William and Mary, 1691
An Act for Granting an Aid to Their Majesties of the Sum[m]e of Sixteene hundred fifty one thousand seven hundred and two pounds eighteen shillings towards the Carrying on a Vigorous Warre against France. [Chapter V. Rot. Parl, pt. 3.]

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'William and Mary, 1691: An Act for Granting an Aid to Their Majesties of the Sum[m]e of Sixteene hundred fifty one thousand seven hundred and two pounds eighteen shillings towards the Carrying on a Vigorous Warre against France. [Chapter V. Rot. Parl, pt. 3.]', Statutes of the Realm: volume 6: 1685-94 (1819), pp. 259-301. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=46359 Date accessed: 29 July 2014.


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II. Commissioners named. III. Commissioners to meet in the several Counties, &c. on the 2d Day of February next, to execute this Act; and may subdivide themselves. IV. Commissioners to set down in Writing what Number of them shall act in each Division, and deliver Copy thereof to Receiver General. V. Receivers General to give Commissioners a Receipt for Monies received by them from their Division. VI. £412,925. 14s. 6d. to be paid to Receiver General 25th March 1692. VII. Assessors to deliver Copy of Assessment to Commissioners; Commissioners to sign, &c. Two Duplicates thereof, and to deliver One to Collector, which they are to nominate, with Warrant for Collection. VIII. Notice of money received by Receiver General or his Deputy to Commissioners. IX. Allowance to Collectors. X. Persons charged refusing, &c. to pay; Distress. XI. Tenant paying, acquitted to Amount of Payment. XII. Persons not executing Act, Commissioners may fine. XIII. Collector neglecting to pay or detaining Monies; Proceedings by Commissioners. XIV. At Expiration of times for Quarterly Payments Commissioners are to call Collectors before them, &c. and, in case of Failure, to cause same to be levied. XV. On Questions respecting Assessments, in which Commissioners concerned, they are to withdraw. XVI. Privileged Places, Persons, &c. not exempt. XVII. Proviso for Colleges in the Two Universities, Colleges of Windsor, Eton, Winchester, and Westminster, and for Hospitals, in respect of Sites of Colleges, &c. XVIII. Lands, &c. held by Lease from Hospitals, &c. to be rated at their yearly Value. XIX. Persons having a House in one Parish, &c. and Goods in another, charged where they dwell. XX. No Clause in this Act to extend to lessen the Rate. XXI. Proceedings in case assessing by Pound Rate found to obstruct speedy bringing in Assessment. XXII. Proviso for Contracts between Landlord and Tenant as to Payment of Taxes. XXIII. Places assessed in such County, &c. as heretofore. XXIV. In Actions brought touching Execution of this Act, XXV. Receivers General and their Deputies to give Acquittances to Collectors, without Fee. XXVI. When Lands, &c. unoccupied, and no Distress found, Collectors, Constables, &c. may enter and distrain. XXVII. Where Woodland assessed, and no Distress had, Collectors, &c. may cut and sell Wood growing. XXVIII. Proceedings where Assessment charged on Tithes and other Property not distrainable. XXIX. Receivers General certifying Arrears to be due where the Monies have been received. XXX. Quarterly Payments to be made to Receiver General and by them into the Exchequer within 20 Days after the times before mentioned. XXXI. Receivers General to become bound. XXXII. What Persons not to be Receivers General under this Act. XXXIII. Commissioners not liable for Penalties of 25 Car. II. c. 2. XXXIV. Commissioners to take the Oath of 1 W. & M. Sess. 1. c. 8. XXXV. Receivers General before the end of Trinity Term.; 1693 to finish their Accounts. XXXVI. Rents, Charges, &c. to be assessed in the Proportion as the Lands out of which they issue. XXXVII. Proviso respecting King's Bench Prison; and the Marshalsea. XXXVIII. Persons may lend Money to Their Majesties on this Act at £7 per Cent. per Ann. XXXIX. Repayment of such Monies how secured. XL. Proviso where several Tallies bear Date the same Day. XLI. Orders for Payment of Money lent may be assigned by Indorsement. XLII. 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. XLIII. Collector keeping Money in hand, or paying to Persons other than the Receiver General. XLIV. Treasury not to direct Warrant to Collectors, &c. for Payment to Persons other than into Exchequer; nor to the Officers of Exchequer for striking of Tally of Pro, &c. XLV. Officers of Exchequer to keep Accounts of the said £1,000,000 distinct. XLVI. Treasurer of the Navy and Treasurer of the Ordnance to keep Monies apart. XLVII. And for Commissioners of Navy as to signing Navy Bills, &c. for issuing such Money. XLVIII. Officers appointed to receive the said £1,000,000 misapplying same. XLIX. Officers of Exchequer, Navy, or Ordnance misapplying the same Monies. L. No Stay of Prosecutions, &c. in Actions for Penalties. LI. Out of Monies appropriated to Navy Stores and Naval Ordnance, Naval Stores and Provision other than Victualling paid in course. LII. Principal Officers of the Ordnance may pay by Imprest. LIII. Not undue Preference to pay subsequent Bills first demanded if sufficient left for preceding Bills. LIV. Ancient legal Fees only allowed. Footnotes

Grant of £1,651,702. 18s. to be raised in the Counties and Places, and in the Proportions, herein mentioned.

Most Gracious Sovereigns
Wee Your Majesties Most Dutifull and Loyall Subjects the Commons in Parliament Assembled being deeply Sensible of the abundant Care Wisdome and Resolution with which Your Majesties have defended and Preserved these Kingdomes against the Opposition of Open and Secret Enemies and being Resolved Effectually to Support Your Government and Assist Your Majesties for the vigorous carrying on the Warre against France, have towards the Ends and Purposes aforesaid, Cheerefully and Unanimously Given and Granted unto Your Majesties the Rates and Assessments hereafter mentioned And wee doe humbly beseech Your Majesties That itt may be Enacted And be itt Enacted by the King and Queenes most Excellent Majesties by and with the Advice and Consent of the Lords Spirituall and Temporall and Co[m]mons in this present Parliament Assembled and by the Authority of the same That the Su[m]me of Sixteene hundred fifty one thousand seven hundred and two pounds eighteene shillings shall be raised levyed and paid unto Theire Majesties in manner following That is to say The Su[m]me of One hundred thirty seven thousand six hundred forty one pounds eighteene shillings and two pence by the Moneth for Twelve Moneths beginning from the Five and twentieth Day of December in the Yeare of our Lord One thousand six hundred ninety and one shall be assessed taxed levyed and paid by Foure Quarterly Payments in the severall Counties Cityes Boroughs Townes and Places within England and Wales and the Towne of Berwick upon Tweed according to the Proportions following (Vi[z]) For each of the said Twelve Moneths

For the County of Bedford the Su[m]me of One thousand seven hundred ninety three pounds fifteene shillings six pence

For the County of Berks the Su[m]me of Two thousand two hundred sixty foure pounds thirteene shillings two pence

For the County of Bucks the Su[m]me of Two thousand six hundred and thirty pounds twelve shillings tenne pence

For the County of Cambridge the Su[m]me of Two thousand and fourty pounds

The Isle of Ely the Su[m]me of Six hundred ninety nine pounds fifteene shillings ten pence

The County of Chester the Su[m]me of One thousand foure hundred ninety five pounds fourteene shillings foure pence

The City and County of the City of Chester the Su[m]me of One hundred and six pounds sixteene shillings eight pence

The County of Cornwall the Su[m]me of Three thousand eighty one pounds sixteene shillings six pence

The County of Cumberland the Su[m]me of Three hundred thirty six pounds twelve shillings two pence

The County of Derby the Su[m]me of One thousand seven hundred twenty foure pounds sixteene shillings eight pence

The County of Devon the Su[m]me of Six thousand foure hundred fifty nine pounds eighteene shillings foure pence.

The City and County of the City of Exeter the Su[m]me of Two hundred thirty two pounds fourteene shillings eight pence

The County of Dorsett the Su[m]me of Two thousand six hundred eighty nine pounds and ten pence

The Towne and County of Poole the Su[m]me of Twenty one pounds nineteene shillings foure pence

The County of Durham the Sum[m]e of Six hundred fourty seven pounds thirteene shillings six pence

The County of Yorke with the City and County of the City of Yorke and the Towne and County of Kingston upon Hull the Sum[m]e of Six thousand nine hundred thirty eight pounds ten shillings foure pence

The County of Essex the Sum[m]e of Six thousand one hundred ninety six pounds seventeene shillings and eight pence

The County of Gloucester the Sum[m]e of Three thousand six hundred seventeene pounds and six pence

The City and County of the City of Gloucester the Sum[m]e of Seaventy eight pounds sixteen shillings

The County of Hereford the Su[m]me of Two thousand two hundred sixty three pounds six shillings and eight pence

The County of Hertford the Su[m]me of Two thousand six hundred ninety one pounds twelve shillings and six pence

The County of Huntington the Su[m]me 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 Su[m]me of Six thousand six hundred fifty three pounds seventeene shillings foure pence

The County of Lancaster the Su[m]me of Two thousand and thirteene pounds seven shillings

The County of Leicester the Su[m]me 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 Su[m]me of Five thousand one hundred fifty pounds foure shillings

The City of London with the Liberties of St Martins le Grand the Su[m]e of Eight thousand five hundred eighty three pounds two shillings eight pence

The County of Middlesex with the City and Liberty of Westminster the Su[m]me of Six thousand eighty one pounds

The County of Monmouth the Su[m]me of Seven hundred and eighty pounds

The County of Northampton the Su[m]me 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 Su[m]me of One thousand seven hundred fourty six pounds sixteene shillings

The County of Norfolke the Su[m]me of Six thousand seven hundred fourty one pounds foure shillings

The City and County of the City of Norwich the Su[m]me of Three hundred sixty pounds

The County of Northumberland with the Towne of Newcastle and Berwick upon Tweed the Su[m]me of Seaven hundred fourty five pounds eleaven shillings foure pence

The County of Oxon the Su[m]me of Two thousand two hundred seventy one pounds one shilling foure pence

The County of Rutland the Su[m]me of Foure hundred eighty pounds seventeene shillings and ten pence

The County of Salop the Sum[m]e of Two thousand foure hundred and seven pounds eight shillings foure pence

The County of Stafford the Su[m]me of One thousand seven hundred and five pounds three shillings foure pence

The City and County of the City of Litchfeild the Su[m]me of Twenty six pounds

The County of Somersett the Su[m]me of Five thousand five hundred fourty three pounds one shilling foure pence

The City and County of the City of Bristoll the Su[m]me 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 Su[m]me of Foure thousand three hundred seventy eight pounds seventeene shillings foure pence

The County of Suffolke the Su[m]me of Six thousand five hundred ninety seven pounds one shilling foure pence

The County of Surry with the Borough of Southwark the Su[m]me of Three thousand one hundred ninety foure pounds and foure pence

The County of Sussex the Su[m]me of Three thousand six hundred fourty two pounds fifteene shillings six pence

The County of Warwick with the City and County of the City of Coventry the Su[m]me of Two thousand three hundred eighty foure pounds seventeene shillings six pence

The County of Worcester the Su[m]me of Two thousand one hundred seven pounds eighteene shillings

The City and County of the City of Worcester the Su[m]me of One hundred and ten pounds nineteene shillings

The County of Wilts the Su[m]me of Three thousand nine hundred thirty three pounds fifteene shillings two pence

The County of Westmerland the Su[m]me of Two hundred thirty two pounds

The County of Anglesey the Su[m]me of Two hundred fifty one pounds seven shillings foure pence

The County of Brecknock the Su[m]me of Five hundred sixty five pounds eleven pence

For the County of Cardigan the Su[m]me of Two hundred eleven pounds eleven shillings seven pence

The County of Carmarthen the Su[m]me of Five hundred fourty foure pounds thirteene shillings foure pence

The County of Carnarvan the Su[m]me of Two hundred ninety three pounds foure shillings foure pence

The County of Denbigh the Su[m]me of Foure hundred fourty seven pounds one shilling two pence

The County of Flint the Su[m]me of Two hundred thirty seven pounds fourteene shillings eight pence

The County of Glamorgan the Su[m]me of Seaven hundred fifty seaven pounds fifteene shillings eight pence

The County of Merioneth the Su[m]me of Two hundred and one pounds twelve shillings two pence

The County of Montgomery the Su[m]me of Five hundred fifty three pounds foure shillings four pence

The County of Pembroke the Su[m]me of Six hundred fifty three pounds

The County of Radnor the Su[m]me of Three hundred fourty eight pounds thirteene shillings foure pence

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

II. Commissioners named.

And bee itt further Enacted by the Authority aforesaid That for the effectuall putting of this present Act in Execution all and every the Persons hereafter named shall bee Commissioners of and for the severall and respective Counties Cities Boroughs Townes and Places hereafter menc[i]oned.

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 Burgoine Sir Rowland Alstone Sir Villiers Charnock Sir John Osborne Baronetts Sir William Beecher Sir Francis Wingate Knights Sir John Francklyn Sir James Astrey Masters in Chancery William Duncombe Oliver Luke William Boteler Lewis Monoux Thomas Browne Benjamin Conquest Samuell Cater Thomas Hillersdon John Osborne William Farrer the Queenes Solicitor William Foster Thomas Cheyne William Palmer Richard Stone Edward Stone John Vaux George Abbott John Cockaine William Spencer Richard Edwards Brooke Bridges George Edwards Thomas Bromsall Ralph Bromsall Walter Gary Robert Mountague Gains Squire Henry Astley junior Samuell Rolt Humphrey Fish Charles Gery William Farrer junior Samuell Bedford Robert Audley William Daniel Esquires Sir John Thompson John Harvey of Thurley Thomas Christie Matthew Denys William Livesay William Alstone Thomas Halfepenny Samuell Rhodes John Wagstaffe William Simcotts Nicholas Granger William Whitebread George Barnardistone Richard Orlebar of Hinwicke John Davies William Boteler of Wootton William Branderith Samuell Ironside Esquires Thomas Arnold of Ampthill William Crow George Nodes George Cobb Gentleman.

For the Towne of Bedford

The Mayor for the tyme being Thomas Hillersdon Esquire Thomas Christie Esquire William Foster Doctor of Law William Farrer Esquire Robert Bell Gentleman William Faldoe Ralph Smith William Beckett Aldermen William Manley John Hawes Gentlemen

For the County of Berks.

The Right Honourable Sir John Trevor Knight Speaker of the Honourable House of Commons First Lord Commissioner for the Custody of the Great Seale of England and one of Theire Majesties most Honourable Privy Councell The Right Honourable Henry Powle Esquire Master of the Rolls and one of Theire Majesties most Honourable Privy Councill Henry Earle of Sterling of the Kingdome of Scotland Mountague Lord Norris the Honourable Bernard Granville Esquire Sir Humphrey Forster Sir John Stonehouse Sir Thomas Draper Sir William Rich Sir Henry Winchcombe Sir Thomas Clarges Sir Edmond Fettiplace Sir John Hobby Sir Anthony Craven Sir Henry Henn Sir Willoughby Aston Sir William Kendrick Sir Thomas Selyard Baronetts Sir Henry Fane Knight of the Bath Sir Charles Porter Sir Robert Pye Sir Robert Sawyer Sir Algernoone May Sir Edward Norris Sir Walter Clarges Sir Christopher Wrenn Sir William Whitelock Sir Jonathan Raymond Sir George Willoughby Sir Thomas Dolman Sir Jemet Raymond Sir Thomas Travaile Knights William Harrison Doctor in Divinity and Master of St Crosse William Stonehouse John Blandy Henry Barker Henry Nevill John Archer Richard Nevill Richard Aldworth Richard Jones William Cherry Edmund Fettiplace Tanfeild Vachell Edmund Pye Henry Kingsmill Thomas Pleadwell James Stonehouse Charles Garrard John Blagrave Loftes Brightwell Paul Calton Henry Fairfax James Paul Gifford of Monseford Charles Fettiplace Thomas Pettit Alexander Fettiplace Paul Calton junior John Hippesley Benjamin Rudyerd John Standing Richard Pye Thomas Goodlacke Thomas Fectiplace James Perrott William Barker of Sunning Thomas Buckeridge Edmund Wiseman Henry Heyling Simon Harcourt Roger Draper William Jennings John Whitfeild James Hayes Edward Sherwood Edward Sawyer Baptist May Richard Southby Thomas Gunter senior Thomas Turner John Southby Thomas Southby Thomas Lee Francis White John Whitwick Thomas Dolman Thomas Seymour Thomas Tipping Roger Knight John Plummer John Topham Richard Jennings Christopher Willoughby William Adderley John Wallis John Holloway Robert Mayott William Angell William Thomson John Verney John Wildman senior John Wildman junior Richard Brickendon Arthur Onslow Thomas Garrard Thomas Harwood William Smith Thomas Brickendon junior Simon Smith Henry Battin Thomas Hoard Nathan Knight Bartholomew Tipping John Fincher Phillipp Weston John Edmonds Robert Lee George Blagrave John Dean Bolton James John Peacock John Jennings of Stanford John Dew John Dalby Richard Knapp John Loder Thomas Loder John Pottinger of Sudbury Sebastian Lyford Edward Read Edward Lovedon Thomas Read Richard Palmer Francis Parry Richard Stephens John Pottinger of Inkpen Charles Collins David Bigg Story Barker Charleton Whitelock Moses Bruch Doctor in Physick Joseph Cowslade Ralph Howland Thomas Gunter Esquires Robert Jennings John Bigg Moses Slade Richard Skinner James Stone Charles Lush Rice Watkins Richard Paine Charles Harrison John Smith Anthony Leaver Nicholas Humphreys Charles Galverley Thomas Stephens Edward Brackston George Lamport Robert Selwood Richard Pusey John Oliver Robert Blackaller James Corderoy John Paine Thomas Hains Grove of Grove Thomas Parker Richard Fishbourne Henry Peacock Peter Sawyer Richard Aldworth Doctor of Law Robert Mason Thomas Harrison Thomas Edmonds Richard Cooper Thomas Cowslade Simon Winch Giles Pocock John Pocock of Streatley Charles Peacock Richard Mathewes Richard Lyford Richard Pocock of Bradley John Wilder Silas Sebroe Pottenger of Burfeild John Head of Langley John Head of Hodcott Gentlemen the Mayor of Reading the Mayor of Windsor the Mayor of Abingdon the Mayor of Wallingford the Mayor of Newbury the Alderman of Ockingham for the tyme being.

For the Borough of New Windsor

The Honourable Bernard Granville Esquire The Mayor for the tyme being Charles Potts William Adderley John Topham Esquires Richard Plumton Richard Hales Richard Fishbourne Francis Negus John Church George Woodson Gentlemen Robert Frith Alderman.

For the County of Bucks

Anthony Lord Viscount Falkland of the Kingdome of Scotland The Right Honourable Thomas Wharton Esq[uire] Comptroller of Theire Majesties Houshold one of Theire Majesties most Honourable Privy Councill The Right Honourable Richard Hampden Esquire Chancellor and Under-Treasurer of Theire Majesties Exchequer and one of Theire Majesties most Honourable Privy Councill Charles Lord Cheyne of the Kingdome of Scotland Henry Bertie Esquire Sir Richard Temple Knight of the Bath and Baronett Sir Thomas Tyrrell Sir Walter Clarges Sir Anthony Chester Sir Thomas Proby Sir Ralph Verney Sir Henry Andrewes Sir Thomas Lee Sir William Dormer Sir. Dennis Hampson Sir Peter Tyrrell Sir Richard Atkins Sir John Packington Baronetts Sir Robert Clayton Sir Thomas Clarges Sir William Whitelock Sir Purbeck Temple Sir Roger Hill Sir Peter Apsley Knights Sir John Thompson Baronett Sir Marmaduke Dayrell Knight John Hampden Edmund Waller Richard Beake William Penn Sir Orlando Gee Sir William Pritchard William Mountague Serjeant att Law William Cheyne Thomas Hackett John Duncombe of Great Brickhill Alexander Denton Thomas Piggott John Parkhurst Thomas Lewes senior Thomas Lewes junior Robert Lovett Thomas Berrenger John Backwell Edward Humfreville Knightly Purefoy Roger Price John Whitterong Richard Greenville Budd Wase Basill Brent Charles Stafford Richard Ingoldsby. Thomas Eggleton Robert Dormer Edmund Waller of Gregories Esquires Sir Joseph Alston Benjamin Lane Nicholas Salter Robert Stiles William Busby Richard Nicholls Edmund Dorrell Francis Drake Joseph Neale Harry Tyrrell Henry Stevens Arthur Warren Francis Duncombe of Broughton Thomas Carter Henry Neale Joseph Haynes John Grubb John Machell John Shalcrosse William Farrar Simon Mayne Robert Dormer of Lee Henry Herbert James Herbert George Evelin Henry Summer Daniell Baker Ralph Langton Charles Tyrrell Edward Bates Maximillian Bard Thomas Ligo of Stoke Mandevill Robert Hart James Tyrrell William Croke James Chase Richard Dorrell Stephen Chase senior John Thurbarne Serjeant att Law Thomas Ligo of Burkett Francis Tyrringham Esquires William Hill senior William Hill junior Thomas Smith of Beckonsfield Richard Whitechurch Henry Harris Robert Gainsford Hugh Norton Thomas Gibson Timothy Doyley Henry Gold John [Sparks (fn. 1) ] John Theed John Seare Henry Cave senior Henry Cave junior Richard Barraby senior Francis Ligo Thomas Carter John Tanner Doctor of Physick Thomas Hudson Henry Coley Thomas Daverell of Swanbourne Peter Dickinson Henry Fletcher of Marlow Gentlemen.

For the Towne of Buckingham

The Bailiffe for the tyme being Sir Richard Temple Knight of the Bath and Baronett Sir Ralph Verney Baronett Alexander Denton Henry Andrews Edmund Dorrell Edward Bates William Busby Esquires Hugh Ethersey George Dancer William Hartley Pelham Sandwell John Rogers Gentlemen.

For the Towne of Wycombe

The Mayor Recorder Aldermen Bailiffs and Towne-Clerke for the tyme being Thomas-Lewes Esq[uire] and Charles Godfrey Esq[uire]

For the County of Cambridge

The Right Honourable Richard Lord Gorges of the Kingdome of Ireland the Right Honourable Hildebrand Lord Allington of the Kingdome of Ireland the Right Honourable John Lord Cutts of the Kingdome of Ireland the Right Honourable Edward Russell Esquire one of [theire (fn. 2) ] Majesties most Honourable Privy Councill Sir Thomas Chichely Knight Sir Christopher Hatton Sir John Cotton Sir Thomas Wyllis Sir Levinus Bennett Sir Henry Pickering Sir Rushout Cullen Sir John Cutler Baronetts Sir Robert Cotton Sir Marmaduke Dayrell Knights John Wyllis John Bennett Granado Piggott Phillip Cotton Devereux Martin Francis Russell William Russell Edward Nightingall Edward Pickering John Millicent Samuell Clarke William Fortry Thomas Duckett Thomas Buck John Hagur William Layer senior William Worts Thomas Story Edward Leeds Thomas Archer Gilbert Wigmore Anthony Thomson William Layer junior Charles Baron Esquires William Cooke Doctor of Civill Law Thomas Day Tyrrell Dalton Thomas Sclater John Loves Esquires John Carter Robert Caseborne Robert Flacke Clinche Gentlemen Isaac Dowman Thomas Folks John Challis Thomas Crudd Esq[uire]s Altham Smith Esq[uire]

For the University and Towne of Cambridge.

The Vice-Chancellor the Mayor for the tyme being the Honourable John Mountagu Doctor of Divinity Sir Thomas Chicheley Knight Sir John Cotton Baronett Sir Robert Sawyer Knight the Honourable Edward Finch Granado Pigott Esquires George Chamberlaine Joseph Beaumont Humphrey Gower Thomas Smolt John Balderston John Covell Thomas Bainbridge Doctors of Divinity Roderick George Oxenden William Cook Doctors of Civill Law Tanfield Leman Esquire Samuell Newton Thomas Story Thomas Ewen Thomas Fowles Isaack Watlington John Pepys Thomas Fox John Fage Aldermen William Bacon Robert Drake Gentlemen James Johnson Isaac Newton Samuell Perne Esquires.

For the Isle of Ely.

The Right Honourable Richard Lord Gorges of the Kingdome of Ireland Sir Lionel Walden Josiah Colville Esquire Doctor Henry Hitch, Doctor William Balaam Thomas Edwards Lionell Walden Roger Jennings senior Ralph Person Simon Burton Malburne Carrell Haines Barlee William Fortry William Bourne John Pamplin Roger Jennings junior Robert Swaine Esquires Charles [Burlee (fn. 3) ] Esquire Sir Sewster Payton Baronett Doctor Spencer Dean of Ely Thomas Wiseman Everard Buckworth John Twelves Thomas Towers Henry Goodricke Sigismund Traford Harrison Esquires Robert Drake Michael Beale Gentlemen Thomas Benyon Richard Russell Richard Pechee Gentlemen Thomas Barnadiston Esquire William Cooke Doctor of Civil Law.

For the County of Chester.

The Right Honourable Sir John Trevor Speaker of the Honourable House of Commons and First Lord Commissioner for the Custody of the Great Seale of England and one of Theire Majesties most Honourable Privy Councill Richard Lord Viscount Colchester Sonne and Heire Apparent of Thomas Earl Rivers Charles Lord Brandon Sonne and Heire Apparent of the Earle of Macclesfield Mountague Lord Norris Sonne and Heire Apparent of the Earle of Abingdon George Lord Delamer Sonne and Heire Apparent of the Earle of Warrington the Honorable George Cholmondeley Esquire Sir Thomas Wilbraham Sir Thomas Delves Sir Thomas Grosvenor Sir Willoughby Aston Sir Thomas Stanley Sir Peter Warburton Sir John Mainwaring Sir Thomas Bellott Sir Richard Brookes Sir Robert Duckenfield Sir John Werden Sir Arthur Royden Baronets [Sir Robert Cotton Kn[en]t and Barr[en]t (fn. 4) ] Sir Geoffery Shakerly Sir John Arderne Sir John Crew Sir Roger Puleston Sir William Glegg Sir Richard Reynolds Knights Thomas Delves Thomas Cotton Nathaniell Booth John Leigh of Adlington Peter Leigh of Lyme Peter Leigh of Booths Thomas Lee of Dernhall William Lawton Roger Whitley John Warren William Davenport Thomas Daniell John Allen of Baguley Richard Leigh Peter Brooke George Booth Peter Shakerley John Bruen Edward Mynshull Roger Mainwaring Thomas Brookes Roger Wilbraham Peter Wilbraham Randle Wilbraham Samuell Davenport George Vernon Richard Lister John Davenport Samuell Daniell Thomas Masterson Charles Hurleston John Lawton John Chetwood Thomas Whitley Thomas Swettenham Edmond Jodrell Austin Leigh Thomas Aldersey Nathaniell Lee William Minshull Reginald Bretland Richard Wright John Goldsmith Ghent Recorder of Congleton John Venables William Domvile John Pickering Lawrence Wright William Whitmore George Lucy Thomas Glasier Samuell Hardaware Joseph Hockenhall John Baskervile Henry Bradshaw William Jackson Doctor of Physick Thomas Hollinshead George Dod Thomas Latham Charles Mainwaring William Glegg of Grange John Hardaware Edward Thorncroft John Banner of Frodsham John Egerton of Broxton John Daniell of Daresbury John Massy of Coddington Spencer of Huntington Edward Wright of Stretton Thomas Dod of Edge Dod of Broxton Dod of Hampton Robert Cholmondeley of Halford Richard Leveing Lownds of Overton William Oldfield of Bradwell John Booth of Twamlow Hugh Eamson Esquires John Parker Gentleman Thomas Hulse Thomas Lunt Mayor of Macklesfeild Thomas Leigh Recorder Thomas Wright Justice William Rowe John Blagg Peter Wright Aldermen.

For the City and County of the City of Chester.

The Mayor of the said City for the tyme being Sir William Williams Knight and Baronett Recorder Sir Thomas Grosvenor Baronett Peter Shakerley Roger Whitley Richard Leving Griffith Williams Esquires Thomas Wainwright Doctor of Laws Hugh Grosvenor Esquire Charles Pindar Esquire William Street Thomas Wilcocke Richard Wright Henry Lloyd William Ince John Anderson George Mainwaring Peter Edwards William Wilson Hugh Starkey Francis Skellerne Nathaniel Williamson Aldermen Thomas Maddocks Michaell Johnson Sheriffes William Allen Henry Bennett William Bennett Peter Bennett Aldermen Captaine John Sparke John Hulton Benjamin Crackley Thomas Hand Thomas Wright William Starkey Robert Hewett John Johnson Richard Oulton Puliston Partington Matthew Anderton junior Edward Starkey Richard Mynshull Jonathan Whitby John Golbourne Robert Morrey Edward Partington Randle Bathoe John Warrington Robert Deintieth Thomas Ward John Parker Joseph Maddocks Samuel Heath Gentlemen.

For the County of Cornwall

The Right Honourable Hugh Boscawen Esquire one of Theire Majesties most Honourable Privy Councill Bernard Greenvile Esquire Francis Roberts Esquire Sir Bourchier Wray Sir John Carew Sir Violl Vivian Sir William Godolphin Sir William Coriton Sir Peter Killegrew Sir Anthony Slannen Sir John St Aubyn Sir William Bassett Sir John Molesworth Sir Bevill Granvill Sir Peter Colleton Sir Peter Prideaux Sir Francis Drake Baronetts Sir Joseph Tredenham Sir Walter Moyle Sir John Cotton Sir John Tremaine Knights Charles Trevanion of Carhayes Charles Trelawney Samuell Roll John Speccott John Tredenham Daniell Elliott Jonathan Rashleigh John Buller John Tanner Walter Kendall Joseph Sawle Thomas Darrell Nicholas Glynn Edward Herle Samuell Travers Humphrey Nicholl Arthur Fortescue Humphrey Courtenay Henry Trelawney Hugh Fortescue Sidney Godolphin Francis St. Aubin Edward Elliott William Mohun John Kendall John Gregor James Kendall John Trefry James Erisey Francis Calmady Ambrose Manaton John Buller junior James Prade Joseph Moyle Richard Hoblin of Anteron George Robinson William Bond John Clobery Francis Paynter John Polewheele Nicholas Morris Emanuell Pyper Alexander Pendarves John Waddon William Arscott William Harris Thomas Achym Samuell Enis John Fowell Nathaniell Moyle Alexander Carew Samuell Langford Joseph Penhallo Phillip Mayow John Barrett of Killegreene Thomas Penhallow William Beale John Murth James Bond Francis Wills Walter Vincent Jonathan Trelawney George Spry Hugh Jones Henry Vincent Hugh Tonkyn Henry Manaton Francis Manaton Shadrack Vincent Thomas Kelly John Courtenay John Hicks of Trevithick William Symons William Bligh James Kestle of Kestle Narcissus Lutterell John Evins Edmund Phillips John Hoblyn John Nicoll of Trewarne Peter Trevissa Thomas Hawkey Henry Gregor Charles Bonython Christopher Barnes Sampson Hill William Williams of [Treworge (fn. 5) ] Jonathan Prideaux John Williams of Trethowa John Williams of Carvean William Hooper Thomas Dodson John Clarke Edmund Spore Richard Moyle Esquires Charles Kendall Reginald Bowden Jacob Robins Stephen Robins Thomas Waddon William Martin William Braddon Reginald Hawkey John Kestell Nicholas Kempe William Hancock Nicholas Archer Thomas Herle Thomas Worth of Penryn John Cole William Keckwich John Penneck Thomas Johnson John Kegwyn Joseph Marke Thomas Glynn William Cock of Helston William Tregea Gentlemen Charles Trevanion of Tregarthen Richard Harris William Yeo John Foot of Truroe William Anne Richard Erisey Esquires Bernard Kendall Francis Achym Esquires Christopher Tucker John Borlace of Pendeon Esquire Thomas Hoblyn of St. Columbe Richard Smith of Moorewinstow Gentlemen William Scawen Esquire Richard Remfry Henry Remfry Philipp Hawkins Gentlemen Dennis Glynn John Manly Paul Orchard Samuell Gilbert William Penrosse Charles Orchard [Esquires (fn. 6) ] Edward Nebone Samuell Gully Thomas Hoblyn of Trevascus Christopher Harris of Henegie Gentleman William Veale of Trevailer Gentleman John Nance Esquire John Oliver of Sithney Gentleman John Hill of Gwendron Gentleman John Bassett Gentleman John Carye Edward Dennys Sampson Veale John Penrose of Menackan Thomas Carshew Anthony Tanner John Flammack Richard Williams of St Cullumbe John Austis of St Nyott Julius Glanvill John Harris Richard Scobell William Flannock Esquires John Robins Jonathan Tincombe Gentlemen.

For the County of Cumberland

Charles Lord Morpeth Sonne and Heire Apparent of Edward Earle of Carlisle the Right Honourable Sir John Lowther Baronett one of [Theire (fn. 7) ] Majesties 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 Balentine Sir Daniel Fleming Knights Henry Fletcher Wilfrid Lawson Joseph Hudleston Robert Carleton Bristow of Crofden Thomas Lamplugh Richard Lamplugh Thomas Denton Anthony Hutton Richard Patrickson Christopher Richmond Roger Kirby Edward Hasell Miles Pennington Edward Stanley William Christian William Gilpin Ewen Christian Darcy Carwen Leonard Dykes Charles Orpheur John Senhouse Andrew Huddleston Henry Browham Jeremiah Bubb Christopher Musgrave Henry Fletcher of Tallentire John Punsonby Andrew Whelpdale Richard Lamplugh junior Thomas Beach John Winder junior Esquires John Briscow John Foster John Parke junior Richard Senhouse Thomas Addison James Maxwell Thomas Tickell Charles Smallwood Thomas Webster William Graham Gentlemen The Mayor of Carlisle for the tyme being.

For the County of Derby

The Right Honourable the Lord Cavendish Sonne and Heire Apparent to William Earle of Devonshire the Right Honourable the Lord Stanhope Sonne and Heire Apparent of Philipp Earl of Chesterfeild the Honourable Robert Shirley Esquire the Honourable Anchitell Gray Esquire Sir Thomas Gresley Sir Edward Coke Sir Henry Every Sir Nathaniell Curzon Sir Phillipp Gell Sir Paul Jenkinson Baronetts Sir Simon Degg Sir Gilbert Clarke Sir Edward Abney Knights Willoughby Gray Henry Gilbert Robert Sacheverell Francis Mundy John Low of Denbigh Matthew Smith Gilbert Mundy Henry Keys Paul Joddrell John Osborne Bard Thomas Allestrey Esquires William Horne Samuell Bradshaw John Parker of Spoondon William Flamsded Henry Low John Holden Anthony Bradshaw Henry Pilkington William Hunter John Richardson Samuell Richardson Henry Wild Thomas Wilson Henry Goodyear Clayton of Codner John Wilson Squire Edward Newton Gentlemen The Mayor of Derby for the tyme being John Brookhouse Thomas Goodwin Samuell Spateman Solomon Roberts William Hoskinson John Taylor Aldermen Samuell Dalton John Adderley Esquires George Beardsley Joseph Parker John Bagnold Samuell Goodwin John Gisborne John Oldershaw Hugh Bateman Edward Large William Turner William Chambers Benjamin Parker William Greaves George Gregson Edward Parker Edmund Parker James Motteram Ralph Brough Gentlemen John Stanhope Henry Heveningham Walter Horton Walter Burdett John Burdett Robert Wilmott George Gresley Robert Harding John Every Henry Kendall Gilbert Thacker William Allestrey John Allen Samuell Holden John Wilkins John Harpur of Calke Philipp [Prince (fn. 8) ] Esquires John Harpur of Little Over Richard Sales John Harpur junior William Shalcrosse Gentlemen the Honourable Robert Cecil Esquire George Vernon Henry Every Henry Cavendish Robert Coke Godfrey Meynell Alexander Stanhope Samuell Pole Thomas Browne Richard Bates Nicholas Wilmott John Burrows Esquires Robert Doxy Richard Stubbings Samuell Bradshaw Gentlemen Rowland Okeover John Beresford Richard Leving Nicholas Hurt Thomas Milward Robert Milward George Parker Thomas Parker Esquire Josiah Trott John Stuffin Arthur Lowe Robert Dale Henry Buxton William James John Hayne Christopher Ley Sampson Barker William Wingfeild John Slack Lawrence Sleigh William Alsopp Francis Sleigh John Botham Robert Ferne Joseph Woodhouse Gentlemen William Eyre John Shalcrosse Thomas Wright Henry Balgay Henry Gilbert junior John Bullocke Thomas Legh Thomas Stafford Henry Bradshaw John Stevenson Esquires John Wright John Beresford Thomas Bagshaw John Bagshaw Benjamin Ashton Thomas Statham John Greaves William Bache John Stafford John Calvert Charles Wayne John Buxton Arthur Dakein James Webster Gentlemen Samuell Pierpoint John Revell George Sitwell Cornelius Clarke Robert Revell John Wigfall Edward Phiney Thomas Gladwin John Morewood Robert Barker Thomas Eyre Robert Mower Robert Ashton Thomas Woolhouse Thomas Cotchett John Spateman Samuell Halloes Christopher Pegg Esquires The Mayor of Chesterfeild for the tyme being Richard Youle Richard Cope Aldermen Andrew Clayton John Frogatt John Steventon Thomas Byrley John Smithson George Milward John Wingfeild Richard Hale John Dand Godfrey Watkinson Paul Webster

For the County of Devon.

The Honourable Edward Russell Esquire the Honourable Robert Russell Esquire the Honourable John Granvill Esquire Sir George Hutchins Knight one of the Lords Commissioners of the Great Seale Sir Edward Seymour Sir Peter Prideaux Sir George Chudleigh Sir Francis Drake Sir Ames Pollard Sir Bouchier Wrey Sir Courtenay Poole Sir Copplestone Bampfeild Sir Francis Northcott 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 Arthur Chichester Sir Peter Colliton [Sir (fn. 9) ] Thomas Leer Sir Andrew Slaning Sir Thomas Putt Baronetts Sir John Roll Sir Simon Leech Sir Henry Vane Knights of the Bath Sir George Treby Knight Their Majesties Attorney Generall Sir John Tremaine Knight Their [Ma[jes]ties (fn. 9) ] Serjeant att Law Sir Thomas Berry Sir Joseph Herne Knights Francis Courtenay Samuell Rolle Henry Portman Nicholas Morrice Richard Duke Thomas Rynell John Cloebery Richard Coffin William Spurway of Cheford Dennis Rolle of Beame Nicholas Dennis John Cholwich John Trelawley Charles Trelawley Henry Manaton Gideon Heydon Henry Luscombe Hugh Vaughan Hugh Fortescue Richard Hillersdon Richard Carew John Moore Richard Osborne Charles Kelland William Hockmore Edmund Rynell of Malstone Eneas Newton John Northcote of Westwood Bampfeild Rodd James Rodd John Rowe Richard Courtenay John Coplestone John Blewett Richard Beavie John Barrington John Fry of Yarty Henry Wolcombe Thomas Wood Roger Wollacombe Christopher Savery Rowland Whiddon Courtenay Crocker Arscott Bickford Henry Chichester of Coxleigh John Garland Henry Chichester of Hall Martin Ryder Charles Hore Richard Langdon of Totnes John Elwill Richard Lee of Winslade William Coleman Sebastian Iz˙acke Henry Walrond John Chichester of Widworthy Jonathan Prideaux William Hayne John Battishill John Sandford William Fowell William Bragg Sampson Hele Thomas Drew William Cary of Clovelly Arthur Champernoone Francis Bassett John Gifford John Arscott of Tedcott Henry Northleish Edward Yard of Churchton Edmund Walrond Arthur Tremayne William Harris of Hayne Richard Shapleigh Francis Fulford Edward Fortescue of Brixton William Stawell John Quicke Hugh Stafford Henry Trelawney John Pole Edmund Prideaux of Ford John Pollexfen George Prestwood John Kelland George Parker Ambrose Manaton Peter Fortescue Nicholas Martin Thomas Bere Josias Calmady Richard Nutcombe James Hinsh of Sand Edmund Walrond junior Edmund Tremaine Nicholas Rowe James Fortescue James Courtenay William Drake of Netherton John Fownes John Martin Edmund Pollexfen Peter Beavis John Rosse Ellize Bartlett Thomas Southcote of Hedge-End George Southcote Henry Fry Ames Crymes John Fowell Edward Lovett William Drake of Yarberry John Fortescue George Yeo Robert Hatch Christopher Maine Lewis Incledon John Specott John Tanner Arthur Champneys Ambrose Roope Christopher Bale Walter Bogan Peter Atkins Anthony Salter John Cruse Francis Shepherd Nicholas Lutterell John Davye William Savery of Slade Moses Gould Richard Duke junior Gilbert Yard Samuell Tanner Edmund Starr Benjamin Oliver Southcote Lutterell Richard Strowde Esquires John Pratt William Davie Barrister att Law Edmund Davie Richard Burthogg Edward Ford Samuell Izacke Doctors of Physicke Thomas Ford Jasper Radcliffe Thomas Southcote of Offwell John Mercer John Upcott John Southelle John Velley of Hartland Henry Stevens William Langford of Braddon John Harris of Wortham John Symonds John Northmore Richard Webber William Cotton Thomas Sampson Thomas Docton of Docton John Cooke Merchant Matthias Jenkins John Hambury John Contee Richard Parminster John Hatch Gentlemen The Mayor of Plymouth for the tyme being The Mayor of Barnestaple for the time being The Mayor of Biddeford for the tyme being The Mayor of Totnes for the tyme being The Mayor of Tiverton for the tyme being The Mayor of Torrington for the tyme being The Mayor of Dartmouth for the tyme being The Mayor of Plympton for the tyme being The Mayor of Okehampton for the tyme being The Mayor of South Molton for the tyme being Philipp Shapcott Edmund Gibbons Esquires Thomas Stawell Thomas Northmore Gentlemen Humphrey Courtenay Esquire John Doidge Philipp Andrewes Gentlemen George Musgrave Esquire Thomas Pine Arthur Pine Richard Doidge of Lee junior Gentlemen John Cudlip Merchant Robert Burridge Merchant John Joanes Richard Hallet John Martin William Symmons John Monion Barnard Goddard Abraham Trowte James Marwood Richard Doidge of Tarre Gentlemen.

For the City of Exeter.

The Mayor Aldermen Sheriffe and Common Councill for the tyme being Sir Edward Seymour Sir Peter Colliton Baronetts Sir George Treby Sir John Tremaine Knights Edmund Davie Thomas Waterhouse Samuell Isaac John Osmond Doctors of Physick James Walker Esquire Thomas Gibbon John Pratt Barrister att Law John Banks John Elwill Christopher Maine Jasper Radcliffe Nicholas Brooking Thomas Brooking Richard White Abraham Trowte William Adams Thomas Baron Thomas Potter William Sealy Edmund Starr Thomas Gould Edward Dally Jerome King Henry Newcombe Thomas Ford Thomas Turner Philip Hooper.

For the County of Dorsett.

Anthony Lord Ashley Sonne and Heire apparent to the Earle of Shaftesbury Sir John Morton Sir Nathaniell Napier Sir Robert Napier Baronetts Sir John Nicholas Knight of the Bath Sir Robert Henley Sir George Strode Sir Henry Butler Sir Matthew Andrewes Knights Thomas Freke Thomas Strangwayes Edward Miller Samuell Roll Richard Fownes Robert Freke senior William Okeden junior Thomas Erie Robert Coker senior Robert Coker junior Edward Nicholas William Whitacre John Still Robert Seymer William Freke Thomas Greene John Poole Sebastian Isaac Robert Culliford Robert Freke junior Thomas Pile Henry Portman Edward Seymour William Strode Robert Williams Thomas Hardy John Williams Thomas Freke junior Michaell Harvey Francis Mohun Henry Seymer Thomas Chafe Hugh Hodges Serjeant att Law John Eastmont John Fisher Edward St Loe Henry Devenish George Parry Harry Constantine Anthony Ettrick Robert Browne Thomas Trenchard George Strangwayes Richard Brodripp Nathaniell Bond His Majesties Serjeant att Law Henry Henning Henry Trenchard John Gold John [Harding (fn. 10) ] William Ettericke William Floyer William Bennett the younger of Hartgrove John Lawrence of Grange William Bowles senior Simon Whetcombe John Ironside John Bowles John Hardey Thomas Turberville Bullen Reymes Robert Oxenbrigg Seymer Bowman Robert Browne Nathaniell Napier William Churchill Richard Swaine Robert Erle George Dawbeny John Michell Thomas Skinner Charles Bruine William Sidenham Richard Bingham William Weston Robert Hussey of Stowerpaine William Filliol James Gould John Burridge Anthony Floyer Nicholas Hardy William Bennett Richard Rose Richard Burge Robert Pope Andrew Tucker William Wake Robert Stephens William Romain Nicholas Browne Robert Browne Andrew Loder junior George Lester William Lawrence William Hull John Lawrence of White-Church George Barber Thomas Bower Arthur Fookes John Flint William Culliford Thomas Cockram William Collins of Linch John Pike John Abbington Lewis Cockram Roger Mumpesson Robert Burridge John Edwards John Strode of Chauntery Solomon Andrews John Fitts Thomas Chettle John Moore Thomas Gundry Daniell Dugdale Robert Swaine of Corfe Richard Swaine Robert Butler Thomas Hawles Richard Newman John Richards Henry Henley junior Thomas Williams Philipp Taylor Merchant The Mayors of Dorchester Shaftesbury Weymouth and Melcombe Regis Corfe Wareham and Lyme Regis The Bayliffes of Blandford & Bridport for the tyme being George Keate George Gigger Richard Churchill Robert Russell Thomas Rose George Mullens Christopher Collier Simon Orchard Samuell Pitt William Bennett of Shafton Gentlemen.

For the Towne and County of Poole.

The Mayor for the tyme being William White Esq[uire] Recorder Moses Durrell senior Henry Jubber James Hallybred The Sheriffe for the tyme being George Lewin Captaine Robert Bennett John Carter Moses Durrell junior William Bowles William Phillipps Thomas Smith Thomas Hyde John Pyke William Streete William Minty John Gigger Shadrack Beale Richmond Henley.

For the County Palatine of Durham.

Charles Lord Morpeth Sonne and Heire apparent to the Earle of Carlisle Charles Mountague Esquire Sir Christopher Musgrave Knight and Baronett Sir Christopher Conyers Sir Ralph Cole Sir Thomas Williamson Sir James Claveringe Sir Robert Eden Baronetts Sir Ralph Carre Sir William Bowes Sir Richard [N—le (fn. 11) ] Knights Christopher Vane John Tempest William Lambton Robert Byerly William Tempest George Morland Henry Lyddell Nicholas Cole William Forster Francis Bowes Lyonell Vane Cuthbert Carre William Bromley Marke Shaftoe Robert Jenyson Thomas Lyddell John Clavering James Clavering Roger Fenwick Robert Ellison John Sedgwicke William Blackett Thomas Foster Ralph Carre John Hilton Charles Wren Edward Tonge Ralph Hedworth Ralph Bates Frevill Lambton Francis Carre William Christian Anthony Salvin James Mickleton Philipp Bickerstaffe Ralph Hutton Richard Middleton John Elstob John Hall John Hutchinson Esquires The Mayor of Durham The Mayor of Stocton for the tyme being William Greveson Robert Jackson William Garth William Johnson Edward Shepardson John Carre Richard Carre Thomas Evans Abraham Hilton John Spearman Ralph Gouland Thomas Brasse George Crosier John Crosby Thomas Waston William Ettricke Ralph Holmes John Hodshen Thomas Blackett Robert Dixon Arthur Prescott James Cooke Peter Marley William Hutchinson Barnard Dowthwaite Cuthbert Hutchinson Wheatley Dobson John Gurdon William Hodshon Robert Grey Christopher Fawcett Thomas Grey of Morton William Selby of Beale Thomas Orde of Felkinton Gilbert Orde of Holy Island Brian Grey of Keily Patrick Crow Gentlemen John Sleigh of Goswicke William Cooke of Tweedmouth Gentlemen Samuell Ogle Esquire Thomas Burleston Gentleman.

For the West Rideing of the County of Yorke.

Charles Marquesse of Winchester Sonne and Heire 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 same Kingdome Thomas Lord Fairfax of the Kingdome of Scotland Charles Boyle Sidney Wortley Mountague Henry Dawney Esquires Henry Fairfax Esquire the Right Honourable Sir Henry Goodrick Baronett one of Theire Majesties most Honourable Privy Councill Sir George Fletcher Baronett Sir Thomas Armitage Sir John Kaye Sir William Reresby Sir John Ingleby Sir John Bland Sir Brian Stapylton Sir Henry Marwood Sir William Franckland Sir George Cooke Sir Godfrey Copley Sir Edward Blackett Sir John Tempest Sir John Cutler Sir Thomas Slingsby Sir Lyon Pilkinton Baronetts Sir John Hewley Sir Jonathan Jennings Sir Michael Wentworth Sir Patience Ward Sir Stephen Thompson Sir Thomas Hodgson Sir William Lowther Sir John Coghill Sir Abstrupus Danby Knights Henry Lydell Thomas Franckland Christopher Tankred William Palmes Robert Bierley Francis Nevill Jonathan Jennings Richard Beaumont of Whitley John Goodricke Thomas Harrison Walter Calverly Cerill Arthington Thomas Fawkes Welbury Norton William Stockdale Charles Osborne Christopher Lister John Knight Denzill Onslow Arthur Ingram William Wombwell Francis Foulgham John Ramsden Thomas Yorke John Bradshaw Thomas Yarburgh Thomas Vincent William Ellis William Vavasour Henry Stapylton Henry Thompson Inglebert Leeds Anthony Fletcher John Lister Ralph Lowther Henry Hitch Bryan Sunderland Ambrose Pudsey Thomas Lister Thomas Horton John Eastoft William Stockdale Samuell Melish Godfrey Bosvile John Ashton Francis Jessopp John Lambert Metcalfe Robinson Henry Edmunds Richard Redman Thomas Fountaine Jasper Blythman Gervase Nevill John Farrer William Rhodes Thomas Parker Francis White Thomas Dodson John Gill Henry Bouch Henry Cooke Miles Stavely John Stanhop of Horsforth William Roundell Robert Mitford Christopher Adams Roger Portington William Fairfax Christopher Wilkinson John Garland William Jennings Matthew Boynton Robert Banes Thomas Benloes John Towneley John Hatfeild of Lawton Cuthbert Wade Richard Staines Bennett Sherrard John Stanhopp of Ecclesall Thomas Hesletine John Rookes Rowland Norton William Johnson George Aislasbie Anthony Parker Samuell Melish Thomas Kirke Robert Farrand Thomas Lea John Warner Simon Sterne John Atkinson George Towkson Richard Shuttleworth William Ingram John Auby Henry Currer Robert Burdett John Hatfeild of Hatfeild senior John Hatfeild junior Robert Frankes Thomas Wakefeild William Bethell Andrew Wilkinson Esquires Richard [Hatton (fn. 12) ] Thomas Edmunds senior Thomas Edmunds junior John Batty Thomas Rookby Robert Parker William Norton Armstrong Gregory John Copley Godfrey Copley James Greenwood Richard Hewett John Southerne Thomas Squire Bartin Allott John Jackman Benjamin Watts Richard Nettleton Edward Thompson Lawrence Warton Michael Warton of Bawtrey Francis Wheatley Physician John Spencer of Cannon Hall Henry Wood John Preston Stephen Wilks Thomas Craven Andrew Holden Cotes of Kilwicke Francis Elwicke Thomas Ward of Northcoate Thomas Carleton Cuthbert Chambers Gregory Fish Josias Midgley Robert Inman Robert Squire Christopher Dawson Thomas Thompson Benjamin Gervas Hill William Appleyard Edmund Barker Gentlemen The Mayor Aldermen and Recorder of Pontefract for the tyme being The Mayor Aldermen and Recorder of Doncaster for the tyme being The Mayor Aldermen Recorder and Deane of Rippon for the tyme being The Mayor Aldermen and Recorder of Leeds for the tyme being.

For the North Rideing of the County of Yorke.

Charles Lord Marquesse of Winchester Eldest Sonne to the Duke of Bolton Arthur Lord Viscount Irwin of the Kingdome of Scotland John Lord Viscount Downe of the Kingdome of Ireland Charles Lord Morpeth. Eldest Sonne to the Right Honourable the Earle of Carlisle Thomas Lord Fairfax of the Kingdome of Scotland Philipp Darcy Esquire George Dawney Henry Fairfax Henry Dawney Esquires Sir Marmaduke Wyvell Sir Francis Boynton Sir John Leveson Gower Sir David Fowlis Sir William Strickland Sir John Bolles Sir Charles Hotham Sir John Kays Sir Watkinson Payler Sir Bryan Stapylton Sir William Frankland Sir John Lowther Sir Henry Marwood Sir William Caley Sir Christopher Wandesford Sir Thomas Pennyman Sir Edward Blackett Sir William Chater Sir James Brooke Sir Gilbert Gerrard Sir Marke Milbanke Sir William Robinson Baronetts Sir Richard Osbaldeston Sir William Hustler Sir Barrington Bowchier Sir John Hewley Sir Henry Bellasis Sir William Ascough Sir William Bowes Sir Abstrupus Danby Sir Samuell Gerrard Knights Thomas Frankland George Marwood William Palmes Thomas Yorke William Thompson Henry Metcalfe George Smithson Francis Wyvill Robert Water Roger Croft John Wastell John Hutton Roger Talbut Edward Trotter Cornelius Caley Thumas Strangwayes William Moore Anthony Wharton Charles Tankred John How Thomas Croft Edward Hutchinson William Tankred Francis Thompson Bernard Greenvill John Trotter Leonard Smelt Charles Duncombe John Dodsworth Thomas Harrison Anthony Lowther Timothy Maleverer Thomas Worsley William Metcalfe John Gibson Thomas Lassells Richard Staines Daniell Lassells Thomas Wakefeild William Chaloner Francis Hall Theodore Bathurst Edward Thompson John Peirce William Osbaldeston George Aislabie John Smelt John Hill junior Thomas Gower John Hompton James Mountague Luke Robinson Thomas Pullen Thomas Metcalfe John Beverley John Beilby George Norton Rowland Norton Thomas Cradock Thomas Wyvill Humphrey Wharton Constable Bradshaw Thomas Binloes William Dawson Matthew Anglaby Richard Darley Thomas Hasletine Towers Driffeild Thomas Langley Robert Buck Esquires Christopher Peircy Hay of New Malton Gentleman Roger Covill Esquire Henry Squire Leonard Hartley Benjamin Percuss Edward Place William Davill Philipp Prince James Conyers William Kitchinman Robert Bell Stephen Driffeild Robert Bushell Timothy Ford Ralph Porter John Robinson John Harland Gentlemen Henry Place Esquire Thomas Lassells of Soreby John Peirson Daniell Smith Henry Wilkinson Timothy Portington Thomas Holmes Matthew Smales John Robinson of Easby Thomas Guise Robert Crosfeild The Mayor Aldermen and Recorder of Richmond for the tyme being The Bayliffs and Recorder of Scarborough for the tyme being Timothy Ford Ralph Porter John Robinson senior James Cockerell Francis Hickson William Sudell Christopher Wilkinson Henry Pinkney Gentlemen.

For the East Rideing of the County of Yorke.

Arthur Lord Viscount Irwin of the Kingdome of Scotland Thomas Lord Fairfax of the same Kingdome Charles Lord Morpeth Sonne and Heire apparent to the Right Honourable the Earle of Carlisle George Dawney Charles Boyle Henry Boyle Esquires Sir Francis Boynton Sir Charles Hotham Sir William Strickland Sir Henry St Quinton Sir Watkinson Payler Sir Thomas Rudson Sir John Legard Sir John Kays Baronetts Sir Michael Wharton Sir Ralph Wharton Sir William Cobb Sir Matthew Peirson Sir James Bradshaw Sir Jonathan Atkins Sir 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 Matthew Appleyard Charles Osborne John Ramsden James Heblethwayte Ralph Wharton Charles Wharton Edward Bernard Hugh Bethell Walter Strickland Robert Mountague Thomas Langley William Bethell John Stapylton Thomas Hesketh Robert Prickett John Lister John Eastoft William Dawson Richard Remington Richard Gee Richard Thompson senior Robert Buck Matthew Alured Thomas Alured Edward Hutchinson Tobias Jenkins senior Tobias Jenkins junior Humphrey Robinson of Thickett Walter Crompton William St Quinton Christopher Lister John Tayler Thomas Southaby Edward Thompson James Moyser John Moyser William Moore Robert Hollis Hodson Johnson William Headlam Edmund Wilbert Robert Mason Matthew Ashmall Robert Carlisle Thomas Dunn Thomas Statter Thomas Coundon James Mountaine Thomas Johnson Richard Darley William Wickham Robert Crompton Henry Portington Charles Hilliard Benjamin Overton Richard Johnson Thomas Wakefeild Robert Squire Bernard Lister John Buck John Peirson John Gee Charles Best William Dickinson Robert Jeggon Edward Bower William Bower William Wilberfosse Philipp Wilkinson Thomas Johnson Henry Masters Thomas Rickaby John Rickaby Richard Thompson junior Henry Bernard Christopher Piercy Hay Leonard Robinson of Newton Garth Francis Blunt of the same Gentlemen The Mayor Aldermen and Recorder of Beverley for the tyme being The Mayor Aldermen and Recorder of Heddon for the tyme being.

For the City of Yorke and County of the same City.

The Lord Mayor Aldermen and [Sheriffs (fn. 13) ] for the tyme 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 Baronett one of Theire Majesties most Honourable Privy Councill Sir William Robinson Sir James Brooke Baronetts Sir John Hewley Sir Stephen Thompson Knights George Prickett Esquire Recorder Toby Wickham Doctor of Divinity Deane of Yorke Henry Watkinson Doctor of Law Henry Thompson Thomas Hutton Henry Stapleton Bennett Sherard William Fairfax of Steeton William Roundell Edward Thompson of Marston Thomas Hesletyne John Baynes Henry Squire Thomas Langley Thomas Moseley Roger Shackleton William Tomlinson Esquires Andrew Perrott Thomas Nesbitt Thomas Benson Richard Reynolds Philipp Prince Francis Duckworth Christopher Hutton Christopher Breary William Thompson William Hesletine Robert Squire Thomas Holmes Richard Hewitt Richard Sowray William Wickham Thomas Thompson Nicholas Sugar Thomas Harrison Samuell Walker William Mortimer Gentlemen:

For the Towne and County of Kingston upon Hull

The Mayor Aldermen Sheriffe and Recorder for the tyme being Sir James Bradshaw Charles Osborne John Legard John Estoft William Gee John Lister Matthew Appleyard Ingolby Daniell William Dawson Matthew Aldred John Ramsden William St Quintin Esquires Marke Kirkeby Henry Lambert William Idle William Carleton William Crowle Gentlemen.

For the County of Essex.

The Right Honourable Charles Lord Cheyne of the Kingdome of Scotland The Right Honourable John Lord Cutts of the Kingdome of Ireland The Right Honourable Robert Bertie Bannister Maynard Richard Barrett Ralph Grey William Maynard Esquires Sir William Appleton Sir Samuell Grimston Sir William Hicks Sir Samuell Tryon Sir Francis Masham Sir Andrew Jenour Sir Thomas Nightingale Sir Richard Everard Sir William Luckin Sir Thomas Littleton Sir Martin Lumley Sir Anthony Abdy Sir John Abdy Sir Thomas Draper Sir Thomas Darcy Sir Jervase Elwes Sir Edward Smyth Sir James Rushout Sir Thomas Bernardiston Sir Charles Tyrrell Sir William Barker Sir Robert Smyth Sir Josiah Child Sir Peter Soame Sir John Dyer Sir Cave James Baronetts Sir John Brampston Knight of the Bath Sir Edward Farmer Sir Anthony Browne Sir John Sparrow Sir Richard Pigott Sir Thomas Fanshawe Sir [Eliab (fn. 14) ] Harvey Sir Gobert Barrington Sir Thomas Chambers Sir Edward Turner Sir Thomas Middleton Sir Thomas Davall Sir John Marshall Sir Benjamin Thoroughgood Sir John Rotheram Sir Samuell Husbands Knights John Osborne John Conyers Esquires the Kings Councill Henry Mildmay John Le Mott Honywood John Wroth Francis Harvey ats Mildmay Carew Harvey ats Mildmay Thomas Luther William Coward Abraham Wessell Thomas Dawtry Robert Bateman Charles Mountague Edward Cary Samuell Reynolds William Palmer William Peck William Pert William Atwood Francis St Johns Henry St Johns John Greene Josiah Child Ralph Freeman Richard Hutchinson Thomas Argoll 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 George Ford John Rotheram Robert Ashton Isaac Rebow Thomas Burgh William Beaumont Robert Cole John Wale John Symonds William Clopton William Lingwood John Tyndall Timothy Felton Thomas Barrington John Eldred William Eldred John Fowle Samuell Westerne John Cox John Cooke of Chissel Owen Wynne Samuell Hare Francis Maidstone Edward Bullock senior Edward Bullock junior John Locky John Neale Thomas Gray John Goodyer William Walker Thomas Weeley Thomas Harlackenden Bowes Thomas Waldgrave John Plummer Gyles Dent William Kendall Andrew Searle Alexander Prescott Clutterbuck of Engatstone Richard Staines Cuthbert Martin William Harvey William Scott William Nutt John Pennington Thomas Turner John Sparrow John Cressener Henry Glascock Waldgrave Pelham Samuell Wiseman John Mead Thomas Abdy Henry Ayloffe Philip Saltingston John Hothersell Richard Hyde William Mott Edmund Goodwyn John Edwards Nathan Wright John Fanshaw John Luther Edward Luther of Miles Francis Badbury Haines Barlee Charles Barlee Nicholas Cursellis Ralph Creffeild senior Nathaniell Lawrence Francis Wheeler Samuell Gibbs George Gent Henry Pascall Edward Thoroughgood John Haines John Hopwood John Godbold John Allen John Larkin Sigismond Trafford Robert Smyth Robert Bragg Christopher Grange Nicholas Martin Samuell Rawston Robert Harvey Samuell Clarke Robert Dawgs Esquires George Brampston Doctor of Civil Law James Horsmanden Charles Tyrrell Clerkes Isaac Lutman John Little Gentlemen Marke Mott Samuell Warner Robert Barwell junior Ralph Hawkins Dowcett Taylor John Bennett William Herris Thomas Greene John Josceline Jeremiah Richardson John Savill William Boyce John Potter Henry Lamb Thomas Sca[r]rlett Nicholl John Stilman John Rayner Hope Gifford Richard Willis Charles Wale of Walden Joseph Sparrow Harrison of Braintree Richard Cowper John Elliott Nicholas Jekyll George Wale of Radwinter Thomas Coe senior John Wiggoner John Rebow Abraham Hedgthorne John Witham James Sparrow Richard Williams Urban Hall Dauntesey Brouncker James Coker Gentlemen Robert Williamson Thomas Chambers Cheyne Row John Cummins Ralph Creffeild junior Samuell Reynolds junior William Moore Edward Husbands Esquires John Harrison Doctor of Physick Robert May Luke Talcott Gentlemen Sir Henry Johnson Knight Sir Thomas Samuell Baronett Francis Thompson Esquire.

For the Towne of Maldon.

The [Bayliffe (fn. 15) ] for the tyme being Sir John Bramston Knight of the Bath High Steward Sir Thomas Darcy Baronett Charles Mountague Anthony Bramston Esquires Francis Porter Esquire Recorder John Matthews William Vernon John Pond Samuell Pond John Cockerell William Heckford Thomas Horsenaill Aldermen William Carr Towne Clerke Captaine Thomas Coe Captaine Peter Robjent Thomas Hutt Hugh Browne John Stephens John Brickwood Samuell Brickwood Abell Hawkes James Denshire Ezekiell Finch Thomas Stace Henry May John Straight Thomas Stevens William Coe Thomas Coe junior.

For the Towne of Colchester.

The Mayor and Aldermen for the tyme being John Eldred Recorder Samuell Reynolds Edward Cary Isaac Selfe Isaac Rebow Nathaniell Lawrence Ralph Creffeild Francis Wheeler William Moore Esquires William Boyse John Savill Robert Moore John Rebow Abraham Hedgethorne Charles Richardson Thomas Ruse William Mott Esquires Samuell Great Jacob Fromanteele Matthew Scrivener John Harrison Doctor of Physick Nathaniell Lawrence junior Ralph Creffeild junior Hope Gifford John Freeman Luke Talcott Gentlemen William Shelton Joseph Powell Clerkes.

For the Towne of Harwich.

The Mayor for the time being The Right Honourable Charles Lord Cheney of the Kingdome of Scotland Sir Thomas Middleton Knight Sir Philipp Parker Baronett Sir Thomas Davall Knight John Eldred Esquire Thomas Langley John Rolfe Robert Seaman John Browne William Garrard Daniell Smith Charles Smith Aldermen John Phillips Thomas Bradshaw Robert Lane Henry Munt Henry Cole William Wood Thomas Langley junior Philipp Deane William Rudland Gentlemen.

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 Esquire Master of the Rolles and one of Theire Majesties most Honourable Privy Councill The Right Honourable Sir Robert Atkins Knight of the Bath and Lord Chiefe Baron of Theire Majesties Court of Exchequer and Speaker of the House of Peers The Right Honourable Sir Henry Capell one of Theire Majesties most Honourable Privy Councill Sir James Rushout Sir Richard Cox Sir William Kite 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 Duncomb Colchester Sir John Ash Sir John Fust Sir Richard Hart Sir Thomas Cann Sir John Guise Sir Robert Atkins junior Sir Heele Hooke James Thinne Esquire Benjamin Barron Richard Dowdswell Thomas Foley George Pitt Richard Freeman Charles Dowdswell William Lane John Parsons junior John Delabeare William Baggott 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 Serjeant att Law Thomas Hodges Walter Estcourt John Browning Samuell Trotman William Kingscote William Dennis John How John Coxwall William Hall Robert Vesey Andrew Barker Robert Plydall George Hanger Robert Oatridge. Thomas Masters Brierton Bowchier Richard Howe Thomas Smith Thomas Horton Philipp Shephard Nathaniell Ridler of Edgeworth Henry Chivers Esquires Thomas Stephens Lionell Rich William Peachy Edward Stephens Conway Whithorne Joshua Aylworth George Bond John Hickford Maynard Colchester Thomas Pirk William Madocks Paul Foley Walter Yates Reginald Pindar William Rogers Wenman Wypiatt William Bayly George Lloyd James Mitchell Richard Yeate William Try Thomas Chester Thomas Wise Edward Smith Richard Jones John Meredith Thomas Barwell John Dowse William Pancefoot Thomas Browne of Coslawne John Parkhurst William Winter Samuell Dobbins Michaell Beale William Cooke Edward Cooke William Guise William Selwyn Rowland Wood William Lawrence Sir John Powell one of the Barons of Theire Majesties Court of Exchequer Henry Brett John Cox William Scudamore William Hodges Stephen Baldwin Robert Codrington Christopher Mountacu Edmund Chamberline Samuell Barker John Griffin William Clutterbuck Richard Holford Richard Haynes John Stafford Samuell Codrington John Nelme John Berkley William Bovey Thomas Trigg Nathaniell Pirke Richard Hayward William Winter Pancefort George Smith William Blathwaite Christopher Cole David Warren Richard Diton Jasper Chapman Edmund Madox The Mayor of Teuxbury for the tyme being Samuell Hawlings Charles Lord Newburg of the Kingdome of Scotland Sir Robert Jenkinson Baronett Sir Thomas Littleton Baronett Charles Wynde Henry Collet of Lincolnes Inne William Wilson Gent[ia] Robert Hawksworth Edward Fust Edward Webb Thomas Dawe Edward Stephens junior John Freeke Dodwell Henry Greenway Philipp Shepheard junior Nicholas Veel John Meredith Christopher Cole Richard Jones Esquires Thomas Burnell Francis Woodward Gentlemen William Player Charles Hart Esquires John Carter junior Walter Ireland William Browne Thomas Edwards Doctor Kimbarley Charles Hancock John Marriott Edward Foyle Henry Cope Esquires.

For the City and County of the City of Gloucester.

The Mayor for the tyme being Sir John Powell one of the Barons of Theire Majesties Court of Exchequer Sir John Guise Baronett Sir Duncombe Colchester Knight William Cooke William Trye John Guise John Cocks Esquires John Rogers William Hodges Robert Paine John Evens William Nicolles William Tayler Thomas Longden John Hyett Aldermen Thomas Snell William Scudamore junior Gyles Rodway Samuell Eckley Benjamin Rose Peter Haynes junior Thomas Webb Mercer John Bell William Nicholls junior Samuell Burrowes junior Thomas Edwards William Edwards Gentlemen Richard Wintle William Jordon Nicholas Webb senior Thomas Webb Henry Futter Benjamin Hyett Thomas Gosling Arnold Aram Samuell Palmer Thomas Powell Nicholas Lane Wade Gentlemen.

For the County of Hereford.

The Right Honourable John Lord Viscount Scudamore of Sligo in the Kingdome of Ireland The Right Honourable Henry Powle Esquire Master of the Rolles one of Theire Majesties most Honourable Privy Councill The Honourable Chambre Brabazon Esquire Sir William Gregory Knight one of the Justices of Theire Majesties Court of Kings Bench Sir John Morgan Sir Herbert Crofts Sir John Hoskins Baronetts Sir Edward Harley Knight of the Bath Sir Francis Winnington Sir Thomas Duppa Sir John Williams Knights Thomas Coningesby of Hampton Court William Fiennes Paul Foley Robert Harley Thomas Price John Dutton Colt Robert Price James Morgan John Scudamore of Kentchurch Thomas Cornwall of Stepelton Thomas Harley of Kingsham Ambrose Scudamore Richard Reed senior Richard Reed junior Herbert Westfailing Thomas Cocks Robert Cornwall Edward Cornwall William Dansey senior William Dansey junior John Arnold Charles Baldwin John Williams Richard Williams of Cabalva Edward Littleton Uvedale Tomkins 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 Dobbins Robert Minors William Winter William Lamb John Nurse Marshall Bridges Richard Barneby of Brockhampton Ferdinando Gorges Thomas Howorth Robert Payne James Lloyd of the Moore Sandys Lechmere John Parry of Dulas Thomas Delahay Richard Kidley William Guillim of Langston senior Samuell Birch Anthony Rowden John Powell of the While Francis Baskervile of Eardsley Thomas Wigmore John Kirle John Goodyar James Wellington Silas Vaughan John Price Richard Skipp James Woodhouse of Woodhouse John Abrahal of Ingeston John Scudamore of Longarron Roger Scudamore of Trecella Thomas Rawlins Thomas Guillim of Whitchurch Robert Uvett John Birch Herbert Awbery Henry Gorges John Salway Esquires John Trist Thomas Alderne of Monington Stradle John Hoskins of Ponithon William Bridges of Colwell John Philipps of the Worlds End John Walsham John Whittington Henry Jones Thomas Owen of Little Brampton Thomas Carpenter of Tillington Essex Sherbourne Francis Woodhouse Humphrey Mayo John Wolrich Edward Rodd John Fletcher Francis Geers John Kidley junior of Fownehope John Hereford of Holme Lacy James Westfaling John Carver of Upton James Walwyn John Hereford of Sufton Daniell Kerry Peter Smith John Smith of Holmer William Guillim of Langston junior Alban Thomas Humphrey Thomas Gentlemen Francis Fosbroke Benedict Delahay Rowland Jennings John Price of Vislacy John Symonds John Watkyns junior Richard Scudamore William Pleydall Esquire Rowland Baugh Thomas Berrington of Brickhouse Gentlemen.

For the City of Hereford

The Mayor for the tyme being The Right Honourable John Lord Viscount Scudamore of the Kingdome of Ireland Sir William Gregory one of the Justices of Theire Majesties Court of Kings Bench Paul Foley Henry Cornwall Herbert Westfaling Thomas Price James Wellington Esquires Robert Symonds Thomas Paynard Abraham Seward Thomas Matthewes Richard Wadely Aldermen Richard Poole Gabriell Bleake Hugh Rodd John Williams senior John Williams junior James Price John Abrahall Richard Gower Edmund Weaver Theophilus Alye Thomas Church Thomas Alderne Gentlemen

For the Borough of Lempster.

John Dutton Colt Thomas Coningesby Edward Harley Esquires William Bach Edward Bangham Henry Browne John Jay John Williams John Walton James Powle Richard Jones Calib Powle James Caswald Thomas Harris James Winton Thomas Manninges Samuell Tyler William Phillipps Richard Powle Robert Foord John Powle Gentlemen.

For the County of Hertford.

The Right Honourable Sir Henry Capell Knight of the Bath and one of Theire Majesties 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 Franklyn Sir John Austen Sir Robert Jocelyn Sir William Cowper Sir William Leman Sir Thomas Pope Blunt Sir Thomas Brograve Sir Jonathan Keate Sir John Witterong Sir Richard Anderson Sir Edmund Anderson Sir John Read Sir Benjamin Mattox Baronetts Sir. Humphrey Gore Sir Charles Cesar Sir Ralph Ratcliffe Sir Thomas Bide Sir William Litton Sir John Bucknall Sir Robert Marsham Sir Francis Leigh Sir William Parkyns Sir Adam Ottley Sir Benjamin Tichburne Knights George Churchill Silas Titus Henry Guy Robert Austen Thomas Austen William Gore Henry Gore Ralph Freeman senior Ralph Freeman junior Robert Ellways Thomas Halsey John Plummer Edward Chester William Cowper George Munson Francis Flyer Jeremiah Hale Thomas Priestley Thomas Atkins Israel Mayo Edward Briscoe senior Edward Briscoe junior William Briscoe Thomas Aram Gilbert Hoo Keat George Hadley James Witterong James Stedman Jonh Charleton William Emmerton Thomas Emmerton James Forrester James Gulston Matthew Bluck James Bernars William Allen Thomas Pasque John Weatherhead William Newce Samuell Robinson James Wilmott Thomas Stone John Gardiner Roger Coningsby Marmaduke Rawden Thomas Arris Robert Robotham John Gape senior Henry Child Richard Helder Goodwin Barrington John Methwen Joseph Marsh George Nodes Ralph Wingate Thomas Bird of Mattocks Bernard Turner Paris Slaughter John Duncombe George White Daniell Sheldon Edward Sairs Esquires Strange Jocelyn John Leman Josiah Lomax Thomas Lomax John Wooleston Thomas Nicholls of Bushey John Gape junior Eynon Bynon Thomas Howe Thomas Windford Edward Seymour Esquire Francis King John Poyner Nudigate Pointz Gentlemen Thomas Bownest Esquire John Woodhouse Batchelor in Physick Edmund Smith William Greenhill ohn Jenkins Gentlemen The Mayor of St Albans and Hertford for the tyme being Sir Peter Soame Baronett Sir Thomas Rolt Knight Sir Henry Chauncy Knight Anthony Farrington Serjeant att Law Alexander Weld Thomas Drax alias Shatterdon John Farrington Charles Cullen Bacon William Bristow Walter Wallinger Philipp Michell William Calvert Humphrey Hall Esquires John [Roberts (fn. 16) ] Marmaduke Allington William Carpenter William Martin Esquires Nasby of Codicott John Dimsdell Benjamin Jones Edward Baines junior Edward Haines Ralph Skinner George Draper Charles Rayner Richard Rayner Gentlemen John Yardley Doctor of Physick James Bennett William Harvey Esquires.

For the Borough of St [Albans. (fn. 17) ]

The Mayor Recorder and Aldermen for the tyme being Sir Samuell Grimston Baronett George Churchill Esquire Henry Killegrew Esquire Thomas Arris Esquire John Gape junior Esquire Robert Robotham Esquire.

For the County of Huntingdon.

The Honourable Robert Mountague Esquire the Honourable Sidney Wortley Mountague Esquire The Honourable Richard Mountague Esquire Sir John Cotton Sir Robert Bernard Baronetts Sir Lionell Walden Knight Sir Edmund Gardiner Knight Charles Mountague William Pierpoint John Proby John Dryden John Conyers Silas Titus Robert Apreece Arthur Turnour Charles Cesar John Bigg Anthony Hammond William Naylour James Torkington John Ferrar John Pocklington Robert Pulloine Philipp Storey Charles Cesar junior Robert Throgmorton John Trice Richard Drury Edward Pickering Henry Ashley Robert Williams Cornewallis Francis Harby Esquires Robert Clarke John Ashcroft Richard Wynd Richard Hatly William Fuller James Wright Thomas Wright Edward Mason Marke Newman Thomas Gilbert John Bellamy Edward Checkley William Love Lawrence Blott John Poulter William Sparrow Roger Peck Thomas Trice Jonathan Read Gilbert Fann William Wye Robert Sewster John Mason Simon Mason Gentlemen Thomas Mailes Vintner of Godmanchester

For the Towne of Huntingdon.

The Mayor for the tyme being The Honourable Sidney Wortley alias Mountague Esquire The Honourable Richard Mountague Esquire Sir Edmund Gardiner Knight John Pocklington Esquire Richard Astry James Fairside Thomas Sayer Joseph Darlow George Merrit William Dowce Thomas Harris Henry Angell Audeley Philip Soper Gentlemen.

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 Peregrine Berty Esquire Sir William Twisden Sir Charles Sidley of Southfleete Sir Thomas Roberts Sir Charles Sidley of St Cleare Sir Henry Palmer Sir George Rivers Sir Thomas Culpeper Sir John Knatchbull Sir Philipp Boteler Sir Thomas Styles Sir Bazill Dixwell Sir Stephen Leonard Sir John Marsham Sir John Rainy Sir Robert Hales Sir Humphrey Miller Sir William Honywood Sir Thomas Peirce Sir John Banks Sir Nathaniell Powell Sir John Austen Sir Thomas Selyard Sir Anthony Aucher Sir John Fagg Sir James Oxenden Knight and Baronett Sir William Swan Sir Robert Filmore Sir John Shaw Sir John Cutler Sir Roger Twisden Sir Francis Head Sir William Cooper Sir Francis Lawley Sir George Choute Sir Thomas Taylor Sir John Mordant Sir John Lethelier Baronetts Sir Jacob Astley Knight and Baronett Sir Edward Bettison Baronett Sir Michaell Byddolfe Baronett Sir Francis Leigh Sir William Pritchard Sir John Darrell Sir George Curtis 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 Purbeck Temple Knights Sir Algernoon May Knight Colonell Beaumont Lieutenant of Dover Castle Christopher Vane Robert Smith Thomas Fane Edward Roper Edward Hales Thomas Knatchbull William Watton Charles Amhurst Jeoffery Amhurst Thomas Rider William Campion Caleb Banks John Leech Robert Lewkner Gideon De Laune John Kitchell George Harlackenden William Boys of Hawkehurst William Henden Robert Austen senior Robert Crawford James Masters of Langden Walter Breames Herbert Randolph John Boys Esquires John Crumpe William Hammond James Chadwick William Kingsley Christopher Mills Samuell Short William Brockman of Bishborough William Brockman of Cheriton John Plummer of Northdowne Thomas Moyle Thomas Papillon Thomas Mun Francis Bathurst Esquires John Thurbone Serjeant att Law William De Laune Colonell Thomas Sackvile James Bunce George Petty William Selby George Polhill John Hide Major Gibbon Robert Gibbon John Cooke Thomas Osborne James Herbert Ralph Buffkin John Brewer John Packer Thomas Dallison Edward Gulston William Cage Reynold Peckham William Honywood Nicholas Miller John Wilkinson Richard Godden Andrew Brewer Thomas Manley George Rooke John Ady Edward Cary Heneage Dering John Chaplin Esquire Edward Crayford Esquire Britton Esquire Walter Hooper of Stockbury John Kenard Esquires Abraham Harrison Arnold King of Brumley Ellis Cunliffe of Chisleyhurst Robert Plott of Borden Philipp Papillon Henman Francis Waterman Thomas Scott Gentlemen George Sayers Vice Chamberlaine to the Queene Dowager John Le Mott Honywood William Huggessen Leonard Diggs Thomas Gomeldon Julius Deeds John Sherman Christopher Dering Gerrard Gore Nicholas Cooke Esquires Vincent Denn Serjeant att Law George Elcock Esquire William Jacob Doctor of Physick Henry Oxenden Henry Hawley Richard Oxenden Esquires Doctor Thomas Taylor Captaine Pettit of Thanet Moses Napleton Herbert Palmer Wortley Whorwood Henry Lee Esquires Charles Bargrave William Courthope Gentlemen Robert Heath John Evelyn Edward Austen William Lambert William Ash William Wilkinson John Mascall Philipp Bartholomew George Gifford Francis Farnaby Ralph Petley William Swann John Buggins Robert Austen junior James Codd Esquires Alexander Culpeper Samuell Plummer of Hollingborne William White John Crispe of Maidstone Roger Paine Thomas Napleton Edward Nutt Henry Marsh Thomas Brewer of Northfleete Thomas Washer Robert Michell Thomas Blisse Jeffery Boise Samuell Shaw John Cason Captain Beake Thomas Hales junior George Curteis Thomas Adryan John Fotherby Francis Barrell Thomas Selyard Christopher Allison Henry Sandys Percifall Hart Edward Mannings Edward Brent James Fortry Edward Grace Edward King Thomas Gifford Edward Bettison Edward Toke William Randolph John Culpeper Thomas Meredith Humphrey Stiles Richard Hulse of Bethersden Thomas Withwick Edward Manley of Wooldham Benjamin Godfrey John Bond William Turner Barnham Powell William James Captaine Tomlin Christopher Mason Christopher Sherman Thomas Marsh Charles Kenrick John Linch Esquires Thomas Godfrey of Hodiford Charles Courthope Thomas Turner The Mayor of Rochester for the tyme being The Mayor of Maidstone for the tyme being John Bloome Charles Fagg George Withwick Thomas Brett William Brett The Jurats of Maidstone being Justices of the Peace The Bailiffe Jurats and Expenditors of Rumney Marsh for the tyme being Major Nettir of Maidstone Thomas Morris Coppin of Deale The Mayor of Gravesend for the tyme being Christopher Waters William Yardley William Culpeper of Hollingborne John Christmas Thomas Chiffinch John Baron William Spencer Captain Courthope George Etkins Thomas Cooke of Bobbing Place William Tindall William Courthope Captaine Richard Symonds Captaine Francis Wheeler Charles Cesar Henry Packer Robert Minors Esquires Francis Brookes Thomas Skegg Gentlemen George Carter The Governour of Upnoare Castle John Moys William Watson John Matson Gentlemen Isaac Abraham John Gibbs Robert Lushington Gentleman John Smith of Lee John Skynner Gentlemen John Smith Esquire Garrett Gallant Gentleman Richard Elay Robert Salman Robert Saunders Samuell Wood William Reader John Bryan Gentlemen Captaine Roberts Luke Spencer Gentlemen Thomas Plummer Gentleman William Dickson Esquire Peter Short Gentleman The Mayor of Queenborough and Justices of the Peace for the tyme being.

For the City and County of the City of Canterbury.

John Beane Esquire Mayor Vincent Denne Esquire Serjeant att Law Recorder Sir William Honnywood Baronett Sir Anthony Aucher Knight and Baronett Henry Lee John Cason Edward Nutt Herbert Randolph Jeffery Boys William Turner and William Courthope Esquires William Jacob Doctor of Physick Thomas Taylor Doctor of Law William Watson Gentleman Thomas Fidge Thomas Knowler Nicholas Nicholson Thomas Dunkin William Guilbert John Gnarling Squire Beverton Henry Gibbs Francis Jeoffery and Henry Waddell Aldermen.

For the Towne and Port of Sandwich.

The Mayor and Jurats for the tyme being John Thurbarne Serjeant att Law Edward Brent Esquire and Richard Hawker Gentleman.

For the Towne and Port of Dover.

The Mayor for the tyme being Thomas Papillon James Chadwick Esquires George Wast William Richards John Bullock Thomas Scott Edward Wyvell and Edward Francklin Jurats Sir Abraham Jacob Knight Nathaniell Denew John Matson Frederick De Vinck Robert Jacob Thomas Raworth Nicholas Cullen Charles Johnson John Ford William Eaton Philipp Yorke and Abraham Stock

For the Towne and Port of Romny.

Master John Hunt Mr John Mascall Mr Peter Marten Mr Richard Baker Mr John Chantler Mr William Finch Mr Peter Evans

For the Towne and Port of Hythe.

The Mayor for the tyme being Sir Philipp Boteler Baronett William Brockman Esquire Julius Deedes Esquire Robinson Beane Heary Deedes William Browne Claudius Clare Elias Bassett Jurats Thomas Tournay Gentleman.

For the Towne of Fordwich.

The Mayor for the tyme being Samuell Short Esquire.

For Feversham.

[The (fn. 18) ] Mayor for the tyme being Charles Kendrick Thomas Napleton Thomas Knowles Richard Marsh Francis Waterman Joseph Edwards Gentlemen

For the Towne of Folkeston.

The Mayor for the tyme being Sir Bazill Dixwell Baronett William Brockman Esquire William Jenkins Miles Jacob Thomas Fagg Robert Hammond Gibbon Lad Thomas Jenkins Mr Nicholls Mr Masters Jurats

For the Towne of Lyd.

Julius Deedes Esquire Henry Wynne Esquire Mr John Bateman Mr Humphrey Lee Mr William Batchelor Mr Nicholas Dye Mr John Marshall.

For the Towne of Tenterden.

The Mayor for the tyme being Sir George Choute Robert Austen senior Esquire Robert Austen junior Esquire Robert Wightwick James Skeates William Curteis John Mantle Thomas Sharpe John Whitfeild William Finch Gentlemen.

For the Towne and Port of Winchelsea.

The Mayor for the tyme being Harris Gentleman Edward Martin Thomas Hovenden John Richardson Thomas Symons Fuller Esquire.

For the Towne and Port of Hastings.

The Mayor for the tyme being Thomas Lovell Captaine John Hide Richard Watts Philipp Lovell Captaine John Millard John Medhurst Jurats.

For the Antient Towne of Rye.

The Mayor for the tyme being John Spaine Michaell Cadman Nicholas Manouth John Smith Henry Goldsmith.

For the County Palatine of Lancaster.

Richard Lord Colchester Sonne and Heire apparent of the Earle Rivers Charles Lord Brandon Sonne and Heire apparent to the Earl of Macclesfeild The Honourable James Stanley The Honourable Fitton Gerrard Esquires The Honourable Hugh Willoughby The Honourable George Cholmondeley Esquires Sir Charles Houghton Sir Edmund Ashton Sir Thomas Stanley Sir Ralph Ashton Sir Robert Duckenfeild Sir Richard Standish Sir William Pennington Sir Henry Ashurst Baronetts Sir Jeoffery Shackerley Sir Edward Chisenhall Sir Daniell Fleming Sir Edward Moseley Sir Thomas Rawlinson Knights Thomas Cotton Roger Mainwaring Peter Leigh Peter Bold Thomas Norris James Holt Roger Kirkby Thomas Preston Edward Fleetwood Henry Farrington William Farrington Alexander Rigby of Layton Lawrence Rawsthorne William Hilton Thomas Greenhalgh Alexander Butterworth Thomas Braddyll James Lightbowne John Entwisle Christopher Parker Thomas Dodd Thomas Ashurst Thomas Banks James Duckenfeild James Chetham of Turton John Hopwood Joshua Horton Thomas Peircivall John Hartley Joseph Yates John Warren Alexander Rigby of Middleton Edward Rigby Thomas Rigby of Wray Anthony Parker Christopher Wilkinson Ralph Longworth Peter Shackerleigh Christopher Greenfeild Roger Kenyon Francis Lindley James Chetham of Smedley Silvester Richmond Peter Egerton William Hulme of Davy-Hulme John Braddyll William Kirkby Thomas Cole Roger Moore Edward Wilson Miles Sands John Fenwick Thomas Shierson Benjamin Houghton John Hodgshon Alexander Mawdsley Ralph Livesay junior Thomas Brotherton Nicholas Starkey Thomas Lever Thomas Dickenson Richard Entwisle Esquires William Fleming Roger Fleming Edward Herle Robert Clayton Barnaby Hesketh Thomas Rigby of Aspull Oswald Moseley John Veale Henry Rigley Joseph Gregg William Maghull Thomas Patten Thomas Serjeant [ (fn. 19) ] Pilkinton Esquires William Patten Ralph Egerton Richard Fleetwood Alexander Ratcliffe Nathaniell Molineux Edward Booth Peter Ormerod Thomas Rishton Ambrose Barcroft Nicholas Cunliffe Thomas Bradshaw Nicholas Hammond Roger Lacy Esquires John Starkey Jonathan Blackbourne Samuell Hilton Jonathan Case Edmond Horneby Richard Longworth Thomas Foster Thomas Smith Thomas Fife William Sclater William Lowde Robert Bootle John Latus Richard Rivington John Case James Ashton Cuthbert Holland Andrew Danby Jeoffrey Roby John Clayton Thomas Clayton Richard Houghton William Ashton Alexander Davis John Sorocold John Lawnders Robert Molineux Richard Peircivall John Latham Robert Carter James Ashton Robert Roper John Nuttall Martin Willis Thomas Grantham Joseph Huddleston Joseph Fletcher Robert Atkinson Josiah Hird William Hutton of Thorpensty George Allenson John Widdowes John Allen Thomas Catterall Peter Worthington William Leigh John Johnson Robert Shaw Thomas Golborne senior William Patten William Molineux Nathaniell Abram Jeremy Smethurst George Derbyshire George Golborne Thomas Patten John Wilme John Golborne junior Thomas Haywood Robert Haliwell James Holland Ralph Fincham Richard Dickinson John Talson of Grisdall Thomas Whalley James Norcroft Miles Whittacre Thomas Sudell Gentlemen Thomas Wilson John Talhad of Ireby The Mayor Recorder Aldermen and Bayliffes of Lancaster for the tyme being Charles Rigby Esquire William Penny Thomas Metcalfe John Tarleton Thomas Waller John Greenwood The Mayor Aldermen and Bayliffes of the Borough or Towne of Preston for the tyme being John Ferrers Alexander Johnson Esquires Doctor Charles Leigh Daniell Chadwick John Roberts Thomas Greenfeild [Robert (fn. 20) ] Sudell senior William Shaw The Mayor Recorder Aldermen and Bayliffes for the Borough of Wigan for the tyme being John Byram Edward Herle Esquires The Steward for the Borough of Newton for the tyme being George Leigh, Leigh Bowden, the Bayliffes of Clitheroe for. the tyme being John Lister Arthur Ashton Robert Sclater John Webster Thomas Alston Thomas Hird William Oddey Richard Sagar Anthony Walmesley The Mayor and Bayliffes of Liverpoole for the tyme being Thomas Brookbanke Thomas Tyrer James Prescott William Clayton Richard Windle Aldermen Peter Atherton John Molineux Thomas Johnson Gentlemen Edward Bootle Thomas Benson William Simpson Gentlemen Gabriell Crofts Esquire.

For the County of Leicester.

The High Sheriffe for the tyme 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 of the Great Seale of England The Right Honourable Lord William Pawlett Second Sonne to the Duke of Bolton The Honourable John Noell Esquire The Honourable Robert Sherley Esquire Sir William Villers Sir Thomas Hesilrige Sir Beaumont Dixie Sir Henry Hudson Sir William Halford Sir George Beaumont Sir John Noell Baronetts Sir William Ellis Sir Edward Abney Sir Edward Wigley Sir Ambrose Phillipps Sir William Yorke Knights John Cooke Jeoffery Palmer Richard Lister senior John Delafountaine John [Verney (fn. 21) ] Charles Moris Thomas Boothby Robert Hesilrige William Boothby William Hartopp Thomas Babbington John Bennett Thomas Caldecote William Colle William Bird Samuell Cotten Thomas Pochin junior William Streete Roger Roe Roger Smith George Pochin Christopher Pack Henry Hastings Matthew Johnson Thomas Wilson Robert Hesilridge junior Edward Needham [Stanhope (fn. 22) ] Whaley William Franke Thomas Noble William Jesson George Hewett Charles Duncombe Richard Brudnell John Danvers Rowland Browne Edward Conniers Francis Needham Richard Bradgate Lawrence Carter William Bainbrige Edward Hudson Edward Smith William Palmer Samuell Danvers Richard Lister junior George Ashby William Faunt Henry Kendall John Wilkins William Herrick John Wilson John Streete Walter Chetwind Charles Farneham William Woolleston, Woolleston Dixie Nathan Wright John Major John Oneby Thomas Lewes James Armeston Thomas Charnells Michaell Wrightson Thomas Abney Francis Mundy John Bainbrigge William Bellgrave Henry Henningham John Chamberlaine William Rawlins Thomas Hartope William Ashby James Halsall Everard Goodman Charles Jennens John Steele William Jarvis William Rowlings junior Henry Turner John Benskin Henry Gilbert William Watson William Major John Hood Theophilus Greene John Goodman Mr Deane Leonard Vow William Atkins Tyringham Stephens John Colles Robert Freeman Thomas Andrewes George Vincet William Billers Henry Dyson Thomas Miles of Shinton Richard Walker Mr Clarke of Gilorton Thomas Woodcocke of Came John Watts

For the Borough of Leicester.

George Beckett Esquire Mayor of the Borough of Leicester Matthew Symonds Esquire Sheriffe of the County of Leicester Nathan Wright William Franke and John Major Esquires William Southwell William Deane John Goodall Philipp Abney John Roberts George Bent Willian Bently Joseph Cradocke William Billers William Major Thomas Palmer junior Thomas Wells John Watts John Wilkins John Bent William Sheares Edmund Johnson William Cox John Norris Edmund Cradocke John Brookesby Thomas Palmer senior Thomas Lawrence and William Orton Gentlemen Sir Edward Abney Knight and Lawrence Carter Esquire Thomas Ludlan John Cracroft Samuell Woodland and John Abney Gentlemen.

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

The Right Honourable William Lord Pawlett second Sonne to the Duke of Bolton The Right Honourable George Lord Viscount Castleton of the Kingdome of Ireland Bennett Lord Sherrard of the Kingdome of Ireland The Honourable Nicholas Saunderson The Honourable [Peregrine (fn. 23) ] Bertie the elder The Honourable Charles Bertie senior The Honourable Peregrine Bertie junior The Honourable Philipp Bertie The Honourable Charles Saunderson The Honourable William Montague Craven Howard Sir Henry Monson Sir Thomas Hussey Sir John Brownlow Sir John Tyrwitt Sir John Newton Sir George Marsham Sir John Thorold Sir Willoughby Hickman Sir William Ellis Sir Richard Cust Sir Edward Hussey Sir William Buck Sir Richard Rothwell Sir John Oldfeild Sir Thomas Trollops Sir John Bolles Sir Richard Earle Sir Walter Clarges Sir Thomas Barnadiston Sir Thomas Meeres Sir Thomas Rolt Sir Thomas Clarges Sir William Massingbird Sir John Sherard Sir Thomas Skipwith Baronetts Sir Edward Aiscough Sir William Yorke Sir Christopher Nevill Sir Edmund Turner Knights Sir Henry Herne Knight of the Bath Charles Dimmock [Champion (fn. 23) ] Charles Pelham William Marwood Thomas Broughton Thomas Skipwith Thomas Lister Henry Stone Robert Ryley Noah Neale, Edward Payne Edward Montague John Sanders William [Welby (fn. 24) ] William Hyde senior William Hyde junior Anthony Palmer Esquires Sir Pury Cust The Mayor Aldermen Recorder and Sheriffs 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 [Stanford (fn. 25) ] The Aldermen of Grantham William Hascard Edward Secker John Robinson Edward Codington Symon Grant Robert Cole Thomas Ireland Thomas Colt William Clarke Thomas Crichloe Nathaniell Garthwaite Doctor Lee Gentlemen Anthony Wingfeild Charles Halford Peregrine Bertie of Gedney Esquires The Warden of Lowth John Newton Mountague Cholmly William Brownlow Richard Winch Stephen Rothwell William Trollop Peregrine Buck John Micklethwaite John Goodrick Richard Pell Samuell Ludington Esquires John Browne William Montague Gentlemen Sir Edward Farmer Sir Robert Barkham Baronetts John Bolt John Wood Benjamin King Andrew Burton Gentlemen Gilbert Bury Esquire Peter Bird Gentleman Thomas Bury Cyprian Thornton Edward. Turney Esquires David Feild Gentleman William Chapman John Chaplin Christopher Berisford Thomas Hall Vincent Grantham Francis Grantham George Whitchcott George Nevill Bryan Nevill Robert Cawdron George Hall Thomas Cowley John Harvey Esquires The Deane and Chapter of Lincolne Lake George Fairfax Thomas Young William Thompson John Hussey Matthew Lister Matthew Trollop Robert Ryder senior Dimmock Walpoole John Fisher John Byshopp Richard Forksey John Pindar George Knight Christopher Palmer Sigismond Trafford Francis Purley Benjamin Smith Peter Short Robert Archer Esquires Richard Cuthbert George Newcomen Gentlemen Charles Fox Rawston Hart Edward Browne of Hoblin Charles [Bates (fn. 26) ] John Toller George Langton senior George Langton junior Charles Hutton Robert Fisher Francis Anderson Edmund Anderson Esquires Thomas Ayscough Gentleman John Ely Edwin Anderson Esquires John How John Greene junior James Ashton Knott of Hurpswell John Towne George Smith William Bonner Gentleman Johnson of Witham Henry Jenkinson Henry Burrell Captaine Pownell Ruben Sparks John Jay Walter Johnson Esquires William Wallett William Ambler Francis Corey Gentlemen Martyn Johnson Robert Tyrwhitt Esquires Peter Mapletoft John Emerson Thomas Harnesse John Butler Gentlemen Daniell De Lyne Robert Saunders Adam Bland Richard Nelthorpe John Thorold Isaac Newton Thomas Collison Thomas Tigh Thomas Williamson John Burton William Cotton John Appleyard Francis Aiscough Thomas Webberley John Key John Ivatts William Tayler of Heckinton Edward Curtis Lewis Hurst William Tomlins of Riby Anthony Burton Humphrey Hyde Benjamin Cuthbert William Stanford John Micklethwaite junior Thomas Turney John Quincy John Garland Joseph Edmonds William Yorke Charles Fitz Williams Syriac Weaslehead Robert Jenkinson Thomas Billcliffe junior Charles Beaty Thomas Hardy William Osgodby John Nelthorpe Thomas More Esquires Edmund Inkersall Edmund Dickinson William Greene of Long Sutton Nathaniell Thorold Gentlemen John Ayscough Martin Browne Henry Newstead William Marshall John Neive Charles Newcomin Gentlemen Doctor Fullwood of Stamford John Evans George Clayton and William Long of Barton Gentlemen.

For the City of London.

The Lord Mayor Aldermen and Sheriffs of the City of London for the tyme being Sir George Treby Knight Theire Majesties Attorney Generall and Recorder Sir John Cutler Sir Samuell Barnardiston Sir John Mordant Sir Benjamin Ayloffe Sir Richard Temple Sir Henry Ashurst Baronetts Sir Thomas Clarges Sir James Smith Sir Benjamin Newland Sir John Matthewes Sir Thomas Vernon Sir William Russell Sir Robert Adams Sir Jeremy Sambrooke Sir William Hedges Sir Matthew Andrewes Sir Thomas Rawlinson Sir Bazill [Firebrace (fn. 27) ] Sir Gabriell Roberts Sir Simon Lewis Sir William Dodson Sir Joseph Herne Sir Edward Desbovery Sir Ralph Box Sir Thomas Cooke Sir Stephen Evance Sir Peter Paravicine Sir John Cope Sir John Browne Knights Sir John Somers Knight Theire Majesties Sollicitor Generall Sir Thomas Davall Sir Nicholas Crispe Sir John Shawe Sir Thomas Chambers Sir Thomas Littleton Sir Thomas Pope Blount Sir Robert Rich Sir William Cooper Sir William Lemon Sir William Wogan Theire Majesties Serjeant att Law Thomas Papillon Esquire Doctor Henry Newton Chancellor of London Lieutenant Colonell John Perry Thomas Westerne William Strong Nathaniell Hawes John Machell Baker John Foche Nicholas Charleton William Hooker Jeoffrey Jeffreys Anthony Sturt Charles Chambers Richard Aly John Buckworth John Nicholls Ambrose Isted Arthur Champneyes John Bathurst James Hoblun George Sitwell Arthur Barron Richard Garth Charles Duncombe Daniell Sheldon Thomas Goddard William Ivatt Nathaniell Horneby John Crispe Robert Boddington Francis Gosfright Thomas Ryder Henry Hunter John Hoyle Thomas Watts William Fazakerly John Flavell John West John More Godfrey Woodward Thomas Crane William Carpenter William Whitehall Abraham Jaggard William Lemon Richard Holder Hugh Strode John Fenzell Robert Brabourne Robert Whittingham Edward Baker William Stamper John Ashby [Edmund (fn. 28) ] Philipps George Cole James Clement Edmond Prideaux Lieutenant Colonell Pearce Thomas Phelpe Henry Crispe Richard Bristow Samuell Trotman John Westcott William Robinson Thomas Firmin Thomas Coulson Roger Gillingham Thomas Pitt Gregory King Henry Dethick Esquires Doctor George Oxenden William Robinson Samuell Shepherd Merchants Thomas Rogers George Bearcroft John Blake Merchant Sir Peter Vandeputt William Edwards John Chancy John Mould John Martyn George Bonne Wadham Windham Samuell Somerford Esquires Peter Floyer Richard Normansell Charles Fletham Thomas Gardner Henry Lewis Peter Joy John Cooke William Pellatt William Withers Thomas Blackmore Percivall Gilborne Nicholas Caplin John Kent John Knapp John Cooke William Falkner John Genewe Francis Chamberlaine William Woodroffe John Midgley James Oades George Newland Thomas Langham Walter Coventry Daniell Allen William Pett William Jarrett Francis Dashwood John Freeman Arthur Stanley William Craddock Thomas Laxton Samuell Clarke John Morice Isaac Hoblun Robert Masters Richard Acton William Warren Herbert Alwyn Thomas Jene Thomas Woods Anthony Balam William Newberry Richard Yerbury Thomas Tokefeild Thomas Sandford Samuell Steines Francis Griffith John Johnson Peter Pickering Thomas Dashwood Richard Hoare Nicholas Alexander Robert Bedingfeild Thomas Darwin James Smith Rupert Browne James Woods James Fowles Joseph Hornebey Richard Nicholls Robert Raworth Francis Brerewood Richard Goodall Thomas Salter Samuell Ongley Nicholas Smith Thomas Collett Richard Edmondson George Peck Sir Richard Raines Sir Charles Hedges Sir Thomas Saint George Charles Ball Richard Wynne John Wilcox Arthur Shallott Peter Percivall Richard Gwyn Gilbert Heathcott Michaell Godfrey Timothy Delannoy William Gun Marke Streeton Rowland Answorth John Cary Sir John Worthyn Sir Robert Southwell George Booth Esquire Godolphin Esquire George Nicholas Thomas Cuthbert Edward Jenkinson William Cole Samuell Waldoe John Harvey Captaine William Walker John Knight Esquire Henry Cornish Augustine Ballow Richard Hutchinson Esquires William Stradwick Charles Mountague [Esquires (fn. 29) ] John Sansoun Esquire Thomas Martyn Robert Foster Thomas Philipps Joseph Wright Marke Stratton.

For the County of Middlesex.

The Right Honourable Sir John Trevor Knight Speaker of the Honourable House of Commons First Lord Commissioner for the Custody of the Great Seale of England and one of Theire Majesties most Honourable Privy Councill The Right Honourable Richard Hampden Esquire Chancellor of Theire Majesties Court of Exchequer and one of Theire Majesties most Honourable Privy Councill Charles Herbert Marquesse of Worcester Sonne and Heire Apparent of his Grace the Duke of Beaufort The Right Honourable Edward Russell Esquire Sonne of the Right Honourable the Earle of Bedford Charles Lord Cheyney of the Kingdome of Scotland Anthony Lord Viscount Falkland of the Kingdome of Scotland The Right Honourable Henry Lord Colraine of the Kingdome of Ireland Charles Lord Brandon Sonne and Heire Apparent of the Right Honourable Charles Earle of Macclesfeild The Right Honourable Sir William Rawlinson and Sir George Hutchins Two of the Lords Commissioners for the Custody of the Great Seale of England The Right Honourable Sir John Holt Knight Lord Chiefe Justice of England The Right Honourable Henry Powle Esquire Master of the Rolls and one of Theire Majesties most Honourable Privy Councill Sir Robert Atkyns Knight of the Bath Speaker of the House of Peers and Lord Cheife Baron of theire Majesties Court of Exchequer The Right Honourable the Lord Viscount Castleton of the Kingdome of Ireland The Honourable Henry Pagett Esquire The Honourable Sir Robert Howard The Honourable Craven Howard Esquire The Honourable Edward Mountague The Honourable Henry Priestman The Honourable Thomas Newport The Honourable Peregrine Bertie The Honourable Charles Mountague The Honourable Robert Shirley Esquires Sir Charles Gerard Sir William Cooper Sir William Roberts Sir Anthony Craven Sir William Smith Sir Richard Fisher Sir Cave James Sir Paul Whitchcott Sir William Barkham Sir Thomas Pope Blount Sir Thomas Littleton Sir Henry Ashurst Sir John Banks Sir William Williams Sir Henry Marwood Sir Richard Onslow Sir Roger Langley Sir John Cutler. Sir Philipp Cartwright Sir Samuell Barnardiston Sir John Wolstenholme Sir William Booth Sir Walter Clarges Sir John Hoskins Sir James Rushout Baronetts Sir Thomas Clarges Sir Robert Henley Sir Thomas Byde Sir John Elwes Sir James Butler Sir Thomas Rowe Sir Richard Downeton Sir William Hill Sir Francis Pemberton Sir Henry Johnson Sir Orlando Gee Sir Theodore De Vaux Sir Thomas Kensey-Sir Anthony Keck Sir Thomas Fowles Sir Basill [Firebrace (fn. 30) ] Sir William Hedges Sir Matthew Andrewes Sir Charles Cotterell Sir Edward Waldoe Sir Thomas Grantham Sir John Roberts Sir Purbeck Temple Sir Lacon William Child Sir Miles Cooke Sir John Francklyn Sir Adam Otteley Sir James Astry Sir Robert Legard Sir William Parkyns Sir Goddard Nelthorpe Sir Edward Abney Sir Thomas Hodgson Sir Cornwall Bradshaw Sir Michaell Henage Sir William Ashurst Sir William Pritchard Sir William Wogan Sir Charles Umfrevile Sir John Trenchard Sir Charles Lee Sir James Smith Sir Thomas Chambers Sir John Bucknall Sir Edmund Warcupp Knights Sir George Treby Their Majesties Attorney Generall Sir John Somers Their Majesties Sollicitor Generall Sir Jeremy Sambrooke Sir Francis Child Sir Thomas Rawlinson Sir John Tremaine Sir James Etheridge Sir Francis Leigh Sir Bartholomew Shoare Sir Thomas Cooke Sir Stephen Fox Sir Robert Marsham Sir William Whitlock Sir Michaell Wharton Sir Robert Holmes Sir Edward Wood Sir Robert Dacres Sir Heneage Fetherston Sir Thomas Middleton Knights Ralph Hawtrey Thomas Done and Brooke Bridges Auditors of Theire Majesties Imprest Accompts Charles Duncombe John Phelips Esquire one of the Auditors of Theire Majesties Court of Exchequer Henry Portman Nicholas Raynton Joshua Galliard James Mundy William Avery John Smith Adam Andrewes Edward Harris John Walker and John Walton of Hadley John Huxley John Bathurst Thomas Austin William Austin. William Tate William Bluck Charles Young Thomas Jackson Roger Gillingham James Chadwick William Draper Richard. Atkyns Thomas Wyndham Cheeke Gerrard Thomas Francklyn Richard Page John Baggs John Nicoll Lancelot Lake. Edmund Prideaux Thomas Napier Richard Bowater John Haley Tanner Arnold John Powell George Sitwell Edward [Mapleden (fn. 31) ] Richard Shoreditch John Stanyon Roger Jennings John Jennings of Heese Francis Merrick Matthew Johnson Clerke of the Parliaments Thomas Harrison John Walker of Hillingdon Henry Hawley Christopher Clitheroe Nicholas Grice John Davenport Richard Parker Robert Beale Robert Newdigate Lancelot Johnson Henry Collins Thomas Pearshouse Richard Lugg Edward Jennings John Crosier Jasper English Henry Reynell Thomas Wood Leonard Hamond Charles Duncombe Daniell Fox John Jones Thomas Bridall Daniell Proctor John Slater John Fontleroy Richard Derbyshire Edward Prodgers Robert Headding William Gulston Paul Jodrell Clerke of the Honourable House of Commons Edward Harbey Ralph Bucknall Thomas Owen John Le Neve Daniell Sheldon Peter Knight Henry Hassard Samuell Bluck Richard Milner John Milner Narcissus Lutterell Francis Twisden Emerton George Edwards Carew Guydott Edward Goldesborough Richard Price Doctor John Edisbury Roger Meredith Samuell Keck Shem Bridges Richard Garth Bazill Herne junior Doctor Thomas Hobbs Littleton Powell William Freeman Thomas Simpson Abraham Nelson John Hungerford John Plumer William Thursby John Cooke Thomas Windford William Tempest Richard Aston James Southaby Humphrey Etherington Francis Browne Samuell Somerford Samuell Buck William Etterick Matthew Bluck Edward Byde Hugh Simpson Albion Clare Aaron Pengry John Lloyd John Dawling Richard Dyott James Tyssor Daniell. Baker Francis Griffith Francis Thacker Edward Noell Robert Frampton Richard Haley Thomas Goodwin Charles Bonython Craven Peyton Robert Hastings Samuell Trotman Richard Holford Peter Lugg Thomas Offley Erasmus Smith John. Methwen John Higden John Rawlinson John Milbourne The Commissioners [of the Excise (fn. 32) ] for the tyme being Nathaniell Hilton John Hastings Richard Adams Hugh Hamersley John Bradford John Coggs William Whitacre Tobias Eden Robert Pugh Isaac Foxcroft Philipps Philazer John Ashbey Anthony Withers George Manley Thomas Medlicott Theophilus Eyton Thomas Christie John Smith Daniell Baker Humphrey Bradshaw William Bird senior of Hackney Henry Barker Clerke of the Crowne Robert Sheffeild Thomas Hinsloe Thomas Alston Francis Brende Thomas Methold John Creed Gregory King Thomas Webb Thomas Henshaw Richard Taylor Anthony Nourse Thomas Gregg Richard Woodward Charles Fox Robert Clarkson Foot Onslow Henry Lambe Francis Barry John Loven junior Doctor Edward Chamberlaine Thomas Harriott Thomas Hall Thomas Smith William Culliford William Withers John Pery John Crosse Robert Heyton Ralph Byde Edward Beker Stanton of Stoake Newington Roger Wood Fetherston James Harrison James Cardrow Roger Gillingham Captaine Den of Clarkenwell John Crosse Thomas Johnson Henry Tyson Thomas [Casse (fn. 32) ] Edward Nortley William Nortley Lucy Knightly Arthur Baley Hopefor Bendall Peter Bourdeaux George Bohun William Johnson Anthony Sturt Thomas Worley John Cave Matthew Bateman Henry Loads Joseph Blisset Samuell Twynn Nathaniell Owen William Wildey John North William Ifeild George Ford William Wakelin Henry Russell Richard Savile Henry Risby Henry Dethick John Vandebende Esquires John Bourne Gabriell Sparke William Warre Robert Cowden Richard Cheyney George Board Nathaniell [Mountney (fn. 33) ] John Goldesborough Thomas Grimble Peter Leceux Paul Docminique Captaine Batson John Woodfine Samuell Knowles Thomas Graves Thomas Wilcox Thomas Freeman Captaine John Nicholson Captaine William. Snelling John Andrewes Thomas Glover Thomas Casse junior Captaine Edward Noble Edward Weaver Captaine William Davis Richard Wildey Richard Awberry William Benson Arthur Barnadiston Charles Osbourne John Robins Simon Harcourt Clerke of the Peace for the County of Middlesex Simon Harcourt Esquire Counseller att Law John Hookes James Allen Thomas Browne Esquire John East Goldsmith Charles Hawtrey William Bird Philipp Mitchell Francis Ashby William Fenne Henry Cave senior Henry Cave junior William Walker of Hillingdon Richard Parkins Nathaniell Lacy Robert Burdett William Bampfeild Richard Cheslym William Webb Thomas Harris Anthony Guydot John Cannon John Bayley John Meridale Robert Longland John Barnes. Anthony Wells Ralph Clayton Simon Fuller Thomas Rudd Captaine Joseph Stephens Captaine George Phiney junior Nathaniell Mountney John Tryard Doctor Thomas Hobbs Dalby Thomas Robert Dormer [Esquire (fn. 34) ] Thomas Brotherton Esquire Nathaniell Hudson Gentleman Sir Walter Plummer Baronett Sir William Leaman Richard Garth Esquire Edward Ambrose Gentleman William Stewkly Esquire Sir Edward Wood William Culpepper Esquire Thomas Fich Esquire John Gulson Gentleman Sir John Cope Baronett Sir Philipp Boteler John Temple Henry Ludlow Hercules Horsey Nicholas Barbon Esquires William Duncombe. Gentleman Edward Trotman Edward Progers Thomas Owen John Tredenham Samuell Buck Edward Rouse William Lightfoote Thomas Neale Esquires Doctor Owen Wynne Joseph Offley Esquire Rober Cecill Esquire Ralph Bucknall Esquire John Temple Esquire William Bridges John Raymond Richard Craddock Robert Hastings John Wilcox.

For the City of Westminster and Liberties thereof.

The Right Honourable Richard Earl of Ranelagh of the Kingdome of Ireland The Right Honourable Richard Hampden Esquire one of Theire Majesties most Honorable Privy Councell and one of the Lords Commissioners of the Treasury The Right Honourable Sir John Lowther of Lowther Baronett one of Theire Majesties most Honourable Privy Councill and one of the Lords Commissioners of the Treasury The Right Honourable Sir Stephen Fox Knight one of the Lords Commissioners of the Treasury and the Right Honourable Thomas Pelham Esquire another of the Lords Commissioners of the Treasury The Right Honourable Sir Robert Howard Knight one of Theire Majesties most Honourable Privy Councill Edward Russell Esquire one of Theire Majesties most Honourable Privy Councill The Right Hohourable Hugh Boscawen Esquire one of Theire Majesties most Honourable Privy Councill The Right Honourable Henry Powle Esquire Master of the Rolles and one of Theire Majesties most Honourable Privy Councill William Lord Eland Sonne and Heire apparent to the Marquesse of Hallifax Edward Lord Cornebury Sonne and Heire Apparent to the Earle of Clarendon Anthony Lord Falkland of the Kingdome of Scotland The Right Honourable Craven Howard Philipp Howard Peregrine Bertie Charles Bertie Colonell Thomas Sackvill Bernard Granville John Granville Thomas Howard Henry Maynard Charles Montague Henry Frederick Thynne William Cheyney Thomas Newport Esquires Sir John Lowther of Whitehaven Sir Samuell Grimston Sir Charles Carterett Sir Walter Clarges Sir Roger Langley Sir Thomas Littleton Sir John Cotton Sir Robert Cotton Sir Robert Pye Sir Christopher Musgrave Sir Peter Colliton Sir Henry Marwood Sir John Cutler Sir William Honywood Sir Peter Colliton Baronetts Sir William Wogan Theire Majesties Serjeant att Law Sir Thomas Clarges Sir Joseph Seymour Sir Thomas Montpesson Sir John Ellwes Sir Philipp Meadowes Sir John Nicholas Sir Richard Temple Sir Joseph Williamson Sir Charles Cotterell Sir Cyrill Wych Sir Charles Ohara Sir William Orpe Sir Christopher Wrenn Sir James Hayes Sir Humphrey Winch Sir Robert Henley Sir John Trenchard Sir John Bucknall Sir William Farmer Sir Thomas Chambers Sir Robert Holmes Sir Thomas Saint George Sir Michaell Cole Sir Jonathan Jennings Sir William Cowper Sir Thomas Orbye Sir Thomas Travell Knights Sir George Treby Theire Majesties Attorney Generall Sir John Somers Theire Majesties Solicitor Generall All the Officers of the Board of Green Cloth The Three Prothon [o (fn. 35) ] taries of the Court of Common Pleas for the tyme being Charles Fox John Loveing Francis Villers Henry Guy Francis Gwynn Richard Morley Thomas Done Brooke Bridges William Aldworth John Phelipps Hugh Squire James Vernon Peter Shakerley Charles Bonithon Edward Cary Thomas Watkins Richard Newman James Sheffeild Benjamin Cooling Doctor Owen Wynne William Bridgman Walter Bridall Thomas Neale Christopher Vane Matthew Lock Michael Babington John Currance Simon Smith Edmond Ogar David Crawford Andrew Laurance William Shaw John Tullye William Richards William Blathwait Richard Pagett Edmond Waller John Pottenger Francis Negus Ralph Marshall Robert Feilding John Knight John Baber John Rawkins Nicholas Fenne James Tisser Anthony Rowe Roger Gillingham Nicholas Martin William Seabrooke Edward Salisbury John Wilson John Topham Thomas Payne Richard Dalton Philipp Fairwell William Fowles John Ady Guicciardino Wentworth John Packer Peter Hume Gervas Price Thomas Newport John Walker of the Exchequer Charles Whittaker William Baber Matthew Johnson Clerke of the Parliaments John Walker Esquire Paul Jodrell Clerke of the House of Commons Philip Foster Thomas Pitt John Squibb Benjamin Jeffries Colonell Edmund Mayne Colonell Edward Rowse Colonell John Fitz Patrick John Pultenay John Hastings William Gulston Henry Priestman James Southerne Eldred Lancelott Lee Nicholas Barbon Edward Progers Humphrey Hethrington Thomas Hall John Dives Philipp Ryley Edward Richbell Lawrence Stannion William Thursby Major Thomas Taylor Jasper English Lawrence Saint Loe Charles Chetwind Thomas Owen William Germaine Albian Chaier Ralph Bucknall Francis Knollis Henry Colt Dives Edmund Webb Esquires Martin Lister John Radcliffe Gideon Harvey Leonard Pluckenett Robert Feilding Doctors of Physick Bartholomew Phillingham Charles Twitty William Lownds Robert. Squibb Thomas Wymondesold Humphrey Maston John Spicer John Taylor John Lowe Bartholomew Burton Robert Knott John Creed William Ball John Milner Richard Milner John Roydhouse Dionisius Andrews Edmund Woodruff John Cleare John Smalbone Nehemiah Arnold Richard Rider Gerard Cotter Captaine John Taylder Captaine Richard Crispe Captaine Henry New Thomas Templeman Morice Hunt James Chace Joshua Drayner George Cooper John Haynes John Lugg Richard Wheeler Richard Lassells Charles Rampaigne Michael Arnold Ralph Hutchinson Marke Lawne Richard Fitz-gerald James St Amand Charles Knott John Clayton John Worley and Edmund Yeomans of St Clement Danes Richard Cooper John Rosington Matthias Cooper Lewis Prescott John Frost Simon Smith Merchant John Martin William Greene Richard Heybourne Erasmus Dryden John Hookes Thomas Browne Richard Fisher Richard Owen Thomas Linacre Philip Blundell John England John Bolt Richard Stephens Augustine Beare Peter Levigne Francis Chapman William Greenaway Anthony Crachrode Michael Miles Robert Wood James Supple John Blundell Edward Hutchins John Angier John Stone Robert Stone George Rainton Richard Miller John Vigures George Pluckenett Captaine John Partridge John Clayton Thomas Morgan Spalding Richard Hutton Rowland Greenwood Jacques Wiseman Thomas Thoroton Henry Robins George Meggott James Fearne Thomas Bridgman John Hinder Peter Rudge Thomas Jones Samuel Burch Samuel Pryer Robert Wood Cock of Long Acre James Butterby Thomas Mansell Thomas Rider William Mascall Edward Salter William Blackaller William Jacob Thomas Crosse Moses Porter William Read William Standish William Willis Christopher Sheene Tanner Arnold Henry Rogers Richard Topham Anthony Segar Samuel Brewster John Howlett Thomas Railton Morris Emmett junior Giles Burrowes John Rampaigne John Morley Robert Butler Michael Miles Gilbert Herring John Kemp James Franks Samuel Peacock Nicholas Pickering Thomas Tuckey Nicholas Collins Nicholas Freeman Mordet Creherode James Cunningham Thomas Harrison Crispe Grange John De Sheer of Covent Garden Thomas Browne Nathaniel Hilton John Hastings Richard Adams Hugh Hamersley John Bradford William Whitaker Anthony Withers Christopher Deane Henry Jones Edmond Godwin Edmond Fuller Alexander Mann John Martin Benjamin Bayles Thomas Sutton Thomas Gratwicke Nicholas Spaulton Charles Peter Francis Thacker Captaine John Woodhouse Francis Colley. Richard Barrow Gilbert Urwin Gilbert Wharton Charles Dramfeild Henry Ludlow Gentlemen Richard Stevens Henry Ludlow Esquire William Gulston Esquire Sir Francis Child Humphrey Hetherington Esquire John Tizard Gentleman Richard Garth Esquire Sir Robert Marsham Edward Rowse Esquire.

For the County of Monmouth.

Charles Lord Marquesse of Worcester Sonne and Heire apparent to the Right Honourable the Duke of Beaufort Sir Charles Kemeys Baronett Sir Trevor Williams Baronett Sir John Morgan Baronett Sir Rowland Gwynn Knight Sir Humphrey Mackworth Knight Sir James Herbert Knight Thomas Morgan of Tredegar Esquire John Williams of Langibby Esquire Henry Probert John Arnold Charles Van John Howe Thomas Morgan of Lanrumny Lewis Morgan of Macken Charles Price of Lanfoist Edmond Morgan Richard Lister Hopton Williams Henry Morgan of Pidwilty Roger Otes Edward Jones of Buckland George Kemeys of Lanvayer Edward Perkins Thomas Jones of Uske George Lewis of Penhow John Floyer Charles Hughes Charles Morgan of Tredegar John Morgan of Machen Nicholas Arnold James Morgan of Llandilo John Walter of Piersfeild Capell Hambery Robert Gunter Christopher Price Roderick Gwynn David [Morgan (fn. 36) ] John Skudamore Edward Kemeys Henry Tompkins Richard Roberts Charles Milborne of Winisto John Harris Nicholas Parker Matthew Powell Esquires Walter Williams Gentleman Richard Clarke Esquire The Mayor of Monmouth for the tyme being The Mayor of Newport for the tyme being The Portreive of Uske for the tyme being The Bailiffe of Abergavenny for the tyme being John Morgan of Landuy Walter Baker Esquire Thomas Williams Morgan Chambers William Blethin of Dinnam John Lewis of Ifton-Hill Charles Williams of Newport Nehemiah Williams eadem John Morgan eadem Lewis Morgan eadem Charles Morgan of Lansore Thomas Morgan of Penrose John Ketchmay Matthias Bird Walter Aldy Robert Jones John Morgan of Winisto William Blethin of Llanmellin John Crag of Uske Theophilus Reynolds Walter Cecill Roger Williams John Harris of Abergavenny William Powell of Pull-Hall Francis Williams Morgan Thomas John Watkins Trevor Merrick Walter Evans William Evans William Price John Gwilliam Francis Prichard John Prichard of Hampson Sheldon Powell Ezra Waters Hugh Harris William Sayce Charles Jones of Magar Henry Occold William Prichard of Landattock James Springett Michael Bohoone Henry Lewis of Treleak Charles Griffith Thomas Gwillim John Skudamore of Tredaughan Walter Fortune of Monmouth George Kemeys of Kavenmably John Walters of Saint Brides Charles Milbourne of Winisto junior David Thomas of Abergavenny John Lewis Llandilo Thomas Williams John Philpott Henry Gab Gentlemen James Morgan of Abergavenny Henry Milborne Esquire Thomas Edwards George Morgan Peregrine Lewis.

For the County of Norfolke.

The Right Honourable Henry Lord Colraine of the Kingdome of Ireland Sir Robert Bacon Sir Henry Hobart Sir Robert Drury Sir John Holland Sir Augustine Palgrave Sir John Pettus Sir Robert Kempe Sir Jacob Astley Sir Roger Potts Sir Thomas Ward Sir William Cooke Sir Edmund Doyley Sir Charles Adams Sir Peter Gleane Sir Nicholas Garrard Sir John Mordant Sir Thomas Hare Baronetts Sir Nevill Catelyn Sir Francis Guybon Sir William Rant Sir John Turner Sir Cirill Wych Sir Edward Chisenhall Sir Robert Clayton Sir Thomas Rawlinson Knights Thomas Knevyt Robert Walpoole Richard Berney John Harboard Edmund Wodehouse John Knevyt John Wodehouse James Hoste Esquires Robert Wardell Peircy Freake John Herne Joachim Matthewes William Stone John Jay Robert Coney Gabriel Armiger Robert Suckling Philip Bedingfeild Francis Gardiner John Warkhouse Philip Astley Charles Legrosse Edward Soame John Norris Daniel Bedingfeild Christopher Crow Robert Wilson Edward Wilson Erasmus Earle Francis Repps John Repps Robert Herne Riches Browne Henry Negus Robert Davy Arthur Branthwayte Nathaniel Symonds Edmund Britiffe George England Edmund Lambe Hatton Berners Robert Day John Ayde Thomas Wright Edward L'Strange William Oldfeild Clement Herne Robert Gooch Clement Gooch Thomas Townesend John Thurston Thomas Bulwer Brig Fountaine William Branthwayte John Cropley Isaac Preston Robert Bransby Thomas England Benjamin England Francis Negus Richard Carter John Brewster James Hoste Thomas Rant Robert Doughty Augustine Briggs Samuel Fuller Robert London Oliver Neve John Anguish Mundeford Spelman Leonard Mapes Francis Thorisby Gascoine Weld Anthony Freston Henry Golewell Thomas Talbott John Richmond Edward Osborne Gardiner Hewitt John Mingay William Sidley Israell Long Thomas Blowfeild Robert Stileman Francis Dusgate Doctor Pepper John Page Richard Ferrier Lucy Blackman George Vernon Henry Oxburgh Roger Jennings John Castle Edward Bulwer Robert Jermy John Houghton Brampton Gourdon Jonathan Symonds John Fowles Thomas Sanders Ralph Hare James Ward Thomas Baysepoole Thomas Crick Charles Turner junior Brograve John Birken Benjamin Dethick Thomas Newman Denzill Onslow Edward Earle Christopher Layer Francis Long Thomas Deirson James Hobart Robert Fiske Francis Neve Edmond Anguish Humphrey Rant William Stafford John Blenerhassett Robert Snell Leonard Mapes Edward Knights Hugh Bucknan Thomas Browne Sigismond Trafford Esquires.

For the City and County of the City of Norwich.

The Mayor for the tyme being Robert Davy Esquire Recorder Arthur Branthwayte Esquire Steward Thomas Blofeild Esquire Hugh Bokenham Esquire the Two Sheriffs for the tyme being Thomas Wisse Robert Bendish Robert Freeman John Lowe Nicholas Helwys Francis Gardiner William Salter Philipp Stebbing John Wrench Thomas Cooke Jeremy Vynn John Mann Esquires Robert Cooke Augustine Briggs Nicholas Bickerdike John Ward William Guibon Michael Beverly Samuel Warkhouse Thomas Postle Lawrence Goodwin Aldermen Doctor Fairfax Deane of Norwich Doctor Pepper Chancellor of Norwich Thomas Townshend Francis Bacon Thomas Bacon John Mingay Esquires Thomas Turner John Barnham John Dearsley John Mackrell Gentlemen.

For the Borough of Great Yarmouth.

The Bayliff for the tyme being George England Esquire Samuell Fuller Esquire Robert Bransby Esquire Peter Caulier Thomas England Benjamin England Thomas Bradford John Robins John Ferryer Nathaniel Symonds Thomas Godfrey John Gayford Gabriel Ward John Andrewes Anthony Ellis senior Richard Ferryer Robert Bernard Henry. Thompson Anthony Ellis junior John Gunnell Joseph Cottman Benjamin Engell Thomas Lovell Robert Baker John Carlow Aldermen John Burton senior Thomas Ellis.

For the Borough of Kings Lynn.

The Mayor for the tyme being Sir John Turner Knight Daniel Bedingfeild Esquire Benjamin Holley Giles Bridgman Robert Sparrow John Kidd Edmund Hooke Benjamin Keene Cyprian Anderson Henry Framingham William Lyns tead Henry Bell William Holley Esquires Charles Turner Gentleman.

For the Borough of Thetford.

The Right Honourable William Harboard Esquire one of [Theire (fn. 37) ] Majesties most Honourable Privy Councill Sir John Holland Baronett Sir Joseph Williamson Sir Francis Guybon Knights Baptist May Wormely Hetherell 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 Saint Andrew Saint John Baronett John Bathurst Esquire William Brownlow Gilbert Dolben Esquires Sir Thomas Samuell Baronett Sir William Langham Knight Sir William Egerton Knight of the Bath John Blencoe Serjeant att Law Thomas Andrew ( (fn. 38) ) The [Right (fn. 39) ] Honourable William Mountague Esquire Sir John Holman Baronett The Right Honourable William Harboard Esquire Sir Benjamin Batthurst Knight Christopher Jeffreys Esquire Arthur Brookes Thomas Maidwell Esquires Robert Barton Gentleman Sir William Farmer Baronett Francis Arundell Francis Crane Esquires Thomas Genninge Samuel Rolte Gentlemen Henry Benson Esquire Richard Butler senior John Combe Esquire William Adams of Charwelton John Winston Esquires Edmund Brumwick Thomas Breton Gentleman Sir William Craven Knight Sir Roger Cave Baronett William Bateman Gentleman Edward Lackins Esquire Thomas Wodward Gentleman John Bridges Esquire Sir James Long Baronett John Weaver William Fleetwood Thomas Mulsho Thomas Catesby William Willmer Esquires The Mayor of [Hygham (fn. 40) ] Ferrers for the tyme being Sir Rice Rudd Baronett Thomas Eakins William Bottelar John Wiseman Francis Harby William Elmes Thomas Tryst Hatton Compton Esquire Jacob Dancer Gentleman Henry Rushton Richard Raynsford John Thornton GerrardGore Robert Breton Henry Bacon Robert [Heslering (fn. 41) ] Thomas Pemberton Esquires Salathiell Lovell Serjeant att Law Daniel Deanvers Doctor in Physick Sir John Pickering Baronett Sir Matthew Dudley Baronett Jeffery Palmer of Stoke Doyley Esquire The Honourable Sidney Wortley alias Mountague Esquire The Right Honourable William Lord Fitzwilliams of the Kingdome of Ireland The Honourable Charles Bertie Esquire Noah Neale Esquire Henry Neale John Rayley William Clarke Esquires John Carrier John Dickason Robert Newcombe John Wildbore Thomas Deacon Gentlemen Sir Justinian Isham Baronett Edward Saunders John Clendon Barnard Walcott Thomas Colthurst Esquires Walter Orlibeare Gentleman Francis Lane John Creed Andrew Lant Charles Middleton James Robinson Robert Mansell John Allicock Esquires Thomas Langham Gentleman Matthew Skinner Doctor in Physick Robert Skinner Esquire Sir Pope D'Anvers Sir Robert Dryden Baronetts William Lisle Charles How Robert Dormer Samuel Tryst John Bagshaw John Creswell John Woodhall Charles Fox Ambrose Holbech Francis Saint John The Mayor of Brackley for the tyme being Robert Frewin Gentlemen Joseph Haines Esquire Francis Morgan George Kendrick Edward Stratford William Thursby Harvy Eakins Richard Lockwood Christopher Mountague Henry Farmer Henry Edmonds William Tate Toby Chauncey Francis Woodhall Samuel Tryon Thomas Jackson Esquires John Hodges Gentleman The Mayor of Northampton for the tyme being Robert Hesilrig Esquire John Knight Gentleman Richard Willobye John Silby John Brayfeild Robert Ives John Lucas William Ellce Thomas Chadwick Robert Stiles Theophilus Whiston William Wallis Daniell Harbert John Whithorne.

For the County of Northumberland.

The Right Honourable Charles Lord Morpeth Sonne and Heire apparent to the Earle of Carlisle The Honourable Charles Mountague Esquire The Honourable Ralph Grey Esquire Sir Ralph Delavall Sir John Heron Sir Thomas Lorraine Sir Robert Eden Sir Edward Blackett Sir William Blackett Sir Francis Liddell Baronetts Sir Ralph Jennison Sir Richard Neile Sir Francis Blake Sir Orlando Gee Knights William Forster Philipp Bickerstaffe Roger Fenwick Samuel Ogle Thomas Forster John Shafto John Salkeild Robert Mitford of Seighill Thomas Forster of Cornhill Thomas Collingwood Thomas Beach John Blackiston John Hindmarsh Robert Bewick John Carnaby William Strother of Foberry William Ogle William Carr Michael Weldon Henry Holmes Francis Addison Charles Howard Robert Mitford of Mitford Syrtis Swinburne William Taylor Joseph Carr Patricius Crow William Reavely George Delavall Thomas Blenkenshipp Robert Hebburne John Bacon John Blackett Robert Lawson Thomas Algood Robert Shaftoe Esquires Robert Lisle John Proctor Richard Forster John Coulson Samuel Salkeild William Ramsey of Brinckburne William Strother of Grendon Rigg Francis Forster John Grey The Bayliffs of Morpeth for the tyme being Robert Fenwick Ralph Grey of Backworth George Lawson John Fenwick Ralph Brandling Gilbert [Peke (fn. 42) ] George Wilson Ralph Anderson William Peirson Thomas Gray John Story John Rogers Thomas Burrell of Broome Park Robert Lisle of Hazen Samuel Wilson of Bingfeild Robert Fenwick of Hexam Lancelot Algood Gentlemen.

For the Towne and County of Newcastle upon Tyne.

The Mayor and Sheriffe for the tyme being Sir Robert Shafto Knight Recorder Sir William Blackett Baronett Sir Ralph Carr Knight Timothy Davison Timothy Robson George Moreton Nicholas Fenwick William Aubeny Nicholas Ridley William Carr William Ramsey Matthew White Esquires.

For the Borough of Berwick upon Tweed.

Sir Francis Blake Knight Samuel Ogle Esquire Stephen Jackson Esquire Major John Luck Ephraim Nealson Aldermen William Scott Anthony Compton Edward Nealson senior Robert Wattson John Sleigh Lisly Foreside Cuthbert Brady Ralph Archbald John Stanton Edward Nealson junior Robert Simpson John Pigg.

For the County of Nottingham.

The Right Honourable William Lord Eland Sonne and Heire apparent to the Marquesse of Halifax The Right Honourable Patricius Lord Viscount Chaworth of the Kingdome of Ireland The Honorable Anchetell Grey Esquire The Honourable William Byron Esquire Sir Thomas Willoughby Sir Thomas Parkins, Baronetts Sir Scroope How Sir William Stanhope Knights Francis Pierpoint Richard Munsfeild Thomas Lewis William Williams Charles Hutchinson Philipp Sherrard Esquires John Kerchavall Peter Broughton senior William Woolhouse Richard Janes of Eperston Henry Bainbridge Thomas Sharpe of Barnby Henry Sherbrooke Gentlemen James Farewell William Brownlow Thomas Newdigate William Burnell Arthur Warren Richard Slater Gilbert Millington Robert Sherbrooke Esquires Sir Francis Molyneux Baronett John Knight John Digby Darcy Molyneux William Pinckney Charles Stanhope John Thornhagh John White Francis Sandys Francis Stringer John Reyner Edward Mellish Gervas Eyre John Clarkson Thomas Charlton William Simpson Esquires William Sterne Thomas Bristow John Story Gentlemen Cicill Cooper Richard Lloyd Esquires Doctor Cromwell Thomas Sherbrooke John Grundy Gentlemen George Dunston Cordall Storrs Gentlemen The Mayor of Newarke for the tyme being the Six senior Aldermen Doctor Yarburrough Snell William Clay of Newarke Samuel Ellis Timothy Ellis Stow of Newarke Gentlemen Robert Sacheverell Beaumont Perkins Thomas Mansfeild Esquires The Bailiffs of Retford for the tyme being William Lane Esquire William Dunstan Simon Woolby James Mason George Wharton Thomas Sharpe Ward Gentlemen.

For the Towne and County of the Towne of Nottingham.

Joseph Turpin Esquire Mayor George Langford Charles Harvey John Hawkins Thomas Collins John Hydes John Crispe Aldermen Francis Pierpoint James Farewell John Dand Richard Mansfeild George Gregory Samuel Staple Esquire William Greaves Thomas Trigg Ralph Bennett John Hoe John Sherwyn William Drury Francis Salmon Gentlemen.

For the County of Oxford.

Anthony Lord Viscount Falkland of the Kingdome of Scotland Robert Lord Viscount Tiviott of the Kingdome of Scotland Mountague Lord Norris Sonne and Heire apparent to James Earl of Abingdon The Right Honourable Richard Hampden Chancellor of the Exchequer one of Theire Majesties most Honourable Privy Councill The Honourable Henry Bertie Esquire Sir Rober Jenkinson Sir John Cope Sir Fairmedow Peniston Sir William Walter Sir William Glynne Sir Edmund Fettiplace Sir Littleton Osbaldiston Sir Robert Dashwood Sir John Holman Sir Thomas Littleton Sir John Doyley Sir Thomas Cobb Sir James Chamberlaine Sir William Rich Sir Robert Barkham Sir Richard Temple Knight of the Bath Sir Ralph Dutton Sir Henry Ashurst Baronetts Sir Edward Hungerford Knight of the Bath Sir Edward Norris Sir Timothy Tyrrell Sir Thomas Tipping Sir James Hayes Sir Thomas Clayton Sir Thomas Row Sir Sebastian Smith Sir William Whitlock Sir Edmund Warcupp Knights Anthony Hungerford Thomas Tipping Richard Libb Edward Barry John Stone Carleton Stone John Hampden George Alnutt Henry Alnutt Francis Clarke William Lenthall John Dormer George Chamberlaine William Cannock Thomas Hoard William Bayley John Croke Henry Cole Henry Heylin Robert Perrott James Perrott Richard Powell William Pudsey Robert Sheppard Thomas Coghill Henry Hall John Wallis Adam Springall Robert Jennings Thomas Brightam Simon Harcourt Thomas Wheale Robert Mayott Alexander Denton Edmond Goodier Joseph Rawlinson Esquires Henry Ayleworth Henry Beeson Edward Masters Doctors in Law Doctor Henry Morris Charles Holloway John West William Oakley Ralph Holt Humphrey Wickham John Gunne Lenthall Trotman John Bray John Danvers Nathan Knight Esquires Sunnibanke Veysay Roger Price Thomas Woodhall William Sacheverell Henry Peacock Samuel Trottman Thomas Crispe of Darneford George Tipping of Draycolt James Herbert Esquire William Tipping [of (fn. 43) ] Ewelme Esquire Richard Bridoake Lacy Osbaldiston William Blake Bartholomew Harris John Parsons George Woodward John Wickham Gregory of Horley George Cave Simon Whorwood a Deane John Cary Thomas Rowny Richard Tayler of Wilscott Francis Knapp Robert Parsons Henry Streete Henry Stephens Thomas Carter Gilbert Jackson John Stibblehill John Hickford Francis Greenway Richard Eyans Anthony Eyans Thomas Greenwood Thomas [Napier (fn. 44) ] Richard Thompson Nicholas Busby Hawkins of Milton Sutton Coghill John Coghill Martin May John Wheeler John Crispe Lawrence Lord John Crokett John Dodwell John Wise of Drayton John Smith Giles Diston Thomas Rolls Richard Croke Richard Blackhall George Gooding of Latchford John Moreton Robert Standard Bezaliel Knight Gentlemen Francis Norreys John Nurse Esquires William Jeffy Gentleman Sir Henry Fane Knight of the Bath Francis Drake Gentleman The Mayor Aldermen and TowneClerke of Woodstock for the tyme being The Mayor Steward Recorder Aldermen and Towne-Clerke of Banbury for the tyme being The Warden of Henley for the tyme being The Bayliffs of Chipping Norton Burford and Witney for the tyme being Arthur Warren Esquire John Coker Gentleman John Winlow Edward Whistler of Gathampton Thomas Turner Richard Mayott Ralph Whistler senior Ralph Whistler junior John Lydall Gentlemen James Paul Henry Fairfax Esquires Robert Skinner Edmund Woodward Overbury Whitlock John Machell Esquires Josiah Diston Richard Diston William Diston Gentlemen Richard Hawkins Esquire.

For the University of Oxford.

Doctor Jonathan Edwards Vice-Chancellor and the Vice-Chancellor for the tyme being The Honourable Heneage Finch and William Leopold Finch Warden of All Souls Colledge 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 John Hammond Doctor Ralph Bathurst Doctor Thomas Turner Doctor. Thomas Bowchire Doctor Richard Lydall The Proctors for the tyme being Master Benjamin Cooper John Haslewood John Crosse John Fulks George Thompson Thomas Moore and Thomas Bartlett.

For the City of Oxford.

The Mayor for the tyme being The Honourable Henry Bertie Esquire Sir Edward Norreys Knight Sir John Cope Sir Robert Jenkinson Sir John Doyley Sir Robert Dashwood Baronetts Sir William Walker Sir Sebastian Smith Knights Sir Robert Harrison John Townsend Thomas Fifield Thomas Eustace Aldermen William Wright Recorder Colonell Henry Cope Tobias Browne John Bowell John Crony Thomas Hunsdon Edward Combes Charles Holloway John Bateman Esquires Charles Harris Gentleman Edward Prince Towne-Clerke Thomas Bee Richard Keats Bayliffs of the said City

For the County of Rutland.

The Right Honourable Bennett Lord Sherard of the Kingdome of Ireland The Honourable John Noell Esquire The Honourable Philipp Sherard Esquire Sir Thomas Mackworth Baronett Sir Thomas Barker Baronett William Palmes Esquire Bennett Sherard Esquire John Verney Esquire Eusebius Boswell Charles Halford Christopher Browne Edward Horseman Robert Mackworth Edward Browne Cornelius Burton Anthony Palmer Clement Breton John Weever Charles Tyrrell Wellesborne Sill Armine Bullingham Edward Fawkner Marsh of Tinwell John Flavill Richard Snow Thomas Hayes Christopher Cleatheroe Esquires Richard Matthew Andrew Burton John Baker Gentlemen.

For the County of Salop.

The Right Honourable Sir John Trevor Knight Speaker of the Honourable House of Commons and First Lord Commissioner for the Custody of the Great Seale of England and one of Theire Majesties most Honourable Privy Councill The Honourable Charles Lord Brandon Sonne and Heire apparent of the Right Honourable Charles Earl of Macclesfeild The Honourable John Gray The Honourable Richard Newport Andrew Newport Sir Henry Lyttleton Sir John Leveson Gower Sir William Whittmore Sir Humphrey Briggs Sir John Corbett Sir Francis Lawley Sir Uvedale Corbett Sir Edward Acton Sir Richard Middleton Sir Thomas Littleton Sir Job Charleton Sir William Williams Sir Thomas Woolrich Sir Francis Edwards Baronetts Sir Thomas Travell Sir Lacon William Child Sir Thomas Jones Sir Adam Ottley Sir Robert Owen Sir William Forrester Sir Henry Gough Knights Jervas Pierrepont William Fowler Francis Charleton of Apply John Charleton Arthur Mainwaring Francis Forrester Edward Leighton Richard Lister Edward Kynaston of Oatley Edward Kynaston of Hordley John Kynaston Francis Prince Henry Herbert Francis Herbert Edward Owen of Condover George Weld William Oakley Robert Corbett Thomas Roch John Coates Richard Moore Walter [Wing (fn. 45) ] Charles Baldwyn Charles Coates Robert Cresslett Robert Owen Roger Pope senior Roger Pope junior Thomas Lloyd Richard Creswell John Lacon Thomas Oatly Littleton Powes Henry Newton Francis Charleton of Whitton Thomas Cornwall Bartholomew Lutley Thomas Hanmer Henry Davenport Eldred Lancelot Leigh Thomas Langley Robert Harley Thomas Spratt William Williams John Huxley John Chetwind Edward Kerry Orlando Niccolls Richard Mitton Edward Vaughan Price Devereux Edward Cludd Rowland Hunt Thomas Corbett Henry Powell Jonathan Langley Thomas Lister Thomas Lister junior Thomas Edwards Richard Corbett Robert Clowes William Grower John Tayleur Thomas Burton Thomas Smalmah Soudley Eyton Robert Piggott Thomas Wingfeild Thomas Mackworth John Edwards of Rorington John Powell Thomas Powell of Parke John Warter Francis Berkley Arthur Wever James Grove Thomas Jobber Robert Lloyd John Whitehall Henry Mitton William Heyward Edward Barrett Edward Jennings Edward Whitchcott Edward Owen of Pully William Jones Ralph Browne Thomas Sandford Job Walker Edward Dunn junior Thomas Seaverne William Adams senior William Adams junior Esquires The Mayor of Salop for the tyme being The Bayliffs of Bridgnorth for the tyme being The Bayliffs of Bishopps Castle for the tyme being The Bayliffs of Wenlock for the tyme being The Mayor of Oswestry from the tyme being The Bayliffs of Ludlow for the tyme being John Hill Richard Hosier Buckley Mackworth Esquires Richard Salter Edward Gosnell Roger Griffith Jonathan Scott Collins Woolrich Richard Muckleston Robert Wood Thomas Owen Charles Kynaston Simon Hanmer Gentlemen Cole of Salop Esquire Edward Littleton Esquire Richard Higgons John Williams Esquires Rowland Baugh John Flemming Robert Garton Thomas Acton Edward Mitton Edward Lloyd William Leeke Samuel Woolaston Richard Betton Gentlemen Arthur Devereux Esquire Adam Wareing Richard Davis William Grosvenor Richard Jenkins Samuel Bowdler of Arlscott John Langley of the Amias Thomas Crompton Gentlemen Lancelot Stephens John Mason of Much Wenlock John Bright Edward Pully Thomas Hawkes Thomas Sabry Thomas Hill of Alcaston John Atkinson Doctor of Physick John Hollins Doctor of Physick Timothy Hassall William Hammond of Bridgnorth Samuel Sandford George Chambre Jonathan Wingfeild George Walker William Kynaston Philipp. Cole Thomas Jones Edward Kettleby junior Shepherd of Bitterly Francis Baycott Richard Ridley Robert Smith John Fowler Thomas Mason Charles Mason Thomas Hinks William Bridgen Richard Walker Richard Bradley. Alexander Middleton Edward Matthewes Humphrey. Owen Samuel Hunt Arthur Tong John. Clarke Richard Jenkes of Drayton Thomas Jones Counsellor att Law Richard Stainers Thomas Howell John Traunter Gentlemen Sir Walter Williams Baronett Silas Titus Francis Lloyd John Salwey Esquires Edward Robinson Richard Cam Richard Davis John Sherratt Gentlemen John Edwards of Nesse Gentleman Thomas Barnes Gentleman Mr Gough of the Marish John Colbatch Samuel Bowdler John Charleton Esquires John Thomas Gentleman John Acton Gentleman.

For the City and County of Bristoll.

The Mayor and Sheriffs for the tyme being Sir William Cann Baronett Sir Richard Hart Sir Richard Crumpe Sir John Knight Sir William Clutterbuck Sir William Heyman Sir William Merrick Sir Thomas Earle Sir John Duddleston Knights John Hicks William Crabb Joseph Creswick Abraham Saunders William Swymmer Thomas Day William Jackson Arthur Hart William Duning John Dutton Colt Esquires Nathaniel Driver Edmund Arundell Gyles Merrick Robert Yate George Morgan Edward Tocknell John Sandford Samuel Wallis Thomas Cole John Bubb John Blackwell John Yeamans Robert Douding Nathaniel Haggett Robert Henley Thomas Edwards Michael Pope Richard Codrington John Cary Henry Parsons John Rowe John Lloyd Henry Gibbs William Cosley Gentlemen William Browne Gentleman.

For the County of Somersett.

John Lord Fitzharding of the Kingdome of Ireland Sir Edward Seymour Sir John Sydenham Sir John Smith Sir Thomas Wrath Sir Edward Windham Baronetts Sir John Trevillian Sir Halswell Tynt Sir John Moreton Sir John St Barbe Sir William Cann Baronetts Sir Edward Phellips Sir Thomas Bridges Sir William Bassett Sir George Norton Sir Richard Hart Sir John Knight Sir Charles Carterett Sir Thomas Travell Sir William Wogan Knights Nathaniel Palmer Thomas Strangewayes Henry. Portman Edward Barkley Hopton Wyndham George Horner John Hunt John Sandford Henry Bull Alexander Lutterell John Speake Edward Clarke Joseph Langton Edward Gorges John Wyndham William Hellyar senior William Hellyar junior Carew Mildmay Cadwallader Jones Henry Roll Warwick Bampfeild John Piggott Edward Baber William Gore Colonell Francis Hawley George Long William Lacy Edmund Windham Baldwin Mallett Thomas Bere Thomas Carew Richard Fownes William Okeden Henry Gold William Etherick William Strode John Harrington Richard Morgan Edward Hobbs Charles Steynings James. Prouse Thomas More Harry Roynon John Champneys Henry Henly senior Henry Henly junior Henry Walrond Thomas Langton Richard Crosse William Coward William Phellips William Hilliard de Sea Anthony Stocker Henry Lyte Anthony Etherick George Clarke Henry Mompessons Thomas Strode Robert Lyderfin William Harbin John Blagdon John Blewett de Knowle John How Andrew Crosse James Cade George ( (fn. 46) ) Dodington de Wells George Musgrove senior George Musgrove junior Robert Long Richard Elsworth William Davy Francis Vaughan Richard Lansdowne Thomas Dike Edward Dike William Catford John Worth William Player William Westley William Hughes Richard Jones. William Blackford John Hody senior John Hody junior Richard Cox James Twiford Samuel Cabell John Sandys Thomas Gale Roger Leversage John Creswick William Whitchurch John Burland Samuel Horner John Strachey Edmund Bowyer William Blackford George Pratter Francis Hollis Newman Esquires Nicholas Francis Henry Winter Thomas Sambourne Philip Bennett Edward Thruston John A Court senior John A Court junior William Lucy Thomas Ledginghan William Champneys Thomas Sumner Samuel Raymond Robert Blake Marshall Bridges Matthias Hanvill Robert Pearce Doctor of Physick John Blinman John Williams Thomas Beech William Lyde senior Cornelius Lyde Edmund Bourne John Everard William Boulton Thomas Compton Thomas Langdon David Yea Edward Bacon John Keene Henry Proctor William Gifford John Browne Thomas Hawker Henry Bonner William [Man (fn. 47) ] Esquires Sir Stephen Fox Francis Hobart William Bisgood Richard Snow Barnard Smith Richard Wyatt John Smith Nicholas Marshall Thomas Baker Samuell Bindon Thomas Groves Thomas Towells John Frind Nicholas Markes of Haydon William Webber William How Gentlemen.

For the City of Bath.

The Mayor for the tyme being Robert Peirce Doctor of Physick John Masters Walter Gibbs Robert Chapman John Bush Benjamin Baler William Bush Walter Hicks Robert Hayward Edward Bushell John Stibbes Doctor Robert Toope George Colliby.

For the City of Wells.

The Mayor for the tyme being William Coward Thomas Davis John Day William Westly George Dodington William Hughes John Irish.

For the Borough of Bridgwater.

The Mayor for the tyme being Alexander Popham Alderman Francis Tuthill John Gilbert junior John Hardey of the Castle Roger Hoare

For the County of Stafford.

The Right Honourable John Lord Viscount Mazarine of the Kingdome of Ireland The Honourable John Gray The Honourable Henry Pagett The Honourable William Ward The Honourable Robert Shirley The Honourable Clotworthy Skeffington Esquires Sir Thomas Peshall Sir John Leveson Gower Sir Thomas Wilbraham Sir Walter Wrottesley Sir Walter. Bagott Sir Henry Littleton Sir Edward Littleton Sir Charles Wolsley Sir Francis Lawley Sir Thomas Bellott Sir Michael Biddulph Baronetts Sir Brian Broughton Knight and Baronett Sir Edward Hungerford Knight of the Bath Sir Gilbert Clarke Sir Henry Gough Sir Charles Skrymshire Sir John Floyer Knights Sir John Turton Knight one of the Barons of the Exchequer Walter Chetwynd John Chetwynd Thomas Broughton Edward Littleton Robert Burdett Robert Wolsley Thomas Lawley Edward Byrch Serjeant att Law Jonathan Cope Richard Dyott Thomas Foley Philipp Foley William Sneyd Ralph Sneyd senior 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 William Parker junior George Parker John Swinfin Thomas Birch William Inge Phillipp Hollins Matthew Floyer Esquires Philipp Pargiter Jonas Grosvenor Charles Coates William Cotton Thomas Orme John Beresford Francis Whitwick senior Francis Whitwick junior John Whitwick William Turton Phineas Fowke Doctor of Physick John Bagnall Edward Foden Copwood Hollins Francis Elde Francis Woolverston William Nabbs Richard Pyott Thomas Jolliffe William Jolliffe William Milward John Shilton Lambert Baggott John Newton Henry Leigh John Chetwood Tomins Dickins Daniel Watson John Peircehouse Charles Blunt Michael Noble William Bendy John Wedgwood junior Esquires Isaac Hawkins Gentleman Thomas Whitby William Anson John Huntbache James Wood Peter Warburton William Trafford senior William Trafford junior Thomas Scott Thomas Jevon senior Christopher Lea Samuel Pipe Michael Brandrith Edward Short William Jarvis Samuel Hunt Richard Gough Walter Fowler Jonas Astley Thomas Pigott John Browne Thomas Browne John Amphlett Henry Gilbert Walter Moseley John Baddily Richard Whitworth Edward Barbour John Young John Fenton Thomas Milward James Rudyard Roger Fowke John Goring Richard Drakeford Rowland Fryth Henry Brace-Girdle [Gentlemen (fn. 48) ] Thomas Foley Esquire ( (fn. 49) ) The Mayor of Stafford for the tyme being Edward Foden Esquire Recorder William Nabbs Esquire Humphrey Perry William Feake senior William Feake junior Edward Byrd Walter Collyns Sampson Byrch Thomas Abnett senior John Williamson Charles Cobb The Bayliffs of Tamworth for the tyme being Sir Edward Littleton Baronett Sir Henry Gough Knight Nicholas Parker Charles Bainton George Alsop Job Beardsley Samuel Beardsley Gentlemen The Mayor of Newcastle for the tyme being William Badiley Thomas Horderne William Boughay William Middleton William Lawton Gentlemen The Mayor of Walshall for the tyme being John Hoo Esquire Recorder George Fowler Samuel Stone Joseph Freeman Joseph Gorway Thomas Roper.

For the Towne and City and County of the City of Litchfield.

The Bayliffs and Sheriffe for the tyme being William Pott Gentleman George Boilston Gentleman Sir Michael Biddolph Baronett Sir John Flyer Knight Robert Burdett Richard Dyott Philipp Pargiter Richard Pyott Esquires Thomas Hamond Edmund Hector George Newell senior Gentlemen Robert Floyd Doctor of Physick Richard Wakefeild Thomas Rawlins Richard Johnson and Richard Burns Gentlemen.

For the County of Southampton.

The Right Honourable Sir John Trevor Speaker of the House of Commons and First Lord Commissioner for the Custody of the Great Seale of England and one of Theire Majesties most Honourable Privy Councill The Right Honourable Charles Lord Marquesse of Winchester Lord Chamberlaine to Her Majesty Sonne and Heire apparent of Charles Duke of Bolton The Honourable Edward Russell Esquire The Right Honourable William Lord Pawlett Second Sonne to the Duke of Bolton The Right Honourable Richard Earle of Ranelagh in the Kingdome of Ireland The Honourable James Russell Esquire The Honourable Francis Pawlett Esquire Sir John Mill Sir Hugh Stewkley Sir Nicholas Steward Sir John Dillington Sir Hele Hooke Sir John Hobby Sir Robert Worseley Sir Andrew Henley Rir Richard Onslow Sir Brocas Gardiner Sir Robert Smith Sir Francis Masham Baronetts Sir Charles Windham Sir William Kingsmill Sir Robert Henley Sir Robert Sawyer Sir William Stevens Sir Robert Holmes Sir James Worseley Sir Benjamin Newland Knights Sir John St Barbe Baronett Thomas Jervois senior George Pitt senior Thomas Hobby Leonard Billson John Kent Esquires Henry Rolle Gabriel Whistler Ralph Hastings Henry Wallop Henry Dawley Fredrick Tilney Richard Holt Richard Whitehead Richard Cobb Charles Cole George Evans White Tichbourne John Smith of Tidworth Esquires John Pollen Richard Bishop Richard Chandler John Wallop Thomas Bilson William Bishop Charles Morley Samuel Gawden George Bridges Charles Wither George Abbott John Fawkoner Charles Forrester Thomas Brocas Esquires Richard Kent of Wallop John Conyers Esquire Kings Counsell Richard Norton of Southwick Esquire Anthony Henley Richard Norton of Alresford Anthony Sturt John Leigh Richard Willoughby Edward Goddard of East Woodbay Reynolds Calthrop Walter Stephens James Hooper Esquires John Deane John Acton Anthony Bathurst Richard Harwood James Feild Gentlemen James Hunt of Popham Oliver Cromwell Thomas Jervois junior Edward Chute Henry Bromfeild John Burrard Henry Compton Henry Hooke Edward Flemming Robert Knollis William Bulkley George Stanley Edward Hooper Arthur Hyde Francis Dickens Esquires Henry Perrin Doctor of Physick 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 Batten. Roger Barton 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 Richard Pile junior Thomas Fitz James Esquires John Lisle Matthew Bennett William Guidott Samuel Pitman Charles Dingley Esquires Richard Beele Gyles Lyford Robert Love Allen Garrway Anthony Guidott Edward Hooke Henry Christmas George Wakeford Gentlemen The Mayor of Winton for the tyme being Sir Richard Harris Recorder of Winchester Ellis Mewes Esquire Thomas Cobb Esquire Anthony Yalden Godson Penton John Purdue Thomas Wavell John Warner James Earle Paul Burrard Gentlemen Roger Jones Richard Good Gentlemen John Conger Thomas Pinke Henry Sharpe Henry Ghost Nicholas Hedger Gentlemen Henry Player Joseph Voakes Robert Earle George Burrard William Goldwyer Gentlemen The Bayliffe of Andover for the tyme being William Barwick William Cooper William Chapman John Stevens Captaine Thomas Wallis of the Isle of Wight William Flower Gentleman John White William Pay John Palmer Gentlemen John Hildesley William Cage George Gallop Esquires The Mayor of Portesmouth for the tyme being Lewis Barton Gentleman Thomas Brunker The Mayor of Limington for the tyme being Edward Batten John Blakely John Blowes Thomas Wittshaw James Grove Henry Curle Richard Hill John Stephens Gentlemen The Mayor of Peterfeild. for the tyme being John Clements John Whitehead Gentlemen The Mayor of Christ Church The Mayor of Newport for the tyme being Richard White John Worseley Nicholas Lisle John Chapman William Chapman Major Henry Holmes Richard Knight Robert Leigh James Searle Charles Duncombe Thomas Dove David Urry of Easton Thomas Urry of Freshwater Thomas Urry of Gatcombe Esquires Eustace Man Robert Leigh John Bowler John Stevens of West Cowes Gentlemen William Feilder Thomas Dore William Knapton Esquires Edward Hales of Newport Doctor Thomas Hobbs Nicholas Flower Gentleman John Lewknor Christopher Knight Esquires Henry Perin junior Doctor of Physick Gabriel Ashly Esquire John Priaulx Gentleman.

For the Towne and County of Southampton.

The Mayor for the tyme being Sir Gyles Eyres Knight one of the Justices of the Kings Bench William Bulkley Esquire John Speed Doctor of Physick Thomas Cornelius Richard White James Crosse John Leigh William Cropp John Smith Adam de Cardonnell Christopher Smith Cornelius Markham Robert Culliford Thomas Bracebridge Richard Hunt William Lyne Elias de Gruchye Leonard Cropp Jacob Ward Thomas Everard Edward Elwes Gentlemen.

For the County of Suffolke.

Lionell Lord Huntingtower of the Kingdome of Scotland Sir Adam. Felton Sir John Barker Sir John Playter Sir Robert Kempe Sir Simon Dewes Sir John Castleton Sir Dudley Cutham Sir Henry North Sir Jervas Elwes Sir John Rouse Sir Thomas Allen Sir Thomas Barnardiston Sir John Duke Sir Robert Brooke Sir Philipp Parker Sir Edmund Bacon Sir Samuel Barnardiston Sir Francis Masham Sir Robert Davers Sir Charles Bloyce Sir William Cooke Baronetts Sir Charles Gawdy Knight and Baronett Sir Robert Rich Knight and Baronett Sir John Poley Sir Thomas Hervey Sir George Weneyve Sir Nevill Catelyn Sir Henry Johnson Sir Joseph Brand Sir Richard Gipps Sir Anthony Archer Baronett Sir Cesar Wood alias Cranmer Sir Charles Umphreville Sir Francis Blundell Knights The Right Honourable Sir Stephen Fox Knight one of the Lords Commissioners of the Treasury William. Maynard Nicholas Bacon Thomas Holland Thomas Felton Compton Felton Thomas Glemham Thomas Knyvett Thomas Tolmash Lyonell Playters Henry Heveningham Thomas Coel William Bridgeman Henry Parker William Barker Francis Barker William Johnson Thomas Tyrrell Edmund Warren John Hunt John Robinson John Thruston Richard Norton Robert Maddockes Henry Warner Thomas Aldham Richard Hubbard Henry Poley John Braine Thomas Salter Philipp Bedingfeild Robert King Richard Buckingham Hammond L'Estrange John Scrivener Charles Smith Edward North William Ryvatt Thomas Edgar James Calthorpe John Cornwallis Francis Smith William Crofts John Wright Edmund Bence Robert Barker Robert Manton John Currance Thomas Wright Henry Edgar Arthur Barnardiston Lawrence Rouse junior Thomas Golding William Glover Thomas Leamon George Fleetwood John Bence Robert Warreyn Aubrey Porter John Hervey Henry Goldwell Christopher Calthorpe John Jermy of Sproughton John Jermy of Stutton Anthony Wrath Allen Cotton Edward Alpe Edmund Shephard John Smith of Parkfeild John Hall Thomas Smith of Phrandiston William Cullam Thomas Love Robert Davy Thomas Rivett Charles Killegrew John Beamont Thomas Smith of Barton Nicholas Bragg Hugh Morrice Charles Whiteacre John Hooke Doctor Thomas Carver William Belts Captaine Fynn William Poley Robert Cuddon John Catesby John Browne Roger Herrington Thomas Neale Thomas Dye Thomas Else Thomas Hastings Nicholas Freeman John Pells Edward Aston John Hodges John Felton Peter Alderman John Spirick Renaldo Pitfeild John Gerling Gregory Clarke William Randall Richard Vesey Thomas Dade Thomas Wright senior Thomas Barnardiston Samuel Barnardiston Richard Wareing Thomas Brand John Barker of Wickham Robert Jeney Thomas Bright William Hamond Samuel Clarke William Cooke Andrew Warner Francis Brewster John Hill Samuel Blackerby Simon Folke Richard Porter Smith of Marlesford John Brand John Eldred of Saxham John Wild senior Philipp French William Hamond of Whitton Samuell Barker Isaac Rebow Thomas Owen Thomas Aldridge William Lucas Samuel Parey Thomas Bendish Bartholomew Soame William Bright Robert Russell Edward Gaell James Goodwin Thomas Folkes John Nichols senior Francis Heylock Henry Ward Henry North Lawrence Stistead Richard Phillipps John Blumfeild Robert Clarke William Tye Richard Margatt William Fowles Joseph Weld Nathaniell Symonds Richard Fryer William Neave William Glascock Esquires Anthony Fisher John Craske junior Robert Chaplyn Robert Snelling William Beamont John Brandling Esquires John Artis senior Richard Freestone Bartholomew Young Thomas Scarlett Andrew Brownsmith Thomas Fothergill John Pinchback John Buxton Thomas Mitchell Nicholas Edgar George Watts Richard Jenkinson Thomas Bright Devereux Edgar John Spencer Gentlemen Edmund Jeney Esquire Henry Damant John Rabett of Bramfeild Samuel Grove Thomas Macroe junior Gentlemen Richard Ferrie Esquire Thomas Hayward of Clare Simon Dove of Hadleigh William Flack Hugh Bockenham John Fowle George Gooday Esquires William Turner Jeffrey Maltywood Gentlemen. Nathaniell Symonds Esquire James Harvey of Cockfeild Richard Puplett Robert Manning Robert May Gentlemen George Dashwood Esquire.

For the Borough of Eye.

The Bayliffs for the tyme being Henry Poley Thomas D'Avenant Thomas Vincent Esquires Thomas Dey senior Henry Edgar Thomas Browne Nathaniel Deye Thomas Deye junior Francis Deye Thomas Brampton Thomas Flowerdy Smith Chenerey Gentlemen.

For the Borough of Sudbury.

The Mayor for the tyme being Sir Thomas Barnardiston Baronett John Robinson Esquire John Catesby John Parish Bernard Carter Richard Hobart William Cock Samuel Abbott William Hazell Thomas Halls Samuel Hazell William Fothergill Robert Chaplyn Martin Harris Clement Ray Henry Crosman William Halls Robert Gurling Gentlemen.

For the Borough of Dunwich

The Bayliffs for the tyme being Sir Robert Kempe Baronett Sir Robert Rich Knight and Baronett John Bence Thomas Neale Esquires John Benefice John Postle Jeremiah Burlingham William Wetherby William Betts William Hamond John Fella Gentlemen.

For the Borough of Ipswich.

The Bayliffs for the tyme being Sir John Barker Sir Charles Blois Baronetts Thomas Edgar Esquire Recorder Charles Wright Laurence Stisted Richard Phillipps John Burroughs William Neave William Browne John Blomfeild John Wade Miles Wallis Henry Sparrow William Tye Thomas Day Gentlemen Robert Clarke Towne-Clerke Richard Pupplett Robert Manning Charles Whittaker Edward Gael Robert Snelling Gentlemen.

For the Borough of Saint Edmonds-Bury.

The Alderman for the tyme being the Recorder for the tyme being Samuel Grove Richard Pryme Thomas Macro senior Robert Sharpe James Burrough senior Thomas Macro junior Martin Spenceley Gentlemen Sir Robert Davers Baronett Henry Goldwell Esquire Sir Thomas Harvey Knight Thomas Holland Esquire.

For the Borough of Aldborough.

Sir Henry Johnson William Johnson Esquire Richard Covell John Burrod Bayliffs John Browne Gentleman John Bence Esquire Thomas Wall Edward Wall Hickingham Wright Richard Burrod James Peck Gentlemen The Recorder for the tyme being.

For the Borough of Orford.

The Mayor for the tyme being Thomas Glemham Thomas Felton Esquires Thomas Hastings Thomas Palmer John Morgan John Scred Richard Porter Gentlemen.

For the County of Surrey.

The Right Honourable Sir Robert Howard one of Theire Majesties most Honourable Privy Councill The Right Honourable Sir Henry Capell Knight of the Bath one of Theire Majesties most Honourable Privy Councill The Honourable Heneage Finch The Honourable Francis Coventry The Honourable Hugh Hare Esquires Sir. Walter St. John Sir Francis Vincent Sir Marmaduke Gresham Sir Richard Onslow Sir John Thompson Sir Thomas Clarges Sir Walter Clarges Sir Lawrence Stoughton Sir Edward Bromfeild Sir [Edward (fn. 50) ] Evelyn Sir William Temple Sir Robert Napier Sir Richard Atkins Sir William Glynn Sir Joseph Alston Baronetts The Honourable Sir Francis Compton Sir John Nicholas Knight of the Bath Sir William Morley Knight of the Bath Sir William Hoskins Sir Matthew Andrewes Sir Saint John Broderick Sir Robert Clayton Sir Purbeck 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 Peter Daniell Sir Samuel Dashwood Sir Edward Fruin Sir John Parsons Sir Thomas Vernon Sir Peter Vandeputt Sir William Hill Sir George Meggott Sir Charles Hedges Sir John Temple Sir Robert Holmes Knights Mr Serjeant Fuller Thomas Howard George Evelin Henry St Johns Thomas Vincent Roger James Thomas Turgis Anthony Bowyer Densill Onslow White Titchbourne Foot Onslow John Weston Edward Nicholas George Rodney Bridges John Arnold John Evelin Phillipp Hilliard Edward Harvey William Brownlow Baptist May James Zouch George Woodroffe Nicholas Carew John Milner George Evelin of Nutfeild Morgan Randall Haestreet James Sigismond Stydolph George Duncombe Edward Bray John Sands William Hooker Richard Nicholls Shem Bridges Richard Morley Ambrose Muschampe Peter Hussey Deane Goodwyn William Harvey Richard Onslow Christopher Buckle Thomas Lant John Gore Francis Brend William Hatton Charleton Whitlock Stephen Harvey Robert Gavill John Burgoyne John Thynn William Perry William Nuthall John Love Thomas Newton Nicholas Hookes George Smith William Heyward John Mitchell Thomas Hares Henry Whistler John Wight Peter Delanoy Robert Hatton Thomas Trapps Henry Ludlow Jeoffery Amburst Henry Lloyd William Bridgeman John Heather William Clarke Martyn Folkes John Turner Samuel Lewen Walter Howland John Pettiward Edward Thurland Thomas Molineux Henry Vincent John Parsons John Lugg Aldred Lancelot Lee Ellis Crispe Nicholas Wyatt Nicholas Fenne Captaine Salmond Benjamin Le Cane Samuel Atkinson William Hester Philipp Forster Major Edward Lane Ralph Snow William Genew Samuel Somerford Thomas Cox Robert Saunders Samuel Pett George Goring Nicholas Waite Robert Douglas Anthony Thomas William Gulston Simon Smith James Chadwick Lancelot Johnson William Clarke John Agar Thomas White Ralph Hough Thomas Wincop Robert Ford Esquires The Mayor and Magistrates of Guilford for the tyme being Bayliffs of Kingston for the tyme being Thomas Wymondesold Maximilian Emely John Austen William. Boothby Timothy Wilson Joseph Lee Robert Moore John Child Saunders of Tooting Josias Dewy Thomas Burroughes Urban Hall Samuel Crispe Lawrence March John Spencer Richard Jewell Thomas Harris Samuel Wall Captaine Bartholomew Thomas Jordan of Gatwich William Jordan Doctor Budgeon Thomas Jordan Richard Gwynne Henry Johnson Edward Woodward William Summers Peter Norbrow Robert Bowyer of Richmond Thomas Cusden Gerrard Andrewes Simon Smith Richard White Doctor Kelsey Henry Wyatt John Burchett Peter Hughes Vertue Radford George Attwood William Doryzon John Steere John Eversett Ulysses Blunt John Terry Captaine Wadnall John Symboll Peter Kesterman William Hambly Isaac Cox Leonard Hammond Thomas Hammond Richard Hammond Daniel Mercer Richard Morgan Henry Bynes William Gibbs Christopher Smith Francis Wilkinson Jonadab Balam William Sherlock Jonas Skish Daniel Wight Thomas Jordan Daniel Duttees John Greene Joseph Wood Charles Shorter Thomas Juxon Thomas Loefeild William Allwood Colonell Peirce Walter Vernon Samuel Atkinson Edward Smith Esquires George Heath Robert Bristoe William Berblock Samuel Hall Thomas Mallen Robert Bicknall John Cox William Purvier Gyles Haywood John Blake Nehemiah Bourne John Kenrick John Titchbourne Richard Bousey Abraham Harrison John Pigeon Christopher Creswell William Yalden Captaine Henry Wilkinson Ralph Drake Gentlemen John Sermon amuel Hall Benjamin Cracker Major Bonwicke Richard Devon Francis Tirringham John Hadson William Gray John Nicholls Edward Dimbleby William Attwood Thomas Jordan Benjamin Tarrant John Allwood John Wood Joseph Sheppard Daniell Wright senior Thomas Cox John Chumney Jacob Parkham William Steerie William Rutter John Gerrard William Pearson John Smith of Camberwell Joseph Chittey Francis Wilkinson George Cole Edward Buerish Herringman John Delean Bryan Fairfax Richard Bridgett Christopher Coape Ferdinando Holland John Ledford Gentlemen.

For the County of Sussex.

John Lord Cutts of the Kingdome of Ireland Sir John Pelham Sir William Thomas Sir John Fagg Sir Denny Ashburnham Sir William Wilson Sir Thomas Dyke Baronetts Sir William Morley Knight of the Bath Sir John Brice Sir Nicholas Pelham Sir Edward Selwyn Knights Sir William Culpeper Sir Richard Shirley Sir Richard Onslow Sir John Stapeley Baronetts Thomas Pelham William Morley John Lukener Thomas Sackvill Esquires Sir James Morton Sir Christopher Coniers Sir Edward Hungerford Sir James Smith Sir Philipp Gell Baronett Nisell Rivers Henry Pelham Richard Bridger Thomas Newdigate Thomas [Bridges (fn. 51) ] Doctor att Law William Board George Nevill George Goreing James Butler Thomas Beard John Spence James Graves John Fuller John Baker John Miller Humphrey Fowle Simon Smith Philip Parker Alexander Stapely Richard Onslow Thomas Brumfeild Walter Duble junior Thomas May William Markwick John Machell Sir Thomas Miller Thomas Bickley George Gunter John Breman Richard Farrington Nathaniel Pelmer Thomas Pelmer William Williams Peter Gott Henry Apsley Thomas Frewen Edward Dyne Samuel Hyland George Courthopp Esquires John Marlott Randolph Turry Francis Page Thomas Woodier Gentlemen Walter Roberts William Peckam Thomas Bettsworth Thomas Gray John Apsley William Westbrooke William Garroway Thomas White junior John Cooke of Petworth Francis Mosse senior Thomas Brocker John Cheate of Finden Richard Stiles Henry Barwitt Gentlemen John Cooke of Goring John Lee of Plaistow Richard Cooper Henry Bernard Thomas Nash Edward Staker Oliver Whitby William Paine Humphrey Jewkes Thomas Peckham Thomas Knowles Thomas Colebrook Richard Banks Anthony Cruttenden Robert Hall Gentlemen Paul Burrard The Mayor of Chichester and Arundell for the tyme coming Barnard Powell Charles Goring Charles Fagg Robert Orme Henry Cooper Richard Paine John Brewer Esquire Robert Austen Esquire Apsley Newton Robert Fagg John Munke Anthony Earnsfeild William Newton John Gratwick of Eatons Stephen Humphrey William Alderton Thomas Ellis Francis Goter Abraham Chapman Edward Morley William Cobden Nicholas Best John Hay Samuel White John Wicker John Shelley William Blake John Weekes Thomas Fagg Gentlemen John Peachy of Saint Peters John Peachy Barrester att Law Esquires John Styant Robert Thornden Richard Butcher George Oglander William Peachey Stephen Fuller Gentlemen Peter Courthop Richard Shelley Richard Paine John Newnham Esquires Sir George Chute Henry Yates John Board Nathaniel Turner Edward Manning John Groome John Weller John Baker Robert Baker William Clarke Esquires Walsingham Mitchell Esquire John Steward Lawrence Alcock John Yalden Thomas Bettesworth junior Thomas Croucher Thomas Charman William Jewer Samuel Blunt William Clark Esquires Stephen Pinfold Henry Peckham Randolph Tutty John Grantwick of Shermanbury Esquires Philipp Cheate of Henfeild Thomas Burrell John Hasler Gentlemen.

For Seaford.

The Bayliffe and Jurats for the tyme being The Bayliffe of Pevensey for the tyme being.

For the County of Warwick.

The Right Honourable the Lord Viscount Tiviott of the Kingdome of Scotland The Right Honourable the Lord Digby of the Kingdome of Ireland The Honourable Francis Grevill Esquire The Honourable Thomas Coventry Esquire The Honourable Robert Shirley Esquire Sir John Mordant Sir Charles Holt Sir Simon Clarke Sir Richard Temple Sir Clement Fisher Sir William Boughton Sir Jacob Astley Sir Thomas Samuell Sir John Bridgman Sir Charles Shuckbourgh Sir William Wheeler Sir John Huband Sir Reginald Foster Sir Basill Price Sir Richard Newdigate Baronetts Sir William Underhill Sir John Clopton Sir William Craven Sir Francis Wheeler Sir Andrew Hackett Sir William Bishop Sir Richard Verney Sir Thomas Rawlinson Knights William Brumley Andrew Archer Robert Burdett Walter Chetwind Esquires Thomas Rawlins Serjeant att Law William Peytoe George Lucy Robert Somervile Basill Feilding Arden Adderley Seabright Repington Thomas Wagstaffe Arden Bagott William Palmer Richard Hopkins Charles Knottsford Humphrey Wyrley Henry Parker Charles Newsham Thomas Keate Thomas Fetherston Edward Bentley Hastings Ingram Charles Jennens William Colemore Edward Clopton Ward Dilke William Dugdale George Boune William Bolton William Higgot Robert Hervey Michael Biddulph Simon Biddulph Francis Fisher junior Henry Greene John Stratford John Shuckburgh James Ludford Edward Farmer John Combes Thomas Peers Fisher Wentworth alias Dilke Price Devereux Bernard Whaley Esquires John Clarke John Astley [John (fn. 52) ] Jennens Humphrey Holden George Fulwood John Mariot Thomas Archer John Newsham Thomas Newsham Ambrose Holbech William Loggins Timothy Stoughton John Appletree John Stanton Robert Wilcox John Andrewes George Alsop Gentlemen The Mayor of Stratford for the tyme being The Bayliffs of Tamworth for the tyme being.

For the City and County of the City of Coventry.

The Mayor for the tyme being Nathaniell Harriman Francis Harriman Edward Owen Thomas Lawrence Aldermen Sir John Dugdale [Knt (fn. 52) ] Richard Hopkins Basill Feilding Henry Greene Edward Taylor George Bowne John Bowater Thomas Burgh Thomas Hopkins Robert Beake Esquires Edward Hill Henry Smith Robert Smith Simon Burton Humphrey Burton Mr Turvill of Stoke Gentlemen Thomas Gery Esquire.

For the County of Westmerland.

Sir Christopher Musgrave Sir George Fletcher Baronetts Sir Daniel Fleming Sir Christopher Philipson 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 More Edward Musgrave John Fisher John Philipson John Nevison Hugh Matchell Ephraim Sandford Esquires The Mayors of Applebie and Kendall for the tyme being John Smith Robert Sharpe Thomas Godsalve Gentlemen Richard Crackenthorpe Cyprian Hilton Arthur Scaife Richard Pindar Anthony Saul John Brougham Thomas Shephard Daniel Fleming Myles Phillipson George Wilson Thomas Heblethwaite James Bird Reginald Dobson John Hall Thomas Wilson William Birkhead Thomas Cock Thomas Gabettus John Atkinson John Thwaits.

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 Shaftesbury Mountague Lord Norris Sonne and Heire Apparent to the Earle of Abingdon Henry Lord Coleraine of the Kingdome of Ireland Anthony Lord Viscount Falkland of the Kingdome of Scotland The Honourable Peregrine Bertie Esquire Sir Edward Seymour Sir Walter St John Sir John Button Sir Edward Windham Sir Richard Grubham How Sir Walter Long Sir James Long Sir William Pincent Sir James How Baronetts Sir Edward Hungerford Sir John Nicholas Knights of the Bath Sir Giles Eyre Knight one of the Justices of Theire Majesties Court of Kings Bench Sir Henry Coker Sir John Erule Sir John Talbott Sir Thomas Mompesson Sir George Hungerford Sir Stephen Fox Sir Thomas Escourt Sir Matthew Andrewes Sir Eliab Harvey Sir Charles Rawleigh Sir Edmond Warneford Sir John Collins Sir Richard Hart Sir George Willoughby Sir Thomas Fowles Sir Jonathan Raymond Sir Charles Hedges Knights Francis Pawlett George Pitt Richard Lewis Alexander Popham senior Alexander Popham junior Robert Hyde Francis Wroughton senior John Hall Richard How Thomas Hobby John Wyndham Thomas Lambert of Bayton Samuel Eyre Henry Brouncker Thomas Freake of Shrowton Thomas Bennett Edward Nicholas of Manningford Maurice Buckland Thomas Pitt William Ash Alexander Thistlethwaite Francis Morley Henry Saint John Charles Fox Edward Nicholls of Winter-Bourne Walter Ernle John Smith of Jidworth John Deane Edward Nicholls of Camins Francis Goddard Francis Stonehouse William Trenchard William Daniel Christopher Willoughby Thomas Webb William Yorke John Glanville Thomas Baskerville Edward Nott Thomas Chamberlaine George Wroughton Thomas Goddard Thomas Freake of Hannington John Bolis John Hawlis Thomas Penruddock William Wyndham Thomas Windham Walter Grubb John Devenant Henry Chivers Nicholas Baynton Richard Chandler Richard Jones of Ramsbury John Ash of Haywood John Young Thomas Gunter senior Thomas Gunter junior James Linch of Whiteparish Cox Richard Whitehead Lionell Duckett John Wildman junior Edmond Lambert John Marvin William Willoughby William Norbourne Thomas Chafin John Trenchard Wadham Wyndam Edward Seymour Richard Nevill William George Charles Tucker Benjamin Gifford John Fitzherbert Edmond Hungerford John Bennett William Hearst Gabriel Ashley John Wallis Richard Aldsworth Herbert Salladine William Brewer Michael Ernle Edward Lisle Nevill Maskaline William Player David Thomas Doctor of Physick Charles Yorke Walter Greene John Hippesley Charles Duncombe Edmond Webb John Flower senior John Bond Thomas Harris Richard Poore John Jacob Edward Duke Captaine Fitz James Thomas Lambert of Sarum Anthony Hungerford Thomas Poldon Charles Danvers Walter Parker Henry Coker Francis Wroughton junior Robert Duke of Lake John Gantlett John Bigg Francis Swanton William Greenefeild Charles Mitchell William Hitchcock Henry Pinnell John Curle Charles Plyedall Charles Bowles Robert Grove senior John Grove of Chisbury Robert Grove junior John Long Francis Thistlethwait William Beach of Tiddleton Andrew Duke Charles Stewart Walter Long of Wraxall Edward Hearst Samuel Trottman William Hancock Councill att Law Fowkes of Knoyle James Clarke George Hill Thomas Beach John Kent of Boscum Edward Rider Robert Smith Henry Dennis Oliver Bingley William Fisher John Bowles Counseller att Law Edward Pleydall Edward Spencer Thomas Tainter William Coles Thomas Bennett of Salthropp Thomas Phipps Henry Fairfax William Hussey Richard Nevill Brereton Boucher Henry Blake Thomas Grove George Hill William Hues junior Esquires John Mompesson Thomas Powell Thomas Hayward Dauntessey Brounker Nicholas Elliot Christopher Gardner Richard Minifie John Brooke Nicholas Daniell William Clare Christopher Lippiatt John Smith of Alton Matthew Smith Jonathan Hill John Twogood Walter Sharpe John Flower Henry Watman Edward Medlicott Thomas Hunt of Enford Henry Eyre of Woodhampton Edmund Hennings Matthew Smith Francis Goddard of Pirton Henry Southby Thomas White John Fisher Francis Coles Samuel Ashe Henry Goldney Thomas Hardyman John Forster Thomas Francklin Robert Bisse Robert Mandrell Thomas Long of Rowden Thomas Stump Elias Ferris The Mayor of Salisbury for the tyme being The Mayor of Wilton for the tyme being The Mayor of the Devizes for the tyme being The Mayor of Marleborough for the tyme being The Bayliffes of Chippenham for the tyme being George Willoughby George Davis of Woodford James Croome Nicholas Hayes Richard Smith of Kennett George Duke of Sarson Humphrey Wall Thomas Hunt of Marleborough Richard Hilliard of the Devizes Henry Wallis Esquire Peter Temple [Joseph (fn. 53) ] Houlton Joseph Berrio John Lesse Anthony Trottman Gentlemen William Stewkley Esquire Sir Thomas Earle Charles Danvers Lovelace Bigg George Bowdisch of Littleton William Norris Gentlemen Charles Morley Isaac Selfe William Okeden Charles Mompesson William Wastfeild Nathaniell Trotman Esquires Robert Lawrence Charles Chiswell Gentlemen Thomas Stringer Esquire John White Thomas Hunt Joseph Bardew Simon Spatchers Gentlemen Richard Cox Esquire Jasper Chapman.

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

The Mayor for the tyme being Sir Gyles Eyre Knight Recorder one of the Justices of Theire Majesties Court of Kings Bench Sir Thomas Mompesson Knight John Windham Thomas Windham Thomas Hobby Thomas Pitt William Hearst William Windham Esquires Christopher Gardner Peter Phelps Thomas Haskett William Smith Thomas Kenton John Priaulx Andrew Baden Roger Baskett James Herrys Faulkner William Vyner Jonathan Hill Aldermen Wadham Windham David Thomas Doctor of Physick: Richard Minors Francis Swanton Gabriell Ashley Edward Hearst Thomas Lambert Herbert Salladine John Hill William Hews Esquires

For the County of Worcester.

The Right Honourable Richard Earle of Bellamont in the Kingdome of Ireland The Honourable Thomas Coventry Robert Tracy Thomas Watson Henry Folliott Gilbert Coventry Esquires Sir Robert Atkins Knight of the Bath and Lord Cheife Baron of Theire Majesties Court of Exchequer Sir Nicholas Letchmeere one of the Barons of Theire Majesties Court of Exchequer Sir Henry Littleton. Sir John Packington Sir Francis Russell Sir Thomas Rous Sir Edward Seabright Sir William Keyte Sir Christopher Musgrave Sir James. Rushout Sir Ralph Dutton Baronetts Sir Rowland Berkley Sir Harry Connisby Sir Francis Winnington Sir Thomas Streete Sir Thomas Haslewood Sir Edward Dineley Sir John Matthewes Sir John Somers Theire Majesties Solicitor Generall Knights Samuel Sandys Henry Herbert William Bromley Thomas Foley Richard Dowdeswell Thomas Savage-senior Henry, Jeffreys George Walsh William Walsh Edwyn Sandys Anthony Sambach John Machell Henry Parker Thomas Savage junior Edmund Lechmeere Robert Berkley William Lygon Thomas Jolliffe Edward Rudge Bridges Nanfan Charles Baldwin Salwey Wynnington John Charleton Walter Savage senior Walter Savage junior Thomas Vernon of Astwood Thomas Cornwall Robert. Dormer Richard Barnaby Robert Foley Francis Sheldon William Hancock Higgins James Thomas Vernon of Worcester George Dowdeswell John Soley John Bearecroft John Clutton Robert Wild Edward Bull Thomas Lowe Chambers Slaughter Gerrard Dannett Richard Nash junior Allaine Cliffe senior, Allaine Cliffe junior Francis Bromley John Sheldon Richard Freeman Charles Cocks Phillipp Foley Edward Steyner Goddard Carter Benjamin Joyliffe Thomas Cheatle Abell Gowre Esquires Thomas Nanfan Thomas Hunt of Lyndsey John Appletree William Vernon senior Thomas Bushell Edmund Tayler Arthur Bagshaw Robert Dowley William Moore Higham Cooke Philipp Bearecroft of Saint Swithin Thomas Herbert Henry Toye Samuel Hunt Thomas Hunt of Ribben-hall Edward Walker William Bird John Emes Giles Parsons Martin Ballard Thomas Harris Edward Wheeler Henry Hoges Humphrey Soley George Gardner Richard Avenant James Nash Nicholas Wheeler Edward Davis Edward Lench The Mayor of Evesham for the tyme being The Bayliffs of Droytwich for the tyme being The Bayliffe of Bewdley for the tyme being George Harris Arthur Lowe William Baldwyn William Bookey Richard Norbury William Bell John Fownes senior Gentlemen.

For the City and County of the City of Worcester.

The Mayor Aldermen and Sheriffe for the tyme being Sir John Somers William Bromley Esquire Sir Rowland Berkley Sir Thomas Street Henry Herbert Walter Savage junior Robert Wyld Charles Cocks Esquires Samuel Swift Philipp Bearecroft of the Parish of Saint Swithen Edward Cooksey John Handy Thomas Smith Nicholas Baker Nicholas Fayting.

For the County of Anglesey.

Richard Lord Bulkeley Viscount Cashels in the Kingdome of Ireland Lewis Lord Viscount Dungannon in the Kingdome of Ireland The Honourable Thomas Bulkeley The Honourable Robert Bulkeley Sir Hugh Owen Baronett Sir William Williams of Vaynol Baronett Sir Thomas Mostyn Baronett Sir William Williams Knight and Baronett Thomas Burton John Hooke Nicholas Bagnol William Robinson Price Lloyd Francis Bulkeley John Griffith of Carreg-Lloyd John Owen Penrhose Owen Bold William Meyrick Conningsby Williams Owen Hughes Samuel Hanson John Jones Doctor of Divinity John Ellis Doctor of Divinity Owen Wynne William Griffith of Llanvaiethley Robert Owen of Holyhead William Morgan John Wynne William Bulkeley David Lloyd Lloydiart Hugh Wynne of Treyerworth Roger Hughes Rowland Wynne Henry Sparrow John Owen Cremlin Thomas Williams Maurice Lewis Francis Llovd John Prycherch Hugh Williams David Williams Owen Davies of Llandefredog Henry Wynne of Penheskyn 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 tyme being.

For the County of Brecon.

Charles Lord Marquesse of Worcester Sonne and Heire Apparent to Henry Duke of Beaufort Sir Walter Williams Baronett Sir Edward Williams Sir Rowland Gwynne Knights Bussey Mansell Thomas Morgan John Lewis of Codmore Richard Williams Jeffrey Jefferyes Charles Morgan John Jefferyes Edward Jones Thomas Walker Daniell Williams Walter Vaughan Thomas Flower John Williams John Morgan Marmaduke Gwynne John Walters John Gunter Marmaduke Lloyd Edward Lewis Philipp Parry Lodowick Lewis Charles Lloyd Lewis Jones James Parry Richard Jefferyes John Stedman Francis Lloyd John Walbeof Walter Williams Robert Lucy William Bowen John Gwynne John Lewis Marmaduke Gwynne junior Jasper Miller Rice Price Morgan Watkins Richard Williams Henry Jones Thomas Williams William Jones Esquires Bartholomew Games Gwinne Vaughan Charles Powell Edward Games Hugh Penry Thomas Williams Henry Vaughan Doctor in Physick Richard Williams of Aberbrane William Watkins of Penyrwrled Lewis Lloyd Thomas Gwynne William Phillipps William Williams of Veleinnewith William Williams of Battell John Madox Lewis Havard James Watkins Samuel Williams Thomas Jones Henry Williams Thomas Bowen William Lloyd James Donne Morgan Price Robert Rumsey John Herbert Francis Lewis John Rumsey Howell Morgan Edward Williams Howell Jones William Awbry Walter Vaughan John Phillipps Richard Watkins Edward Price Thomas Lloyd of Rosferick Howell Gwynne Christopher Portrey Lloyd of Llangamarch Thomas Price of the Glinn Richard Hughes John Lloyd senior John Lloyd junior Paul Williams Gentleman Richard Games Thomas Walker Esquires.

For the Towne of Brecon.

The Bayliffe Recorder and Aldermen for the tyme being Sir Walter Williams Baronett Sir Edward Williams Sir Rowland Gwynne Knights Jeffrey Jeffreys Thomas Morgan Richard Williams of Cabalva Edward Jones John Jeffreyes Charles Morgan John Walters William Phillipps Lodowick Lewis Henry Jones Saunder Saunders William Brewster William Wynter John Price Esquires John Jeffreyes Henry Thomas William Herbert Edward Hughes William Williams Meredith James Towne Clerke.

For the County of Cardigan.

Sir Carbery Price Sir Basill Price Baronetts Sir Thomas Powell Knight Sir William Wogan Knight Theire Majesties Serjeant att Law John Lewis Coedmore John Tredenham Hector Phillipps John Vaughan William Powell Thomas Lloyd of Castlehowell Charles Lloyd of Maesyselin William Herbert Thomas Lloyd of Bronwidd William Bridgestock David Lloyd of Werne Samuel Hughes John Herbert Vaughan Pryse Walter Lloyd David Parry Daniel Evans Richard Owen Mayor of Cardigan John Lewis of Troedyrrhyw John Llewis of Gernos Edward Jones of Llanina David Lloyd of Crunvryn Cornelius Le Brun Richard Lloyd John Phillipps senior James Lloyd Evan Lloyd Hugh Lloyd John Williams Richard Steadman Esquires John Bowen of Morvabychan John. Jones Edward Pryse Samuel Hughes Hugh Lloyd of Llwyd Jack David Lloyd of Foes y blythed Jenkin Lloyd David Lloyd of Llanvechan Oliver Howells Stephen Parry Morgan Howells David Lewis William Lewis Hector Morgans John Morris David Howells William Parry Rees Lloyd of Loves-Grove David Lloyd of Cumbwa John Lloyd of Pant-David Hugh Lloyd of Doleclettur Evan Evan Roderick Richards Charles Lloyd of Kilforth John Parry of Cumsultin Richard Pryse of Dol Englwys Walter Lloyd of Crunvryn Nathan Griffith John Knowles John Pryse David Griffith Henry Jones John Phillipps junior Henry Davyes John Morris of Carrock Walter Price Gentlemen.

For the County of Carmarthen.

Sir Richard Mansell Sir Sackvill Crow Sir Rice Rudd Sir William Russell Baronetts Sir Rice Williams Sir John Powell one of Theire Majesties Justices of the Common Pleas Sir William Wogan Theire Majesties Serjeant att Law Sir Orlando Gee Knights Richard Vaughan of Tarracoed Griffith Rice John Tredenham Thomas Cornwallis Rowland Gwynne Christopher Middleton Thomas Lloyd of Birthlandowill Richard Vaughan of Derthlis Richard Jones Marmaduke Williams John Williams of Abercothy Thomas Lloyd of Altacadnoe Richard Gwynne of Gwempa Griffith Lloyd Rawleigh Mansell Edward Mansell Roger Manwaring Henry Owens Edward Vaughan William Brigstock Thomas Powell Thomas Lloyd of Dunneralt Arthur Gwynne John Williams of Talley Thomas Gwynne senior Daniel Evans Edward Jones of Lethernoiar Henry Lloyd of Llanstephan William Beevans of Pencoed John Phillipps of Dolehaid John Williams of Carmarthen Walter Thomas Samuel Hughes Esquires George Gwynne Anthony Rudd David Gwynne William Gwynne Edward Jones of Tregeeby Thomas Manwaring Owen Bowen Thomas Philipps of Kilsant David Lewis of Llinewrith Henry Vaughan of Plase-Gwynne William Jones of Colebrooke James Jones of Dollo Cotchthey William Bridstock of Aberywlly Walter Morgan Hugh Jones James Philipps Anthony Williams Lewis Price of Llaneddy Benjamin Lewis William Davis of Drusloyne Charles Dalton Thomas Philipps of Llandarogg Griffith Elliott John Langhorne Zachariah Beevans William Bynon Henry Philipps Daniell Linegar Thomas Thomas Evan Price Gentlemen.

For the Towne of Carmarthen.

The Mayor Common Councill and Sheriffs for the tyme being Sir Sackvill Crow Sir Rice Rudd Sir Hugh Owen Baronetts Sir Rice Williams Knight Rowland Gwynne Griffith Lloyd Edward Vaughan William Brigstock Henry Lloyd Marmaduke Williams Esquires Thomas Mainwaring George Lewis Theophilus Bevans John Williams Griffith Williams Gentlemen.

For the County of Carnarvan.

Richard Lord Bulkeley Viscount Cashels in the Kingdome of Ireland The Honourable Edward Russell The Honourable Thomas Bulkeley Sir John Wynne Knight and Baronett Sir William Williams of Vaynoll Sir Thomas Mostyn Baronetts Sir Robert Owen Knight Sir Robert Cotton Thomas Burton Sir William Williams Knight and Baronett John Hooke Nicholas Bagnall Roger Price Griffith Vaughan William Wynne of the Abby William Williams of Place y Ward John Vaughan of Panti Glase George Twesleton John Jones Doctor of Divinity John Ellis Doctor of Divinity Owen Wynne of Glascoed Edward Williams William Maddrine George Coytmore James Brunkyre Love Parry John Thomas Owen Hughes Conningsby Williams Samuel Hanson Robert Hookes Hughe Bodurda William Wynne of Llavonda John Rowlands William Glynne Randall Wynne Richard Edwards William Wynne of Werne William Wynne of Glan yr Afon Griffith Wynne of Stimllin Hugh Lewis John Wynne Griffith Carreg William Griffith of Madrinissa William Lloyd Robert Pugh Owen Wynne Pen y bryn Owen Coytmore Humphrey Roberts Robert Griffith Thomas Fletcher William Williams Griffith Parry John Vaughan Evan Lloyd Pen Machno Hugh Stodart Owen Roberts John Maurice Thomas Ellis Robert Ellis Edward Price Edward Owen John Williams of Brimer Watkin Owen Gentlemen.

For the County of Denbigh.

The Right Honourable Sir John Trevor Knight Speaker of the Honourable House of Commons First Lord Commissioner for the Custody of the Great Seale of England and one of Theire Majesties most Honourable Privy Councill John Lord Cutts of the Kingdome of Ireland The Honourable Sir John Trenchard Knight Cheife Justice of Chester Sir John Wynne Knight and Baronett Sir Thomas Powell Sir Richard Middleton Sir Evan Lloyd Sir Thomas Grosvenor Sir Walter Baggott Sir Thomas Mostyn Baronetts Sir Francis Compton Knight Sir John Conway Baronett Sir Robert Cotton Knight and Baronett Sir Robert Owen Sir Jeffrey Shakerley Sir Roger Puleston Sir Griffith Jeffreys Knights Sir William Williams Knight and Baronett Edward Vaughan of Llangedwin Edward Brereton William Wynne of Melory Robert Davies of Llannerch Richard Mostyn of Penked William Williams of Plas y Ward Thomas Carter Kenrick Eyton Thomas Middleton Eubule Thelwall senior Roger Mostyn Joshua Edisbury William Robinson Ellis Lloyd John Roberts Eubule Thelwall junior Cadwallader Wynne Robert Price of Gillar Owen Wynne of Lloyne David Maurice Edward Maurice of Llorain Robert Wynne of Maesmachnant Sydney Binner Roger Price Robert Griffith of Brimbo Richard Middleton Symon Thelwall Thomas Wynne of Diffrinalled John Middleton of Gwaynonog Edward Griffith John Puleston Edward Wynne of Llanyfidd Peter Ellis Foulke Lloyd of Foxhall Ellis Meredith Edward Chambers Esquires John Puleston of Pickhill John Wynne of Farme John Wynne of Garthmeilio Edward Griffith of Garne Eubule Lloyd Richard Eyton Booth Basnett Gentlemen Hedd Lloyd Esquire Edward Lloyd of Plas Maddock David Lloyd of Llangollen Vechan Richard Wynne of Aberkynleth David Lloyd of Bodnant Roger Middleton Robert Wynne of Garthmelio Robert Edwards of Plaseyollin Edward Lloyd of Dwfan Thomas Lloyd of Kefn Robert Lloyd of Hendrewailod Peter Foulkes of Erriviat John Vaughan of Erriviatt Gentleman Sydney Godolphin John Maesmore Esquires William Vaughan Peirce Foulkes Robert Wynne of Garthewin Chancellor of Saint Asaph Meredith Wynne of Nantclyn John Morris of Lis Gentlemen William Rutter Esquire Francis Lloyd Rector of Llandurnog John Vauchan of Tee-brith John Powell of Llandurnog Timothy Middleton of Pentreleach John Doulben Esquire Evan Lloyd of Croise Yockin Thomas Price of Bwlch Humphrey Yale of Place-yn-yale Hugh Hughes of Brittanger Gentlemen The Aldermen and Bayliffs of the Towne of Denbigh for the tyme being Thomas Shaw Robert Knowles John Lloyd of Llanraider Thomas Price of Giller Richard Wynne of Trovarth Richard Matthewes Gentlemen The Mayor of Holt for the tyme being The Aldermen of Ruthin for the tyme being Thomas Whitley John Williams Esquires David Williams Gentleman.

For the County of Flint.

The Right Honourable Sir John Trevor Knight Speaker of the Honourable House of Commons First Lord Commissioner for the Custody of the Great Seale of England and one of Theire Majesties most Honourable Privy Councill John Lord Cutts of the Kingdome of Ireland Sir John Hanmer Knight and Baronett Sir Evan Lloyd Sir John Conaway Sir Thomas Mostyn Sir William Glyn Sir Robert. Cotton Sir Richard Middleton Sir Thomas Grosvenor Baronetts Sir William Williams Knight and Baronett Sir Robert Owen Sir Roger Puleston Knights Colonell Roger Whitley Colonell Thomas Salisbury Colonell Thomas Whitley William Hanmer Thomas Carter Roger Price Thomas Hanmer Robert Davies William Lloyd John Langley John Broughton Richard Mostyn Edward Lloyd of Tuthin Thomas Eyton George Hope John Wynne Hugh Griffith Owen Barton Peirce Pennant Thomas Evans Thomas Whitley Kenrick Eyton Edward Lloyd of Pentrehobin Edward Ravenscroft Edward Kynaston Edward Morgan Richard Parrie William Rutter Thomas Williams Edward Brereton Esquires Owen Barton Roger Mostyn Ellis Young Twistleton William Griffith Thomas Jones Peter Wynne Roger Jones John Pennant Thomas Foulkes Josias Jones Thomas Lloyd of Gwernhailud Roger Edward Thomas Lloyd Roger Pennant Luke Lloyn Thomas Salisbury John Wynne John Puleston of Pickhill Roger Davies John Brooke Henry Lloyd John Lloyd George Williams William Buttler Hugh Peirce Robert Humphryes Richard Hughes Thomas Jones Thomas Edwards George Wynne Richard Folkes Thomas Morton Gentlemen.

For the County of Glamorgan.

Sir Edward Mansell Sir Edward Stradling Baronetts Sir Charles Kemys Sir John Awbrey Sir Richard Bassett Sir Rowland Gwynne Sir Humphrey Mackworth Sir Humphrey Edwyn Knights John Windham Serjeant att Law Thomas Mansell Thomas Morgan Richard Lewis Marmaduke Gibbs David Jenkins Richard Seys William Herbert Francis Gwine Bussey Mansell Thomas Lewis Edward Matthewes Edward Mansell William Thomas William Windham Martin Button Richard Lowgher Richard Jenkins Martin Button junior Christopher Portre William Herbert junior Thomas Button George Bowen Olive S[en]t John William Matthew William Awbrey Thomas Gibbons Reynold Deere Walter Evans William Seyes John Deere Edward Turbevill John Lewelin Richard Herbert Andrew Matthews John Price Esquires Thomas Rees Thomas Mansell of Penrice Jeremy Dawkins James Gwynne John Price Goodwin Herbert William Phillipps John Bassett Thomas Price Thomas Popkins Rowland Hughes Philipp Williams Matthew Seys Richard Williams Roger Powell Richard Jenkins Anthony Powell Loydarch Anthony Gwynne George Bidder Roger Williams Gentlemen.

For the Towne of Cardiffe.

Cradocke Wells Benjamin Browne Cradocke Nowell Lewis Cox William Richard Alexander Bursill Aldermen and William Thomas Towne-Clerke The Bayliffs of Cowbridge The Portreeve of Neath The Portreeve of Swanzey for the tyme being.

For the County of Merioneth.

Sir Richard Middleton Baronett Sir Hugh Owens Baronett Sir William Williams Knight and Baronett Sir Robert Owens Knight Griffith Vaughan of Cors-y-gedol Hugh Nanney of Nanney William Lewis Anwill Roger Price of Rhiwlas Edward Vaughan of Llydiarth William Pugh of Mathaverne William Wynne of Melay Owen Anwill of Penrhyn Lewis Owens of Penniarth John Lloyd of Aberllavenny William Williams of Place-y-ward Vincent Corbett John Nanney of Llanvenddigett John Va[u (fn. 54) ]ghan of Glan-y-llyn Charles Hughes of Gwerkles Owen Wynne of Pen-y-wern Edmund Meirick Simon Lloyd William Wynne of Maes-y-nenodd Richard Mitton Esquires Roger Salizbury of Rugg Esquire Owen Eyton Gentleman Meredith Lloyd Anthony Thomas Richard Poole of Caenest John Maesmore Thomas Lloyd of Llandeckwyn Robert Price of Ysgroweddan Rowland Price Richard Owens Hugh Tydur of Egrin David Lloyd of Hendwr Esquires William Eyton Robert Wynne of Garthmelio Robert Nanney of Cefn Dauddwr Edward Lloyd of Ddwyfain John Morgan of Plasse John Lewis John Lloyd Cefnfais Henry Mostyn John Humphreys Hugh Hughes Oliver Thomas John Lloyd of Uron Griffith Roberts of Rhiwgoch Edward Hughes of Towyn Hugh Owens of Kaerberllan Robert Vaughan of Caerrwnwch William Humphreys Thomas Lloyd of Hendwr Richard Humphreys Griffith Vaughan of Doley-Melyn Llwyn John Price of Llwyn Gwern Caleb Lloyd Ellis Davis Rees Prichard of Llwyn-Gwrill John Edwards of Tonfane John Wynne of Garthmeilio Robert Pugh of Dolemoch Robert Lloyd of Uron Evan Wynne of Cummeine William Anwill of Dolefriog Robert Owen of Dy-gwin John Lloyd of Doley-Glessin Morris Davis Gentlemen Sir John Wynne Knight and Baronett William Anwill of Doleuriog Edward Owen Gentlemen.

For the County of Mountgomery.

The Honourable Andrew Newport Esquire Sir Richard Middleton Sir John Price Baronetts Sir William Williams Knight and Baronett Price Devereux William Pugh of Mathaverne Edward Lloyd of Berth-Lloyd Edward Vaughan John Matthewes Matthew Morgan John Kyffin Walter Clopton Richard Mitton John Edwards of Rorington Edward Leighton Edward Barrett Arthur Vaughan Thomas Rock Arthur Devereux Charles Lloyd of Garth Gabriel Wynne Richard Lee Phillip Eyton Daniel Whittingham Richard Herbert Richard Stedman Thomas Mason Nathaniel Maurice Humphrey Kynaston Thomas Lloyd Edward Price Robert Lloyd Arthur Weaver Matthew Price Meredith Morgan William Williams Evan Glynne Vincent Peirce Rowland Owen of Llunlloeth Richard Owens John Thomas of Penegos Edmund Lloyd Richard Ingram Esquires Walter Price Esquire Francis Herbert Esquire Humphrey Jones Sydney Bynner Esquires Lumley Williams junior Richard Rock Edward Jones Thomas Juckes Gilbert Jones John Griffiths of Glanhaveren Roger Trevor William Lloyd of Finnant Richard Price of Gunley Vaughan Devereux Thomas Griffiths Thomas Hodson Solomon Bowen Humphrey Lloyd of Goitree Samuel Lloyd John Griffiths of Bachayee John Vaughan of Myvod John Read Hugh Derwas Robert Kynaston Hugh Davies of Collfryn John Davis of the same William Evans of Llandrinio Evan Jones of Llanllothian Richard Davis of Kenhmva Rees Lloyd of Cowney John Herbert Richard Whittingham of the Farme William Pierce Richard Price of Bettus David Meredith of Llanwothelan Thomas Gwynne Richard Glynne Rees Lloyd of Clothean Edward Bowen of Penyralt John Wilson Edward Price of Street-voylog Edmund Price Morgan David of Penegos Randle Owen Humphrey Owen Evan Jones Charles Mason Lewis Williams of Llwyn-y-Ruthod Robert Davies of Maeseinaur James Price William Corbett Matthew Matthewes of Wemddy John Vaughan of Keele Thomas Severne George Higgins Gentlemen.

For the County of Pembroke.

Richard Lord Bulkeley Viscount Cashells in the Kingdome of Ireland Sir Erasmus Phillips Sir Hugh Owen. Sir Gilbert Lord Sir John Barlow Baronetts Sir William Wogan Knight Their Majesties Serjeant att Law Edward Phillips Hector Phillips Essex Myrick Arthur Owen Rowland Laugharne Lewis Wogan of Weston Lewis Wogan of Boulston Hugh Bowen William Scourfeild William Mordant Walter Middleton John Owen John Williams David Williams John Barlow senior George Lort John Laugharne Arthur Owen junior Griffith Hawkwell George Bowen William Skyrme Charles Phillipps William Warren James Lloyd John Barlow junior Thomas Corbett. George Meare Lewis John William Wogan junior Griffith Elliott Henry Walter George Lehunt John Phillips John Lewis Arthur Laugharne David Parry John Edwards Erasmus Corbett John Owen Esquires William Davies of Lampeter Barrett Bowen George Bowen of Camrosse Matthew Bowen John Jordan William Foord senior William Foord junior Owen Foord George Jones of Brawdy Gwynne Vaughan George Harries John Owen of Preskelly George Lloyd James Laugharne Rice Adams Roger Adams Thomas Lloyd of Penpedwist John Child Thomas Jones John Wogan Robert Williams Lewis Matho George Lewis Gentlemen The Mayor of Pembroke for the tyme being Francis Rogers Francis Danvers John Courey Alexander Foord Aldermen The Mayor of Tenby for the tyme being Henry Williams Devereux Hamond James Lloyd Aldermen.

For the County of Radnor.

Sir John Morgan Sir Standish Harston Baronetts Sir Edward Harley Sir Rowland Gwynne Sir Edward Williams Knights Sir Lacon Child Robert Harley William Fowler Richard Williams John Walcott Thomas Lewis of Harpton Edward Lewis of Manoughty Marmaduke Gwynne Samuell Powell Thomas Harley Littleton Powell Henry Probart Edward Price Thomas Vaughan Edward Howarth William Probart Robert Cutler John Fowler Robert Leucy James Lloyd Charles Lloyd John Walsham William Brewster Jeremiah Powell Evan Bowen John Duvall Esquires Thomas Haworth Lewis Lloyd Thomas Lewis of Langwilte Nicholas Meredith Thomas Davis of Cumtytter John Davis of Coedglascon Evan Vaughan William Lloyd Coroners Lemuel Lloyd Andrew Davis William Tayler Walter Vaughan Nehemiah Kettleby William Tayler Herbert Wesson, Lloyd Wesson Peter Richards Jonas Stephens Henry Bull Henry Vaughan Thomas Powell Edward Phillipps Griffith Paine Walter Price John Whitney Robert Williams Gentlemen Captaine Richard Games The Bailiffe and Aldermen of New Radnor for the tyme being Robert Price Esquire Recorder John Davies of the Uron Lace Hugh Stephens Hugh Lewis of Hendwall Esquires Samuel Tonman Herbert Wesson Lloyd Wesson John Walsham Henry Bull Griffith Paine David Powell John Stephens Jonas Stephens Gentlemen.

For the Towne and County of Haverford-West.

The Mayor for the tyme being Sir Erasmus Phillipps Baronett Sir Hugh Owen Baronett Sir William Wogan Knight Theire Majesties Serjeant att Law Arthur Owen Esquire Lewis Wogan of Bolston Esquire William Wogan Esquire Richard Howell Esquire William Skyrme Esquire John Lewis of Manernawen Esquire William Flaerton Doctor in Physick Robert Prust senior John Bateman John Fowler Thomas Poyer William Bowen William Browne George Lewis Jacob Walford Robert Prust junior William Bateman junior and Thomas Harris Aldermen William Mary-Church Sheriffe Thomas Bowen Town-Clerke William Bowen Thomas Llewelin Roger Pritchard senior John Bateman junior Vincent Powell Charles Davies and Thomas Child Gentlemen.

III. Commissioners to meet in the several Counties, &c. on the 2d Day of February next, to execute this Act; and may subdivide themselves.

And be itt further enacted and declared That the severall Commissioners aforesaid shall meete together att the most usuall and common Place of Meeting within each of the said Counties Ridings Cityes Boroughs Townes and Places respectively on the Second day of February next ensueing And the said Commissioners or soe many of them as shall bee present att 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 theire 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 bee appointed for the Service of each Hundred or other Division and as may best conduce to the carrying on of Theire Majesties Service hereby required.

IV. Commissioners to set down in Writing what Number of them 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 att theire aforesaid First Generall Meeting or the major Part of them shall agree and sett downe in Writeing who and what Number of the said Co[m]missioners shall act in each of the said Divisions or Hundreds and shall deliver a true Copy of such Writeing to the Receiver Generall to bee appointed by Theire Majesties to the end that there may bee noe Failure in any Part of the due Execuc[i]on of the Service by this Act required.

V. Receivers General to give Commissioners a Receipt for Monies received by them from their Division.

Such Receipt to be a Discharge to Division, &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 Authority aforesaid That every Receiver Generall from tyme to tyme within the Space of One Moneth next after hee shall have received the full Sum[m]e that shall bee charged on any Hundred or Division for each particular Payment that is to bee 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 acknowledging his Receipt of the full Sum[m]e charged upon such Hundred or Division for such particular Payment which Receipt shall bee a full Discharge of such Hundred or Division for such particular Payment against Theire Majesties Theire Heires and Successors And the Commissioners within the severall Divisions or Hundreds or any Three or more of them are hereby authorized and required to cause the said severall Proporc[i]ons charged on the respective Divisions and on every Parish and Place therein for the said Twelve Moneths Assessments to bee 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 Annuityes Rent-Charges and other Rents Parkes 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 Theire Majesties Houshold) Tolls Profitts and all other Estate both Reall and Personall within the Limitts Circuits and Bounds of theire respective Parishes and Places.

VI. £412,925. 14s. 6d. to be paid to Receiver General 25th March 1692.

£412,925. 14s. 6d. Second Quarterly Payment, 24th June 1692.; £412,925. 14s. 6d. Third Quarterly Payment, 29th Sept. 1692.; £412,925. 14s. 6d. Fourth and last Quarterly Payment, 25th Dec. 1692.

And bee it further enacted by the Authority aforesaid That the Sum[m]e of Foure hundred and twelve thousand nine hundred twenty five pounds fourteene shillings six pence shall bee assessed collected levyed and paid unto the Receiver Generall of the said severall Counties who shall be appointed by Theire Majesties on or before the Five and twentieth day of March in the Yeare of our Lord One thousand six hundred ninety two And the Summe of Foure hundred and twelve thousand nine hundred twenty five pounds Fourteene shillings six pence being the Second of the said Quarterly Payments on or before the Foure and twentieth Day of June in the said Yeare of our Lord One thousand six hundred ninety two And the Summe of Foure hundred and twelve thousand nine hundred twenty five pounds fourteene shillings six pence being the Third of the said Foure Quarterly Payments on or before the Nine and twentieth day of September in the said Yeare of our Lord One thousand six hundred ninety two And the Summe of Foure hundred and twelve thousand nine hundred twenty five pounds fourteene shillings and six pence being the Fourth and last of the said Foure Quarterly Payments on or before the Five and twentieth day of December in the said Yeare of our Lord One thousand six hundred ninety two.

VII. Assessors to deliver Copy of Assessment to Commissioners; Commissioners to sign, &c. Two Duplicates thereof, and to deliver One to Collector, which they are to nominate, with Warrant for Collection.

Commissioners to deliver Schedule of Sums assessed to Receiver General; who is to transmit One Duplicate thereof to the Remembrancer of Exchequer, and the other to the Clerk of the Pells.

And for the compleating of the whole Summe charged as aforesaid and to the end the aforesaid. Summes charged upon the severall and respective Counties Ridings Cityes Boroughs Townes and Places may bee 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 theire respective Assessments fairely written and subscribed by them unto the said Commissioners And the said Commissioners or any Three 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 bee delivered to one or more honest and responsible Person or Persons to bee 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 same Assessment payable as aforesaid soe as the said severall Summes may bee paid in to the said Receiver Generall att the respective tymes aforesaid And the said Commissioners are hereby required to deliver or cause to bee delivered a Schedule Note or Duplicate in Parchment under theire Hands and Seales fairely written containeing the particular Summe assessed upon each Parish or Place unto the Receiver Generall of each County Rideing City Borough Towne or Place respectively who is hereby required within One Moneth after his Receipt thereof to transmitt One Duplicate of the same fairely written in Parchment under his Hand and Seale into the Kings Remembrancers Office of the Exchequer and [one (fn. 55) ] other Duplicate thereof to the Office of the Clerke of the Pells there And the said Remembrancer and Clerke of the Pells respectively upon receipt of the said respective Duplicate are hereby required to give a Receipt in Writeing acknowledging the same to such Receiver Generall or any Person by him respectively deputed in that case.

VIII. Notice of money received by Receiver General or his Deputy to Commissioners.

Receipt of Receiver General a Discharge to Collector.; Collector to pay to Receiver General.; Collectors travelling for such Payments,; Receiver General to transmit monies to Exchequer.; Salary to Receiver General.

And be it further enacted and declared by the Authority aforesaid That the money received by the said Collectors within the respective Divisions or Hundreds shall from tyme to tyme be duely paid to the Receiver Generall or to his Deputy or Deputies to be appointed under his Hand and Seale whereof Notice under the Hand and Seale of the Receiver Generall shall bee given unto the Commissioners or any Three of them within the respective Divisions or Hundreds within Tenne Dayes after the First Generall Meeting and soe from tyme to tyme within Tenne Dayes after every Death or Removall of any Deputy (if any such shall happen) and the Receipt of such Receiver Generall his Deputy or Deputies or any of them shall bee a sufficient Discharge unto every such Collector And the particular Collectors are hereby required to pay in all and every the Summes soe received by them unto the said Receivers Generall or theire Deputy or Deputies for Payment whereof the said Collectors shall not bee obliged to travell above Tenne Miles from the Places of theire Habitac[i]os which said Receivers Generall are hereby required forthwith to transmitt or cause to bee paid the moneys by them received into the Receipt of Theire Majesties Exchequer And the Lords Commissioners of Theire Majesties Treasury are hereby authorized to allow the said Receiver Generall of each County Rideing City and Towne respectively in case hee hath returned upp as aforesaid Duplicates of the Assessment of each Parish or Place in the County Rideing City or Towne for which hee is appointed Reciver Generall a Salary for his Paines not exceeding Two Pence in the Pound upon the cleareing of his Accompt which Duplicates soe to bee returned into the Kings. Remembrancers Office in the Exchequer and the Office of the Clerke of the Pells are intended to containe noe more then the Summes in grosse to bee collected by each Collector and the severall Names of the said Collectors.

IX. 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 bee 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 theire paynes 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 theire severall and respective Foure Quarterly Payments And the said Receiver Generall upon the receipt of the whole Assessments of the County Rideing City or Towne for which hee is appointed Receiver Generall in case hee hath received the severall Duplicates of each Parish or Place therein and not otherwise shall allow and pay according to such Warrant as shall bee in that behalfe given by the said Commissioners or any of them One Halfe-penny in the Pound for the Commissioners Clerkes for theire paynes in faire writeing the Assessments Duplicates and Copies.

X. Persons charged refusing, &c. to pay; Distress.

Collectors breaking open Doors, Chests, &c. to call in Constables, &c.; who are to aid Collectors.; Questions upon Distress determined by Commissioners.; Persons conveying away Goods, &c.; Commissioners may imprison; Except Peers.; Tenants to pay Rate, and may 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 whereatt hee shall bee rated and assessed That then itt shall and may bee 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 destraineing and restoreing the Overplus (if any bee) to the Owner thereof and to breake open in the day tyme any House and upon Warrant under the Hands and Seales of Three or more of the said Commissioners any Chest Trunk Box or other things where any such Goods are and to call to theire Assistance the Constables Tythingmen and Headboroughs within the Countyes Rideings Cityes Townes and Places where any Refusall Neglect or Resistance shall bee made Which said Officers are hereby required to bee ayding and assisting in the Premisses, as they will answere the contrary att theire Perills And if any Question or Difference happen upon takeing such Distresses the same shall bee ended and determined by the said Commissioners or any Three or more of them. And if any Person or Persons shall neglect or refuse to pay his or theire Assessment or convey his or theire Goods or other Personall Estate whereby the Summes of Money soe Assessed cannot bee levyed according to this Act then the respective Commissioners or any Three or more of them are hereby authorized to imprison such Person or Persons (except a Peere or Peeresse 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 bee paid and satisfyed and noe longer And the severall and respective Tenant or Tenants of all Houses and Lands which shall bee rated by vertue of this Act are hereby required and authorized to pay such Summe or Summes of Money as shall bee 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 theire respective Interests are hereby required to allow such Deductions and Payments upon the Receipt of the Residue of theire Rents.

XI. Tenant paying, acquitted to Amount of Payment.

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

And itt is enacted and declared That every Tenant paying the said Assessments shall bee acquitted and discharged for soe much money as the said Assessments 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 arise betweene Landlord and Tenant or any other concerning the said Rates the said severall Commissioners or any Three or more of them in theire severall Divisions shall and have hereby power to settle the same as they shall thinke fitt And if any Person or Persons shall find him or themselves aggrieved in that the Assessors have Over-rated him or them and shall in Six Dayes after demand made of the Summe of Money assessed on him or them complaine to Three or more of the Commissioners (whereof one of the Commissioners who signed or allowed his her or theire Assessments to bee one) the said Commissioners or any Three 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 Cityes Townes and Places shall not bee fully assessed levyed and payd according to the true meaneing hereof or if any of the said Assessments shall bee rated and imposed upon any Person not being of Ability to pay the same or [upon (fn. 56) ] any empty or void House or Land where the same cannot bee collected or levyed or that through any Wilfulnesse Negligence Mistake or Accident the said Assessment. charged on each County Rideing City Towne or Place by vertue of this Act happen not to bee payd to the Receiver 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 re-assesse or cause to bee assessed or re-assessed levyed and paid all and every such Summe and Summes of Money upon the respective Countyes 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 bee made shall seeme most agreeable to Equity and Justice The said new Assessment to bee made collected and paid in such manner and by such meanes as in this Act for this Assessment is declared and directed.

XII. Persons not executing Act, Commissioners may fine.

Levied by Distress.; Fine not to exceed £20.; As to taking same off.; Fines paid to Receivers General and by them into Exchequer.; Certificate thereof by Receiver General.

And bee it further enacted and declared by the Authority aforesaid That if any Person or Persons shall wilfully neglect or refuse to performe [his (fn. 57) ] or theire 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 theire Dutyes such Fine or Fines as by them shall bee thought fitt and to cause the same to bee levyed by Distresse and Sale of his and theire Goods. Provided that noe Fine to bee imposed by any of the said Commissioners shall for any one Offence exceed the Summe of Twenty Pounds which said Fine shall not bee taken off or discharged but by the consent of the majority of the Commissioners who imposed the same And that all Fines that shall bee imposed by vertue of this Act shall bee paid to the respective Receivers Generall and by them to the Receipt of Theire Majesties Exchequer and every Receiver Generall to whome any such Fine shall bee paid as aforesaid shall and is hereby required to returne a Certificate thereof in Parchment fairely written to the Office of the Kings Remembrancer as aforesaid before the Five and twentieth Day of January in the Yeare of our Lord One thousand six hundred ninety two and the like Certificate within the tyme aforesaid to the said Clerke of the Pells att the Receipt of the Exchequer that the same may be thereby knowne and charged in his Accompt

XIII. Collector neglecting to pay or detaining Monies; Proceedings by Commissioners.

Commissioners so proceeding to appoint a General Meeting; Notice thereof.; Collectors not paying; Proceedings by Commissioners.

And itt is further enacted and declared That if any Collector that shall bee by vertue of this Act appointed for the Receipt of any Summe or Summes of money thereby to bee assessed, neglect or refuse to pay any Summe or Summes of money which shall by him bee received as aforesaid and to pay the same as in this Act is directed and shall detaine in his or theire Hands any money received 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 Three or more of them in theire 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 where ever the same canne bee discovered and found And the said Commissioners who shall soe seize and secure the Estate of any Collector or Collectors shall bee and are hereby impowered to appoint a tyme for the Generall Meeting of the Commissioners for such County Rideing City Towne and Place and there to cause Publick Notice to bee given [at (fn. 58) ] the Place where such Rideing City Towne and Place and there to cause Publick Notice to bee given [at (fn. 58) ] the Place where such Meeting shall bee appointed Tenne Dayes att least before such Generall Meeting And the Commissioners present att such Generall Meeting or the major Part of them in case the Moneys detained by any Collector or Collectors bee not paid and satisfyed as itt ought to bee according to the Direcc[i]ons of this Act shall and are hereby impowered and required to sell and dispose of all such Estates which shall bee for the cause aforesaid seised and secured or any Part of them and satisfy and pay such County Rideing and Place the Summe which shall bee detained in the Hand of such Collector or Collectors theire Heires Executors and Administrators respectively

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

And it is hereby further enacted and declared That att the Expiration of the respective tymes in this Act prescribed for the full Payment of the said Foure Quarterly Assessments the severall and respective Commissioners or any Three of them within theire 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 Receivers Generall theire Deputy or Deputies of the said County Rideing City Towne and Place respectively and by such Receivers Generall into the Receipt of Theire Majesties Exchequer to the end there may bee noe failure in the Payment of any Parte of the Assessments by vertue of this Act to bee assessed and paid nor any Arreares remaine chargeable upon any the said Counties Rideings Cityes Townes or Places respectively And in case of any failure in the Premisses the said Commissioners or any three of them are hereby to cause the same to bee forthwith levyed and payd according to the true intent and meaneing of this Act.

XV. On Questions respecting Assessments, in which Commissioners concerned, they are to withdraw.

Penalty.

And itt is hereby enacted and declared That in case any Controversy arise concerning the said Assessments or the divideing apportioning or payment thereof which concernes any the Commissioners by this Act appointed that the Commissioners soe concerned in the said Controversie shall have noe voice but shall withdraw att the tyme of the Debate of any such Controversie untill it bee determined by the rest of the Commissioners And in default thereof that the Commissioners then present shall have power and are hereby required to impose such Fine or Fines as to them shall bee thought fitt upon such Commissioners soe refuseing to withdraw not exceeding the Summe of Twenty Pounds and to cause the same to bee Levyed and paid as other Fines to bee imposed by vertue of this Act are to bee levyed and paid.

XVI. Privileged Places, Persons, &c. not exempt.

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 Politick or Corporate within the Counties Rideings Cityes and Townes aforesaid shall bee exempted from the said Assessments and Taxes And that they and every of them and also all Fee-Farme Rents and all other manner of Rents Payments Summe and Summes of Money or Annuityes issueing out of any Lands shall bee lyeable towards the Payment of every Summe by this Act to bee taxed and levyed And all the Tenants are hereby directed and authorized to pay them proportionably according to the Rates and Assessments by this Act appointed and directed And all such Tenants shall bee hereby saved and kept harmlesse by Authority of this Act from any further Payment of any such Portion of any such Rent Rents Summes of Money or Annuityes to any p[er]son or p[er]sons to whom any such Rent Rents Su[m]mes of Money or Annuityes as aforesaid should or ought to bee 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.

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

Christ's Hospital, &c.

Provided That nothing contained in this Act bee 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 Schollar of any such Colledge or Hall or any Reader Officer or Minister of the said Universities Colledges or Halls or any Master or Usher of any Schoole for or in respect of any Stipend Wages or Profitts whatsoever ariseing or growing due to them in respect of the said severall Places and Employments in the said Universityes Colledges or Schooles or to charge any of the Houses or Lands belonging to Christs Hospitall St Bartholomew Bridewell St Thomas and Bethlehem Hospitall in the City of London and Borough of Southwarke or any of them or any other Hospitall or Almeshouse for or in respect of any Rents or Revenues payable to the said Hospitalls or Almeshouses being to bee received and disbursed for the immediate use and reliefe of the Poore in the said Hospitalls or Almeshouses onely.

XVIII. Lands, &c. held by Lease from Hospitals, &c. to be rated at their yearly Value.

Provided That noe Tenants that hold and enjoy any Lands or Houses by Lease or other Grant from any of the said Hospitalls or Almeshouses doe clayme and enjoy [any (fn. 59) ] Freedome Exemption or Advantage by this Act but that all the Houses and Lands which they soe hold shall bee rated and assessed for soe much as they are yearely worth over and above the Rents reserved and payable to the said Hospitalls or Almeshouses to bee received and disbursed for the immediate support and releife of the Poore in the said Hospitals and Almeshouses:

XIX. Persons having a House in one Parish, &c. and Goods in another, charged where they dwell.

Provided That where any Person inhabiteing 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 bee charged taxed and assessed for such his Goods or Merchandizes in the Parish or Ward where hee dwelleth and not elsewhere within the said City.

XX. 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 bee taxed levyed collected and payd but that the same bee fully assessed taxed levyed collected and paid in the severall and respective Countyes Cityes and Townes aforesaid in such manner and forme and to such uses as herein is before men[i]ned and declared.

XXI. Proceedings in case assessing by Pound Rate found to obstruct speedy bringing in Assessment.

Provided allwayes and bee itt 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 Three of them are hereby authorized and required to order and direct theire respective Assessors (who are hereby required to proceed accordingly) to assesse the respective Summes charged on the respective Counties Rideings Cityes Boroughs Townes and Places mentioned in this Act according to the most just usuall Rates held and practised in such Counties Rideings Cityes Boroughs Townes and Places respectively Any thing in this Act to the contrary thereof contained in any wise notwithstanding.

XXII. Proviso for Contracts between Landlord and Tenant as to Payment of Taxes.

Provided allwayes That nothing in this Act contained shall bee construed to alter change determine or make voyd any Contracts Covenants or Agreements whatsoever betweene Landlord and Tenant or any other Persons touching the Payment of Taxes and Assesssments Any thing herein before contained to the contrary notwithstanding.

XXIII. Places assessed in such County, &c. as heretofore.

Provided allwayes and bee it further Enacted and Declared by the Authority aforesaid That for the avoyding of all Obstrucc[i]ons and Delays in collecting the Summes by this Act to bee rated and assessed, all Places Constablewicks Divisions and Allottments which have used to bee rated and assessed shall pay and bee assessed in such County Hundred Rape and Wapentake as the same have heretofore beene usually assessed in and not elsewhere.

XXIV. In Actions 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 bee commenced or prosecuted against any Person or Persons for what hee or they shall doe in pursueance or in Execution of this Act such Person or Persons soe sued in any Court whatsoever shall and [may (fn. 59) ] plead 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 Discontinueance or if a Verdict passe against him the Defendants shall recover theire Treble Costs for which they shall have the like remedy as in any case where Costs by the Law are given to Defendants

XXV. Receivers General and their Deputies to give Acquittances to Collectors, without Fee.

The like Provision as to Parishes.; Such Acquittance to be a Discharge.

Provided allwayes and bee itt enacted by the Authority aforesaid That the severall Receivers Generall which shall bee appointed according to this Act theire Deputy or Deputies shall from tyme to tyme att every payment appointed thereby give unto the severall Collectors within theire respective Precincts upon the payment of the whole Summe due att such tymes of Payment from theire respective Parishes Constablewicks or Places within each of theire Collections severall Acquittances under theire Hands without takeing any thing for the same And that in like manner att every tyme 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 parte thereof due for theire Parish or Place respectively att each tyme. of Payment aforesaid severall Acquittances under theire Hands and Seales without takeing any thing for the same which said Acquittances of the Receiver Generall his Deputy or Deputies shall bee 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 Theire Majesties Theire Heires and Successors for the Summe or Summes of money soe acquitted.

XXVI. When 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 bee unoccupied and noe Distresse canne be found on the same by reason whereof the said Parish Place and Constablewick are forced to pay and make good the Tax assessed upon such Land lyeing unoccupied that then itt shall and may bee lawfull att any tyme after for the Collectors Constable or Tythingman of the said Parish Place or Constablewick for the tyme being to enter and distraine upon the said Land or Houses when there shall bee any Distresse thereupon to bee found and the Distresse and Distresses (being the proper Goods of the Owner or any claymeing 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 rendring 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 Parties who contributed to the Tax of the said unoccupied Lands.

XXVII. Where Woodland assessed, and no Distress had, Collectors, &c. may cut and sell Wood growing.

Buyers of such Wood may sell, &c. same, rendering Overplus to Owner.

Provided allwayes and bee itt enacted That where any Woodlands shall bee assessed and noe Distresse canne bee had that in such case it shall and may bee lawfull to and for any Collector Constable Headborough or Tythingman by Warrant under the Hands and Seales of Three or more of the Commissioners of that Hundred or Division att seasonable tymes 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 behind and unpaid and the charge incident thereunto and that itt shall and may bee lawfull for the Person and Persons and his and theire Assignes to whome such Woods shall bee sold to sell cutt downe dispose and carry away the same to his owne use rendring the Overplus (if any bee) to the Owner any Law to the contrary notwithstanding.

XXVIII. Proceedings where Assessment charged on Tithes and other Property not distrainable.

Provided allwayes and bee itt further enacted That where any Tax or Assessment shall bee charged or laid upon any Tythes Tolls Profitts of Marketts Faires or Fishery or other Annuall Profitts not distrainable in case the same shall not bee paid within Fifteene Dayes after such Assessment soe charged or laid and demanded then itt shall and may bee lawfull to and for the Collector Constable or other Officer thereunto appointed by Warrant under the Hands and Seales of any Three 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 bee sufficient for the levying the said Tax and Assessment and all Charges occasioned by such Non-payment thereof rendring the Overplus to the Owner if any bee.

XXIX. Receivers General certifying Arrears to be due where the Monies have been received.

Penalty to Party.; Penalty to their Majesties.

And for the better preventing of such unjust Vexations as might bee occasioned by such Persons as shall bee 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 Accompt into Theire Majesties Court of Exchequer of such Summes of Money as shall bee received by them and every of them theire and every of theire Deputy and Deputies Bee it further enacted by the authority aforesaid That if any Receiver Generall shall returne or certify into the said Court any Summe or Summes of Money to bee in arreare [and (fn. 60) ] unpaid after the same have beene received either by such Receiver Generall or by his Deputy or Deputies or any of them or shall cause any Person or Persons to bee sett Insuper in the said Court for any Summe or Summes of Money that hath beene soe received that then every such Receiver Generall shall forfeite to every Person and Persons that shall bee molested vexed or damaged by reason of such unjust Certificate Returne or setting Insuper the Damages that shall bee thereby occasioned the said Damages to bee recovered by Action of Debt Bill Plaint or Informac[i]on in which noe Essoigne Protection or Wager of Law shall be allowed nor any more then one Imparlance and shall also forfeite to Theire Majesties Theire Heires and Successors the Summe that shall bee soe unjustly certifyed or returned or caused to be sett Insuper.

XXX. Quarterly Payments to be made to Receiver General and by them into the Exchequer within 20 Days after the times before mentioned.

And bee itt further enacted by the Authority aforesaid That the said Foure Quarterly Payments of One hundred thirty seaven thousand six hundred forty one Pounds eighteene shillings two pence by the Moneth amounting in each of the Foure Quarters to the Summe of Foure hundred and twelve thousand nine hundred twenty five pounds fourteene shillings and six pence shall bee assessed collected levyed and paid to the Receiver Generall of the severall Counties that shall bee appointed by the tymes mentioned and expressed in this Act and shall bee paid by the said Receivers Generall into Theire Majesties Receipt of the Exchequer within Twenty Dayes after the said tymes menc[i]oned and expressed in this Act

XXXI. Receivers General to become bound.

Condition of Bond.; Such Bond to be transmitted to the Exchequer.

And bee it further enacted That every Receiver Generall to bee appointed by Theire Majesties by vertue of this Act before hee enter upon the Execution of this Office shall become bound with sufficient Sureties to Theire Majesties before the Lord High Treasurer or Lords Commissioners of the Treasury for the tyme being in such Summe or Summes as the said Lord Treasurer or Lords Commissioners shall direct with condition that hee his Heires Executors Administrators Deputy or Deputies shall truly account and pay all and every such Summe and Summes of Money as shall come to his hand or as hee shall may or reasonably might receive or bee charged with by this Act concerning his said Office of Receiver Generall into the Receipt of Theire Majesties Exchequer att the tymes in this Act respectively lymited and appointed for the same and to doe and performe all and every other thing and things hereby required by him to bee done executed and performed every of which Bonds shall bee forthwith transmitted by the said Lord High Treasurer or Lords Commissioners of the Treasury to the Office of the Kings Remembrancer of the Exchequer to bee there deposited.

XXXII. What Persons not to be Receivers General under this Act.

Receiver General to enter Certificate of his Name and Place of Abode with Clerk of the Pells.; On Default of Payment by Receiver, Proceedings.

Provided allwayes That noe Person shall bee capable of being a Receiver Generall by vertue of this Act who hath beene Receiver Generall of any Ayds or Summes of Money heretofore granted to Theire Majesties by any Act of Parliament and shall not passe his Accompt and obtaine his Quietus out of the Pipe for the same and produce a Certificate thereof to the Lord High Treasurer or Lords Commissioners of the Treasury before the last Day of Trinity Terme in the Yeare of our Lord One thousand six hundred ninety and two. Provided allwayes That every such Receiver Generall to bee hereby appointed shall upon the Receipt of his Commission for the said Office enter a Certificate of his Name and Place of Abode in the said Office of the Clerke of the Pells to the end that the said Clerke by him or his Deputy or Clerkes in that Office may have the meanes from tyme to tyme to enquire of the Performance of the Trust of such Receivers Generall respectively in the due Payment of the Money by him from tyme to tyme received into the Receipt of the Exchequer and upon any Neglect or Default of such Payment to informe the said Lord High Treasurer or Lords Commissioners of the Treasury therewith that a due course and remedy may bee by them applyed as the case may require

XXXIII. Commissioners not liable for Penalties of 25 Car. II. c. 2.

And bee it further enacted by the Authority aforesaid That noe Commissioner or Commissioners who shall bee imployed in the execution of this Act shall bee lyeable for or by reason of such Execution to any of the Penalties mentioned in an Act made in the Five and twentieth Yeare of the Reigne of King Charles the Second entituled An Act for preventing Dangers which may happen from Popish Recusants.

XXXIV. Commissioners to take the Oath of 1 W. & M. Sess. 1. c. 8.

Which Commissioners may administer.; Acting without taking the Oath; Penalty £200.

Provided allwayes and bee itt enacted That noe Person shall bee capable of acting as a Commissioner in the execution of this Act before hee shall take the Oaths appointed by an Act of the last Parliament entituled An Act for abrogating of the Oaths of Supremacy and Allegiance and appointing other Oaths which Oaths itt shall bee lawfull for any Two or more of the Commissioners to administer and they are hereby required and authorized to administer the same to any other Commissioner And in case any Person hereby named a Commissioner shall presume to act as a Commissioner in the execution of this Act before hee shall have taken the said Oaths hee shall forfeite to Theire Majesties the Summe of Two hundred Pounds,

XXXV. Receivers General before the end of Trinity Term.; 1693 to finish their Accounts.

Accounts audited declared before Barons of the Exchequer.; Proceedings thereon.; Quietus est to Accountants.

And bee it further enacted by the Authority aforesaid That all and every of the Receivers Generall appointed by this Act as aforesaid shall and are hereby required before the end of Trinity Terme in the Yeare of our Lord One thousand six hundred ninety three to make and finish theire and every of theire respective Accompts of the Money by them received and paid into Theire Majesties Exchequer by vertue of this Act before the Auditors appointed or to bee appointed for takeing and auditeing thereof And the said Accompts soe taken and audited shall bee within the said tyme declared before the Barons of the Court of Exchequer or one of them and within Eight and twenty Dayes after such Declarac[i]on made shall bee transmitted to the Office of the Kings Remembrancer of the Exchequer and from thence to the Treasurers Remembrancer to bee by him sent over to the Clerke of the Pipe to bee ingrossed upon the great Roll of the Pipe or Roll of Foreigne Accompts there to charge the Supers thereupon descending according to the usuall Course and Custome of the Exchequer and the said Clerke of the Pipe is hereby authorized and required to give such Discharges and Quietus est to all and every of the said Accomptants that shall finish and perfect theire Accompts as aforesaid to charge the Supers depending upon any of them and to doe and performe all other thing and things relateing thereunto according to the usuall Course and Custome of Theire Majesties Exchequer in such cases

XXXVI. Rents, Charges, &c. to be assessed in the Proportion as the Lands out of which they issue.

Provided allwayes and itt is hereby declared and enacted That all Rent Charges Fee-Farme Rents and other Rents shall bee assessed rated and taxed proportionably according to such Rates and Proportions onely as the Lands and other Hereditaments (out of which the same are issueable and payable) shall bee assessed rated and taxed and not otherwise.

XXXVII. Proviso respecting King's Bench Prison; and the Marshalsea.

Provided allwayes That the Prison of Kings Bench the Prison-House Lands Gardens and the Common side and all the Rents Profitts and Perquisites of the Office of the Marshall of the said Kings Bench Prison lyeing and being in the Parish of Saint George the Martyr in the Borough of Southwarke and County of Surrey And alsoe the Prison-House Lands and Gardens of the Prison of the Marshall of the Marshalsea Prison and all Offices Perquisites and Profitts thereof lyeing and being also in the said Parish of St George in the Borough of Southwarke and County of Surrey shall bee charged and assessed to this Assessment in the said Parish of Saint George Borough of Southwarke and not elsewhere Any thing to the contrary in any wise notwithstanding.

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

Provided allwayes and itt is hereby enacted That itt shall and may bee lawfull to and for any Person and Persons to advance and lend unto Theire Majesties upon the Security of this Act any Summe or Summes of Money and to have and receive for the forbearance thereof any Summe not exceeding Seaven Pounds by the Hundred for One whole Yeare and noe more directly or indirectly.

XXXIX. Repayment of such Monies how secured.

Register 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, &c.; 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 bee lent unto Theire Majesties upon the Creditt of this Act may bee well and sufficiently secured out of the Moneys ariseing and payable by this Act Bee it further enacted by the Authority aforesaid That there shall bee provided and kept in Theire Majesties Exchequer (that is to say) in the Office of the Auditor of the Receipts one Booke or Register in which all Moneys that shall bee paid into the Exchequer by Vertue of this Act shall bee entred and registred apart and distinct from all other Moneys paid or payable to Theire Majesties upon any other Branch of Theire Majesties Revenue or upon any other Accompt whatsoever And that all and every Person and Persons who shall lend any money to Theire Majesties upon the Creditt of this Act and pay the same into the Receipt of the Exchequer shall immediately have a Tally of Loane struck for the same and an Order for his Repayment beareing the same Date with his Tally In which Order shall bee also contained a Warrant for payment of Interest for Forbearance thereof not exceeding Seaven pounds per Centum per Annum for his Consideration to bee paid every Three Moneths until repayment of his Principall And that [all (fn. 61) ] Orders for repayment of money shall bee 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 bee paid in course according as theire Orders shall stand entred 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 entred in the said Book of Register shall bee taken and accounted as the first Person to bee paid upon the moneys to come in by vertue of this Act And hee or they who shall have his or theire Order or Orders next entred shall bee taken and accounted to bee the second Person to bee paid and soe successively and in course And that the moneys to come in by this Act shall bee in the same Order lyeable to the satisfacc[i]on of the said respective Parties theire Executors Administrators or Assignes successively without preference of one before another and not otherwise and not to bee divertible to any other Use Intent or Purpose whatsoever And that noe Fee Reward or Gratuity directly or indirectly bee demanded or taken of any Theire Majesties 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 Theire Majesties Officer or Officers theire Clerkes or Deputies on Paine of payment of Treble Damages to the Party grieved by the Party offending with Costs of Suite Or if the Officer himselfe take or demand any such Fee or Reward then to loose his Place also And if any undue preference of one before another shall bee made either in point of Registry or Payment contrary to the true meaneing of this Act by any such Officer or Officers then the Party offending shall bee lyeable by Action of Debt or on the case to pay the Value of the Debt Damages and Costs to the Party grieved and shall bee forejudged from his Place or Office And if such preference bee unduely made by any his Deputy or Clerke without direc[i]on or privity of his Master then such Deputy or Clerke onely shall bee lyeable to such Action Debt Damages and Costs and shall bee for ever after uncapable 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 hee or they shall bee judged to forfeite and theire respective Deputies and Clerkes herein offending to bee lyeable to such Action Debt Damages and Costs in such manner as aforesaid All which said Penalties Forfeitures Damages and Costs to bee incurred by any of the Officers of the Exchequer or any theire Deputies or Clerkes shall and may bee recovered by Action of Debt Bill Plaint or Informac[i]on in any of Theire Majesties Courts of Record att Westminster wherein noe Essoigne Protection Priviledge Wager of Law Injunction or Order of Restraint shall bee in any wise granted or allowed.

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

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

Provided allwayes and bee itt hereby declared That if itt happen that severall Tallyes of Loane or Orders for Payment as aforesaid beare date or bee brought the same day to the Auditor of the Receipt to bee registred then itt shall bee interpreted noe undue preference which of those hee enters first soe hee enters them all the same day. Provided also That itt shall not bee interpreted any undue Preference to incurre any Penalty 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 theire money and bring theire Order [before other p[er]sons that did not come to demand theire Money & bring theire Order (fn. 62) ] in theire course soe as there bee soe much money reserved as will satisfie precedent Orders which shall not bee otherwise disposed but kept for them Interest upon Loane being to cease from the tyme the money is soe reserved and kept in Bank for them.

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

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

And bee itt further enacted by the Authority aforesaid That every Person or Persons to whome any money shall bee 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 transferre his Right Title Interest and Benefitt of such Order or any parte 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 Benefitt thereof and Payment thereon and such Assignee may in like manner assigne againe and soe toties quoties and afterwards itt shall not bee in the power of such Person or Persons who have or hath made such Assignements to make voyd release or discharge the same or any the moneys thereby due or any parte thereof.

XLII. 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 bee itt Enacted That out of the money which shall bee levyed and paid by vertue of this Act into the Receipt of the Exchequer as well by Loane as otherwise the Summe of Tenne hundred thousand pounds shall bee and is hereby applyed and appropriated to and for the Payment of Officers and Seamen that have served and shall serve in Theire Majesties Navy Royall and for the paying for Stores Provisions and Victualls supplyed and to bee supplyed for the said Navy and to and for the Expences of Theire Majesties Office of the Ordnance in respect to Navall Affaires and for other necessary Uses and Services performed and to bee performed in and for the said Navy.

XLIII. Collector keeping Money in hand, or paying to Persons other than the Receiver General.

Penalty £5.; 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 £500.

And for the effectuall doeing thereof and that the said Summe of Tenne hundred thousand pounds hereby appropriated to the Uses aforesaid may not bee diverted or applyed to any other Purpose And alsoe to the intent that all the moneys given by this Act may bee duely paid into Theire Majesties Exchequer Bee itt 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 tyme then is by this Act directed (other then the Allowance made unto him by this Act) or shall pay any parte thereof unto any Person or Persons other then the Receiver Generall of such County or Place or his respective Deputy That every such Collector shall forfeite for every such Offence the Summe of Five pounds And in case any Receiver Generall or his Deputy shall pay any parte 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 Theire Majesties Exchequer) and that att or within the respective tymes lymited by this Act or in case such Receiver Generall or his Deputy shall pay any parte 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 tyme 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 Deputy forfeite 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 bee allowed.

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

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

And itt is hereby further enacted That the Commissioners of the Treasury or the Lord Treasurer UnderTreasurer or Commissioners of the Treasury for the tyme being or any of them doe not direct any Warrant to any of the said Collectors or Receivers Generall or theire Deputies for the Payment of any parte 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 or 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 himselfe with any of the said moneys untill he shall have actually received the same.

XLV. 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 Treasurer of the Ordnance.

And itt is hereby further enacted That the Officers of the Receipt of the Exchequer respectively shall and are hereby required to keepe the said Summe of Tenne hundred thousand pounds hereby appropriated and the accompt thereof distinct from all other Moneys, and Accompts whatsoever And that the Lord High Treasurer UnderTreasurer or Commissioners of the Treasury for the tyme being or any of them respectively doe not signe any Warrant or Order or doe any Matter or Thing for the issueing or paying any parte of the said Summe of Tenne hundred thousand Pounds by this Act appropriated to any Person or Persons other then the Treasurer of the Navy or his Deputy and the Treasurer of the Ordnance or his Deputy for the Uses aforesaid Nor shall the Auditor of the Receipt draw any Order whatsoever for the issueing any parte of the said Summe of Tenne hundred thousand Pounds hereby appropriated to any Person or Persons other then the said Treasurer of the Navy or his Deputy and the Treasurer of the Ordnance or his Deputy as aforesaid Nor shall hee direct or the Clerke of the Pells Record or any Teller make Payment of any of the said appropriated money 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 bee soe mentioned and expressed in such Warrant or Order.

XLVI. Treasurer of the Navy and Treasurer of the Ordnance to keep Monies apart.

Regulations for Treasurer of the Navy and Ordnance issuing and paying Monies in respect of the said £1,000,000.

And itt is hereby further enacted That the Treasurer of the Navy and the Treasurer of the Ordnance for the tyme being shall keepe such parte of the said Summe of Tenne hundred thousand Pounds appropriated as aforesaid by vertue of this Act as shall bee paid to them respectively distinct and apart from all other moneys And the Treasurer of the Navy shall issue and pay such parte of the said Summe as shall bee paid in to him by Warrant of the Principall Officers and Commissioners of the Navy or any Three or more of them And the Treasurer of the Ordnance [shall (fn. 62) ] issue and pay such parte of the said Summe as shall bee paid in to him by Warrant of the Principall Officers of the Ordnance or any Three of them mentioning and expressing in the respective Warrant the respective Uses for which the same is respectively issued and paid according to the respective Appropriations thereof and applying the same which said Principall Officers and Commissioners of the Navy and Principall Officers of the Ordnance are to follow therein the Order and Direction of the Lord High Treasurer or Lords Commissioners of the Treasury for the tyme being for apportioning the same for the Payment of the Officers and Seamen Stores Provisions Victualls and the Office of Ordnance as aforesaid in such just and proportionable Distributions as may bee most agreeable to the true intent of this Act.

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

And itt is hereby further Enacted That the Principall Officers and Commissioners of the Navy or any of them or Principall Officers of the Ordnance or any of them shall not signe any Navy Bill or Warrant or doe any other act or thing for the issueing and paying any parte of the said Summe of Tenne 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 bee soe mentioned and expressed in such Navy Bill or Warrant

XLVIII. Officers appointed to receive the said £1,000,000 misapplying same.

Penalty.

How applied.

And itt is further Enacted That if any of the Officers which are appointed by this Act to receive the said Summe of Tenne hundred thousand pounds hereby appropriated or any parte thereof shall after the receipt of the said money divert or misapply the same or any parte thereof by vertue of any Warrant from the Commissioners of the Treasury or from the Lord Treasurer or other Superior Officers for the tyme being contrary to the true intent of this Act That then such Officer or Officers soe diverting or misapplying the said money shall forfeite the like Summe soe diverted or misapplyed which said Forfeiture shall bee recovered by Action of Debt Bill Plaint or Informac[i]on in any of Theire Majesties Courts of Record att Westminster wherein noe Essoigne Protection or Wager of Law shall bee allowed The one Moiety of which Forfeiture soe to bee recovered shall bee to the Informer or him who shall sue for the same the other Moiety thereof to bee distributed to the Poore of the Parish where such Offence shall be com[m]itted.

XLIX. Officers of Exchequer, Navy, or Ordnance misapplying the same Monies.

Penalty.

And bee itt further enacted That if any Officer or Officers mentioned in this Act or in any wise belonging to the Exchequer or Navy or Ordnance shall willingly and wilfully offend against this Law or any Clause thereof by diverting or misapplying any parte of the said Summe of Tenne 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 forfeite 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.

L. No Stay of Prosecutions, &c. in Actions for Penalties.

Provided alsoe and bee itt enacted That noe stay of Prosecution upon any Command Warrant Motion Order or Direction by non vult ulterius prosequi shall bee had made admitted received 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 menc[i]oned or for or in order to the Conviction or Disability of any Person offending against this Act.

LI. Out of Monies appropriated to Navy Stores and Naval Ordnance, Naval Stores and Provision other than Victualling paid in course.

The like Regulation as to Payment of Ordnance.; Comptroller of the Navy and Store keeper of Ordnance to keep Books, &c. for Registry of Bills, &c.; Recourse had thereto without Fee.; Undue Preference by Officer.; Action for Party.; Double Damages and Costs.

Provided alwayes and bee itt enacted That out of the moneys hereby appropriated to and for the Payment of Officers and Seamen that have served and shall serve in Theire present Majesties Navy Royall and to and for the paying for Stores Provisions and Victualls as therein expressed and to and for the expences of Theire Majesties Office of the Ordnance in respect to Navall Affaires and for other necessary Uses and Services performed and to bee performed for the said Navy all such part thereof as shall bee issued and paid by the Treasurer of the Navy by Warrant of the Principall Officers and Commissioners of the Navy or any Three or more of them for Navall Stores and Provisions other then for Victualling shall bee paid in course to every Person or Persons or theire Assignes to whome any such money is or shall bee due according to the Dates of the Bills or Contracts registred for the same and not otherwise And that out of all such further parte of the said moneys as shall bee issued and paid to the Lieutenant and Principall Officers of the Ordnance or [the (fn. 63) ] Pay-master thereof or his Deputy for the expence of Theire Majesties Ordnance as to Navall Affaires and by them or the said Pay-master respectively and to any Person or Persons for Ammunition or any other Use or Service relateing to the Office of the Ordnance shall bee in like manner paid in Course to every such Person or Persons or theire Assignes respectively according to the respective Dates of the Bills and Contracts for the same and not otherwise And the Comptroller of the Navy and Storekeeper of the Ordnance are hereby respectively required to keepe one or more Booke or Bookes in theire respective Offices wherein all Bills and Contracts in reference to the Navy and Office of the Ordnance for such Bill and Contracts respectively as aforesaid shall bee duely registred that all and every Person or Persons concerned therein may have recourse thereunto without paying any Fee or Reward for soe doeing And if any preference of one before another shall bee made either in point of registry or payment contrary to the true meaneing of this Act either by the said Treasurer of the Navy or Pay-Master of the Ordnance or Comptroller of the Navy or Storekeeper of the Ordnance or any of them or theire respective Deputies or Clerkes then the Party offending shall bee lyeable by Action of Debt or on the case to pay double the Value of the Debt Damages and Costs to the Party grieved All which said Penalties Damages and Costs to bee incurred by the Persons aforesaid or any of them respectively shall and may bee recovered by the said Party grieved by Action of Debt Bill Plaint or Information in any of Theire Majesties Courts of Record att Westminster wherein noe Essoigne Protection Priviledge Wager of Law Injunction or Order of Restraint shall bee in any wise granted or allowed.

LII. Principal Officers of the Ordnance may pay by Imprest.

Provided neverthelesse That it shall and may bee lawfull for the said Lieutenant & Principall Officers of the Ordnance upon any emergent or extraordinary Occasion to pay any of the said Moneys appropriated by this Act to any Person or Persons upon Accompt by way of Imprest Any thing herein contayned to the contrary notwithstanding.

LIII. Not undue Preference to pay subsequent Bills first demanded if sufficient left for preceding Bills.

Provided also That itt shall not bee construed any Preference to incurre any Penalty in point of payment in course as aforesaid if the said Treasurer of the Navy or Pay-master of the Ordnance or theire Deputies respectively doe pay subsequent Bills of Persons which come and demand theire money and bring theire Warrant or Order in theire course for the same soe as there bee soe much money reserved as will satisfy precedent Bills or Contracts registred as aforesaid which shall not bee otherwise disposed of but kept for them in the said respective Offices.

LIV. Ancient legal Fees only allowed.

Table of Fees to be presented to Parliament by Barons of Exchequer.

Provided allwayes and bee itt enacted That noe Fees shall bee demanded or taken by any Officer of the Exchequer or of any of the Offices thereof for the receiveing or issueing any of the money granted by this Act or any other Act of this present Parliament for Aids or Supplyes to Theire Majesties but such antient legall Fees as shall bee allowed by the Lord Chiefe Baron and Barons of the Coife of the Court of Exchequer to bee such and not otherwise And that the said Chiefe Baron and Barons shall and are hereby required to present a Table or Schedule of the said Fees soe by them allowed to the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament att the next Session to bee holden for this or any next succeeding Parliament.

Footnotes

1 Sparke O.
2 his, in King's Printer's Copy.
3 Barlee O.
4 interlined on the Roll.
5 Treworgy O.
6 Esquire O.
7 his O.
8 Prime O.
9 interlined on the Roll.
10 Hurding O.
11 The Roll is defaced here.
12 Halton O.
13 Sheriffe O.
14 Elias O.
15 Bailiffs, in King's Printer's Copy; and a letter at the end of the word "Bayliffe" appears to be erased on the Roll.
16 Roberds O.
17 Albons O.
18 O. omits.
19 There is no Blank in the Original Act.
20 Roger O.
21 Varney O.
22 Stamhope O.
23 interlined on the Roll.
24 Webby O.
25 Stamford O.
26 Bates O.
27 Firebrass O.
28 Edward O.
29 Esquire O.
30 Firebrasse O.
31 Maplesdon O.
32 interlined on the Roll.
33 Mountgomery O.
34 Esquires O.
35 interlined on the Roll.
36 interlined on the Roll.
37 His O.
38 The Honourable Robert Shirley Esquires Sir James Langham Knight & Barronett O.
39 O. omits.
40 Hyham O.
41 Heslerig O.
42 Park O.
43 O. omits.
44 Napper O.
45 Wareing O.
46 George Dodington O.
47 Manew O.
48 O. omits.
49 Junior O.
50 interlined on the Roll.
51 Briggs O.
52 interlined on the Roll.
53 Richard O.
54 interlined on the Roll.
55 interlined on the Roll.
56 interlined on the Roll.
57 interlined on the Roll.
58 of, in King's Printer's Copy.
59 interlined on the Roll.
60 or O.
61 interlined on the Roll.
62 interlined on the Roll.
63 interlined on the Roll.