomas Row Sir Richard Dounton Sir William Hill Sir Francis Pemberton Sir Henry Johnson Sir Orlando Gee Sir Theodore De Vaux Sir Thomas Kensey Sir Bazill Firebrasse Sir William Hedges Sir Mathew Andrews Sir Charles Cotterell Sir Edward Waldoe Sir Thomas Grantham Sir John Roberts Sir Purbecke Temple Sir William Parkins Sir Goddard Nelthorpe Sir Edward Abney Sir Adam Oatley Sir James Astrey Sir Thomas Hodgshon Sir Cornwall Bradshaw Sir Michaell Heneage Sir William Ashurst Sir William Pritchard Sir William Wogan Sir Charles Umfrevill Sir John Trenchard Sir Charles Lee Sir James Smith Sir Thomas Chambers Sir John Bucknall Sir Edmond Walcupp Sir Francis Childe Sir Thomas Rawlinson Sir George Treby Their Majestyes Attourney Generall Sir John Sommers Their Majestyes Sollicitor Generall Knights Peregrine Bertie Charles Mountague Ralph Hawtrey Robert Dormer Richard Onslow Esquires Thomas Dove Brooke Bridges Esquires Auditors of Their Majestyes Imprest John Phelips Esq[uire] Auditor of Their Majestyes Court of Exchequer Nicholas Raynton John Wolstenholm William Draper Josua Galliard James Munday William Avery John Smith Adam Andrewes Edward Harris John Walker of Hadley John Huxley John Bathurst Thomas Austin William Austin William Tate William Blucke Peniston Whaley Cheeke Gerrard Thomas Francklin Richard Page John Baggs John Nicholl Lancelott Lake Edmond Prideaux John Carpenter Thomas Nappier George Sitwell Edward Maplesden Richard Shoreditch John Stannion Lancelott Johnson Richard Bowaker John Baldwin Francis Goston Roger Jennings John Jennings Francis Merrick Thomas Harrison John Walker of Hillenden James Chadwick William Mellith James Southaby Henry Hawley Christopher Clitherow William [Glaston (fn. 50) ] Nicholas Grice John Davenport Richard Parker Robert Beale Robert Newdigate Henry Collins Thomas Pearcehouse Henry Reynell Thomas Wood Leonard Hammond Charles Duncomb Daniell Fox John Jones Thomas Bridall Thomas Manning Daniell Proctor John Slater Humphrey Ethrington Henry Barker Esq[uire] Clerke of the Crowne Josias Clarke Robert Sheffeild Thomas Henslow Thomas Methold John Creed Gregory King Henry Spilman Anthony Caldecott Thomas Webb Thomas Henslow Thomas Alston Francis Brand Richard Tayler Anthony Nurse Thomas Southern Thomas Greggs Edward Allen John Raymond Richard Craddock Isaac Honeywood Paul Jodrell Esq[uire] Clerke to the House of Commons Richard Aston Thomas Harriott Thomas Hall James Dwey Thomas Smith William Culliford Jeffery Nightingall William Withers John Perry Edward Northy Francis Tyson Reginall Bracknall Thomas Cooke Thomas Casse Thomas Johnson Lucy Knightley Peter Bundue William Willis Charles Fox George Bourne William Johnson Nathaniell Owen Esquires Captaine Williams William Wilby Esq[uire] Captaine John North Captaine William Field George Ford William Wakelin Henry Russell Richard Savill Henry Risby Henry Dethick Joseph Blissett Ralph Bucknell Esquires John Leneve Thomas Beach William Northey Daniell Sheldon Peter Knight Henry Hassard Samuell Bluck Richard Milner Narcissus Lutterell Francis Twisden William Bridges Thomas Hobbs Robert Heyton Esquires William Freeman of St Giles Esq[uire] Thomas Simpson Esq[uire] John Vandenbend John Hungerford John Plummer William Thursby Esquire Prothonataries of the Court of Common Pleas at Westminster John Cooke and Thomas Winserd William Tempest Francis Browne Samuell Somerford Edmond Griffin Roger Stoughton Samuell Bucke William Etterick Esq[uire] Edward Bide Bartholimew Cauxter Ralph Bide Hugh Simpson John Crosse Albian Chare Thomas Milward Robert Clerkson Foot Onslow Roger Gillengam Charles Bouxton Francis Thacker Edward Noell Robert Frampton James Chadwicke Richard Haly James Curdrow Thomas Chambers Robert Hastings Samuell Trotman Richard Holford Leonard Sowersby Samuell Knowles Peter Lugg Gregory King Arthur Bernardiston Francis Negus Craven Peyton Thomas Owen Joseph Offley Erasmus Smith Esquires William Bird John Methwen Phillip Mitchell Charles Hawtry Francis Astby Dixon of Fesse Abraham Wareing William Fenn Richard Lugg William Walker Henry Cave senior Henry Cave junior Nathaniell Lacy Henry Burdett of Tottenham William Bamfield Richard Cheslin William Webb Thomas Harris Abraham Nelson Robert Skinner John Hooker Ambrose Isted Anthony Guydott George Edwards Carew Guydott Gentlemen The Commissioners of the Excise for the time being Henry Lamb Gentleman Nathaniell Hilton John Hastings Richard Adams Gentlemen Hugh Hammersley John Bradford William Whitacre Anthony Withers Samuell Trotman John Cannon John Bayley John Meridale Robert Longland Francis Barry James Alter William Warr John Bourne Robert Cowden Gent. Captaine Richard [Cheyne (fn. 51) ] George Board Nathaniell Montage John Goldsborow Thomas Gromble Gentlemen Captaine John Field Ralph Cowle Mr Palmer Mr Midleton John Hayley John Fauntheroy Edward Fuller Robert [Hedding (fn. 52) ] Tanner Arnold John Crosier Peter Bourdeux Peter Lekew Paul Dockminicke William Warr William Goodenough Thomas Jackson William Blacaller Gentlemen Captaine Batson Henry Nurse John Woodfine John Brumell Thomas Greeves Thomas Grimble Thomas Wale Thomas Wilcox John Field Robert [Crowden (fn. 53) ] Thomas Rudd Gentlemen Isaac Foxcroft Esq[uire] Captaine John Nicholson Mr William Snelling Captaine John Andrewes Collonell Edward Proger Nicholas Barbone Esq[uire] Thomas Owen John Hall Gent. Thomas Glover [of (fn. 54) ] Hackney Esq[uire] Sir Bartholimew Showers Charles Toll Esquire Charles Fox Esq[uire] John Cash junior Francis Hooper Richard Cheyney Thomas Thornberry Captaine Edmond Noble Edward Weaver Captaine William Parish Richard Wilday Richard Auberry William Benson Gentlemen.

For the City of Westminster and Liberties thereof

The Right Honourable Richard Hampden Esq[uire] one of Their Majesties most Honourable Privy Councill William Lord Eland Sonne and Heire Apparent of the Marquesse of Hallifax Edward Lord Cornbury Sonne and Heire Apparent to the Earle of Clarendon Anthony Lord Faulkland of the Kingdome of Scotland Sir Robert Howard Knight and Edward Russell Esq[uire] two of Their Majestyes most Honourable Privy Councill Craven Howard Esquire Sir John Lowther of Whitehaven Sir Samuell Grimston Baronets Sir Thomas Clarges Sir Joseph Seymour Sir William Poultney Knights Sir Walter Clarges Baronet Richard Morley Esquire The Honourable Phillip Howard Esq[uire] Sir John Cutler Baronet Thomas Done Brooke Bridges John Phelips Esquires Sir Roger Langley Baronet Hugh Squire James Vernon Charles Twitty Bartholimew Fillingham William Lownds Robert Squib Robert Bredon Humphrey Maston Charles Toll Robert Knott Gent. Charles Bonithon Francis Carew Thomas Watkins Richard Newman Esq[uire] Ralph Marshall Gent. Sir John Elwes Knight James Sheffeild Esq[uire] Sir Phillip Meadowes Knight John Creed William Ball John Milner Esquires Richard Milner Gentleman John Roydhouse Gent. Sir John Nicholas Knight Benjamin Cooling Esq[uire] Wynne William Hewers Esq[uire] Dionesius Andrews Gent. Edmond Woodroffe Gent. John Cleare Joha Smallbone Nehemiah Arnold Gent. Sir Joseph Williamson Knight Sir Thomas Litleton Baronet Sir Charles Cotterell Sir Stephen Fox Knights Sir John Cotton Baronet William Harboard Esq[uire] Sir Thomas Mompesson Sir Cerill Wich Sir Charles Ohara Knights Sir Richard Temple Knight of the Bath Sir Robert Pye Baronet Sir Christopher Musgrave Sir William Orpe Sir Christopher Wrenn Knights [Henry Guye Esq[uire] the honourable Sir Henry Goodricke and Sir Henry Capell Knights (fn. 55) ] Sir James Hayes Knight William Bridgman Esq[uire] Collonell Thomas Sackvile Richard Rider Gent. Walter Bridall Thomas Neale Bernard Granvile Christopher Vane Esquires Henry Fredericke Thinne Mathew Locke Michaell Babington John Currance Simon Smith Esquires Gerrard Cotter Thomas Templeman Morrice Hunt James Chace Josua Drayner George Cooper John Haynes Phillip Ryley Gent. Collonell Richard Binns Edmund Ogar John Lug Richard Wheeler Richard Lassells Michaell Arnold Gent. David Crawford Esq[uire] Charles Rampaine Sir Miles Cooke Sir Humphrey Winch Knights Andrew Lawrence Esq[uire] William Shaw Esq[uire] John Tully Ralph Hutchinson Marke Lawne William Richards Gent. Richard Fitz-gerald Gent. William Blathwaite Charles Duncombe Richard Paget Charles Mountague Esquires The Honourable Peregrine Bertie and Charles Bertie Edmund Waller William Cheney Esquires James St Almund Gent. Sir Peter Collaton Baronet John Pottinger Esq[uire] James Smithsby Charles Knott of St Clements Danes John Clayton of the same John Worley Edward Yeomans of the same Richard Cooper John Rossington Matthias Cooper Lewis Prescott John Frost Gent. Simon Smith Merchant John Martin Gent. William Greene ( (fn. 56) ) Richard Heybourne Gent. Erasmus Dryden Gent. Paul Jodrell Clerke of the House of Commons John Hookes Gent. Thomas Browne Francis Negus Richard Fisher Richard Owen Thomas Linacre Phillip Blundell John England William Bolt Gent. Anthony Row Roger Gillingham Francis Gwynne Esquires Richard Stephens Augustine Beare Gent. Robert Wood Michaell Miles Leonard Plucknet Nicholas Martin William Seabrooke Edward Salisbury John Wilson Esquires James Supples John Blundell Edward Hutchins John Anger John Stone Gent. Doctor Mathew Lister Doctor John Radcliffe Roger Jennings Esq[uire] Thomas Payne Esq[uire] Richard Dalton George Farnell Esquires John Vigures George Plucknet Gent. Captaine John Tayler John Clayton of Westminster Spalding Rowland Greenwood Jacques Wiseman Thomas Thorowton Henry Robbins Gent. George Meggott James Fearne Peter Hume Thomas Bridgeman Charles Francklin John Hinder Peter Rudge Thomas Jones Samuell Birch Samuell Pryor Gent. Mr Serjeant Trenchard All the Officers of the Board of Greene Cloath for the time being Sir Robert Marsham Knight Edward Mayne Robert Wood John Cox of Long Acre Gent. Thomas Newport Esq[uire] John Walker Sir William Wogan James Butterby Thomas Mansell Thomas Rider Gent. Sir William Cooper Baronet Sir John Bucknell Knight William Baber Esq[uire] William Blackeller Gent. Sir Thomas Row William Jacob William Read William Willis Gent. Sir Thomas Chambers Knight Edmond Goodwynne Edmund Fuller Roger Gillingham Esquires Thomas Pitt Esq[uire] John Squib Esq[uire] John Morley Michaell Miles Gent. Collonell John Fitz-Patricke John Hastings Esq[uire] Thomas Whitefield Gilbert Herring John Kempe James Francks Gent. Doctor Gideon Harvey Samuell Peacocke Nicholas Pickering Thomas Tukey Nicholas Collins Nicholas Freeman William Gulson Gentlemen Mordett Creherode James Cuningham Thomas Harrison William Jarman Gent. Captaine Henry New Eldred Lancelott Lee Esquires Sir Henry Marwood Baronet Crispe Grange John Desheer of Covent Garden Gent. Henry Priestman James Southerne Esquires Nicholas Barbone Esq[uire] Edward Progers Esq[uire] The three Prothonataries of the Court of Common Pleas for the time being Richard Garth Esq[uire] Thomas Browne Sir George Treby Their Majestyes Attourney Generall Sir John Sommers Their Majesties Sollicitor Generall Thomas Owen Esq[uire] Humphry Hetherington Esq[uire] The Commissioners of the Excise for the time being Nathaniell Hilton John Hastings Richard Adams Hugh Hammersley John Bradford William Whiteacre Anthony Withers The Burgesses and Assistants for the City and Liberties of Westminster for the time being.

For the County of Monmouth

Charles Lord Marquesse of Worcester Sonne and Heire Apparent of the Duke of Beaufort Sir Charles Kemys Sir Trevor Williams Sir John Morgan Baronets Sir Rowland Gwynne Sir James Herbert Knights Thomas Morgan of Tredegar Richard Lewis John Williams Henry Probert John Arnold Charles Vane John How Thomas Morgan of Llanrumney Charles Price Hopton Williams Henry Morgan of Bodwelty Edmond Morgan Edward Jones Roger Oates George Kemys Edward Perkins John Morgan of Tredegar Lewis Morgan Capell Hanbury Thomas Jones John Floyer John Walter Robert Gunter Charles Hughs James Morgan of Llandilo Charles Morgan of Tredegar George Lewis of St Peire John Pritchard of Campson Nicholas Parker Christopher Price George Harris Walter Williams Thomas Williams Rodericke Guynne Morgan Chambers David Morgan Mathew Powell Henry Tomkins Richard Roberts John Scudamore of Kentchurch Nicholas Arnold Richard [Scudamore (fn. 57) ] James Morgan Edward Kemys William Blethin John Lewis of Istenhill Esquires John Cacthmy John Morgan of Bechlendeg Rowland Williams Matthias Bird Walter Aldey Robert Jones Charles Williams Nehemiah Williams John Morgan of Winnistow John Cragg Walter Fortune William Morgan Theophilus Reynolds Richard Jones Walter Cicill Edward Hamlin Gent. of Langston John Jones Roger Williams John Harris of Burgavenny William Powell of Poole Hall Richard Vaughan Francis Williams Morgan Thomas John Watkins Trevor Merricke William Evans William Price John Gwillams Francis Pritchard Nathaniell Rogers Sheldon Powell Hugh Harris Ezra Water William Seys Charles Jones of Magar Henry Ovald William Pritchard of Llangattocke William George of the same John Morgan of Llandewy James Springett Michaell Bohun. Clarke of Gracedew Henry Rumsey of Woesnewton Gent. The Mayor of Monmouth The Mayor of Newport The Bayliffe of Abbergavenny The Portreve of Uske Henry Milborne Esquire John Philpott Thomas Williams Roger Kemys Peregrine Lewis William Gore Esq[uire] Thomas Foley Esq[uire].

For the County of Norfolke

Sir Robert Bacon Sir Henry Hobert Sir Robert Drury Sir John Holland Sir Augustine Palgrave Sir John Pettus Sir Robert Kempe Sir Jacob Astley Knight and Baronet Sir Roger Potts Sir Thomas Ward Sir William Cooke Sir Edmond Doyley Sir Charles Adams Sir Peter Gleane [Sir Nicholas Gerrard Sir John Mordant (fn. 58) ] Sir Thomas Hare Baronets Sir Nevill Catlin Sir Francis Guybon Sir William Rant Sir John Turner Sir Cirill Wich Sir Edward Chisenhall Sir Phillip Skippon Sir Robert Clayton Knights Thomas Knivet Robert Walpoole Richard Verney of Kirby John [Herbert (fn. 59) ] Edmund Woodhouse John Knivet John Woodhouse James [Heste. (fn. 60) ] Robert Wardell Peircy Freake John Hearne Joachim Matthews William Stone John Jay Robert Coney Gabriell Armiger Robert Sucklin Phillip Bedingfield Richard Wyth Francis Gardner John Warkhouse Phillip Astley Charles Legrosse Edward Soame John Norris Daniell Bedingfield Christopher Crow Robert Wilson Edward Wilson Erasmus Earle Francis Repps John Repps Charles Wright Riches Browne Henry Negus Robert Hearne Robert Davy Arthur Branthwaite Nathaniell Simonds Edmund Britiffe George England Edmund Lambe Hatton Berners Robert Day John Aide Thomas Wright Hugh Hovell Edward Le Strange William Oldfield Clement Hearne Robert Gooch Clement Gooch Thomas Townshend John Thurston Thomas Bulwer Brigg Fountaine William Branthwait John Cropley Isaac Preston Robert Bransby Benjamin England Francis Negus Richard Carter John Brewster James Hoste junior Thomas Rant Robert Doughty Augustin Briggs Samuell Fuller Robert London of Loddon Oliver Neeve John Anguish Mundiford Spelman Leonard [Mayes (fn. 61) ] Francis Thorisby Gascoin Weld Anthony Freston Thomas Talbott John Richmond Edward Osborne Gardiner Hewitt John Minga Robert Buxton William Sidley Israell Long Thomas Blowfield Robert Stileman Francis Dusgate Doctor Pepper John Page Richard Ferrier Lucy Blackman George Vernon Henry Oxburgh Roger Jennings John Castle Edward Bulwer Robert Jermey John Houghton Brampton Gourdon Jonathan Symonds William Rudin Thomas Sanders Ralph Hare James Ward Thomas Baysepoole Thomas Crick Charles Turner junior Brograve John Birkin Benjamin Dethicke Thomas Newman Roger Jennings Denzell Onslow Edward Earle Christopher Layer Francis Long Thomas Peirson James Hobart Robert Fiske Francis Neve Edmond Anguish Phillip Vincent Humphry Rant William Stafford.

For the City and County of the City of Norwich

The Mayor for the time being Robert Davy Esq[uire] Recorder Robert Ward Esq[uire] Steward Thomas Blowfield Esq[uire] Hugh Bockengam Esquire The two Sheriffes for the time being Thomas Wise Robert Bendish Robert Freeman John Low Nicholas Helwys Francis Gardiner William Salter Phillip Stebbing John Wrench Thomas Cooke Jeremy Vinn John Mann Esquires Robert Cooke Leonard Osborne Augustine Briggs Nicholas Bickerdike John Ward John Levrington William Guybon Michaell Beverley Samuell Workhouse Thomas Postle Lawrence Goodwin Aldermen Doctor Fairfax Deane of Norwich Doctor Pepper Thomas Townesend Francis Bacon Thomas Bacon John Mingay Arthur Branthwaite Esquires John Barnham John [Deersley (fn. 62) ] John Minkerell Gent..

For the Burrough of Great Yarmouth

The Bayliffes for the time being George England Esquire ( (fn. 63) ) Robert Bransby Esq[uire] Peter Caulier George Ward Thomas England Benjamin England Thomas Bradford John Robbins John Ferrier Nathaniell Simonds Thomas Godfrey John Gayford Gabriell Ward John Andrews Anthony Ellis senior Richard Ferrier John Burton senior Thomas Ellis Robert Bernard Benjamin Steadman Henry Thompson Anthony Ellis junior John Gunnell Joseph Cottman Benjamin Engell Thomas Lovell Aldermen.

For the Burrough of Kings Lynn.

The Mayor for the time being Sir John Turner Knight Daniell Bedingsfield Esq[uire] Recorder Benjamin Holley Giles Bridgeman Robert Sparrow John Kidd Edmond Hooke Benjamin Keene Ciprian Anderson Henry Framingham William Linstead Henry Bell Aldermen Charles Turner Gent. Robert Payne.

For the Burrough of Thetford

The Honourable William Harbord Esq[uire] Sir John Holland Baronet Sir Francis Guibon Knight Baptist May Esquire Wormely Hethersett William Cropley John Thurston Charles Wright Thomas Wright Maurice Kendall John Draper Edmund Winwood Thomas Smith Robert Caudle Esquires.

For the County of Northampton

Sir Andrew St John Baronet John Parkhurst Esq[uire] William Brownlow Esquire [Gibert (fn. 64) ] Dolben Esq[uire] Sir Thomas Samwell Baronet Sir William Langham Knight Sir William Egerton Knight of the Bath John Blencow Sergeant at Law Thomas Andrews Esq[uire] Sir James Langham Knight and Baronet Sir John Holman Baronet The Right Honourable William Harbord Esq[uire] Sir Benjamin Bathurst Knight Christopher Jeffries Esq[uire] Arthur Brookes Esq[uire] Thomas Maidwell Esq[uire] Robert Barton Gent. Sir William Farmer Baronet Francis Arundell Esq[uire] Francis Crane Esq[uire] Thomas Jennings Gent. Samuell Rolt Gentleman Henry Benson Esq[uire] Richard Boteler senior Esq[uire] John Combs Esq[uire] William Adams of Charwelton Esq[uire] John Winston Esq[uire] Edmond Bromwich Gent. Thomas Bretton Gent. Sir William Craven Knight Sir Roger Cave Baronet John Browne Esq[uire] Clerke of the Parliaments William Bateman Esq[uire] Edward Ladkin Esq[uire] John Bridges Esq[uire] Sir James Long Baronet John Weaver William Fleetwood Thomas Mulsho Thomas Catesby William Wilmore Goddard Pemberton Esq[uire] The Mayor of Higham Ferrers for the time being Sir Rice Rudd Baronet Thomas Ekins Esq[uire] William Boteler John Wiseman Francis Harvey Thomas Trist William Elmes Hatton Compton Esquires Jacob Dancer Gent. Henry Rushton Richard Rainsford John Thornton Gerard Gore Robert Breton Henry Bacon Robert Heselrige Esquires Salathiell Lovell Serjeant at Law Daniell Danvers Doctor in Physicke Sir John Pickering Baronet Sir Mathew Dudley Baronet Jeffery Palmer of Stoke Doyle Esq[uire] Sidney Wortley alias Mountague Esq[uire] Lord Fitz Williams the Honourable Charles Bertie Esq[uire] Sir John Elwes Knight Noah Neale Esq[uire] Henry Neale Esq[uire] John Royley Esquire William Clarke Esq[uire] Thomas Hacke Esq[uire] John Carrier Gent. John Dickenson Esq[uire] John Wilebore Gent. Thomas Deacon Gentleman Sir Justinian Isham Baronet Edward Saunders Esq[uire] Harold Kinnesman Esq[uire] John Hendon Esq[uire] Bernard Walcott Thomas Colthurst Esq[uire] Mathew Orlebar Gent. Francis Lane John Creede Andrew Lant Charles Midleton James Robinson Hanbury of Kelwash Robert Mansell John Allicocke Thomas Langham Esquires Sir Pope Danvers Sir Robert Dryden Baronets William Lisle Robert Dormer Samuell Trist John Bagshaw John Creswell John Woodhall Charles Fox Ambrose Holbech Francis St John Henry Earle of Thomond in the Kingdome of Ireland The Mayor of Brackley for the time being Robert Fruin Gent. Joseph Haines Francis Morgan George Kendricke Edward Stratford William Thursby Harry Ekins William Benson Richard Lockwood Christopher Mountague Henry Farmer Henry Edmonds William Tate Toby Chauncey Esquires Francis Woodhull Gent. Samuell Tryone Esq[uire] John Hodges Gent. Thomas Jackson Esq[uire] the Mayor of Northampton for the time being Robert Heselrige Esq[uire] John Knight Richard Willoughby John Silby John Brafield John Clarke Robert Ives John Lucas Richard White.

For the County of Northumberland

The Right Honourable Charles Lord Morpeth Sonne and Heire Apparent to the Earle of Carlisle The Honourable Charles Mountague Esq[uire] The Honourable Ralph Gray Esq[uire] Sir Ralph Delavall Sir John Heron Sir William Midleton Sir Thomas Lorraine Sir Robert Eden Sir William Blacket Sir Francis Lyddell Baronets Sir Ralph Jennison Sir Robert Fenwicke Sir Richard Neale Sir Francis Blake Knights Ralph Delavall William Foster Phillip Bickerstaffe Roger Fenwicke Phillip Babington Thomas Foster John Shaftoe John Salkeild Robert Mitford of Sighell Thomas Forster of Cornwall Thomas Collingwood Thomas Beach John Blackiston John Hindmarsh Robert Bewicke John Carnaby William Strother of Foberry William Ogle William Carr Michaell Welden Henry Holmes Francis Addison Charles Howard Joseph Carr Patrecius Crow William Reevely George Delavall ThomasBlenkinshipp Robert Hebron John Bacon John Blacket Robert Lawson Thomas Allgood Robert Shaftoe George Collingwood Esquires Robert Lisle John Proctor Richard Forster John Coulson Samuell Salkeild William Ramsey of Brinckbourne William Strother of Grindon Rigg Francis Forster John Gray of Howicke The Bayliffes of Morpeth for the time being Robert Fenwicke Ralph Gray of Backworth George Lawson John Fenwicke Ralph Brandling Gilbert Parke George Wilson Ralph Anderson William Pierson Thomas Grey John Storey Gent. Sir Orlando Gee Knight Robert Mitford of Mitford Esq[uire] Circies Swinbourne Esq[uire] John Rogers Thomas Burrell of Broome Parke Gent. Robert Lisle of Hazen.

For the Towne and County of the Towne of Newcastle upon Tyne.

William Ramsey Esq[uire] Mayor Sir Robert Shaftoe Knight Recorder Sir William Blacket Baronet Sir Ralph Carr Knight Timothy Davison Esq[uire] George Moreton Timothy Robson Nicholas Fenwicke William Aubeny Nicholas Ridley William Carr William Proctor Thomas Wasse Sheriffes Esquires Aldermen.

For the Burrough of Berwicke upon Tweede

The Mayor for the time being Sir Francis Blake Knight Samuell Ogle Phillip Babbington Esquires Anthony Compton John Luck Stephen Jackson Edward Nelson John Sleath Robert Watson Marke Scott Cuthbert Brady Christopher Francklin William Scott.

For the County of Nottingham

The Right Honourable Patricius Lord Viscount Chaworth of the Kingdome of Ireland The Right Honourable William Lord Eland Sonne and Heire Apparent to the Marquesse of Halifax The Honourable Anchitall Grey Esq[uire] The Honourable William Byron Esq[uire] Sir Thomas Willoughby Sir Thomas Parkins Baronets Sir Scroope How Sir William Stanhope Knights Francis Pierpoint William Sacheverell Richard Mansfeild Thomas Lewis William Williams Phillip Laycock Charles Hutchinson Phillip Sherrard Esquires John Kerchavell Peter Broughton junior William Woolhouse Richard Janes of Eperston Thomas Barret Henry Bainbridge Thomas Sharpe of Barnby Henry Sherbrooke Gentlemen William Burnell Arthur Warren Richard Slater Gilbert Millington Robert Sherbrooke Francis Mouleneux Esquires Sir Ralph Knight ( (fn. 65) ) Francis Stringer John Reyner Charles Stanhope William Pinckney Darcy Moulineux John Digby John Thornhough John White Nicholson of Marnham John Knight Richard Tayler Edward Melish William Harbord Francis Sandis Jervis Eyre John Clarkson William Simpson Thomas Charlton Esquires Thomas Bristowe John Storey Jeremiah Halfehead Gentlemen The Mayor of Newarke for the time being The [Six (fn. 66) ] Senior Aldermen of Newarke Doctor Yarborough Samuell Ellis Timothy Ellis Stow of Newarke Snell William Clay of Newarke Gentlemen The Bayliffes of Retford for the time being William Lane William Dunstou Simon Woolby George Wharton Charles Jenners Ward Thomas Sharpe William Hyde Gentlemen William Sterne Gent. Doctor Cromwell Palmes Hills Gent..

For the Towne and County of the Towne of Nottingham.

John Hawkins Esq[uire] Mayor George Langford Charles Harvey Joseph Turpin Thomas Collins John Hydes John Crispe Aldermen Francis Pierpoint James Farewell John Dand Richard Mansfield George Gregory Samuell Staples Esquires William Graves Thomas Trigg Ralph Bennet John Hoe John Sherwin William Drury Gentlemen.

For the County of Oxford

Anthony Lord Viscount Faulkland of the Kingdome of Scotland Robert Lord Viscount Tiviott of the Kingdome of Scotland Mountague Lord Norris Sonne and Heire Apparent to James Earle of Abingdon The Right Honourable Richard Hampden Chancellor of the Exchequer one of His Majesties most Honourable Privy Councill The Honourable Henry Bertie Esq[uire], Sir John Cope Sir Robert Jenkinson Sir [Fairmedon (fn. 67) ] Penniston Sir William Walter Sir Edward Read Sir William Glynne Sir Edmond Fettiplace Sir Litleton Osbaldiston Sir Robert Dashwood Sir John Holman Sir Thomas Litleton Sir John Doyley Sir Thomas Cobb Sir James Chamberlaine Sir William Rich Sir Robert Barkham Sir Richard Temple Knight of the Bath Sir Henry Ashurst Baronets Sir Edward Hungerford Knight of the Bath Sir Edward Norreys Sir Timothy Tyrrell Sir Thomas Tipping Sir James Hayes Sir Thomas Clayton Sir Thomas Rowe Sir Sebastion Smith Sir William Whitlocke Sir Edmund Warcup Knights Anthony Hungerford Thomas Tipping Richard Libb Edward Barry John Stone Carlton Stone John Hampden George Alnutt Henry Alnutt Francis Clarke William Lenthall John Dormer George Chamberlaine William Cannock Thomas Hoard William Bayley John Croake Harry Cole Henry Heylin Robert Perrot James Perrott Richard Powell William Pudsey Robert Sheppard Thomas Coghill Henry Hall John Wallis Adam Springall Robert Jennings Thomas Brightman Simon Harcourt Thomas Wheate Robert Mayott Alexander Denton Edmond Goodier Joseph Rawlinson Esquires Henry Ailworth Henry Beeson Edward Masters Doctors in Law Doctor Henry Morris Charles Holloway John West William Oakley Ralph Holt Humphrey Wickham John [Gunne (fn. 68) ] Lenthall Trotman John Bray John Danvers [Sonnybanke (fn. 69) ] Veysay Roger Price Thomas Woodhall William Sacheverell Henry Peacocke Samuell Trotman Thomas Crispe of Darnford George Tipping of Draycott James Herbert Esq[uire]uries William Tipping of Ewelme Esq[uire], Richard Bredioake Lacy Osbaldiston William Blake Bartholomew Harris John Parsons George Woodward John Wickham Gregory of Horley George Cave Simon Whorwood [Deane (fn. 70) ] John Carey Thomas Rowney Richard Tayler of Wilscott Francis Knapp Robert Parsons Henry Streete Henry Stephens Thomas Carter Gilbert Jackson John Scriblehill John Hickford Francis Greenway Richard Evans Anthony Evans Thomas Greenwood Thomas Napper Richard Thompson Nicholas Busby Hawkins of Milton Sutton Coghill John Coghill Martin May John Wheeler John Crispe Lawrence Lord John Croker John Dodwell John Wise of Drayton John Smith Giles Diston Thomas Rolles Richard Croke Richard Blackhall George Gooding of Latchford John Moreton Robert Standard Bezaliell Knight Gentlemen Francis Norreys John Nurse Esquires William Jeffy Gent. Sir Henry Fane Knight of the Bath Francis Drake Gent. The Mayor Aldermen and Towne Clerke of the Towne of Woodstock for the time being The Mayor Steward Recorder Aldermen and Towne Clerke of Banbury for the time being The Warden of Henley for the time being The Bayliffes of Chipping Norton Burford and Witney for the time being Arthur Waren Esq[uire], John Croker Gent. John Winlow Edward Whistler of Gathampton Gent..

For the University of Oxford

Doctor Jonathan Edwards Vice Chancellor The Honourable Heneage Finch Esq[uire], The Honourable William Leopald Finch Warden of All Souls Sir Thomas Clarges Knight Sir Thomas Clayton Warden of Merton Colledge Doctor Henry Aldrich Deane of Christ Church Doctor Henry Beeston Doctor William Levinz Doctor Robert Say Doctor Timothy Halton Doctor William Jane Canon of Christ Church Doctor William Levett Doctor John Hamond Doctor John Hall Doctor Ralph Bathurst Doctor Thomas Turner Doctor [Thomas (fn. 71) ] Bourchire Doctor Richard Lydell The Proctors for the time being Mr. Benjamin Cooper John Haslewood John Crosse John Fulks George Thompson Thomas Moore Thomas Bartlett.

For the City of Oxford

The Mayor for the time being The Honourable Henry Bertie Esq[uire]; Sir Edward Norreys Knight Sir John Cope Sir Robert Jenkinson Sir John Doyley Sir Robert Dashwood Baronets Sir William Walker Knight John Townesend Thomas Fifeild and Thomas Eustace Aldermen William Wright Recorder Collonell Henry Cope Tobias Browne John Bowell John Croney Thomas Hunsden Edward Combs Charles Holloway John Bateman Esquires Charles Harris Gent˜ Edward Prince Towne Clerke Sir Robert Harrison Thomas Bee The Bayliffes for the time being.

For the County of Rutland

The Right Honourable Bennett Lord Sherrard of the Kingdome of Ireland the Honourable John Noell Esq[uire] Sir Thomas Mackworth Baronet Sir Thomas Barker Baronet William Palmes Bennet Sherrard John Verney Samuell Browne Eusebius Boswell Charles Halford Christopher Browne Edward Fawkner Edward Hosman Robert Markworth Anthony Palmer Edward Browne Clement Breton Cornelius Burton John Weaver Charles Tirrell Wellesborne Sill Armine Bullingham Edward Fawkner junior Marsh of Tinwell John Flavill Richard Snow Thomas Hayes Esq[uire]uires Richard Mathew Andrew Burton John Baker Gentlemen.

For the County of Salop

The Right Honourable Sir John Trevor Knight Speaker of the House of Commons and First Lord Commissioner for the Custodie of the Great Seale The Honourable Richard Newport Esq[uire], The Honourable Andrew Newport Esq[uire], Sir Henry Litleton Sir William Levison Gower Sir William Whitmore Sir Humphrey Briggs Sir John Corbett Sir Francis Lawley Sir Uvedale Corbet Sir Edward Acton Sir Thomas Litleton Sir Job Charlton Sir William Williams Sir Thomas Woolrich Baronets Sir Thomas Travell Sir William Lacon C hilde Sir Thomas Jones Sir Adam Oatley Sir Robert Owen Sir William Forrester Knights Jervas Pierpoint William Fowler Francis Charlton of Apply John Charlton John Walcutt Charles Manwaring Arthur Manwaring Francis Forrester Edward Leighton Richard Lister Edward Kinaston of Oatley Edward Kinaston of Harley John Kinaston Phillip Prince Henry Herbert Francis Herbert Edward Owen of Condover George Weld Humphrey Briggs William Oakley Robert Corbet Thomas Rocke John Coates Richard Moore Walter Wareing Charles Baldwin [Robert (fn. 72) ] Coates Robert Cressett Robert [Owens (fn. 73) ] Roger Pope senior Roger Pope junior Thomas Lloyd Richard Creswell John Lacon Thomas Oatley Litleton Powis Henry Newton Francis Charlton of Whitton Thomas Cornwall Bartholomew Lutly Thomas Hanmer Henry Davenport Eldred Lancelott Leigh Thomas Langley Robert Harley Thomas Child Thomas Spratt William Williams John Huxley John Chetwin Edward Kerry Orlando Nicholls Richard Mitton Edward Cludd Rowland Hunt Henry Powell Jonathan Langley Thomas Lister Thomas Lister junior Thomas Edwards Richard Corbett Robert Clowes William Gower John Tayleur Thomas Burton Thomas Smalman Soudley Eaton Robert Piggott Thomas Winfield Thomas Mackworth John Edwards of Rorington John Powell Thomas Powell John Warter Francis Barkley Arthur Weaver James Grove Thomas Jobber Robert Lloyd John Whitehall Henry Mitton William Hayward Henry Barret Edward Jennings Edward Whitchcott Richard Carew Edward Owen of Pully William Jones Charles Herbert Ralph Browne Thomas Sandford Job Walker Edward Dunn the younger Thomas Seaverne William Adams senior William Adams junior The Mayor of Salop for the time being The Mayor of Ludlow for the time being The Bayliffes of Bridgenorth for the time being The [Bayliffes (fn. 74) ] of Bishops Castle for the time being The Bayliffe of Wenlocke for the time being The Mayor of Oswestry for the time being John Hill Richard Hosier Buckly Mackworth Richard Salter Edward Gosnell Roger Griffith Jonathan Scott Collins Woolrich Richard Muckleston Robert Wood Thomas Owen Charles Kinaston Simon Hanmer John Cole of Shrewsbury Esq[uire] Robert Gorton Gen˜ Thomas Acton Edward Mitton William Leeke Samuell Woolleston Richard Betton Adam Wareing Richard Deaves William Grosvenor Richard Jenkins Samuell Bowdler John Langley of the Amias Thomas Crompton Lancelott Stephens John Mason of Much Wenlock John Bright Edward Pully Thomas Hawkes Thomas Sabry Thomas Hill of Aleaston John Atkinson Doctor of Physicke Timothy Hassall Samuell Sandiford George Chambre Jonathan Wingfield John Latham George Walker William Kinaston Phillip Cole Thomas Jones Edward Ketleby junior Sheppard of Bitterly Francis Boycott Richard Ridley Robert Smith John Fowler Thomas Mason Thomas Hincks William Bridgen Richard Walker Thomas Wickstead Richard Bradley Alexander Midleton Edward Matthews Humphrey Owen Samuell Hunt John Parker Arthur Tonge John Clarke Richard Jenks of Drayton Gent. Thomas Jones Councellor at Law.

For the City and County of the City of Bristoll

Sir John Knight Knight Mayor William Pawlet Recorder Sir Richard Hart Sir Richard Crumpe Sir William Clutterbooke Sir William Hayman Sir William Merricke Knights Sir William Cann Baronet John Hicks William Crabb Joseph Creswicke Abraham Saunders William Swimmer Richard Lane Thomas Day William Jackson Arthur Hart Robert Henley Esquires Edward Fielding William Downeing Esquires Robert Doubting John Yeomans Sheriffes John Dutton Colt George Hart Nathaniell Driver Edmund Arundell Giles Merricke James Twiford Robert Yate George Morgan Edward Tocknell John Sandford Samuell Wallis John Hine Thomas Cole John Bubb John Blackwell John Rumsey Robert Henley Thomas Edwards John Duddlestone Esquires.

For the County of Somersett.

John Lord Viscount Fitzharding of the Kingdome of Ireland Sir Edward Seymour Sir John Sidenham Sir John Smith Sir Edward Wyndham Sir John Trevillian Sir Francis Warr Sir John St Barbe Sir William Cann Sir [Haswell (fn. 75) ] Tinte Baronets Sir Edward Phelipps Sir Thomas Bridges Sir William Bassett Sir George Norton Sir Richard Hart Sir John Knight Sir Charles Carteret Sir William Wogan Their Majestyes Serjeant at Law Sir Thomas Travell Knights Henry Portman George Horner Edward Gorges Nathaniell Palmer Edward Berkley Hopton Wyndham John Hunt Henry Bull John Speak John Sanford Alexander Lutterell Edward Clarke Joseph Langton William Hellyar senior William Hellier junior Henry Rolle Warwicke Bampfield John Piggott Edward [Baber (fn. 76) ] William Gore William Lacy George Long Thomas Chasin Edmond Windham Baldwin Mallett John Blewet of Helcombe Thomas Beere of Huntsham Thomas Carew Henry Gould William Ettericke William Strode John Harrington Richard Morgan Edward Hobbs Charles Steynings Thomas Moore James Prowse Henry Roynon John Champney Henry Henley Richard Crosse William Coward William Phellips William Helyard of Sea Anthony Stocker Henry Lyte George Clerke Thomas Strode of Mapperton Anthony Stocker Henry Mompesson Thomas Mompesson Robert Siderfin Samuell [Gorgers (fn. 77) ] Ferrers. Grisley William Harbin John Blewet of Knowle John How Andrew Crosse James Cade George Doddington of Doddington George Doddington of Wells George Musgrave senior George Musgrave junior Robert Long Richard Elsworth Esquires William Davy Esq[uire] Francis Vaughan Richard Lansdowne Thomas Dike Edward Dike of Kings Brompton William Catford John Worth William Player William Westley William Hughes Richard Jones of Stowy John Huddy senior John Huddy junior James Twiford Richard Cox Samuell Cable John Sandis Thomas Gale Roger Leversage John Creswicke William Whitechurch senior William Whitechurch junior John Burland Samuell Horner John [Strarchy (fn. 78) ] Edmond Bowyer George Prater Francis Holles Ettericke Cadwallader Jones Nicholas Francis Henry Winter Thomas Sambourne Phillip Bennett Edward Thurstone John Acourt senior John Acourt junior William Lucy Thomas Ledgingham William Champney Thomas Sumner of Wellow Samuell Raymond Robert Blake Matthias Hanvill Robert Pearse. Doctor of Phisicke John Blinman of Willitton Thomas Beach William Lyde senior Cornelius Lyde Edmond Bourne John Everad William Bolton Blagdon of Wilton Thomas Compton James Blanchard Thomas Langdon Edward Bacon John Keyne John Mere Henry Proctor Benjamin Gifford of Harsington Thomas Hawker Esquire⋅ William Bidygood Richard Wyatt John Frind Francis Hubbard Richard Snow John Smith Nicholas Marshall Thomas Baker Thomas Groves Thomas Towell.

For the City of Wells

The Mayor for the time being William Coward Recorder George Doddington Esq[uire] William Hughes William Westly John Davies Richard Thomas.

For the Burrough of Bridgewater

The Mayor for the time being Alexander Popham Alderman John Gilbert senior Alderman John Harvey of the Castle Francis Tuthill Roger Hore.

For the City of Bath

The Mayor for the time being Robert Peirce Doctor of Phisicke John Masters Walter Gibbs John Bush Robert Chapman Edward Bushell Benjamin Baber John Stibbs Walter Hicks John Haward Colloby.

For the County of Stafford

The Right Honourable John Lord Viscount Mazarine of the Kingdome of Ireland The Honourable William Ward Esq[uire] High Sheriffe for the County of Stafford The Honourable John Grey Esquire The Honourable Henry Pagett Esq[uire] The Honourable Clotworthy Skeffinton Esquire Sir Thomas Peshall Sir William Levison Gower Sir Thomas Wilbraham Sir Walter Wortesley Sir Walter Bagott Sir Henry Litleton Sir Edward Litleton Sir Charles Wolseley Sir Francis Lawley Sir John Bower Sir Thomas Bellott Sir Michaell Biddolph Baronets Sir Bryan Broughton Knight and Baronet Sir Henry Gough Sir Charles Skrimshire Sir John Floyer Knights Sir Edward Hungerford Knight of the Bath Walter Chetwind William Chetwind Sir John Turton Knight one of the Barons of the Exchequer John Chetwind Thomas Broughton Edward Litleton Robert Burdett Robert Wolseley Thomas Lawley Edward Birch Serjeant at Law Jonathan Cope Richard Dyott Thomas Foley Phillip Foley William Sneyd of Keel Ralph Sneyd junior Thomas Lane Humphrey. Wirley Robert Leveson Rowland Okeover John Lawton George Rodney Bridges Thomas Kinnersley Henry Vernon William Crompton John Every Thomas Rudyard John Hoo William Parker senior George Parker William Parker junior John Swinfen Thomas Birch William Inge Phillip Hollins Mathew Floyer Phillip Pargiter John Grosvenour Charles Cotes William Cotton Francis Wightwicke senior Francis Wightwicke junior John Wightwicke William [Twiton (fn. 79) ] John Bagnall Edward Foden Copwood Hollins Francis Eld Francis Wolferston William Nabbs Richard Piott Thomas Jolliffe William Jolliffe William Milward John Shilton Lambert Bagot John Newton Henry Leigh Phillip Chetwood Tomins Dickens Daniell Watson John Persehouse Charles Blount Michaell Noble Esquires Walter Aston Thomas Whitby William Anson John Huntbach James Wood Peter Warburton William Trafford senior William Trafford junior Thomas Scott Thomas Jevan senior Leicester Barbour Christopher Lea Samuell Pipe Bernard Whaley Edward Short Michaell Brandrith William Jervis Samuell Hunt Walter Fowler Jonas Astley Thomas Pigott Browne of Thornes John Amphlett Browne of Shredicote William Whitby Henry Gilbert Walter Moseley John Baddiley Richard Whitworth Edward Barbour John Young William Vise John Fenton Thomas Milward James Rudyard Roger Fowke John Goreing Richard Drakeford Henry Bracegirdle Gentlemen The Mayor of Stafford for the time being Edward Foden Esquire Recorder William Nabbs Esq[uire] William Feake senior William Feake junior Edward Bird Walter Collins Sampson Birch William Abnet senior John Williamson Humphrey Perrey Gentlemen The Bayliffes of Tamworth for the time being Sir Edward Litleton Baronet Leicester Barbour Nicholas Parker Charles Bainton George Alsop Job Beardsley Samuell Beardsley Gentlemen The Mayor of Newcastle for the time being William Badiley Thomas Hordein William Boughay Samuell Rock William Midleton William [Lawton (fn. 80) ] Gentlemen.

For the City and County of the City of Litchfield

The Bayliffes and Sheriffes for the time being Edmond Hector George Newill Sir Michaell Biddulph Baronet Sir John Floyer Knight Robert Burditt Richard Dyott Phillip Pargiter Richard Pyott Esquires Thomas Hamond John Rawlins Richard Wakefield William Walmesley William Marshall William Potts Richard Burnes Robert Bailey Gent.

For the County of Southampton

The Right Honourable Sir John Trevor Speaker of the House of Commons and First Lord Commissioner for the Custodie of the Great Seale The Right Honourable Charles Lord Marquesse of Winchester Lord Chamberlaine to Her Majestie Sonne and Heire Apparent of Charles Duke of Bolton The Honourable Edward Russell Esq[uire] The Right Honourable Henry Earle of Sterling in the Kingdome of Scotland The Right Honourable William Lord Pawlett second Sonne to the Duke of Bolton Richard Earle of Ranelagh of the Kingdome of Ireland The Honourable James Russell Esq[uire] The Honourable Francis Pawlet Esq[uire] Sir John Mill Sir Hugh [Stewkley (fn. 81) ] Sir Nicholas Steward Sir John Dillington Sir Hele Hooke Sir John Hobby Sir Robert Worseley Sir Andrew Henley Baronets Sir Richard Onslow Baronet Sir Charles Windham Sir William Kingsmill Sir Thomas Higgons Sir Robert Sawyer Sir William Stephens Sir Robert Holmes Sir James Worseley Sir Benjamin Newland Sir Robert Henley Knights Sir John St Barbe Baronet Richard Norton Thomas Jerveis senior George Pitt senior Thomas Hobby Leonard Bilson Esquires John Kent Esquire Henry Rolle Gabriell Whistler Ralph Hastings Henry Wallop Henry Dawley Francis [Morley (fn. 82) ] Fredericke Tilney Richard Holt Richard Whitehead Richard Cobb Charles Cole George Evans White Titchborne John Smith of Tidworth Esquires John Pollen Richard Bishop Richard Chandler John Wallop Thomas Bilson William Bishop Charles Morley Samuell Gawden George Bridges Charles Wither George Abbott John Fawkoner Charles Forrester Thomas Broccas Oliver Cromwell Thomas Jervoise senior John Deane Edward Chute. Henry Bromfeild John Burrard Robert Smith Henry Compton John Venables Henry Hooke Edward Fleming Robert Knollis William Bulkley George Stanley Edward Hooper Arthur Hyde Francis Dickens Esquires Henry Perin Doctor of Phisicke Thomas Miller Richard Stanley Richard Carter Thomas Tutt William Coleman Henry Tulse Richard Love junior George Pitt junior Benjamin Ruddiard Thomas Wither William Norton Robert Mitchell Lawrence Jackson Thomas Bulkley William Battin Roger Bartin Robert Barton George Duke Thomas Smith Thomas Edmonds Thomas Douse of Wallop Thomas Douse of Brooke John Rives of Drayton John Rives of Bransbury Edward Pile Christopher Stokes Peter Blake Thomas Pile junior Thomas Fitz James Esq[uire] John Lisle Mathew Bennet William Guidat Samuell Pitman Charles Dingley Esquires Richard Beele Giles Lyford Robert Love Allen Garway Anthony Guydott Thomas Goddard Edward Rooke Henry Christmas George Wakeford Gentlemen The Mayor of Winton for the time being Ellis Mewes Esq[uire] Anthony. Yalden Godson Penton John Purdue Charles Dingley Paul Burrard Roger Jones Richard Good John Conger Thomas Pinke Henry Sharpe Nicholas Hedger Gentlemen The Mayor of Portsmouth for the time being Lewis Barton Gent. The Bailiffe of Andover for the time being Thomas Brunker Edward Batten John Blakly John Blowes Thomas [Wiltshaw (fn. 83) ] James Grove Henry Curle Richard Hill John Stephens Gentlemen The Mayor of Christ Church The Mayor of Newport for the time being Richard Knight John Worseley Nicholas Lisle John Chapman David Urry of Easton Thomas Urry of Freshwater Thomas Urry of Gatcombe Esquires Eustace Man Robert Leigh John Bowler John Stephens of West Cowes Gent. William Fielder Thomas Dore William Knapton Edward Hales of Newport John White William Pay John Palmer John Hildesley [Esquires (fn. 84) .]

For the Towne and County of the Towne of Southampton.

The Mayor for the time being Sir Giles Eyre Knight one of the Justices of the Kings Bench William Bulkley Esq[uire] John Speede Doctor of Physicke Thomas Cornelius Richard White James Crosse John Lee William Cropp John Smith Adam de Cardonell Christopher Smith Cornelius Markham Robbert Culliford Thomas Bracebridge Richard Hunt William Line alias de Gruchye Leonard Cropp Jacob Ward Thomas Everard.

For the County of Suffolke

Lyonell Lord Huntingtower of the Kingdome of Scotland Sir Adam Felton Sir John Barker Sir John Platers Sir Robert Kempe Sir Simon Dewes Sir John Castleton Sir Dudley Cutham Sir Henry North Sir Jervase Elwayes Sir John Rouse Sir Thomas Allen Sir Thomas Barnardiston Sir John Duke Sir Robert Brooke Sir Phillip Parker Sir Edmond Bacon Sir Samuell Bernardiston Sir Francis Masham Sir Robert Davers Sir Charles Bloyse Sir William Cooke Baronets Sir Charles Gaudy Sir Robert Rich Knights and Baronets Sir Peyton Ventris Sir John Poley Sir Thomas Harvey Sir George Wenyeve Sir Nevill Catelin Sir Henry Johnson Sir Phillip Skippon Sir Joseph Brand Sir Richard Gibbs Sir Cesar Wood alias Cranmer Sir Charles Umfrevill Sir Francis Blundell Knights William Maynard Ptolemy Tollmash Nicholas Bacon [Thomas Holland (fn. 85) ] Thomas Felton Compton Felton Thomas Glemham Thomas Knivite Thomas Tolmash Lyonell Playters Henry Heveningham Thomas Cole William Bridgeman Henry Parker Thomas Theobald William Barker Thomas Waldegrave Francis Barker William Johnson Thomas Tyrrell Edmond Warner John Hunt Esquires John Robinson John. Thurston Richard Norton Robert Maddokes Henry Warner Thomas Aldham Richard Hubbard Henry Polly John Brain Thomas Salter Phillip Bedingfield Robert King Richard Buckingham Hammond L'Estrainge John Scrivener Charles Smith Edward North William Rivat Thomas Edgar James Calthorpe John Cornwallis Francis Novell alias Smith William Crofts Anthony Crofts John Wright Edmond Bence Robert Barker Robert Nanton John Corrance Robert Maltiward Thomas Wright Thomas Roddord Henry Edgar Arthur Bernardiston Laurence Rouse junior Thomas Golding William Glover Thomas Leamon George Fleetwood John Bence Robert Warrein Jacob Garrard Awbrey Porter John Hervey Henry Goldwell Christopher Calthorpe Henry Copinger John Jermy of Sproughton John Jermy of Stutton Anthony Wrath Thomas Tirrell Allen Cotten Edward Alpe Edmund Sheppard John Smith of Parkfield John Hall Thomas Smith William Cullam Thomas Love Robert Davy Thomas Rivett John Beaumont Thomas Smith Nicholas Bragg William Covell Hugh Morice John Whiteacre John Hooke Doctor Thomas Carver William Betts Captaine Finn William Poley Robert Cudon John Catsby John Browne Roger Kerrington Francis Harvey Thomas Neale Thomas Dye Thomas Else Nicholas Freeman Thomas Hastings John Pells Edward Alston John Hodges John Felton Peter Alderman John Hunt John Spink Renaldo Pitfield John Gerling Gregory Clarke William Randall Richard Vesey Thomas Dade Thomas Wright senior Doctor John Bourchier Thomas Barnardiston Samuell Barnardiston Richard Wareing Thomas Brand John Barker of Wickam Robert Jeney Thomas Bright William Hammond Samuell Clarke William Cooke Andrew Warner Francis Brewster John Hill Samuell Blackerby Simon Folke Richard Porter Smith of [Marsford (fn. 86) ] John Brand Esquires Eldred of Saxham John Wild senior Phillip French William Hamond Joseph Hastings Samuell Baker Isaac Rebow Thomas Owen Thomas Aldridge Charles Close William Lucas Thomas Keeper Samuell Pacey Thomas Bendish Bartholomew Soame Esquires William Bright Robert Russell Edward Gaell James Goodwin Thomas Folks John Nicholls senior Francis Heylock Henry Ward Henry North Lawrence Stistead Richard Phillips John Blumfield Robert Clarke William Tye Richard Margatt William [Fold (fn. 87) ] Joseph [Wells (fn. 88) ] Nathaniell Simonds Richard Fryer William Neave William Glascocke Anthony Fisher John Craske junior Robert Chaplin Robert Snelling William Beaumont Captaine Brandling Done of Hadleigh John Artis senior Richard Freestone [Esquires (fn. 89) ] Captaine Young Thomas Scarlet Andrew Brownesmith Thomas Fothergill John Pinchback John Buxton Thomas Michill Nicholas Edgar George Watts Richard Jenkinson Thomas Bright Devereux Edgar.

For the Burrough of Eye

The Bayliffes for the time being Henry Polly Thomas Davinant Thomas Vincent Esq[uire] Thomas Deye senior Henry Edgar Thomas Browne Nathaniell Deye Thomas Deye junior Francis Deye Thomas Brampton Thomas Flowerey Smith Chenerey.

For the Burrough of Sudbury

The Mayor for the time being Sir Thomas Barnardiston Baronet John Robinson Esq[uire] John Catesby John Parish Richard Hobard William Cocke Samuell Abbott William Hazell Thomas Hall Samuell Hazell William Fothergill Robert Chaplin Martin Harris Clement Ray Bernard [Carver (fn. 90) ] Henry Crossman William Hall Robert Gurling Miles Birkett.

For the Burrough of Dunwich

The Bayliffes for the time being Sir Robert Rich Knight and Baronet Sir Phillip Skipon Knight John Benefice John Postle Jeremiah Burlingham William Wetherby Thomas Neale William Betts William Hamond Gentlemen.

For the Burrough of Ipswich

The Bayliffes for the time being Richard Pupplett Robert Manning Sir John Barker Sir Charles Bloise Sir [Peiton (fn. 91) ] Ventris one of Their Majestyes Justices of the Common Pleas Thomas Edgar Recorder Charles Wright Lawrence Stistead Richard Phillips John Burroughs William Neave William Browne John Blomfield John Wade Miles Wallis Henry Sparrow William Tye Robert Clarke Towne Clerke.

For the Burrough of Bury St. Edmonds.

Sir Robert Davers Baronet Henry Goldwell Sir Thomas Harvey Knights Robert Sharpe Richard Preym Aldermen Martin Spenceley Thomas Holland Esquires Thomas Macro senior Recorder for the time being Thomas Macro junior.

For the Burrough of Aldborough

Sir Henry Johnson Knight William Johnson Esq[uire] John Bence Esq[uire] Thomas Neale Esq[uire] John Browne Thomas Wall Edward Wall Alexander Osborne Hitchengam Wright John Burwood Richard Covell Richard Gardener Gen˜ Richard Burwood.

For the Towne of Orford

Sir John Duke Baronet Thomas Glemham Thomas Felton Esq Thomas Hastings Joseph Hastings Thomas Palmer William Morgan.

For the County of Surrey

The Right Honourable Sir Robert Howard one of His Majesties most Honourable Privy Council The Right Honourable Sir [Robert (fn. 92) ] Capell Knight of the Bath one of His Majestyes most Honourable Privy Councill The Honourable Heneage Finch The Honourable Francis Coventry The honourable Percy Kirke Esquires Sir Walter St John Sir Francis Vincent Sir Adam Browne Sir Marmaduke Gresham Sir Richard Onslow Sir John Thompson Sir Lawrence Stoughton Sir Edward Bromfield Sir Edward Evelin Sir William Temple Sir Robert Napper Sir Richard Atkins Sir William Glynne Sir Joseph Alstone Baronets Sir John Nicholas Knight of the Bath Sir William Morley Knight of the Bath Sir William Hoskins Sir Mathew Andrews Sir St John Brodericke Sir Robert Clayton Sir Purbecke Temple Sir Peter Rich Sir James Clarke Sir Christopher Buckle Sir Cornwall Bradshaw Sir James Butler Sir William Elliott Sir Robert Knightley Sir George Vernon Sir Thomas Temple Sir Peter Daniell Sir Samuell Dashwood Sir Edward Fruin Sir John Parsons Sir Thomas Vernon Sir Peter Vandeputt Sir William Hill Sir George Meggott Knights Mr. Serjeant Fuller Thomas Howard George Evelin William Mountague Hugh Hare Henry St Johns Thomas Vincent Roger James Thomas Turgis Anthony Bowyer Denzell Onslow White Tichbourne Foote Onslow John Weston Edward Nicholas George Rodney Bridges John Arnold John Evelin Phillip Hilyard Edward Harvey William Brownlow Baptist May James Zouch George Woodroffe Nicholas Carew John Milner George Evelin of Nutfield Morgan Randall Ambrose Browne Haestreat James Sigismond Stidolph George Duncombe Edward Bray John Sands William Hooker Richard Nicholls Shem Bridges Richard Morley Ambrose Muschampe Peter Hussey Deane Goodwin Phillip Rawley William Harvey Richard Onslow Christopher Buckle Thomas Lant John Gore Richard Garth Francis Brend William Hatton Charlton Whitelock Stephen Harvey Robert Gavill John Burgoine John Thynne William Perry William Vanbrough George Coldham William Nuthall John Love Thomas Newton Nicholas Hookes George Smith William Haward John Mitchell Thomas Ures Henry Whistler John Wight Peter Delanoy Hatton Thomas Trapps Henry Ludlow Jeffery Amhurst Henry Lloyd William Bridgman John Heather Martin Folkes John Turner Samuell Lewen Walter Howland John Pettiward Edward Thurland Thomas Molineux Henry Vincent John Parsons John Lugg Eldred Lancellott Lee Ellis Crispe Nicholas Wyat William Jenue Nicholas Fenne Captaine Salmond Benjamin Le Cane Samuell Atkinson William Herster Phillip Forster Major Edward Lane William Eyre Ralph Snow Samuell Somerford Thomas Cox Robert Saunders Captaine Henry Williamson Richard Kent Samuell Pett George Coreing Nicholas Waite Robert Douglas Esquires The Mayor and Magistrates of Guilford for the time being Bailiffes of Kingston for the time being Thomas Wimondesold Maximilian Emely John Austin William Boothby Timothy Wilson Joseph Lee Robert Moore John Childe Saunders of Toating Josias Dewy Thomas [Burroughs (fn. 93) ] Urban Hall Samuell Crispe Lawrence March John Spencer Ralph Strake Richard Jewell Thomas Harris Samuell Walls Captaine Bartholomew Thomas Jordan of Gatwick William Jordan Doctor Budgton Doctor Rosewell Thomas Jordan Richard Gwynne Henry Johnson Edward Woodward William Summers Peter Norbrow Robert Bowyer of Richmond Thomas Cusden Gerrat Andrews Simon Smith Richard White Doctor Kelsey Henry Wyatt John Burchett Peter Hues Vertue Radford George Atwood William Dorrizon John Steere John Eversett Ulisses Blount John Terry Captaine Wadnall John Simboll Peter Kesterman William Hambley Isaac Cox Leonard Hammond Thomas Hammond Richard Hammond Daniell Mercer Richard Morgan Henry Bines William Gibbs Christopher Smith Francis Wilkinson Jonadab Balam William Sherlocke Jonas Sish Daniell Wight Thomas Jordan Daniell Duttees John Greene Joseph Wood Charles Shorter Vertue Radford Thomas Juxon Thomas Lofield William Allwood Collonell Peirce Walter Vernon Samuell Atkinson Edward Smith Esquires John Sermon Samuell Hall Benjamin Cracker John Hadson William Grey John Nicholls Edward Dimbleby William Atwood Thomas Jordan Brewer Benjamin Tarrant John Allwood John Wood Joseph Shepherd Daniell Wright senior Henry Wilcason Thomas Cox John Chumney Jacob Packham William Steerie William Rutter John Gerrard John Smith of Camberwell Joseph Chittey Francis Wilcason.

For the County of Sussex

Sir John Pelham Sir William Thomas Sir John Fagg Sir Denny Ashburnham Sir Thomas Dyke Sir William Wilson Sir William Culpeper Sir Richard Shirley Sir Richard Onslow Baronets Sir William Morley Knight of the Bath Sir Nicholas Pelham Sir James Morton Sir Edward Selwin Sir John Briscow Sir Christopher Conyers Sir Edward Hungerford Sir James Smith Knights Sir Philip Gell Baronet Thomas Pelham Thomas Sackvile John Lewknor William Morley Henry Pelham Thomas Nudigate Henry Shelley Nisell Rivers Richard Bridges Thomas Briggs Doctor at Law William Board George Goreing George Nevill James Butler Thomas Beard John Spence senior James Graves John Fuller John Baker John Miller Humphry Fowle Simon Smith Phillip Parker Alexander Staples Richard Onslow Esquires John Burrell Thomas Bromfield Walter Dobell junior William Markwicke John Board Thomas Burrell Gentlemen Sir Thomas Miller Thomas Osbourne Thomas May John Matchell Thomas Bickley George Gunter John Breman Richard Farrington Nathaniell Palmer Thomas Palmer William Williams Peter Gott Henry Apsley Thomas Fruen Edward Dynne Samuell Highland George Courthop Esquires John Marlott Randolph Tutty Francis Page Thomas Woodier Gent. Walter Roberts William Peckham Thomas Betsworth Thomas Gray John Apsley William Westbrooke William Garway Thomas White ( (fn. 94) ) John Cooke of Petworth Thomas Garway John Cooke of Goreing John Lee of Plastow Richard Cooper Esquires Henry Bernard Thomas Nash Edward Staker Oliver Whitby William Paine Humphrey Jewkes Thomas Peckham Thomas Knowles Thomas Colebrooke Richard Banks Anthony Cruttenden Gent. Robert Hall Gent. Paul Burrard Esq[uire] The Maiors of Chichester and Arundell for the time being Barnham Powell Charles Goreing John [Cheate (fn. 95) ] Charles Fagg John Miller Robert Orme Henry Cowper Richard Paine senior Apsley Newton senior John Alford Robert Fagg John Monk Anthony Eversfeild Esquires William Newton Nathaniell Turner John Gratwick of Jewis John Gratwicke of Etons Thomas Poole Stephen Humphry William Alderton Thomas Ellis Francis Goater Abraham Chapman Edward Morley William Cobden Nicholas Best Thomas Shepherd John Hay Samuell White John Wicker John Shelley William Blaker John Weekes Thomas Fagg Gent. John Peachy of St Peters John Peachy Barrister at Law Esquires John Styant Robert Thornden Richard Butcher George Oglander William Peachey Gent..

For Seaford

The Bayliffe and Jurats for the time being John Conyers Esq[uire] The Bayliffe of Pevensey for the time being.

For the County of Warwicke

The Right Honourable the Lord Viscount Tiviot of the Kingdome of Scotland The Right Honourable the Lord Digby of the Kingdome of Ireland The Honourable Sir Francis Compton Knight The Honourable Francis Grevill Esq[uire] The Honourable Thomas Coventry Esq[uire] Sir John Mordant Sir Charles Holt Sir Simon Clarke Sir Jacob Astley Sir Richard Temple Sir Clement Fisher Sir William Boughton Sir John Bridgeman Sir Charles Shugburgh Sir John Huband Sir Reginald Foster Sir Bazill Price Baronets Sir William Underhill Sir John Clopton Sir William Craven Sir Andrew Hacket Sir William Bishop Sir Richard Verney Sir Thomas Rawlinson Knights Robert Burdett William Bromley Andrew Archer Walter Chetwind Esquires Thomas Rawlins Sergeant at Law William Peicoe George Lucy Bazill Fielding Robert Somervile Thomas Wagstaffe Seabright Repington Arden Adderley Henry Parker Arden Baggott Charles Newsham Hercules Beufoy Charles Knotsford William Palmer Richard Hopkins Thomas [Mariott (fn. 96) ] William [Coaleman (fn. 97) ] Thomas Keate Edward Bentley Hastings Ingram Charles Jennens William Bolton Edward Clopton Ward Dilke William Dugdale Michaell Biddolph Simon Biddulph John Gowre Robert Harvey Francis Fisher junior Nathaniell Stoughton Henry Greene. John Stratford John Astley Humphry Holden Humphrey Boughton Edward Boughton Francis Boughton John Shugburgh James Ludford Edward Farmer John Combes John Clarke James Prescott Thomas Peeres Esquires George Fulwood John Mariot Thomas Archer John Newsham Thomas Newsham Ambrose Holbech William Loggins Timothy Stoughton John Apletree John Stanton Anthony Trotman Robert Wilcox John Andrews Job Beardsley Gentlemen The Maior of Warwicke for the time being The Mayor of Stratford for the time being The Bayliffes of Tamworth for the time being.

For the City and County of the City of Coventry.

The Mayor for the time being Sir Christopher Hales Sir Thomas Norton Baronets Richard Hopkins Henry Greene Edward Tailer John Bowater Thomas Hopkins Robert Beake Esquires John Boon Edward Hill Henry Smith Robert Smith Gentlemen Nathaniell Harriman Francis Harryman Edward Owen Thomas Lawrence Aldermen.

For the County of Westmerland

Sir Christopher Musgrave Sir George Fletcher Baronets Sir Daniell Fleming Sir Christopher Phillipson Sir John Otway Knights Richard Lowther John Dalston Christopher Dalston Thomas Hilton William Fleming Edward Wilson senior Edward Wilson junior William Sandford Henry Wilson Thomas Fletcher Richard Brathwaite Roger Moore Edward Musgrave John Fisher John Phillipson John Nevison Hugh Matchell Ephraim Sandford The Mayors of Apleby and Kendall John Smith Robert Sharpe Thomas [Goodsale (fn. 98) ] Gent. Richard Crackenthorpe Ciprian Hilton Arthur Scaife Richard Pindar Anthony [Saul (fn. 99) ] John Brougham Thomas Shepard Daniell Fleming Miles Philipson George Wilson. Thomas Heblethwaite James Simpson James Bird Reginald Dobson John Hall Thomas Wilson William Birkhead Thomas Cocke.

For the County of Wilts

Charles Marquesse of Winchester Sonne and Heire Apparent to the Duke of Bolton Edward Viscount Cornbury Sonne and Heire Apparent to the Earle of Clarendon Anthony Lord Ashley Sonne and Heire Apparent to the Earle of Shaftsbury Mountague Lord Norris Sonne and Heire Apparent to the Earl of Abingdon Henry Lord Colraine of the Kingdome of Ireland Anthony Lord Viscount Faulkland of the Kingdome of Scotland The Honourable Peregrine Bertie Esq[uire] Sir Edward Seymour Sir Walter St John Button Sir Edward Windham Sir Richard Grubham How Sir Walter Long Sir James Long Sir William Pincent Sir James How. Baronets Sir Edward Hungerford Sir John Nicholas Knights of the Bath Sir Giles Eyre Knight one of the Justice of Their Majesties Court of Kings Bench Sir Henry Coker Sir John Ernley Sir John Talbot Sir Thomas Mompesson Sir George Hungerford Sir Stephen Fox Sir Thomas Escourt Sir Mathew Andrews Sir Eliab Harvey Sir Charles Rawleigh Sir Edmund Warnford Sir John Collins Sir Richard Hart Sir George Willoughby Sir Thomas Fowles Sir Jonathan Raymond Sir Charles Hedges Knights The Honourable Goodwin Wharton Francis Pawlett George Pitt Richard Lewis Alexander Popham senior Alexander Popham junior Robert Hyde Francis Wroughton senior John Hall Richard How Thomas Hobby John Windham Henry Bainton Thomas Lambert of Bayton Samuell Eyre Henry Brouncker Thomas Freake of Shrowton Thomas Bennet Edward Nicholas of Manninford Maurice Buckland Thomas Pitt William Ash Alexander Thistlethwaite Francis Morley Henry St John Charles Fox Edward [Nicholas (fn. 100) ] of Winterbourne Walter Ernle John Smith of Tidworth John Deane Edward Nicholls of Camins Francis Goddard Francis Stonehouse William Trenchard Lawrence [Swainton (fn. 101) ] William Daniell Christopher Willoughby Thomas Webb William Yorke John Glanvill Thomas Baskerville Edward Nott Thomas Chamberlaine George Wroughton Thomas Goddard Thomas Freake of Hunnington John Bolis John Hawlis William Harvey Thomas Penruddock William Windham Thomas Windham Walter Grubb John Davenant Henry Chivers Nicholas Bainton Richard Chandler Richard Jones of Ramsbury John Ash of Haywood John Young Thomas Gunter senior Thomas Gunter junior James Linch of White Parish Cox Richard Whitehead Lyonell Ducket John Wildman junior Edmond Lambert John Marvin William Willoughby William Norbourne Thomas Chafin Edward [Seymour (fn. 102) ] Richard Nevill William George Charles Raymond Charles Tucker Benjamin Gifford John Fitzherbert Edmond Hungerford John Bennet William Hearst Gabriell Ashby John Wallis Richard Aldworth Herbert Salladine Richard Kent William Brewer Michaell Ernle Edward Lisle Nevill Maskaline William Player David Thomas Doctor of Phisicke Charles Yorke Walter Greene John Hippesley Charles Duncombe John Ash of Tefont Edmond Webb John Flower senior John Bond Thomas Harris Richard Poore John Jacob Edward Duke Captaine Fitzjames Thomas Lambert of Sarum Anthony Hungerford Thomas Polden Charles Danvers Walter Parker Henry Coker Francis Wroughton junior Robert Drake Thomas Markes John Gantlet John Bigg Francis Swanton William Greenfield Charles Mitchell Thomas Rolt William Hitchcocke Henry Pinnell John Curle Charles Pleydall Charles Bowles Robert Grove senior John Grove of Chisbery Robert Grove John Long Francis Thistlewaite William Beach of [Tidleton (fn. 103) ] Andrew Duke Charles Stuart Walter Long of Wraxall Robert Wadman Edward Hearst Samuell Trotman William Hancocke Councellor at Law Fowkes of Knoyle Stringer of Ivy Church George Hill Thomas Beach John Kent of Boscum Edward Rider Esquire Robert Smith Henry Dennis Oliver Bingley William Fisher John Bowles Councellor at Law Edward Pleydall Edward Spencer Thomas Knighton Charles Brinsden Thomas Tainter William Coles Thomas Bennet of Salthrop Thomas [Fipps (fn. 104) ] Henry Fairfax William Hussey Richard Nevill Brereton Boucher Henry Blake Thomas Grove George Hill Esquire John Mompesson William Hues Thomas Powell Thomas Hayward Dauntessey Brounker Nicholas Elliott Christopher Gardiner Richard Minifie John Brooke Nicholas Daniell William Clare Christopher Lippiat John Smith of Alton Mathew Smith Jonathan Hill John Twogood Walter Sharpe John Flower Henry Watman Edward Medlicott Thomas Hunt of Enford Henry Eyre of Woodhampton Edmund [Hennings (fn. 105) ] Mathew Smith Francis Goddard of Pirton Henry Southby Thomas White John Fisher Francis Coles senior Thomas Francklin Robert Bisse Robert Mandrell Thomas Long of Rowden Thomas Stump Elias Ferris The Mayor of Salisbury for the time being The Mayor of Wilton for the time being the Mayor of the Devizes for the time being The Mayor of Marleborough for the time being The [Bayliffes (fn. 106) ] of Chippenham for the time being Christopher Lippier George Willoughby George Davies of Woodford James Croom Nicholas Hayes Richard Smith of Kennet George Duke of Sarson Humphrey Wall Thomas Hunt of Marleborough Richard Hilliard of the Devizes Jonathan Rogers of Chippenham Henry Wallis Esquire Peter Temple Joseph Houlton Gentlemen Joseph Berrio John Lesse Anthony Trotman Genttilde; William Stewkley Esquires Sir Thomas Earle Charles Danvers Lovelace Bigg Gent..

For the City of New Sarum and Close of the same.

The Mayor for the time being Sir Giles Eyre Knight Recorder one of the Justices of Their Majestyes Court of Kings Bench Sir Thomas Mompesson Sir John Windham Knights Thomas Windham Thomas Hobby Thomas Pitt William Hearst Christopher Gardner Peter Philips William Smith Thomas Kenton John Prideaux Andrew Baden Roger Bushell James Herris Faulkner William Viner David Thomas Doctor of Phisicke Richard Minors Lawrence Swanton Jonathan Hill Gabriell Ashley Edward Hearst Thomas Lambert Herbert Saladine Esquires.

For the County of Worcester

The Right Honourable Richard Earle of Bellomont in the Kingdome of Ireland The Honourable Thomas Coventry Robert Tracy Thomas Watson Henry Foliott Gilbert Coventry Esquires Sir Robert Atkins Knight of the Bath and Lord Chiefe Baron of Their Majestyes Court of Exchequer Sir Nicholas Lechmere one of the Barons of Their Majestyes Court of Exchequer Sir Henry Litleton Sir John Packington Sir Francis Russell Sir Thomas Rowse Sir Edward Seabright Baronets Sir William Keyte Sir Christopher Musgrave Sir James Rushout Sir Rowland Barkley Sir Harry Conningsby Sir Francis Winnington Sir Thomas Streete Sir Thomas Haslewood Sir Edward Dineley Sir John Matthews Sir John Sommers Their Majestyes Sollicitor Generall Knights Samuell Sandys Henry Herbert William Bromley Thomas Foley Richard Dowdeswell Thomas Savage senior Henry Jefferys George Walsh William Walsh Edwin Sandys Thomas Savage junior Edmond Letchmere Robert Berkley Thomas Jolliffe Edward Rudge Bridges Nanfan Charles Baldwin Salwey Winnington John Charleton Walter Savage senior Walter Savage junior Thomas Vernon of Astwood Thomas Cornwall Robert Dormer Robert Foley Francis Sheldon John Marriott William Hancocke Higgons James Thomas Vernon of Worcester George Dowdeswell John Soley John Bearcroft John Clatton Robert Wilde Edward Bull Chambers Slaughter Gerard Dannett Richard Nash junior Allen Cliffe senior Allen Cliffe junior Francis Bromley John Sheldon Richard Freeman Charles Cocks Edward Stiner Goddard Carter Benjamin Jolliffe Thomas Chetle of the Wallhouse Abell Gower Esquires William Moore John Apletree Arthur Bagshaw Robert Dowley Thomas Low of Bromsgrove Abraham Cooke Thomas Bushell Phillip Bearcroft of the Parish of St Swithen Henry Toy Samuell Hunt Thomas Hunt of Ribenhall Edward Walker William Bird John Emmies Giles Parsons Martin Ballard Thomas Harris Richard Young George Gardiner Richard Avenant Thomas Hunt of Blockley James Nash Nicholas Wheeler Edward Davies Edward Lench The Mayor of Evesham The Bailiffs of Droitwich The Bayliffe of Bewdley George Harris Arthur Lowe William Boukey Richard Norbury.

For the City and County of the City of Worcester

The Mayor Aldermen and Sheriffe Sir John Sommers William Bromley Sir Rowland Berkley Sir Thomas Streete Henry Herbert Walter Savage junior Robert Wilde Phillip Bercroft of the Parish of St Swithen Samuell Swift Edward Cookesey James Higgons John Handy Thomas Smith Nicholas Baker.

For the County of Anglesey

Richard Lord Bulkey Viscount Cashells in the Kingdome of Ireland Lewis Lord Viscount Dungannon in the Kingdome of Ireland Thomas Bulkley Robert Bulkley Esquires Sir Hugh Owen Sir William Williams Sir Thomas Mostin Baronets Sir William Williams Knight and Baronet Thomas Burton John Hooke Nicholas Bagnoll Price Lloyd Francis Bulkley John Griffith of Carreg Lloyd John Owen Penrhose Owen Bold William Meirick John Grosvenor Conningsby Williams Owen Hughes Samuell Hanson John Jones Doctor of Divinity John Ellis Doctor of Divinity Owen Wynne William Robinson William [Griffith (fn. 107) ] of Llanvaiethley Robert Owen of Holyhead William Morgan John Wynne Thomas Lloyd Henry Jones William Bulkley David Lloyd Lloydiart Hugh Wynne of Treyerworth Roger Hughes Rowland Wynne Henry Sparrow John Owin Cremlin Thomas Williams [Thomas Williams (fn. 108) ] Maurice Lewis Francis Lloyd Hugh Williams David Williams Owen Davies of Llandefredog Henry Wynne of Penheskin Edward Lewis William Jones John Owen Bodiar Richard Edwards John Hill Richard Hughes William Griffith Thomas Roberts of Castellor Richard Vaughan John Price Owen Roberts Richard Bulkeley Maurice Parry The Mayor of Beaumaris for the time being.

For the County of Brecon

Charles Lord Marquesse of Worcester Sonne and Heire Apparent of the Duke of Beaufort William Williams Esq[uire] High Sheriffe Sir Walter Williams Sir Thomas Williams Sir Edward Williams Sir Rowland Gwynne Bushey Mansell Thomas Morgan John Lewis of Coedmore Richard Williams Jeffery Jefferies Charles Morgan Edward Jones Thomas Walker John Jefferies Daniell Williams Walter Vaughan John Morgan Marmaduke Gwynne Edward Lewis Phillip Parry Richard Jeffreys John Stedman Charles Lloyd Lewis Jones Francis Lloyd John Walbeoffe Walter Williams Robert Lucy William Bowen John Gwynne John Lewis of Langorse William Jones Jasper Meller Reece Price James Donne Richard Watkins Saunder Saunders Howell Powell Morgan Watkins James Parry Thomas Williams of Abercamlais Samuell Pritchard Richard Williams of Aberbrane Robert Rumsey Charles Powell Henry Jones Gwynne Vaughon Bartholomew Games Thomas Powell of Massemaur Marmaduke Lloyd Walter Vaughan of Tretower Edward Williams Charles Williams of Langinader Edward Games of Kuy Hugh Penry Richard Williams junior of Aberbrane William Watkins of Pennyworlod Lewis Lloyd Thomas Gwynne Henry Vaughan William Phillips William Williams of Batle John Maddocks Lewis Havard James Watkins of Shephouse Thomas Bowens William Lloyd Morgan Price Thomas Jones of Tredwstan John Rumsey Howell Morgan Edward Williams William Awbrey of Brecon William Watkins John Phillips Edward Price.

For the Towne of Brecon

The Bayliffe Recorder and Aldermen for the time being Sir Rowland Gwynne Knight Sir Walter Williams Baronet Jeffrey Jeffryes Thomas Morgan Richard Williams of Cabalva Edward Jones John Jeffreys Charles Morgan John Walters Daniell Williams William Phillips Saunder Saunders Lodowicke Lewis Henry Jones Esquires William Winter John Price John Jeffreys Henry Thomas Gentlemen Edward Hughes Esquire William Williams Daniell Price and Meredith James Gentlemen.

For the County of Cardigan

Sir Carbery Price Baronet Sir Thomas Powell Knight Sir Basill Price Baronet John Lewis Hector Phillips John Vaughan William Powell Thomas Lloid of Castle Howell Charles Lloyd William Herbert Thomas Lloyd of Bronwyd David Lloyd of Wern John Herbert [David Lloyd Walter Parry (fn. 109) ] Thomas Lewis Daniell Evans John Lewis of Trood-y-rhyw John Lewis of Gervose David Lloyd of Crinveyn Edward Jones of Llanine Cornelius Le Brune Richard Lloyd John Phillips James Lloyd Evan Lloyd Hugh Lloyd John Williams Esquires John [James (fn. 110) ] Edward Price Hugh Lloyd of Llwydiack Jenkin Lloyd David Lloyd of Foes-y-bleidded Stephen Parry Oliver Howells Morgan Howells David Lewis William Jenkins Hector Morgans John Morris David Howells William Parry Rees Lloyd of Lovesgrove David Lloyd of Cumbwa John Lloyd of Pantdd Hugh Lloyd of Dall-ys-Chertyr Rodoricke Richards Evan Evans and Charles Lloyd of Kilforth Gent..

For the County of Carmarthen

Sir Edward Mansell Sir Sackville Crowe Sir Rice Rudd Sir William Russell Baronets Sir Rice Williams [Knt (fn. 111) ] Sir Orlando Gee Sir John Powell Knight one of His Majestyes Justices of the Court of Common Pleas Sir William Wogan one of His Majestyes Serjeants at Law Richard Vaughan of Taracoed Griffith Rice Thomas Cornwallis Rowland Gwynne Christopher Midleton Thomas Lloyd of Berthandowell Richard Vaughan of Derthlys Richard Jones Marmaduke Williams John Williams of Abbercothy John Evans of Trevente Thomas Lloyd of Altacadnoe Richard Gwynne of Guempa Griffith Lloyd Rawleigh Mansell Edward Mansell Richard Mansell Roger Manwareing John Tredenham Heny Owens Edward Vaughan William Brigstocke Thomas Brigstock Thomas Lloyd of Dunneralt Arthur Gwynne John Williams of Talley Thomas Gwynne the elder Edward Jones of Leathernoiad Henry Lloyd of Llunstepham William Beevans of Pencoed John Phillips of Dolehaid John Williams of Carmarthen Towne Esquires George Gwynne Anthony Rudd David Gwynne Thomas Manwareing Owen Bowen Thomas Phillips of Kilsant David Lewis of Lisnevith Henry Vaughan of Place Gwynne William Jones of Colebrooke William Brigstocke of Abberguilly Walter Morgan Hugh Jones James Phillips Henry Lewis Anthony Williams Walter Thomas Benjamine Lewis William Davis of Drutfloyne Charles Dalton Thomas Phillips of Llandarogg Gentlemen.

For the Towne of Carmarthen

The Mayor Aldermen and Common Councill of the Towne Sir Edward Mansell Sir Sackvill Crow Sir Rice Rudd Baronets Sir Rice Williams Knight Rowland Gwynne Griffith Lloyd Edward Vaughan William Brigstock Henry Lloyd Marmaduke Williams Esquires Thomas Mainwareing Thomas Lloyd Griffith Lewis David Edwards and George Lewis Gent..

For the County of Carmarthen

[Richard (fn. 112) ] Lord Bulkley Viscount Cashells in the Kingdome of Ireland The Right Honourable Edward Russell Thomas Bulkley Sir John Wynne Knight and Baronet Sir William Williams of Vaynoll Baronet Sir Thomas Mostin Baronet Sir Robert Owen Knight Thomas Burton John Hooke Nicholas Bagnoll Collonell William Price Roger Price Griffith Vaughan Robert Wynne William Wynne of the Abbey William Williams George Twesileton John Jones Doctor of Divinity John Ellis Doctor of Divinity Richard Jones Doctor at Law Owen Wynne of Glascoed Edward Williams William Madrin George Coitmore James Brunkyre Love Parry John Thomas Owen Hughes Samuell Hanson Conningsby Williams Robert Hookes Hugh Bodurda William Wynne of Llanunda John Rowlands Richard Edwards Randell Wynne William Wynne of Werne William Wynne of Glan yr a fan Griffith Wynne of Stinllin John Wynne Richard Kiffin Griffith Carregg William Griffith of Madrinissa William Lloyd Hugh Lewis Robert Pugh Owen Wynne Pen y brin Owen Coitmore Humphrey Roberts Robert Griffith Thomas Fletcher William Williams Griffith Parry John Vaughan Evan Lloyd Penmachno Henry Arthur Hugh Stodart Owen Roberts John Maurice Thomas Ellis.

For the County of Denbigh

The Right Honourable Sir John Trevor Knight Speaker of the House of Commons and First [Lord (fn. 111) ] Commissioner of the Great Seale of England Sir John Wynne Knight and Baronet Sir Thomas Powell Sir Richard Midleton Sir Evan Lloyd Sir Thomas Grosvenor Sir Walter Baggott Baronets Sir Robert Cotton Sir Thomas Mostin Barronets Sir Francis Compton Sir John Conway Baronets Sir William Williams Knight and Baronet Sir Robert Owen Sir Jeffery Shackerley Sir Roger Puleston Sir Griffith Jeffryes Knights Edward Vaughan of Llwdiarth Edward Brereton William Wynne of Melay Robert Davis of Llanerch Robert Wynne of Berthddu Richard Mostin of Penbid William Williams of Place y ward Kenrick Eyton John Puleston of Pitill John Winn of Forne Thomas Midleton Eubule Thelwall senior Josua Edisbury Roger Mostin of Brimbo William Robinson of Gwersilt Ellis Lloyd of Pen-y-lan John Robarts Thomas Carter Eubule Thelwall junior Cadwallader Wynne Robert Price of Geeler Owen Wynne of Lloyne David Maurice of Pen-y-bont Edward Maurice of Llorran Robert Wynne of Maesmochnant Sydney Bunner John Wynne of Garthmelio Gent. Robert Griffiths of Brimbo Richard Midleton Charles Midleton Simon Thelwall of Llanbed'r Thomas Wynne of Difrinalett John Midleton of Gwaynynog Esquires Edward Griffiths Havod De Wern Gent. John Puleston of Llansillin Edward Wynne of Llan-y-sidd Peter Ellis Foulke Lloyd of Foxall Ellis Meredith Esquires Eubule Lloyd Captaine John Chambers Richard Eyton Booth Passnett Edward Lloyd of Place Maddock David Lloyd of Llangollen-vechan Richard-Wynne of Aberkinleth David Lloyd of Bodnant Roger Midleton of Denbigh Robert Wynne of Garthmelio Robert Edwards of Plasiolin Edward Lloyd of Dwifani Thomas Lloyd of Cefu Robert Lloyd of Hendrewaloid Peter Foulkes of Ereviate John Vaughan of the same Gentlemen Sydney Godolphin Hedd Lloyd Esquires Evan Lloyd of Crosyockin Gent. Thomas Price of Bwlch Humphrey Vale of Place-Yn-Yale Hugh Hughes of Brintanghor Thomas Shaw of Denbigh The Aldermen and Bayliffes of the Towne of Denbigh for the time being Mr Thomas Harper Mr Robert Knowles Edward Williams Esq[uire] John Dolben Esq[uire] John Lloyd Thomas Price of Geeler Edward Chambers John Heaton Robert Roberts Richard Jones Thomas Davies Gent..

For the County of Flint

The Right Honourable Sir John Trevor Speaker of the House of Commons and first Lord Commissioner of the Great Seale of England Sir John Hanmer Knight and Baronet Sir John [Conway (fn. 113) ] Sir Evan Lloyd Sir Thomas Mostin Sir William Glynn Sir Robert Cotton Sir Richard Midleton Baronets Sir William Williams Knight and Baronet Sir Robert Owen Knight Sir Roger Puleston Knight Collonell Roger Whitley Collonell William Price Collonell Thomas Whitley Collonell Thomas Salisbury William Hanmer Thomas Carter Thomas Hanmer Robert Davies William Lloyd John Llangley John Broughton Edward Lloyd of Fathin Richard Mostin Thomas Eyton George Hope John Hope John Wynne Hugh Griffith Owen Barton Peirce Pennant Thomas Evans Thomas Whitley Kenrick Eyton Jerrick Eyton Edward Lloyd John Grosvenor Edward Rovenscroft Edward Kinaston Edward Morgan Richard Parrie William Rutter Thomas Williams Esquires Owen Barton Roger Mostin Ellis Young Lloyd Twisleton William Griffith Thomas Jones Peter Wynn Roger Jones John Pennant Thomas Foulkes Josiah Jones Thomas Lloyd Roger Edwards Thomas Lloyd Thomas Critchley Roger Pennant Williams Thomas Salisbury John Wynn of Farin John Puliston of Pickhill Roger Davies Gentlemen.

For the County of Glamorgan

Sir Edward Mansell Sir Edward Stradling Sir Charles Kemys Sir John Awbrey Baronets Sir Richard Bassett Sir Rowland Gwynne Sir Humphrey Mackworth Sir Humphrey Edwin Knights John Windham Serjeant at Law Thomas Mansell Thomas Morgan Richard Lewis Marmaduke Gibbs David Jenkins Richard Seys William Herbert Francis Gwynne Bussey Mansell Thomas Lewis Edward Matthew Charles Matthew William Thomas William Windham Martin Button Richard Longher William Herbert junior Thomas Button George Bowen Oliver St John William Matthew William Aubury Thomas Gibbond Reynald Deere Walter Evans Rowland Dawkins William Seys Edward [Mansell Edward (fn. 114) ] Parkins Edward Turbervill John Llewellin Richard Herbert John Price Esquires Thomas Rees Thomas Mansell of Penrice Jeremy Dawkins James Gwynne Thomas Price Godwin Herbert William Phillips John Bassett Thomas Popkins Rowland Hughes Phillip Williams Mathew Seys Richard Williams Roger Powell Richard Jenkins Anthony Powell Loydarth Anthony Gwynne George Bidder Gentlemen.

For the Towne of Cardiffe

Thomas Williams Cradocke Wells William Jones Cradocke Nowell Benjamin Browne William Richards John Pursell Aldermen and William Thomas Towne Clerke William Jenkins and Richard Lloyd Gentlemen Bayliffes of the Towne of Cowbridge The Portreeve of Neath The Portreeve of Swansey for the time being.

For the County of Merioneth

Sir Richard Midleton Baronet Sir Hugh Owins Baronet Sir William Williams Knight and Baronet Sir Robert Owen Knight Griffith Vaughan of Corse ge doll Hugh Nanney of Nanney William Lewis Anwill William Price of Rhiwlas Edward Vaughan of Llwdirth William Pugh of Matthevern William Wynne of Melay Owen Anwill of Penrhin Lewis Owens of Penniarth John Lloyd of Abberlavenny William Williams of Place-y-ward Vincent Corbett John Nanney of Llanvendigett Roger Price of Rhywlas John Vaughan of Glan-y-llin Charles Hughes of Gwerkley Owen Wynne of Penniwern Edward Meyricke Simon Lloyd Robert Wynne of Maesineuodd Richard Mostin Richard Mitton Jenkin Vaughan Owen Eyton Meredith Lloyd Anthony Thomas Richard Poole of Caenest John [Maesmore (fn. 115) ] Thomas Lloyd of Llandeckwin Robert Pugh of Doleymoch William Eyton Robert Price of Isgroweddan Rowland Price Richard Owens Hugh Tydur of Egrin Esquires Robert Wynne of Garthmeilio Gent. Mr Robert Nanney of Cefndaudwr Mr Edward Lloyd of Ddwyfain Mr John Morgans of Plasse Mr John Lewis of Festiniogg Mr John Wynne of Garthmeilio Mr John Lloyd of Chefnfais Mr Henry Mostin Mr William Owins of Llangar Mr John Humphryes Mr Hugh Hughes Mr Oliver Thomas Mr John Lloyd of Uron Mr Griffith Roberts of Rhiwgoch Mr Edward Hughes of Towin Mr Hugh Owens of Caerberlin Mr Robert Vaughan of Caerwnwch Mr William Humphryes Mr Thomas Lloyd of Hendwr Mr Richard Humphryes Mr Griffith Vaughan of Dole-y-melynllwin Mr John Price of Wingwern Mr Caleb Lloyd Mr Ellis Davies Mr Robert Lloyd of Uran Mr Rees Pritchard of Llwyngwrill Mr John Edwards of Tonfane Mr Morrice Davies Sir John Wynne Knight and Baronet Mr Evan Wynne.

For the County of Montgomery

The Honourable Andrew Newport Esq[uire] Sir John Price Baronet Sir William Williams Knight and Baronet Price Deveraux William Pugh of Mathavern Edward Lloyd of Bearthlloyd Edward Vaughan John Matthews Mathew Morgan Richard Moistin John Kiffin Walter Clopton Charles Herbert John Edwards of Rorington Edward Leighton Edward Barret Arthur Vaughan Thomas Rocke Arthur Deveraux Charles Lloyd of Garth Gabriell Wynne Richard Lee Phillip Eyton Daniell Whittingham Richard Herbert Richard Stedman Thomas Mason Nathaniell Maurice Humphrey Kinaston Thomas Lloyd Edward Price Robert Lloyd Arthur Weaver Mathew Price Meredith Morgan William Williams Evan Glynne Vincent Price Rowland Owen Richard Owens John Thomas Edward Evans Edmond Lloyd Richard Ingram Humphrey Jones Sidney Biner Sidney Godolphin Esquires Lumley Williams junior Thomas Jucks Edward Jones Gilbert Jones John Griffiths of Glanhaveren Richard Rock Roger Trevor William Lloyd of Finnant Richard Price of Gunley Vaughan Deveraux Thomas Griffiths Thomas Hodson Solomon Bowen Humphrey Lloyd of Gaitree Samuell Lloyd John Griffiths of Bachiee John Vaughan of Mivod John Reed Hugh Derwas Robert Kinaston Hugh Davis of Colffrin John Davis of the same William Evance of Llanderinio Evan Jones of Llandlothian Richard Davies of Kenhinva Rees Lloyd of Kowney John Herbert Griffith Robinson William Peirce Richard Price of Bettus David Meridith of Llanethelan Thomas Gwynne Richard Glynne Price Clune Rees Lloyd of Cloghun Edward Bowen of Peneralt John Wilson Edward Price of Streetvaylog Edmond Morgan David of Penegos Rondle Owen Humphrey Owen Evan Jones Roger Jones George Higgins.

For the County of Pembrooke

The Right Honourable Richard Lord Bulkley Viscount [Cashells (fn. 116) ] in the Kingdome of Ireland Sir Erasmus Phillips Sir Hugh Owen Baronet Sir Gilbert Lort Baronet Sir John Barlow Baronet Sir William Wogan Knight Their Majestyes Serjeant at Law Hector Phillips Essex Mericke Arthur Owen Rowland Laugharne Edward Phillips Lewis Wogan of Wiston Lewis Wogan of Boulston Hugh Bowen William Scourfield Walter Midleton John Owen John Williams David Williams Griffith Dawes Thomas Lloyd John Barlow senior George Lort Arthur Owen junior Griffith Fawkwell George Bowen William Warren James Lloyd Thomas Corbett William Skerme George Meare Lewis John Charles Phillips William Wogan junior Henry Walter George Lehunt David Mauris John Phillips John Lewes Arthur Laugharne Hugh Laugharne John Edwards Erasmus [Corbett (fn. 117) ] John Owen of Berllan Esquires Robert Williams Lewis Mathews Gwyn Vaughan William Ford senior William Ford junior Owen Ford William Jones Thomas Jones George Harris John Owen of Priskilly George [Lloyd (fn. 118) ] James Laugharne John Wogan John Morris George Lewis James Harris Gentlemen The Mayor of Pembrooke for the time being Francis Rogers Francis Dawes John Coursey Alexander Ford Aldermen of Pembrooke The Mayor of Tenby for the time being Henry Williams James Lloyd Deveraux Hammond John Morris.

For the County of Radnor

Sir John Morgan Sir Standish [Hartstronge (fn. 119) ] Sir Edward Williams Sir Rowland Gwynne [Sir Edward Harley (fn. 118) ] Sir Lacon Child Baronets William Fowler Richard Williams Henry Walcott Thomas Lewis of Harpton senior Edward Lewis of Manaughty Thomas Lewis of Harpton junior Marmaduke Gwynne Samuell Powell. Thomas Harley Litleton Powell Henry Probert Edward Price Thomas Vaughan Edward Howerth John Fowler Robert Lucy James Lloyd Charles Lloyd Charles Creed William Brewster Jeremiah Powell Evan Bowen Hugh Matthews Esquires Lewis Lloyd Thomas Lewis of Nantgwyett Nicholas Meredith Thomas Lewis of Cumtythwr John Davies of Coedglasson Thomas Howerth Evan Vaughan William Lloyd Coroners Lemuell Lloyd Andrew Davies William Tayler Peter Richards Jonas Stephens [Edward (fn. 120) ] Weston Lloyd Weston Henry Bull Henry Vaughan Walter Vaughan Thomas Powell Edward Phillips Griffith Paine Robert Williams John Witney The Bayliffe and Aldermen of New Radnor for the time being Robert Price Recorder Griffith Paine Henry Bull John Miles Esquires Robert Weston Henry Boulter John Davies of the Uronlac Hugh Stephens Esquires John Stephens David Powell Gentlemen Hugh Lewis of Hendwall Nehemiah Kettleby William Probert Robert Cutler John Walsham Esquires.

For the Towne and County of Haverford West

The Mayor for the time being Sir Hugh Owen Baronet Sir William Wogan Knight Their Majestyes Serjeant at Law Arthur Owen Lewis Wogan of Bolston William Wogan junior Richard Howell William Skerme John Lewis Esquires William Fluerton Doctor of Phisicke Roger Davies Robert Prust senior John Bateman John Fowler Thomas Payer William Bowen William Browne George Lewis Jacob Wilford Vincent Powell Robert Prust junior William Bateman junior Thomas Harris Esquires William Bowen Thomas Llewellin Gent.

III. Commissioners to meet in the several Counties, &c. on or before 15th January next, to execute this Act; and may subdivide themselves.

And be it further Enacted and Declared That the severall Com[m]issioners aforesaid shall meete together at the most usuall and common Place of Meeting within each of the said Countyes Rideings Cityes Burroughes Townes and Places respectively on or before the Fifteenth Day of January next ensueing And the said Commissioners or soe many of them as shall be present at the said first Generall Meeting or the major part of them are hereby Authorized and Required to putt this present Act in Execution according to the best of their Judgements and Discretions And shall then if they see cause subdivide and distribute themselves soe into lesser numbers as two or more of the said Commissioners may be Appointed for the Service of each Hundred or other Division and as may best conduce to the Carrying on of Their Majestyes Service hereby required

IV. Commissioners at their Meeting to set down in Writing what Number of Commissioners shall act in each Division, and deliver Copy thereof to Receiver General.

And for the more Effectuall Performance thereof Bee it Enacted and Declared That the Commissioners at their aforesaid first Generall Meeting or the major part of them shall Agree and Sett downe in Writeing who and what number of the said Com[m]issioners shall act in each of the said Divisions or Hundreds and shall deliver a true Copy of such Writeing to the Receiver Generall to be appointed by Their Majestyes to the end that there be noe Failure in any part of the due Execution of the Service by this Act required

V. Receiver General to give Commissioners a Receipt for Monies received by him from them.

Such Receipt to be a Discharge to Hundred, &c. Commissioners, in their several Divisions, to cause the Proportions charged to be equally assessed; and to appoint Assessors; Duty of such Assessors.

And bee it further Enacted by the Authoritie aforesaid That every Receiver Generall from time to time within the Space of One Month next after he shall have received the full Summe that shall be Charged on any Hundred or Division for each particular Payment that is to be made to such Receiver Generall by Vertue of this Act shall give to the Commissioners that shall act in such Hundred or Division a Receipt under his Hand and Seale Acknowleding his Receipt of the full Summe Charged upon such Hundred or Division for such particular Payment which Receipt shall be a full Discharge of such Hundred or Division for such particular Payment against Their Majestyes Their Heires and Successors And the Commissioners within the severall Divisions or Hundreds or any Two or more of them are hereby Authorized and Required to cause the said severall Proportions Charged on the Respective Divisions and on every Parish and Place therein for the said Twelve Months Assessment to be Equally Assessed and Taxed and to appoint Two or more Assessors in each Parish or Place for the perfecting thereof who are hereby Required with all Care and Diligence to Assesse the same equally by a Pound Rate upon all Lands Tenements Hereditaments Annuities Rent Charges and other Rents Parks Warrens Goods Chattells Stock Merchandizes Offices (other then Military Offices and Offices relateing to the Navy under the Command of the Commissioners of the Admiralty and Officers within Their Majestyes Household) Tolls Profitts and all other Estates both Reall and Personall within the Limitts Circuits and Bounds of their respective Parishes and Places

VI. £ 412,925. 14s. 6d. to be paid to Receiver General 25th March 1691.

£ 412,925. 14s. 6d. Second Payment, 24th June 1691; £ 412,925. 14s. 6d. Third Quarterly Payment, 29th Sept. 1691; £ 412,925. 14s. 6d. Fourth and last Quarterly Payment, 25th Dec. 1691; Assessors to deliver Copy of Assessment to Commissioners, and Commissioners to sign and seal Two Duplicates thereof, and to deliver One thereof to Collector, which they are to nominate, with a Warrant for the Collection; Commissioners to deliver a Schedule of Sums assessed to Receiver General; Receiver General to transmit the same to the Exchequer.

And bee it further enacted by the Authoritie aforesaid That the Summe of Foure hundred twelve thousand nine hundred twenty five pounds fourteene shillings and six pence shall be Assessed Collected Levyed and Paid unto the Receiver Generall of the said severall Countyes who shall be appointed by Their Majestyes on or before the Five and twentyeth day of March in the Yeare of our Lord One thousand six hundred ninety one And the Summe of Foure hundred twelve thousand nine hundred twenty five pounds fourteene shillings and sixpence being the Second of the said Quarterly Payments on or before the Foure and twentyeth day of June in the said Yeare of our Lord One thousand six hundred ninety one And the Summe of Foure hundred twelve thousand nine hundred twenty five pounds fourteene shillings and sixpence being the Third of the said Foure Quarterly Payments on or before the Nine and twentyeth day of September in the ( (fn. 121) ) Yeare of our Lord One thousand six hundred ninety one And the Summe of Foure hundred twelve thousand nine hundred twenty five pounds fourteene shillings and sixpence being the fourth and last of the said Foure Quarterly Payments on or before the five and twentyeth day of December in the [said (fn. 122) ] Yeare of our Lord One thousand six hundred ninety one And for the compleating of the whole Summe Charged as aforesaid and to the end the aforesaid Summes Charged upon the severall and respective Countyes Rideings Cityes Burroughs Townes and Places may be Equally and Indifferently Assessed according to the true Intent of this Act and the Money duely Collected and true Account thereof made the said Assessors are hereby Required to deliver One Copy of their respective Assessments fairely Written and Subscribed by them unto the said Commissioners And the said Commissioners or any Two or more of them are hereby Ordered and Required to Signe and Seale Two Duplicates of the said Assessments and the one of them to deliver or cause to be delivered to one or more Honest and Responsable Person or Persons to be Collector or Collectors which the said Commissioners are hereby Authorized to Nominate and Appoint for each Parish or Place with Warrant to the said Collector or Collectors to Collect the said Assessment payable as aforesaid soe as the said severall Sums may be Paid in to the said Receivers Generall at the respective times aforesaid And the said Commissioners are hereby Required to deliver or cause to be delivered a Schedule or Note containing the particular Sums Assessed upon each Parish or Place to the Receiver Generall of each County Rideing City Burrough Towne or Place respectively to be by him the said Receiver Generall Transmitted into the Kings Remembrancers Office in the Exchequer which the said Receiver Generall is Required to performe accordingly

VII. Money received by Collectors, paid to Receiver General or his Deputy.

Notice by Receiver General to Commissioners of such Payment; Receipt of Receiver General Discharge to Collector; Collectors to pay to Receiver General, &c. Collectors travelling for such Payments; Receiver General to transmit Monies to Exchequer; Salary to Receiver General, &c; Regulations as to Duplicate of Assessment.

And bee it further Enacted and Declared by the Authoritie aforesaid That the Money received by the said Collectors within the respective Divisions or Hundreds shall from time to time be duely Paid to the Receiver Generall or to his Deputie or Deputies to be appointed under his Hand and Seale whereof Notice under the Hand and Seale of the Receiver Generall shall be given unto the Commissioners or any Two of them within the respective Divisions or Hundreds within Ten dayes after the first Generall Meeting and soe from time to time within Ten dayes after every Death or Removeall of any Deputy (if any such shall happen) and the Receipt of such Receiver Generall his Deputie or Deputies or any of them shall be a sufficient Discharge unto every such Collector And the particular Collectors are hereby Required to Pay in all and every the Sums soe Received by them unto the said Receivers Generall or their Deputie or Deputies for Payment whereof the said Collectors shall not be obliged to Travell above Ten miles from the places of their Habitations which said Receivers Generall are hereby Required forthwith to Transmitt or cause to be Paid the Moneys by them Received into the Receipt of Their Majestyes Exchequer And the Lords Commissioners of Their Majestyes Treasury are hereby Authorized to allow the said Receiver Generall of each County Rideing City and Towne respectively in case he hath returned up as aforesaid a Duplicate of the Assessment of each Parish or Place in the County Rideing City or Towne for which he is appointed Receiver Generall a Salary for his Pains not exceeding Two pence in the Pound upon the Clearing of his Accompt which Duplicate soe to be returned into the Kings Remembrancers Office in the Exchequer is intended to containe noe more then the Sums in Grosse to be collected by each Collector and the severall Names of the said Collectors

VIII. Allowance to Collectors.

Collectors may detain Allowance; Allowance to Commissioners Clerks paid by Receiver General.

And it is hereby further Enacted and Declared That the Collectors of each Parish or Place which shall be appointed by vertue of this Act shall upon Collection of the whole Summe appointed to be collected by them and Payment thereof as is hereby before appointed have and receive for their Paines in Collecting and Paying the Moneys Three pence in the Pound which the said Collectors are impowered to detaine out of the last Payment of the Money of their severall and respective Foure Quarterly Payments And the said Reciever Generall upon the Reciept of the whole Assessments of the County Rideing City or Towne for which he is appointed Reciever Generall in case he hath recieved the severall Duplicates of each Parish or Place therein and not otherwise shall Allow and Pay according to such Warrant as shall be in that behalfe given by the said Commissioners or any of them One halfe peny in the Pound for the Commissioners Clerks for their paines in fair writeing the Assessments Duplicates and Copies

IX. Persons charged refusing, &c. to pay.

Distress; Collectors breaking open Doors, Chest, &c. to call in Constables, &c. who are to aid Collectors; Question upon Distress determined by Commissioners; Persons conveying away Goods, &c; Commissioners may imprison; Except Peers; Tenants may pay Rate and deduct; Landlords to allow Deduction.

And bee it further Enacted and Declared That if any Person shall Refuse or Neglect to Pay any Summe of Money whereat he shall be Rated and Assessed That then it shall and may be lawfull to and for the said Collectors or any of them and they are hereby Authorized and Required to Levy the Summe Assessed by Distresse and Sale of the Goods of such Person soe Refuseing or Neglecting to Pay and reasonable Charges of Distraining and Restoreing the Overplus (if any be) to the Owner thereof and to Breake open in the Day time any House and upon Warrant under the Hands and Seals of Two or more of the said Commissioners any Chest Trunke Box or other things where any such Goods are and to call to their assistance the Constables Tythingmen and Headburroughs within the Countyes Rideings Cityes Townes and Places where any Refusall Neglect or Resistance shall be made which said Officers are hereby required to be Aiding and Assisting in the p[re]misses as they will Answere the contrary at their Perills And if any Question or Difference happen upon takeing such Distresses the same shall be Ended and Determined by the said Commissioners or any Two or more of them And if any Person or Persons shall Neglect or Refuse to Pay his or their Assessment or convey his or their Goods or other Personall Estate whereby the Summes of Money soe Assessed cannot be Levyed according to this Act then the respective Commissioners or any Two or more of them are hereby Authorized to Imprison the Person (Except a Peere or Peeres of this Realme) and him and them in Prison to detaine and keepe untill the Moneys soe Assessed and the Charges for the bringing in the same be Paid and Satisfied and noe longer And the severall and respective Tennant or Tennants of all Houses and Lands which shall be Rated by vertue of this Act are hereby Required and Authorized to Pay such Summe or Sumes or Money as shall be Rated upon such Houses or Lands and to Deduct out of the Rent soe much of the said Rates as in respect of the said Rents of every such House and Lands the Landlord should or ought to pay and beare And the said Landlords both mediate and immediate according to their respective Interests are hereby required to allow such Deductions and Payments upon the Receipt of the Residue of their Rents

X. Tenant paying acquitted to amount of Payment.

If Difference between Landlord and Tenant as to Rate, Commissioners may settle the same; If Over Rate, Appeal to Commissioners; In case Proportions of Rate are not fully assessed, or assessed upon Persons not of Ability; or upon empty House; or if Assessments not paid to Receiver General; Commissioners, Assessors, &c. are to reassess Such new Assessment to be made, &c. as the former Assessment.

And it is enacted and declared That every Tennant Paying the said Assesments shall be Acquitted and Discharged for soe much Money as the said Assesments shall amount unto as if the same had beene actually Paid unto such Person and Persons unto whome his Rents should have beene Due and Payable And if any Differences shall arrise betweene Landlord and Tennant or any other concerning the said Rates the said severall Commissioners or any Two or more of them in their severall Divisions shall and have hereby Power to Setle the same as they shall thinke fitt And if any Person or Persons shall finde him or themselves Agrieved in that the Assessors have overrated him or them and shall in Six dayes after Demand made of the Summe of Money Assessed on him or them Complaine to Two or more of the Commissioners (whereof one of the Commissioners who Signed or Allowed his or their Assessments to be one) the said Commissioners or any Two or more of them shall have and have hereby Power within Twelve dayes after the Demand of the Assessment as aforesaid to Relieve such Person or Persons and to Charge the same on such other Person and Persons as they shall see cause And in case the Proportions Sett by this Act upon all and every the respective Countyes Rideings Cities Townes and Places shall not be fully Assessed Levyed and Paid according to the true meaning hereof or if any of the said Assessments shall be Rated and Imposed upon any Person not being of Ability to Pay the same or upon any Empty or Void House or Land where the same cannot be Collected or Levyed or that through any Wilfulness Negligence Mistake or Accident the the said Assessment Charged on each Countie Rideing City Towne or Place by Vertue of this Act happen not be Paid to the Reciever Generall his Deputy or Deputies of the respective Counties as in this Act is directed That then in all and every such Cases the severall and respective Commissioners Assessors and Collectors aforesaid and every of them respectively are hereby Authorized and Required to Assesse or Reassesse or cause to be Assessed or Reassessed Levyed and Paid all and every such Summe and Summs of Money upon the respective Counties Rideings Cityes Townes and Places or upon any the Divisions Hundreds and Parishes therein as to the said Commissioners or such Number of them as by this Act are Authorized to cause the First Assessment hereby required to be made shall seeme most agreeable to Equity and Justice The said New Assessment to be Made Collected and Paid in such manner and by such meanes as in this Act for this Assessment is Declared and Directed

XI. Persons not executing Act. Commissioners may fine not exceeding £20, levied by Distress, paid to Receiver General, and by him into Exchequer.

And bee it further Enacted and Declared by the Authoritie aforesaid That if any Person or Persons shall wilfully Neglect or Refuse to Performe his or their Duty in the due and speedy Execution of this present Act the said respective Commissioners or any Three or more of them have hereby Power to Impose on such Person or Persons soe refuseing or neglecting their Duties such Fine or Fines as by them shall be thought fitt and to cause the same to be Levyed by Distresse and Sale of his and their Goods Provided That noe Fine to be Imposed by any of the said Commissioners shall for any one Offence exceede the summe of Twenty pounds And that all Fines that shall be Imposed by Vertue of this Act shall be paid to the respective Recievers Generall and by them to the Receipt of their Majestyes Exchequer

XII. Collector neglecting to pay or detaining Monies.

Proceedings by Commissioners; Commissioners so proceeding to appoint a General Meeting of Commissioners; Notice thereof; Collector not paying, Proceedings by Commissioners or such General Meeting.

And it is further Enacted and Declared That if any Collector that shall be by Vertue of this Act appointed for the Receipt of any Sume or Sumes of Money thereby to be Assessed neglect or refuse to pay any Summe or Sumes of Money which shall by him be recieved as aforesaid and to pay the same as in this Act is directed and shall detaine in his or their hands any Money recieved by them or any of them and not pay the same as by this Act is directed the Commissioners of each County Rideing City or Towne respectively or any Two or more of them in their respective Divisions are hereby Authorized and Impowered to Imprison the Person and Seize and Secure the Estate both Reall and Personall of such Collector to him belonging or which shall descend or come into the hands or possession of his Heires Executors or Administrators wherever the same can be discovered and found and the said Commissioners who shall soe Seize and Secure the Estate of any Collector or Collectors shall be and are hereby impowered to appoint a time for the Generall Meeting of the Commissioners for such County Rideing City Towne and Place and there to cause publique Notice to be given at the Place where such Meeting shall be appointed Ten dayes at least before such Generall Meeting and the Commissioners present at such Generall Meeting or the major part of them in case the Moneys detained by any Collector or Collectors be not Paid and Satisfied as it ought to be according to the Directions of this Act shall and are hereby Impowered and Required to Sell and Dispose of all such Estates which shall be for the Cause aforesaid Seized and Secured or any part of them and Satisfie and Pay such County Rideing and Place the Summe that shall be detained in the hands of such Collector or Collectors their Heires Executors and Administrators respectively

XIII. At Expiration of Times for Quarterly Payments, Commissioners are to call Collectors before them, &c. and, in case of Failure, Commissioners to cause same to be levied and paid.

And it is hereby further Enacted and Declared That at the Expiration of the respective Times in this Act prescribed for the full Payment of the [said (fn. 123) ] Foure Quarterly Assessments the severall and respective Commissioners or any two of them within their Division and Hundred shall and are hereby Required to call before them the Collectors within each respective Division and Hundred to Examine and assure themselves of the full and whole Payment of the particular Summe and Summes of Money Charged upon the same Division or Hundred and every Parish and Place therein and of the due Returne of the same into the Hands of the Recievers Generall their Deputy or Deputyes of the said County Rideing City Towne and Place respectively and by such Receiver Generall into the Receipt of Their Majesties Exchequer to the end there may be noe failure in the Payment of any part of the Assessments by vertue of this Act to be Assessed and Paid nor any Arrears remaine Chargeable upon any the said Counties Rideings Cityes Towns or Places respectively And in case of any failure in the Premisses the said Commissioners or any two of them are hereby to cause the same to be forthwith Levyed and Paid according to the true intent and meaning of this Act

XIV. Questions respecting Assessments, &c. in which Commissioners concerned, they have no Voice.

And it is hereby Enacted and Declared That in case any Controversie arise concerning the said Assessments or the Dividing Apportioning or Payment thereof which concerns any the Commissioners by this Act appointed that the Commissioners soe concerned in the said Controversie shall have noe Voice but shall withdraw at the time of the Debate of any such Controversie untill it be determined by the rest of the Commissioners

XV. Privileged Places or, Persons, &c. not exempt from Assessment.

Fee Farm and other Rents, Annuities, &c. liable; Tenants to pay proportionably, indemnified.

And bee it further Enacted and Declared That noe Priviledged Place or Person Body Politicke or Corporate within the Counties Rideings Cities and Townes aforesaid shall be exempted from the said Assessments and Taxes And that they and every of them and alsoe all Fee-Farme Rents and all other manner of Rents Payments Summe and Summes of Money or Annuities issueing out of any Lands shall be lyable towards the Payment of every Summe by this Act to be Taxed and Levyed And all the Tennants are hereby Directed and Authorized to pay them proportionably according to the Rates and Assessments by this Act Appointed and Directed And all such Tennants shall be hereby saved and kept harmlesse by Authoritie of this Act from any further Payment of any such Portion of any such Rent Rents Summs or Annuities to any Person or Persons to whome any such Rent Rents Sums of Money or Annuities as aforesaid should or ought to be Paid to all Intents and Purposes whatsoever as fully and amply as if they had Paid the same to any Person or Persons to whome the same is or are reserved or become due

XVI. Proviso for the Colleges in the Two Universities, in the Colleges of Windsor, Eton, Winchester, and Westminster and for Hospitals, in respect of Sites of the Colleges, &c;

Houses held by Lease from Hospitals to be rated at their yearly Value.

Provided That nothing contained in this Act be extended to Charge any Colledge or Hall in either of the two Universities or the Colledges of Windsor Eaton Winton or Westminster or any Hospitall for or in respect of the Scites of the said Colledges Halls or Hospitalls or any Master Fellow or Scholler of any such Colledge or Hall or in any Free Schooles or any Reader Officer or Minister of the said Universities Colledges or Schools or of any Hospitalls or Almshouses for or in respect of any Stipend Wages or Profits whatsoever ariseing or growing due to them in respect of the said severall Places and Imployments in the said Universities Colledges Schools Hospitalls or Almshouses nor to Charge any of the Houses or Lands belonging to Christs Hospitall St Bartholomews Bridewell St Thomas and Bethlem Hospitall in the City of London and Burrough of Southwarke or any of them for or in respect of any Rents or Revenues payable to the said Hospitalls being to be Recieved and Disbursed for the immediate Use and Reliefe of the Poore in the said Hospitalls Provided That noe Tennants that Hold and enjoy any Lands or Houses by Lease or other Grant from any of the said Hospitalls doe Claime and Enjoy any Freedome Exemption or Advantage by this Act but that all the Houses and Lands which they soe Hold shall be Rated and Assessed for soe much as they are yearely worth over and above the Rents reserved and payable to the said Hospitalls

XVII. Person having a House in one Parish, &c. and Goods in another, to be charged for such Goods, &c. where he dwells.

Provided That where any Person inhabiting within the City of London hath his Dwelling House in one of the Parishes or Wards therein and hath any Goods Wares or Merchandizes in one or more of the other Parishes or Wards within the same That then such Person shall be Charged Taxed and Assessed for such his Goods or Merchandices in the Parish or Ward where he dwelleth and not elsewhere within the said City

XVIII. No Clause in this Act to extend to lessen the Rate.

Provided neverthelesse That noe Clause or Provisoe in this Act shall extend to the lessening or abatement of the full Summe appointed by this Act to be Taxed Levyed Collected and Paid but that the same be fully Assessed Taxed Levyed Collected and Paid in the severall and respective Counties Cities and Townes aforesaid in such manner and forme and to such uses as herein is before mentioned and declared

XIX. Proceedings in case the assessing by Pound Rate shall be found to obstruct the speedy bringing in of the Assessment.

Provided alwayes and bee it hereby Enacted and Declared That in case the way or manner of Assessing by a Pound Rate shall prove any wayes prejudiciall or obstructing to the speedy bringing in of the Assessment or any part thereof appointed by this Act That then and in all such Cases the respective Commissioners or any Two of them are hereby Authorized to Order and Direct their respective Assessors who are hereby Required to Proceede accordingly to Assesse the respective Summes Charged on the respective Counties Rideings Cities Burroughs Townes and Places mentioned in this Act according to the most just and usuall Rates held and practiced in such Counties Rideings Cities Burroughs Towns and Places respectively Any thing in this Act to the contrary thereof contained in any wise notwithstanding

XX. Proviso for Contract between Landlords and Tenants as to Payment of Taxes.

Provided alwayes That nothing in this Act contained shall be construed to Alter Change Determine or make Void any Contracts Covenants or Agreements whatsoever betweene Landlord and Tennant or any other Persons touching the Payment of Taxes and Assessments Any thing herein before mentioned to the contrary notwithstanding

XXI. Places used to be assessed to pay as heretofore.

Provided alwayes and bee it further Enacted and Declared by the Authority aforesaid That for the avoiding of all Obstructions and Delayes in Collecting the Sums by this Act to be Rated and Assessed all Places Constablewicks Divisions and Allotments which have used to be Rated and Assessed shall Pay and be Assessed in such County Hundred Rape and Wapentake as the same have heretofore beene usually Assessed in and not elsewhere

XXII. Action brought touching Execution of this Act.

General Issue; Treble Costs.

And bee it further Enacted by the Authority aforesaid That if any Action Plaint Suite or Information shall be Commenced or Prosecuted against any Person or Persons for what he or they shall doe in Pursuance or in Execution of this Act such Person or Persons soe sued in any Court whatsoever shall and may Pleade the Generall Issue (Not Guilty) and upon any Issue joyned may give this Act and the speciall matter in Evidence And if the Plaintiffe or Prosecutor shall become Nonsuite or forbeare further Prosecution or suffer a Discontinuance or if a Verdict passe against him the Defendants shall Recover their Treble Costs for which they shall have the like Remedy as in any Case where Costs by the Law are given to Defendants

XXIII. Receivers General and their Deputies to give Acquittances to Collectors.

The-like Provision; Such Acquittance to be a Discharge.

Provided alwayes and bee it Enacted by the Authority aforesaid That the severall Recievers Generall which shall be appointed according to this Act their Deputy or Deputyes shall from time to time at every Payment appointed thereby give unto the severall Collectors within their respective. Precincts upon the Payment of the whole Summe due at such times of payment from their respective Parishes Constablewicks or Places within each of their Collections severall Acquittances under their Hands without takeing any thing for the same And that in like manner at every time of Payment appointed by this Act the Receiver Generall of each County his Deputy or Deputies shall give unto the severall Collectors aforesaid upon the payment of the whole Summe or any part thereof due for their Parish or Place respectively at each time of payment aforesaid severall Acquittances under their Hands and Seals without takeing any thing for the same Which said Acquittance of the Reciever Generall his Deputy or Deputies shall be a full and perfect Discharge to the Collectors and to such Parish or Place respectively and to every Person Charged within the said Collectors charge against Their Majesties their Heires and Successors for the Summe or Summes of Money soe acquitted

XXIV. Where Lands, &c. unoccupied, and no Distress found, Collectors, Constables, &c, may enter and distrain.

Proceedings thereon.

Provided alwayes and bee it further Enacted That in case any Lands or Houses in any Parish Place or Constablewick shall be unoccupied and noe Distresse can be found on the same by reason whereof the said Parish Place and Constablewick are forced to pay and make good the Taxe Assessed upon such Land lying unoccupied That then it shall and may be lawfull at any time after for the Collectors Constable or Tythingmen of the said Parish Place or Constablewicke for the time being to Enter and Distraine upon the said Lands or Houses when there shall be any Distresse thereupon to be found and the Distresse and Distresses being the proper Goods of the Owner or any Claimeing any Estate Interest or Profitt under him if not Redeemed within Foure dayes by Payment of the Tax and Charge of the Distresse to Sell rendering the Overplus to the Owner or Owners of such Distresse And the said Collector Constable or Tythingman is hereby Enjoyned to Distribute the Money Raised by the said Distresse or Sale thereof proportionably to the Partie who Contributed to the Tax of the said unoccupied Lands

XXV. Where Wood Lands assessed, and no Distress had, Collectors, &c. may enter, and cut Wood, &c. growing. Buyers of such Wood may sell the same, rendering Overplus to Owner.

Provided alwayes and bee it Enacted That where any Woodlands shall be Assessed and noe Distresse can be had that in such Case it shall and may be lawfull to and for any Collector Constable Headburrough or Tythingman by Warrant under the Hands and Seals of two or more of the Commissioners of that Hundred or Division at seasonable times of the Yeare to Cutt and Sell to any Person or Persons soe much of the Wood growing on the Woodlands soe Assessed as will pay the Assessment or Assessments soe behinde and unpaid and the Charge incident thereunto And that it shall and may be lawfull for the Person and Persons and his and their Assignes to whome such Wood shall be Sold to Sell Cutt downe Dispose and Carry away the same to his owne use rendring the Overplus (if any be) to the Owner Any Law to the contrary notwithstanding

XXVI. Proceedings where Assessment charged on Property not distrainable.

Provided alwayes and bee it further Enacted That where any Taxe or Assessment shall be Charged or Laid upon any Tythes Tolls Profitts of Markets Fairs or Fishery or other Annuall Profitts not Distrainable in case the same shall not be Paid within Fifteene Dayes after such Assessment soe Charged or Laid and Demanded Then it shall and may be lawfull to and for the Collector Constable or other Officer thereunto appointed by Warrant under the Hands and Seals of any two or more of the Commissioners Authorized by this Act to Seize Take and Sell soe much of the said Tythes Tolls and other Profitts soe Charged as shall be sufficient for the Levying the said Tax and Assessment and all Charges occasioned by such Nonpayment thereof rendring the Overplus to the Owner (if any be)

XXVII. Receivers General certifying Arrears due where Monies have been received;

Penalty to Party; Penalty to Their Majesties.

And for the better preventing of such unjust Vexations as might be occasioned by such Persons as shall be appointed Receivers Generall of any the Summes of Money Granted by this Act and to the intent that the said Receivers Generall may returne a true Account into Their Majestyes Court of Exchequer of such Sums of Money as shall be Recieved by them and every of them their and every of their Deputie and Deputies Bee it further Enacted by the Authoritie aforesaid That if any Receiver Generall shall Returne or Certifie into the said Court any Summe or Summs of Money to be in Arreare [and (fn. 124) ] unpaid after the same have beene Recieved either by such Reciever Generall or by his Deputie or Deputies or any of them or shall cause any Person or Persons to be Sett Insuper in the said Court for any Sum or Sums of Money that hath beene soe Recieved That then every such Reciever Generall shall forfeit to every person and persons that shall be Molested Vexed or Dammaged by reason of such unjust Certificate Returne or Setting Insuper the Damages that shall be thereby occasioned the said Damages to be recovered by Action of Debt Bill Plaint or Information in which noe Essoigne Protection or Wager of Law shall be allowed nor any more then one Imparlance and shall alsoe forfeit to Their Majestyes Their Heires and Successors the Summe that shall be soe unjustly Certified or Returned or caused to be Sett Insuper

XXVIII. Quarterly Payments to be made to Receivers General, and by them into the Exchequer within 20 Days after the Times before mentioned.

And bee it further Enacted by the Authoritie aforesaid That the said Foure Quarterly Payments of One hundred thirty seven thousand six hundred forty one pounds eighteene shillings and two pence per Mensem amounting in each Quarter of the Foure Quarters to the Summe of Foure hundred twelve thousand nine hundred twenty five pounds fourteene shillings six pence shall be Assessed Collected Levyed and Paid to the Reciever Generall of the severall Counties that shall be appointed by the Times mentioned and expressed in this Act and shall be paid by the said Recievers Generall into Their Majestyes Receipt of the Exchequer within Twenty dayes after the said Times mentioned and expressed in this Act

XXIX. Commissioners not liable to Penalties of 25 Car. II. c. 2.

And bee it further Enacted by the Authoritie aforesaid That noe Commissioner or Commissioners who shall be imployed in the Execution of this Act shall be lyable for or by reason of such Execution to any of the Penalties mentioned in an Act made in the Five and twentieth Yeare of King Charles the Second Intituled An Act for Preventing Dangers which may happen from Popish Recusants

XXX. Commissioners to take the Oaths of 1 W. & M. Sess. 1. c. 8. which the Commissioners may administer.

Provided alwayes and bee it Enacted That noe Person shall be capeable of acting as a Commissioner in the Execution of this Act before he shall take the Oaths appointed by an Act of the last Parliament Entituled An Act for the Abrogating of the Oaths of Supremacy and Allegiance and appointing other Oaths Which Oaths it shall be lawfull for any Two or more Commissioners to Administer And they are hereby Required and Authorized to Administer the same to any other Commissioner

XXXI. Persons may lend Money to Their Majesties on this Act at £7 per Cent. per Ann.

Provided alwayes and it is hereby Enacted That it shall and may be lawfull to and for any Person and Persons to Advance and Lend unto Their Majestyes upon the Security of this Act any Summe or Summes of Money and to have and recieve for the forbearance thereof after the rate of Seven pounds by the Hundred for One whole Yeare and noe more directly or indirectly

XXXII. Repayment of such Monies how secured. Books provided.

Tally of Loan to Lender, and Warrant for Interest; Orders for Repayment registered according to Date of Tally, and paid in course; Monies to come in by this Act liable to satisfy such Loans; No Fee for providing or making Books, &c. or for Payment of Money lent; Penalty; Punishment; Undue Preference by Officer; Penalty; Undue Preference by Deputy; Penalty; Auditor, Clerk of the Pells, or Teller, not making Payments in due Order; Penalty; How all such Penalties to be recovered.

And to the end that all Moneys which shall be Lent unto Their Majesties upon the Credit of this Act may be well and sufficiently Secured out of the Moneys ariseing and payable by this Act Bee it further Enacted by the Authoritie aforesaid That there shall be provided and kept in Their Majestyes Exchequer (that is to say) in the Office of the Auditor of the Receipts one Booke or Register in which all Moneys that shall be paid into the Exchequer by Vertue of this Act shall be Entered and Registred apart and distinct from all other Moneys paid or payable to Their Majesties upon any other Branch of Their Majestyes Revenue or upon any other Account whatsoever And that all and every Person and Persons who shall Lend any Money to Their Majestyes upon the Credit of this Act and pay the same into the Receipt of the Exchequer shall immediately have a Tally of Loane strucke for the same and an Order for his Repayment bearing the same Date with his Tally In which Order shall be alsoe contained a Warrant for payment of Interest for Forbearance after the Rate of Seven pounds per Centū per Annū for his Consideration to be paid every Three Months untill Repayment of his Principall And that all Orders for Repayment of Money shall be Registred in course according to the Date of the Tally respectively without preference of one before another And that all and every Person and Persons shall be paid in course according as their Orders shall stand Entered in the said Register Booke soe as that the Person Native or Forreigner his Executors Administrators and Assignes who shall have his Order or Orders first Entered in the said Booke of Register shall be taken and accounted as the first Person to be paid upon the Moneys to come in by Vertue of this Act And he or they who shall have his or their Order or Orders next Entered shall be taken and accounted to be the second Person to be paid and soe successively and in course And that the Moneys to come in by this Act shall be in the same Order lyable to the satisfaction of the said respective Parties their Executors Administrators or Assigns successively without preference of one before another and not otherwise and not to be divertible to any other Use Intent or Purpose whatsoever And that noe Fee Reward or Gratuity directly or indirectly be demanded or taken of any [of (fn. 125) ] Their Majestyes Subjects for provideing or makeing of any such Bookes Registers Entryes View or Search in or for Payment of Money Lent or the Interest as aforesaid by any of Their Majesties Officer or Officers their Clerks or Deputies on Paine of Payment of Treble Damages to the Partie grieved by the Party offending with Costs of Suite or if the Officer himselfe take or demand any such Fee or Reward then to lose his Place alsoe And if any undue Preference of one before another shall be made either in point of Registry or Payment contrary to the true meaning of this Act by any such Officer or Officers then the Partie offending shall be lyable by Action of Debt or on the Case to pay the Value of the Debt Damages and Costs to the Partie grieved and shall be forejudged from his Place or Office And if such Preference be unduely made by any his Deputie or Clerke without direction or Privity of his Master then such Deputie or Clerke onely shall be lyable to such Action Debt Damages and Costs and shall be for ever after uncapeable of his Place or Office. And in case the Auditor shall not direct the Order or the Clerke of the Pells Record or the Teller make Payment according to each Persons due place and order as afore directed then he or they shall be judged to forfeit and their respective Deputies and Clerks herein offending to be lyable to such Action Debt Damages and Costs in such manner as aforesaid All which said Penalties Forfeitures Damages and Costs to be incurred by any of the Officers of the Exchequer or any their Deputies or Clerks shall and may be recovered by Action of Debt Bill Plaint or Information in any of Their Majestyes Courts of Record at Westminster wherein noe Essoigne Protection Priviledge Wager of Law Injunction or Order of Restraint shall be in any wise granted or allowed

XXXIII. Proviso where several Tallies bear Date the same Day.

Paying subsequent Orders, if first demanded, no undue Preference, if sufficient reserved to satisfy preceding Orders.

Provided alwayes and bee it hereby Declared That if it happen that severall Tallyes of Loane or Orders for Payment as aforesaid beare Date or be brought the same Day to the Auditor of the Receipt to be Registred then it shall be interpreted noe undue Preference which of those he Enters first soe he Enters them all the same Day Provided alsoe That it shall not be interpreted any undue Preference to incurr any Penaltie in point of Payment if the Auditor Direct and the Clerke of the Pells Record and the Tellers doe pay subsequent Orders of Persons that come and demand their Money and bring their Order before other Persons that did not come to demand their Money and bring their Order in their Course soe as there be soe much [Money (fn. 126) ] reserved as will satisfie precedent Orders which shall not be otherwise disposed but kept for them (Interest upon Loane being to cease from the time the Money is soe reserved and kept in Banke for them.)

XXXIV. Orders for Payment of Money lent may be assigned by Indorsement.

Memorial thereof without Fee; Assignee may in like manner assign.

And bee it further Enacted by the Authority aforesaid That every person or persons to whome any Moneys shall be due by vertue of this Act after Order Entred in the Booke of Register aforesaid for payment thereof his Executors Administrators or Assignes by Indorsement of his Order may Assigne and Transfer his Right Title Interest and Benefit of such Order or any part thereof to any other which being Notified in the Office of the Auditor of Receipt aforesaid and an Entry or Memoriall thereof alsoe made in the Booke of Register aforesaid for Orders (which the Officers shall upon Request without Fee or Charge accordingly make) shall Intitle such Assignee his Executors Administrators and Assignes to the Benefit thereof and Payment thereon And such Assignee may in like manner Assigne againe and soe toties quoties And afterwards it shall not be in the power of such person or persons who have or hath made such Assignments to make Void Release or Discharge the same or any the Moneys thereby due or any part thereof

XXXV. Out of the Monies raised by this Act £1,000,000 applied to the Payment of Seamen and Stores.

Office of Ordnance and other necessary Naval Services.

And to the intent that the Summe of Ten hundred thousand pounds part of the Moneys to be Raised by vertue of this Act may be certainly applyed to the payment of Seamen and to the paying for Stores Provisions and Victualls and for other necessary Uses and Services in and for Their Majesties Navy Royall Bee it Enacted That out of the Money which shall be Levyed and Paid by vertue of this Act into the Receipt of the Exchequer as well upon Loane as otherwise the Summe of Ten hundred thousand pounds shall be Applyed and Appropriated and is hereby Appropriated to and for the payment of Seamen that have Served and shall Serve in Their Majestyes Navy Royall and to and for the paying for Stores Provisions and Victualls supplyed and to be supplyed and to and for the Expences of Their Majestyes Office of Ordnance in respect to Navall Affaires and for other necessary Uses and Services performed and to be performed for the said Navy.

XXXVI.

Collector keeping Money in hand, or paying to Person other than Receiver General; Penalty; Receiver General or Deputy paying Monies paid to him to Persons other than the Exchequer, or paying by Warrant upon Tally of Pro or Tally of Anticipation, &c. to divert Payment into the Exchequer. Penalty.

And for the effectuall doeing thereof and that the said Summe of Ten hundred thousand pounds hereby Appropriated to the Uses aforesaid may not be Diverted or Applyed to any other Purpose And alsoe to the intent that all the Moneys Given by this Act may be duly paid into Their Majesties Exchequer Bee it further Enacted That if any Collector of any Parish or Place shall keepe in his Hands any part of the Money by him Collected for any longer time then is by this Act Directed (other then the Allowance made unto him by this Act) or shall pay any part thereof to any person or persons other then the Receiver Generall of such County or Place or his respective Deputie That every such Collector shall forfeit for every such Offence the Summe of Five pounds And in case any Receiver Generall or his Deputy shall pay any part of the Moneys paid to him or them by any Collector by vertue of this Act to any person or persons whatsoever (other then the Receipt of Their Majestyes Exchequer) and that at or within the respective Times limitted by this Act or in case such Receiver Generall or his Deputy shall pay any part of the said Moneys by any Warrant of the Commissioners of the Treasury or the Lord Treasurer Under Treasurer or Commissioners of the Treasury for the time being or upon any Tally of Pro or Tally of Anticipation or other Way or Device whatsoever whereby to divert or hinder the actuall Payment thereof into the Receipt of the Exchequer as aforesaid That then such Receiver Generall shall for every such Offence of himselfe or his Deputie forfeit the Summe of Five hundred pounds to him or them that shall Sue for the same in any Court of Record by Bill Plaint or Information wherein noe Essoigne Protection or Wager of Law is to be allowed

XXXVII. Treasury not to direct Warrant to Collectors, &c. for Payment to Persons other than into Exchequer, nor to Officers of Exchequer for striking of Tally of Pro, &c.

Officer not to strike, &c. any such Tally, &c.

And it is hereby further Enacted That the Commissioners of the Treasury or the Lord Treasurer Under Treasurer or Commissioners of the Treasury for the time being or any of them doe not direct any Warrant to any of the said Collectors or Receivers Generall or their Deputies for the Payment of any part of the Moneys hereby Given to any person or persons other then into the Receipt of the Exchequer as aforesaid nor shall they or any of them direct any Warrant to the Officers of the Exchequer for the Strikeing of any Tally of Pro or Tally of Anticipation nor doe any other Matter or Thing whereby to divert the actuall Payments of the said Moneys into the Receipt of the Exchequer Nor shall the Officers of the Exchequer Strike or Direct or Record the Strikeing of any Tally of Pro or Tally of Anticipation upon any of the said Moneys upon any Account or Warrant whatsoever Nor shall any Teller throw downe any Bill whereby to Charge himself with any of the said Moneys untill he shall have actually recieved the same

XXXVIII. Officers of Exchequer to keep Accounts of the said £1,000,000 distinct.

Regulations as to issuing such Money to Treasurer of the Navy.

And bee it hereby further Enacted That the Officers of the Receipt of Their Majestyes Exchequer shall keepe the said Summe of Ten hundred thousand pounds hereby Appropriated and the Account thereof distinct from all other Moneys and Account whatsoever And that the Commissioners of the Treasury or the Lord Treasurer Under Treasurer or [the (fn. 127) ] Commissioners of the Treasury for the time being doe not Signe any Warrant or Order or doe any other Matter or Thing for the issueing any part of the said Summe of Ten hundred thousand pounds hereby Appropriated as aforesaid to any person or persons other then the Treasurer of the Navy or his Deputy for the time being and expressing therein that the same is for the Uses aforesaid, Nor shall the Auditor of the Receipt draw any Order for the issueing any part of the said Summe of Ten hundred thousand pounds hereby Appropriated to any person or persons other then the Treasurer of the Navy or his Deputie as aforesaid Nor shall he Direct or the Clerke of the Pells Record or any Teller make Payment of any of the said Moneys by vertue of any Warrant or upon any Order or other Way or Device whatsoever other then to the Persons and for the Uses aforesaid and to be soe mentioned and expressed in such Warrant or Order

XXXIX. Regulations for Treasurer of the Navy as to keeping and issuing the said Sum of £1,000,000.

And it is hereby further Enacted That the Treasurer of the Navy for the time being shall keepe the said Sum[m]e of Ten hundred thousand pounds appropriated as aforesaid by Vertue of this Act as the same shall be paid in to him distinct and apart from all other Moneys and shall Issue and Pay the same by Warrant of the Principall Officers and Commissioners of the Navy or any Three or more of them and mentioning and expressing that the same is for the respective Uses for which the same is appropriated as aforesaid and for noe other Use Intent or Purpose whatsoever Which said Principall Officers and Commissioners of the Navy are to follow therein the Order and Direction of the Commissioners of the Admiralty or the Lord High Admirall for the time being for apportioning the same to the respective Uses aforementioned

XL. And for Commissioners &c. of the Navy as to signing Navy Bills, &c. for issuing such Money.

And it is hereby further Enacted That the Principall Officers and Commissioners of the Navy or any of them shall not Signe any Warrant or Navy Bill or doe any other Act or Thing for the Issueing and Paying any part of the said Summe of Ten hundred thousand pounds soe appropriated by this Act to any Use Intent or Purpose whatsoever other then for the respective Uses for which the same is appropriated as aforesaid and to be soe mentioned and expressed in such Warrant or Navy Bill

XLI. Officers appointed to receive said £1,000,000, misapplying same;

Penalty; How applied.

And it is further Enacted That if any of the Officers which are appointed by this Act to recieve the said Summe of Ten hundred thousand pounds hereby appropriated or any part thereof shall after the Receipt of the said Money divert or misapply the same or any part thereof by Vertue of any Warrant from the Com[m]issioners of the Treasury or from the Lord Treasurer or other superiour Officers for the time being contrary to the true intent of this Act That then such Officer or Officers soe diverting or misapplying the said Money shall forfeit the like Summe soe diverted or misapplyed Which said Forfeiture shall be Recovered by Action of Debt Bill Plaint or Information in any of Their Majesties Courts of Record at Westminster Wherein noe Essoigne Protection or Wager of Law shall be allowed The one Moyety of which Forfeiture soe to be Recovered shall be to the Informer or him who shall sue for the same The other Moyety thereof to be distributed to the Poore of the Parish where such Offence shall be Committed.

XLII. Officers of Exchequer or Navy misapplying the same Monies.

Penalty.

And bee it further Enacted That if any Officer or Officers mentioned in this Act or in any wise belonging to the Exchequer or Navy shall willingly and wilfully Offend against this Law or any Clause thereof by diverting or misapplying any part of the said Summe of Ten hundred thousand pounds appropriated as aforesaid contrary to the true Intent of the said Act That for any and every such Offence such Officer and Officers soe offending shall forfeit his Office and Place and is and are hereby Disabled and made Uncapable to hold or execute the said Office or any other Office whatsoever for the future.

XLIII. No Stay of Prosecution in Actions for Penalties.

Provided alsoe and bee it Enacted That noe stay of Prosecution upon any Command Warrant Motion or Order or Direction by Non vult ulterius prosequi shall be had made admitted recieved or allowed by any Court whatsoever in any Suite or Proceeding by Action of Debt Bill Plaint or Information or otherwise for the recovery of all or any the Paines Penalties or Forfeitures upon any Person or Persons by this Act inflicted or therein mentioned or for or in order to the Conviction or Disability of any person offending against this Act

XLIV. £41,160 already taken up for Navy esteemed Part of said £1,000,000.

Provided and it is hereby Declared and Enacted That the Summe of Forty one thousand one hundred and sixty pounds already taken up for the Service of the Navy be taken and esteemed as part of the Summe hereby Appropriated for the Use of the Navy.

Footnotes

1 omitted in King's Printer's Copy.
2 Soveraignes O.
3 interlined on the Roll.
4 interlined on the Roll.
5 Robarts O.
6 Scawen O.
7 Cope O.
8 Slade O.
9 Esquire O.
10 interlined on the Roll.
11 Mickleton O.
12 Rookes O.
13 Fowlis O.
14 interlined on the Roll.
15 Reynolds O.
16 Chartisepher O.
17 Robert O.
18 John O.
19 interlined on the Roll.
20 Reynolds O.
21 Sprignell O.
22 Barron O.
23 Merdiath O.
24 of Brockhampton O.
25 interlined on the Roll.
26 Thomas Howorth Robert Payne James Lloyd of the Moore O.
27 interlined on the Roll and omitted in the Original Act.
28 Realme O.
29 Joicelin O.
30 Musters O.
31 Charles Amhurst Jeffery Amhurst O.
32 Millerd O.
33 William O.
34 Gifford O.
35 Esquire O.
36 Denne O.
37 interlined on the Roll.
38 Esquire O.
39 James O.
40 Bootle O.
41 Whittacre O.
42 Jeremy O.
43 interlined on the Roll.
44 Bainbrigg O.
45 Watton O.
46 Horblin O.
47 Nelhorp O.
48 James O.
49 Esquire O.
50 Galston O.
51 Chiny O.
52 Fedding O.
53 Cowden O.
54 O. omits.
55 interlined on the Roll.
56 Gentleman O.
57 Scudmore O.
58 interlined on the Roll.
59 Harbord O.
60 Hoste O.
61 Mapes O.
62 Dersley O.
63 Samuell Fuller Esquire O.
64 Gilbert O.
65 Knight O.
66 interlined on the Roll.
67 Formedo O.
68 Gunner O.
69 Sunnybanke O.
70 Adeane and no blank O.
71 interlined on the Roll.
72 Charles O.
73 Owen O.
74 Bayliffe O.
75 Halswell O.
76 Bober O.
77 Gorges O.
78 Strachy O.
79 Turton O.
80 Lawson O.
81 Streakley O.
82 Norley O.
83 Wiltshire O.
84 Esquire O.
85 interlined on the Roll.
86 Marlsford O.
87 Fowls O.
88 Weld O.
89 Esquire O.
90 Carter O.
91 Peyton O.
92 Henry O.
93 Borrows O.
94 Junior O.
95 Cheald O.
96 Marrot O.
97 Colemon O.
98 Godsale O.
99 interlined on the Roll.
100 Nicholls O.
101 Swainson O.
102 Seymore O.
103 Fiddletons O.
104 Phillips O.
105 Henning O.
106 Bayliffe O.
107 Griffits O.
108 O. omits.
109 Walter Parry David Lloyd O.
110 Jones O.
111 interlined on the Roll.
112 Robert O.
113 Condway O.
114 interlined on the Roll.
115 Marsmore O.
116 Cassall O.
117 Corbell O.
118 interlined on the Roll.
119 Hartstongue O.
120 Herbert O.
121 sayd O.
122 interlined on the Roll.
123 interlined on the Roll.
124 or O.
125 O. omits.
126 interlined on the Roll.
127 O. omits.