Charles II, 1663
An Act for granting Fower intire Subsidies to His Majestie by the Temporaltie.

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'Charles II, 1663: An Act for granting Fower intire Subsidies to His Majestie by the Temporaltie.', Statutes of the Realm: volume 5: 1628-80 (1819), pp. 453-481. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=47345 Date accessed: 18 September 2014.


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Four entire Subsidies presented, at Two several Payments.
II Persons, Corporations, &c. having Lands, &c. of Twenty Shillings yearly Value.
III. First Two Subsidies how to be rated.
IV. Absentees, whether Natives or Aliens, to be charged by Certificate of Inhabitants of Place.
V. Commissioners for assessing the King's Household to be appointed by Lord Chancellor, Lord Treasurer, and other great Officers.
VI. Commissioners for Counties, &c.
For the County of Bedford For the Towne of Bedford For the County of Bucks For the Towne of Buckingham For the County of Berks For the County of Cornwall For the County of Cumberland For the Citty of Carlisle For the County of Cambridge and Isle of Ely For the Towne of Cambridge For the County of Chester For the Citty and County of the Citty of Chester For the County of Derby For the Burrough of Derby For the County of Devon For the Citty and County of the Citty of Exon For the County of Dorset For the Towne and County of Poole For the Bishoprick of Durham For the West Rideing of the County of Yorke. For the North Rideing of the County of Yorke For the East Rideing of the County of Yorke For the Citty and County of the Citty of Yorke. For the Towne and County of Kingston upon Hull. For the County of Essex For the Towne of Colchester For the Towne of Malden For the Towne of Harwich For the Liberty of Havering For the County of Gloucester For the Citty and County of the Citty of Gloucester. For the County of Huntington For the Towne of Huntington For the County of Hertford For the Burrough of St. Albanes For the County of Hereford For the Citty of Hereford For the County of Kent For the Citty and County of Canterbury For the Citty of Rochester For the parts of Lindsey in the County of Lincolne. For the Citty and County of the Citty of Lincolne. For the Parts of Holland For the Parts of Kestaven For the County of Leicester For the Burrough of Leicester For the County Palatine of Lancaster For the Burrough of Wigan For the Burrough of Liverpoole For the Burrough of Clitherowe For the County of Midlesex [For the Liberty of the Dutchy of Lancaster For the Citty of Westminster For the Citty of London For the County of Monmouth For the County of Northampton For the Towne of Northampton For the County of Nottingham For the Towne of Nottingham For the Towne of Newarke upon Trent For the County of Norfolke For the Towne of Thetford For the Citty of Norwich For the Towne of Lynne Regis For the Towne of Yarmouth For the County of Northumberland For the Towne of Newcastle upon Tyne For the Towne of Berwicke upon Tweede For the County of Oxford For the Citty of Oxford For the County of Rutland For the County of Surrey For the Burrough of Southwarke For the County of Stafford For the Citty and County of the Citty of Litchfeild. For the County of Salop For the Towne of Shrewsbury For the County of Southampton For the Isle of Wight For the Citty of Winchester For the Towne and County of Southampton For the County of Suffolke For the Towne of Ipswich For the Burrough of St Edmonds Bury For the Towne of Aldborough For the County of Somerset For the Citty of Bath For the Citty and County of the Citty of Bristoll. For the County of Sussex For the Citty of Chichester For the County of Westmerland For the County of Wilts. For the Citty of New Sarum For the County of Worcester For the Citty and County of the Citty of Worcester. For the Burrough of Evesham For the County of Warwicke For the Citty and County of the Citty of Coventry. For the County of Anglesey For the County of Brecon For the County of Cardigan For the County of Carmarthen For the Burrough of Carmarthen For the County of Carnarvan For the County of Denbigh For the County of Flint For the County of Glamorgan For the County of Merioneth For the County of Montgomery For the County of Pembrooke For the Towne and County of Haverford West For the County of Radnor VII. Commissioners to execute Act according to the Tenor thereof.
VIII. Commissioners to direct Precepts to certain Number of Inhabitants in Hundreds, &c.
IX. Persons named in Precept to appear before Commissioners.
X. Assessors misbehaving, Commissioners may set a Fine upon them.
XI. Commissioners to be rated at such Place where they shall be Commissioners
XII. Double Charges not to be allowed.
XIII. Proviso for Persons having Two Mansions, or being Household Servants or Waiting Servants to the King or others.
XIV. The Power of Commissioners to tax other Commissioners, and also Assessors.
XV. Rates to be estreated under the Seal and Sign Manual of the Commissioners, and Estreat delivered to sufficient Inhabitants, &c. of Hundreds, &c.
XVI. Commissioners may appoint Persons; to be High Collectors.
XVII. Commissioners to take Recognizances of Collectors.
XVIII. Persons having been Collectors of First Subsidy not to be appointed Collectors of Second Subsidy unless they shew Quietus est.
XIX. Persons living in Cities, &c. not to be Collectors or Assessors out of them.
XX. Persons after being charged with Receipt of Assessment, dying or removing or concealing their Goods; or when Monies comprized in Estreat cannot be levied by Distress; or where Distress cannot be sold.
XXI. Persons distrained having no Lands, &c.
XXII. Allowance to High Collectors upon their Accounts.
XXIII. Proviso for Stamford Baron.
XXIV. Persons having Spiritual and Temporal Possessions, and also Personal Property, not to be doubly charged.
XXV. Exception for Scotland, Ireland, Jersey, and Guernsey.
XXVI. Proviso for Patents of Liberties, &c. to Cities, &c.
XXVII. Orphans and Infants' not chargeable to Subsidies.
XXVIII. Universities of Oxford and Cambridge, Winchester College and Eaton College, the Poor Knights of Windsor, Free Schools and Reader, &c. in the Universities of Oxford and Cambridege, and Hospitals, &c. not chargeable.
XXIX. Alien or Denizen assigning his Lands, &c. to his Child, with Intent to defraud the Subsidy, such Child chargeable as an Alien.
XXX. Inhabitants of Cinque Ports for the most Part of the Year before the Grant not chargeable during Resiance.
XXXI. Inhabitants of Rumney Marsh in like manner not chargeable.
XXXII. Regard to be had to Debts and former Subsidies
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Four entire Subsidies presented, at Two several Payments.

Guilds, &c. Corporate and not Corporate, to pay.; Proviso for Apparel, &c.; Two Shillings and Eight-pence of every Pound.; Aliens and Popish Recusants Convict,; Five Shillings and Four-pence of every Pound. Aliens Seven Years old. Popish Recusants Convict,; 17 Years old, or 21 Years old, not having received the Sacrament. Eight-pence Poll.

MOST Gratious Soveraigne Wee your Majesties most dutyfull and Loyall Subjects the Commons assembled in Parliament haveing entred into a due and serious consideration of those difficulties and dangers which have soe long threatened the Peace and exhausted the Treasure of this Kingdome, and well knowing those weighty and important occasions which doe still presse your Majestie, and with all humble thankfulnesse acknowledging the many blessings we enjoy through the Justice and the Peace, the Wisedome and [the (fn. 1) ] Pietie of your Majesties Royall Government doe chearefully and unanimously and with hearts fully and intirely devoted to your Majesties Service humbly present your Majestie with the free Guift of Fower intire Subsidies which wee humbly beseech your Majestie gratiously to accept of as a testimony of the most dutyfull Affections of us your Subjects, And that your Majestie would be pleased that it may be enacted, And be it enacted by the Kings most Excellent Majestie the Lords Spirituall and Temporall and Commons in this present Parliament assembled and by Authoritie of the same That our said Soveraigne Lord the Kings Majestie His Heires and Successors shall have receive and enjoy Fower intire Subsidies to be rated taxed levyed and paid at Two severall Payments of every person Spirituall and Temporall of what Estate or Degree he or they be of according to the tenour of this Act in manner and forme following that is to say That as well every person borne within this Realme of England Wales Towne of Berwicke upon Tweede or other the Kings Dominions as all and every Fraternity Guild Corporation Misterie Brotherhood and Commonaltie Corporate and not Corporate within this Realme of England Wales or other the Kings Dominions being worth Three pounds aswell in Coyne, And the value of every pound that every such Person Fraternitie Guild Corporation Misterie Brotherhood and Commonaltie Corporate or not Corporate hath of his or their owne, or any other hath to his or their use, As alsoe in Plate Stocke of Merchandice, all manner of Corne and Graine Householdstuffe, and of all other Goods moveable aswell within this Realme as without, And of all such summes of money as to him or them is or shall be oweing whereof he or they trust in his or their conscience surely to be paid (except and out of the premisses deducted such summes of money as he or they doe owe and in his or their consciences intend truely to pay, and except alsoe the apparell of every such persons their Wives and Children belonging to their owne Bodyes saveing Jewels Gold Silver Stone and Pearle) shall pay to and for every of the said Subsidyes Two shillings eight pence of every pound, And alsoe every Alien and Stranger borne out of the Kings obeisance aswell Denizens as others inhabiting within this Realme, And alsoe every Popish Recusant Convict, or which before the time of the Assessment of the severall Subsidies by this present Act granted shall be Popish Recusant, Convict, or which are, or shall be indicted for Popish Recusancy, And their Indictments either are or shall be removed by Certiorari, or being not removed shall not by Apparance and Traverse legally discharge their said Indictments at the next Assizes or within two Generall Sessions of the Peace where the said persons shall be indicted respectively, of every pound that he or they shall have in Coyne, and the value of every pound in Plate Corne Graine Merchandize Householdstuffe or other Goods Jewells Chattells Moveables and unmovables as is aforesaid aswell within this Realme as without, And of all summes of money to him or them oweing, whereof he or they trust in his or their consciences to be paid (except and out of the premisses deducted every such Summe and Summes of money which he or they doe owe, and in his or their conscience or consciences intend truely to pay) shall pay to and for every of the said Subsidyes Five shillings and fower pence for every pound, And alsoe that every Alien and Stranger borne out of the Kings Dominions being Denizen or not Denizen not being contributary to any the Rates aforesaid, and being of the age of seaven yeares or above, And every Popish Recusant Convict, or which before the time of the Assessment of the severall Subsidies by this present Act granted shall be a Popish Recusant Convict, and being of the age of seaventeene yeares, or which being of the age of one and twenty yeares hath not received the Holy Coo[m]munion within one yeare then last past shall pay to and for every of the said severall Subsidyes eight pence for every Poll, And the Master or he or she with whom the said Alien is, or shall be abideing at the time of the Taxation or Taxations thereof to be charged with the same for lacke of payment thereof.

II Persons, Corporations, &c. having Lands, &c. of Twenty Shillings yearly Value.

Four Shillings in every Pound; Aliens, &c. Eight Shillings in the Pound.; Proviso for Land chargeable to Tithes and Servants Wages.; Plate, &c. held for Corporations, to be rated.; Land, Corrodies, Fees, &c. Proviso for Ornaments, &c. of the Church.

And be it further enacted by the Authoritie aforesaid That every person borne under the Kings Obeisance and every Corporation Fraternitie Guild Misterie Brotherhood and Commonaltie Corporate or not Corporate for every pound that every of the said persons and every Corporation Fraternity Guild Mistery Brotherhood and Commonaltie Corporate or not Corporate or any other to his or their use both in Fee simple Fee taile for terme of life, terme of yeares by Execution or by Copy of Court Roll of and in any Honours Castles Mannours Lands Tenements Rents Services Hereditaments Annuityes Fees Corrodyes or other yearely Proffitts of the yearely value of Twenty shillings aswell within Auntient Demeasne and other places priviledged as elsewhere, and soe upward shall pay to and for every of the said Fower Subsidies Fower shillings of and for every pound. And every Alien Denizen or not Denizen borne out of the Kings Obeizance, and every Popish Recusant convict of what Estate or Degree soever they be of, or which before the time of the Assessment of the severall Subsidyes by this present Act granted shall be a Popish Recusant convict, or which shall be indited for Popish Recusancy, and their Indictments are or shall be removed by ( (fn. 2) ) Certiorari, or being not removed shall not by Apparance and Traverse legally discharge their said Indictments at the next Assizes, or within two Generall Sessions of the Peace, where the said persons shall be indicted respectively in such case to pay to and for every of the said Fower severall Subsidies Eight shillings for every pound, And that all summes to be presented and chargeable by this Act either for Goods and Debts or either of them or for Lands Tenements and other the premisses as is in this Act contained shall be at every of the said Payments sett and taxed after the rate and proportion according to the true meaning of this Act Lands and Tenements chargeable to the Disms of the Clergy and yearely Wages due to Servants for their yearely Service (other then the Kings Servants, takeing yearely Wages of Five pounds or above) onely excepted and foreprized, And that all Plate Coyne Jewells Goods Debts and Chattells personall and all Lands Tenements and other the premisses as aforesaid being in the rule and custodie of any person or persons to the use of any Corporation Fraternity Guild Mistery Brotherhood or any Commonaltie being Corporate or not Corporate be and shall be rated sett and charged by reason of this Act at the value certifyed by the Presenters in their Certificate for every pound in Goods and Debts as is aforesaid, And for every pound in Lands Tenements Annuityes Fees Corodyes and other yearely Proffitts as is aforesaid, And the summes that are above rehearsed sett and taxed to be levyed and taken of them that shall have such Goods in custody, or otherwise charged for Lands as is before rehearsed, And the same persons and persons and bodyes Corporate by authoritie of this Act shall be discharged against him or them that shall or ought to have the same at the time of the payment or delivery thereof, or at his otherwise departure from the custodie or possession of the same, except and alwayes foreprized from the charge and Assessment of the said Subsidyes all Goods Chattells Jewells and Ornaments of Churches and Chappells which have beene ordained and used in Churches and Chappells for the honour and service of Almighty God.

III. First Two Subsidies how to be rated.

Last Two Subsidies how to be rated.; Sums, Names of Persons charged, and Names of Collectors to be certified to Exchequer.; Payments into the Exchequer in one entire Sum.; Payments in Liberties, &c.

And the first two of the said Fower Subsidyes shall be by Authority aforesaid taxed sessed and rated according to this Act in every Shire Rydeing Lath Wapentake Rape Citty Burrough Towne and every other place within this Realme of England Wales Towne of Berwicke upon Tweede and other the Kings Dominions before the First day of October now next comeing, And the last two of the said Fower Subsidyes shall be by Authoritie aforesaid taxed assessed and rated according to this Act in every Shire Rideing Lath Wapentake Rape Citty Burrough Towne and every other place within this Realme of England Wales Towne of Berwicke upon Tweede and other the Kings Dominions before the First day of March which shall be in the yeare of our Lord One thousand six hundred sixty and three, And the perticular summes of every Shire Riding Burrough Towne and other place aforesaid with the particular names of such as are or shall be chargeable to and for the payment of the two first of the said Fower Subsidyes to be taxed and sett by the Commissioners for the same to be limitted, or two of them at the least with the names of the High Collectors, and in the same forme, shall be certifyed into the Kings Exchequer before the fowerteenth day of October next ensueing, And the two latter before the Fowerteenth day of Aprill then next ensueing And the same summes in forme aforesaid to be taxed to and for the payment of the [said (fn. 3) ] two first of the said fower Subsidyes shall be paid in one intire summe into the Kings Receipte of the Exchequer aforesaid, to the use of our said Soveraigne Lord His Heires and Successors at or before the First day of November now next comeing And the said summes in manner and forme aforesaid to be taxed for the payment of the two last of the said fower Subsidyes shall be paid in one intire summe into the Kings Receipt of the Exchequer aforesaid to the use of our said Soveraigne Lord at or before the First day of May then next following, And the summes abovesaid of and for the said Subsidyes shall be taxed sett asked and demanded taken gathered levyed and paid to the use of our said Soveraigne Lord His Heires and Successors in forme aforesaid aswell within [the (fn. 4) ] Liberties Franchises Sanctuaryes, Auntient Demesnes and other whatsoever places exempt or not exempt as without (except such Shires Places and Persons as shall be foreprized in and by this present Act) Any Grant Charter Prescription Use or Liberty by reason of any Letters Patents or other Priviledge Prescription Allowance for the same or whatsoever other matter or discharge heretofore to the contrary made granted used or obtained notwithstanding.

IV. Absentees, whether Natives or Aliens, to be charged by Certificate of Inhabitants of Place.

Rule by which they are to be charged.

And it is further enacted by Authority of this present Parliament That every such persons aswell such as be borne under the Kings Obeysance, as every other person stranger borne Denizen or not Denizen inhabiting within this Realme or within Wales, Towne of Berwicke upon Tweede or other the Kings Dominions which at the time of the said Assessings or Taxations or any or every of them to be had or made shall be out of this Realme or out of Wales and have Goods Chattells Lands or Tenements Fees or Annuityes or other Proffitts within this Realme or in Wales shall be charged and chargeable for the same by the Certificate of the Inhabitants of the place where such Goods Chattells Lands Tenements or other the Premisses then shall be, or in such place where such person or persons or his or their Factor Deputy or Attourney shall have his or their most resorte unto within this Realme or in Wales in like manner as if the said person were or had beene at the time of the said assessing within this Realme; And that every person abideing or dwelling within or without this Realme shall be charged and chargeable to the said severall Subsidyes granted by this Act according and after the rate of such yearely substance or value of Lands or Tenements Goods Chattells and other the Premisses as every person soe to be charged shall be sett att, at the time of the said Assessing or Taxation upon him to be made and noe otherwise.

V. Commissioners for assessing the King's Household to be appointed by Lord Chancellor, Lord Treasurer, and other great Officers.

And bee it further enacted by the Authority aforesaid That for the assessing and ordering of the said Subsidyes to be duely had the Lord Chauncellour of England or the Lord Keeper of the Great Seale, the Lord Treasurer of England, the Lord President of the Kings Councell, the Lord Privy Seale the Lord Admirall of England, the Lord Steward of the Kings Householde and the Lord Chamberlaine of the Kings most honourable Household for the time being or two of them at the least (whereof the Lord Chauncellour or Lord Keeper of the Great Seale, or the Lord Treasurer for the time being to be one) shall and may name and appoint such and soe many persons as they in their discretions shall thinke fitt to be Coo[m]missioners for the rateing and taxeing of the Honourable Household of the Kings Majestie, in what Shire or other place the said Household shall happen then to be, And the said Chauncellour of England, or Keeper of the Great Seale of England for the time being shall make and direct out of the Court of Chauncery under [the Great Seale one or more Commissions for the [assessing (fn. 5) ] and levying of the said severall Subsidyes according to the true meaning of this Act in manner and forme hereafter expressed for His Majestyes Household unto the persons in manner aforesaid to be nominated.

VI. Commissioners for Counties, &c.

And be it further enacted by the Authority aforesaid That all and every the persons hereafter named shall by vertue of this Act, and without any further Authority or Commission be Commissioners of and for the severall and respective Countyes Cittyes Burroughes Townes and Places hereafter named That is to say

For the County of Bedford

Robert Lord Bruce Sir Humphrey Winch Baronet Richard Tayler William Russell Esquiers Sir Henry Chester Knight of the Bath Sir Humphry Monox Sir Thomas Alston Sir Lodowicke Dyer Sir John Napier Baronets Sir Roger Burgoyn Knight and Baronet, Sir William Beecher Sir George Blundell Knights, Sir Samuell Browne one of the Justices of His Majestyes Court of Common Pleas Sir John Keeling one of [His Majestyes (fn. 6) ] Justices of [the (fn. 7) ] Court of Kings Bench Sir William Palmer of Warden streete Sir William Palmer of Hill Knights John Keeling St John Thompson William Boteler Thomas Snag John Vaux John Osborne Francis Crawley William Spencer Francis Wingate Stephen Anderson Esquiers Sir Clement Armiger Sir John Duncombe Knights Francis Dive James Mountague William Geery Samuell Cotton John Neal John Ventris Robert Audley Robert Crompton Walter Cary Mathew Denton and John Mathewes Esq[uire]s Pawlet St John Esq[uire]

For the Towne of Bedford

Robert Lord Bruce William Russell Esq[uire] Sir Humphry Winch Baronet Richard Tayler Paulet St John John Gardiner Esquiers The Maior for the time being William Risley William Foster Symon Becket William Scott senior Thomas Christie Robert Beverley and Lewis Harding Gentlemen.

For the County of Bucks

Charles Earle of Ancram Thomas Lord Wainman Sir Thomas Tyrrell one of the Justices of the Common Pleas Sir Richard Temple Sir Toby Tyrrell Sir John Burlace Sir Anthony Chester Sir Thomas Proby Sir William Bowyer Sir William Smith Sir Ralph Varney Sir William Drake Sir Thomas Hampson Baronets Sir William Tirringham Knight of the Bath Sir Edmond Pye Knight and Baronet Sir Richard Napper Sir William Parsons Knights Sir Richard Pigott Sir Henry Harbert Sir John Dormer Knights William Fleetwood [Edmond Waller senior Charles Cheney (fn. 8) ] Edmond Waller junior William Penn William Salter Francis Duffield Bret Norton Thomas Duncombe Thomas Hacket William Lane John Egleston Thomas Farrers Cesar Cranmore Thomas Risley Roger Price Peter Dorrell Francis Ingoldsby Edmond Dorrell Thomas Saunders James Herbert Esquiers Sir Thomas Clayton Knight Thomas Wedon Richard Winwood Richard Greenvile and Robert Scawen Esquires Sir John Croke. Baronet Sir Richard Ingoldsby Sir Robert Gears Knights of the Bath Sir Robert Croke Sir Thomas Clargies Knights Robert Croke Richard Hampden William Burlace William Hill Thomas Farrer junior James Low Thomas Stafford Robert Lovet Bernard Turny Thomas Egleton Robert Dormer Francis Tyrryngham George Wyan William Cleaver William Abraham James Perrot John Green Henry Alnut Esquiers The Bayliffe of Buckingham for the time being, and The Maior of Wickham for the time being.

For the Towne of Buckingham

The Bailyffe for the time being Sir Richard Temple Knight of the Bath and Baronet Sir William Smith Baronet Thomas Risley Roger Price Esquiers John Smith Edmond Dayrell John Risley and John Turner Gentlemen.

For the County of Berks

Charles Earle of Ancram John Lovelace Esq[uire] Sir Richard Powle Knight of the Bath Sir George Stonehouse Sir George Pratt, Sir Richard Braham Sir Thomas Draper Sir Thomas Rich Sir Anthony Craven Sir Henry Winchcombe Sir William Backehouse Sir John Fettyplace Sir William Armorer Baronets Sir Edmond Sawyer Sir Robert Pye Sir Thomas Dolman Sir John Davis Knights Richard Nevill Humphry Hyde senior Humphry Hyde junior Thomas Fettiplace George Fettiplace Richard Harrison Robert Packer Richard Aldworth John Blagrave George Blagrave Peregrine Hoby William Barker Anthony Barker William Tayler Humphry Hyde of Hurst. William Barker of Hurst John Elwes Thomas Garret Francis Piget John Southby John Allan William James Nicholas Hyde William Nelson Thomas Saunders Edward Hoby Edward Keat Richard Jones John Hersey Robert Leigh Robert Coston Edward Dalby Henry Proctor Thomas Southby Richard Palmer James Heron Philip Weston Henry Barker Esquiers William Offley Doctor in Law Francis Hungerford Doctor [in (fn. 9) ] Phisicke John Powney Roger Knight Richard Lovelace Roger Draper William Hussey William Baker Hargel Baron George Starkey Esquiers Walter Knight Thomas Seex William Braxton Gabriel Cox John Mundy Thomas Porter Gentlemen, The Maior of Reading for the time being, The Maior of Newbery for the time being, The Maior of Abingdon for the time being, The Maior of Windsor for the time being, and The Maior of Wallingford for the time being.

For the County of Cornwall

Robert Roberts Hender Roberts Esquiers Sir Chichester Wray Sir John Trelawney Sir Richard Vivian Knights and Baronets Sir John Carew Sir John Coryton Sir William Godolphin Baronets Sir Francis Godolphin Sir Richard Edgecombe Sir Nicholas Slanning Knights of the Bath Sir Peter Courtney Sir John Arundell Sir William Godolphin Sir Peter Killigrew Sir James Smith Sir Samuell Cosworth Knights Bernard Greenvile Jonathan Trelawney Richard Arundell Peirce Edgecombe Charles Trevanian William Godolphin, Vinel Vivion John Vivion Hugh Boscowen Francis Buller junior Charles Roscarrock Michaell Vivion Nicholas Arundell William Pendarvis Arthur Spry Thomas Robinson John Tanner John Elliot John Buller John Kendall Thomas Craddon John Cotton Degorie Tremaine Walter Langdon senior Walter Langdon junior John [Nicholas (fn. 10) ] of Trewayne John [Nicholas (fn. 10) ] of Litlewood William Spry George Spry Richard Rous Thomas Achim Charles Grill of Court Thomas Hawkes Joseph Nichols Samuell Trelawney John Trelawney John Polewheele Degory Polewheele [John (fn. 11) ] Rashleigh [Jonathan (fn. 12) ] Rashleigh William Scawne William Trevisa Hugh Piper John Blegh James Praed John St Aubin Richard Penwarden Walter Kendall Nicholas Glyn Henry Spoore senior Henry Spoore junior Richard Ensley Colon Blewet Thomas Piper Francis Luterel John Connock John Bellin Nathaniel Trevanion Christopher Cooke Francis Gregor Ezekiel Arundel James Erisey John Thomas Edward Elliot Thomas Hearle Thomas [Burle (fn. 13) ] Edmond Prideaux [Esquiers. (fn. 14) ]

For the County of Cumberland

Sir Philip Musgrave Sir Partricius Curwen Sir William Dalston Sir George Fletcher Sir John Lowther senior Sir John Lowther junior Sir Edward Musgrave Baronets Sir Thomas Dacres Sir Wilfrid Lawson Sir William Hudlestone Sir William Carleton Sir Philip Howard Sir Francis Salkeld Knights John Dalston Daniel Fleming John Lamplugh Robert Scawen Christopher Musgrave Richard Skelton William Musgrave William Layton George Denton John Eglonby George Tory Robert Highmore William Musgrave of [Croockdake (fn. 15) ] Richard Tolson Anthony Latus William Pennington Edward Stanley John Senhouse senior John Senhouse junior Andrew Hudlestone junior John Senhouse of Seascale Joseph Patrickson Thomas Wibergh [John (fn. 16) ] Irton John Punsonby Leonard Dikes Lancelot Fletcher Richard Lamplugh Esquiers.

For the Citty of Carlisle

The Maior of Carlisle for the time being Sir Philip Howard Knight Christopher Musgrave John Eglonby Esquiers John Tomlinson Mathew Wilkinson William Wilson and Thomas Jackson Gentlemen.

For the County of Cambridge and Isle of Ely

William Lord Allington Sir Dudley North Knight of the Bath Sir William Compton Knight Thomas Chichley Esq[uire] Sir Thomas Wendy Knight of the Bath Sir John Cotton Sir Thomas Willis Sir Thomas Hatton Sir John Cuts Sir George Downing Baronets Sir Thomas Darrell Sir Isaac Thornton Knights Levinus Bennet Roger Pepys John Millicent Humphry Gardner Thomas Story William Lagar William Leggat Jeoffrey Nightingale and Samuel Fortrey Esquiers Mathew Wren William Colvile Thomas Marsh Charles Wren Michael Holman William Fisher Anthony Balam Robert Balam Edward Partrich and Thomas Castle Esquiers.

For the Towne of Cambridge

The Maior for the time being Sir Thomas Slater Baronet Robert Eade Stoyte Doctors of Phisicke Samuel Spalding and Christopher Rose Aldermen.

For the County of Chester

William Lord Brereton Robert Lord Viscount [Chalmondeley (fn. 17) ] Sir Thomas Smith Sir Richard Grosvenor Sir George Warburton Sir Peter Leicester Sir William Stanley Sir Peter Pindar Sir John Bellor Baronets Sir Philip Egerton Sir John Ardern Sir Robert Cotton Sir Foulke Lucy Sir Jeoffrey Shakerley Knights Sir Thomas Wilbraham Baronet Peter Venables Colonel Robinson Henry Leigh Richard Leigh Thomas Leigh Thomas Cholmondeley William Lawton John Crew of Crew Henry Bunbury Edward Warren William Leversage Esquiers and John Ward Gentleman.

For the Citty and County of the Citty of Chester

The Maior for the time being Richard Leving Esq[uire] Recorder Charles Walley Robert Harvey Thomas Thropp Thomas Cooper William Ince Robert Bird Richard Minshul Arthur Walley Aldermen, and the Sheriffes of the Citty for the time being.

For the County of Derby

Henry Viscount Mansfeild William Lord Cavendish Anchitel Gray George Pierpoint Esquiers Sir Thomas Greisley Sir John Curson Sir Francis Burdet Sir John Harper Sir Henry Evory Sir Edward Coke Sir William Boothby Baronets Sir John Harpur Knight John Fretchville German Pale John Ferrers George Vernon John Shalcrosse John Mundy Richard Coke John Milward William Fitzherbert Walter Horton Charles Agard Charles Cotton Gilbert Thacker Henry Gilbert Godfrey Clarke Nicholas Willimott Robert Eyre William Bullocke Edward Vernon John Low George Sitwell Francis Meynell Symon Degg Roger Allestrey John Dalton Esquiers The Maior of Derby for the time being The Maior of Chesterfeild for the time being Thomas Milward George Taylor William Wright Rowland Eyre of Bradway Edmond Browne and Francis Barker Gentlemen.

For the Burrough of Derby

The Maior for the time being Simon Degg Esq[uire] Recorder Roger Allestry John Dalton and Hugh Bateman Esquiers.

For the County of Devon

Arthur Earle of Donegall in the Kingdome of Ireland Sir Hugh Pollard Comptroller of His Majestyes Household Sir William Morrice Principall Secretary of State, Sir John Drake High Sheriffe of the County of Devon Sir Edward Seamour Sir George Chudley Sir Peter Prideaux Sir Thomas Hale Sir Courtney Poole Sir Coplestone Bampfield Sir John Northcot Sir John Chichester of Rawleigh Sir William Courtney Sir Edmond Fowell Sir William Morice Sir Thomas Carew Sir Chichester Wray Baronets Sir Edward Wise Sir John Roll Sir Edward Hungerford Knights of the Bath Sir John Chichester of Hall Sir Henry Carew Sir Richard Prideaux Sir James Smith Sir Thomas Stuckley Sir Robert Carew Sir William Stroud Sir Edmond Fortescue Sir John Davis Baronet Sir Thomas Higgons [Knight (fn. 18) ] Edward Seamour Peter Prideaux John Fowell Arthur Basset Walter Young Francis Drew Robert Fortescue Thomas Clifford Arthur Champernowne Edmond Tremaine John Gifford of Brightley George Yeo Thomas [Scutcote (fn. 19) ] Thomas Carew of Bowhill John Bury John Pollard Richard Cabell John Arscot Nicholas Ducke George Howard Jonathan Sparke Samuell Trelawney George Reynolds Nicholas Dennis Henry Northleigh Josias Calmady Henry. Ford William Walrond Thomas Bere Samuel St Hill Edmond Walrond Henry Stephens Edward Hungerford Henry Nute John Willoughby James Clifford Peter Fortescue of Wood John Tanner Peirce Edgecombe Christopher Clobery Chilston Calmady Richard Coffin and Edmond Fowell Esquiers The Maior of Totnes for the time being The Maior of Plimouth for the time being, The Maior of Barnestable for the time being, The Maior of Dartmouth for the time being, and the Maior of Tiverton for the time being.

For the Citty and County of the Citty of Exon

The Maior for the time being Sir Peter Ball Recorder Sir James Smith Knight Robert Walker John Martin William Bruton Es?rs John Bidgood Doctor of Phisicke Christopher Lethbridge Henry Gaudy Anthony Salter John Butler Allen Penny Aldermen, Thomas Shapcot Henry Walker Samuel Isaac Isaac Maudit senior Gentlemen Nicholas Isaac and John Acland Merchants.

For the County of Dorset

Wolley Miller Esq[uire] High Sheriffe of the County John Lord Digby Sir Edward Nicholas Knight one of His Majestyes Privy Councell Sir John Morton Sir Francis Hollis Sir Gerrard Napper Baronets Sir Francis Fulford Sir John Strangwayes Sir Walter Earle Sir Ralph Bancks Sir John Fitz-James Sir John Low Sir John Strode Sir Nathaniel Napper Sir John Rogers Knights Giles Strangwayes Thomas Freake Humphry Weld Francis Windham John Strangwayes George Pite John Tregonwell of Anderston James Gould John Churchill Humphry Bishop Henry Whittaker Robert Gulleford Bullen Reymes John Rives Councellour at Law Thomas Fownes John Rives of [Darnare (fn. 20) ] Robert Coker Henry Henley John Tregonwell of Milton Thomas Trenchard Robert Lawrence Maximilian Mohun Robert Napper George Hussey Mathew Davies George Strangewayes George Fulford William Thomas Henry Butler George Grey William Okeden Robert Seamour Robert Tiderleigh John Ironside Arthur Fowkes George Trenchard Thomas Hussey of Edmondisham Peter Hoskins John Abington Esquiers. The Maior and Bayliffes of Dorchester for the time being, The Maior and Bayliffes of Weymouth and Melcombe Regis for the time being, The Maior of Shaston for the time being, The Maior of [Lynn (fn. 21) ] for the time being, and the Bayliffes of Bridport for the time being.

For the Towne and County of Poole

The Maior for the time being Anthony Etricke Esq[uire] Recorder William Scutt Esq[uire] Robert Lewen Samuel Bramble Gentlemen and Robert Cleaves Merchant.

For the Bishoprick of Durham

Sir Thomas Davison High Sheriffe Sir John Conyers Sir Thomas Gore Sir Nicholas Cole Sir Gilbert Gerrard Knights and Baronets Sir James Pavering Baronet Sir Thomas Widrington Sir William Blackstone of Newton Sir Francis Anderson Sir Francis Bowes Knights Thomas Shadford Nicholas Frevill William Blackstone of Piddington Esquiers Colonel John Tempest Roger Talbot Esq[uire] Thomas Burwell Doctor of the Lawes Ralph Davison [Samuel Davison (fn. 22) ] Charles Gerard Esquiers The Maior of Durham Thomas Swinborne John Swinborne Esquiers Colonel John Byerly Henry Lamton Cutbard Care Esq[uire] Baron John Hilton Mr Gabriel Jackson Captaine Edward Gower Major Charles Belleses Captaine Barnes Mr Morland of Durham and James Moore Gentlemen.

For the West Rideing of the County of Yorke.

Henry Viscount Irwin George Viscount Castleton Thomas Lord Fairefax Sir Francis Fane Knight of the Bath Conyers Darcey Esq[uire] Sir Francis Worthley Sir George Savill Sir Thomas Osborne Baronets Sir Richard Maleverer Sir John Goodrick Knights and Baronets Sir John Reasby Sir John Key Sir Francis Bland Sir John Armatage Sir William Ingleby Sir William Rokeby Sir Solomon Swale Sir Godfrey Copley Sir George Wynn Sir John Jackson Sir Thomas Slingsby Sir George Cooke Sir Thomas Yarborough Baronets Sir John Lewis Knight and Baronet Sir Thomas Wharton Sir Francis Fane junior Knights of the Bath Sir Richard Tanckred Sir Jordan Crosland Sir Thomas Wentworth Sir John Dawney Sir Miles Stapleton Sir Edmond Jennings Sir Thomas Widrington Sir William Lowther Sir Francis Goodrick Sir William Ingram Sir Christopher Clapham Sir Ralph Knight Knights Walter Hawkesworth Robert Wivel Thomas Danby Francis Nevill Esquiers Thomas Burwell Doctor of Lawes Thomas Stringer John Vincent John Rickard Welbury Norton Richard Hutton Henry Arthington John Beibbie Walter Strickland William Markington Francis Rockley Richard Mounteny Walter Calverley Henry Atkinson Charles Tanckred Ambrose Pudsey William Stockdale William Hammond William Drake Edward Parker of Bowson Inglebert Leeds Cuthbert Wade James Moseley John Stahhop Nicholas Stable Robert [Branding (fn. 23) ] Roger Portington John Thornhill William Wombell Francis White Esquiers Michael Fawkes Jonathan Jennings Henry Redshaw John Preston William Witham Henry Tompson John Doddesworth Benjamin Wade James Moseley Gentlemen, The Maior of Rippon for the time being The Maior of Doncaster for the time being The Maior of Pontefract for the time being, and The Maior of Leeds for the time being.

For the North Rideing of the County of Yorke

Sir Thomas Gower Knight and Baronet High Sheriffe of the County Charles Lord St John Robert. Lord Bruce Conyers Darcy [Charles (fn. 24) ] Darcy James Darcy Esquiers Sir Christopher Wivell Sir William Chomley Baronets Sir John Goodrick Knight and Baronet Sir John Hotham Sir Metealfe Robinson Sir Solomon Swale Sir Henry Stapleton Sir David Fowles Sir John Lowther Sir Roger Langley Sir William Caley Sir Christopher [Windeford (fn. 25) ] Sir George Marwood Sir Richard Graham Sir William Franckland Baronets Sir Robert Strickland Sir Richard Tanckred Sir Jordan Crosland Sir William Dalton Sir James Pennyman Sir Thomas Ingram Sir Henry Cholmley Sir Thomas Heblethwaite Sir Henry Franckland Sir Joseph Craddocke Knights Henry Chater Edward Gower James Medcalfe William Wedle Walter Strickland Mathew Hutton Thomas Danby John Turner John Beverley Humphry Wharton Charles Bellassis. Reynold Graham Major Norton William Fielding William Robinson Robert Layton Roger Talbot Edward Croft Charles Tankard Robert Belt John Calverley Timothy Malevorer John Dodsworth William Tompson William Wickham Edward Trotter Anthony Lowther Thomas Norton Roger Colvel William Medcalfe Henry Blackstone Walter Lister John Gibson Thomas Worsley Esquiers Major Edward Gower Major William Gower James Moore Francis Driffield Thomas Langdale John Smith Christopher Keld Henry Crosland Lampley William Trueman Gentlemen, The Alderman of Richmond for the time being, and the Bayliffes of Scarborough for the time being.

For the East Rideing of the County of Yorke

Sir John Hotham Sir Francis Boynton Sir Watkinson Paler Sir Robert Hilliard Sir Thomas Rudston Sir Hugh Bethel Sir John Leadyard Baronets Sir Thomas Northcliffe Sir Philip Monckton Sir Mathew Appleyard Sir Francis Kobb Sir Thomas Remington Sir Thomas Heblethwait Knights Tobias Jenkins Stephen Tompson Michaell Warton Thomas Grantham Durand Hotham Hugh Lister John Constable John Lister Henry Holmes Christopher Hilyard Walter Bethell George Mountague John Vavasour John Headlum William Osbaldston William Grimston Robert Sotheby Thomas Crumpton Samford Nevill William Gee Richard Ledgeard Tobias Hodgson Richard Tompson Henry Hilyard Francis Wright Edward Barnard Thomas Hesket Gregory Creyke William Harpham Thomas Anlaby Alexander Rookesby Esquiers Thomas Swan Leonard Robinson William Blunt Lewins Edward Gray junior William Dobson William Thompson Gentlemen, The Maior of Hedon for the time being, and The Maior of Beverley for the time being.

For the Citty and County of the Citty of Yorke.

The Lord Maior for the time being Thomas Lord Fairefax Sir Medcalfe Robinson Sir Thomas Slingsby Baronets Sir John Goodrick Knight and Baronet Sir Miles Stapleton Knight John Scot Esq[uire] James Brooke Christopher Topham George Lamplough George Mancklins Edward Elwick Cressey Burnet Henry Tyreman Christopher Breary John Tayler John Kilvington James Bawtrey Richard Hewet Aldermen Tobias Jenkins Thomas Robinson Lewis Darcy William Fairefax Henry Fairefax Richard Hutton Thomas Hesketh James Moysyer, Esq[uire] George Aslaby Gentleman Mr William Richardson Mr Richard Rawlinson Mr Francis Brice Mr John Lotus Mr Philip Herbert Mr John Thompson Mr Francis Chadderton Mr George Mangie and Mr James Moseley Citizens.

For the Towne and County of Kingston upon Hull.

The Maior for the time being Richard Wilson William Dobson Robert Ripley William Maister Robert Berier William Foxley William Ramsden Christopher Richardson George Crowle Richard Robinson Robert Bloome and William Skinner Aldermen.

For the County of Essex

Sir Edward Turner Knight Speaker of the House of Coo[m]mons Charles Lord Rich Sir Harbotle Grimston Master of the Rolls Edward Russell Banestree Mainard Esquiers Sir John Barington Knight and Baronet Sir Henry Appleton Sir William Ayloffe Sir William Hicks Sir Thomas Nightingale Sir William Wiseman of Canfeild Sir Andrew [Gennour (fn. 26) ] Sir Richard Everard Baronets Sir Capell Luckin Knight and Baronet Sir Martin Lumley Baronet Sheriffe of the County Sir Samuell Tryan Sir Henry Wright Sir Thomas Smith Sir Thomas Cambell Baronets Sir Thomas Abdy Sir Robert Abdy Sir William Wiseman of Rivenhall Knights and Baronets Sir James Altham Sir John Brampstone Knights of the Bath Sir Humphrey Mildmay Sir John Tyrell Sir Richard Wiseman Sir Gobert Barington Sir Richard Everard Sir Anthony Browne Sir Thomas Bowes Sir Thomas Fanshaw Sir Henry Wroth Sir Edmond Pierce Sir Thomas Gardner Sir Henry Clarke Sir Robert Brookes Sir Mundeford Brampstone Sir John Shaw Sir Cranmer Herris Sir William Batten Knights John Archer Sergeant at Law John Bendish Charles Fitch George Scot Gamaliel Capel Richard Samms Charles Mainard Thomas St George Anthony Luther Thomas Meade Robert Clarke Peter [Soame (fn. 27) ] Anthony Maxie Thomas Argall James Milburne Tristram Conyers Henry Peert John Eldred senior Oliver Reymond Salter Herris John Godbold Robert Joselin John Eldred junior Thomas Midleton William Wright of Stanstead Mount Fitchet William Glascock of Farmham Thomas Luther Thomas Roberts John James Richard Cooper John Turner John Atwood John Joselin Giles Dent John Tyrell Stephen Smith William Appleton James Silverlock Henry Ayloffe John Simons John Berners Henry Woolleston Robert Mildmay of Tarting Thomas Bland Henry Wight Edward Glascocke William Holecroft Edward Shelton Thomas Manby and Thomas Lucy Esquiers.

For the Towne of Colchester

The Maior of Colchester for the time being Sir John Shaw Knight Recorder John Eldred junior Esq[uire] Thomas Reynolds ( (fn. 28) ) Andrew Fromantell Henry Lambe John Brasier Aldermen Thomas Talcot Esq[uire] Edmond Thurston and George Sandford Gentlemen.

For the Towne of Malden

Rubin Robinson John Hart Bayliffes Francis Brampstone Esq[uire] Recorder Plumbe Francis Gurney and James Sterling Aldermen.

For the Towne of Harwich

The Maior for the time being Thomas King Gentleman John Eldred junior Recorder Daniel Smith Arthur Hawkes Thomas Keyes Aldermen.

For the Liberty of Havering

Robert Cheeke Carew Harvey alias Mildmay Francis Brampstone Esquires John Thorowgood and Thomas Legatt Gentlemen.

For the County of Gloucester

Henry Lord Herbert James Earle of Newburgh John Viscount Tracy Sir Henry Capell Knight of the Bath Sir Baynham Throckmorton Sir Henry Fredericke Thynne Sir Richard Ashfeild Sir Edward Batthurst Sir John Howe Sir William Ducy Sir William. Kite Sir Richard Cox Sir Francis Henry Lea Baronets Sir Robert Pointz Sir Robert Atkins Knights of the Bath Sir William Catchmay Sir Nicholas Throckmorton Sir Baynham Throckmorton Knights Sir Christopher Gyse Baronet Sir William Morton Knight one of His MaMaj[es]tiesties Sergeants at Law Sir John Fettiplace Sir Gabriell Low Sir Edward Fusse Sir Thomas Howe Sir Thomas Stephens Sir Humphrey Hooke Sir Edmond Wray Sir John Seymour Sir Thomas Overbury Sir John Newton Knights George Mountague John Grubham Howe William Dutton William Berkley William Coope Philip Shepherd Henry Sims Richard Atkins Thomas Chester John Smith Thomas Majsters Thomas Seamour Thomas Escourt Henry Poole William Bourchier John Chamberlin John Winter William Try John Cotherington William Straford William Cope Robert Oldesworth John George Richard Dowdeswell Duncombe Colchester William Leigh Francis Norwood Richard Baugh John Stephens John Barum Henry Guyse Richard Daston Esquiers Evan Seyes Sergeant at Law Richard Stephens Edward Rich Silvanus Wood Thomas Horton Fleetwood Dormer Richard Whitmore Samuel Cothrington [...] Rutter Esquiers Thomas Trye William Batson Henry Browne Conway Whitterne Edward Chamberlin Thomas Ayleway Gentlemen and The Bayliffes of Tewksbury for the time being.

For the Citty and County of the Citty of Gloucester.

William Russell the present Maior and the Maior of the said Citty for the time being James Earle of Newburgh Sir William Morton Knight one of His Majestyes Sergeants at Law Recorder of the said Citty Sir Edward Massey Knight Evan Seyes Sergeant at Law Robert Fielding Doctor of Phisicke Henry Cugley James Stephens Aldermen Thomas Williams Esq[uire] John Powell Thomas Yates [Thomas Price (fn. 29) ] John Woodward Anthony Arnold Henry Ockold John-Wagstaffe and Henry Fowler Aldermen.

For the County of Huntington

Lord Mandevill George Mountague John Barnard Richard Elmes Esquiers Sir Francis Compton Knight Sir John Cotton Sir John Hewet Baronets Sir Robert Bernard Knight and Baronet Robert Appreece John Ferrer Henry Williams Nicholas Pedley Lyonell Walden Robert Payne John Heron and Richard Nayler Esquiers

For the Towne of Huntington

Lord Mandeville Sir John Cotton Baronet Henry Williams Lyonel Walden Lawrence Thockington Esquiers The Maior for the time being Richard Weaver Thomas Ashton Thomas Judson and James Faireside Gentleman.

For the County of Hertford

Sir Edward Turner Knight Speaker of the House of Commons Thomas Lord Fanshaw Sir Thomas Fanshaw Knight of the Honourable Order of the Bath William Willoughby William Cecill Algernoone Cecil Esquiers Sir Thomas Leventhorpe Bart Sir Harbotle Grimston Baronet Master of the Rolls Sir Heneage Fetherstone Sir Brocket Spencer Sir Erasmus [Harvey (fn. 30) ] Baronets Sir Richard Atkins Sir Richard Francklin Knights and Baronets Sir Philip Boteler Sir Ralph Baesh Knights of the Bath Sir Edward Atkins one of the Barons of His Majestyes Court of Exchequer Edward Gardner Edward Cason James Willimot Richard Goulston Thomas Dacres Arthur Pulter George Nedha? Thomas Coppin Ralph Gore Henry Beecher Thomas Stanley Thomas Dockwray John Heyden Robert Austin William Hale Arthur Sparkes John Fortherley Marmaduke Royden John Jesson Edward Atkins Esquiers Sir Thomas Dacres Sir Henry Cesar Sir Rowland Litton Sir John Gore Sir Harry Conisby Sir John Watts Sir Francis Boteler Sir Henry Blunt Sir Humphrey Gore Sir John Hale Sir William Glascock Knights Ralph Freeman junior Richard Jennings Edmond Feild Edmond Smith Robert Sadler Edward Briscoe William Minoes Richard Gamon Esquiers Thomas Arris Dean Doctors of Phisicke Henry Chauncey Ralph Freeman senior Esquiers George Bramley John Ellis Gentlemen Humphrey Shalcrosse senior Shalcrosse Gentlemen, and The Maior of Hertford for the time being.

For the Burrough of St. Albanes

Algernoone Cecill Esq[uire] Sir Harbotle Grimston [Baronet (fn. 31) ] Master of the Rolls Sir Harry Conisby Sir Richard Comes Knights, The Maior of the Towne for the time being John Simpson Esq[uire] Recorder Edmond Smith Thomas Dockwray Robert Sadler Richard Jennings William Cotton Esq[uire]s Edward Haynes Thomas Cowley [junior (fn. 31) ] William Marston Gentlemen Thomas Arris Doctor of Phisicke Thomas Oxton John Briscoe Charles Chamberlaine Edward Fames and John Jesson Gentlemen.

For the County of Hereford

John Lord Viscount Scudamore James Scudamore Walter Brabason Esquiers Sir John Scudamore Sir Edward Harley Knights of the Bath Sir James Bridges Sir John Kirle Sir William Powell Baronets Sir Edward Hopkins Sir Thomas Tomkins Sir Herbert Perrot Knights Sir Job Charleton Knight Sergeant at Law and Cheife Justice of Chester Roger Vaughan Thomas Whitney John Price Fitz-William Coningsby John Scudamore senior Thomas Price Herbert Aubrey senior Thomas Harley Herbert Westfailing Humphrey Cornwall John Scudamore junior John Barnaby of Cannon-pion James Pitts John Birch Francis Unitt Richard Hopton Thomas Cocks John Hanford High Sheriffe John Booth of Hereford Thomas Cornwall Herbert Awbrey junior John Vaughan John Skipp William Dansey Thomas Rodd Richard Rodd Humphrey Baskervill of Pentreloes Edward Cornwell Thomas Wigmore Rudhale Guyllim Bennet Hoskins William Lambe Nicholas Walwin Timothy Colles John Vaughan of Hergast William Gregory Edmond Greene Esquiers Edward Alderne Doctor of Law Thomas Geers Humphrey Tayler of Withrington Herbert Maisters William Whittington John Booth of Breynton John Gwillim of Wellingson John Karvars of Upton Edward Rodd Gentlemen And the Bayliffe of Leominster for the time being

For the Citty of Hereford

The Maior for the time being John Lord Viscount Scudamore High Steward Roger Vaughan Herbert Westfailing Pridstock Harford junior Thomas Price Esquiers Richard Philpots William Gregory William Philips James Lawrence Aldermen Robert Symonds Nicholas Philpots Thomas Paynard and Jerome Addis Gentlemen.

For the County of Kent

Sir Thomas [Peyston (fn. 32) ] Sir Roger Twisden Sir Edward Hale Sir Edward Monnis Sir John Sidley Sir Edward Deereing Sir John Rivers Sir Thomas Stile Sir Oliver Boteler Sir Norton Knatchbull Sir John Tufton Sir Richard Hardresse Sir Robert Austin Baronets Sir William Wilde Baronet one of His Majesties Sergeants at Law Sir Theophilus Biddolph Sir Marmaduke Gresham Sir William Meredeth Baronets Sir George Sands Knight of the Bath Sir Stephen Leonard Sir Phillip Warwicke Sir John Darell Sir Edward Filmer Sir Anthony Aucher Sir Francis Clarke Sir William Swan Sir William Hugeson Sir William Boreman Sir John Marsham Sir John Maynee Sir Richard Sandys Sir Nicholas Crispe Sir John Shaw Sir Edward Maisters Knights Sir Thomas Twisden one of the Justices of His Majestyes Court of Kings Bench Nicholas Toke High Sheriffe John Heath Attourney of the Dutchy Robert Barnham John Knatchbull John Boyes of Fretchvill George Newman James Brockman Thomas Lambert George Pollhill Thomas Culpeper of Bedgebury Francis Lovelace Recorder of Canterbury Edward Finch Richard Amhurst Richard Allen Recorder of Rochester Thomas Flood Maurice Diggs William Cage Thomas Harlakenden Philip [Parker (fn. 33) ] Anthony Fowle Henry Gilburne Richard Hulse John Horsemanden Edward Hales Edmond Tooke Samuell Boys William. Dike Thomas Hardresse George. Boreman Thomas Pecke John Scott of Langley and Stephen Alcock senior Esquiers.

For the Citty and County of Canterbury

The Maior for the time being Sir William Man Sir Edward Maister Knights Francis Lovelace Esquire Recorder of the said Citty Thomas Hardresse John [West (fn. 34) ] Esquiers William Stanley and Henry Twiman Aldermen.

For the Citty of Rochester

The Maior of Rochester for the time being Sir Francis Clarke Knight Richard Allen Esq[uire] Recorder George Newman Fardinando Marsham Stephen Alcock senior Esquiers Richard Head and Robert Fowler Gentlemen.

For the Towne of Maidstone The Maior for the time being.

For Gravesend and Milton The Maior for the time being.

For Quinborough The Maior for the time being.

For the parts of Lindsey in the County of Lincolne.

George Viscount Castleton Robert Lord Willoughby of Earsby William Willoughby Esq[uire] Sir Philip Tyrwhitt Sir Robert Bowles Sir William Hickman Sir William Wray Sir Edward Barkham Sir John Anderson Sir George Wynne Baronets Sir John Mounson Knight of the Bath and [Baronets (fn. 35) ] Sir Adrian Scroope Knight of the Bath Sir Martin Lister Sir Charles Dallison Sir Edward Rosseter Sir Edward Ascough Sir Thomas Meeres Sir Francis Goodrick Knights Sir John Mounson the younger Michaell Warton Philip Tyrwitt Charles Pelham junior William Oldfeild Jervas Holles Marmaduke Dorrell William Broxholme Charles Pelham senior William Fitzwilliams Edward Turney William Marwood George Heley Anthony Weberley James Moseley Cecill Tyrwhitt William Bard William Anderson John Boles ( (fn. 35) ) Esquiers and the Maior of Grimsby for the time being.

For the Citty and County of the Citty of Lincolne.

Mr. Robert Rosse Maior of the said Citty Sir Robert Bolle Baronet Sir Thomas Meeres Knight John Bolle Esq[uire] William Bishop Edward Blow Richard Wetherell Henry Morley Richard Kyte John Kent Aldermen Mr Wilson of Sheepwash Mr Robinson of Bramston and Mr John Johnson.

For the Parts of Holland

Sir Anthony Oldfeild Baronet Sir Henry Heron Knight of the Bath Sir Anthony Irby Knight Thomas Browne Thomas Hall Mathew Woolmer Anthony Oldfeild John Empson Thomas Thory John Jay John Lockton Henry Burrell Esquiers Joseph Whiteing Daniell Rhodes Samuell Jackson Anthony Hall Charles Rushworth Gentlemen and the Maior of Boston for the time being.

For the Parts of Kestaven

Sir William Thorold Knight and Baronet William Mountague Esq[uire] the Queenes Majestyes Attourney Generall Sir Thomas Hussey Sir Michaell Armine Sir John Brownelowe Sir Robert Markham Sir Thomas Williamson Sir William Trollop Sir John Newton Sir Charles Hussey Sir Richard Rothwell Baronets Sir Francis Fane Knight of the Bath Sir John Walpoole Knight George Sherard Richard Brownlow Anthony Thorold Lewis Palmer Erasmus Deligne Christopher Nevill Charles Dymocke John White William Savill John Hatcher Henry Hall Redmaine Burrell John Saunders Charles Baudes William Blith William Welby Edward King Henry Stone William Revit Adam Claypoole Thomas Willoughby Stephen Rothwell Edward Skipwith William Stafford Francis Wingfeild Thomas Skipwith Anthony Tredway And the Aldermen of Grantham and Stamford for the time being.

For the County of Leicester

Thomas Armstone Esq[uire] High Sheriffe John Lord Roos Thomas Lord Beaumont Viscount Swords Bennet Lord Sherrard John Gray Esq[uire] Sir George Villiers Sir Thomas Halford Sir John Bale Sir Wollaston Dixie Sir Thomas Smith Sir John Prettyman Sir Verney Noell Sir Henry Hudson Baronets Sir William Hartoppe Knight George Fawnt Henry Nevill Thomas Merry William Halford Mathew Babington William Skeffington Richard Lister William Boothby William Whaley Richard Verney Richard Brudenall William Streete William Allicock Walter Rudeing William Cole Roger Roe William Roberts Samuell Jervis Richard Orton Richard Halford Thomas Bradgate Richard Bradgate of Litle Peatlin William Belgrave John Mitton George Ashby Thomas Staveley John Danvers John Chamberlaine John Nedham William Quarles John Hacket John Cave Thomas Hood John Morton William Bent William Watts John Barwell Wiseman neere Loughborrough Wilson John Nedham Francis Chamberlaine William Leeke William Gilbert and Henry Gibbon Esquiers.

For the Burrough of Leicester

Daniell Deacon [Malter (fn. 37) ] Rudeings Henry Hungate Robert Tyrringham Richard Mason Robert Harding Esquires Thomas Overing Thomas Browne George Reasons William Major John Clarke William Stubbins and Daniell Coates Gentlemen.

For the County Palatine of Lancaster

Charles Earle of Ancram Richard Lord Gorge Edward Stanley William Stanley William Spencer Esquires Sir Robert [Bindles (fn. 38) ] Sir George Midleton Sir Ralph Ashton of Midleton Sir Edward Moseley Baronets Sir Gilbert Ireland Sir Roger Bradsheigh Sir Henry Slater Sir Jeoffrey Shakerley and Sir John Harrison Knights John Heath Esq[uire] Attourney of the Dutchy of Lancaster Robert Holt Thomas Greenhalth Lawrence Rawstone Richard Kirkby Thomas Norris John Molineux Nicholas Moseley Richard Fleetwood of Roshall Ambrose Pudsey Richard Legh Edward Rigby Leonard Egerton Es?s Jeoffrey Rishton Doctor in Phisicke William Farrington Thomas Preston John Girlington Thomas Carus Roger Nowell Edward Fleetwood Thomas Bradell John Lightboune John Entwisle Henry Banister Hugh Dickenson Alexander Rigby of Layton Robert Rawlinson Mathew Richardson Alexander Osbaldeston Nicholas Towneley of Royle John Parker of Extwisle William Radley Thomas Ashton William Bankes junior John Birch Esquiers Thomas Hawarden Nicholas Fasakerley Gentlemen The Maior of the Towne of Lancaster for the time being, and the Maior of the Towne of Preston for the time being.

For the Burrough of Wigan

The Maior for the time being and Richard Penington Esquire Recorder.

For the Burrough of Liverpoole

The Maior for the Time being.

For the Burrough of Clitherowe

The In-Bayliffe for the time being

For the County of Midlesex

Sir Edward Turner Knight Speaker of the Honourable House of Commons Edward Russell George Mountague Christopher Hatton James Sheffeild Thomas Coventry Esquiers Sir Henry Bennet Principall Secretary of State John Ashburnham Esct one of His Majestyes Bedchamber Edward Progers Esq[uire] one of His Majestyes Bedchamber Sir Harbotle Grimston Baronet and Master of the Rolls Sir Heneage Finch Baronet His Majestyes Solliciter Generall Sir Gilbert Gerrard Sir Thomas Fisher Sir Henry Wood Sir Thomas Adams Sir John Robinson Sir Richard Browne Sir Richard Francklin Sir Joseph Ash Sir Reginald Forster Sir William Roberts Baronets Sir John Brampston Sir Robert Atkins Sir John Nicholas Sir John Bennet Knights of the Bath Sir Christopher Abdy Sir Henry Herbert Sir Thomas Allen Sir Nicholas Crispe Sir Thomas Rowe Sir William Bateman Sir Lancelot Lake Sir Henry Wroth Sir Thomas Ingram Sir Francis Gerrard Sir Thomas Clergies Sir Thomas Player junior Sir Thomas Byde Sir William Ryder Sir Clifford Clifton Sir Gilbert Gerard Knights Sir Thomas Trevor Baronet Sir Thomas Ingram Sir Philip Warwicke Knights Sir Jeremy Whitchcot Baronet John Heath Esq[uire] Attourney of the Dutchy John Trever Charles Cornwallis Humphry Weld William Ashburnham Francis Crawley George Pitt John Carey Thomas Allen Thomas Lake Henry Barker John Browne Edwin Rich Francis Bloomer Joseph Ayliffe Thomas Bales Thomas Swallow Richard Peacock Charles Cheney Francis Phillips William Hill George Day George Marsh Nicholas Bacon John Page Christopher Eyres Thomas Lucy William Meggs Thomas Collett Ralph Hawtry Henry Murrey William Waters John Hawtry Thomas Povey Richard Dunton James Hawley Erasmus Moyse Charles Pitfield Thomas Harrison Thomas Wharton Michaell Holman John Smith William Gouldesborough Richard Abell John Wilford Giles Hungerford John Jones Samuell Reeve John Wandeford Richard Cheney Richard Proctor and James Norfolke Es?.

[For the Liberty of the Dutchy of Lancaster

Sir Thomas Trevor Baronet Sir Thomas Ingram Sir Philip Warwicke Sir Gilbert Gerrard junior Knights John Heath Attourney of the Dutchy John Trevor Esq[uire]. (fn. 39) ]

For the Citty of Westminster

Sir Edward Turner Knight Speaker of the House of Commons Sir William Morrice Knight Sir Henry Bennet Knight Principall Secretaryes of State Thomas Elliot Esq[uire] one of His Majestyes Bedchamber Sir William Playter Sir John Rous Baronets Sir Edmond Pye Knight and Baronet Sir John Nicholas Sir John Denham Knights of the Bath Sir Lancelot Lake Sir Henry Herbert Knights George Mountague Daniell Oneale Esquiers Sir Philip Warwicke Sir Richard Everard Sir Thomas Meeres Sir Edward Philmer Sir Thomas Ingram Sir John Talbot Sir Charles Cotterell Sir Edward Ford Sir Thomas Higgons Sir Robert Pye Sir Edward Broughton Sir Hugh Cartwright Sir Thomas Litleton Sir Clement Fisher Sir William Poultney Sir John [Baker (fn. 40) ] Sir John Birkenhead Sir Charles Harboard Sir Robert Long Sir Edmond Pye and Sir William Armorer Knights John Harvey John Trevor Charles Whitaker Reighnall Graham Thomas Povey Esquiers Edward Greaves Doctor of Phisicke Phisition in Ordinary to His Majestie Thomas Coppin William Glascocke Bullen Reymes Edmond-Bury Godfrey [Thomas (fn. 41) ] Lucie Thomas Morris Robert Philmer Maurice Kingwell Ralph Halsell Thomas Russell John Browne Richard Atkins William Dallen Thomas Bates William Leg William Hardopp Thomas Windham Edmond Warcupp Stephen Fox Esquiers William [Waterman (fn. 42) ] Phisition in Ordinary to His Majestie Richard Mason Henry Pecke George Farewell James Norfolke Esquiers James Maisters Doctor of the Civill Law William Hoare Doctor of Phisicke The two High Burgesses of Westminster for the time being Humphry Wortly Bryan Barnaby Francis Dorrington William Gape Walter Lapp and John Throckmorton Gentlemen.

For the Citty of London

Sir John Robinson Knight and Baronet Lord Maior and the Maior for the time being Sir Thomas Adams Sir Richard Browne Sir Thomas Allen Knights and Baronets Sir John Fredericke Knight and Richard Cheverton Aldermen Sir William Wilde Knight and Baronet one of His Majestyes Sergeants at Law and Recorder of the said Citty Sir Abraham Cullen Baronet Sir William Tompson Sir John Lawrence Sir Anthony Bateman Sir Thomas Chamberlaine Sir George Binion Sir Theophilus Biddolph Sir George Smith Sir Thomas Bludworth Sir William Turner and Sir Andrew King Sir Richard Ford Knights Sir William Wale Sir William Bateman Knights John Jones Esq[uire] Francis Meynell John Saunders William Bolton Aldermen George Noeds Deputy Alderman Thomas Gore Henry Dunster John Jolliffe Thomas Turgis Robert Lant Edward Clagget Thomas Bromfeild Esquiers Richard Mills Esq[uire] Treasurer of St Bartholimewes Hospitall Robert Bidolph Nicholas Penning Benjamine Albin Richard Spencer Edward Arris Thomas Canham Esquiers.

For the County of Monmouth

Henry Lord Herbert of Ragland William Lord Herbert of Cardiffe Sir Edward Morgan Sir Trever Williams Sir Thomas Morgan Baronets Sir George Probert Sir Bainham Throckmorton Knights Thomas Morgan of Tredegar William Morgan of the same William Jones of Treowen Edward Progers Charles Proger-Herbert Henry Baker Edmond Morgan Harry Probarts Thomas Lewis of St Peere William Morgan of Pencreeke Thomas Hughes Thomas Morgan of Penrose Charles Hughes Charles Van of Coldrey William Herbert William Jones Lewis Morgan Henry Morgan of Penlloyn-search Roger Oates Edward Kemys of Bertholey Roger Williams Henry Chambers Philip Cecill George Gwyn John Parry James Prichard of Campson Thomas Williams of Carlion Walter Morgan of Landilo Walter Rumsey John Walter Esquiers George Morgan of Pulhead Christopher Perkins John Rumsey William Williams Roger Aldy Gentlemen and the Maior of the Towne of Monmouth for the time being.

For the County of Northampton

Robert Viscount Mandevill Obrian Viscount Cullen Charles Lord [de le (fn. 43) ] Spencer George Mountague Edward Mountague Christopher Hatton Esquiers Sir Thomas Crew Robert Spencer Esq[uire] Sir Jeoffrey Palmer His Majestyes Attourney Generall William Mountague Esq[uire] the Queenes Attourney Generall Sir Justinian Isham Sir Thomas Cave Sir Samuell Danvers Sir Roger Norris Sir William Dudley Sir George Boswell Baronets Sir Edward Griffin Sir William Fleetwood Sir Samuell Jones Sir John Bernard of Abingdon Sir James Langham Knights Sir Richard Rainsford Knight Sergeant at Law Lewis Palmer William Stafford George Clarke Humphrey Orme Francis Lane Maurice Tresham Ferdinando Marsham George Tresham Philip Holman John Cartwright William Coe William Bugby William Tate Charles Proger Herbert William Downhall Richard Kinsman Miles Fleetwood Edward Onely John Syers William Washborne Edward Palmer Edmond Sawyer Robert Clarke Thomas Cole George Wake John Browne Henry Edmonds William Haslewood Robert Pergiter junior Bryan[Johnson (fn. 44) ] Christopher Pickering Tanfeild Mulsho Francis Crane Edward Harby junior Walter Kirkham John Ward Richard Nailer Thomas Roan Alexander Ekins Christopher Thursby John Lynne Francis Kirkham Goddard Pemberton John Ekins John Delavall Henry Robinson of Caster Esquiers William Langham Thomas Wright Doctors in Phisicke And the Maior of Higham Ferrers for the time being.

For the Towne of Northampton

The Maior for the time being Thomas Thornton Edward Collis Jonathan Whiston Aldermen Salathiell Lovell James Coles Esquiers Mr William Kimbole Mr John Bromfeild and Mr William Vaughan.

For the County of Nottingham

Henry Lord Mansfeild Gilbert Lord Haughton Anchetill Gray Esq[uire] William Pierrepoint Esq[uire] Partricius Lord Chaworth Sir Jervis Clifton Knight and Baronet Sir George Savill Sir William Hickman Baronets Arthur Stanhop William Byron Esquiers Sir Clifford Clifton Knight Sir Thomas Williamson Sir William Willoughby Sir Francis Mullenaux Baronets Sir John Digby Knight Anthony Eyre Francis Leeke Robert Pierrepoint William Stanhop John Grubham How William Palmer Cecill Cooper Isham Perkins William Harboard Anthony Gilby Francis Sandis Francis Stringer Penniston Whalley William Sacheverell Thomas Women Thomas Charlton James Moseley William Clarkson William Cartwright Acton Burnell William Sandys Rowland Dan William Willoughby and Thomas Roffell Esquiers.

For the Towne of Nottingham

The Maior for the time being Arthur Stanhop Esq[uire] Sir Jervas Cliffton Knight and Baronet Robert Pierrepoint Esq[uire] Sir Clifford Clifton Knight Charles Hutchinson Anthony Eyre William [Sheffington (fn. 45) ] Esquiers George Gregory Samuell Staples John Parker Gentlemen Francis Toplady John Toplady William Greaves and Ralph Edge Aldermen.

For the Towne of Newarke upon Trent

The Maior for the time Anthony Eyre Francis Leake Edward Bigland Es s Rcert Atkinson Christopher Hassome Leviret Jennison and Richard Mason Gentlemen.

For the County of Norfolke

Sir Edward Turner Knight Speaker of the House of Commons Thomas Lord Richardson Sir John Tracy Knight Sir Edmond Bacon Sir John Hobard Sir [William (fn. 46) ] Woodhouse Sir Charles Mordant Sir Richard Berney Sir Henry Jernegan Sir Edward Barkham Sir Nicholas L'Strange Sir John Holland Sir Robert Paston Sir Ralph Hare Sir John Potts Sir John Palgrave Sir Thomas Pettus Sir Robert Kempe Sir Francis Bickley Sir Jacob Ashley Sir Thomas Deerham Sir William Gaudy Baronets Sir Miles Hobart Sir John Knivett Sir Christopher Calthrope Sir Edward Walpoole Knights of the Bath Sir Charles Harbord Sir William Doyley Sir Thomas Guybon Sir William Hovell Sir Allen Apsley Sir Thomas Rant Sir Joseph Payne Sir Thomas Meddows Sir William Hewet Sir Justinian Lewin Sir Nevil Catlin Knights Erasmus Earle Sergeant at Law John Cooke James de Gray John Hobart Robert Gawsell William Adams Thomas Le Grosse John Windham Edward Barkham Augustine Palgrave John Potts Thomas Holland William Doyley Maurice Skelton William Guybon Roger Spelman Philip Harbord Peter Gleane Thomas Gawdy of Claxton Thomas Barney William Crane Robert Yallop Anthony Freeston Leonard Mapps William Cooke senior William Cooke junior Robert Sucklin William Barker Thomas Adams Edward Pepis Oliver Neave Phillip Beddingfeild Francis Bacon Thomas Bacon L'Strange Calthorpe Robert Long Robert Baldock Robert Steward John Earle Francis Cory Christopher Jay Sucklin Jay Thomas Cory Robert Haughton John Kendall John Repps Robert Kerrington. Henry Repps Lawrence Oxburgh Richard Godfrey John Anguish William Brampton William Branthwaite Nicholas Rockewood Edward Barber Nicholas Stileman Thomas Talbot Jacob Preston Anthony Drury John Flowerdew Robert Drury Thomas Drury Charles Gawdy Bassingborne Gaudy William Davy James Long Nathaniell Knivet William Rant Edmond Brittiffe Charles [Stotterton (fn. 47) ] Edward Denny Edward Chamberlin William Nickson Robert London John Baspoole John Bladwell William Bladwell Simon Brittiffe Thomas Wright George Townesend Thomas Townesend Edmond de Gray Robert Haughton Francis Butler Thomas Dye Humphrey Beddingfeild Francis Thoresby Samuell Smith Samuell Harsenet Robert Coney Leonard Gooch Thomas Browne of Elsmy Robert Doughty of Hamworth Robert Tyrell of Wilton Esquiers.

For the Towne of Thetford

The Maior for the time being Sir William Gaudy Baronet Sir Allen Apsley Knight Maurice Shelton Esq[uire] Bourage Martin Osmond Clarke Robert Tirrell John Kendall Gentlemen.

For the Citty of Norwich

The Maior for the time being Sir Joseph Paine Knight Francis Cory Recorder William Watts Steward Richard Wenman John Rawling Bernard Chruch John Man John Salter Christopher Jay John Osborne John Croshold Esquiers The two Sheriffes for the time being William Heyward Augustine Briggs Thomas Wisse Robert Bendish John Lawrence Richard Cowldham Francis Norris James Long Henry Herne William Tooke Henry Woods Henry Watts junior John Mansee Mathew Markon Aldermen.

For the Towne of Lynne Regis

The Maior for the time being Robert Steward Esq[uire] John Bird Esq[uire] Thomas Greene John Basse Benjamine Holly Walter Kirby William Wharton Thomas Robinson Lawrence Withers Henry Bell Goodwin Abbot Mathias Twelves Aldermen.

For the Towne of Yarmouth

The Bayliffes for the time being Sir Thomas Meadow Robert Baldocke Esq[uire] Recorder Arthur Bacon Thomas Gouch Abraham Castle John Rowe John Woodruffe Nathaniell Ashby George England Richard Huntington Edmond Thaxter Thomas Greenwood John Hall Thomas Puppett Thomas Greenwood William Bateman.

For the County of Northumberland

Henry Lord Viscount Mansfeild Sir William Fenwicke of Wellington Baronet Edward Widrington of Felton Esq[uire] Sir Ralph Delavall of Seaton Delavall Sir Cuthbert Heron of Chipchase Baronets Sir Thomas Widdrington Sir Robert Collingwood of Brampton Sir William Foster of Bambrough Sir Henry Widdrington of Backhadin Knights Robert Delivall of Dissington Thomas Forster of Edderston James Ogle of Cawsey Parke William Strother of Grimden Rigg William Widdrington of Bolton John Roddan of Litle Haughton William Fenwick of Bywell Ralph Heborne of Heborne William Delavall of Bewick Thomas Lawren of Kirdeherle Ralph Jennison of Elswicke Robert Widdrington of Auxley John Ridley of Willemonswike Ralph Gray of Bradford William Carr of Eshott Nicholas Whitehead of Burston John Salkeild senior of Rocke Esq[uire]s Michaell Widdrington of Morpeth Gentleman The Bayliffes of the Burrough of Morpeth for the time being Daniel Collingwood Esq[uire].

For the Towne of Newcastle upon Tyne

The Maior of the said Towne for the time being Sir Francis Anderson Knight the present Maior Sir John [Morley (fn. 48) ] Knight Sir James Clavering Baronet Robert Shaftoe Esq[uire] Recorder Robert Shaftoe Marke Milbankes John Emerson Henry Maddison Aldermen Henry Brabent Sheriffe Richard Scot Esquiers Mr Robert Marbay Towne Clarke Mr Ralph Carr Sir Nicholas Cole Baronet.

For the Towne of Berwicke upon Tweede

The Maior for the time being Andrew Moore Esq[uire] the present Maior Sir Thomas Widdrington Knight Coll Edward Gray Sir William Forster Knight Benjamine Clarke Ralph Hebburne Es?s Thomas Watson Alderman, The Bayliffes for the time being.

For the County of Oxford

Henry Viscount Cornbury Thomas Earle of Down Thomas Viscount [Wainman (fn. 49) ] David Walter Esq[uire] one of the Groomes of His Majesties Bedchamber Sir Anthony Cope Sir Thomas Chamberline Sir Francis Henry Lea Sir Thomas Penniston Sir William Walter Baronets Sir Francis Norris Knight Sir John Clarke Knight and Baronet Sir Edward Norris Knight Sir Francis [Waynman (fn. 49) ] Knight and Baronet Sir John Fettiplace Sir Compton Reade Baronets Sir William Moreton Knight Sergeant at Law Sir Thomas Spencer Baronet Sir William Fleetwood Sir Timothy Tyrrell Sir Thomas Typping Knights William Knollis Broome [Horwood (fn. 50) ] Richard Croope Thomas Saunders Anthony Libb Henry Alnut John Stone Francis Martin Edmond Lenthall John Clarke William Dormer Vincent Barrey Esquiers Sir George Crooke Knight Sir William Glyn Sir Philip Harcourt Baronets John Cartwright George Chamberlaine William Cartwright William Sheppeard Thomas Wheate Robert Dormer Rowland Lacey Samuel Sandys junior Litleton Osbaldiston Regnold Bray William Baley Thomas Hoord John Doyley Charles Holloway Sergeant at Law Richard Hallaway William Weight Thomas Coventry John Harris William Tayler John Wickham William Hamersby William Oakeley Esquiers The Maior of Woodstocke The Maior of Banbury The Warden of Henley, The Bayliffes of Chipping Norton and Burford and The Cheife Magistrate of any other Corporation within the said County to act within their severall and respective [Towne (fn. 51) ] and Corporations onely.

For the Citty of Oxford

The Maior for the time being Sir Anthony Cope Baronet William Knollis Esquire Sir Thomas Clayton Sir Sampson White Knights Broome Whorwood Esq[uire] John Fell Doctor in Divinity Richard Croke Recorder George Low Esquiers Francis Harris Martin Wright Leonard Bowman William Wright Roger Griffin Aldermen William Bayley Francis Heyward John White Francis Grenoway John Townesend John Harris Robert Worwood Richard Pratt Gentlemen.

For the County of Rutland

Bennet Lord Sherrard Edward Noell Henry Noell Philip Sherard Esquiers Sir Edward Heath Sir Richard Wingfeild Sir Eusebius Pelsant Alexander Noell Abell Barker Samuell Browne Edward Palcker Esquiers.

For the County of Surrey

Charles Earle of Ancram Sir Robert Foster Cheife Justice of His Majesties Court of Kings Bench Sir Henry Capell [Knight (fn. 52) ] of the Bath Sir Adam Browne Sir Francis Vincent Sir Thomas Trevor Sir Walter St Johns Baronets Sir William Tyrringham Knight of the Bath Sir William Moore Sir Marmaduke Gresham Sir Abraham Cullen Baronets Sir Richard Onslow Sir Edmond Bowyer Sir Charles Howard Sir John Evelin Sir William Haward Sir Daniell Harvey Sir Robert Parkhurst Sir John Mainard Sir Nicholas Carew Sir Richard Hatton Sir Edward Bish Sir Ralph Freeman Sir Edmond Hoskins Sir John Lloyd Sir William Throckmorton Sir Thomas Thinne Sir Purbecke Temple Knights William Turner Doctor of the Law Robert Phillips Arthur Onslow Edward Thurland Roger James John Scott George Chute Christopher Buckle Thomas Foster Henry Hilliard William Elliot Anthony Bowyer George Evelin Anthony Thomas Edward Evelin Richard Evelin William Oldfeild William Hoskins George Browne Henry Weston William Muschampe John Thynne Thomas Turgis Roger Duncombe George Duncombe George Vernon Esquiers Doctor Windebanke George Smith George Duke Mathew Carleton Thomas Lee Esq[uire] Peter Hussey Lawrence Marsh Thomas Rogers Samuell Rowse Roger Clarke William Wymondsall Roger [Pelliwood (fn. 53) ] George [Woodfroste (fn. 54) ] John Heather Richard Ward Robert Holman John Parker John Jones Gentlemen

For the Burrough of Southwarke

Sir John Bromfeild Sir John Lenthall Sir Edmond Bowyer Sir Thomas Bludworth Sir James Austin George Moore Edward Smith Esquiers Edmond Warcup Esq[uire] Mr John Neale Mr John Luntley Mr William Lock Mr Edward Ball Mr William Whitworth Mr George Maggot Mr William Burton Mr Jonathan Buck.

For the County of Stafford

Sir John Bowyer Knight and Baronet High Sheriffe Sir Edward Litleton Baronet Randolph Egerton Esq[uire] Sir Thomas Wilbraham Sir Edward Bagget Sir Walter Wrotesley Sir Francis Lawley Sir Bryan Broughton Baronets Sir John Wyrley [Knight (fn. 52) ] William Snead Henry Gray Walter Chetwind senior John Lane Walter Chetwind junior George Digby Broome Whorwood Esquires Sir Walter Litleton Sir Theophilus Biddolph Sir Thomas Whitgrave Knights Rowland Oakeover Edward Manwairing Charles Cotton John Skrimshire Gerard Skrimshire Richard Congreeve Robert Milward William Chetwin Thomas Kinnersly John Pearsehouse Jonathan Woodnorth Jonathan Cope John Swinfin Robert Levison Rowland Cotton Henry Archbold George Parker Henry Vernon John Whitehall Francis Wightwick Mathew Moreton Ferrers Fowke Edward Arablaster William Orme Edward Birch John Shelton Esquiers Samuell Hinton Doctor of the Lawes Thomas Pudsey of [Charley (fn. 55) ] William Farmer Richard Bracegirdle John Gough John Woollaston William Smallwood John Birch John Colclough Timothy Edge Gentlemen, The Maior of Stafford for the time being, The Maior of Newcastle for the time being, The Bayliffes of Tamworth for the time being, The Maior of Walshall for the time being.

For the Citty and County of the Citty of Litchfeild.

The Bayliffes and Sheriffe for the time being Sir Walter Litleton Knight Michael Biddolph Richard Dyott Henry Archbold John Hill Esquiers Thomas Caterbanke Henry Boylstone William Jesson Gent[er] Samuell Hinton Doctor of the Law Anthony Hewet Doctor of Phisicke William Whitby Esq[uire]

For the County of Salop

Andrew Newport Esq[uire] Sir Thomas Woolrich Sir William Whitmore Sir Henry Vernon Sir Francis Lawley Sir Walter Acton Baronets Sir Richard Prince Sir John Weld Sir Richard Oately Sir Clement Throckmorton Sir William Childe Sir Job Charleton Sergeant at Law and Cheife Justice of Chester Knights Timothy Litleton Sergeant at Law Sir Vincent Corbet William Fowler Timothy Turner Philip Ecton Richard Screven Richard Fowler Francis Thornes James Lacon Francis Charleton Robert Sandford Robert Leighton Phillip Prince Robert Charleton John Lacon Henry Goodrick Samuell Winkefeild Thomas Whitmore George Ludlow Edward Latwich Edward Baldwin Charles Baldwin Henry Bernard Thomas Powis Thomas Holland John Coates William Oakeley [Edward (fn. 56) ] Wareing of Oldbury Thomas Lloyd Esquiers Captaine Philip Jenings John Corbet Richard Ridley Somerset Fox John Walcost Thomas Crumpe William Owen of Perkington Robert Owen Thomas Lockier John Newton Vincent Edwards Esquiers Roger Gough John Bawdwin of Midlehope Gent[er] Thomas Walcolt Rowland Hill Charles Mainwairing William Cotton Andrew Hill Francis Smith Francis Forrester junior Robert Cresset Richard Lister Esquiers Daniell Wicherley Humphrey Grove Henry Griffiths Richard Baggott Francis Walker Alexander Midleton John Baugh Richard Walker Gent[er] The Bayliffes of Bridgenorth for the time-being The Bayliffe of the Franchise of Wenlocke for the time being, The Bayliffes of Bishops Castle for the time being, The Bayliffes for Ludlow for the time being Richard Davis Thomas Jones of Sheete and William Bowdler Gentlemen.

For the Towne of Shrewsbury

The Maior for the time being Timothy Tourner Recorder Thomas Rocke Robert Leighton Jonathan Langley Adam Oateley Thomas Bawdewin Thomas Jones Robert Corbert of the Hall of Hussey Samuell Wingfeild Richard Tayler John Harding Arthur Hinks Richard Clarke Samuell Lloyd Andrew Vivers.

For the County of Southampton

Charles Lord St John of Basing Henry Lord Pawlet Sir Robert Howard Knight Sir Henry Worseley Sir John Mill Sir John Norton Sir Hugh Stewkley Sir William Lewis Sir Thomas Badd Sir Nicholas Stuart Sir Andrew Henley Sir John Trott Baronets Sir Humphrey Bennet Sir Robert Mason Sir Philip Honywood Sir Thomas Higgons Knights Richard Norton Henry Wallop Lawrence Hyde James May Leonard Bilson Arthur Bold Thomas Cole Bartholimew Price John Stewkley Richard Goddard of Winton Edward Hooper of Chilworth Edward Fleming Thomas Knowlett Francis Roules John Woldrich Thomas Jarvoys William Wither High Sheriffe Humphrey Weld Richard Compton Thomas Knollis Philip Lee Edward Hooper of Hurne Court Henry Tulse Roger Gallop Henry Whitehead Thomas Brookes Giles Hungerford Benjamine Ruddiard Robert Oxenbridge Richard Lucy Edward Norton Robert Warcupp Thomas Neale George Pitt Nicholas Bowell John Deane Daniell Kingsmill John Kingsmill Nicholas Venables Gabriell Whistler Esquiers Samuell Holmes John Duke John Rivers Gentlemen, The Maior of Portsmouth for the time being, The Maior of Basing Stooke for the time being, The Bayliffe of Andover for the time being.

For the Isle of Wight

Sir Henry Worsley Sir Robert Dillington Sir William Meux Baronets Sir John Leigh Knight Sir John Barington Robert Dillington John Richards William Oglander John Worseley senior Edward Worsley Francis Leigh Richard Lucy Es?s.

For the Citty of Winchester

The Maior for the time being Nicholas Purdue James Guy John Mondy Richard Dennet John Fifeild Gent[er].

For the Towne and County of Southampton

Robert Richkell Maior Roger Gallop Esqct Edward Exton Peter Clungeon Henry Pitt William Stanley Joseph Delamot Thomas Cornellis William Horne James Clungeon Gent[er].

For the County of Suffolke

Sir Edward Turner Speaker of the House of Commons Sir Dudley North Knight of the Bath Walter Devereux Esq[uire] Sir Edmond Bacon Sir Lyonell Tolemache Sir Henry Felton Sir John Holland Sir John Barker Sir Robert Kempe Sir John Castleton Sir William Spring Sir Henry Bacon Sir Henry North Sir Thomas Darcy Sir Robert Cordell Sir Jervas Elwis Sir John Rous Sir John Warner Sir John Crofts Sir Robert Brooke Sir Philip Parker Sir Samuell Bernardiston Sir William Gawdy Baronets Sir William Playters Sir Henry Wood Sir Charles Gaudy Sir Edward Duke Sir George Reve Sir Thomas Bernadiston Knights and Baronets Sir John Knivett Sir Nicholas Bacon Knights of the Bath Sir Henry Crofts Sir William Poley Sir Philip Parker Sir [Edward (fn. 57) ] Poley Sir William Doyley Sir John Duncombe Sir Robert Brooke Sir John Pettus Sir Thomas Smith Sir Thomas Harvey Sir Thomas Ogle Sir William Bloys Sir Jeoffrey [Butwell (fn. 57) ] Sir George Weneve Sir Nevil [Charling (fn. 59) ] Sir Algernon May Knights Robert Wright John Harvey Thomas Holland Thomas Cullum Thomas Walgrave Maurice Barrow John Duke John Poley of Stowmarket John Poley of Boxsted Wiseman Bockenham Charles [Sentivill (fn. 60) ] Richard Coke Benjamin Cutler of the Chauntry Fitz-non Lambe William Bloyes Henry Warner John Sicklemore Francis Burwell Thomas Stewart Henry Parker Arthur Jenny John Sotheby Charles Cornewallis Joseph Brand Thomas Edgar Edmond Harvey Thomas Tirrell William Dawtree Thomas Dade of Tannington Thomas Scrivener Edward Feilder William Blomfeild Robert Marriot Henry Coppenger Gardner Web Hamond Claxton Clement Heigham Philip Howard Robert Butts Thomas Butts Francis Cheney Robert Nanton Edmond Clench the younger Michaell Grigg John Barker John Bedingfeild Henry Bedingfeild William Gooche William Brewse James With Thomas Wood Samuell Alston John Lambe Henry North of Laxfeild Edward North Framingham Gaudy Peregrine Doyley Thomas Vesey James Cob Thomas Wright John Cole Robert [Malliwood (fn. 61) ] Robert King Doctor of Law Thomas Arris Doctor of Phisicke Borrowdale Millecent Joseph Beaumont John Bence [Roswid (fn. 62) ] John Playters Robert Pembrig John Brame of Ash junior John Rivet Edward Brampton Edward Spencer Francis Theobald Edmond Farneley William Gibbs. Thomas Day Henry Stecking John Thuston Robert Stile Thomas Bacon Thomas Leman William Goodwin Miles Edgar Erward Man the younger Thomas Man Barnaby Gibson Thomas Read Robert Brownrig William Jermy Richard Kirby Esquiers The Maior of Sudbury for the time being, The Maior of Hadley for the time being, The Maior of Orford for the time being The Bayliffes of Dunwich for the time being.

For the Towne of Ipswich

The Bayliffes for the time being Sir Henry Felton Baronet Sir Manuell Sorrell Knight William Bloyes Esq[uire] John Sicklemore. Esq[uire] Recorder Nicholas Philips John Robinson Robert Sparrow John Wright Gilbert Lyndfeild Robert Clarge Gentlemen.

For the Burrough of St Edmonds Bury

The Alderman for the time being Robert Sharpe Gent[er] Sir Edmond Poley Sir John Duncombe Knights John Sothesby Esq[uire] Recorder James Kobbs Stephen Cooke Francis Browne Samuell Huftler Gent[er].

For the Towne of Aldborough

Sir John Holland Baronet Sir Robert Brooke Knight The Bayliffes for the time being [William (fn. 63) ] Shipman Mr Elliot, Mr Barwood Mr Wall junior.

For the County of Somerset

Sir John Warre Knight High Sheriffe Francis Lord Hawley Sir Charles Berkley Knight Treasurer of His Majestyes Household Sir Thomas Mallet Knight one of the Justices of the Kings Bench John Pawlet Francis Pawlet ( (fn. 64) ) Amos Pawlet [Esquiers (fn. 65) ] Sir William Portman Sir Maurice Berkley Sir Hugh Smith Sir William Wyndham Knights and Baronets Sir John Sidenham Sir George Trevilliam Baronets Sir John Coventry Sir Edward Hungerford Knights of the Bath Sir Henry Berkley Sir Thomas Bridges Sir Hugh Windham Sir George Norton Sir George Horner Sir William Basset Sir Edward Wingfeild Sir Thomas Gore Knights John Merefeild Sergeant at Law Alexander Popham George Stawell Edward Phillips Edmond Windham William Prynne George Speake Francis Lutrell Peregrine Palmer Henry Rogers Francis Windham Edward Berkley Maurice Berkley Samuell Gorges John Tint John Mallet Edward Phelips junior William Heliar Angell Gray Ralph Stawell Robert Hawley George Sidenham John Buckland Thomas Warr William Bull Robert Hunt Michaell Mallet John Churchell Warwicke Bampfeild Anthony Pawlet William Harboard Kingsmill Lucy William Lucy Henry Waldron Thomas Windham of Wicham Francis Vaughan William Clarke Edward Clarke Thomas Harwell Henry Bull of Mid-summer-Norton Esquiers.

For the Citty of Bath

The Maior for the time being William Prynne Esq[uire] John Masters Alderman Henry Parker Robert Penny Edward White John Reade Walter Gibbs Alderman John Chapman Henry Chapman Gentlemen.

For the Citty and County of the Citty of Bristoll.

The Maior for the time being Sir Robert Cann Knight and Baronet Sir Robert Atkins Knight of the Bath Recorder John Locke Richard Balman Henry Creswicke William Colson Nathaniel Cale Walter Sandy John Knight Aldermen The Sheriffes for the time being John Pope John Lawford John Wright Robert Yeomans Christopher Griffith John Bradway John Willoughby Thomas Langton Thomas Stevens John Hicks Sir Humphrey Hooke John Knight junior.

For the County of Sussex

Thomas Leonard John Ashburnham Esquiers Sir Thomas Pelham Sir John Stapeley Sir John Covet Sir Walter Hendley Sir Denny Ashburnham Sir William Thomas Sir John Fagg Sir Cecill Bishop Baronets Sir John Lewkner Sir William Morley Knights of the Bath Sir Thomas Dike Sir Thomas Woodcocke Sir Thomas Nutt Sir George Courtop Sir John Morley Sir Henry Peckham Knights Henry Goreing Percy Goreing William Garway John Steward George Nevill Thomas Sackvile Herbert Morley Edward Blaker Henry Chawne Thomas Palmer Robert Anderson Nisel Rivers George Parker Richard Lindsey Sackvile Graves Edward May John May Walter Evernden William Gratwicke Thomas Gray John Farrington Thomas Bestworth Bruin Bickley Richard Cooper Ralph Mill Thomas Midleton Symon Smith John Jones Charles Brett Richard Bridgar Walter Burrell Henry West Edward Keeling William Spence Edward Polhill [Thomas Luxford Robert Fowle (fn. 66) ] John De-la-Chambre John Baker of Stonelud Nicholas Gildridge Richard Sheppard John Paine Allan Carr Anthony Sherley Esquiers John Gratwick of Eatons William Scace John Bagshall Christopher Coles Thomas Barnard William Markewricke William Palmer Richard Mills Gent The Maior of Arundell for the time being Robert Palmer Nicholas Cooke Thomas Hudson Mathew Young William Westbrooke Richard Nash John Eversfeild senior William Gratwick of Jervas Gent[er] Bray Showne Esq[uire] Joseph Newington Allan Carr Edward Mitchell Gentlemen.

For the Citty of Chichester

Marke Miller Esq[uire] Maior of Chichester Thomas Leonard Esq[uire] Sir Henry Peckham Knight William Garway Robert Anderson John Farrington Esquiers Richard Young Nicholas Exton Aldermen Allan Carr Gentleman.

For the County of Westmerland

Sir Philip Musgrave Sir John Lowther Sir John Lowther Sir Thomas Strickland John Lowther Daniell Fleming Allan Bellingham Richard Braithwaite John Dalston Christopher Crakenthrope James Ducket Robert Hilton [Christopher Musgrave Richard Musgrave (fn. 67) ] Richard Braithwaite Thomas Samford Lancelot Machell Nicholas Fisher Thomas Gebetas Edward Nephinson Thomas Braithwaite John Otway Henry Wilson Edward Wilson William Midleton Esquiers Richard Duckat Gent[er] The Maior of Apleby for the time being; The Maior of Kendall for the time being.

For the County of Wilts.

Henry Lord Herbert John Lord Seymour William Lord Herbert Henry Viscount Cornebury Sir Edward Nicholas one of His Majestyes most Honourable Privy Councell Edward Howard James Mountague Charles Seymour Esquiers Sir Robert Hyde one of the Justices of the Cou[m]mon Pleas Sir Wadham Windham one of the Justices of the Kings Bench Sir Walter St John Sir Seymour Pile Sir George Grubham-Howe Sir Walter [Earlue (fn. 68) ] Baronets Sir John Coventry Sir John Nicholas Sir Edward Hungerford Sir [John (fn. 69) ] Baynton Knights of the Bath Sir James Thynne Sir [James (fn. 70) ] Evelin Sir John Talbot Sir Edward Poole Sir George Hungerford Sir John Low Sir Thomas Escourt Sir Henry Coker Sir Thomas Ivy Sir William Cally Sir Thomas Mompesson Knights Alexander Popham Edward Seymour Robert Phillips Richard Grubham Howe Richard Lewis Francis Wroughton John Erule senior William Glanvile Henry Clerke John Pleydell William Jordan John [Earlue (fn. 68) ] junior Edward Nicholas Thomas Bennet George Ayliffe Edward Hungerford Walter Long William Pawlet Ralph Freke Edward Hyde Edward Tooker William Ducket William Brounker Henry Hungerford Henry Baynton Walter Brockeland George Bond Edmond Warneford Thomas Mompesson Gilbert Rawley Edward Goddard of Standon Alexander Thistlewaite junior William Yorke Jeoffrey Daniell Thomas [Wincklin (fn. 71) ] John Kent John Collins Thomas Gore James Ash John Foyle John Norden Henry Long Richard Harrison Richard Aldworth Edward Topp Thomas Hawles Joseph Stockman Giles Eyre William Willoughby John Long John Eyre Samuell Eyre John Bowles Rowland Platt Richard Escourt George Ivy William Swanton Robert Chaundler Thomas Hungerford Thomas Lambert Thomas Pile Richard Southby Nevill Maskeline Edward Goddard of Ogborne John Danvers Seymour Bowman Henry Wallis Edmond Webb Walter Parker Benjamine Gifford Isaac Burges William Sadler Richard Greene John Mompesson John Fitz-herbert Robert Chaloner Esquiers The Maior of the Devises for the time being, The Maior of Marleborough for the time being, the Maior of Wilton for the time being.

For the Citty of New Sarum

The Maior for the time being Sir Robert Hyde one of the Justices of the Common Pleas Sir Wadham Windham one of the Justices of the Kings Bench Mr Seymour Bowman Mr Maurice Greene Mr William Slaune Sir Thomas Mompesson Edward Tooker William Swanton Richard Davy John Holt Symon Spatchurst Esq[uire]s Mr William Joyce Mr Thomas Oviat Mr James Harward Stephen Fox Thomas Chaffin Thomas Hawles Richard Coleman Esquiers Thomas Gardner Gent[er].

For the County of Worcester

Sir John Packington Sir Henry Litleton Sir William Russell Sir Edward Seabright Sir William Kite Baronets Sir Ralph Clare Knight of the Bath Sir Henry Herbert Sir Rowland Berkley Sir John Winfrid Sir John Talbot Knights William Sandys Samuell Sandys senior Samuell Sandys junior Edward Pitt Sherrington Talbot Henry Bromely of Holt Thomas Savage of Elmby Castle Francis Finch Thomas Child Henry Bromley of Upton John Minfun Henry Jefferyes Joseph Walsh of Aberley Philip Bruce William Washburne Richard Dowdeswell Thomas Wild Edward Vernon, John Bearecroft Edward Pemmell Thomas Streete George Symonds Theophilus Andrewes Edward Carew of Litleton Thomas Hall Thomas Vernon Francis Sheldon of Aberton Phillip Parsons Edward Bushell Walter Savage of Broadway William Sheldon of Broadway Henry Spiller Edward Dingley Parrot of Bell-Broughton junior Henry Litleton of Newton William Cookes Gerrard Dunnet Henry Townesend Henry Evett Esquiers The Bayliffes of Wich for the time being The Maior of Evesham for the time being, The Bayliffe of Bewdley for the time being William Mucklow Francis Winington William Hancock Esq[uire]s.

For the Citty and County of the Citty of Worcester.

The Maior, Aldermen and Sheriffe for the time being Sir Rowland Berkeley Sir William Moreton Knights one of His Majestyes Sergeants at Law Thomas Hall Thomas Streete Thomas Vernon Esquiers Robert Wilde Humphrey Wildey Richard Bedors Francis Hughes Humphrey Tyrer, John Bearecroft.

For the Burrough of Evesham

The Maior for the time being Sir Abraham Cullen Baronet William Sandys Theophilus [Andres (fn. 72) ] Recorder John Lunn William Watson Richard Bartley William Mathewes Aldermen and Capitall Burgesses

For the County of Warwicke

Charles Leigh Esq[uire] Sir Robert Holt Sir Richard Temple Sir Henry Puckering alias Newton Sir Clement Fisher Sir Roger Burgoyne Sir Edward Broughton Sir John Knightley Sir Thomas Norton Baronets Sir William Bromley Sir Stephen Hales Knights of the Bath Sir George Devereux Sir Francis Willoughby Sir Charley Adderley Sir Charles Lee Sir Arthur Caley Sir William Underhill Sir Combe Wagstaffe Sir Richard Hopkins Sir Richard Bishop Sir John Clopton Knights Richard Lucy John Bridgeman Walter Chetwin senior Thomas Archer Clement Throckmorton William Somerville Sebright Repington Francis Ficher William Dilkes John Lisle William Purefoy Stephen Bolton Thomas Gibbs Thomas Fisher John Rigley George Pudsey senior Harvey Bagott Richard Newdigate Sergeant at Law Thomas Temple Basill Feilding Thomas Boughton John Rous Thomas Flint Charles Bentley Charles Newsham Richard Verney of Kingston Giles Palmer Thomas Marriot John Fetherston Humphrey Jennings Mathew Holbich Thomas Rawlins Nathaniell Brookes William Booth James Prescot Es?s Samuell [Dykes (fn. 73) ] John Mayne George Feilding Gent[er] The Bayliffe of Warwicke for the time being The Bayliffe of Stratford for the time being, The Bayliffes of Tamworth for the time being.

For the Citty and County of the Citty of Coventry.

The Maior for the time being Sir Thomas Norton Baronet Sir Arthur Caley Sir Richard Hopkins Knights Edmond Palmer Esq[uire] Henry Smith Thomas Love Mathew Smith Samuell Snell Joseph Chambers James Nayler Julius Billiars Thomas Pidgeon Humphrey Burton Aldermen William Jolliffe.

For the County of Anglesey

Robert Lord Viscount Bulkley Marke Lord Viscount Duncannon Thomas Bulkley Sir Hugh Owen Knight and Baronet Nicholas Bagenall Thomas Wood Peirce Lloyd senior [Peirce Lloyd junior (fn. 74) ] Rowland Bulkley William Bold John Robinson Griffith Jones of Trevarthin Hugh Owen Richard Meirick John Lloyd of Landeguin John Griffith of Llunvaithly John [Wynore (fn. 75) ] of Bodewryde William Bulkley of Bronddu Henry Lloyd John Pritherch of Llysdelas Rowland White Richard Owen Esquiers Hugh Hughes John Owens Llanvathley John Owens Penrhose Conisby Williams Henry Jones Henry Davies William Williams Trearther Will Lewis Griffith Lloyd of Treaseph Edward Price of Bodawir Edward Price of Trevadog Howell Lewis Owen Lloyd of Henblas John Williams of Bodurdin Owen Owen of Trevillir Richard Wynne of Penheskine, The Maior of Beaumorice for the time being William Wynne of Llangoed Owen Hughes William Hampton Gentlemen.

For the County of Brecon

Henry Williams Esq[uire] High Sheriffe Sir Herbert Price Sir William Lewis Sir Henry [William Lewes Sir Henry (fn. 76) ] Williams Baronets Sir John Herbert Knight Edward Progers Esq[uire] one of the Groomes of His Majestyes Bedchamber William Morgan of Dderw George Gwyne Milburne Williams Lewis Morgan Thomas Lewis John Stedman Hugh Powell William Morgan of Newton Walter Vaughan Thomas Williams Edward Powell James Watkins Henry Stedman Meredith Lewes Lewis Gunter William Lloyd William Saunders Daniell Winter Edward Herbert Edward Proger of Guernenald John Morgan Es?s, The Bayliffe of Brecon for the time being.

For the County of Cardigan

Sir Richard Price Baronet Sir Francis Lloyd Knight James Lewes senior John Vaughan Henry Vaughan Morgan Herbert Erasmus Lloyd James Stedman Edward Vaughan James Lewis junior Richard Herbert Reynold Jenkins Thomas Jenkins John Jones John Lewes Thomas Evans David Lloyd Thomas Lloyd Esquiers The Maior of Cardigan for the time being.

For the County of Carmarthen

Francis Lord Vaughan Sir William Moreton Knight one of His Majestyes Sergeants at Law Symon Dege Sir John Vaughan Knight of the Bath Sir Edward Mansell Sir William Russell Sir John Lloyd Baronets Sir Edward Rice Sir Henry Vaughan Knights John Vaughan of Llannelly William Gwynne of Talliaris Nicholas Williams John Vaughan of Court Derlis Richard Walter Henry Midleton James Jones of Tallacothy Penry Vaughan John Vaughan of Place Gwynne junior Morgan Jones Philip Vaughan Thomas Lloyd of Berlandowell Thomas [Lloyd (fn. 77) ] of Cunguilly Thomas Lloyd of Deveratt Owen Bruckstocke Thomas Lloyd of Lan Lowlocke John Powell of Lanarder junior Es?s.

For the Burrough of Carmarthen

The Maior for the time being Francis Lord Vaughan Sir John Vaughan Knight of the Bath Sir Henry Vaughan Knight John Vaughan of Llannelly John Vaughan of Court Derttis Es?s John Okely Anthony Jones Thomas Jones Lewis Jones Gent[er]

For the County of Carnarvan

Robert Lord Viscount Bulckley Richard Cuffin High Sheriffe Robert Roberts of Bodvell Thomas Bulkley of Dinas Esquiers Sir Richard Wynne of Gwidder Sir Griffith Williams of Vaynell Sir Roger Mostin of Mostin Sir Griffith Williams of Penthrin Baronet Sir John Owen Sir Richard Lloyd Knights Griffith Jones Maurice Wynne William Griffith of Lynne Hugh Wynne John Bodurda Thomas Vaughan William Hookes Robert Coytmore Robert Wynne of Connoway Owen Griffith Owen Wynne of Glascord Hugh Williams William Wynne of Camunda William Williams John Williams William Bulckley of Coytmore Robert Wynne of Sesselgy Farch Hugh Bodurda Griffith Bodurda Richard Anwill of Hafodwryd Richard Griffith Richard Ellis Edmond Gwynne of Bryn-y Gwdion John Jones Trevan William Spicer William Arthur Jeoffrew Williams John Wynne Pennarch Gent William Thomas Alderman of Carnarvan Herbert Griffith Gent[er].

For the County of Denbigh

Sir Thomas Midleton Knight Sir Richard Wynne Sir John Salisbury Sir Thomas Powell Sir William Meredith Baronets Sir Thomas Trevor Knight and Baronet Sir John Trevor Knight Sir Thomas Midleton Sir Evan Lloyd Baronets Sir Richard Lloyd Sir Edward Broughton Sir Robert Towneshend Sir John Wynne Knights Roger Puleston of Emeroll John Trevor of Trevalin William Owen William Price Hugh Wynne Mutton Davyes Robert Wynne of Voylas Kenricke Eyton Charles Salisbury John Wynne John Robinson Bevis Lloyd John Thelwall senior John Edisbury Charles Midleton Eubell Thelwall John Jefferyes Richard Midleton of Llansilin Robert Price John Thelwall junior Edward Brereton Watkin Cuffin Owen Thelwall David Morris John Langford William Wynne of Gartigan William Perry John Puleston Hugh Roberts George Bostocke Francis Manley Fowlke Midleton Hugh Lloyd of Foxhall Gabriell Goodman Es?s Thomas Price of Geeler Edward Griffith of Henllam William Jones of Careghono John Salisbury of Lliwesog Humphrey Lloyd of Berse Robert Wynne of Garthwynne Howell Lloyd Gent The two Aldermen of Denbigh John Hughes Thomas Mathewes John Jones Robert Salisbury Gent.

For the County of Flint

Sir Thomas Hanmer Knight and Baronet Sir John Salisbury Sir Henry Conway Baronets Sir Roger Mostin Knight and Baronet Sir John Hanmer Knight Robert Davies Thomas Ravenscroft John Trevor Roger Puleston William Hanmer Thomas Mostin Thomas Lloyd Mutton Davies Robert Whitley Peter Griffith Robert Mostin David Pennant John Parry John Brougton William Griffith Evan Edwards John Lloyd Edward Lloyd Robert Wynne Richard Young Thomas Cratchley Thomas Salisbury John Salisbury Charles Jones Owen Barton Es?s.

For the County of Glamorgan

Henry Lord Herbert of Ragland William Lord Herbert of Cardiffe Sir Richard Lloyd Knight Arthur Trevor Esq[uire] Sir Edward Mansell Sir Edward Stradling Sir Edward Thomas Baronets Sir John Awbry Knight and Baronet Sir William Lewis Sir Thomas Lewis Sir Richard Basset Knights Evan Seyes Sergeant at Law William Basset Doctor of Lawes Robert Thomas Miles Button Thomas Lewis William Bassett of Bewpree William Herbert of Swansey Edmond Thomas Bussey Mansell Herbert Evans Thomas Mathew Humphrey Windham David Jenkins Gabriell Lewis William Thomas Thomas Stading Thomas Carue John Avan John Gibbs Thomas Thomas David Mathew Lamerock Stradling Thomas Evans Edmond Gammage Richard Longher William Herbert of Killy Bebell John Carue Henry Basset Edward Herbert of Cogan David Evans John Llewellin Es?s.

For the County of Merioneth

Roger Mostin Esq[uire] High Sheriffe Sir Richard Wynne Baronet Sir John Owen Sir Richard Lloyd Knights William Salisbury Henry Wynne William Price William Vaughan William Wynne Lewis Lloyd Howell Vaughan John Pugh Vincent Corbet Maurice Wynne John Lloyd Es?s Sir John Wynne Knight Robert Wynne Richard Wynne [Lewis Owen Griffith Lloyd (fn. 78) ] William Vaughan of Kaithly John Nanny of Llanvantheged Edmond Meirick Humphry Hughes John Vaughan Rowland Vaughan Richard Anwill Ellis Edwards Maurice Williams William Tudar Lewis Wynne Es?s John Owen of Havoddowilch Richard Jones John Lloyd of Ddialt Anthony Poole Griffith John Lewis Richard Lloyd of Carrog Evan Lloyd of Goppa Gent[er].

For the County of Montgomery

Sir Mathew Price Sir Thomas Middleton Sir Richard Corbet Sir Edward Lloyd Henry Herbert Andrew Newport John Purcell John Blaney John Pugh Richard Herbert Richard Owen Francis Buller Robert Leighton Charles Salisbury John Price of Parke Mathew Morgan Roger Mostyn John Blodwell Robert Lee Thomas Wind Henry Purcell John Newton Edmond Wareing John Mathews the elder John Mathewes the younger of Treffnany Thomas [Tanner (fn. 79) ] Vincent Perce Thomas Corbet Thomas [Norris (fn. 80) ] Brockwell Griffiths Robert Griffithes Thomas Jones Francis Fitzherbert John Whittingham David Powell Thomas Jukes Arthur Weaver William Browne Edward Glynne of Glynne Es?s Edward Herbert John Kiffin John Oakeley Samuell Biggs Edward Edwards of Colfryn John Lloyd of Cowney Evan Vaughan Edward Whittingham Gen?.

For the County of Pembrooke

Sir Erasmus Phillips Sir John Stepney Baronets Sir Hugh Owen Sir John Lort Knights and Baronets Sir Herbert Perrot Knight William Scourefeild Essex Meiricke Rowland Langharne John Barlow Arthur Owen Henry White Lewis Barloe Hugh Bowen James Bowen Thomas Warren William Phillips Thomas Parry George Haward James Lloyd John Lort Thomas Lloyd Isaac Lloyd Thomas Wogan of Llantinane William Mordant John Mathias Esquiers The Maior of Pembrooke for the time being William Hinton Mathew Bowen Francis Rogers Aldermen The Maior of Tenby for the time being Thomas Wyat Rice Barrow David Palmer Aldermen.

For the Towne and County of Haverford West

Lewis Baron Maior Sir William Moreton Knight one of His Majestyes Sergeants at Law Sir John Stepney Sir Hugh Owen Baronets Rowland Langherne William Phillips Richard Walter George Haward Es?s ( (fn. 81) ) Henry Bowen Aldermen John Barlowe John Williams Mathew Prinne Thomas Cozens Gabrell Wade John Lloyd Gentlemen.

For the County of Radnor

Sir Edward Harley Knight of the Bath Richard Fowler George Gwyne Henry Williams James Price Samuell Powell Herbert Weston Andrew Phillips Thomas Lewis of Harpton Nicholas Tayler Charles Lewis Evan Davies Griffith Jones Henry Probert Thomas Lewis of [Nanaughty (fn. 82) ] Thomas Ecleston Nicholas Meredith Robert Cutler Esq[uire]s The Bayliffe of New [Radnar (fn. 83) ] Francis Rickards Gent.

The which said Commissioners or any three or more of them are hereby authorized to putt in Execution the Powers of this Act within their respective Divisions, And that by Authority of this Act the said Co[m]missioners may by their Assents and Agreements sever themselves for the Execution of this Act in Hundreds Lathes Wards Rapes Wapentakes Townes Parishes and other places within their respective Limitts in such forme as to them shall seeme expedient to be ordered and betweene them to be agreed according to the tenour and effect of this Act.

VII. Commissioners to execute Act according to the Tenor thereof.

And be it alsoe enacted by [the (fn. 84) ] Authoritie of this present Parliament That the Commissioners and every of them which are herein named limitted and appointed according to this Act to be Commissioners in every such Shire Rideing Lath Wapentake Rape Citty Towne Burrough Isle or any other place And that shall be nominated in any Commission [that shall (fn. 85) ] be directed from His Majesty for assessing of His Majestyes Honourable Household and none other shall truely effectually and diligently for their parts execute the effect of this present Act according to the tenoure thereof in every behalfe and noe otherwise by any meanes without ommission favour dread mallice or any other thing to be [attempted or (fn. 86) ] done by them or any of them to the contrary thereof.

VIII. Commissioners to direct Precepts to certain Number of Inhabitants in Hundreds, &c.

who are to shew such Precepts; Penalty 40s.

And the said Commissioners shall for the Taxation of the said two first of the said Fower Subsidies before the tenth day of September next comeing, And for the Taxation of the two last of the said Fower Subsidyes shall before the tenth day of February next ensueing direct their severall or joynt Precept or Precepts unto eight seaven six five fower three or two as for the number of Inhabitants shall be requisite of the most substantiall discreete and honest persons Inhabitants of and in Hundreds Lathes Rapes Wapentakes Wards Parishes Townes and other places aswell within Liberties Franchices [and (fn. 87) ] Auntient Demeasne Places exempted and Sanctuaryes as without within the Limitts of the Shires Rideings Lathes Wapentakes Rapes Cittyes Townes Burroughes and Isle aforesaid and other places within their respective limitts, And to the Constables Sub Constables Bayliffes and other like Officers and Ministers of every of the said Hundreds Townes Wards Lathes Wapentakes Parishes and other places aforesaid as to the said Commissioners and every number of them or to three or two of them by their discretion in division shall seeme expedient, and as by the manner and use of these parts shall be requisite, straitely by the said Precept chargeing and commanding the said Inhabitants Constables and other Officers aforesaid to whom such Precept shall be soe directed to appeare in their proper persons before the said Commissioners or such number of them as they shall divide themselves according to this Act at certaine dayes and places by the said Commissioners or any such number of them as is aforesaid within Cittyes Burroughes or Townes Corporate or without in any other places as is aforesaid by their discretion to be limitted thereunto to doe and accomplish all that to them on the part of the Kings Majestie shall be enjoyned touching this Act, commanding further by the same Precept that he to whose hands such Precepts shall come shall shew and deliver the same to the other Inhabitants or Officers named in the same Precept, And that none of them faile to accomplish the same upon paine of Forty shillings to be forfeited to the Kings Majestie.

IX. Persons named in Precept to appear before Commissioners.

Such Persons making Default or refusing to serve.; Penalty 40s.; Penalty 40s.; Enquiry into the Substance of Persons to be charged, but such Enquiry not to be taken on Oath, and to certify before Commissioners.; Penalty.; Commissioners to read the Rates openly.; Afterwards another Day to be appointed by Commissioners for such Persons to appear.; Not appearing, Penalty 40s.; or refusing to make Certificate; Penalty 40s.; Commissioners to examine Presenters of Certificate.; Further Proceedings on Assessments by Precept to Constables, &c. to warn Persons named therein to appear; Oath not allowed on Inquiry into the Substance of Persons charged.; Persons named in the said Precept called upon, not appearing; Penalty, Double Rate.; On Inquiry into the Substance of Persons charged, Commissioners may increase Taxation.; Spiritual Persons how to be rated for Temporal Possessions

And it is further ordained by the Authoritie of this present Parliament That at the said day and place prefixed and limitted in the said Precept, every of the said Co[m]missioners then being in the Shire and not haveing sufficient excuse for his absence at the day and place [prefixed (fn. 88) ] for that part whereunto he was limitted shall appeare in his owne proper person, And there the same Co[m]missioners being present or as many of them as shall be appointed by vertue of this Act shall call or cause to be called before them the said Inhabitants and Officers to whom they have directed their said Precept, And if any person soe warned [doe (fn. 89) ] make defaulte unlesse he then be letted by sicknes or lawfull excuse, and that Lett be then witnessed by the Oathes of two credible persons or if any appeareing refuse to serve in forme following then every such person soe makeing default or refuseing to serve shall forfeite to the Kings Majesty Forty shillings and soe at every time appointed by the said Commissioners for the said severall Taxations untill such time the number of every such persons have appeared and certifyed in forme underwritten every of them soe makeing defaulte or refuseing to serve shall forfeit to the Kings Majestye Forty shillings And upon the same appearance had they shall be charged before the Commissioners by all convenient wayes and meanes (other then by Corporall Oath) to inquire of the value of the substance after the usuall manner of every person dwelling and abiding within the limitts of the places that they shall be charged with, and of other which shall have his or their most resorte unto any of the said places and chargeable with any summe of money by this Act of the said Subsidyes and of all other things requisite touching the said Act and according to the intent of the same and thereupon as neere as it may be, or shall come to their knowledge without respect of any former Taxation heretofore had but these hereafter mentioned truely to present and certifie before the said Commissioners the Names and Sirnames and the Substance and Values of every of them after the usuall manner as aforesaid aswell of Lands Tenements and other Hereditaments Possessions and Proffitts as of Goods Chattells Debts and other things chargeable by the same Act without any concealment love favour affection dread or mallice upon paine of [forfeiting (fn. 90) ] any summe not exceeding five pounds to be taxed estreated and levyed in forme as hereafter in this present Act shall be limitted or appointed. And thereupon the said Commissers shall openly there reade or cause to be read unto them the said Rates in this Act mentioned and openly declare the effect of their charge unto them in what manner and forme they ought and should make their Certificates according to the Rates and Summes thereof abovesaid and of all manner of persons aswell Aliens and Strangers Denizens or not Denizens inhabiting within this Realme as of such Popish Recusants and others persons as be borne under the Kings obeisance chargeable to this Act, and of the Possessions Goods and Chattells of Fraternityes Guilds Corporations Brotherhoods Misteries Commonalties and other as is abovesaid, and of persons being in the parts beyond the Seas haveing Goods and Chattells Lands or Tenements within this Realme as is aforesaid, and of all Goods being in the custody of any person or persons to the use of any other as is aforesaid, by the which information and shewing the said persons may have such plaine knowledge of the true intent of this present Act and of the manner of their Certificate that the same persons shall have noe reasonable cause to excuse them by ignorance, And after such Charge and the Statute of the said Subsidyes and the manner of the said Certificate to be made in writeing containing the Names and Sirnames of every person and whether he be borne without the Kings Dominions or within and the value of every person in every degree as well of the yearely value of Lands and Tenements and of such like Possessions and Proffitts as of the value of Goods and Chattells Debts and every thing to their Certificate requisite and necessary to them declared, the said Commissioners there being shall by their Discretions limitt and appoint unto the said persons another day and place to appeare before the said Commissioners and chargeing the said persons that they shall in the meane time make diligent enquiry by all wayes and meanes of the premisses, And then and there every of them upon paine of forfeiture of Forty Shillings to the Kings Majestie, to appeare at the said next prefixed day and place there to certifie unto the said Commissioners in writeing according to their said Charge, and according to the true intent of the said Grant of Subsidy and as to them in manner aforesaid hath beene declared and shewed by the Commissers, at which day and place soe to them prefixed if any of the said persons make defaulte, or appeare and refuse to make the said Certificate, then every of them soe offending [shall (fn. 91) ] forfeite to the Kings Majestie Forty Shillings, (except there be a reasonable excuse of his default by reason of his sicknes, or otherwise by the Oathes of two credible persons there witnessed) And of such as appeare ready to make Certificate as is aforesaid, the said Commissioners there being shall take and receive the same Certificate and every part thereof and the Names Values and Substance of every person soe certified, And if the said Commissers see cause reasonable they shall examine the said Presenters thereof, and thereupon the said Commissioners at the said dayes and places by their agreement amongst themselves shall from time to time there openly prefix a day at a certaine place or places within their respective limitts by their Discretion for their further proceeding to the said assessing of the same Subsidyes, and thereupon at the said day of the said Certificate as is aforesaid taken, the same Commissioners shall make their Precept or Precepts to the Constables Sub-Constables Bayliffes or other Officers of such Hundreds Wapentakes Townes or other places aforesaid as the same Co[m]missers shall be of comprising and containing in the said Precepts the Names and Sirnames of all persons presented before them in the said Certificate, of whom if the said Commissioners or as many of them as are thereunto appointed by vertue of this Act shall then have vehement suspect to be of more greater Value or Substance of Lands Goods Chattells or Summes of money oweing unto them, or other Substance aforesaid then is upon such person and persons soe certifyed and specified as aforesaid the same Co[m]missers shall make their Precept or Precepts directed to the Constables Bayliffes or other Officers commanding them to whom such Precept shall be directed to warne such persons whose names shall be comprized in the said Precepts at their Mansions or to their persons that the same persons named in such Precepts and every of them shall personally appeare before the said Commissioners at the said new prefixed day and place ( (fn. 92) ) by all wayes and meanes (other then by Corporall Oath) by the said Commissioners of their Substance and Value in manner as is aforesaid, and of all and every summes of money oweing to them and other whatsoever matter concerning the premisses or any of them according to this Act, at which day and place soe prefixed the said Commissers then and there being, or as many of them as are, or shall be thereunto appointed by vertue of this Act shall cause to be called the said persons whose Names shall be comprized in the said Precept as is aforesaid for their examination, And if any of those persons which shall be warned as aforesaid to be examined (which at any time after the warning and before the day prefixed shall be within such place as he may have knowledge of his said appearance to be made) shall make defaulte and appeare not, unlesse a reasonable cause or excuse by the Oathes of two credible persons before the said Co[m]missers be truely alledged for his discharge that then every of them soe makeing defaulte to be taxed and charged to the Kings Majestie with and at the double summe of the Rate that he should or ought to have beene sett at for and after the value aforesaid of his Lands or substance upon him certifyed if he had appeared by the discretion of the Co[m]missers there being, which Cctmissers shall travell with every of the other persons soe then and there appearing whose names shall be expressed in the said Precept or Precepts, and to whom any vehement suspect was or shall be had in forme aforesaid by all wayes and meanes they can (other then by Corporall Oath) for the better knowledge of their value as aforesaid, either in Hereditaments or Possessions or else in Goods or Debts. And thereupon shall have power and Authority by vertue of this Act according to their discretions to enlarge and encrease the Taxation of such Persons as they shall soe finde by due examination to be of greater value or Substance in Lands or Goods then they were presented at, And that every Spirituall Person at every of the said Taxations of the ( (fn. 93) ) Subsidyes shall be rated and sett according to the Rate abovesaid of and for every pound that the same Spirituall Person or any other to his use hath by Descent Bargaine or Purchase in Fee Simple or Fee Tayle terme of Life, terme of yeares by Execution, or Copy of Court Roll in any Mannours Lands Tenements Rents Services Offices Fees Corodyes Annuityes and Hereditaments after the true just and yearely value thereof, And according as other the Kings Majestyes subjects borne within this Realme be charged in forme above remembred, soe that it extend to the yearely value of Twenty shillings or above in the Subsidy Booke,

X. Assessors misbehaving, Commissioners may set a Fine upon them.

To be estreated into the Exchequer.; Remedy for Persons aggrieved by the Assessment.; Commissioners may abate or increase Assessment.; False Oath of Value of Lands, &c.; Penalty.

And it is further enacted That if the said Taxors or Assessors shall not duely behave themselves in their enquiry taxation assessment or Certificate but shall affectionately corruptly or partially demeane themselves in ( (fn. 94) ) that behalfe, in such wise that the Co[m]missers shall by their Considerations deeme them Offenders worthy of punishment for not doeing their dutyes therein, That then fower or more of the Co[m]missers in that County for the said Subsidy shall have power and authority by their discretions either to charge the said Assessors upon their Corporall Oathes for the better service aforesaid in that behalfe, or else by their Discretions to tax and sett upon the said Assessors for their misdemeanours in that behalfe such Fine or paine as they shall thinke good soe that it exceed not the Summe of ten pounds, And the same Fine [and (fn. 95) ] paine at their Discrestions to estreate into the Court of Exchequer, every which Fine soe taxed and sett by Fower of the said Co[m]missers or more, and being estreated with the Schedule [& Books (fn. 96) ] of that Limitt shall be levyed and answered to the Kings use in like manner and forme to all intents and purposes as any other Summes that shall be taxed and become due by vertue of this Statute and Act of Subsidy and not in any other wise or manner, And if any person certifyed or rated by vertue of this Act, whether he be a Commissioner or other to any manner of value doth finde himselfe greived with the same presentment sessing or rateing, and thereupon complaine to the Co[m]missers before whom he shall be called sessed or taxed or before Two of them, before the same taxation be certifyed in the Court of Exchequer, that then the said Commissioners or Two of them shall by all wayes and meanes examine perticularly and distinctly the person soe complaining upon his Oath, and other his Neighbours by their discretions of every his Lands and Tenements above specified and of every his Goods Chattells and Debts above-mentioned, And after due examination and perfect knowledge thereof had and perceived by the said Co[m]missers or Two of them which shall have power by [the (fn. 97) ] Authoritie aforesaid, the said Co[m]missers or any Two of them to whom such complaint shall be made by their discretions upon the Oath of the said persons soe complaining may abate defalk increase or inlarge the said assessments according as it shall appeare unto them just upon the same examination, And the same Summe soe abated defalked increased or enlarged shall be by them estreated in forme as is hereafter specifyed, And if it be proved by witnesses or by the partyes owne confession or other lawfull wayes or meanes within a yeare after any such Oath made that the same person soe rated and sworne was of any better or greater value in Lands Goods or other things above specifyed at the time of his said Oath then the same person soe sworne did declare upon his Oath, That then every such person soe offending shall loose and forfeite to the Kings Majestye soe much lawfull money of England as he the same person soe sworne was sett at, or taxed to pay

XI. Commissioners to be rated at such Place where they shall be Commissioners

other Persons where they have resided for the most Part of the Year preceding; Absentees to be assessed where last abiding.; Rate to be according to the Substance of Persons liable.; Remedy for Commissioners and other Persons taxed in other Place than where they are Commissioners, or where resiant for most Part of the preceding Year.; Fee for Allowance.

And alsoe it is enacted by the same Authority That every person to be rated and taxed as is aforesaid shall be rated and sett, and the summe on him sett to be levyed at such place where he and his family were resident for the most part of the yeare next before the same Presentment and the Taxation made and noe where else, And that noe Commissioner for his Subsidy shall be rated or taxed for his Goods or Lands but in the Shire or other place where he shall be Commissioner, And that if any Person chargeable by this Act at the time of the said Assessings happen to be out of this Realme and out of Wales or farr from the place where he shall be knowne then he to be sett where he was last abideing within this Realme or in Wales and after the substance value or other proffitts of every Person to be knowne by Examination Certificate or other manner of way as is aforesaid, And that the said respctive Commissioners or as many of them as are or shall be appointed shall according to the respective powers given them and after the Rate and Rates aforesaid cause every person soe to be sett rated and taxed according to the [Rate of the (fn. 98) ] substance and value of his Lands Goods Chattells and other proffitts chargeable by this Act whereby the greatest or best summe or summes according to his substance as aforesaid by reason of this Act might or may be sett or taxed, And that every person taxed in any County or place other then where he or his family were resiant for the most part of the yeare then next before, or in any County or place other then where he is a Commissioner for the Subsidy if he be a Commissioner upon Certificate made to the said Court of Exchequer under the hands and Seales of two Commissioners for the same Subsidy in the same County or place where such person and his family were resiant for the most part of the yeare then next before, or where he is a Co[m]miss[ion]er for the Taxation and payment of the same Subsidy, testifying his non resiance haveing a family or being a Co[m]miss[ion]er shall be a sufficient discharge for the Taxation of that person in any other places, and of and for all other summes of Money upon such persons soe sett and taxed save onely the Taxations made in that County or place from which such Certificate shall be made as [is (fn. 98) ] aforesaid and for the summe of Money upon such person there assessed or taxed, And that such Certificate without any Plea or other circumstance shall be a sufficient Warrant aswell to the Barons and Auditor and Auditors of the said Court of Exchequer as to all and every other Officers to whom the allowance thereof shall appertaine paying for such discharge and allowance onely six pence and noe more.

XII. Double Charges not to be allowed.

Remedy in respect of Double Charges.

Provided alwayes That every such person that shall be rated or taxed according to the true meaning of this Act for paying of and to these Subsidyes for and after the yearely value of his Lands Tenements or other reall Possessions or Proffitts at any of the said Taxations shall not after be sett and rated for his Goods and Chattells or other moveable substance at the same Taxation, And that he that shall be sett charged or taxed for the same Subsidies for his Goods Chattells and other Moveables at any of the Taxations according to the true meaning of this Act shall not after be taxed, charged or chargeable for his Lands or other Reall Possessions or Proffitts aforesaid at the same Taxations or any of them; Nor that any person by any Taxation be doubly charged for the said Subsidyes nor sett or rated at severall places by reason of this Act, But if any person happen to be double sett taxed or charged either in one place or at severall places, then he to be discharged of the one Taxation and charged with the other according to the meaning and intent of this Act. Any thing contained in this present Act to the contrary notwithstanding.

XIII. Proviso for Persons having Two Mansions, or being Household Servants or Waiting Servants to the King or others.

Persons unduly escaping Taxation; on Proof thereof before Commissioners or Barons of the Exchequer; to be taxed at Double Value.

And be it ordained and enacted by the Authority of this present Parliament That noe person haveing two Mansions or two places to resorte unto, or calling himselfe Household servant or Waiteing servant to the Kings Majestye or other Lord or Lady Master or Mistrisse be excused upon his saying from the Taxes of the said Subsidyes in neither of the said places where he may be sett or taxed unlesse he bring a Certificate in writeing from the Co[m]missers where he is soe sett or taxed indeed at one place, And if any person that ought to be sett and taxed to these present Subsidyes by reason of his removeing or resorting to two Places, or by reason of his saying that he was elsewhere taxed by reason of any Priviledge of his dwelling or abideing in any place not being foreprized in this Act or otherwise by his covin, or craft, or by any words or sayings, or otherwise, Or if any that is Commisser or Assessor of others happen to escape from the said Taxations for the payment of these Subsidyes or any of them, and be not sett and taxed according to the true intent of this Act and that proved by Presentment [Information Examination (fn. 99) ] or otherwise before the said Co[m]missers or two of them or before the Barons of the Kings Majestyes Exchequer or two Justices of Peace of that County where such person dwelleth, Then every such person that by such meanes or otherwise willingly by covin or without just cause shall happen to escape from the said Taxations or payments aforesaid or any of them and shall not be rated taxed and sett shall be charged upon the knowledge and proofe thereof with and at the same double value of soe much as he should might or ought to have beene sett or taxed at by vertue of this Act; And the same double value to be leavyed gathered and paid of his Goods and Chattells Lands and Tenements towards the said Subsidyes, And further to be punished according to the discretions of the said Barons Justices or Co[m]missers before whom he shall be convicted for his offence and deceite in that busines,

XIV. The Power of Commissioners to tax other Commissioners, and also Assessors.

Barons and Persons of higher Estate taxed by the Lord Chancellor, Lord; Treasurer, and other Persons herein named.; Rate to be estreated and certified.

And bee it further enacted by the Authority aforesaid That the Co[m]missers appointed by this Act and all other Co[m]missers appointed by his Majestie which shall be or inhabit in any County or place within their respective Limitts or Commission or the more part of them, shall have full power and Authority by this Act to sett taxe and sesse every other Co[m]misser joyned with them, And the said Co[m]miss[ion]ers within their Division shall alsoe assesse every Assessor within their Division for his or their Goods Lands and other the Premisses as is abovesaid shall indifferently sett taxe and sesse themselves and the said Assessors, And that aswell the summes upon every of the said Co[m]miss[ion]ers and Assessors soe assessed rated and taxed as the summes made and presented by the Presenters as is abovesaid shall be written certifyed sett and estreated and the estreates thereof to be made with other the Inhabitants of that part, and within their respective Limitts and Division soe to be gathered and levyed in like manner as it ought and should have beene if the said Co[m]missers had not beene nominated Co[m]miss[ion]ers, And that all persons of the Estate of a Baron or Baronesse and every Estate above shall be charged with their freehold and value as is aforesaid [by Edward Earle of Clarendon Lord Chauncellour of England Thomas Earle of Southampton Lord High Treasurer of England John Lord Roberts Lord Privy Seale Charles Duke of Richmond George Duke of Albemarle John Marquesse of Winchester, Mountague Earle of Lyndsey Lord Great Chamberlaine of England, Edward Earle of Manchester Lord Chamberlaine of His Majestyes Household William Earle of Bedford Richard Earle of Dorsett John Earle of Bridgewater James Earle of Northampton John Earle of Clare Thomas Earle of Cleaveland Thomas Earle Rivers Mountjoy Earle of Newport John Earle of Thannet Francis Viscount Mountague Charles Lord [Delaway (fn. 100) ] George Lord Berkley of Berkeley George Lord Eure Philip Lord Wharton Henry Lord Arundell Charles Lord Howard of Charleton William Lord Craven Francis Lord Newport Christopher Lord Hatton Richard Lord Vaughan Thomas Lord Colpeper John Lord Lucas Robert Lord Lexington John Lord Berkley of Stratton Charles Lord Cornwallis and Anthony Lord Ashley or any seaven or more of them (fn. 101) ] for the said severall payments of the said Subsidyes after the forme of the said Grant according to the Taxation aforesaid, And the Summes of and upon them to be taxed and sett with the names of the Collectors, [which Collectors shall be appointed by the Lord Chauncellour or Lord Keeper of the Great Seale of England for the time being (fn. 101) ] for gathering and paying of them to be estreated delivered and certifyed at the dayes and places above specified [by the said Edward Earle of Clarendon Lord Chauncellour of England Thomas Earle of Southampton Lord High Treasurer of England John Lord Roberts Lord Privy Seale Charles Duke of Richmond George Duke of Albemarle John Marquesse of Winchester Mountague Earle of Lindsey Lord Great Chamberlaine of England Edward Earle of Manchester Lord Chamberlaine of His Majestyes Household William Earle of Bedford Richard Earle of Dorset John Earle of Bridgewater James Earle of Northampton John Earle of Clare Thomas Earle of Cleaveland Thomas Earle Rivers Mountjoy Earle of Newport John Earle of Thannet Francis Viscount Mountague Charles Lord Delawar George Lord Berkley of Berkley George Lord Eure Philip Lord Wharton Henry Lord Arundell Charles Lord Howard of Charleton William Lord Craven Francis Lord Newport Christopher Lord Hatton Richard Lord Vaughan Thomas Lord Culpeper John Lord Lucas Robert Lord Lexington John Lord Berkley of Stratton Charles Lord Cornewallis and Anthony Lord Ashley or any seaven or more of them. (fn. 101) ]

XV. Rates to be estreated under the Seal and Sign Manual of the Commissioners, and Estreat delivered to sufficient Inhabitants, &c. of Hundreds, &c.

By virtue of Estreat Officers, &c. to levy Rate.; Distress.; If Rate not paid in Eight Days, then Distress to be appraised and sold.; Officers, &c. to answer for the Portion limited to them only.; Allowance to Officers on Rate received.

And be it further enacted by the Authoritie aforesaid That after the Taxes and Assesses of the said Su[m]mmes upon and by the said Assessing and Certificate as is aforesaid made the said respective Co[m]miss[ion]ers or as many of them as shall be thereunto by this Act appointed, or have Authority by the Kings Majestyes Commission shall with all speede and without delay by their writeing estreate the said Taxes thereof under the Seales and Signes Manuall of the said Co[m]missers, or as many of them as shall be appointed at the least, And the same shall deliver unto sufficient and substantiall Inhabitants Constables Sub-Constables Bayliffes and other Officers joyntly of Hundreds Townes Parishes and other places aforesaid within their Limitts, And to other sufficient persons Inhabitants of the same onely by the Discretion of the said Co[m]missers with the assent of the High Collectors and as the places and partyes shall require aswell the perticular names and surnames as the Remembrance of all summes of Money taxed and sett of and upon every person aswell Man as Woman chargeable by ( (fn. 102) ) this Act Householders and all other Inhabitants and Dwellers within the said Parishes Townes and Places contributory to this Act of Subsidyes. By Authority of which Writeing and Estreate soe delivered the said Officers and other persons soe named and deputed severally shall have full power and authority by vertue of this Act immediately after the delivery of the said Writeing or Estreate to demand leavy and gather of every person therein specified the su[m]mme and su[m]mmes in the [said (fn. 103) ] Writeing or Estreate comprised, and for non-payment thereof to destraine the same person or persons soe being behind by their Goods and Chattells, and the Distresse soe taken to keepe by the space of Eight dayes at the costs and charges of the Owner thereof, And if the said Owner doe not pay such summe of money as shall be taxed upon him or her by Authority of this Act within the same eight dayes, then the same Distresse to be appraised by Fower Three or Two of the Inhabitants where such Distresse is taken, and alsoe then to be sold by the Constables or other Collectors for the payment of the said money and the overplus comeing by the sale (if any be) over and besides the charge of keepeing the said Distresse to be imm[m]ediately restored to the owner thereof which said Officers and other persons soe deputed to aske take gather and leavy the said Summes shall answere and be charged for the portion onely to them assigned and limitted to be gathered leavyed and comprized in the said Writeing or Estreate soe to them as aforesaid delivered to the use of our Soveraigne Lord the Kings Majestie and His Heires and Successors, and the said Summe in that Writeing or Estreate to be comprized to pay unto the High Collector or Collectors of that place in manner and forme underwritten thereunto to be named and deputed, and the same Inhabitants and Officers soe gathering the same perticular summes for [the (fn. 104) ] Collection thereof shall retaine for every Twenty shillings soe by them received and paid Two pence and that to be allowed at the payment of their Collection by them to be made to the High Collector or Collectors,

XVI. Commissioners may appoint Persons; to be High Collectors.

Commissioners to deliver Estreats under their Seals and Sign Manual to Collectors.; Collectors to answer the Sums comprized in Estreat.

And further be it enacted by the Authority aforesaid That such of the said Co[m]missers or the greater part of them [that (fn. 105) ] shall take upon them the execution of this Act shall for every of the said payments of the said Subsidyes name such sufficient and able persons which then shall have and possesse Lands or other Hereditaments in their owne right of the cleare yearely value of Forty pounds, or Goods to the value of Fower hundred pounds at the least as he shall be taxed in the Subsidy Booke (if any such be in the said Limitts) and for want of such soe assessed then those to be appointed Collectors that then shall be sufficient and rated and taxed in the Subsidy Bookes in Lands and Goods neerest to the values aforesaid as by their Discretions shall be thought good in Shires Rideings Lathes Wapentakes Rapes Cittyes Townes Corporate and other whatsoever places aswell within places priviledged as without not being foreprized in this Act to be high Collector And to have the Collection and Receipt of the said Summes sett and levyable within the Precincts Limitts and Bounds where they shall be soe limitted and appointed to be High-Collectors, And to every of the said Collectors soe severally named the said Co[m]miss[ion]ers or two of them at the least with all speede and without delay after the said whole Summe of any payment of the said Subsidies be sett by all their respective Limitts, or in such Limitts as the high Collector shall be soe severally assigned shall under their Seales and Signes Manuall deliver one Estreate indented in Parchment compriseing in it the names of all such persons as were assigned to leavy the said perticular summes and the summes of every Hundred Wapentake Towne or other Place aforesaid with the names and surnames of the persons soe chargeable according to the Estreate soe thereof first made and delivered as is aforesaid, And the Collectors to be assigned shall be charged to answere the whole Summe comprized in the said Estreats limitted to his Collection as is aforesaid

XVII. Commissioners to take Recognizances of Collectors.

Condition of Recognizance for Two first Subsidies.; Condition of Recognizance of Two last Subsidies.; Commissioners to certify Recognizances, &c. into the Exchequer.; Penalty £10. Collector not making Recognizance, Penalty £20. Exchequer to cancel Recognizances on Payment of Collection into Exchequer without Fee. Collector may appoint Days and Places for Payment of Collection. Assessor, &c. not paying Collection to High Collectors, with Allowance of 2d. in the Pound of Collection.; Distress.; Proceedings thereon.

Provided alwayes and bee it enacted by the Authoritie aforesaid That the said Co[m]missioners haveing Authority by this Act to name and nominate the said High Collectors of every the said Subsidyes shall immediately upon their nomination and election take by Authority of this present Parliament sufficient Recognizances or Obligations without any Fee or Reward to be paid therefore of every person soe by them to be named to be High Collectors to be bound to the Kings Majesty in the double Summe of the Summe of his Collection, And to be endorsed and made upon such Condition (that is to say) for the Collection of the payment of the said Two first of the said Fower Subsidies that if the said Collector his Heires or Executors doe truely content and pay to the use of the Kings Majestie his Heires [and (fn. 106) ] Successors in the Receipt of the said Exchequer at or before the First day of November now next comeing soe much of the said Summe of money allotted and appointed to his Collection as he shall collect and gather and content and pay the Residue of his Collection and Charge within one Moneth [next (fn. 107) ] after such time as he hath collected and gathered the same Residue, that then the said Recognizance or Obligation to be void or else to stand in full strength and vertue. And for the collection of the said Two last of the said Fower Subsidyes upon Condition that if the said Collector his Heires or Executors doe truely content and pay to the use of the Kings Majestie His Heires or Successors in His Receipt of Exchequer at or before the First day of May then next following soe much of the said Summe of money allotted and appointed to his Collection as he shall collect and gather and content and pay the Residue of his Collection and Charge within one Moneth next after such time as he hath collected and gathered the same Residue that then the [same (fn. 108) ] Recognizances or Obligations to be void or else to stand in full strength and vertue; Which said severall Recognizances or Obligations soe taken the said Co[m]missioners shall severally certifie and deliver into the Kings Majestyes Exchequer with the severall Certificates of the said Taxations and Rates of the payments of the said Subsidyes at and by the times to them prescribed and appointed by this Act for the Certificate of the said severall Taxations of the said Subsidy upon paine of forfeiture of Ten pounds to the Kings Majestie for every Recognizance or Obligation not soe certified, And that every Collector soe elected named and chosen upon request to him made shall knowledge and make the said Recognizance or Obligation upon paine of forfeiture of Twenty pounds to the Kings Majestie for refusall thereof, And that the Treasurer and Barons of the Exchequer for the time being upon payment of the said severall Collections of the Subsidyes at the dayes and times herein limited for the payment thereof, shall cancell and deliver the Recognizances or Obligations for the payment thereof to the Collector or Collectors without any other Warrant and without any Fee or Reward to be paid for the same to any person, And every Collector soe deputed haveing the said Estreate in Parchment as is aforesaid shall have Authoritie by this Act to appoint dayes and places within the circuit of his Collection for the payment of the said Subsidyes to him to be made, And thereof to give warning by Proclamation or otherwise to all the Constables or other Persons or Inhabitants haveing the charge of the perticular Collection within the Hundreds Parishes Townes or other places by him or them limitted to make payment of the said perticular Collection of every Summe as to them shall appertaine, And if at the same day and place soe limitted and prefixed by the said High Collector, the said Constable Officers or ( (fn. 109) ) other Persons or Inhabitants as is aforesaid for the said perticular Collection assigned and appointed within such Hundred Citty Towne or other place due and comprised in the said Estreate thereof to them delivered by the said Co[m]missioners or some of them as is aforesaid or soe much thereof as they have by any meanes received two pence for every pound for the said perticular Collection as is aforesaid alwayes thereof to be allowed, excepted and abated that then it shall be lawfull to the said High Collectors and every of them and to their Assignes to destraine every of the said Constables Officers and other Inhabitants for their severall and perticular Collection of the said Summe comprised in the said Estreate and Writeing thereof to them and every of them as is before expressed delivered, or for soe much of the same Summe as soe then shall happen to be gathered and levyed and behind and unpaid by the Goods and Chattells of every of them soe being behinde, And the Distresse soe taken to be kepte and appraised and sold as is aforesaid, And thereof to take and leavy the Summes soe then being behinde and unpaid, And the overplus comeing of the Sale of the said Distresse (if any be) to be restored and delivered to the owner in forme above remembred

XVIII. Persons having been Collectors of First Subsidy not to be appointed Collectors of Second Subsidy unless they shew Quietus est.

Penalty £100.

Provided alwayes and be it enacted by the Authority aforesaid That noe person or persons shall be nominated or appointed to be High Collector or Collectors for the two last of the said Fower Subsidyes granted by this Act which before that time hath beene a Collector or Collectors [of (fn. 110) ] the two first of the said Fower Subsidyes or either of them unlesse such person or persons soe to be nominated or appointed High Collector or Collectors for the said two first of the said Fower Subsidyes doe first shew forth before him or them by whom [they (fn. 111) ] shall be nominated and appointed his Quietus est for his discharge of his Collection before appointed to his discharge upon paine of One hundred pounds to be paid and forfeited by him or them that shall soe nominate and appoint any such Collector contrary to this present Act,

XIX. Persons living in Cities, &c. not to be Collectors or Assessors out of them.

Provided alwayes That noe person inhabiting in any Citty Burrough or Towne Corporate shall be compelled to be any Assessor or Collector of or for any part of the said Subsidyes in any place or places out of the said Citty Burrough or Towne Corporate where he dweleth

XX. Persons after being charged with Receipt of Assessment, dying or removing or concealing their Goods; or when Monies comprized in Estreat cannot be levied by Distress; or where Distress cannot be sold.

Process out of the Exchequer and the Commissioners may direct Precepts to Officer to levy such Money.; Who may distrain.; Distress to be appraised and sold.; If Distress taken out of Limit assigned, Allowance.; Persons charged to be discharged by Distrees.

And it is alsoe by the said Authoritie enacted That if any Inhabitants or Officers or whatsoever person or persons charged to and for the Collection and Receipt of any part or portion of the said Subsidyes by any manner of meanes according to this Act or any person or persons for themselves or as Keeper Guardian, Deputie, Factor or Attourney of or for any other person or persons for any Goods or Chattells of the Owner thereof at the time of the assessing to be paid being out of this Realme or in any other parts not knowne, or of and for the Goods and Chattells of any other person or persons of any Corporation Fraternity Mistery or other whatsoever Comonaltie being Corporate or not Corporate and all persons haveing in their Rule Governance and Custody any Goods or Chattells at the time of the said Assessing or any of them to be made or which for any cause for and by Collection or for himselfe or for any other, or by reason that he hath the Rule Governance [and (fn. 112) ] Custodie of any Goods or Chattells of any other person or persons Corporations Comonaltie Fraternitie Guild or Misterie or any such other like or as Factor Deputy or Attourney of or for any person shall be taxed valued rated and sett to any Summe and Summes by reason of this Act, And after the Taxation and assessing upon any such person or persons as shall be charged with the receipt of the same happen to dye, or depart from the place where he was taxed and sett, or his Goods or Chattells; to be soe eloyned or in such privy or covert manner kept as the same person or persons charged with the same by Estreates or [or (fn. 113) ] other Writeings from the said Co[m]missioners or as many of them as shall be thereunto appointed by the said Co[m]mission as is aforesaid can nor may leavy the same Summe and Summes comprised within the same Estreates by the said Distresse within the limitts of their Collection as is aforesaid, or cannot sell such Distresse or Distresses as be taken for any the said Payments before the time limitted to the High Collector for his payment to be made in the Kings Majestyes Receipt then upon relation thereof with due examination by the Oath, or examination of such person or persons as shall be charged with and for the Receipt and Collection of the same before the said Co[m]missioners, or as many of them as by the said Co[m]mission shall be thereunto appointed where such person or persons or other (as is aforesaid) their Goods and Chattells were sett and taxed, and upon plaine Certificate thereof made unto the Kings Majestyes Exchequer by the same Co[m]missioners aswell of the Dwelling place Names and Summes of the said persons of whom the same Summes cannot be levyed and had as is aforesaid, then aswell the Constable and other Inhabitants, appointed for the same perticular Collection against the High Collector as the High Collector, upon his Account and Oath in the said Exchequer to be discharged thereof, and Processe to be made for the Kings Majestie out of the same Exchequer by the discretion of the Barons of the same Exchequer against such person his Heires or Executors soe being behind with his payment, And alsoe that the same Co[m]missers to whom any such Declaration of the Premisses shall be made in forme aforesaid from time to time shall have full power and authority to direct their Precept or Precepts to the said person or persons charged with any summe of for and upon, any such person and persons or other as is aforesaid, or to any Sheriffe Steward Bayliffe or other whatsoever Officer Minister person or persons of such place or places or any such person or persons soe oweing any such summe or summes shall have Lands or Tenements and other Hereditaments or reall Possessions Goods and Chattells whereby any such person or persons soe indebted his Heires Executors or Assignes or other haveing the Custodie Governance or Disposition of any Goods or Chattells Lands Tenements or other Hereditaments which ought or may by this Act be lawfully distrained or taken for the same hath and shall have Goods Chattells Lands Tenements or other Possessions, whereof such summe and summes which by any such person or persons may or ought to be levyed, be it within the limitts of such Co[m]mission where such person or persons was or were taxed or without in any place within this Realme of England Wales [or (fn. 115) ] other the Kings Majestyes Dominions [Marshes (fn. 115) ] or Territoryes by which Precept aswell such person or persons shall be charged to leavy such money as the Officer of the place or places where such Distresse may be taken shall have full power and authoritie to destraine every such person indebted charged or chargeable by this Act or his Executors or Administrators of his Goods and Chattells his Guardians Factors Deputyes Lessees Farmers and Assignes, and all other persons by whose hands or out of whose Lands any such person should have Fee Rent Annuity or other Proffitt, or which at the time of the said Assessing shall have Goods or Chattells or any other thing moveable of any such person or persons being indebted or owing such summe, and the Distresses soe taken cause to be kepte appraised and sold in like manner and forme as is aforesaid for the Distresse to be taken upon such persons to be taxed to the said Subsidyes and be insufficient to destraine within the Limitts of the Collectors Inhabitants or other Officers charged with or for the said Summes soe upon them to be taxed, And if any such Distresse for non payment happen to be taken out of the [Limitts (fn. 116) ] of the said persons charged and assigned to leavy the said persons soe charged for the leavying of any such summes by distresse shall perceive and take of the same Distresse for the labour of every person goeing for the execution of every Mile that every person soe laboureth for the same Two pence, And every Farmer Guardian Tennant Factor or other whatsoever person being destrained or other person charged for payment of any such summe or summes or any other summe by reason of this Act shall be of such summe or summes of him or them soe levyed and taken discharged and acquitted at his next day of payment for the same or at the delivery of such Goods and Chattells as he that is soe destrained had in his custodie or governance against him or them that shall be soe taxed and sett Any Grant or Writeing Obligatory or other whatsoever matter to the contrary made heretofore notwithstanding.

XXI. Persons distrained having no Lands, &c.

Proceedings.; Imprisonment until Sums due, and also Fee for Arrest, paid.; Officer not executing Process; Penalty 20s.; Gaoler suffering Escape;; Penalty 40s. and Double Value of Rate and Fees.; Like Process for Subsidies due by any Person charged for another unpaid.; In default of Payment, Imprisonment.; Certificate by Commissioners.; Persons suspected to be not indifferently taxed refusing to appear or be examined.; Penalty 40s. or under, at Discretion of Commissioners.; Commissioners may punish by Imprisonment.

And if any such person that should be soe destrained have noe Lands or Tenements sufficient whereby he or his Tennants and Farmers may be destrained or have aliened eloyned or hid his Goods and Chattells whereby he should or might be destrained in such manner that such Goods or Chattells should not be knowne or found soe that the summe of or by him to be paid in the said forme shall not nor can be conveniently leavyed then upon relation thereof to the Co[m]missers or soe many of them as by this Act or the said Co[m]mission shall be thereunto appointed where such person or persons was taxed and sett by the Oathes of him or them that shall be charged with the leavying and payment of that summe or summes the said Co[m]missers shall make a Precept in such manner as is aforesaid for to attach take and arreast the body of such person or persons that ought to pay the said summes, And by this Act shall be charged with and for the said summe and summes and them soe taken safely to keepe in Prison within the Shire or other place where any such person or persons shall be taken and attached there to remaine without baile or mainprize untill they have paid the said summe or summes that such person for himselfe or for any other by this Act shall be chargeable or ought to be charged withall, And alsoe for the Fees of every such Arreast to him or them that shall execute such Precept twenty pence, And that every Officer unto whom such Precept shall be directed doe his true diligence and execute the same upon every person soe being indebted upon paine to forfeite to the Kings Majestie for every defaulte in that behalfe Twenty shillings, And that noe Keeper of any Goale from his Goale suffer any [such (fn. 117) ] person or persons to goe at large by letting to baile or otherwise to depart out of his Prison before he have beene paid his said debt and the said Twenty pence for his arreast upon paine to forfeite to the Kings Majestie Forty shillings, And the said Gaoler to pay to the Kings Majestic the double value aswell of the Rate which the said [person soe imprisoned (fn. 117) ] was taxed at as of the said Twenty pence for the Fees, And like Processe and Remedy in like forme shall be granted by the said Co[m]missers or as many of them as by this Act or the said Commission shall be thereunto appointed at like information of every person or persons being charged with any summe of money for any other person or persons by reason of the said Subsidyes and not thereof paid but wilfully withdrawen, nor the same leavyable within the Limitts where such persons were thereunto taxed, And if the summe or summes being behinde unpaid by any person or persons as is aforesaid be leavyed and gathered by force of the said Processe to be made by the said Co[m]missers, or if in defaulte, or for lacke of payment thereof the person or persons soe oweing the said summe and summes of money by Processe of the same Co[m]missers to be made as is aforesaid be co[m]mitted to Prison in forme abovesaid That then the said Comissers which shall award such Processe shall make Certificate thereof in the said Exchequer of that shall be done in the Premisses in the Terme next following after such summe or summes of money soe being behind shall be leavyed and gathered, or such person or persons for non-payment of the same committed to Prison, And if it happen any of the said Collectors to be assigned or any Maiors Sheriffes Stewards Constables the Headborough Burseholder Bayliffe or any other Officer or Minister or other whatsoever person or persons to disobey the said Co[m]missers or any of them in the reasonable request to them made by the said Co[m]missers for the execution of the said Co[m]mission, or if any of the Officers or other persons doe refuse that to them shall appertaine and belong to doe by reason of any Precept to him or them to be directed or any reasonable Commandment Instance or Request touching the premisses, or other defaulte in any Appearance or Collection to make, or if any person [be (fn. 118) ] suspected not to be indifferently taxed as is aforesaid doe refuse to be examined according to the tenour of this Act before the said Co[m]missers or as many of them as shall be thereunto assigned as is aforesaid or will not appeare before the said Co[m]missers upon warning to him made or else make resistance or rescues upon any Distresse upon him to be taken for any parcell of the said Subsidyes, or committ any misdemeanour in any manner or wise contrary to this Act, or committ any wilfull omission, or other whatsoever wilfull doeing or misdoeing contrary to the tenour of this Act or Grant, The same Co[m]missers and every number of them above remembred or two of them at the least upon certaine knowledge of any such misdemeanours had, by Information or Examination shall and may sett upon every such Offender for every such Offence in the name of a Fine by the same Offender to be forfeited Forty shillings or under by discretion of the same Co[m]missers, And further the said Co[m]missers and every number of them or two of them at the least shall have Authority by this present Act to punish every such Offender by Impisonment there to remaine and to be delivered by their discretion as shall seeme to them convenient, the said Fines if any such be to be certifyed by the said Co[m]missers that soe assessed the same into the Kings Majestyes Exchequer there to be levyed and paid by the Collectors of that part for the said Subsidyes returned into the said Exchequer to be therewith charged with the payment of the said Subsidyes in such manner as if the said Fines had beene sett and taxed upon the said Offenders for the said Subsidyes;

XXII. Allowance to High Collectors upon their Accounts.

Allowance to be paid by Collectors to Commissioners for Expences and Labour of their Clerks; Remedy for the same for Commissioners against Collectors; Commissioners, &c. not compellable to make Presentments other than to Exchequer.; Head Collectors of Two first Subsidies not compellable to be Collectors of Two last.; Taking Fees of Accountants.; Penalty.; Imprisonment.; Commissioners at Meetings to shew Certificates and Presentments to the other Commissioners.; Indenture of Collectors Names, and of Sums written to Collectors, Fines, &c. to be certified by Commissioners into the Exchequer.; Collectors answerable for their own Collection only.; Commissioners, if they cannot agree, &c. may make several Indentures.; Collectors not chargeable for other Collectors.; Commissioners or Collectors, or Persons taxed, dying before discharged, Heirs and Executors chargeable as such Persons would have been if alive; Commissioners not thinking fit to join in one Certificate, Proceedings; Commissioners making default of Certificate, Process out of Exchequer against them.

And be it alsoe enacted by the said Authority of this present Parliament That every of the said High Collectors which shall account for any part of the said Subsidies in the said Exchequer upon their severall Accounts to be yeilded, shall be allowed at every of the said payments of the said Subsidyes for every pound limitted to his Collection whereof any such Collector shall be charged and yeild Account Six pence as parcell of their charge that is to say of every pound thereof for such person as then have had the perticular Collection of the Townes and other places as is aforesaid specified in his Collection Two. pence, And other Two pence of every pound thereof every of the said cheife Collectors or their Accomptants to retaine to their owne use for their labour and charge in and about the premisses, And two pence of every pound residue to be delivered allowed and paid by the said Collector soe being thereof allowed to such of the Co[m]missers as shall take upon them the busines and labour for and about the premisses that is to say every Collector to pay that Co[m]missers or Comissers which had the ordering of the Writeings of and for every of the said Subsidyes where the said Collector or Collectors had their Collection for the expences of the said Co[m]missers soe takeing upon them the said busines and labour of the Clerks writeing the said Precepts and Extracts of the said Collections the said last Two pence of every pound to be divided amongst the said Co[m]missers haveing regard to their labour and busines taken by them and their said Clerks in and about the premisses, for which part soe to the said Co[m]missers appertaining, the said Co[m]missers Six Five Fower Three or Two or as many of them as shall be thereunto appointed by this Act, or the Kings Majestyes Co[m]mission, and every of them joyntly and severally for his and their said part may have his remedy against the Collector or Collectors which thereof have beene or might have beene allowed by Action of Debt, in which the Defendant shall not wage his Law, neither Protection nor Injunction [nor (fn. 119) ] Essoigne shall be allowed, And that noe person now being of the number of the Company of this present Parliament nor any Co[m]misser shall be named or assigned to be any Collector or Subcollector or Presenter of the said Subsidyes or any part thereof, nor any Co[m]missers shall be compelled to make any Presentment or Certificate other then into the Kings Majestyes [said (fn. 120) ] Exchequer of for or concerning the said Subsidyes or any part or parcell thereof, And likewise that noe other person that shall be named and assigned to be Co[m]missers in any place to and for the execution of this Act of Subsidyes be or shall be assigned or named Head Collector of any of the Payments of the said Subsidyes neither of any part thereof, And that every such person and persons which shall be named and appointed as is aforesaid to be Head Collector of and for the payment of the said Two first Subsidyes or of any part thereof shall not be compelled to be Collector for the payment of the said two last Subsidyes nor any part thereof, And the said Collectors which shall be assigned for the Collection of the said Fower Subsidyes or of any part thereof and every of them [be and (fn. 120) ] shall be acquitted and discharged of all manner of Fees and Rewards and of every other charge in the Kings Majestyes Exchequer or concerning the same to be asked, And that if any person receive or take any Fees Rewards or Pleasures of any such Accomptants or use any unnecessary delay in their Account that then he shall forfeite to the Kings Majestie for every penny or value of every pennyworth Five shillings and Five pounds to the party greived for every such delay and suffer Imprisonment at the Kings Majestyes pleasure And after every taxeing and assessing of the said severall Subsidies as is aforesaid had or made and the said Extracts thereof in Parchment unto the Collector in manner and forme before rehearsed, delivered the said Co[m]missers which shall take upon them the execution of this Act within theire respective Limitts by their agreement shall have meeteings together, at which meeteing every of the said Co[m]missers which then shall have taken upon them the execution of any part of this Act shall by himselfe or his sufficient Deputie truely certifie and bring forth unto the said Co[m]missers named by this Act or in the said Co[m]mission the Certificate and Presentment made before him and such other Co[m]missers as were limitted with him in one Limitt, soe as the same Certificate may be accounted and cast with the other Certificates within their respective Limitts, And then the said Co[m]missers and every number of them unto two at the least as is aforesaid if any be in life, or their Executors or Administrators of their goods (if they then be dead) shall joyntly and severally as they were divided within their Limitts under their Seales by their Discretions make one or severall writeings indented containing in it aswell the names of the said Collectors by the Co[m]missers for such Collections and Accounts in the Exchequer and payments in the said receipt deputed and assigned as the grosse and severall summes written unto every such Collectors to receive the said Subsidyes And alsoe all Fines Amerciaments and other Forfeitures if any such by reason of this Act happen to be within their respective Limitts and Precincts to be certified into the Kings Majestyes said Exchequer by the said Co[m]missers, in which writeing or writeings indented soe to be certified shall be plainely declared and expressed the whole matter and entire su[m]me or su[m]mes of the said Subsidyes severally limitted to the Collection of the said Collectors severally deputed and assigned to the said summes soe as none of the said Collectors soe certifyed into the Exchequer shall be compelled there to accompt or be charged but onely to and for the summes limitted to his Collection, and not to or for any summe limitted to the Collection of his Fellowes, But every of them shall be severally charged for their part limitted to their Collection, And if the said respective Co[m]missers amongst themselves in that matter cannot agree, or if any of them be not ready or refuse to make Certificate with the other of the same Co[m]missers that then the said Co[m]missers may make severall Indentures in forme aforesaid of their severall Limitts or Seperations of Collectors within their respective Limitts upon and in the Hundreds Wards Wapentakes Lathes Rapes or such other like Divisions within their respective Limitts as the places there shall require to be severed and divided and as to the same Co[m]missers shall seeme good, to make Divisions or other Limits or Collections for the severall charges of the same Collectors, soe that alwayes one Collector shall be charged and accompt for his part to him to be limitted onely by himselfe and not for any summe limitted to the part of any of his Fellowes, And the charges of every of the Collectors to be sett and certified severally upon them, And every such Collector upon his accompt and payment of the summe of money limitted within his Collection to be severally by himselfe acquitted and discharged in the said Exchequer without paying any manner of Fees or Rewards to any person or persons for the same upon paine and penalty last above mentioned and not to be charged for any portion of any other Collector, And if any Co[m]misser after he hath taken Certificate of them, that as is aforesaid shall be before any Co[m]missers examined and the Sumes rated and sett and the Bookes and Writeings thereof being in his hands, or if any Collector or other person charged with any Receipt of any part of the said Subsidyes or any other person taxed or otherwise by this Act charged with or for any parcell of the said Subsidyes or with any other Summe Fine Amerciament Penalty or other Forfeiture happen to dye before the Co[m]missers Collectors or other whatsoever person or persons have executed accomplished satisfyed or sufficiently discharged that which to every such person shall appertaine or belong to doe according to this Act, then the Executors and Heires of every such person and all [others (fn. 121) ] seised of any Lands and Tenements that any such person being charged by this Act, and disceasing before he be discharged thereof, or any other to his use onely had of an estate of Inheritance at the time that any such person was named Co[m]misser, Collector or otherwise charged with or for any manner of thing to be done satisfyed or paid by reason of this Act, And all those that have in their possession or hands any Goods Chattells Leases or other things that were to any such person or persons at the time of his death or any Lands or Tenements that were the same persons at the time that he was as is aforesaid charged by this Act shall be by the same compelled and charged to doe and accomplish in every case as the same person soe being charged should have done or might have beene compelled to doe if he had beene in plaine life after such Rate of the Lands and Goods of the said Comisser and Collector as the party shall have in his hands, And if the said Co[m]missers for causes reasonable them moveing shall thinke it not fitt to joyne in one Certificate as is aforesaid, then the said person or persons that shall first joyne together or he that shall first certifie the said Writeing indented as is aforesaid shall certifie all the names of the Co[m]missers of that respective Division, Whereupon such Writeing shall be there then to be certifyed with division of the Hundreds Wapentakes Wards Tythings and other places to and among such Co[m]missers of the same Division with the names of the said Co[m]missers where such Seperations and Divisions shall be, with the grosse Summes of money aswell of and for the said Subsidyes, and taxed or sett of or within the said Hundreds Wards Wapentakes or other places to him or them divided or assigned that shall soe certifie the said first Writeings, as of the Fines Amerciaments Penaltyes and other Forfeitures if any happen to be within the same limitts whereof the same Writeings shall be certifyed And after such Writeings indented which as is aforesaid shall be certifyed and not containe in it the whole and full summes sett and taxed within the respective Limitts of the said Co[m]missers, the other Co[m]missers before the day of payment of the said Subsidy shall certifie into the said Exchequer by their Writeing or Writeings indented to be made as is aforesaid the grosse and severall summes sett and taxed within the places to them limitted for every of the said Subsidyes and other Fines Amerciaments Penaltyes and Forfeitures with the names of the Hundreds Wards Wapentakes and other places to them assigned or else by their said Writeings indented to certifie at the same place before the same day of payment such reasonable causes for their excuses why they may not make such Certificate of and for the said Subsidyes Fines Amerciaments and other Forfeitures growing or sett by reason of the causes of their letts or for their not certifying as is aforesaid or else in defaulte thereof Processe to be made out of the Kings Majestyes said Exchequer against the said Co[m]missers and every of them not makeing Certificate as is aforesaid by the direction of the Treasurer and Barons of the said Exchequer.

XXIII. Proviso for Stamford Baron.

Provided alwayes and bee it enacted by the Authoritie aforesaid That the Inhabitants of the Parish of St Martins called Stamford Baron in the Suburbs of the Burrough and Towne of Stamford in the South part of the Waters there called Wellands which hereafter shall be contributary to the payment of these present Subsidyes granted to the Kings Majestie His Heires and Successors shall be assessed rated and taxed for the same by such Co[m]missers which shall be appointed for the taxing rateing and assessing of the same Subsidyes within the County of Lincolne, and shall be for the same contributary and pay the said Subsidyes to the Collector or Collectors which shall be assigned and appointed for the leavying and gathering of the same with the Aldermen and Burgesses of the same Burrough and Towne of Stamford,

XXIV. Persons having Spiritual and Temporal Possessions, and also Personal Property, not to be doubly charged.

Provided alwayes and be it enacted by the Authority aforesaid That all and every person and persons haveing Mannours Lands Tenements and other Hereditaments chargeable to the payment of the said Subsidyes granted to the Kings Majestie by this Act, And alsoe haveing Spirituall Possessions charged to His Majestie by any Grant made or to be made by the Clergy of this Realme in their Convocation, and over this haveing Substance in Goods and Chattells chargeable by the said Act That then if any of the said person or persons be hereafter charged assessed and taxed for the said Mannours Lands and Tenements and Spirituall Possessions, and alsoe charged assessed and taxed for his and their Goods and Chattells That then he or they shall be onely charged by vertue of this Act for his and their said Mannours Lands Tenements Hereditaments and Spirituall Possessions, or onely for his said Goods and Chattells, the best thereof to be taken for the Kings Majestie and not to be charged for both, or doubly charged for any of them, Any thing in this Act contained to the contrary in any wise notwithstanding,

XXV. Exception for Scotland, Ireland, Jersey, and Guernsey.

Provided alwayes That this grant of Subsidyes nor any thing therein contained in any wise extend not to charge the Inhabitants of Scotland Ireland Jersey and Guernsey or any of them or for or concerning any Mannours Lands Tenements or other Possessions Goods Chattells and other moveable Substance which the said Inhabitants or Dwellers or any others to their use have within Scotland Ireland Jersey and Garnsey or in any of them, or of for or concerning any Fees or Wages which any of the said Inhabitants or Dwellers have of the Kings Majesty for their attendance and doeing service to our Soveraigne Lord the Kings Majestye in Scotland Ireland Jersey and Garnsey or any of them, Any thing in this present Act to the contrary notwithstanding.

XXVI. Proviso for Patents of Liberties, &c. to Cities, &c.

Provided alsoe That all Letters Patents granted by the Kings Majestie or any of His Noble Progenitors to any Cittyes Burroughes or Townes within this Realme of any manner of Liberties Priviledges or Exemptions from the burthen and charge of any such Grants of Subsidyes which be at this present time in force and availeable shall remaine good and effectuall to the said Cittyes Burroughes and Townes hereafter according to the purports thereof Although the Inhabitants of the same and alsoe the said Corporations shall upon the great and weighty Considerations of the Grant aforesaid be for this Grant charged and contributary in like manner forme and sorte as other Cittyes Burroughes and Townes which be not in any wise priviledged but by this Act charged

XXVII. Orphans and Infants' not chargeable to Subsidies.

Provided alwayes and be it enacted by the Authority aforesaid That noe Orphan or Infant within the age of One and twenty yeares borne within any of the Kings Majestyes Dominions shall be charged to any payment of these Subsidyes for his or their Goods or Chattells to him or her left or bequeathed Any thing in this Act contained to the contrary not withstanding

XXVIII. Universities of Oxford and Cambridge, Winchester College and Eaton College, the Poor Knights of Windsor, Free Schools and Reader, &c. in the Universities of Oxford and Cambridege, and Hospitals, &c. not chargeable.

Provided alsoe That this Act nor any thing, therein contained shall extend to the Lands or Goods of any Colledge Hall or Hostell within the Universityes of Oxford and Cambridge or either of them, or to the Goods or Lands of the Colledge of Winton founded by Bishop Wickham, or to the Goods or Lands of the Colledge of Eaton next Windsor, or to the Lands Tenements or Revenues onely assigned and appointed for the sustentation and liveing of the poore Knights founded in the Castle, or Colledge of Windsor by our late Soveraigne Lord King Henry the Eighth or to any the Goods or Chattells of the same Knights or any of them or to the Goods or Lands of any Common Free Grammer Schoole within the Realme of England and Wales or the Goods of any Reader Schoole master or Schollar or any Graduate Resiant or remaining for Study without Fraude or Covin within any the said Universityes and Colledges of Oxford and Cambridge or to any of them, or to any of their servants tending dayly upon any of them, or to the Goods and Lands of any Hospitall Meason dieu or Spitle House prepared and used for the sustentation and releife of poore people Any thing in this Act contained to the contrary in any wise notwithstanding.

XXIX. Alien or Denizen assigning his Lands, &c. to his Child, with Intent to defraud the Subsidy, such Child chargeable as an Alien.

Provided neverthelesse and bee it enacted by the Authority aforesaid. That if any Alien or Stranger borne Denizen or not Denizen and dwelling and inhabiting within this Realme of England shall assigne and convey over unto his or their Childe or Children borne within the said Realme of England any his or their Lands Tenements Goods or Chattells to the intent thereby to defraud the Kings Majestie of the said Subsidyes of or for the same, that then all and every such Childe and Children soe being seised of any such Lands and Tenements and possessed of any such Goods or Chattells shall be charged and chargeable to and with the payment of double the said Subsidyes for the same Lands Tenements Goods and Chattells at the said Rates and Values as Aliens and Strangers Denizens or not Denizens are before limitted and appointed to pay,

XXX. Inhabitants of Cinque Ports for the most Part of the Year before the Grant not chargeable during Resiance.

Provided alsoe and be it further enacted That the said Grant of Subsidyes or any thing therein contained doe not in any wise extend or be prejudiciall or hurtfull to any of the Inhabitants or, Resiants haveing dwelt for the most part of the yeare next before the taxeing and assessing of the Subsidyes aforesaid within the Five Ports Corporate or to any their Members incorporated or united to the said Five Ports, or to any of the said Five Ports, But that such the Inhabitants or Resiants as aforesaid in the said Five Ports Corporate and their Members be and shall be of and from the said Grant and Payment of every of the said Subsidyes and every part thereof and onely dureing their Resiance as aforesaid and noe longer, clearely acquitted and discharged, Any matter or whatsoever thing in this present Act had or made to the contrary notwithstanding;

XXXI. Inhabitants of Rumney Marsh in like manner not chargeable.

Provided alsoe That the said Grant of Subsidyes doe not in any wise extend to be prejudiciall or hurtfull to the English Inhabitants or Resiants at this present time within the Libertyes of Rumney Marsh of or for any part of the said Summes granted in this present Parliament of the said English Inhabitants now there Resiants or any of them, to be taxed sett asked levyed or paid, But that the English Inhabitants and now Resiants of Rumney Marsh aforesaid and every of them be and shall be of and from the Grant [& Payment (fn. 122) ] of the said Subsidyes dureing their Resiance there and noe longer acquitted and discharged, Any matter and whatsoever thing in this present Act made to the contrary notwithstanding

XXXII. Regard to be had to Debts and former Subsidies

Provided and bee it further enacted and declared by the Authoritie aforesaid That for the better Directions of the said Comissers in the due execution of this Act there shall be a restriction as to the reall Value of Lands and Goods by haveing regard to Debts and other necessary Expences, And with relation to former Presidents of Subsidyes in the Raignes of King James and King Charles the first in the manner of taxing and levying thereof.

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8 Charles Cheyney, Edmond Waller senior O.
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12 John O.
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