Charles II, 1677
An Act for raising the Summe of Five hundred eighty foure thousand nine hundred seaventy eight pounds two shillings and two pence halfe-penny for the speedy building Thirty Shipps of Warr.

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1819

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'Charles II, 1677: An Act for raising the Summe of Five hundred eighty foure thousand nine hundred seaventy eight pounds two shillings and two pence halfe-penny for the speedy building Thirty Shipps of Warr.', Statutes of the Realm: volume 5: 1628-80 (1819), pp. 802-836. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=47461 Date accessed: 26 July 2014.


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Reasons for passing this Act.
II. Commissioners named.
III. Meetings of Commissioners to execute Act 10th May next; may divide themselves
IV. to set down in Writing what Number shall act in each Division.
V. Receiver General to give to Commissioners Receipts for Payments made to them.
VI. Commissioners to cause Assessment to be equally made, and to appoint Assessors,; who are to assess by a Pound Rate.
VII.£103,231.8s. 7½d. the First Payment, to be paid to Receiver General; on or before 24th June 1677; Second Payment, 29th Sept. 1677;
VIII. Collectors to pay Money received by them to Receiver General.
IX. Particular Collectors to pay in Money received by them to Receiver General.
X. Collectors to receive 4d. in the Pound.
XI. Persons rated refusing to pay, Distress.
XII. Tenant so paying acquitted for Amount of Payment.
XIII. If Assessment be not fully paid, or laid on Persons unable, or on empty Houses, &c.
XIV. Persons refusing to execute Act Commissioners may fine them, not exceeding £ 20. for One Offence.
XV. Collectors not paying, or detaining Monies received by them, Commissioners may imprison them and seize their Estates Real and Personal;
XVI. At the Expiration of times for the said Payments Commissioners to; call Collectors before them, and assure themselves of Payments of Monies charged.;
XVII. If Controversies arise in which Commissioners interested, such Commissioners to withdraw.
XVIII. Privileged Places, Fee Farm Rents, &c. liable.
XIX. Proviso for the Universities and the Colleges of Winchester, Eton, Westminster, Free Schools ; Hospitals of Saint Bartholomew, Bridewell, Saint Thomas, and Bethlehem, &c.
XX. Person dwelling in London in one Parish, &c. and having Goods in other Parishes, &c. to be charged where he dwells.
XXI. No Clause in this Act to lessen Payment.
XXII. If Pound Rate be found prejudicial Commissioners may assess in the manner usual in respective Counties, &c.
XXIII. Proviso for Agreements as to Taxes between Landlord and Tenant.
XXIV. Places to be assessed in such Hundreds, &c. as heretofore.
XXXV. In Actions brought for executing Act, General Issue may be pleaded.
XXVI. Proviso in respect of a Decree in Chancery as to Lands in Sheriff Hales, in the County of Salop, &c.
XXVII. Receivers General to give Acquittances to Collectors without Fee.
XXVIII. Remedy for Parish, &c. against Land or Houses void of Distress for which they have paid.
XXIX. When Wood Lands assessed and no Distress, Collectors, Sec. may cut and sell to pay Assessment.
XXX. Where Assessment on Tithes, and other Profits not distrainable, not paid, Collector, &c. may seize and sell.
XXXI. Commissioners for Middlesex and Westminster may; appoint Assessors, who are to ascertain and rate Offices, Townships, &c. chargeable, and to return the same to the Commissioners.
XXXII. Proviso for Rights of Peers, Clergy, Universities, &c.
XXXIII. Receivers General making unjust Certificate or Return, or setting insuper;
XXXIV. The several Payments to be paid to Receiver General, and by him into the Exchequer, within 20 Days after the times herein mentioned.
XXXV. Money to be appropriated to building, rigging, &c. 30 Ships of War.
XXXVI. To be completed within Two Years from 24th June next.
XXXVII. Collectors of Parishes, &c. keeping Monies collected in their Hands unduly, or unduly paying away the same; Penalty £5.
XXXVIII. No Warrant for Payment of Monies to be directed to any Person other than into Receipt of Exchequer, nor for striking of any Tally of Pro or Anticipation. Teller not to throw down any Bill, &c. till he shall have received Monies.
XXXIX. Officers of Exchequer to keep distinct Accounts;
XL. Orders for money to be entered, &c. according to Dates.
XLI. Proviso where several Tallies bear Date the same Day.
XLII. Orders for Payment of Money lent may be assigned by Indorsement.
XLIII. Treasurer of Navy to keep such Monies diftinct, and issue and pay the same by Warrant of Principal Officers, &c. of the Navy.
XLIV. Commissioners, &c. of the Navy not to sign Warrant for any other Purpose than as Money is appropriated, and the Uses to be expressed in such Warrant.
XLV. Auditor of Receipt and Treasurer of Navy and Ordnance to render an Account to the Commons of Monies raised under this Act.
XLVI. Officers appointed to receive misapplying Monies;
XLVII. The like Offence by any Officer of the Exchequer, Navy or Ordnance; Penalty.
XLVIII. No Stay of Prosecution admitted in any Suit for Recovery of Penalties.
XLIX. Commissioners not liable to Penalties of 25. Car. II. c. 2.
L. How £400 per Month, Part of the £1,520. 5s. per Month on Middlesex and Westminster, to be assessed.
LI. Receiver General or Deputy not to act as Commissioners for County or Place for which he is appointed.
Footnotes

Reasons for passing this Act.

Grant of a Land Tax.; £ 584,978. 2s. 2½d. to be raised within Seventeen Months, on the several Counties, &c. and in the Proportions herein mentioned.

Most Gratious Soveraigne

Wee Your Majesties most loyall and dutyfull Subjects the Co[m]mons of England assembled in Parliament being highly sensible how necessary the Increase of Your Majesties Navall Force is at this time for the Defence of this Your Realme and for the Preservation of Your Majesties auntient and undoubted Right unto and Dominion over the Narrow Seas. For the doeing of which wee have therefore now granted a Taxe and Charge upon our Lands for the speedy building and furnishing Thirty Shipps of Warr, And wee doe humbly present Your most Gracious Majestie with the Rates and Assesments herein after mentioned, which wee doe beseech Your Majestie to accept as a testimony of our great Care for the Defence and Honour of Your Majestie and of Your Kingdome, And wee doe humbly beseech your Majestie That it may be enacted and bee it enacted by the Kings Most Excellent Majestie by and with the Advice and Consent of the Lords Spirituall and Temporall and of the Commons in this present Parliament assembled and by the Authoritie of the same That the Summe of Five hundred eighty fower thousand nine hundred seaventy eight pounds two shillings and two pence halfe peny shall be raised leavyed and paid unto your Majestie within the space of Seaventeene Moneths in manner following. that is to say The summe of Thirty fower thousand fower hundred and ten pounds nine shillings and six pence halfe peny by the moneth for Seaventeene Moneths begining from the Five and twentyeth day of March One thousand six hundred seaventy and seaven shall be assessed, taxed, collected, levyed and paid by Five Quarterly and Two Moneths Payments in the severall Countyes Cittyes Burrough Townes and Places within England and Wales and the Towne of Berwicke upon Tweede according to the severall Rates and Proportions and in such manner as is hereafter expressed That is to say For every Moneth of the said Seaventeene Moneths.

For the County of Bedford the summe of Foure hundred forty eight pounds eight shillings ten pence halfe-penny.

For the County of Berks the summe of Five hundred sixty six pounds three shillings three pence halfe penny.

The County of Bucks the summe of Six hundred fifty seaven pounds thirteene shillings two pence halfe penny.

The County of Cambridge the summe of Five hundred and ten pounds.

The Isle of Ely the summe of One hundred seaventy foure pounds eighteene shillings and eleaven pence halfe penny.

The County of Chester the summe of Three hundred seaventy three pounds eighteene shillings and seaven pence.

The Citty and County of the Citty of Chester the summe of Twenty six pounds fowerteene shillings and two pence.

The County of Cornwall the summe of Seaven hundred and seaventy pounds nine shillings one penny halfe penny.

The County of Cumberland the summe of Eighty fower pounds three shillings one halfe penny.

The County of Derby the summe of Fower hundred thirty one pounds fower shillings and two pence.

The County of Devon the summe of One thousand six hundred and fowerteene pounds nineteene shillings and seaven pence.

The Citty and County of the Citty of Exon the summe of Fifty eight pounds three shillings and eight pence.

The County of Dorset the summe of Six hundred seaventy two pounds five shillings two pence halfe penny.

The Towne and County of Pool the summe of Five pounds Nine shillings ( (fn. 1) ) ten pence.

The County of Durham the summe of One hundred sixty one pounds eighteene ( (fn. 2) ) ngs fower pence halfe penny.

The County of Yorke with the Citty and County of the Citty of Yorke and Towne and County of Kingston upon Hull the summe of One thousand seaven hundred thirty fower pounds twelve shillings and seaven pence.

The County of Essex the summe of One thousand five hundred forty nine pounds fower shillings and five pence.

The County of Gloucester the summe of Nine hundred and fower pounds five shillings one penny halfe penny.

The Citty and County of the Citty of Gloucester the summe of Nineteene pounds fowerteene shillings.

The County of Hereford the summe of Five hundred sixty five pounds sixteene shillings eight pence.

The County of Hertford the summe of Six hundred seaventy two pounds eighteene shillings one penny halfe penny.

The County of Huntingdon the summe of Three hundred and sixteene pounds seaventeene shillings one penny.

The County of Kent with the Citty and County of the Citty of Canterbury the summe of One thousand six hundred sixty three pounds nine shillings and fower pence.

The County of Lancaster the summe of Five hundred and three pounds six shillings and nine pence.

The County of Leicester the summe of Five hundred forty two pounds seaven shillings one penny halfe penny.

The County of Lincolne with the Citty and County of the Citty of Lincolne One thousand two hundred eighty seaven pounds eleaven shillings.

The Citty of London with Liberty of Saint Martins Le Grand the summe of Two thousand one hundred forty five pounds fifteene shillings and eight pence.

The County of Midlesex with the Citty and Liberty of Westminster the summe of One thousand five hundred and twenty pounds and five shillings.

The County of Monmouth the summe of One hundred ninety five pounds.

The County of Northampton the summe of Seaven hundred and six pounds nineteene shillings one penny.

The County of Nottingham with the Towne and County of the Towne of Nottingham the summe of Fower hundred thirty six pounds fowerteene shillings.

The County of Norffolke the summe of One thousand six hundred eighty five pounds six shillings.

The Citty and County of the Citty of Norwich the summe of Ninety pounds.

The County of Northumberland with the Townes of Newcastle and Berwicke upon Tweede the summe of One hundred eighty six pounds seaven shillings and ten pence.

The County of Oxon the summe of Five hundred sixty seaven pounds fifteene shillings fower pence.

The County of Rutland the summe of One hundred and twenty pounds fower shillings five pence halfe penny.

The County of Salop the summe of Six hundred and one pound seaventeene shillings one penny.

The County of Stafford the summe of Foure hundred twenty six pounds five shillings and ten pence.

The Citty and County of the Citty of Litchfield the summe of Six pounds ten shillings.

The County of Somerset the summe of One thousand three hundred eighty five pounds fifteene shillings and foure pence.

The Citty and County of the Citty of Bristoll the summe of Ninety nine pounds fowerteene shillings and two pence.

The County of Southampton with the Towne and County of Southampton and the Isle of Wight the summe of One thousand ninety fower pounds fowerteene shillings and fower pence.

The County of Suffolke the summe of One thousand, six hundred forty nine pounds five shillings and fower pence.

The County of Surrey with the Burrough of Southwarke the summe of Seaven hundred ninety eight pounds ten shillings and one penny.

[The County of Sussex the suu[m]e of Nine hundred and ten pounds thirteen shillings and tenn pence halfe penny. (fn. 3) ]

The County of Warwicke with the Citty and County of the Citty of Coventry the summe of Five hundred ninety six pounds fower shillings fower pence halfe peny.

The County of Worcester the summe of Five hundred twenty six pounds nineteene shillings six pence.

The Citty and County of the Citty of Worcester the summe of Twenty seaven pounds fowerteene shillings and nine pence.

The County of Wilts the summe of Nine hundred eighty three pounds eight shillings nine pence halfe peny.

The County of Westmorland the summe of Fifty eight pounds.

The County of Anglesey the summe of sixty two pounds sixteene shillings and ten pence.

The County of Brecknocke the summe of One hundred forty one pounds five shillings two pence three farthings.

The County of Cardigan the summe of Fifty two pounds seaventeene shillings ten pence three farthings.

The County of Carmarthen the summe of One hundred thirty six pounds three shillings and fower pence.

The County of Carnarvan the summe of Seaventy three pounds six shillings one penny.

The County of Denbigh the summe of One hundred eleaven pounds fifteene shillings three pence halfe peny.

The County of Flint the summe of Fifty nine pounds eight shillings eight pence.

The County of Glamorgan the summe of One hundred eighty nine pounds eight shillings and eleaven pence.

The County of Merioneth the summe of fifty pounds eight shillings and one halfe peny.

The County of Montgomery the summe of One hundred thirty eight pounds six shillings and one peny.

The County of Pembroke the summe of One hundred sixty three pounds five shillings.

The County of Radnor the summe of Eighty seaven pounds three shillings and fower pence.

The Towne and County of Haverford West the summe of Seaven pounds eleaven shillings eight pence halfe peny.

II. Commissioners named.

And bee it further enacted by the Authority aforesaid That all and every the persons hereafter named shall be Co[m]issioners of and for the severall and respective Countyes, Cittyes, Burroughs, Townes and Places hereafter named That is to say

For the County of Bedford.

William Russell Sir George Carteret Sir John Duncombe Charles Leigh Sir John Napier Sir John Cotten Sir Roger Burgoine Sir Thomas Alston Sir Anthony Chester Sir Humphry Winch Sir Humphry Monox Sir St John Charnock Sir Stephen Anderson Sir William Gostwick Sir John Osbourne Baronets Sir William Palmer Sir William Beecher Sir George Blundell Sir Francis Wingale Sir William Francklin Knights Paulet St John Thomas Hillersdon Oliver Luke Francis Crawley William Duncombe William Palmer Thomas Browne William Dyer Thomas Palmer Villers Chernocke Richard Stone Sir John Thompson senior William Boteler John Keeling John Vaux William Spencer John Coppin William Gery Walter Gary George Wyan Gaius Squire Robert Montague Humphry Fish John Neale John Cockaine John Ventris Robert Crompton Robert Audley Samuell Bedford Mathew Denton Mathew Dennis Richard Orlibeare Jasper Edwards Richard Edwards William Foster William Daniell John Smith St John Thompson junior Rowland Alston Henry Mountague John Harvie Esquires Thomas Halfpeny senior Gent..

For the Towne of Bedford.

The Maior of Bedford for the time being William Russell Sir John Napier Sir Humphry Winch Sir William Beecher Paulet St John Edmund Gardiner William Foster Thomas Cristie William Beckett John Beamont William Scott Alderman Crawley Paul Cobb John Spencer Robert Audley Simon Becket.

For the County of Berks.

Henry Earle of Sterling of the Kingdome of Scotland Charles Earle of Ancram of the Kingdome of Scotland Sir George Carteret Vice Chamberlaine to His Majestie, Thomas Howard Esq[uire], Sir Humphry Forrester Sir John Stonehouse Sir Henry Henn Sir Thomas Draper Sir William Rich Sir Thomas Clergis Sir Edmund Fettiplace Baronets Sir Henry Fane Knight of the Bath Sir Richard Powle Knight of the Bath Sir Robert Pye Sir William Craven Sir William Jones His Majestyes Attourney Generall Sir Thomas Dolman Sir John Elwes Sir Richard Harrison Sir Algernoon May Sir Giles Hungerford Sir William Armorer Sir Edward Norris Sir William Paule Knights Robert Packer Edward Mansfield John Nevile George Porter Peregrine Hobby William Chiffinch Richard Aldworth Edmond Fettiplace Thomas Vachell Francis Pygott Robert Sawyer John Kingsmill Edward Keat Charles Gerard William Trumball William Nelson Hungerford Dunch John Blagrave Thomas Fettiplace Samuell Brightwell William Wilmet Humphry Hyde John Finch Paul Colton William Barker of Hurst Henry Proctor Edmond Wiseman William Ball Roger Draper John Breedon John Pouny senior William Kendrick John Hippesley William Ruddier Thomas Medlicote Richard Southby John Southby junior Richard Hyde of Blagrave Phillip Jemmet Thomas Holt Richard May Thomas Staples Esquires Thomas Stamp Thomas Seymour Richard Brotherwick William Angell John Collins Henry Due Richard Fincher William Hammerley Philip Weston Gentlemen Richard Lightfoot Gent. William Oftley Doctor at Law Charles Perret Doctor at Law John Whitwick Henry Barker Hugh Barker Doctor of Phisick Robert Leigh Richard Aldworth John Howse John Hersey William Smith James Smith Symon Smith Charles Whitacre William Cherry Richard Brickenden George Blagrave John Peacock Nicholas Hyde Thomas Southby John Due Bolton James John Biggs John Whitfield James Heron Captaine Henry Barker John Pouny junior Richard Lovelace Roger Knight John Topham of Windsor Charles Pierce Richard Pierce William Bowles Bartholimew Yate Nathaniell Knight Valentine Crome George Bishop of Bruy Gentlemen The Maior of Reading The Maior of Abingdon The Maior of Windsor The Maior of Wallingford, The Maior of Newberry for the time being.

For the County of Bucks.

Charles Earle of Ancram of the Kingdome of Scotland Phillip Lord Waynman Viscount Tuern in the Kingdome of Ireland Sir Richard Temple Knight of the Bath and Baronet Sir Thomas Tyrrell Sir John Burlace Sir Anthony Chester Sir Thomas Proby Sir William Bowyer Sir William Smith Sir Ralph Verney Sir William Drake Sir Henry Andrews Sir John Crooke Sir Humphry Winch Sir Thomas Lee Sir Dennis Hampson Baronets Sir William Terringham Sir Richard Ingoldesby Sir Robert Gayer Knights of the Bath Sir Francis Wainman Sir Richard Piggot Sir Robert Cleyton Sir Robert Crooke Sir Thomas Clergis Sir Peter Terreil Sir Roger Hill Sir John Trevor Sir John Tompson Sir John Seymore Knights Daniell Finch Charles Cheyney Thomas Waller Edmond Waller senior Edmond Waller junior William Perm Robert Sawyer Edmond West George Jeffreys Brett Norton Thomas Hacket John Duncombe of Great Brickhill Robert Lovet Thomas Barrenger Edward Lee Edward Backwell Thomas Butler William Serjeant junior Edward Nicholas of Hitcham Thomas Farrer senior Thomas Farrer junior Cesar Cranmer John Risley Knightley Purefoy Roger Price Thomas Nappier Richard Hampden John Witherangle Thomas Sanders of Haddenham George Russell William Jepson Richard Winwood Richard Greenvill Bud Wayes Bazill Brent William Hill John Hamden Thomas Stafford Bernard Turney Christopher Eggleton Francis Terringham Robert Dormer John Loggins Joseph Alston Henry Bartue Thomas Doyly John Hobart George Wyan William Clever William Abraham Nicholas Salter junior Henry Seymour Robert Stiles John Grubb John Greene Henry Alnutt Joseph Mainard William Bowyer Thomas Owen Andrew Duffield Edmond Mellicot Marmaduke Darrell Edmund Verney Edmund Dorrell William Coleing John Dormer John Borlace William Farrer junior Francis Knowles Symon Mayne William Fleetwood Thomas Eccleson William Hill senior Henry Herbert George Evelin Esq[ui]rs.

For the Towne of Buckingham

The Bayliffe for the time being Sir Richard Temple Knight of the Bath and Baronet Sir William Smith Baronet John Risley Edmund Verney Edmund Andrews Edmund Dorrell junior Esquires Hugh Ethersey George Danser John Rogers Pelham Sandwell Walter Alnutt John Grove William Robinson William Hartley.

For the Towne of Wickham

The Maior for time being Charles Elliot Edward Bedder Henry Bigg Samuell Wells Alexander Parmum Jonathan Randall John Wheeler Thomas Wells Robert Fayer.

For the County of Cambridge

Richard Lord Gorges of the Kingdome of Ireland William Lord Alington of the Kingdome of Ireland Sir Thomas Chichley Sir Thomas Hatton Sir John Cotton Sir Thomas Willis Sir Henry Pickering Sir Thomas Slater Sir Levinus Bennet Sir George Downing Sir Robert Cotton Knights Francis Buller Thomas Steward Phillip Cotton John Millicent Gerrard Russell Jeffery Nightingale Humphry Gardner William Layer Thomas Duckett Roger Pepys Mildmay Dowman Tyrrell Dalton William Ayloffe Thomas Buck senior Devereux Martyn Edward Pickering Henry Slingsby Humphry Weld Doctor. John Pepys Christopher Hatton Ralph Pemberton Samuell Bedford Samuell Fortrey junior Samuell Pepys John Holdman Esquires.

For the Isle of Ely.

William Mountague Lord Cheife Baron of the Exchequer Richard Lord Gorges of the Kingdome of Ireland William Russell Esq[uer] Sir Thomas Chichley Sir John Norton Sir Lyonell Walden Lawrence Hewer Oxborough Charles Wren William Wren Edward Partrich William Colvile Thomas Steward Anthony Fisher Robert Hampson Esquires Henry Brunsell Henry Hitch Doctors of Law William Balam Thomas Edwards Hugh Underwood Peter Diamond George Farewell Roger Jennings John Childe Richard Marriott John Fincham Richard Reade William March Henry Goodrick Thomas Towers Ralph Pemberton Robert Swaine George Dymond Thomas Docwre Sigismond Williamson Maximilian Waltham John Bridgeman senior Edmund Williamson Samuell Fortrey junior George Farewell junior.

For the University and Towne of Cambridge.

The Vice Chauncellor of the University for the time being, The Maior of the Towne for the time being William Lord Allington of the Kingdome of Ireland Sir Thomas Chichley Sir Thomas Page Sir Charles Wheeler Baronet James Duport Theophilus Dillingham Isaac Barrow Robert Maplet[h (fn. 4) ]oft Joseph Beaumont Doctors in Divinity Thomas Crouch Clement Nevile Esquires Roger Pepys Esq[uer] Nathaniell Crabb Robert Mircell Samuell Newton Owen May field Edward Miller Andrew Hart Francis Jermin Aldermen of the Towne Sir Thomas Slater Thomas Stevens Doctor of Divinity Samuell Moody Edward Stoyt Doctor in Phisick, Nicholas Jacob Esq[uire] Edward Story.

For the County of Chester.

Robert Lord Cholmondeley of the Kingdome of Ireland, William Lord Brereton of the Kingdome of Ireland Charles Gerard Henry Booth Thomas Needham Esquires Sir Thomas Grosvenour Sir Thomas Wilbraham Sir Thomas Delves Sir Willoughby Aston Sir Thomas Powell Sir Peter Warburton Sir Peter Leicester Sir Thomas Mainwaring Sir Richard Brookes Sir Thomas Bellott Sir Peter Pinder Sir Peter Standley Baronets Sir Robert Cotton Sir Jeffery Shakerley Sir Peter Brookes Sir John Booth Sir Foulke Lucy Sir John Arderne Sir Phillip Egerton Sir John Trevor Sir John Crew Knights Peter Venables Baron of Kinderton John Crew Collonell Thomas Legh senior Collonell Thomas Legh junior Henry Legh Richard Legh Thomas Cholmondeley William Venables Nathaniell Booth Edward Legh Randall Dodd Peter Wilbraham William Marbury Edward Warren John Leach John Manwairing of Perver Edward Glegg Roger Wilbraham Edward Minshall Edward Jodrell Charles Brereton William Lawton Thomas Delves John Daniell John Manwaring Roger Whitley Doctor Peter Gerrard Thomas Legh of Lyme Edward Lutchwich Esquires John Warren William Davenport Thomas Whitley Robert Pickering Robert Cholmondeley of Hotford Thomas Daniell Peter Legh of Booths Henry Mainwaring Roger Mainwaring Thomas Minshall Ralph Wilbraham Richard Walthall Anthony Eyre Collonell Werden William Cotton Henry Davis John Davis John Hurlston Thomas Dutton Thomas Bunbury Edward Downes John Ward John Davenport of Widford Leftwick Oldfield William Stopford Hugh Grosvenour Edward Wright John Starkey Thomas Hollingshed Esquires Phillip Ward Thomas Swetenham of Haveley Christopher Berron of Cloud Gentlemen Doctor Wainright Mr Greenhaugh M r Bispham Lord Colchester.

For the Citty and County of the Citty of Chester.

The Maior for the time being William Williams Esq[uire] Recorder Robert Werden Esq[uire] William Ince Richard Bird John Poole Randall Oulton William Streete Robert Murry William Wilson Gawen Hudson Thomas Simpson Richard Wright Henry Lloyd John Maddox Robert Caddick William Harvey William Ince junior William Wilme George Manwairing Peter Edwards Aldermen Sir Thomas Gravener Sir Robert Williams Sir Peter Pindar Baronets Sir John Booth [Ralph Whitley Kenricke Eyton Sir Phillip Egerton Sir James Bradshaw Knights (fn. 4) ] Edward Lutwich John Brerewood George Booth Thomas Swinton Esquires Giles Vanburgh Merchant William Wright The Sheriffes for the time being Peter Gerrard Mr Anderson Captaine Thomas Baker.

For the County of Cornwall.

Francis Trefusis Esq[uire] Vicecom. Robert Roberts Esq[uire] John Arundell Esq[uire] Hender Roberts Esq[uire] Francis Roberts Esq[uire] Barnard Greenville Esq[uire] Sir Bowcer Wray Sir Jonathan Trelawny Sir John Carew Sir John Coriton Sir Violl Vivion Sir William Godolphin Sir Peter Killigrew Sir John Sintaubin Sir William Morris Baronets Sir Nicholas Slaning Knight and Baronet Sir Richard Edgecombe Knight of the Bath Sir John Arundell Sir Joseph Tredenham Sir James Smith Sir John Godolphin Knight Sir Walter Moyle Knight Sir John Malsworth Collonell Trevanion John Trelawney junior John Trelawney senior Francis Buller senior Francis Buller junior John Speccot John Tanner Chamond Roscarrock Jonathan Rashleigh John Elliot John Buller John Harris John Corriton William Scawen Edmond Prideaux Walter Kendall Walter Langdon William Bond Joseph Sawle Thomas Dorrell Nicholas Glyn Edward Boscowen Thomas Herle John Vivian Thomas Vivian Edward Herle John Conocke John Sintaubin Humphrey Nicholls of Penvos William Courtney Arthur Fortescue Nicholas Courtney Edward Elliott Nathaniell Mohune William Mohune Edward Nosworthy: Edmond Prideaux John Prideaux John Rashleigh Richard Trevanion of Verone Richard Scoble of St Austell John Kendall Charles Trevanion of Gerrancce Richard Moyle John Treffry Robert Rashleigh Francis Calmady Richard Ereley Charles Kendall Gent. Ambrose Manaton Esq[uire] Nicholas Herle Esq[uire] Arthur Sprye Esq[uire] James Praied senior and James Praied junior Esq[uire] William Painter Gent. Humphry Courtney Gent. John Blyth Gent. Charles Grills Esq[uire] Francis Grills Gent. Robert Hoblin Richard Hoblin George Robinson William Keigwin Arthur Painter John Polwheele John Penrose Esq[uire] Collonell Godolphin Esq[uire] Sidney Godolphin Esq[uire] Thomas Piper Gent. John Kelliowe Esq[uire] John Pendarvis Esq[uire] Richard Pendarvis Christopher Harris Charles Boscowen Thomas Wadden Esq[uire] Humphry Noy Esq[uire] Ezekiell Arundell Charles Smith Esq[uire] Edward Harris Esq[uire] Thomas Aychim Esq[uire] William Arscott Esq[uire] Lewis Tremaine John Nichols of Litlewood Humphry Hill of Guendron John Fowell Samuell Ennis Henry Erisey Esq[uire] Anthony Chenowith William Silly Humphry Burlace Esq[uire] Christopher Billet Esq[uire] Thomas Carew Esq[uire] Samuell Langsford John Verman Humphry Lower John Arundell Samuell Rouls John Arundell junior John Barret of Killegreene Thomas Penhallow Richard Williams John Williams Stephen Robins of ( (fn. 5) ) Winow Hugh Tompkin of Trevownance John Murths senior John Murths junior Esquires Humphry Langsford Gent. James Bond of Aerth Esq[uire] Nicholas Wills Samuell Cabell Esq[uire] Mr Handcock of Hendra Roger Porter Jonathan Trelawney of Coldrunck Esq[uire] George Spry of Brisland Nicholas Kempt Christopher Porter Francis Penrose William Jolly of Pencost Emanuell Piper Phillip Piper William Martin senior and William Martin junior William Bond of Holliwood Abell French John Cotton of Boscastle Esq[uire] John Pierce of Deustow Hugh Jones Edward Kneebone senior Edward Kneebone junior John Lampen Reinold Hawkey John Hawkey The Maiors for Truro Bodwin Lanceston and Liscard for the time being Hugh Tonkin of Trevownance Thomas Kelly Edward Nosworthy junior Esq[uire] Thomas Hicks of Kerryes John Courtney Hugh Trevanion Thomas Cossens Robert Pearse Nicholas Archer Mr Martin of S t Guines Edward Hoblin John Waddon Walter Norris.

For the County of Cumberland

Edward Lord Morpeth sonne and heire to Charles Earle of Carlisle Sir Joseph Williamson Principall Secretary of State Sir Phillip Musgrave Sir Richard Graham Sir William Dalston Sir George Fletcher Sir John Lowther senior Sir John Lowther junior Sir William Pe[n]nington Sir Richard Musgrave Baronets Sir Wilfrid Lawson Sir Phillip Howard Sir George Dalston Sir John Dalston Sir Christopher Musgrave Sir John Ballentine Knights Richard Musgrave Fardinando Hudleston John Lamplugh Daniell Fleming Robert Carleton Christopher Blinkow John

Aglionby William Musgrave Thomas Denton Richard Tolson Andrew Hudleston Richard Patrickson Thomas Dalston Thomas Warwick Henry Dacres Richard Lamplugh Anthony Hutton William Blenerhasset Christopher Richmond Miles Pennington Bernard Kirkbride [Wilfrid (fn. 6) ] Lawson Darcey Curwen Edward Stanley Henry Foster Leonard Dykes Henry Brougham William Orpheur William Feilding Henry Fletcher The Maior of Carlisle for the time being.

For the County of Derby.

William Lord Cavendish sonne and heire apparent to William Earle of Devonshire Sir Thomas Greisley Sir John Curson Sir John Gell Sir Francis Burdet Sir Robert Shirley Sir John Harpur Sir Robert Coke Sir Henry Every Sir William Boothby Baronets Sir Francis Leeke Knight and Baronet Sir Samuell Sleigh Sir John Harpur Sir Gilbert Clarke Sir. Edward Abney Knights Sir Nicholas Wilmott Knight Sergeant at Law Sir Simon Degg Sir John Shore Knights Anchitell Grey John Ferrers German Pole John Coke Henry Gilbert Henry Cavendish George Vernon Robert Burdett Willoughby Gray William Fitzherbert Charles Agard Charles Cotton John Stanton Henry Milward John Mundey Robert Eyre John Low Gilbert Thacker Adrian Mundey Phillip Gell George Pole Robert Cooke William Eyre Francis Revell Robert Wilmott Cornelius Clarke Thomas Milward Francis Leeke John Curson Francis Burton of Drunfield Walter Horton Francis Parker Edward Pegg Samuell Saunders junior John Moorewood John Spademan junior John Every William Allestrey Henry Meller Nicholas Wilmott Thomas Gladwin Samuell Holden Samuell Hallowes Anthony Fitzherbert John Low of Denbeigh Henry Keyes Robert Ashton James Abney William Bage Walter Woolsley Henry Kendall John Smithson William Hopkinson Thomas Eyre Esquires Adam Eyre Henry Polgey Robert Wandall Andrew Cleyton Robert Haywood Hugh Bateman Edward Osborne Maior of Derby for the time being Humphry Yates Policarpus Dakin James Ward John Dalton John Brookehouse Edward Walker George Blackwell Samuell Goodwin Joseph Parker Gent. The Maior of Chesterfield for the time being Richard Clarke Peter Dowker Thomas Britland.

For the County of Devon.

The Right Honourable Edward Seymour Esq[uire] Speaker of the Honourable House of Commons Sir George Carteret Vice Chamberlaine of his Majestyes Household Sir Edward Seamour Sir Peter Prideaux Sir Henry Hele Sir George Chudleigh Sir Amos Pollard Sir Francis Drake Sir Courtney Poole Sir Copleston Banfield Sir Arthur Northcote Sir John Davey Sir William Courtney Sir Hugh Ackland Sir Nicholas Slaning Sir Henry Ford Sir John Drake Sir William Morrice Sir Walter Young Sir Henry Carew Sir Peter Lear Sir Arthur Harris Sir Peter Fortescue Sir Thomas Putt Baronets Sir John Rolle Sir Richard Edgecombe Sir Symon Leach Sir Henry Vane Knights of the Bath Sir Henry Carew Sir John Mainard Sir Peter Ball Sir James Smith Sir Thomas Carew Sir John Mallet Sir William Waldron Sir Thomas Bury Knights Robert Lord Londonderry of the Kingdome of Ireland Arthur Earle of Dunegall of the Kingdome of Ireland Peter Prideaux George Chudleigh Francis Courtney John Pole John Rolle John Northcote of Uton Samuell Roll John Basset Richard Strode Edmond Parker John Courtney Mathew Hele Nicholas Morris Richard Coffin John Harris Richard Duke William Bragg Josias Calmady Nicholas Denys Edmond Waldron John Tanner Henry Norsey Arthur Harris Thomas Walker John Specot Hugh Piper William Drake Joseph Drake William Bruton Arthur Berry William Eveley John Harris of Wortham Bamfield Roed Phillip Harris of Tarrington Hugh Vaughan Ambrose Mannington James Calwodleigh Henry Carew Thomas Shapcott John Worth William Cockaine Martin Rider Arthur Pine Simon Hele Michaell Brighouse Phillip Harris of Haine Warrick Pollexfen Robert Pollexfen Jonathan Rashley Gilbert Yard of Bradleigh John Chichester of Hall John Fry of Yarty Gideon Haydon John Crocker William Savery John Gifford of Brightley George Carew John Kelland Samuell Sainthill Richard Hillardson Samuell Tanner Thomas Weare Richard Lee John Chichester of Widworthy John Ashford John Blewet John Raymond Elias Bartlet senior Leonard Yeo John Drake of Ivy-Bridge William Drake Thomas Drew Edmond Prideaux of Ford Jonathan Prideaux Henry Stevens James Clifford John Beare of Bearescoombe John Upton Roger Pomery John Halle Roger Woollacoombe Sebastian Isaac James Huish Edward Yard Edward Lovett Lewes [Inchden (fn. 7) ] Bartholimew Gidley James Clifford Aaran Baker John Hore James Rodd John Vaughan William Boggan Thomas Reynell Henry Fry John Arscott Arthur Tremaine Henry Walter William Kelly Phillip Champernoone Shilston Calmady Thomas Pine Jonathan Sparke William Jennings John Sparke William Fortescue Phillip Shapcott Anthony Salter John Willoughby John Davey of Carrow Ten John Davey of Ruxford Rawlin Mallock William Stowell Henry Worth Thomas Beare of Huntsen Samuell Foote John Quash George Southcote of Dulces Phillip Harris of Great Torrington Gilbert Burrington John Quick junior Elias Crunes John Elford James Fortescue William Trevill William Bastard George Treby Christopher Globery Hugh Stofford Esquires The High Sheriffe for the time being The Maiors of Plymouth Barnstable Tornes Tiverton Torrington and Dartmouth for the time being.

For the Citty and County of the Citty of Exon

The Right Honourable Edward Seymour Esq[uire] Speaker of the honourable House of Commons The Maior for the time being Sir James Smith Knight Sir Thomas Carew Knight Sir John Mallet Knight Henry Gaudy Nicholas Issack Thomas Walker George Tuthill William Sanford Isaac Maudy Christopher Brodridge John Parr Aldermen The Sheriffe for the time being The Reciever for the time being Captaine Glyde Mr John Collins Mr Andrew Quash Mr Henry Smith Mr Thomas Bale John Bidgood Doctor of Phisicke Edmond Davies Doctor of Phisicke Edward Masters Doctor of Lawes Major James Walker.

For the Towne of Plymouth

The Maior for the time being Collonell Hugh Piper Robert Pollard Lewis Stewkley Sir Gilbert Talbott Jonathan Sparke Esq[uire] Mr John Sparke John Martin John Dell Aldermen Mr Isaac Tillard Mr Phillip Andrewes William Jennings William Cotton.

For the County of Dorset.

Anthony Lord Ashley sonne and heire apparent of Anthony Earle of Shaftesbury Sir Hugh Windham Knight one of the Justices of his Majestyes Court of Common Pleas Sir Francis Holles Sir William Portman Sir John Moorton Sir Nathaniell Naper Baronet Sir John Nicholas Knight of the Bath Sir John Strode Sir Winston Churchill Sir George Strode Knights Thomas Strangwayes Thomas Freke Humphry Welde Thomas Browne John Tregonwell of Milton John Tregonwell of Anderston Robert Naper George Fulford Edward Miller James Long Wadham Strangwayes Henry Butler William Uvedall William Okenden Robert Coker George Browne Henry Whitacre Mathew Daves George Rives Robert Culliford Robert Seymour Anthony Etterick John Rives James Gould Thomas Chafe Robert Williams William Strode Thomas Earle Thomas Baynard George Savage John Hoskins Michaell Harvey John Hurding Nathaniell Heymore Hugh Hodges William Floyer John Gould Henry Henley Thomas Bennet Robert Browne John [Gallop (fn. 8) ] Thomas, Chafin Henry Constantine George Strangewayes John Still John Lawrence John Ironside William Bowles John Hardy Richard Greene Thomas Turbervill Seymour Bowman John Cradock Joseph Seward John Churchill William Churchill Robert Oxenbridge Francis Mohun George Stile Edward St Low Robert Fry senior Richard Swaine Joseph Hussey Henry Bower Robert Larder George Dabeney William Wake John Craddock Joseph Seward Anthony Floyer junior.

For the Towne and County of Poole.

Anthony Lord Ashley sonne and heire of Anthony Earle of Shaftesbury Sir John Morton Baronet Thomas Strangwayes Anthony Etrick Esquires Mr William Orchard John Carter Nicholas Efford Robert Lewen Moses Durell Henry Jubber Isaac Hart Allen Scutt William Streete Merchants.

For the County Palatine of Durham

Nicholas Conyers Esq[uire] High Sheriffe of the County Sir John Otway Spirituall Chauncellor Sir Christopher Conyers Sir Ralph Cole Sir Thomas Liddell Sir Gilbert Gerrard Sir James Clavering Sir James Pennyman Sir Robert Eden Sir William Cheater Sir William Blacket Baronets Sir Francis Anderson Sir George Vane Sir Francis Bowes Sir Robert Shafto Sir Christopher Musgrave Sir Henry Calverley Sir Ralph Carr Sir Marke Milbanke Knights Henry Liddell John Tempest Christopher Vane Daniell Collingwood Esquires Henry Lampton James Darcey John Clavering of White house William Bellasis Ralph Davison Thomas Craddock Francis Bowes Lyonell Vane Collonell Strodder Thomas Lyddell William Blakeston [Baldwin Pitts Dr Lloyd Nath Johnson Isaac Basire Lionel Madison Cuthbert Carr Thom. Carnaby Thom. Sanderso[n] Will. Lilburne John Morland John Blakeston (fn. 9) ] William Davison John Parkhurst Humphrey Wharton William Tempest Nicholas Conyers Richard Neale William Christian Robert Wharton George Morland Christopher Sanderson Miles Stapleton Collonell Foulthorpe John Foulthorpe George Baker Thomas Watson William Ord of Beele John Jefferson Thomas Fetherston Esquires Marmaduke Allanson William Garth of Headlam Cuthbert Sanderson Walter Ethericke Henry Barnes Thomas Wright Thomas Watson of Cockfield Robert Roper Robert Jackson of Stockton James Coke of the same [William Atkinson of the same The Maior of the Citty of Durham for the time being.

For the County of Yorke, The West Rideing of the said County.

Edward Lord Latimer sonne and heire apparent of Thomas Earle of Danby Lord High Treasurer of England George Viscount Castleton of the Kingdome of Ireland Charles Lord Clifford sonne and heire apparent to the Earle of Burlington Henry Lord Fairfax of the Kingdome of Scotland Conyers Darcy Esq[uire] Sir Henry Goodrick Sir Thomas Mauleverer Sir John Reresby Sir John Kay Sir Thomas Armitage Sir Gilbert Gerrard Sir William Ingleby Sir William Rokeby Sir Godfrey Copley Sir Edmond Jennings Sir Edmund Winne Sir John Jackson Sir Thomas Slingsby Sir George Cooke Sir William Franckland Baronets Sir Thomas Wharton Sir Jervase Cutler Sir John Hewley Sir John Dawney Sir William Lowther Sir Mathew Wentworth Sir William Wentworth Sir Christopher Clapham Sir Henry Tomson Sir George Dalston Sir Ralph Knight Sir Thomas Yarborough Sir William Rookeby Knights Thomas Fairefax Phillip Wharton John Ramsden Richard Hutton Walter Hawkesworth Welbury Norton William Palmes John Vavasour Francis Nevill William Horne Walter Calverley Henry Eyre Doctor in Phisicke John Savill John Wentworth Bradward Tindall Francis Folyombe Thomas Vincent Willoughby Robeby Major Francis Reresby William Lowther James Stockdale Christopher Tancred John Bilby Richard Washington William Hamond John Boynton Thomas Yarbrough Walter Lister [Arthur Ingram Henry Stapleton (fn. 10) ] William Stockdale William Drake Inglebert Leeds Thomas Fairefax of Menston, Cuthbert Wade Richard Weston John Stanhope George Stanhope William Ellis Charles Osborne Tobias Jennings John Adams John Goodricke Roger Portington John Clarke John Garland William Dawson Francis White John Lister George Thornhill John Adams of Rockliffe Thomas Habor Jonathan Jenings junior Ralph Lowther Miles Stavelcy Richard Beaumont of Whitley-hall Esq[uire] Thomas Fawks, Henry Hich Jonathan Jenings senior William Roundale Henry Edmonds Thomas Gill Thomas Parker John Mattrum Thomas Dodson John Hatfield William Johnson Thomas Lister of Maingham Lyonell Copeley William Farrer Esq[uire] Henry Marsden William Beckwith William Drake Henry Slingsby John Batty Robert Walter Thomas Jackson George Eothergill Thomas Craven Christopher Driffield Thomas Dawney Charles Richards George Rayson Richard Aldbrough Esquires Cuthbert Chambers The Maior of Rippon Captaine John Atkinson The Maior of Doncaster Richard Atkinson The Maior of Pontefract William Laughton The Maior of Leeds for the time being John Loughton Anthony Fletcher Lawrence Wharton Charles Rickard Henry Cooke.

For the North Rideing in the said County of Yorke.

Edward Lord Morpeth sonne and heire apparent to the Earle of Carlisle Conyers Darcy Marmaduke Darcy Sir Christopher Wivell Sir Hugh Cholmley Sir Metcalfe Robinson Sir Gilbert Gerrard Sir Henry Stapleton Sir Thomas Slingsby Sir David Fowlis Sir William Franckland Sir John Lowther Sir John Napier Sir Roger Langley Sir William Caley Sir George Marwood Sir Richard Graham of Numington Sir Richard Graham of Norton Sir Christopher Wandsford Sir William Chator Sir James Pennyman Sir John Hotham Baronets Sir John Brooke Sir John Hewley Sir Marmaduke Dalton Sir Gervase Elwes Sir Edward Challener Sir John Dawney Sir Phillip Huwood Sir Phillip Muncton Sir John Dalston Sir Henry Thompson Sir Henry Calverley Sir Robert Layton James Darcy Esq[uire] Sir Joseph Craddock Knights Phillip Darcy William Wivell William Levison-Gower Thomas Dodsworth Henry Marwood Thomas Gill William Caley Thomas Laughe John Howe John Beverley John Wilson Roger Beckwith Thomas Rokeby Bryan Layton Roger Talbott John Dodsworth Richard Peares Barrington Bourcher Robert Walters of Cundell Francis Wivill Henry Guy Edward Croft Anthony Franckland Wilbury Norton Thomas Norton Christopher Norton Sergeant Turner Isaac Fairefax Thomas Wakefield William Langley Thomas [Gowger (fn. 11) ] George Metcalfe Humphry Wharton Robert Wharton William Asquish George Norton John Gibson Edward Hutchinson William Thompson Reinald Graham Francis Prisfield Charles Tankard Thomas Jackson-Couling William Fielding William Palmes Christopher Darcy James Heblethwaite William Robinson Edward Trotter Anthony Lowther Hugh Bethell James Morley Timothy Malevorer Thomas Harle Thomas Worsley William Metcalfe Walter Lister John Colston Thomas Waite Henry Crosland Charles Bellasis William Bellarns of Alar John Chapman Roger Lee William Dawson William Trewman John Geldard Thomas Fairfax Phillip Prince Robert Bushell Thomas Lascelles Thomas Dodsworth Thomas Gill Trisham Fish Timothy Ford Doctor Smith of Esby John Knowesley Walter Bethell Christopher Percyhay The Maior of Richmond and The Bayliffe of Scarborough for the time being James Clayton Esq[uire] Thomas Layton Gent. John Blackston Gent..

For the East Rideing of the said County of Yorke.

Charles Lord Clifford sonne and heire apparent to the Earle of Burlington, Sir John Hotham Sir Francis Boynton Sir Robert Hilliard Sir Watkinson Pailer Thomas Rudston Sir Henry North. Sir John Legard Sir Henry St Quintin Sir Thomas Strickland Baronets Sir Phillip Monckton Sir Thomas Daniell Sir Thomas Remington Sir Hugh Bethell Sir William Cobb Sir Ralph Wharton Sir Henry Thompson Sir Edward Bernard Sir Michaell Wharton Sir Mathew Peirson Sir Jonathan Atkins Knights Michaell Wharton Tobias Jenkins Robert Buck Durand Hotham John Lister Henry Holmes Christopher Hilliard John Vavasour William Osbaldeston William Thompson William Grimston Robert Southaby Richard Robinson Richard Robinson junior Captaine Tomlinson Thomas Crompton Francis Thompson William Gee William. Gee junior Richard Legard William Boynton Henry Guy Walter Bethell Robert Constable Richard Thompson Henry Hilliard John Stapilton John Herne Phillip Saltmarsh John Clarke William St Quintin James Moiser Thomas Hesketh William Bethell James Heblethwaite Hugh Bethell Marmaduke Constable Richard Remington Mathew Allured Esquires Thomas Allured Thomas Langley William Blunt William Lewins Tobias Hodgson Edward Gray John Belton Ralph Higdon Richard Graham Robert Hollis Ellis Cooper Edward Gray Robert Pricket Timothy Remington The Maior of Beverley and [The (fn. 12) ] Maior of Headon for the time being.

For the Citty of Yorke and County of the same.

The Lord Maior The Aldermen, The Sheriffes for the time being Henry Lord Fairfax of the Kingdome of Scotland Sir Metcalfe Robinson Sir Thomas Slingsby Sir Henry Goodricke Sir George Reeves Baronets Sir John Brooke John Turner Sergeant at Law Doctor Watkinson George Pricket Henry Stapleton James Moyser Thomas Hutton John Swaile William Roundale Mr Snasdale Sir Stephen Thompson Knight Thomas Nesbet John Peckett George Ramsdon Andrew Parrott Robert Waller Edward Thompson Lawrence Toyle Gowen Hodgson Charles Hall John Thompson Thomas Langley Thomas Fairfax Phillip Prince Gent..

For the Towne and County of Kingston upon Hull.

The Maior and Aldermen for the time being The Recorder for the time being Anthony Gilby Esq[uire] Andrew Marvell Esq[uire] The Sheriffe for the time being Christopher Hildiard Esq[uire] Robert Hollis Esq[uire] Thomas Thorneton Esq[uire] The Wardens of Trinity House for the time being Edmond Pople John Lister John Field Robert Mason William Hayes Gent..

For the County of Essex.

Robert Bertie Banistre Mainard Henry Fanshaw Richard Barret and William Mainard Esquires Sir Harbotle Grimston Master of the Rolls Sir William Scrogs one of the Justices of the Common Pleas Sir John Barrington Knight and Baronet Sir John Cotton Sir John Bendish Sir Henry Appleton Sir Benjamin Ayliffe Sir Francis Massam Sir William Hicks Sir Andrew Jenour Sir William Wiseman Sir Thomas Nightingall Sir Richard Everard Baronets Sir Capell Luckin Knight and Baronet Sir Martin Lumley Baronet Sir Thomas Abdy Knight and Baronet Sir Francis Lawley Baronet Sir John Abdy Baronet Sir Thomas Litleton Baronet Sir William Wiseman Knight and Baronet Sir Gervas Elwes Sir Benjamine Wright Sir James Rushout Sir Edward Smith Sir Phillip Mathewes Sir Thomas Garret Sir Robert Smith Baronets Sir Francis Leake Knight and Baronet Sir William Adams Baronet Sir Richard Browne Knight and Baronet Sir Thomas Rich Baronet Sir John Brampston Knight of the Bath Sir Henry Clerke Sir Richard Wiseman Sir Anthony Browne Sir Mundeford Brampston Sir Thomas Meeres Sir Richard Everard Sir John Shaw Sir Thomas Fanshaw Sir William Holecroft Sir Gobart Barrington Sir Eliab Harvey Sir Edward Turner Sir Edward Farmer Sir Marke Guyen Sir Thomas Midleton Knights Sir John Peake Knight Sir James Smith Knight Francis Bramston Tristram Conyers Sergeants at Law Samuell Grimston Richard Samms Thomas Meade Robert Cheeke Thomas Cheeke Peter Soame John Wroth Robert Clerke Oliver Raymond Thomas Argoll John Symonds William Glascocke John Fanshaw John Lemott Honey wood Thomas Bowles Aurelius Percie Wiseman William Dawtree William Mainard of Waltamstow John Tyndall Thomas Luther Thomas Turner John Turner Will: Humphreville John Pennington Thomas Roberts William Appleton John Berners Robert Wood Doctor of Lawes Richard Kirby William Cummins Edward Bullocke John Higham Robert Bateman Francis Mildmay Thomas Smith Robert Mildmay senior Robert Mildmay junior Henry Wright Samuell Hare Josiah Childe Alexander Prescot William Pert John Everard Brabason Aylmer Francis Osbiston Thomas Weely William Vernon Henry Glascocke William Palmer Cuthbert Martin [Francis James Roger Bradbury (fn. 13) ] Henry Ayloffe Giles Dent Richard Staines William Gore Mundiford Brampston Anthony Godbolt John Eldred junior Anthony Knightbridge Samuell Reynolds George Scott William Nutt John Rotheram John Marshall George Dashwood George Walton James Milbourne William Lingwood Richard Rich Richard Luther William Webb John Cooke of Chishall Robert Sheffield Charles Hancocke Edward Rudge Richard Lightfoot Tho: King Tho: Talcot Tho: Bland George Gent Edward Pascall Robert Cole Francis Leeke William Wade Haynes Barley Esquires Zacariah Gee George James William Herris Jeremiah Lacey Thomas Cullam Henry Southcott Richard Collins Richard Godbolt Charles Wale Richard Hyde Edward Thorowgood John Austin Josuah Gallard Thomas Dawtree Gent. John Greene Gamaliell Capell Samuell Vincent and John Parsons Esquires John Kirke.

For the Burrough of Maulden.

The Bayliffes for the time being Sir John Brampston Knight of the Bath High Steward Sir William Wiseman Knight and Baronet Alderman Sir Richard Wiseman Knight Francis Brampston Sergeant at Law Recorder Anthony Brampston Esq[uire] Abell Hawkes Francis Gourney Samuell Pond Robert Jennies William Vernon Aldermen Robert Page Gent..

For the Burrough of Colchester

The Maior for the time being Sir Harbotle Grimston Baronet Steward Sir John Shaw Knight Sambell Renolds Thomas Talcott John Shaw William Mott Esquires Henry Lambe William Moore Jonathan Merry Ralph Creffield William Flanner George Hammon John Reyner Nathaniell Laurence Aldermen Joseph Thurston Thomas Ruse John Rebow Andrew Fromantell Thomas Greene Samuell Mott and Alexander Hindmers Gentlemen John Viccars Customer John Viccars Surveyour of the Customs Jeremiah Molyne and Samuell Grent Gent. Abraham Heighton Robert Moore.

For the Burrough of Harwich.

The Maior for the time being Sir Capell Luckyn Knight and Baronet Thomas King Esq[uire] Sir Charles Litleton Sir Anthony Deane Knights John Eldred Esq[uire] Recorder Daniell Smith Towne Clerke Captaine Langley and Samuell Newton Gent..

For the County of Gloucester

Charles Lord Herbert of Ragland sonne and heire apparent to the Marquesse of Worcester John Lord Viscount Scudamore of the Kingdome of Ireland John Lord Viscount Tracy of the Kingdome of Ireland William Viscount Downes of the Kingdome of Ireland Sir Robert Atkins Knight of the Bath one of the Justices of the Court of Common Pleas George Mountague Esq[uire] Sir Charles Berkley Sir Henry Capell Knights of the Bath Sir John Tracy Baronet Sir Bainham Throckmorton Knight and Baronet Sir William Hicks Sir Richard Ashfeild Sir Henry Fredericke Thynne Sir Richard Howe Sir Richard Franklyn Sir William Juxon Sir William Keite Sir John Guise Sir John Newton Sir John Fusse Sir Richard Cox Sir Robert Cann Baronets Sir Francis Fane Knight of the Bath Sir William Catchmaid Sir Edmond Bray Sir Thomas Stephens Sir Thomas Overbury Sir Gabriell Lowe Sir Humphrey Hooke Sir Thomas Howe Sir John Pointz Sir Scroope Howe Sir Robert Atkins junior Sir Duncombe Colchester Knights Sir Giles Hungerford Sir Edward Bathurst Sir William Rich Baronets Evan Seyes Sergeant at Law John Grubham Howe Henry Norwood Thomas Thynne Thomas Price Richard How William Cooke Thomas Master Ralph Dutton John Winter Thomas Escourt Reginald Bray Giles Fettiplace Robert Codrington William Trye Miles Sandis John Higford John Dennis John Bridgeman John Chamberlaine William Bourchier Thomas Chester Richard Atkins Richard Stephens John Stephens Fleetwood Dormer Robert Pleydell William Leigh William Stratford Thomas Horton George Pitt John Sackvile John Dalabere Thomas Barrow Edward Rich Anthony Sambach Benjamine Barret Thomas Jennings Thomas Veele of Symonds Hall William Strafford William Cope John George William Morgan David Williams Robert Bromage Thomas Marriott William Selwin John Smith Miles Rutter Henry Browne Thomas Rich Andrew Barker James Stephens John Guise of Ablods-Court Robert Loggan Henry Powle John Meredeth Richard Baugh Thomas Smith Phillip Sheppard Richard Norwood Robert Qldsworth William Oldsworth John Robins Edward Smith William Guyse Robert Gonning William Woozley Henry Syms John Dowle Christopher Cole John Holmes Paul Foley James Hawkins William Player Poole Pauncefoot William Wall John Lanegley Nicholas Veele Paul Castleman Esquires James Thynne Francis Creswick John Seymour Thomas Cutler Thomas Rawlins Joseph Creswick Henry Heylin John Coles John Stafford William Dowdeswell Charles Dowdeswell Henry Izard Richard Browne Thomas Browne of Cortslawn Roger Lingen Hanger of Driffield Samuell Astry Hugh Browne Richard Jones of Hanham Richard Hart Paul Dowdeswell Thomas Wise John Driver Edward Nott senior Edward Nott junior William Banister William Gough Edmond Maddock John Pryor Edward [Macher (fn. 14) ] Christopher Woodward Thomas Pyrke George [Bond of Redbrooke Conway Whitterne Roger Haverd Thomas Nanfan The Bayliffes of Tewksbury for the time being.

For the Citty and County of the Citty of Gloucester.

William Russell Maior of the said Citty The Maior for the time being Evan Seyes Sergeant at Law Henry Norwood Esq[uire] Sir Duncombe Colchester Knight William Cooke William Selwin John Stanion Esquires Robert Fielding Doctor of Phisick Thomas Price John Wagstaffe Henry Fowler Thomas Aram John Geethings John Rogers John Webbe Aldermen James Stephens Laurence Singleton Nicholas Webb Daniell Lysons John Marston Thomas Pury Anthony Arnold William Scudamore William Hodges John Cromwell William Lambe Robert Payne William Jordan Richard Boseley John Lugg Benjamine Hyett Cittizens.

For the County of Hereford.

John Lord Viscount Scudamore of the Kingdome of Ireland Sir John Kirle Sir William Powell Sir Thomas Morgan Sir John Scudamore Sir John Holman Sir Herbert Croft Sir Thomas Williams Sir Bennet Hoskins Baronets Sir Edward Harley Knight of the Bath Sir Thomas Hanbury Sir Job Charleton Sir John Barnaby Sir Herbert Perrott Sir John Payne Sir John Finely Sir John Hoskins Knights Sir Francis Winington His Majestyes Sollicitor Generall Udall Tomkins Thomas Thynne Thomas Cornwell of Stepleton Castle Somerset Fox Thomas Price Humphrey Cornwall John Birch Herbert Westfailing Reginald Graham Thomas Conningsbey of Hampton Court Esq[uire] John Morgan of Kinersley Wallop Brabason Walter Pye Robert Pye John Scudamore of Kenchurch Herbert Aubery Richard Reede William Gregory Thomas Cox Thomas Harley James Pitt Edward Cornwall John Skipp Edward Freeman Richard Hopton Thomas Geeres Humphrey Baskerville Humphrey Howorth Francis Unett John Arnold Esq[uire] Henry Milbourne John Barnaby of Brockhampton John Booth of Letton Paull Foley William Lambe John Nourse Bridgstocke Harfford Robert Rodd George Skipp Marshall Bridges Younger Cooke Thomas Baskerville of Earsley Francis Pember of Elsdon James Good Gent. Edwin Skrimsher Richard Williams of Cabalva Ambrose Elton Thomas Delahay of Urrishay Francis Pemper of Nuperd Thomas Duppa Richard Barnby of Brockhampton Robert Cornwall Herbert Perrott John Darnall junior Ferdinando Gorge James Lloyd of Kingston Edward Morgan John Williams John Parrey of Dulesse Thomas Delahay of Alterynis Standasse Lloyd Edward Jones Lanwarne James Gregory Esquiers George Cliffe of Wormbride John Dansy William Dansy Richard Snead High Sheriffe Guyles Rawlins William Guyllim of Laneston George Carver of Battus Samuell Birch of Whitbourne Anthony Rowden Nicholas Walwin Richard Walwyn of Hellens Thomas Rodd Martin Sandys of Cradley John Booth of Brainton Richard Guyllim Esq[uire] Robert Dobbins John Arnold William Mathews William Dansey of Greet William Westfaling Herbert Masters Thomas Howorth of the Whitehouse Thomas Wigmore Thomas Berrington of Bishopston Thomas Berrington of Litle Pyon John James Higgons James John Kirle of Rosse William Broome John Goodier of Burhope Thomas Hopwood of Milton Michaell Braughton Essex Sherbourne Humphrey Tayler Thomas Carpenter of Tillington Edward Lloyd of Batch Esq[uire] Henry Hyett John Cornwall Francis Geeres of Garmons The Bayliffe of the Burrough of Lemster John Tomkins Gent..

For Lemster

Peter Daunser Gent. William [Bedeler (fn. 15) ] William Bissell of Ledbury James Winston of Blackmore John Carver of Upton Edward Ketleby John Gilbert Gentlemen Giles Bridges of Wilton Esq[uire] Richard Marret of Pittow Thomas Bridges of Brisbery James Good of Willocbridge Phillip Parrey of Brunton Gentlemen.

For the Citty of Hereford

The Maior for the time being John Lord Viscount Scudamore of the Kingdome of Ireland Herbert Westfaling Thomas Price William Gregory Bridstocke Hartford Esquires Robert Symonds [Thom. Holmes Thom. Paynard Thom. Clerk Thom. Bond Hugh Rodd Thomas Symonds (fn. 16) ] William Edwin Edward Rodd Richard Williams Roger Boulcott John Cooke William Maylard John Barnes Abraham Seward Richard Wadley, Thomas Mathews Gentlemen.

For the County of Hertford

Sir Harbotle Grimston Master of the Rolls Sir Richard Francklin Knight and Baronet Sir John Mounson Sir Thomas Leventhorpe Sir John Reede Sir Richard Spencer Sir John Witterongle Sir Richard Anderson Sir Jonathan Keate Sir John Austin Sir Robert Joslin Sir Richard Atkins Sir William Leman Baronets Sir Phillip Boteler Knight of the Bath Sir John Gore Sir Francis Boteler Sir Henry Blount Sir William Glascock Sir Edward Alston Sir Francis Leigh Sir Charles Cesar Sir John Watts Sir Humphrey Gore Sir John Boteler Sir Thomas Byde Sir Charles Cleaver Sir Robert Viner Sir Ralph Radcliffe Sir Robert Dacres Sir Benjamin Tichbourne Sir George Walker Knights Henry Mounson Samuell Grimston William Lytton Thomas Lewis John Garrard Thomas Dockwra Richard Harrison Richard Francklyn Ralph Freeman Thomas Preistley Thomas Pope Blount James Witterongle Mathew Blucke Richard Goulston Henry Guy Silas Tytus Thomas Weeden James Goulston Nicholas Miller Skinner Byde Thomas Arris Doctor in Phisick George Cooper Edward Atkins Francis Shalcrosse Arthur Pulter Henry Baldwin Thomas Stanley Thomas Chatterton Edward Wingate Thomas Carpenter Daniell Sheldon Thomas Atkins Richard Blackwell Thomas Field George Nodes George Loe Edward Watts Richard Crofts Thomas Halsey James Willimot Edward Chester William Hutchinson Edward Briscoe William Greenhill Arthur Sparks William Cotton Henry Childe John Eccleston Edmund Smith John Briscoe Edmond Colles Ralph Gore Robert Robotham John Fotherley Edmund Prideaux Thomas Nicholl of Bushy Thomas Saunders Henry Chauncy Anthony Farringdon John Weatherhead George Hadley George Throckmorton Marmaduke Rawden senior Henry Dunstar Will: Nuce Richard Reeves Joshua [Lemax (fn. 17) ] John Ellis Henry Meaux Marmaduke Rawden junior Francis King Rowland Litton Ralph Je[n]nings George Needham Thomas Bird Thomas Arris Alexander Weld John Dios William Pecke Humphrey Hall William Crowley John Piott junior The Maior of Hertford for the time being.

For the Towne of Saint Albans

Ralph Pollard Maior of the Towne for the time being Sir Harbotle Grimston Baronet Master of the Rolls Doctor Arris Samuell Grimston John Simpson Recorder Ralph Jennings Esq[uire] Robert Robotham William Cotton Anthony Farrington Thomas Arris Lewis Montgomery junior Thomas Cowley William Marston Thomas Oxten John New John Cape John Doggett William Oxten William Rugg Thomas Eccleston John New junior William Marston junior John Ellis Edmund Cotles George Lowe Josuah Lomax.

For the County of Huntington

Sir Francis Compton Knight George Mountague Esq[uire] Sir John Cotton Sir John Hewet Sir Thomas Proby Sir John Bernard Baronets Sir Nicholas Pedley Sir Lyonell Walden Knights John Cotton Stephen Anderson Robert Apprice Silus Tytus John Dreydon John Heron Samuell Pepis Anthony Hammond Richard Nailer Sutton Ashfield Charles Cesar John Trice Richard Elmes John Ferrar Nicholas Pedley Lyonell Walden Castell Sherrard Lewis Ethrington William Connyers Esquires Robert Baldwin Albian Throgmorton John Bigg Robert Caveney Thomas Audley Richard Winds William Nayler Simon Mason Thomas Shepherd William Moseley Robert Clarke.

For the Towne of Huntington

The Maior for the time being Sir John Cotton Baronet Sir Nicholas Pedley Sir Lyonell Walden Knights Nicholas Pedley Lyonell Walden Esquires William Fulwood Doctor in Phisicke Richard Astry Samuell Poynt James Faireside Gentlemen.

For the County of Kent

Phillip Viscount Strangford of the Kingdome of Ireland Sir Vere Fane Knight of the Honourable Order of the Bath John Tufton Richard Tufton Sackvile Tufton Esquires Sir Thomas Twisden one of the Justices of the Kings Bench Sir William Wilde one of the Justices of the Kings Bench Sir Phillip Howard Knight Sir Thomas Peyton Sir William Twisden Sir Edward Hales Sir Henry Palmer Sir John Rivers Sir Richard Meridith Sir Edward Deereing Sir Oliver Butler Sir Norton Knatchbull Sir John Tufton Sir John Raney Sir Robert Hales Baronets William Viscount Downe of Ireland Sir Marmaduke Gresham Sir Stephen Leonard Sir Humphrey Miller Sir John Marsham Sir John Bancks Sir William Honywood Sir Robert Barnham Sir Thomas Pierce Sir Nathaniell Powell Sir John Austin Sir Thomas Seylard Sir Jonathan Keete Sir Anthony Aucher Sir Henry Oxenden Sir Francis Clerke Sir Thomas Godfrey Sir Thomas Engham junior Sir Richard Powell Knight of the honourable Order of the Bath Sir Phillip Warwicke Sir John Darrell Sir Thomas Scott Sir Thomas Culpeper Sir William Wiseman Baronet Sir Theophilus Biddulph Baronet Sir William Boreman Sir Bernard Hyde Sir William Swan Baronet Sir Robert Filmer Baronet Sir John Heath Attourney of the Dutchy of Lancaster Sir Thomas Lee Sir William Boothby Baronet Sir Thomas Whitmore Sir James Oxenden Sir Thomas Hardresse His Majestyes Sergeant at Law Edward Hales of Tunstall Esq[uire] John Stroud Esq[uire] Lieftenant of Dover Castle Sir James Rushout John Boys of Fredvill Thomas Hales of Beaksborne Thomas Peake John Cropley Thomas Crispe of Queaks Thomas Hardresse Esquires Walter Breames Christopher Vane Esq[uire] James Masters of Langdon James Masters of Yokes Thomas Turner William Rooke Henry Oxindin of Brooks Richard Aldworth Herbert Randolph Nicholas Tooke of Goddington Henry Thornhill of Allanty John Knatchbull James Brockman Henry Deering Edward Hales Richard Hulse John Nailer Robert Lutkner Peter Hamond John Moyle Zouch Brockman Phillip Warwick Thomas Flood William Cage Francis Barnham Sir Demetrius James Anthony Irby Esquier Ferdinando Marsham Esq[uire] Sir George Curtis Richard Kilbourne Esq[uire] Edward Gresham Esq[uire] Thomas Knatchbull Richard Wilkenson Thomas Mun Ralph Buskin Walter Francklin Richard Marsh Thomas English Thomas Harlackendon Henry Hawdon Alabaster Flood Captaine John Clerke Richard Duke William Maddox William Stonywood The Maior of Rochester for the time being George Newman Esq[uire] Richard Manley Esq[uire] Sir Richard Head Baronet Sir Charles Bickerstaffe Knight Francis Barrell Sergeant at Law Francis Head Esq[uire] Sir Thomas Style Baronet Thomas Manley Esq[uire] Thomas Brewer Samuell Boyce [Esq[ui]rs (fn. 18) ] Edward Finch Esq[uire] Sir John Bunch Baronet Phillip Packer George Polhill Henry Gilbourne Marke Cottle Esquires John Hyde Sir William Hooker Knight Northon Curtis Edward Curtis Robert Heath Francis Heath John Eveling Sir Eliab Harvey Knight Thomas Papillon of Aucridge William Swan Thomas Selyard Christopher Allison Esq[uire] Ralph Petley John Bridger Francis Farnaby Edward Bagby George Gifford Paul Eps Robert Clerkson Sir John Williams Humphrey Withwick Sir Anthony Maney Thomas Petley Esq[uire] John Sydney James Thurbone George Boreman Esq[uire] Sir John Hinden Knight William Hammond of St Albanes Esq[ui]rs William Campian Thomas Andrews Edward Gulston Reynold Peckham Edward Short Robert Austin Richard Breton Sir Henry Boswell Knight Mr Henry Sandys Sir Percivall Hart Mr Edward Manning Edmond Tooke Esq[uire] Sir John Shaw Baronet John Luckin Michaell Chidwick Piercy Goreing William Kingsley Roger Paine Esq[uire] Sir Robert Faunce Knight Sir Nicholas Strode Sir Richard Ford Archibald Clinkard John Henley Edward Dcering Edwyn Wyatt Cressell Draper George Duke Esq[uire] Samuell Plummer John Cooke Sir Francis Leake Sir Francis Leigh Sir Leoline Jenkins Thomas Fane Esq[uire] Anthony Nowers Julius Deeds Edward Master Esq[uire] Charles Wheeler Joseph Finch John Marsham Esq[uire] Mr Thomas Gombledon Sir George Moore Baronet William Trumball Doctor of Laws John Plummer Esq[uire] Henry Frere Esq[uire] Christopher Wade Gent. Cresheild Draper Thomas Gifford Edward King Richard Mathews [Heny (fn. 19) ] Querman John Coney Phillip Bartlemew Gentlemen Francis Leake Esq[uire] James Codd Thomas Hooper Esq[uire] Edmond Steed of Bidenden William Ash Esq[uire] Sir John Cutler Knight and Baronet Peter Godfrey Esq[uire] The Bayliffe of Rumney Marsh for the time being The Expenditers of Rumney Marsh for the time being Humphrey Wightwick Gent. John Buggin Esq[uire] John Bloome Esq[uire] Christopher May Gent. The Maior of Maidstone for the time being Henry Parker Esq[uire] James Cripps Gent. Sir John Fagge Baronet George Cowper Esq[uire] James Paine John Hunt John Murall Gent. Roger Twisden Sir John Griffith Francis Withens Sir Phillip Honywood John Smith of Chart Esq[uire], Roger Luckyn of Winderton Captaine Gratian Linch Captaine Courthop John Ady Christopher Mason Richard Hopkins Esq[uire] Paul Barrett Esq[uire] William Lambard Esq[uire] Richard Betonson Esq[uire] John Thurbourne Esq[uire] Sir Stephen Leonard Baronet William Hugeson Esq[uire] Gideon Delawne Esq[uire] Nathaniell Darrell Esq[uire] John Rusfen James Tong Nicholas Cooke Gent. John Piercevall Robert Cage Mathew Tomlinson Esquires.

For the Citty and County of Canterbury.

The Maior for the time being Sir Edward Master Knight Sir Thomas Hardresse His Majestyes Sergeant at Law Recorder Thomas Hindon William Man Edward Master Edward Nutt Captaine Kingleys Captaine Hilles Esquires Squire Beverton Thomas Elwin Thomas Knowler John Lott Aldermen John Knowler Thomas Turner Esq[uire].

For the Towne and Port of Sandwich

The Maior for the time being John Thurburne Water Bayliffe Phineas Eldwood James Thurburne John Verrier Valentine Jenkin Jeffery Wells Jeffery Sackett Edward Elsted John Pantry Peter Nowell.

For the Towne and Port of Dover

The Maior for the time being Thomas Tiddeman Captaine Edward Roberts John Matson Richard Jacobs Walter Breams Esq[uire] Doctor Goulder George West Edward Wivell William Richards Nichollas Cullen John Bullocke Nathaniell Denew Richard Breton Fredericke de Vinck Symon Yorke William Stokes Charles Valey Francis Bastinck Aaran Wellard senior.

For the Towne and Port of Rumney.

The Maior for the time being William Lancaster John Bryan Peter Lancaster John Shoesmith James Paine John Hunt John Maskell.

For the Towne and Port of Hith.

The Maior for the time being Robinson Beane William Knight Elias Bassett John Bassett George Thurburne Robert Johnson.

For the Towne of Fordwich.

The Maior for the time being Thomas Norton Samuell Short.

For the Towne of Feversham

The Maior for the time being Robert Watson Esq[uire] Marke Trouts Thomas Southerest Thomas Napleton Simon Steede Thomas Sowthon.

For the Towne of Folkeston

The Maior for the time being Clement Pregle Captaine Jenkin.

For the Towne of Lid

The Bayliffe of Lid for the time being John Bateman John Barton William Sudell John Bateman Thomas Beddingfield Henry Potter Michaell Chidwick William Glover.

For the Towne of Tenterden.

The Maior for the time being Sir Edward Hales Robert Austin Esq[uire] Edward Short Edward Finch.

For the County of Lancaster

Sir Rob: Carr Chauncellour of the Dutchy Charles Earle of Ancram of the Kingdome of Scotland Richard Lord Gorge of the Kingdome of Ireland Sir William Egerton Knight of the Bath William Spencer the elder Esq[uire] Charles Gerrard Esq[uire] Henry Booth Esq[uire] Sir Richard Haughton Sir John Mollineux Sir Robert Bindlosse Sir Garvase Elwes Sir Ralph Ashton of Midleton Sir Richard Standish Baronets Sir Edward Moore Sir Roger Bradshaigh Sir John Arderne Sir Jeffery Shackerley Sir John Heath Sir Peter Brooke Sir Thomas Stringer Sir Edward Chisnell Sir John Otway Knights Alexander Rigby Esq[uire] High Sheriffe Thomas Preston the elder Richard Leigh Edward Rigby Sergeant at Law Richard Kirkby Richard Atherton John Harrison Mathew Richardson John Birch Daniell Fleming Miles Dodding William Spencer the younger Thomas Preston the younger William Kirkby Curwin Rawlinson Edward Wilson junior Thomas Cole Esquires The Maior of Lancaster for the time being Christopher Carnes William Fleming Roger Fleming William Knipe Roger Towlinson Thomas Sheirson Josua Partington William Waller John Greenwood Francis Medcalfe John Kirkby Gentlemen Charles Houghton Edward Warren Richard Fleetwood John Warren Alexander Rigby at Layton Christopher Parker Thomas Butler Alexander Johnson Allen Pricket Esquires William Lemon Maior of Preston William Langton Captaine Ralph Longworth George Sharples James Lowd Thomas Hodgkinson Thomas Winckley Doctor Cuerden William Wall John Kellet Luke Hodgkinson William Werden Gent. Richard Shutleworth Roger Nowell Thomas Bradyll Thomas Parker Nicholas Townley John Parker George Halstead Richard Asheton of Cuerdall Ralph Livesay Christopher Wilkinson Thomas Lacey Thomas Holden Henry Marsden Esquires The Bayliffes of Clidderow for the time being Edward Richton William Appleton Peers Starkey William Crombock John Lister William Yates Abraham Townley Robert Hamond Nicholas Cuncliffe Ambrose Barcroft Gentlemen Henry Haughton Edward Fleetwood Henry Farrington Christopher Banistre Richard Brooke Hugh Cooper John Crosse Stephen Rodley Peter Adlington Esquires Edward Dickenson Gentlemen Mr Wilson of Tunley Peter Bold Thomas Hescath Thomas [Nones (fn. 20) ] Henry Sclatter John Rishley Roger Bradshaigh James Dockinfield John Antwisely Edward Doboson Thomas Bishpham Edward Herle John Ashton William Daniell Jeffery Holdcroft Thomas Latham Esquires The Maior of Wiggam for the time being The Maior of Leverpoole for the time being Silvester Richmond Oliver Lyme John Chaundler Thomas Bicksteth John Bretherton Paul Moreau Robert Roper Nicholas Fazackerly Thomas Turner Alexander Radcliffe John Widdowes Richard Molineux of Hawkley Thomas Johnson Peter Lurtinge James Vernon Esq[uire] James Holt Thomas Leigh Alexander Butterworth Lawrence Rostorne Thomas Greenhalgh William Hilton Leonard Egerton John Hartley Edward Moseley James Lightbowne William Hulme of Kersley William Hulme of Davids-Hulme Oswald Mosely John Byrom Roger Kenyon Ralph Browne William Northington James Chetham of Turton James Chetham of Smedley Robert Heywood John Hopwood Richard Holt Thomas Levor Ferdinando Stanley Esquires Ralph Eddowes William Leigh John Birch Gent..

For the County of Leicester

William [Sheffington (fn. 21) ] Esq[uire] High Sheriffe of the County Thomas Lord Beaumont of the Kingdome of Ireland John Lord Roos sonne and heire apparent of the Earle of Rutland Bennett Lord Sherrard of the Kingdome of Ireland Anchitall Gray John Gray Esquires Sir George Villiers Sir Robert Sherley Sir Thomas Halford Sir Wolston Dixie Sir Lewis Palmer Sir Henry Hudson Sir Edward Smith Sir Henry Beaumont Sir Thomas Helebridge Baronets Sir William Hartopp Sir William Ellis Sir Thomas Meeres Sir Thomas Dolman Sir William Hatford Sir John Heath Knights Phillip Sherrard William Villiers George Faunt Jeffery Palmer Richard Lister John de-la-Fountaine Richard Verney Thomas Boothby William Boothby Beaumont Dixie William Hartopp Thomas Babington Henry Kendall Silas Tytus Saint John Bennett Thomas Caldicott John Hartopp William Cole John Hacket Samuell Cotton Thomas Pochin John Crew William Beaumont William Streete John Stafford Thomas Stanley Walter Rudeings William Whaley Stanhop Whaley Roger Roe George Pochin Christopher Pack Henry Hastings Jeremy Dove Mathew Johnson William Francks George Hewett Richard Brudnell Edward Needham John Needham Francis Needham Richard Orton William Frimnell Robert Bernard Richard Halford Thomas Food Richard Bradgate Francis Chamberlaine Henry Farnham William Bainbrigg John Bainbrigg John Benskin John Fowler John Barwell Esquires and Gentlemen Cassibitan Burton Esq[uire] Thomas Goddard Gent. Sir John Hartop Baronet Randall Middlecure Sir William Knight.

For the Burrough of Leicester.

Edmund Sutton Maior and the Maior for the time being Alexander Baker John Cley Francis Noble William Alsop Edmond Townsend William Southwell Thomas Overinge Andrew Freeman William Deane Robert Hartshorne and George Becket Aldermen William Francks Esquire John Herrick Edward Palmer senior Edward Browne William Mayor and Laurence Carter Gent William Billiers Gent.

For the County of Lincolne.

George Lord Viscount Castleton of the Kingdome of Ireland John Lord Rods sonne and heire apparent of the Earle of Rutland John Lord Burleigh sonne and heire apparent to the Earle of Exeter Robert Lord Willoughby sonne and heire apparent of the Earle of Lindsey Bennet Lord Sherwood of the Kingdome of Ireland Henry Lord O Bryan of the Kingdome of Ireland William Peirpoint Peregryne Bartue Richard Bartue Charles Bartue Esquires Sir Francis Fane Knight of the Bath Sir Robert Carr Knight and Baronet Chauncellour of the Dutchy and County Pallatine of Lancaster William Mountague Lord Cheife Baron [Henry (fn. 22) ] Noell Esq[uire] Sir John Munson Sir Thomas Hussey Sir William Thorold Sir John Newton Sir John Bromlowe Sir Robert Markham Sir William Trollop Sir William Hickman Sir Richard Rothwell Sir Humphrey Winch Sir Christopher Wray Sir Carr Scroope Sir John Bolles Sir William Ellis Baronet Sir Richard Earle Baronet Sir Thomas Meeres Knight Sir John Bennet Knight of the [Bennet Knight of the (fn. 23) ] Bath Sir John Morton Sir William Ellis Knight Sergeant at Law Sir Edward Ascough Sir Henry Massingberd Sir Thomas Skipwith Sergeant at Law Sir Drayner Massingberd Sir Will: Yorke Sir Charles Dymmock Sir Christopher Clapham Sir Christopher Menille Sir Edmund Turner Knights Sir Henry Heron Knight of the Bath Sir William Humble Baronet Sir Anthony Irby Knight Sir Phillip Harcourt Baronet Rutland Sanderson Henry Moverson Esq[uire] John Hatcher William Marwood senior Michaell Lister William Godfrey Cesill Tyrwhitt Charles Pelham Charles Sanderson William Broxholme Henry Fane William Lister Richard Ryley Thomas Farmer Edward Payne Thomas Hatcher John Saunders Redmayne Burrell Francis Wingfeild Anthony Tredway William Welby Lister Teigh John Newton Francis Stringer Anthony Palmer Edmund Syler Charles Bates Esquires The Maior and the six senior Aldermen of the Citty of Lincolne for the time being The Maior of Stamford for the time being The Maior of Great Grimsby for the time being The Maior of Boston for the time being The Alderman of Grantham for the time being Mountague Cholmley William Trollop Henry Hall William Saville Stephen Rothwell Peregrine Buck Richard Pell George Sanderson Edward Marbury Stephen Mason George Hearley Darcy Stanhope John Farmery of Morthorpe Edward Tourney Robert Sanderson Marmaduke Darrell William Fitzwilliams George Neville George Midlemore Charles Woolley Christopher Pym Thomas Hall of Ketlthorpe Francis Grantham Vincent Grantham William Berrisford Bever Cornwallis Esquires Anthony Eyre Esq[uire] Henry Stone Anthony Williams Robert Laning John Colthurst Thomas Harrington Miles Long Augustin Conedron Cornelius Hall Gent. Edward Browne of Horbling Gent. Anthony Irby Esq[uire] Samuell Browne John Bolt William Wilson John Empson Joseph Whiteing Adlard Welby David Bonnell Henry Burrell Bever Wimberley Israell Jackson Richard Milner William Howell Doctor of Lawes Edward Sturton Doctor of Phisick Charles Bawes John Shaw Daniell Wigmore Daniell Thorowgood, William Dickenson John Burton of Spalding Gent William Mallett Martin Forster Esq[uire] John Oldfield Peter Balder John Butler Francis Johnson of Spalding Lawson Lawrence Stamford Christopher Aiscough John Eely Richard Curst Edward Nelthorpe John Boswell Charles Newcomen George Knight Charles Radley George Langton Christopher Clayton William Popple John Smith William Hooten William Marwood junior Robert Sandis Thomas Coventry George Whitchcote James Harrington John South Charles Anderson Samuell Ludington Robert Long of Kirkby William Hall of Lincolne Nicholas Smith of Thetlethorpe Francis Auscough Thomas Auscough John Freeson George Fairefax William Pirkins Thomas Grant Robert Goodall Mr Woodrofe of Corby Robert Hurst of Barrowby Gent William Goodall Gent John Greene of Dunsby Mr Ashton of Grantham.

For the Citty of London.

The Right Honourable Sir Thomas Davies Knight Lord Maior and the Lord Maior for the time being Sir William Wilde Knight and Baronet Sir Richard Cheverton Knight Sir Thomas Allen Knight and Baronet Sir John Fredericke Knight Sir John Robinson Knight and Baronet Sir John Lawrence Sir Thomas Bludworth Sir William Turner Sir Richard Ford Sir George Waterman Sir Robert Hanson Sir William Hooker Knights Sir Robert Viner Knight Baronet Sir Joseph Sheldon Knight Sir William Dolben Knight Recorder and The Recorder for the time being Sir Francis Chaplin Sir James Edwards Sir Robert Clayton Sir Patience Ward Sir John Moore Sir William Pritchard Sir Henry Tulse Sir James Smith Sir Nathaniell Herne Sir Robert Jeffers Sir John Shorter Sir Thomas Gould Knights Aldermen Sir John Peake Sir Thomas Stampe Knights Sheriffes Sir John Lethuillieur Sir William Thompson Sir Theophilus Biddulph Sir Thomas Plaier Sir Thomas Meeres Sir Arthur Ingram Sir Andrew King Knights John Joliffe Henry Dunstar William Love John Jones John Bence Thomas Papillon George Jefferies Erasmus Smith James Hayes Esquires Richard Mills William Gibbons John Short Gent John Nicholas Esq[uire] Henry Loads Josiah Childe Sir Samuell Bernardiston Edward Turgis John du Boys Thomas Pilkington Sir Eliab Harvey James Houblon Sir John Cope Sir Thomas Clergis Sir Phillip Mathews John Jefferis Esq[uire] Sir Leolyne Jenkins Sir Robert Wiseman Francis Warner William Williams Humphrey Cliffe Allen Cliffe Charles Thorold Richard Lightfoote John Bathurst Mr Ralph Boxe Edward Waldoe Gervase Price Walter Lapp Lawrence Blomley John Lane Esquires Sir Francis Pemberton Knight His Majestyes Sergeant at Law Sir John King Knight Thomas Jenner Esq[uire] Samuell Pepys Esq[uire] Thomas Cox Doctor in Phisicke.

For the County of Midlesex.

The Right Honourable Edward Seymour Esq[uire] Speaker of the Honourable House of Commons Sir George Carteret Knight and Baronet Vice-chamberlaine of His Majestyes Household Henry Coventry and Sir Joseph Williamson Principall Secretaries of State Sir John Erneley Chauncellor of the Exchequer Sir Robert Carr Knight and Baronet Chauncellor of the Dutchy of Lancaster Sir John Duncombe Knight Sir Richard Rainsford Lord Cheife Justice of the Kings Bench Sir Harbotle Grimston Baronet Master of the Rolls Sir Francis North Lord Cheife Justice of the Common Pleas William Montague Lord Cheife Baron Sir Thomas Twisden Baronet one of the Justices of the Kings Bench Sir William Wilde Knight and Baronet one of the Justices of the Kings Bench Sir Timothy Litleton Knight one of the Barons of the Exchequer Sir Hugh Windham Knight one of the Justices of the Common Pleas Sir Robert Atkins Knight of the Bath one of the Justices of the Common Pleas Sir Edward Thurland one of the Barons of the Exchequer Vere Bertue one of the Barons of the Exchequer, Sir Thomas Jones one of the Justices of the Kings Bench Sir William Scroggs one of the Justices of the Common Pleas George Montague Daniell Finch Henry Brunkard Thomas Killigrew Edward Progers Henry Seymore Esquires Sir William Hicks Baronet Sir Francis Gerrard Knight and Baronet Sir Thomas Litleton Baronet Sir John Mainard Knight one of His Majestyes Sergeants at Law Sir William Jones Knight His Majestyes Attourney Generall Sir Francis Winnington Knight His Majestyes Sollicitor Generall Sir James Butler Attourney Generall to the Queenes Majestie Sir John Trevor Sir William Boyer Baronet Sir John Robinson Knight and Baronet Lieutenant of the Tower of London Sir Jeremy Whichcott Baronett Sir John Lowther Baronet Sir Joseph Ash Baronet Sir John Cutler Knight and Baronet Sir Robert Viner Knight and Baronet Sir Reginald Foster Baronet Sir William Roberts Baronet Sir Thomas Wolstenholme Baronet Sir Phillip Mathews Baronet Sir John Bennet Knight of the Bath Sir John Bramston Knight of the Bath Sir Edmond Windham Knight Marshall of His Majestyes Household Sir Charles Harbord Knight His Majestyes Surveyour Generall Sir Anthony St Legar Sir Charles Lee Sir William Palmer Sir Thomas Allen Sir Allen Apsley Sir John Talbot Knights Sir Thomas Meeres Sir Fredericke Hyde Knight and Sergeant at Law to Her Majestie Sir Phillip Warwicke Knight Sir John Howell Knight Sir Lancelott Lake Sir William Poultney Sir John Babor Sir Phillip Howard Sir James Smith Sir Thomas Player Sir Allen Broderick Sir Thomas Byde Knight Sir Thomas Escourt Knight one of the Masters of Chauncery Sir Robert Hanson Sir Gilbert Gerrard of Harrow Sir Paul Whitchcott Sir James Griffith Sir George Charnocke Sir Robert Southwell Clerke of His Majesties most Honourable Privy Councill Sir Thomas Foster Sir Thomas Oftley Sir Jeremy Smith Sir Edmund Godfrey Sir William Bowles Sir Thomas Stringer Sir John James Sir John Churchill Attourney Generall to the Duke of Yorke Sir Edward Rich Christopher Wren Docttor of Lawes Surveyour of His Majesties Workes Humphrey Weld William Ashburnham George Pitt Francis King Charles Cheney George Marsh Charles Bennet George Jefferies Francis Crawley Henry Barber Clerke of the Crowne John Philip one of His Majestyes Auditors of the Exchequer John Tuppett Mathew Bluck Roger Jennings John Bill Thomas Midleton Samuell Pepes Richard Peacocke Nicholas Townley William Wardow Thomas Baler John Trevor Esq[uire] Nicholas Rainton Ralph Hawtry Thomas Roe Thomas Robinson Humphrey Worley John Carew Thomas Povery Sir Robert Filmore Baronet James Clitherow Richard Dunton Thomas Rosse John Hawtry Edward Walcop Richard Adams Sir Charles Pitfield Henry Hawley James Smith Henry Elwes William Goldsborough Thomas Thomlins John Harvey John Ball William Glascock Martin Clifford Henry Renwell Richard Lightfoote Auditor Richard Mountney George Hill John Baker William Wood Henry Hodges Leonard Hamond Christopher Blake Peter Sabbs John Swanley Richard Bayley Josian Rycroft John Jones Richard Morley Sir Cerill Wich Sir John Bernard Baronet Sir Richard Francklin Knight and Baronet Pawlet Saint-John John Wolstenholme Esquires Francis Brampston Sergeant at Law Sir William Smith Baronet Thomas Owen William Wogan Daniell Waldoe Edward Waldoe John Thoope Esquires Thomas Nappier Esq[uire] Sir William Bolton Knight Richard Harrison Esq[uire] Symon Smith George Day John Pulford Erasmus Smith John Pawlet John Jolley John Lloyd Richard Cheney William Fenn Jasper Churchill Charles Hencock Anthony Collins Henry Collins William Northey Sir Roger Langley Baronet Thomas Lewis Esq[uire] David Walter Esq[uire] John Bathurst Esq[uire] Josua Beale Esq[uire] Thomas Austin Esq[uire] Lawrence Blomley Esq[uire] Sir Edward Deering Baronet Sir William Beversham one of the Masters of Chauncery Edmund Draper Thomas Owen Henry Devenish John Elwes Knight John Parsons Henry Parker Sir Edward Abney Knight Mathew Bluck Robert Forsett Nicholas Courtney Esq[uire] Sir John Trevor Knight John Trevor Esquire John Walker Gentleman Roger Gardiner Roger Stoughton Esquires Sir John Burkenhead Thomas Arain Richard Morley Henry Slingsby Esquires Sir Theodore De vaux Sir, Gilbert Talbott ( (fn. 24) ) Edward Law Robert Blaney Edward Lee Esquires Josua Beale Sir Edward Carteret Sir William Thompson James Cooper Richard May Justinian Pagitt John Hutchinson Esq[uire] William Page Sir Thomas Allen Knight and Baronet Sir Thomas Clergis Sir James Rushout Baronet Sir Thomas Cooke Sir Thomas Marsh Sergeant Newdigate James Houbland Robert Sawyer Simon Parry John Shalem William Prettiraan Edward Byde Henry Sawyer [Esq[uire] (fn. 25) ] William Meggs Josua Gallard Robert Clerkson William Richards Roger Gillingham Joseph Dawson Thomas Monck Edward Bascowen Esq[uire] Sir William Wanon Henry Johnson Esq[uire] Captaine Isaac Woodgreene Humphrey Nicholson Esquires Richard Cheney Joseph Lowden Robert Houlden Richard Bolt Friend John Sharpe Edward Alsop Thomas Johnson Esquires Henry Till Arnold Browne Rainsford Waterhouse Thomas Lewis Esq[uire] Nicholas Osborne Esq[uire] John Swanley Esq[uire] Thomas Thomlins Roberts Esq[uire] of Brumley Sir Edmond Bowyer Baronet Anthony Row William Rawlinson Thomas Bromhall Roger Gardiner Esquires Thomas Cox junior Esq[uire] William Wood Sir Charles Cotterell Phillip Froud Esquire Sir John Bancks Baronet Robert Forsett Abraham Nelson Esq[uire]

For the Citty of Westminster and the Liberties thereof.

Henry Lord Cavendish Sonne and heire apparent to the Earle of Devonshire Charles Lord Clifford sonne and heire apparent to the Earle of Burlington George Mountague Esq[uire] Edward Sackville Esq[uire] Sir Edward Carteret Sir Kingsmill Lucy Sir John Nicholas Sir Allen Apsley Sir Thomas Litleton Sir Charles Cotterell Sir John Bennet Sir Phillip Warwicke Sir Richard Everard Sir Michaell Heneage Sir Robert Howard Sir Phillip Howard Sir Robert Carr Sir Phillip Mathews Sir George Carteret Sir Edmond Windham Sir William Haward Sir John Trevor Sir William Pountney Sir Peter Colliton Sir Theodore De vaux Sir Richard Wiseman Sir John Griffith Sir Edward Brett Sir Edmund Bury Godfrey Sir Walter Clergis Sir John Cotton Sir Phillip Meadowes Sir Charles Harbord Sir Francis Hollis Sir Thomas Meeres Sir George Downing Sir William Doyley senior [Sir William Doyley junior Sir John Talbott (fn. 26) Sir Thomas Mompesson Sir Anthony Irby Sir James Smith Sir Cerill Wich Sir Foulke Lucy Sir John Cutter Sir Richard Mason Sir Richard Dolbin Sir Robert Filmore Sir Robert Pye Sir Thomas Clergis Sir Richard Graham Sir John Copleston Sir Christopher Musgrave Sir Edward Graves Sir John Birkenhead Sir William Orby Sir Thomas Woodcocke Sir William Gerrard Sir William Boreman Sir Robert Southwell Clerke of His Majestyes most Honourable Privy Councill Sir Phillip Lloyd Sir Christopher Wrenn Sir Gilbert Talbott Sir James Hayes Sir Richard Blake Lawrence Hyde Esq[uire] Sir Richard Langley Sir John Hinton John Harvey Esq[uire] Doctor Sydenhain Peregrine Bartue David Walter Henry Bronkard Edwin Sandys William Ashburnham Edmond Waller Phillip Packer William Harbord Bernard Greenvile John Tregonwell Samuell Pepis Christopher Vane Reynald Graham Thomas Thynnc John Strod Governour of Dover Hugh Biscowen Edmond Warcup Richard Newman Essex Strode Mathew Locke Henry Progers John Browne Edward Boscowen Richard Lucy George Legg Francis Lucy Henry Herbert Roger Higgs Edward Griffin John Currance Doctor Warner George Jefferies William Clascocke George Nicholas George Farewell Hugh May Francis Knowles James Dewye Humphrey Worley senior Michaell Mallet Thomas Bayles Doctor Samuell Barrowe Thomas Morrice Walter Brydell Butler Kinkead Bevis Lloyd John Baggeley Esq[uire] Simon Smith John Mann Richard Pagett Michaell Brighouse Lancelott Thornton Hugh Squire Charles Hinton John Baynes Captaine Boheye Emery Hill Humphrey Worley junior George Hill John Russell Thomas Haywood William Wardour Edward Clarke Thomas Bayley Robert Harcourt John Walker Thomas Russell Ambrose Scudamore Doctor Barwicke David Lloyd John Clutterbucke Richard Smith Nicholas Baxter Thomas Crumpe Abraham Harrison John Ball Doctor Clarke Bartholimew Vermuden Henry Slingsby William Blake Jasper Churchill John Chase George Cooper William Morgan Henry Shalcrosse William Bookey Ralph Marshall John Lugg Richard Wheeler Richard Bull John Minshen John Lesson Michaell Arnoll George Plucknet Nicholas Edlyn Maurice Hunt Thomas Halfepenny Richard Mill Thomas Tyndall Thomas Warner John Greene Nehemiah Arnold Ralph Halsey Henry Symonds Miles Mitchell Richard Farthing Christopher Sheene William Wheeler Peter Griffith Charles Rampayne William Austin John Fisher Samuell Baker Maurice Kingwell George Browne Thomas Butler Edmond Doyley Henry Montague John Lockier John Watts Robert Blaney Job Williams Thomas Symonds Robert Newman Arthur Pryor Robert White William Williams John Dunn John Snell Edward Younger Henry Pecke and Giles Masters Gentlemen Captaine Graham Francis Stevens John Lawrence and John Lovying Esquires Maurice Hunt and Samuell Baker Gentlemen Nathaniell Stoughton Esq[uire] William Hawkins Pagitt Henry Aldridge Edward Gawen Robert Nott and James Smithsby Esquires George Bennett Richard May Daniell Finch Sir William Walter Baronet Sir William Jones his Majestyes Attourney Generall Sir John Bankcs Baronet Sir Thomas Daniell William Thoresby Baptist May Bevis Lloyd Thomas Gilbert Henry Fanshaw and Arthur Sparke Esquires Samuell Vincent John Trevor and Francis Gwyn.

For the County of Monmouth

Charles Lord Herbert sonne and heire apparent to the Marquesse of Worcester Henry Herbert Esq[uire] Sir Bainham Throckmorton Baronet Sir Edward Morgan Baronet Sir Charles Kemes Baronet Sir Trevor Williams Baronet Sir Thomas Morgan Barronet Sir Herbert Evans Knight William Morgan of Tredegar Esq[uire] Richard Lewis Esq[uire] Edmond Thomas Esq[uire] Edward Morgan Esq[uire] Trevor Williams Esq[uire] Henry Probert Esq[uire] Thomas Lewis Esq[uire] Charles Van Esq[uire] William Kemys Esq[uire] James Herbert of Colbrooke Esq[uire] John Arnold Esq[uire] Edward Proger Esq[uire] Collonell Charles Proger Thomas Morgan of Llanrumney Esq[uire] John Cary Esq[uire] David Lewis Esq[uire] Thomas Folio Esq[uire] Charles Price Esq[uire] Edmund Morgan of Penloynsarth Esq[uire] Collonell William Morgan Thomas Morgan of Llansore Esq[uire] William Herbert Esq[uire] Richard Lester Esq[uire] Henry Milbourne Esq[uire] Edmund [Jone (fn. 27) ] Esq[uire] Henry Baker Esq[uire] William Jones Esq[uire] Roger Oates Nicholas Kemeis Edmund Gammage Walter Rumsey Charles Milbourne Rowland Gwynn Thomas Pritchard Roger Williams John Williams George Kemeys of Llanvaire John Morgan John Price Caple Hanbury Trevor Morgan Thomas Herbert John Walter of Persfield Thomas Jones of Uske Phillip Cecill Thomas Hughes John Rumsey James Morgan and Rowland Pritchard Esquires William Herbert Barrester at Law Roderick Gwynn Esq[uire] Henry Chambers Gentleman William Blethin Edward Kemeys of Burtholey and John Lewis of IftonHill David Morgan of Llanwenarth Walter Evans of [Llangattocke Robert Gunter Lewis Morgan John Walter of Howicke John Catchmey George Kemeys of Caldicott Charles Morgan of (fn. 28) ] Llangattocke-Lingod William Williams of Carlyon John Rumsey of Wolesnewton Rowland Williams of Slow John Bird John Floyre William Lewis of Llanmellin Robert Jones Walter Aldy John Mathews Ezra Watters Thomas Powell Nicholas Parker Thomas Morgan of Riskah Trevor Probert Francis Spaldin Charles Williams of Newport Isaac Tompkins Theophilus Reynolds James Jones John Curr Charles Morgan of Llansore Henry Morgan of Penrose William Jones of Uske George Harrice Rice Jones of Court Blethin John Jones of Llantrissent John Roth Henry Morgan of Bedwelty Herbert Williams Christopher Price Roger Williams James Harris Hopkin Vaughan William Powell of Bedwelty John Harris Leonard Mericke Richard Vaughan Morgan Thomas Isaac Williams Charles Baker John Watkins of Tregare William Evans Thomas Jones of Trenthin Richard Roberts Herbert Jones Francis Williams Francis Pritchard William Powell of Uske and Nathan Rogers Gentlemen The Maior of Monmouth for the time being The Maior of Newport for the time being The Portrieve of Uske for the time being and the Bayliffe of Abergavenny for the time being John Arnold John Scudamore Esquires Walter Scudamore Thomas Patricke James Williams of Llanggattogg-Lingood James Hughes of the Gelly William George of Comyoye Martin Boothby and David Thomas of Abergenny Gentlemen.

For the County of Northampton.

John Lord Burleigh sonne and heire apparent to the Earle of Exeter Bryen Viscount Cullen of the Kingdome of Ireland Henry Lord O Bryan Baron of Ibrachan of the same Kingdome William Lord Fitzwilliams of the same Kingdome William Mountague Lord Cheife Baron of the Exchequer Sir Francis Compton George Montague Esq[uire] Sir Thomas Crew Knight Sir Roger Norris Sir Samuell Danvers Sir William Farmer Baronets Sir Edward Nicholls Knight and Baronet Sir Edward Griffin Sir John Robinson Sir William Wake Sir John Holman Baronets Sir William Haslewood Knight Sir James Langham Knight and Baronet Sir Edward Alston John Beaumont Edward Griffin Francis[Laud (fn. 29) ] Henry Stafford Richard Rainsford William Alton John [Parkhurst (fn. 30) ] William Harbord John Browne Sir Lewis Palmer Baronet Edward Hales Thomas Chubnalls Esquires George Wake Doctor in Lawes Lawrence Manly William Chester William Sanders Thomas Trist Thomas Elmes Toby Chauncey Thomas Catisby Samuell Trist William Washbourne Sir William Craven Knight Sir Samuell Clarke Devereux Knightley Sir William Langham William Tate Edward Harby William Adams of Welthon Richard Saltonstall Edward Palmer Maximilian Emerley John Creswell Henry Edmunds Robert Clerke William Bugby Sir William Pargiter Sir John Pickering Bryan Johnson Anthony Shugburgh Walker Kirkham Michaell Woodhall John Thornton John Willoughby John Bagshaw William Lisle William Warner Christopher Thursby Andrew Lant Francis Morgan Thomas Jennison Thomas Ward John Lyn George De la vall William Levins Neale Nicholas Steward John Gardiner John Wiseman The Maior of Northampton for the time being John Braffield Richard Massingberd Francis Pickmer Joseph Sergeant William Vaughan Joseph Hinchman John Howes Edward Knighton The Maior of Higham for the time being The Bayly of Daventree for the time being The Maior of Brackley for the time being Henry Lucas John Borne Richard Butler Richard Plowman Jeremiah Dove Salathiell Lovell John Briges William Thursby John Hanbury John Combs Esquires Richard Reeve Francis Crane Francis Arundell Tryan George Quarles Richard Willoughby Sir Robert Drydon Baronet Edward Stratford Henry Rushton Phillip Lord Wenman of the Kingdome of Ireland Sir Thomas Samuell Thomas Andrews George Clerke Gerrard Gore Esquires Sir Roger Cave Sir John Egerton Baronets Goddard Pemberton Edmund Bacon Lewis Watson William Mountague Arthur Brookes Robert Mansell Thomas Freeman Bernard Walcott Esquires Edward Montague Thomas Newton William Adams of Cherwelton Francis Watson Esquire Sir Robert Shirley Sir Ralph Vane Daniell Finch Esq[uire] John Ekins.

For the County of Nottingham.

Patritius Viscount Chaworth of the Kingdome of Ireland Anchitell Grey William Pierpoint Arthur Stanhope William Byron Robert Pierpoint Esquires Sir Francis Leeke Knight and Baronet Sir John Mollineux Sir Edward Dearing Sir Richard Earle Sir Thomas Williamson Sir William Hickman Sir Edmund, Wastinge Sir Edward Nevill Sir John Newton Baronets Sir Scroope How Sir Ralph Knight Knights Francis Leeke William Gray Charles Stanhope John Digby Francis Sandys Samuell Sandys ( (fn. 31) ) Samuell Sandys junior William Sandys John Sandys John Grubham How William Palmes William Toler William Stanhope Thomas Perkins William Cartwright John Thornegh John White Charles Hutchinson Thomas Marshall William Skeffington Penniston Whaley Francis Stringer George Nevill Arthur Warren senior Arthur Warren junior Thomas Charleton senior Thomas Charlton junior Reason Mellish Anthony Gilby William Godfrey Thomas Wauen John Millington Francis Jessop John Yarbourgh, Doctor in Phisicke William Lane John Rolston Darcy Mollineux Peter Broughton Edward Bigland The high Sheriffe for the time being The Maior of Nottingham The Bayliffes of Eastredford The Maior of Newarke Thomas Shipman William Wharton Edward Ward Mathew Jennison Samuell Ellis John [Dougloffe (fn. 32) ] Anthony Collingfood Robert Atkinson Gervisse Piggott William Cartwright William Cartwright Norminton Richard Slater Rowland Dann John Dann John Hacker of Flintam John Hacker of Trowell Henry Plumtree Richard Mansfield Harvey Stanton George Gregory Thomas Rosfill William Pinckney William Wamundsole William Savile Henry Savile Esquires [ (fn. 33) ] Linley of Skegby Robert Thoroton Doctor of Phisicke Robert Newton Anthony Tate John Musters Esq[uire] Charles Lawcocke George Chamberlaine Thomas Dickonson Ralph Edge Christopher Hall William Graves John Parker William Fowler Robert Westbrooke William Welby Thomas Porter Lancelott Rolleston Tempest Brighouse William Waters William Clarkson John Clarkson John Baines Clifton Rodes Gent..

For the County of Northumberland.

Edward Lord Morpeth sonne and heire apparent of the Earle of Carlisle Sir John Fenwicke Baronet Sir Ralph Dalavill Sir Cuthbert Heron Sir William Blacket and Sir Thomas Loraine Baronets Sir George Downing Knight and Baronet Sir Thomas Horsley Knight Utricke Whitfield Esq[uire] Daniell Collingwood Edward Villers Ralph Jennison William Strother Ralph Hebron Thomas Bewicke Francis Blake Robert Mitford Francis Addison Thomas Collingwood John Ridley James Howard Henry Ogle William Dallavill William Widdrington Robert Jennison William Ogle John Shaftoe William Carnaby and John Forster of Cornwall Esquires William Carr John Forster of Etherston Thomas Burrell Patritius Crow Tristram Fenwicke and Edward Collingwood Gentlemen John Gray John Blakiston and William Lilburne Esquires.

For the Towne and County of Newcastle upon Tyne.

Sir Ralph Carr Maior Sir James Clavering and Sir William Blackett Baronets Sir Francis Anderson Sir Robert Shaftoe and Sir Richard Scott Knights Marke Milbankes Henry Maddison Henry Brabant Ralph Jennison Timothy Davison Robert Jennison Robert Roddam and Mathew Jefferson Aldermen Michaell Blacket Sheriffe William Lilburne John Blakeston and Anthony Isaackson Esquires Captaine John Wetwang Robert Ellison John Watson Ambrose Barnes George Moreton Henry Jennison William Hutchinson Robert Fenwicke Abraham Drake Ralph Fell Robert Wetwang Nicholas Fenwicke John Phillipson John Squire William Huntley and Gilbert Dobson Merchants Henry Kirkhouse Edward Greene John Vary and Thomas Neale Esquire.

For the Burrough of Barwick upon Tweede.

Richard Claxon and the Maior for the time being The Lord Dumblayne of the Kingdome of Scotland Thomas Watson Elias Pratt James Cattrell and Andrew Moore Aldermen Mr Elias Pratt junior Mr Marke Scott and Mr Stephen Jackson Daniell Collingwood William Strother senior and William Strother junior Esquires and Sir John Fenwick Baronet Sir Richard Stott The Bayliffes for the time being Mr. John Lucke Ralph Hebron. Esq[uire] Mr. Thomas Dickinson Mr. Richard Winloe Mr. Roger Weddall Mr. Edward Nelson Mr. Selby senior Mr. Selby junior Mr. Ferdinando Forster Mr. Anthony Compton Mr. Robert Watson Mr. George Watson Mr. Edward Ord and Mr. Roddam.

For the County of Norffolke.

Lord Fitzwilliams of the Kingdome of Ireland Henry Lord Richardson of the Kingdome of Scotland Sir Joseph Williamson one of His Majestyes Principall Secretaries of State William Paston Esq[uire] Sir William Coventry Knight Sir Edmond Bacon Sir John Hobert Sir Phillip Woodhouse Sir Edward Barkham Sir John Hollond Sir Augustine Palgrave Sir John Potts Sir Robert Kempe Sir Jacob Astley Sir Edmond Bacon of Gillingham Sir Edward Ward Sir Henry Deerham Sir William Cooke Sir William Doyley Sir Peter Gleane Sir Francis Buckley Sir Thomas Garrard Sir John Pettus Sir. Henry Purefoy Sir William Adams Sir John Mordant Baronets Edward Progers Esq[uire] Sir John Bennet Knight of the Bath Sir Christopher Colthorpe Knight of the Bath Sir Charles Harbord Knight His Majestyes Surveyour Generall Sir Allen Apsley Knight Sir John Trevor Knight Sir. Lestrange Colthrope Serjeant at Law Sir William Doyley junior Knight Sir Nevill Catlin Knight Sir Thomas Allen Knight Sir Thomas Hares Sir Thomas Meadowes Sir. John Bladwell Sir Robert Baldock Sir William Rant Sir John Petus Knights Sir James Johnson Sir Robert England Knights Robert Coke Esq[uire] John Harvey Esq[uire] Robert Walpoole William Windham Thomas Holland William Cooke Esquires Sir. William Heningham Sir Roger Pratt Sir William Godbold Knights Roger Potts Christopher Layer Thomas Townesend Phillip Harbered John Hobart Robert Long Roger Spilman William de Gray Robert Suckling John Barny John Pell Esq[uire] Francis Guybon William Rant Francis Bacon Esq[uire] James Hobart Thomas Bacon Robert London Oliver Neve Thomas Gaudy Robert Day Edmond Woodhouse Edmond Doyley John Harboard Suckling Jay Francis Lane Jacob Peeston Phillip Bedingfield Humphrey Bedingfield Anthony Fisher Robert Houghton Robert Cony Francis Bell Phillip Bell Charles Wren Lawrence Oxburgh Thomas Knivett Richard Godfray Nicholas Rookwood Symon Britiffe Edmond Britiff Lawrence Oxburgh junior John Anguish Christopher Crow Munford Spilman Clement Spilman Leonard Mapes Edward Ward Edmond de Gray Christopher Bedingfield Nicholas Wilton John Fisher Hatton Barnards Thomas Thorsby Francis Thorsby George Townesend Gascoine Weld Leonard Gooch John Warner Anthony Freestone Francis Cory Christopher Jay Clemen Herne John Cock Thomas Browne Tho: Cory Tho: Talbott John Buxton Tho Wright Will Brantwight William Cropley Gabrell Arminger John Thurston John Lestrange Robert Wright Thomas Richmond Esquires Peter Dyamond Richard Barney junior James Hoast Robert Pepper Doctor of Lawes John Norris William Barker Henry Farrer Samuell Pepys Edmond Osborne Francis Creamer George Ward Henry Heynes Edward Beadle Thomas Bramsby Robert Suckling junior Robert Wood Gardner Hewett John Paynell John Knivett Thomas Wood Edward Barber Richard Marriott John Richmond Doctor Owen Hughes Riches Browne John Aide Henry Marsham John Mingay Thomas Weld William Sydley John Herne Israeli Long Martin Cobb John Greene Robert Doughty John Garnish Isaac Preston Hugh Harvey James Tenant William Tubbing Edward Lestrange Edward Leigh Isaac Mootham Roger Pepyes Samuell Vincent Esq[uire] Ralph Pierson Gent. James Ward Nicholas Stileman Esq[uire] Roger Jenings Esq[uire]

For the Towne of Great Yarmouth.

The Bayliffes for the time being Sir Thomas Meadows Sir James Johnson Sir George England Knights George England Esq[uire] Thomas Gooch John Woodroffe Abraham Castle senior John Hall Edmund Thaxter Richard Huntington Peter Caulier Mitchell Mew Samuell Fenn Benjamin England Aldermen Thomas Bramsby Esq[uire]

For the County and Citty of Norwich.

The Maior for the time being Francis Cory Esq[uire] [Recorder (fn. 34) ] Francis Bacon Esquire Steward, Bernard Church Esq[uire] John Mann Esq[uire] Christopher Jay Esq[uire] Thomas Wisse Esq[uire] Richard Wenman Esq[uire] Roger Harries Esq[uire] John Lawrence Esq[uire] Augustine Briggs Esq[uire] Thomas Thacker Esq[uire] Robert Bendish Esq[uire] Henry Herne Esq[uire] John Manser Esq[uire] Henry Watts Esq[uire] Thomas Chickring Esq[uire] John Richers Richard Wenman John Wiggott Henry Crow John Wrench Marke Cockey Ad: Paine Peter Wiggott John Low Aldermen William Helvis William Parmiter Gentlemen.

For Kings Lynn

The Maior for the time being Henry Ferrour Esq[uire] Recorder Benjamin Holly Henry Bell Thomas Robinson Edmund Abbott Simon Tailer Thomas Thetford Giles Bridgeman John Turner Aldermen.

For Thetford

The Maior for the time being Thomas Povey Esq[uire] Recorder Sir Joseph Williamson Knight Sir John Holland Sir Phillip Woodhouse Sir Thomas Garrard Baronets Sir Allen Apsley Knight Burage Martine John Thurston William Croples Esquires Robert Terrell Warmsley Hethersett Thomas Gooch Principall Burgesses.

For the County of Oxford

Phillip Lord Wenman Viscount Tuan of the Kingdome of Ireland Thomas Howard Esq[uire] Brother to the Earle of Suffolke Henry Bertie Esq[uire] Sir William Coventry Knight Sir Thomas Spencer Sir William Walter Sir Compton Reads Sir William Glynne Sir Edmond Fettyplace Sir Francis Wenman Sir Litleton Osbaldeston Sir Anthony Craven Sir Robert Jenkinson Sir Thomas Chamberlaine Sir John Robinson Sir John Holman Sir Richard Temple Sir John Doyley Sir Thomas Cobb Sir John Cape Sir Thomas Peniston Sir Phillip Harcourt Baronets Sir Edward Hungerford Knight of the Bath Sir Edward Norreys Sir Timothey Tyrrell Sir Edmond Bray Sir Thomas Tipping Sir George Croke Sir Allen Apsley Sir James Hayes Sir Llewelline Jenkins Sir Thomas Clayton Sir Nicholas Pelham Sir Thomas Woodcocke Sir John Rowe Knights David Walter Esquire one of the Groomes of His Majestyes Bedchamber Broome Whorwood Robert Dormer Esquires Charles Holloway Serjeant at Law Richard Croke Serjeant at Law William Cope Anthony Hungerford Anthony Libbs Vincent Barris John Stone Henry Alnutt Francis Martine John Clerke William Lenthall John Lenthall William Dormer William Barber Henry Heylin George Chamberlaine Reynald Bray Thomas Hord William Bayley John Croke Samuell Sandys junior George Cole Thomas Coventry William Gannocke Robert Perrot junior John Gower Edmond Warcupp Robert Warcupp Thomas Whorwood Richard Powell George Pudsey William Whitlock Bartholimew Hall Thomas Goghill Robert Knollis Henry Hall Alexander Denton Robert Huntington Thomas Wise Esquires James Hyde Doctor of Phisicke Henry Ailworth Doctor of Law Arthur Jones Charles Holloway Richard Holloway Edward Vernon John West William Oakeley William Wright Humphrey Wickham John Gunn Samuell Trotman John White Sebastian Smith Edmond Gregory James Paul Esquires Mathew Skinner Doctor of Phisicke Mr Shiphard of Rolwright Mr Blague of Coggs Bartholimew Harris John Parsons George Woodward John Wickham Robert Withers Robert Whorwood John Cary Thomas Rowney James Perrott Bartholimew Harris Thomas Clayton Robert Parsons Henry Streete Richard Stephens Gilbert Jackson John Perrott junior of Northleigh Gentlemen, The Mayor of Woodstocke for the time being and the Aldermen of the Towne The Maior of Banbury for the time being The Warden of Henley upon Thames for the time being The Bayliffes of Chiping Norton for the time being The Bayliffes of Burford for the time being.

For the University of Oxford

The Vice Chauncellor and the two Proctors for the time being Lawrence Hyde Thomas Thynne Esquires Sir Thomas Clayton Knight [Werdon (fn. 35) ] of Merton Colledge Thomas Yates Doctor in Divinity and Principall of Brazen-Nose Colledge Robert Say Doctor in Divinity and Provost of Oriell Colledge Richard Allestrey Doctor in Divinity and Cannon of Christ Church Thomas Marshall Doctor in Divinity and Rector of Lincolne Colledge John Nicholas Doctor in Divinity and Warden of New Colledge Thomas James Doctor in Divinity and Warden of All Saints Colledge Benjamin Woodruffe Doctor in Divinity and Cannon of Christ Church James Hyde Doctor in Phisicke and Principall of Magdalen Hall Jo: Lamphire Doctor in Phisicke and Principall of Hart Hall Richard Lydall Doctor in Phisicke Edward Eaton Doctor in Phisicke and Fellow of Magdalen Colledge Doctor John Edisbury Richard Holway Esq[uire] Robert Withers Esq[uire] Richard Witt [Batchlour (fn. 36) ] of Law Benjamin Cooper Master of Arts Jo: Crosse Richard Davies Jo: Haclewood William Flexney Richard Pleydall William Hopkins Gent. Doctor Haughton.

For the Citty of Oxford

The Maior of the said Citty for the time being Sir Francis Wenman Knight and Baronet Sir Edward Norreys Sir Sampson White Knights Broome Whorwood Richard Croke Serjeant at Law Recorder George Low Charles Halloway John White Esquires William Wright Roger Griffin William Baileo John Townesend Aldermen John Lambe Francis Haward Francis Greenoway William Cornish William Walker Tobias Browne Thomas Fifield William Morrell Gentlemen John Painton Towne Clerke Robert Whorwood Charles Haynes Gentlemen.

For the County of Rutland

The Right Honourable Bennet Lord Sherrard of the Kingdome of Ireland The Honourable [Henry Noell Edward (fn. 37) ] Noell Phillip Sherrard Esquires Sir Thomas Mackworth Sir Abell Barker Baronets Sir Thomas Transhaw Knight William Palmes John Wingfield Christopher Browne Richard Verney Samuell Browne Edward Fawkener Andrew Noell Cornelius Burton Charles Halford Thomas Barker Esquires William Colby Gent George Bynyon Esq[uire] John Lord Burleigh.

For the County of Salop

William Pierpoint Richard Newport Andrew Newport Esquires Sir Henry Litleton Sir Henry Fredericke Thynne Sir Humphrey Briggs Sir William Whitmore Sir Francis Lawley Sir John Corbett Sir Vincent Corbet Sir Richard Corbett Sir Francis Edwards Sir Edward Acton Baronets Sir Clement Clarke Sir Thomas Vernon Sir Thomas Whitmore Knight of the Bath Sir John Weld Sir Job Charleton Sir William Childe Sir Timothy Litleton Sir John Trevor Sir Thomas Jones Sir Richard Mason Sir Samuell Baldwin Knights Thomas Thynne William Leweson Gower Richard Scriven Richard Fowler Francis Charleton Charles Manwaring John Walcutt Esquires Francis Thormes Francis Forrester Robert Leighton Richard Lister Edward Kynaston of Oatly Edward Kinaston of Aberclee Roger Kinaston Thomas Baudewin Phillip Prince [Somesett (fn. 38) ] Fox Henry Herbert William Forester Thomas Owen of Condover John Wolrich Thomas Thomas Thomas Whitmore George Weld George Ludlow Thomas Rocke William Owen Robert Corbett of Bosses-Hall John Coates William Oakeley Thomas Walcott Robert Cressett Robert Owen Roger Pope Thomas Floyd Richard Creswell John Lacon William Williams Vincent Edwards Thomas Oatly Litleton Powis Thomas Crumpe Richard More John Newton Thomas Kinnersly of Badger William Cotton Humphry Briggs Thomas Acton William Jones of Sandford Thomas Hill Thomas Ireland William Hanmer Edward Leighton Edward Kerry Edward Whitcott Henry Griffiths Edward Vernon Henry Davenport Rowland Niccolls Henry Mitton of Skipton Humphrey Cornwall Thomas Corbett of Stanardine Edward Agborough Bevis [Lloyd (fn. 39) ] Thomas Cornwall Henry Langley Roger Evans William Herbert of Wotton Robert Clowes Thomas Vernon Richard Cowling John Seaverne Thomas Smallman James Beck Owen Baron Richard Pope Rotchly Prince Arthur Ward Thomas Owen of Duntharke John Wood Thomas Jobber John Edwards of Rorington Richard Corbett Edward Lutwich William Dansey Henry Powell of Wortham John Powell Esquires The Maior of Salop for the time being The Bayliffes of Ludlow Bridgenorth Bishops-Castell and Wenlock for the time being The Maior of Oswestry for the time being Francis Smith Robert Smith John Tayler Ralph Wareing George Hosier John Whitacre Samuell Floyd Thomas Mason Arthur Hinkes Alexander Midleton John Langley of the Amies George Gough Edward Owen Roger Griffiths Richard Wareing Edward Woolaston Roger Harris Robert Vernon John Woodhouse Adam Wareing Richard Davis of Whitchurch William Gravenor Richard Jenkins John Stanniers Edward Powell John Bright Rowland Midleton William Owen of Whitby Edward Pulley Walter Bagott Thomas Hawkes William Griffies Richard Davies Richard Bradley Richard Ridley William Brigien Samuell Boudler Gentlemen John Edwards of the Heath Edward Lloyd of Llanvorda Owen Barton Morgan Wynne Edward Jennings [Esquires (fn. 40) ] William Crompton William Jones George Chambers Edward Owen Christopher Braine Roger Trevor Francis Harris John Kenett Henry Griffith Daniell Wicherley and Richard Lloyd Gentlemen.

For the County of Stafford

Sir Robert Shirley Sir Thomas Wilbraham Sir Walter Pagott Sir Edward Litleton Sir Walter Wrotesly Sir Charles Wolsley Sir Francis Lawley Sir John Bowyer Sir Thomas Bellet Baronets Sir Bryan Broughton Sir Theophilus Biddulph Knights and Baronets Sir John Whyrley Sir Thomas Whitgreave Sir Rowland Oakeover Sir Henry Archbold Knights Randolph Egerton Henry Gray Thomas Thynne Walter Chetwin Edward Litleton William Sneyd William Ward George Legg Brome Whorwood William Leveson Gower Robert Leveson Thomas Lane Richard Dyott William Chetwynd Charles Cotton Richard Congreave Edward Vernon Thomas Kinnersley Ralph Snead John Swinfen Edwin Skrimsier Charles Skrimsier William Wedgwood Arthur Fleetwood Henry Vernon Daniell Watson Charles Agard Francis Wightwick Jonathan Woodnoth John Pyott Walter Aston Thomas Rudiard Edward Alblaster William Parker Henry Gough Edward Birch Thomas Orme William Whitby Michaell Noble John Turton Edward Moorton John Whitehall Ferrers Fulke Thomas Whitby William Trafford Walter Fowler Zachariah Babington Mathew Kellett Mathew Flyer Esquires Thomas Palmer Thomas Scott Thomas Rugeley Thomas Villers Leicester Barbour Sampson Birch Timothy Edge John Felton John Offley William Crompton John Leigh Gentlemen The Maior of Stafford and Newcastle Underline for the time being The Bayliffes of Tamworth for the time being Nicholas Parker Charles Bainton Gentlemen.

For the Citty of Lichfield

The Bayliffes and Sheriffe for the time being Sir Theophilus Biddulph Knight and Baronet Sir Henry Archbold Knight Richard Dyott Esquire Thomas Minors Thomas Caterbanck Simon Martin senior John Rawlins Ralph Minors William Jesson Gentlemen.

For the County of Somerset

The Right Honourable Edward Seymour Esq[uire] Speaker of the Honourable House of Commons Ralph Stawell Esq[uire] High Sheriffe of the County Lord Viscount Fitzharding of the Kingdome of Ireland Lord Halley of the Kingdome of Ireland Francis Pawlett Sir William Portman Sir Hugh Smith Knight of the Bath and Baronet Sir William Wyndham Sir John Wroth Sir Halswell Tynt Sir Thomas Windham Sir John Coventry Sir Thomas Bridges Sir Edward Hungerford Sir William Bassett Sir Edward Phillips Sir Francis Rolle Sir John Mallet Sir Stephen Fox Sir John Churchill Sir Humphrey Sidenham Sir John Coplestone Sir James Hayes Knights Thomas Thynne Edward Phillips George Speake Peregrine Palmer George Horner Edward Gorges John Carry Edmond Wyndham Edward Barkley Henry Bridges Thomas Wyndham of Witham William Helyer John Buckland Thomas Warr Robert Hunt Henry of Shapwick John Piggott William Lacy the elder John Harrington [Henr (fn. 41) ] Waldron George Dodington of Dodington Henry Bull of Midsummer-Norton Warwicke Bampfield William Strode Edward Strode William Lacy the younger Edward Clarke Robert Halley Henry Henley Thomas Strode Edward Court Richard Jones Edmond Carrant John Hunt Peter Roynon William Speake John St Albanes Henry Light William Harbord John Prows Thomas Lyvenham John Bayly Chauncellor of Wells William Coward George Stedman Thomas Jennings George Long Richard Morgan William Harbin William Clarke Humphrey Sydenham of Delverton Richard Musgrave Coplestone Horton Richard Crosse William Orange John Hody Henry Bridges Joseph Langton Richard Landsdowne Charles Stennings George Dodington Anthony Stocker junior John Tooker of Norton Hall Thomas Saunders Edward Hobbs John Wynne George Clarke.

For the Citty of Wells

The Maior for the time being, The Recorder Maurice Berkley Nicholas Niblett John Davis John Davage John Day Francis Symmonds William Saumon.

The Towne of Bridgewater

The Maior for the time being Humphrey Steer Francis Harvey William Macy John Liney.

For the Citty of Bath

The Maior for the time being, The Recorder John Bush Walter Gibbs Henry Chapman Robert Peace Doctor of Phisicke Robert Chapman John Masters.

For the County and Citty of Bristoll.

The Maior and Sheriffe for the time being Sir Robert Atkins Knight of the Bath one of his Majesties Justices of the Common Pleas Sir Humphry Hooke Knight Sir John Knight Knight John Lowford Esq[uire] Thomas Stephens Esq[uire] Sir Robert [Yeomans (fn. 42) ] Baronet John Knight Esq[uire] John Hicks Esq[uire] Richard Streamour Esq[uire] Ralph Olive Esq[uire] William Crabb Esq[uire] Richard Crumpe Esq[uire] Aldermen John Lloyd Esq[uire] Joseph Creswick Esq[uire] Richard Harte Esq[uire] Thomas Earle Esq[uire] William Colston Esquire.

For the County of Southampton.

The Right Honourable Edward Seymour Speaker of the Honourable House of Commons The Honourable Edward Noell Lieutenant of the County James Lord Annesley sonne and heire apparent to the Earle of Anglesey William Russell Esq[uire] Sir Robert Howard Knight Sir George Carteret Knight and Baronet Charles West Esq[uire] Sir Kinsman Lucy Baronet Sir John Norton Baronet Sir Hugh Stuckely Baronet Sir William Lewis Baronet Sir Robert Dillington Baronet Sir William Meux Baronet Sir Thomas Badd Knight and Baronet Sir Nicholas Stuart Baronet Sir Mundiford Brampston Baronet Sir John Saintbarb Baronet [Sir John Oglander Baronet (fn. 43) ] Sir Thomas Hooke Sir Robert Holmes Sir Thomas Higgons Sir Francis Rolle Sir Robert Henly Sir Richard Knight Sir Charles [Lee Sir James (fn. 43) ] Worseley [Sir Edward Worseley (fn. 43) ] Sir John Cloebury Sir Charles Windham Sir John Holmes Sir John Biggs Knights Edward Pile High Sheriffe of the County Francis Powlett Charles Powlett Richard Norton Thomas Neale Lawrence Hyde Thomas Knolis George Legg Governour of Portsmouth Richard Lucy Thomas Gervoice Henry Whitehead George Pitt James May Leonard Bilson John Hooke Thomas Cole Roger Gallop Francis Tilney Henry Bromfield senior Arthur Hold White Tichburne John Stewkeley Oliver St John Bartholomew Price Henry Tulse Richard Tulse Richard Ayliffe William Wither John Hawkoner Roger Clavell Williams Stephens Esquires Edward Norton Edward Leigh John Leigh John Richards Robert Oxenbridge John Paulin Gabriell Whistler John Deane John Smith Edward Dillington John Butten Richard Love senior Francis Dickens John Dingley Robert Gough Peter Bettesworth William Smith Richard Cobbe Richard Love junior William Stanley Robert Richvell Daniell Kingsmill John Kingsmill Edward Hooper Henry Doyley James Rudyard James Halsell Henry Bromfield junior Ralph Hastings William Pitt Esquires George Browne Henry Perrin Henry Kelsey John Man Thomas Dawse John Kelsey John Mathew Richard Richards Benjamin Newland Richard Bishop Robert Roll Thomas Edmonds Thomas Knight Francis Guydott William Goddard John Reaves of Bramsberry Thomas Urrey of Freshwater William Bulkley of St Ellens Bartholimew Bulkley of Limington and John Burrard of the same Gentlemen The Maior of Portsmouth for the time being Richard Morley Esq[uire] Sir John Steventon Hugh Salisbury Phillip James Thomas Mills Nicholas Hedger Nicholas Peirson Aldermen of the same The Maior of Newport The Maior of Yarmouth The Maior of Basingstoke and The Bayliffe of Andover for the time being Richard Harris.

For the Citty of Winchester

The Maior of the said Citty for the time being John Warner William Tailer Thomas Muspratt Nicholas Purdue Edmond Fifeild William Cradock Thomas Wavell and Godson Penton Aldermen of the said Citty.

For the Towne and County of Southampton.

The Maior of the said Towne and County for the time being Roger Gallop Esq[uire] Recorder of the same William Standley Robert Richvell James Crosse Thomas Cornelius James Clungeon Richard White Peter Guyllam Edward Richards Arthur Fulks Aldermen of the said Towne and County John Speede of the same Doctor in Phisicke Thomas Knollys Esq[uire] William Drake Peter Blake Robert Culliford Esq[uire]

For the County of Suffolke.

Lyonell Lord Huntingtowre of the Kingdome of Scotland Sir John Duncombe Walter Devereux Esq[uire] Sir Edmond Bacon Sir Henry Felton Sir John Holland Sir Robert Kemp. Sir Henry Bacon Sir John Barker Sir William Spring Sir Willoughby Deves Sir John Castleton Sir Thomas Cullom Sir William Doyley Sir Jervice Elwes Sir Thomas Darcy Sir Robert [Gordell (fn. 44) ] Sir Henry North Sir Robert Brooke Sir John Duke Sir Phillip Parker Sir Thomas Bernardiston Sir Samuell Bernardiston Baronets Sir Charles Gaudy Sir George Reeve Sir Thomas Allen Knights and Baronets Sir Nicholas Bacon Knight of the Bath Sir John Pettus Baronet Sir John Pooley Sir Thomas Harvey Sir George Winiffe Sir Nevill Catlin Sir John Hanmer Sir Thomas Smith Sir Jeoffrey Burwell Sir Francis Theobalds Sir Phillip Meadowes Sir Thomas Meadows Sir Phillip Skippon Sir William Soames Sir John Coale Master of Chauncery Sir Richard Gipps Sir John Peake Sir John Shaw Knights John Harvey Treasurer to Her Majestie Robert Cooke Edward Proger John Playters Thomas Holland William Duncombe Adam Felton Thomas Jermin John Castleton junior John Cordall Robert Reeve Thomas Allen Thomas Cool Thomas Walgrave Thomas Glemham Thomas Walgrave junior John Wright of Ipswich John Bence of Rinsfield Thomas Tyrrell Anthony Gaudy Henry Parker Nathaniell Parker John Thirston Giles Barnardiston Benjamin Cutler of the Chauntry Maurice Shelton William Soames Richard Norton Francis Warner Edmond Warner Henry Warner Reginold Williams Edward Hubbard Robert Russell Joseph Brand Lyonell Playters Francis Barker Thomas Dade Robert Gourdon John Southerby John Clarke Thomas Clarke William Gipps Hamond L'Estrange. John Scrivener Robert King William Acton Edward North William Rivett Clement Heigham Thomas Edgar William Gooch William Gibbs Samuell Gibbs John Cornwallis John Hodges Henry Johnson Edward Mann Thomas Blackerby Robert Maltiward Robert Wright Thomas Wright Henry Edgar Barnaby Bowtell John Lane Lawrence Rouse Mathew Leman John Leman Joseph Hull William Glover Thomas Goulding Francis Burwell Thomas Bacon John Breame of Ash John Beddingfield Henry Stebbing Samuell Kerridge William Guavas Francis Horney Thomas Love Esquires Thomas Avas Doctor of Phisicke Edmond Bedingfield John Spencer Phillip Gourdon Thomas Vesey Allen Cotton Edward Plumb Richard Kirkby Thomas Steward Stephen Morley John Smith of Parkfield John Lane John Hall Charles Cock Edward Bence Thomas Roper William Brand of Polstead Richard Vesey Edmond Sheppard Edmond Gardener Robert Browning of Brandiston John Brooke Paul Buckenham William Cullum Adam Budle Nicholas Bradge Joseph Beamont John Lambe Phillip Haward William Jermye John Jermye Thomas Dye John Buxton Thomas Colvell alias Covell Thomas and Thomas Rivett Gentlemen.

For the Towne of Sudbury.

The Maior of Sudbury for the time being Sir Robert Cordell Baronet Thomas Walgrave and John Cordell Esquires Doctor Butcher Joseph Wood John Cooke Daniell Cooke John Warner John Gibbon Richard Hobart Gentlemen.

For the Towne of Dunwich

The Bayliffes of Dunwich for the time being Sir John Pettus Knight William Wood Esquire John Benefice Thomas Tookely Gray Thomas Goddard Henry Bedingfield Samuell Driver Jonas Munnings Gentlemen.

For the Towne of Ipswich

The Bayliffes of Ipswich for the time being John Wright Gilbert Linfield Esquires Thomas Edgar Recorder Miles Wallis Luke Jowers William Cullam Charles Wright Henry Gosnold John Pimberton Lawrence Stistead Richard Phillipps Robert Clarke Gentlemen.

For Saint Edmondsbury.

The Aldermen of Bury for the time being Sir John Duncombe Sir Thomas Harvey William Duncombe John Southerby Recorder Thomas Holland Thomas Coell John Clarke Esquires James Cobb Francis Browne Robert Sharpe Mathew Warren Samuell Husler Thomas Burrowes Nicholas Batley and Martin Spencer Gentlemen.

For the Towne of Aldborough

The Bayliffes for the time being Sir John Holland Baronet John Bence Esq[uire] John Bedingfield Recorder John Burrowes Thomas Elliott John Browne Thomas Wall Ralph Rabbitt Walter Garfort and Alexander Osbourne Gentlemen.

For the Burrough of Orford

The Maior for the time being Walter Devereux Esq[uire] Sir Allen Brodericke Knight Henry Parker Esq[uire] Recorder Henry Parker junior Thomas Hastings Joseph Hastings Edward Edwyn Thomas Johnson Gentlemen.

For the County of Surrey.

Mr Sanders High Sheriffe for the County of Surrey Charles Earle of Ancram of the Kingdome of Scotland Francis Viscount Longford of the Kingdome of Ireland Lord Huntingtowre of the Kingdome of Scotland Sir Edward Thurland one of the Barons of the Exchequer Bernard Grenvile Esq[uire] Francis Coventry Esquire Collonell Edward Villars Sir Henry Capell Knight of the Bath Sir Walter Saint Johns Baronet Sir Francis Vincent Sir Adam Browne Sir William More Sir Stephen Lennard Sir Marmaduke Gresham Sir Edward Bromfield Sir John Werden Sir Phillip Mathews Baronets Sir William Terringham Knight of the Bath Sir John Nicholas Knight of the Bath Sir Edmond Bowyer Sir George Freeman Knight of the Bath Sir William Haward Sir William Morley Knight of the Bath Sir Thomas Foster Sir Richard Mason Sir Thomas Bludworth Sir Nicholas Carew Sir Thomas Clarges Sir William Hoskins Sir Allen Brodericke Sir Edward Evelin Sir Mathew Andrews Sir Henry Tulse Sir Edward Bish Sir Dennis Gawden Sir Robert Knightley Knights William Montague Ambrose Browne junior of Bechworth-Castle Arthur Onslow George Chute Christopher Buckle William Ellyott Edward Proger Thomas Dalmahoy Francis Howard George Woodroffe Thomas Dalmahoy George Evelin of Wootton George Evelin of Nutfield Roger James Touch Anthony Thomas Sir James Butler Edward Gresham [Sigimond (fn. 45) ] Stidolph John Weston of Ockham Edward Thurland Richard Onslow George Vernon James Gresham Anthony Bowyer Esquires Morgan Randall Denzell Onslow Ambrose Muschamp Phillip Hildiyerd George Smith John Thynne Roger Duncombe William Hayward Robert Cooke Robert Hatton Edward Woodward Daniell Sheldon William Vanburgh Henry Lloyd William Harvey Stephen Harvey Samuell Rouse Thomas Lee George Chute junior James Clarke Richard Heath Peter Hussey Charles Good Samuell Howland Walter Howland Francis Brend Robert Packhurst Esq[uire] Thomas Turgis Esq[uire] Thomas Jenner Thomas Arden John Jorden Esquires John Parker Henry Byne John Heather Esq[uire] Francis Gerrard William Hawkins Gentlemen Anthony Covert John Glynne John Sandis [Esq[uire] (fn. 46) ] Giles Dunstar Gentleman Robert Gavell Richard Dalton Samuell Wall Gentlemen John Wight Thomas Bridges Esquires Richard Coldham of Downe farme Esq[uire] The Maior of Guilford for the time being Thomas Foster Esq[uire] Captaine Perry Captaine Caleb Westbrooke Alderman Freeman James Reading Joseph Nicholson William Castles Thomas Locke Richard How Peter Rich Richard Holman Joseph Colinge Richard Simms of Guilford Nicholas Fenn John Spencer Thomas Benson Henry Hampson John Bind of Camerwell George Smith late of Wandsworth Robert Wilson Gentlemen Sir Robert Clayton Richard Garth Esq[uire] Sir John Shorter Captaine Holdich Henry Goreing Esq[uire] Richard May Esq[uire] William Salmon Gent. John Snell Gent. Thomas Sydderfin [Esq[uire] (fn. 47) ] John Thynne junior Esq[uire] Edmond Sherman Nathaniell Reading Esq[uire] Symon Smith Gent. Richard Brett Esq[uire] Francis Buller Esq[uire] William Lenthall Esq[uire] Edward Ball Gent John Covert Esq[uire] John Cresset Gent. Sir Edward Winter Sir James Rushout.

For the County of Sussex

Edward Sackville John Tufton Richard Tufton Thomas Tufton Esquires Sir John Pelham Sir William Culpeper Sir Cisill Bishop Sir Adam Browne Sir James Bowyer Sir John Covert Sir William Thomas Sir John Staply Sir John Fagg Sir Denny Ashburnham Sir Anthony Shirley Sir William Wilson Sir Robert Parker Sir Thomas Dyke Sir Richard Ashfeild Baronets Sir William Morley Knight of the Bath Sir Nicholas Stroude Sir Thomas Woodcocke Sir George Courthop Sir Nicholas Pelham Sir James Morton Knights Thomas Pelham Thomas Sackvile John Lewkner Henry Gowring senior Walter Bartlett Robert Edmonds Baptist May William Board Henry Goring junior John Ashburnham Nisell Rivers Percy Goreing Robert Fagg William Morley Richard Bridger Edward Michelbourne Thomas Midleton junior Anthony Eversfield Edward Blaker John Eversfield John Alford Simon Smith John Midleton Robert Palmer William Westbrooke Ralph Mills John May Richard May Robert Anderson James Butler Thomas Smith John Steward Thomas Gray Henry Shelley John Millington Walter Double Peter Courthop Thomas Beard Nicholas Selwin Henry Bishop William Spence Sackville Graves William Dyke John Browne Edward Payne John Baker senior Edward Polhill Richard Paine Roger Shoiswell Walter Everden Robert Fowle Thomas Frewen John Busbridge Tho: Pierce Tho: Collins Nicholas Townley Will: Peckham Joseph King Christopher May Phillip Packer Timothy Burrell Esquires Nicholas Eversfield Edward Chowne John Gratwick William Serate John Blacksell Thomas Midleton senior John Michell Robert Michell Bray Chowne John Machell William Palmer Thomas Garroway Richard Nash Thomas Painè Francis Mose Richard Mills Walter Cole Thomas Betsworth Thomas Palmer Esq[uire] Richard Cooper Thomas Young George Gunter Captaine Bickley Richard Peckham John Peckham of Crockerhill Thomas Peckham Richard Young Edward [Troyson (fn. 48) ] William Lane John Oliver John Baker junior Edward Sheppard John Fuller Peter Farnden Peter Jott Thomas Briggs Robert Johnson William Young John Cobden William Bishop John Wicks John Dyne Thomas Mums Thomas Bromfeild senior Thomas Bromfeild junior John Cheale senior ( (fn. 49) ) John Cheale junior Lawrence Alcock John Cooke William Harden Thomas Burrell of Cookfeild Gentlemen The Maior of Chichester The Maior of Arundell The Maior of Hastings The Maior of Rye The Maior of Winchelsea for the time being The Bayliffe of Seaford and the Bayliffe of Pé for the time being Edward Cooper of Strowde Esq[uire] Oliver Weekes Esq[uire] Peregrine Palmer Esq[uire] William Peachey of Petworth John Peachey of Petworth John Polhill of Frenches Henry Apsley John Lanford George Elfered Thomas Ellis William Elson senior William Elson junior Gentlemen.

For the County of Warwicke.

Charles Lord Clifford sonne and heire apparent to the Earle of Burlington William Lord Allington of the Kingdome of Ireland Lord Digby of the Kingdome of Ireland Sir Francis Compton Knight Anchetell Grey Thomas Coventry Charles Leigh Esquires Sir Robert Shirley Sir John Mordent Sir Robert Holt Sir Richard Temple Sir Henry Puckering alias Newton Sir John Tufton Sir Edward Boughton Sir Clement Fisher Sir Francis Lawley Sir Roger Burgoyne Sir John Bridgeman Sir John Knightley Sir Herbert Price Sir Thomas Norton Sir Theophilus Biddolph Sir John Huband Sir John Hales Sir Charles Wheeler Sir Orlando Bridgeman Sir Fuller Skipwith Baronets William Bromley Knight of the Bath Sir Charles Adderley Sir Charles Lee Sir William Palmer Sir Thomas Doleman Sir Arthur Caley Sir William Underhill Sir Richard Hopkins Sir John Clopton Sir Andrew Hackett Knights, Richard Nudigate Serjeant at Law Thomas Thynne Richard Lucey John Ferrars Thomas Archer Richard Nudigate Rich: Hopkins Seabrett Reppington Henry Pudsey John Rouse Richard Boughton of Bilton Richard Verney senior of Kingston Richard Verney junior of Kingston Robert Somervile Josiah Childe Walter Chetwin Aden Bagott Henry Ferrars William Combe Thomas Marriott Thomas Rawlins Charles Newsham Hastings Ingram Thomas Wagstaffe George Devereux Charles Bentley Humphrey Jennings Thomas Corkin George Secheverell John Stratford William Palmer Edward Hinton William Bishop William Colemer Nathaniell Stoughton William Perkins John Snell Richard Leds John Newsham James Prescott Henry Parker William Loggins Henry Mathews Esquires Thomas Keate Gent. The Maior of Warwicke for the time being The Maior of Stratford for the time being The Bayliffes of Tamworth for the time being.

For the County of the Citty of Coventry.

The Maior for the time being Sir Clement Fisher Sir Thomas Norton Sir John Hales Sir Orlando Bridgeman Baronets Sir Richard Hopkins Sergeant at Law Sir Robert Townsend Sir Arthur Caley Sir William Jesson Knights Richard Hopkins Humphrey Lowe Henry Greene John Bowater John Dugdale Esquires William Jelliffe Joseph Chambers James Nailor Ralph Phillips Nathaniell Harriman John Wooldrige Aldermen Robert Beake Thomas Whagstaffe Henry Smith Gentlemen.

For the County of Worcester

Mr Secretary Coventry, The Lord Follyott of the Kingdome of Ireland Mr Other Windsor Mr John Coventry Sir John Packington Sir Henry Litleton Sir Francis Russell Sir Edward Seabright Sir Edward Rouse Sir William Keyte Sir Thomas Cookes Baronets Sir Rowland Berkley Sir John Winford Sir John Talbott Sir Christopher Musgrave Sir John Hanmer Sir James Rushout Sir John Barnaby Sir Francis Winnington Knights Collonell Samuell Sandys John Packington Samuell Sandys junior Thomas Savage senior Sherrington Talbott Thomas Savage junior Henry Herbert James Pitts Henry Jefferies William Bromley Robert Berkley Francis Finch Edward Carew Joseph Walsh Thomas Childe Henry Townsend senior Richard Couling Esq[uire] William Swift John Nanfan Thomas Streete Edward Dinley Leonard Simpson Litleton Clent Richard Vernon Richard Ligon Edward Partridge William Sheldon Walter Savage Thomas Jolliffe Thomas Symonds Giles Persons Anthony Sambage John Sandys Edmond Lechmore Henry Evett William Washbourne Henry Spiller Thomas Watson William Lygon Brome Whorwood Thomas Bushell Nicholas Barnaby Francis Sheldon Thomas Haslewood Thomas Stephens John Bearecroft Bridges Nanfan Thomas Vernon Henry Parker Gerrard Dannett Martin Sandys Richard Nash of Powicke Thomas Turvey William Dowdeswell Thomas Barker Marke Dynely Thomas Foley Richard Dowedeswell Esq[uire] Humphrey Patrett John Newporte John Glutton William Gerratt Robert Foley The Bayliffes of Droitwick for the time being The Maior of Evesham for the time being The Bayliffe of Bewdley for the time being.

For the Citty and County of the Citty of Worcester.

The Maior Aldermen and Sheriffe for the time being Sir John Packington Baronet Collonell Samuell Sandys Sir Francis Winnington Knight his Majestyes Sollicitor Generall Sir Rowland Berkeley Knight Thomas Streete Thomas Vernon Robert Wild Esquires Richard Beddoes Henry Tailer John Bearcroft William Norris William Swift Gentlemen.

For the County of Wilts.

The Right Honourable Edward Seymour Esq[uire] Speaker to the Honourable House of Commons Richard Lord Gorges of the Kingdome of Ireland Henry Lord Coleraine of the same Kingdome Anthony Lord Ashley sonne and heire apparent to the Earle of Shaftsbury Edward Howard Esq[uire] Sir Robert Howard Knight Sir John Ernely Knight Chauncellor of the Exchequer Sir Walter St John Sir Robert Button Sir Seymour Pile Sir William Estcourt Sir Richard Grobham How Sir James Long Sir Walter Ernie and Sir Walter Long Baronets Sir John Coventry Sir Edward Hungerford Sir John Nicholas and Sir Edward Baynton Knights of the Bath Sir John Evelin Sir John Talbott Sir George Hungerford Sir Thomas Estcourt senior Sir Thomas Estcourt junior Sir Henry Coker Sir George Speake Sir Thomas Mompesson Sir Stephen Fox Sir Richard Harrison Phillip Howard Esq[uire] Sir Francis Chaplin Sir Giles Hungerford Knight Sir Joseph Ash Baronet Sir John St -Loe Sir Edward Low Knights Thomas Thynne George Pitt Richard Lewis Henry Poole Henry St John George Cooper Francis Wroughton senior Robert Hyde Richard Howe Francis Pile John Pleydall Nevill Poole William Glanvill John Hall William Eyre William Brunker William Duckett Ralph Freake George Ayliffe Thomas Bennett George Bond [Edmond (fn. 50) ] Waynford Edmond Nicholas of Maningford Thomas Mompassion Bernard Pawlett William Ash Alexander Thislethwayte Maurice Buckland Oliver Calley Thomas Lambert John Harrison John Windham John Smith de Tydworth Richard Aldworth Charles Ralegh John Collins George Low Jeffery Daniell Edward Goddard de Standen William Willoughby Thomas Gore William Trenchard William Hodges George Johnson Giles Eyre senior Samuell Eyre William Swanton Henry Clarke junior Giles Eyre junior Thomas Chamberlaine Thomas Hawles Henry Eyre Giles Estcourt John Scroope Nevill Masklyne Francis Goddard Robert Drew John Bowles Thomas Penrudock Robert Chaundler Thomas Pile Peter Dove John Hungerford Oliver Nicholas Richard Bowie Henry Wallis Edmond Webb Richard Chaundler John Danvers John Ash Michaell Ernie Samuell Ash Thomas Goddard de Swindon Thomas Clerke John Deane Edward Nott John Mervin William Chaffin William Norborne John Hawkins John Mompesson Francis Hill Lawrence Swanton Edward Goddard de Ogborn Abjohn Stoakes Charles Tooker Benjamin Gifford John Fitzherbert Thomas Bennett Edmond Hungerford Gabriell Ashley of Cheerebury John Brooke William Herst John Wallis of Westwood Charles Yorke Ephraim Westley William Bronker Richard Greene John Hippesley John Young Hope Longe Thomas Harris Thomas Harris of Colerne Richard Poore John Jacobi Thomas Dennet senior Francis Stonehouse Robert Foile Richard Goddard Mathew Bennett Christopher Pitt Edward Duke George Duke of Sarum George Duke of Lake Henry Chivers Thomas Long Giles Litcott Thomas Dove Walter Perkin of Lyshill William Levett John Bigg George Sadler William Grinfield Michaell Beach Richard Hunt William Turner Edward Hoborough James Phipps Edward Nicholas Thomas Michell Mr Hancocke with the Maiors of Wilton and the Devizes and Malborough for the time being Christopher Poticar Jonathan Rogers of Chippenham Gentlemen.

For the Citty of New Sarum.

Giles ( (fn. 51) ) Nash Maior and The Maior for the time being William Swanton Recorder Sir Thomas Mompesson Sir Stephen Fox Knights Gyles Eyne Deputy Recorder Edward Edmonds Thomas Cutler Maurice Greene William Viner senior Thomas Williams Thomas Batter Christopher Gardiner James Bennett William Smith Thomas Keynton Aldermen John Windham Esquire Thomas Harris Esq[uer] William Hearst Esq[uer] Gabriell Ashley Esq[uer] John Stevens Esq[uer] Francis Hill Esq[uer] George Vennard Esq[uer]

For the County of Westmorland.

John [Tusfren (fn. 52) ] Thomas [Tusfren (fn. 52) ] Esquires Sir Phillip Musgrave Sir William Dalston Sir George Fletcher Sir John Lowther Sir John Lowther junior Baronets Sir Christopher Musgrave Sir John Otway Knights Richard Musgraye John Dalston James Bellingham Daniell Fleming Richard Loucher Robert Hilton Edward Wilson Henry Wilson Thomas Flecher Allen Bellingham Christopher Dalston Christopher Phillipson Edward Musgrave William Sandford Lancelott Muchell Thomas Gabetis Thomas Lamplugh Allen Pricker Richard Duckett Robert Bruichwaich John Fisher Gentlemen The Maiors of Appleby and Kendall for the time, being.

For the County of Anglesey.

Robert Lord Bulkley Viscount Cassells of the Kingdome of Ireland Sir Hugh Owens Baronet Thomas Bulkley Nicholas Bagnall John, Glynne Peirce Lloyd John Robinson William Meirick John Griffith of Llanvaithley Robert Roberts William Williams Thomas Holland David Lloyd Lloydiart William Bulkley of Brinddo Conisby Williams Owen Hughes John Owens of Penrosse Edward Wynne Rowland White Howell Lewis Esquires Henry Jones Henry Davies John Price of Trevadog John Wood John Owen of Llanvaethly Hugh Williams David Williams William Roberts of Caere Owen Williams John Hughes William Griffith Gentlemen, The Maior of Bewmaris for the time being Richard Edwards.

For the County and Towne of Brecon.

Lord Herbert of Ragland sonne and heire apparent to the Marquesse of Worcester The Judges of Assize for the time being Sir William Lewis Sir Herbert Price Sir Walter Williams Sir Thomas Williams Baronets William Morgan of Threow Edward Proger Knight of the Shire John Jefferies Thomas Lane Thomas Mansell Marmaduke Lloyd Thomas Lewis Lewis Morgan Attourney Generall Henry Proger William Le Hunt Thomas Walker Daniell Williams Walter Vaughan Richard Williams of Cabalva William Morgan Edward Games John Williams Hugh Powell Edward Powell Thomas Williams John Gunter Hugh Powell of the Glyin John Guynne Robert Lucy Marmaduke Guynne Henry Vaughan Doctor of Phisicke Edward Williams Jasper. Meller John Stydman Thomas Bowen Edward Herbert Barzilla Jones John Morgan Walter Williams Edward Gwynn Lodowick Lewis Rees Prees William Vaughan Henry Powell Edmond Jones John Powell Esquires Lewis Gunter John Walbeiff Phillip Parry Samuell Pitchard William Bowens junior Richard Williams Edward Williams Henry Williams of Llanmider William Lloyd of Llandewyrcum Lewin Jenkins John Walters. Thomas Vaughan William Morgan of Llangeny William Morgan of Penderen Gentlemen.

For the Towne of Brecon

John Jeffereys Esq[uer] Rees Penren High Sheriffe Henry Stidman Richard Jones Charles Roberts William Thomas Gentlemen The Bayliffe Recorder and Aldermen for the time being.

For the County of Cardigan.

Sir Thomas Price of, the Lodge Baronet Edward Vaughan of Trowescoed Hector Phillips of Cardigan Morgan Herbert of Havod Thomas Price of Llanfread Hugh Griffith of Urglawdd James Jones of Abermaid Thomas Lloyd of Ruarthan Erasmus Lloyd of Mabus Thomas Lloyd of Llewydyris Cornelius Lebrune of Nantees Watkyn Lloyd of Werne John Lewis of Gervas Thomas Jenkins of Diffryn Lynod Nicholas Lewis of Pantyr-Odin John Lloyd of Killgwynne Thomas Lloyd of Castle-Howell John Williams of Abernant Bichan Esquires Francis Vaughan of Llanlery John Herbert of Gogerthan Richard Lloyd of the Mabus John Prise of Rhandir Thomas Lewis of Coedmore Morgan Lloyd of Foes-Heligge Gentlemen The Maior for the Towne of Cardigan for the time being Arthur Batman Mathew Griffith Barthplimew Young Robert Lloyd Gentlemen.

For the County of Carmarthen.

John Lord Vaughan sonne and heire apparent to the Earle of Carbery Sir Edward Mansell Sir Sackvile Crow Sir Rice Rudd Sir William Russell Baronets Sir Rice Williams Knight Althom Vaughan Richard Vaughan of Jorwood Walter Vaughan of Elanelly John Vaughan of Coderlis John Vaughan of Place Gwinn William Gwynne of Taliares Thomas Lloyd of Berllandowell Owen Pristock Christopher Midleton Morgan Jones John Powell Theophilus Lloyd Edward Vaughan of Penybanke Richard Bloome Thomas Williams James Jones of Dolethothy William Bevans of Pencoed Roger Manwairing John. Phillipps of Dolehaydd John Morgans Richard Gwynne of Gwenpa Richard Brett Esquires Thomas Lloyd of Alticadno John Williams of Abercothy Walter Jones of Eloydeyforten John Lloyd of the Frood William Brickstocke of Lechtunny Arthur Gwynn of Pyode Charles Phillips of Lletigaryad John Evans of Treventy Gentlemen Thomas Gwynne of Cynghordu Francis Price of Llanedy Gentlemen.

For the Towne of Carmarthen.

The Maior for the time being John Lord Vaughan Altham Vaughan Walter Vaughan John Vaughan of Coderlis John Vaughan of Place Gwynne Jonathan' Ockley Esquires John Lloyd Towne Clerke Thomas Jones Daukin Goffe Richard Thomas John Scurlock Thomas Bynon John Ockley Robert Lewis William Brickstoke John Williams Richard Lee Aldermen Henry Vaughan Gent..

For the County of Carnarvarn.

Richard Wynne Esq[uer] High Sheriffe of the said County Robert Lord Viscount Bulkley of the Kingdome of Ireland Robert Roberts Thomas Bulkley Esquires Sir John Wynne Sir Roger Mostin Sir Robert Williams Baronets Thomas Mostyn Nicholas Bagenall William Griffith William Owen Lewis Anwill Griffith Vaughan Robert Wynne Thomas Vaughan John Wynne of Melay Robert Coytmore Griffith Wynne Hugh Williams William Bulkley Griffith Bodurda John [Wynn (fn. 53) ] Berthaur Thomas Madrin John Wynne Tygwin Richard Anwill John Glynne Richard Griffith Robert Hookes Owen Wynne Richard Kiffin William Pritherch Lewis Mericke Robert Wynne Keselgoferch William Wynne Llanunda Holland Williams Hugh Bodurda William Spicer William Thomas Thomas Wynne William Glynne Randall Wynne Esquires William Arthur Hugh Lewis Owen Parry Richard Edwards Evan Lloyd John Owen of Varchell Hugh Owen Gentlemen William Wynne of Glanravon Esq[uer]

For the County of Denbigh.

John Langford Esq[uer] High Sheriffe Sir John Winne Knight and Baronet Sir John Salisbury Sir Walter Baggott Sir Thomas Powell Sir Evan Lloyd Sir Thomas Midleton Baronets Sir Roger Mostin Knight and Baronet Sir William Neale Baronet Sir Thomas Jones one of His Majestyes Justices of the Kings Bench Sir Robert Agborough Sir John Trevor and Sir Kenricke Eyton Knights William Owen Thomas Powell Thomas Cartar William Salisbury John Wynne John Trevor of Trevalin Edward Thelwall of Plas y Ward Edward Vaughan of Lloydiarth John Robinson Mutton Davies Edward Brereton Cadwallader Wynne John Thelwall Eubule Thellwall William Williams Thomas Vaughan John Jeffreys John Edisbury Robert Wynne of Berthee William Price David Maurice of Penn y Bont Edward Maurice of Lloran Richard Midleton of Chirke Charles Midleton Francis Manley Owen Wynne William Parry Bevis Lloyd Owen Thelwall Mathew Price Robert Price of Geeler Joshua Edisbury William Lloyd of Halton John Midleton Richard Midleton of Llanselin Charles Goodman [Charles (fn. 54) ] Lloyd of Llanynus Richard Lloyd of Segroit Roger Mostin of Brimbo Hugh Roberts John Dolbin John Maesmore Pierce Foulkes of Meriedog John Price of Vanoll Hugh Merideth John Lloyd of Bodidrist John Lloyd of Gwreck Hedd Lloyd Thomas Holland William Vaughan of Bronhilog William Jones Peter Foulkes of Erriviat Ellis Lloyd of Plas Eignion John Chambers Richard Parry Thomas Rosindole Ellis Lloyd of Ruabon Edward Lloyd of Plas Madocke and Jesper Pecke Esquires Robert Wynne of Garthewinne Howell Lloyd Eubule Lloyd Robert Turbridge Thomas Lloyd of Wrexam Meredith Wynne Edward Williams Robert Holland Ellis Sutton David Lloyd Craes Owen Henry Vaughan of Glynne John Lloyd of Rossa John Griffith John Edwards of Stansti Thomas Griffith Owen Lloyd of Wickwer John Lloyd of Brin Keyar David Lloyd of Llangollen Vawr John Madocks John Ashpoole Edward Chambers David Williams Edward of Holt Parke Robert Cawley William Mores The two Aldermen and two Bayliffes of Denbigh for the time being Edward Davies Robert Roberts Foulke Davies Thomas Roberts Robert Edwards of Plas Yolyn Edward Lloyd of Dwyvaen Robert Wynne of Llangwyn David Lloyd of Kum and Roderick Lewis Gentlemen The Maior of the Towne of Holt for the time being.

For the County of Flint

John Royden Esq[uer] High Sheriffe of the County Sir Thomas Hanmer Sir John Salisbury Sir Thomas Grosvenor Sir Evan Lloyd Sir Roger Mostyn Sir William Glynne Baronets Sir John Hanmer Sir John Trevor Sir Kenricke Eyton Sir Richard Lang-ley Knights Thomas Ravenscroft Thomas Hanmer of Fens John Trevor Mutton Davies Thomas Mostyne Tho: Lloyd Robert Whitley Roger Whitley Thomas Carter Edward Ravenscroft John Salisbury senior Thomas Evans William Williams Ralph Whitley John Broughton Thomas Eaton Thomas Griffith Edward Morgan William Griffith Thomas Pindar Pierce Pennante Kenricke Eyton Owen Wynne William Hanmer William Mostyne John Price Ellis Younge Thomas Humphres John Salisbury junior John Parry Thomas Whitley Charles Jones William Lloyd Luke Lloyd senior Edward Lloyd Thomas Whitley Thomas Crachley Owen Barton Edward Evatt Jesper Pecke Esquires John Lloyd of Knollton John Lloyd of Wellington Luke Lloyd junior Edward Lloyd Edward Wynne Thomas Edwards John Whitley Josiah Jones William Phillips Thomas Price Thomas Hanmer Walter Clapton John Salisbury of Erbistocke William Rutter Roger Jones of Abinbury.

For the County of Glamorgan.

Charles Lord Herbert of Ragland sonne and heire apparent to the Marquesse of Worcester Robert Lord Lisle sonne and heire apparent to the Earle of Leicester Thomas Streete Owen Wynne Esquires His Majestyes Justices of the Great Sessions Sir Edward Mansell Sir Edward Stradling Sir Robert Thomas Sir Charles Kennish Baronets Sir. John Awbrey Baronet Sir Leoline Jenkins Sir Herbert Evans Sir John Jones Knights William Morgan Edmond Thomas Bussey Mansell Richard Lewis David Jenkins Sergeant Seys Humphrey Windham William Herbert Martin Button Thomas Stradling John Carne Thomas Mansell Button Ferrey Phillip Hobby Thomas Carne John Windham Richard Bassett John Awbrey Edward Mathews of Aberamant Thomas Bassett of Llanvithan William Thomas of Ruperra Marmaduke Gibbs Walter Evans William Thomas of Llanbradocke Francis Gwynn Thomas Lewis Richard Sayes Richard Laugher Esquires William Thomas of Danny Gragge George Bowen Jeremy Dawkins John Van David Mathew Esq[uer] Edward Mathews of Llandaffe Edmond Gammage Esquire James Gwyn Thomas Mansell James Turbervill John Lluellin Corr William Lewis of Criga William Edwards of Stenbridge Thomas Laugher of Cornely Miles Button Edward Thomas Lewis Thomas Edward Mansell of Hentlas George Williams David Evans Rowland [Dowkins (fn. 55) ] Richard Jenkins of Panty Nowell William Awbrey of Pencoedd Edward Turbervill George Lucas Roger Powell of Enar Glynn Robert Bidder Iltid Nicholl Miles Button of Miskin William Says Thomas Williams John Greene Bayliffes of Cardiffe.

For the County of Merioneth.

Griffith Vaughan Esq[uer] High Sheriffe of the County Sir John Wynne Knight and Baronet Sir Thomas Midleton William Salisbury William Owen William Price Edward Vaughan Owen Wynne of Glynne John Lloyd of Maesy Pandy Lewis Anwill Ellis Edwards Richard Anwill William Pugh Lewis Owen William Williams of Glascoed Vincent Corbet William Vaughan of Caethley John Vaughan of Caergas John Lloyd junior Humphrey Hughes Owen Anwill Richard Anwill John of Comin Nathaniell Jones John Lloyd of Rhiwedog Richard Mostin John Naney of Llanvendegedd Hugh Tudor John Maesmore Edmond Meiricke Esquires Owen Eyton John Price Oliver Thomas William Vaughan of Caergas Anthony Thomas Evan Evans William Williams Captaine William Humphreys William Humphreys of Maerdy Griffith Vaughan of Dolymelinllin Robert Price Yskernetha Rowland Ellis Edward Wynne Gentlemen The Maior of Bala for the time being Evan Lloyd Rhiwgrch Gentleman.

For the County of Montgomery.

Henry Herbert Andrew Newport Esquires Sir Richard Corbett Sir John Price Baronet Sir John Whitterong Sir Francis Lawley Sir Charles Lloyd Sir Thomas Jones Sir Richard Mason Henry Herbert [Richard Owen (fn. 56) ] of Rhusacson Edward Vaughan of Lloydiarth Edward Vaughan of Gwernygo William Pugh of Mathaverne Robert Leighton Edward Lloyd of Berth-Lloyd William Okeley George Devereux Richard Mostyne of Dolicostin Edmund Wareing Mathew Price of Parke Francis Buller junior David Maurice Vice Comes Thomas Corbett Thomas Winde Arthur Weaver William Williams Mathew Morgan Esquires Edmond Lloyd of Tevenant David Powell Richard Stedman Rowland Hunt John Mathewes Esquires Richard Mitton William Eyton Robert Lee John Wynne of Dolarthen Charles Herbert of Aston Esq[uer] John Whittingham John Kiffin Esquire Edward Lloyd of Mathravall Captaine Richard Griffiths of Sutton John Lloyd of Llanavon John Williams Edward Price of Glanmahely Edward Barrett Richard Herbert of Kerrey Evan Glynn Esquires Thomas Mason John Okely Edward Whittingham Thomas Hudson Edward Evans of Rhidicarrow Vincent Pierce Evan Vaughan Evan Evans of Coome Yr Annell James Penrhyn Hugh Davies of Colfrin Edward Herbert John Bright of Millington Meredith Lloyd of Brynellen Richardus Lloyd of Cowny John Bunner Henry Griffiths of Benthall Morgan Evans Robert Owen of Woodhouse Richard Ingram of Llainedles William Penrhin Arthur Vaughan John Edwards of Llanvaire William Biggs Edward Price Richard Owen junior of Rhusacson John Edwards of Rerington William Mathews of Gwerndee Evan Jones of Little Hem John Reade of Penrithlan Thomas Lloyd of Trouscott John Griffiths of Llanavron Humphres Jones of Poole Edmond Jones of Llanvellen William Pierce of Crew Henry Blayney Edward Lloyd of Llandrinio Thomas Maurice Nathaniell Kynaston Daniell Whittingham Nicholas Wareing George Robinson Humphrey Jones David Price Thomas Davies Griffith Robinson Charles Jones of Leighton Roger Jones John Vaughon of Mivod Humphrey Lloyd of Goetree Roger Trevor Gent. Andrew Newport Morris Lloyd of Hemblasse Richard Glynne of Gwystrid.

For the County of Pembrooke.

Sir Erasmus Phillips Sir John Stepneth Sir Hugh Owen Sir John Barlowe Baronets Sir Herbert Perrott Knight David Maurice High Sheriffe Arthur Owen senior Essex Meyricke Lewis Barlow Rowland Langharne Hugh Bowin Arthur Owen junior Hect Phillips Lewis Wogan of Bowlston William Owen (fn. 57) Griffith Dawes Walter Midleton William Phillipps William Wogun William Mordaunt William Scourfield Lewis Wogun of Wiston John Owen of Trefoone John Cannon David Williams Thomas Howard John Elliot Arthur Langharne Thomas Lort Thomas Lloyd Nathaniell Powell Richard Phillips John Thomas Thomas Bowen John Williams James Lloyd William Owen of Cameogg David Morgan Nicholas Adams Hugh Langharne John Barlowe John Mathias George Bowen Lewis John William Warren William Meare Esquires Thomas Cosens William Forde Richard Cuney Thomas Symins Morgan Vaughan Thomas Jones William Bowen of Williamston Jenkin Jones John Jordon John Meiricke Captaine William Williams Barrett Bowen John Lewis Thomas Jones William Lloyd of Trewent Gentlemen William Skirme John Bell The Maior of Pembrooke for the time being George Powell Francis Rogers Aldermen The Maior of Tenby for the time being Henry Jones Devereux Homond Aldermen.

For the County of Radnor.

Sir Edward Harley Sir Thomas Williams Baronet Samuell Powell junior Edward Davis John Davies Esquires William Lloyd Gent. Robert Sawyer John Morgan Richard Fowler John Walcott Rowland Gwynne Richard Williams Thomas Corbett Thomas Harley Samuell Powell Thomas Lewis of Haepton Griffith Jones Henry Probert Henry Bull Edward Freeman Robert Cutler High Sheriffe of the County of Radnor for the time being Thomas Lewis of Monaughtee Richard Crowther Thomas Hughes Thomas Vaughan Edward Price John, Fowler Marmaduke Gwynne Nicholas Meredeth James Lloyd John Valsam Esquires Herbert Weston John James Nicholas Taylor Thomas, Lewis junior Hugh Powell Esquires James Becke Serjeant at Armes Jonas Stephens William Taylor Francis Richards Gabriell Taylor Evan Vaughan Gent. Griffith Jones junior John Lewis of Gladestrie Lloyd Weston Thomas Williams Thomas Griffith.

For the Towne and County of Haverford West.

The Maior for the time being, The Sheriffe for the time being Sir Erasmus Phillipps Sir John Stepnethe Sir Hugh Owen Baronets Sir [Federicke (fn. 57) ] Hyde Sir Herbert Perrott Knights William Phillipps John Barlowe John Thomas Esquires William Williams Thomas Cousins Gentlemen Lewis Barron Balthasar Wolford John Williams Roger Davies John Lloyd William Browne John Bateman Robert Pruste Thomas Bowen Aldermen Richard Jones William Bowin Gentlemen.

III. Meetings of Commissioners to execute Act 10th May next; may divide themselves

And bee it further encted and declared That the severall Commissioners aforesaid shall meete together at the most usuall and common place of Meeting within each of the said Countyes Cittyes Burroughes Townes and Places respectively on or before the Tenth day of May now next comeing and the said Commissioners or soe many of them as shall be present at the [said (fn. 58) ] first generall Meeting or the major part of them are hereby authorized and required to putt this present Act in Execution according to the best of their judgements and discretions and shall then if they see cause subdivide and distribute themselves into lesser numbers as Two or more of the said Commissioners may be appointed for the Service of each Hundred or other Division and as may best conduce to the carrying on of his Majestyes Service hereby required.

IV. to set down in Writing what Number shall act in each Division.

And for the more effectuall performance thereof bee it encted and declared That the Commissioners at their aforesaid first generall meeting or the major part of them shall agree and sett downe in writeing who and what number of the said Commissioners shall act in each of the said Divisions or Hundreds and shall deliver a true Copy of such writeing to the Receiver Generall to the end that there be noe failer in any part of the due execution of the service by this Act required

V. Receiver General to give to Commissioners Receipts for Payments made to them.

And bee it further enacted by the authority aforesaid That every Receiver Generall from time to time within the space of one moneth next after he shall have received the full summe that shall be charged upon any Hundred or Division for each perticular payment that is to be made to such Receiver Generall by vertue of this Act shall give to the Commissioners that shall act in such Hundred or Division a Receipt under his hand and seale acknowledging his Receipt of the full summe charged upon such Hundred or Division for such perticular payment which Receipt shall be a full discharge of such Hundred or Division for such perticular payment both against his Majestie his Heires and Successors.

VI. Commissioners to cause Assessment to be equally made, and to appoint Assessors,; who are to assess by a Pound Rate.

And bee it further enacted and declared by the authority aforesaid That the Commissioners within the severall Divisions or Hundreds or any Two or more of them are hereby authorized and required to cause the said severall proportions charged on the respective Divisions and on every Parish and Place therein for the said seaventeene moneths Assesment to be equally assessed and taxed and to appoint Two or more Assessors in each Parish or Place for the perfecting thereof who are hereby required with all care and diligence to assesse the same equally by a Pound Rate upon all Lands Tenements Hereditaments Annuities Rents Parks Warrens Goods Chattells Stock Merchandices Offices (other then Military Offices and Offices relateing to the Navy under the Command of the Lord High Admirall and Offices within his Majestyes Household) Tolls Proffitts and all other Estates both reall and personall within the Limitts Circuits and Bounds of their respective Parishes and Places.

VII.£103,231.8s. 7½d. the First Payment, to be paid to Receiver General; on or before 24th June 1677; Second Payment, 29th Sept. 1677;

Third Payment, 25th Dec. 1677; Fourth Payment, 25th March 1678; Fifth Payment, 24th June 1678; Last Payment, 24th August 1678; Assessors to deliver Copy of Assesment to Commissioners who are to sign and seal Two Duplicates, and deliver one to Collector, whom they are to appoint, together with a Warrant to collect the Assessments.; Monies to be paid to Receiver General, and by him into the Exchequer.

And bee it further enacted by the authority aforesaid That the summe of One hundred and three thousand two hundred thirty one pounds eight shillings seaven pence halfe penny being the first of the said Five quarterly and two moneths payment hereby imposed shall be assessed collected leavyed and paid unto the Receiver Generall of the said severall Countyes who shall be appointed by his Majestie on or before the Fower and twentieth day of June in the yeare of our Lord One thousand six hundred seaventy and seaven And the summe of One hundred and three thousand two hundred thirty one pounds eight shillings seaven pence halfe penny being the second of the said Five quarterly and two moneths payments on or before the twenty nineth day of September in the yeare of our Lord One thousand six hundred seaventy and seaven, And the summe of One hundred and three thousand two hundred thirty one pounds eight shillings seaven pence halfe penny being the Third of the said Five quarterly and two moneths payments on or before the Twenty fifth day of December in the yeare of our Lord One thousand six hundred seaventy and seaven, And the summe of One hundred and three thousand two hundred thirty one pounds eight shillings seaven pence halfe penny being the Fourth of the said Five quarterly and Two moneths Payments on or before the Twenty fifth day of March in the yeare of our Lord One thousand six hundred seaventy and eight, And the summe of One hundred and three thousand two hundred thirty one pounds eight shillings seaven pence halfe penny being the Fifth of the said Five quarterly and two moneths payments on or before the Twenty fourth day of June in the yeare of our Lord One thousand six hundred seaventy and eight And the summe of Sixty eight thousand eight hundred and twenty pounds nineteene shillings one penny being the said Two moneths payment and the last of the respective payments above mentioned on or before the Twenty fourth day of August in the said yeare of our Lord One thousand six hundred seaventy and eight. And for the compleating of the whole summe charged upon the same and to the end the aforesaid summes charged upon the severall and respective Countyes Cittyes Burroughes Townes and Places may be equally and indifferently assessed according to the true intent of this Act and the money duely collected and true Accompt thereof made the said Assessors are hereby required to deliver one Copy of their respective Assesments fairely written and subscribed by them unto the said Commissioners and the said Commissioners or any two ( (fn. 59) ) of them are hereby ordered and required to signe and seale Two Duplicates of the said Assesments and the one of them to deliver or cause to be delivered to one or more honest and responsible person or persons to be Collector or Collectors which the said Commissioners are hereby authorized to nominate and appointe for each Parish or Place with Warrant to the said Collector or Collectors to collect the said Assesment payable as aforesaid soe as the said severall summes may be paid in to the said Receivers Generall at the respective times aforesaid. And the said Commissioners are hereby required to deliver or cause to be delivered a Schedule or Note containing the perticular summes assessed upon each Parish or Place to the Receiver Generall of each County Citty Burrough Towne or Place respectively to be by him the said Receiver Generall transmitted into the Kings Remembrancers Office in the Exchequer which the said Receiver Generall is required to performe accordingly.

VIII. Collectors to pay Money received by them to Receiver General.

Receipt of Receiver General a Discharge.

And bee it further enacted and declared by the authority aforesaid That the money received by the said Collectors within the respective Divisions or Hundreds shall from time to time be duely paid to the Receiver Generall or to his Deputy or Deputyes to be appointed under his Hand and Seale whereof Notice under the Hand and Seale of the Receiver Generall shall be given unto the Commissioners or any two of them within the respective Divisions or Hundreds within Ten dayes after the first generall meeting and soe from time to time within Ten dayes after every death or removeall of any Deputy if any such shall happen, and the Receipt of such Receiver Generall his Deputy or Deputyes or any of them shall be a sufficient discharge unto every such Collector.

IX. Particular Collectors to pay in Money received by them to Receiver General.

Not obliged to travel more than Ten Miles to pay Money; Salary to Receiver General 2d. in the Pound.

And bee it further enacted and declared That the particular Collectors are hereby required to pay in all and every the summes soe received by them unto the said Receivers Generall aforesaid or their Deputy or Deputyes for Payment whereof the said Collectors shall not be obliged to travell above Ten miles from the places of their habitations, which said Receivers Generall are hereby required forthwith to transmitt or cause to be paid the moneyes by them received into the Receipt of his Majestyes Exchequer, And the said Lord Treasurer is hereby authorized to allow the said Receiver Generall of each County Citty and Towne respectively in case he hath returned up as aforesaid a Duplicate of the Assesment of each Parish or Place in the County Citty or Towne for which he is appointed Receiver Generall a Salary for his paines not exceeding Two pence in the pound upon the clearing [of (fn. 60) ] his Accompt, which Duplicate soe to be returned into the Kings Remembrancers Office in the Exchequer is intended to containe noe more then the summes in grosse to be collected by each Collector and the severall Names of the said Collectors.

X. Collectors to receive 4d. in the Pound.

Commissioners Clerks 1d. in the Pound.

And it is hereby further enacted and declared That the Collectors of each Parish or Place which shall be appointed by vertue of this Act shall upon collection of the whole summe appointed to be collected by them and payment thereof as is hereby before appointed have and receive for their paines in collecting and paying the moneys Fower pence in the Pound which the said Collectors are impowered to detaine out of the last payment of the money of their severall and respective Five quarterly and Two monethes payments, and the said Receiver Generall upon the Receipt of the whole Assesment of the County Citty or Towne for which he is appointed Receiver Generall in case he hath received the severall Duplicates of each Parish or Place therein and not otherwise shall allow and pay according to such Warrant as shall be in that behalfe given by the said Commissioners or any Three of them One Penny in the Pound for the Commissioners Clerks for their paines in faire Writeing the Assesments Duplicates and Copyes.

XI. Persons rated refusing to pay, Distress.

Collectors may break open Houses, Chests, &c. in the Day-time, calling to their Assistance Constables, &c.; Questions upon Distresses to be determined by Commissioners; Refusing to pay, or conveying Goods, &c. away.; Imprisonment, (except Peers); Tenants to pay Rate on Houses or Land, and dedus out of Rent.; Landlords to allow such Deductions.

And bee it further enacted and declared That if any person shall refuse or neglect to pay any summe of money whereat he shall be rated and assessed that then it shall and may be lawfull to and for the said Collectors or any of them who are hereby authorized and required thereunto to leavy the summe assessed by Distresse and Sale of the Goods of such person soe refuseing or neglecting to pay deducting the summe assessed and reasonable charges of destraining and restoreing the Overplus to the Owner thereof and to breake open in the day time any House and upon Warrant under the Hands and Seales of Two or more of the said Commissioners any Chest Trunke Box or other things where any such Goods are and to call to their Assistance the Constables Tythingmen and Headburroughes within the Countyes Cittyes Townes and Places where any refusall neglect or resistance shall be made which said Officers are hereby required to be aiding and assisting in the Premisses as they will answere the contrary at their perrills. And if any question or difference happen upon takeing of such Distresses upon the partyes distressed or destrained the same shall be ended and determined by the said Commissioners or any Two or more of them, And if any person or persons shall neglect or refuse to pay his or their Assesment or convey his or their Goods or other personall Estate whereby the summes of money soe assessed cannot be leavyed according to this Act then the respective Commissioners or any Two or more of them are hereby authorized to imprison the person (except a Peere or Peers of this Realme) and him and them in Prison to detaine and keepe untill the moneyes soe assessed and the charges for the bringing in the same be paid and satisfyed and noe longer. and the severall and respective Tennant or Tennants of all Houses and Lands which shall be rated by vertue of this Act are hereby required and authorized to pay such summe or summes of money as shall be rated upon such Houses or Lands and to deduct out of the Rent soe much of the said rates as in respect of the said Rents of every such House and Lands the Landlord should or ought to pay and beare, And the said Landlords both mediate and immediate according to their respective Interests are hereby required to allow such deductions, and payments upon the receipt of the residue of their Rents.

XII. Tenant so paying acquitted for Amount of Payment.

Commissioners may settle Differences between Landlords and Tenants.; Persons aggrieved by Assessment may complain to Commissioners, who may relieve.

And it is enacted and declared That every Tenant paying the said Assesment shall be acquitted and discharged for soe much money as the said Assesments shall amount unto as if the same had beene actually paid unto such person or persons unto whome his Rents should have beene due and payable. And if any differences shall arise betweene Landlord and Tenant or any other concerning the said Rates, the said severall Commissioners or any two or more of them in their severall Divisions shall and have hereby power to setle the same as they shall thinke fitt, and if any person or persons shall finde him or themselves agrieved in that the Assessors have overrated him or them and shall in six dayes after demand made of the summe of money assessed on him or their complaine to two or more Commissioners whereof one of the Co[m]miss[ion]ers who signed or allowed his or their Assesments to be one, the said Commissioners or any two or more of them shall have and have hereby power within Twelve dayes after the demand of the Assesment as aforesaid to relieve such person or persons and to charge the same on such other person or persons as they shall see cause.

XIII. If Assessment be not fully paid, or laid on Persons unable, or on empty Houses, &c.

Commissioners, &c. may re-assess; and the new Assessment to be paid accordingly.

And in case the proportions sett by this Act `` upon all and every the respective Countyes Cittyes Townes and Places shall not be fully assessed leavyed and paid according to the true meaning hereof or that if any of the said Assesments shall be rated and imposed upon any person not being of ability to pay the same or upon any empty or void House or Land where the same cannot be collected or leavyed or that through any wilfulnes negligence mistake or accident the said Assesment charged on each County Citty Towne or Place by vertue of this Act happens not to be paid to the Receiver Generall his Deputy or Deputyes of the respective Countyes as in this Act is directed, That then in all and every such cases the severall and respective Co[m]miss[ion]ers Assessors and Collectors aforesaid and every of them respectively are hereby authorized and required to assesse or reassesse or cause to bee assessed or reassessed leavyed and paid all and every such summe and summes of money upon the respective Countyes Cittyes Townes and Places or upon any the Divisions Hundreds and Parishes therein as to the said Commissioners or such number of them as by this Act are authorized to cause the first Assesment hereby required to be made shall seeme most agreable to Equity and Justice, the said new Assesment to be made collected and paid in such manner and by such meanes as in this Act for this Assesment is declared and directed.

XIV. Persons refusing to execute Act Commissioners may fine them, not exceeding £ 20. for One Offence.

Fines how to be paid.

And bee it further enacted and declared by the Authority aforesaid That if any person or persons shall wilfully neglect or refuse to performe his or their duty in the due and speedy execution of this present Act, the said respective Commissioners or any three or more of them have hereby power to impose on such person or persons soe refuseing or neglecting their Dutyes such Fine or Fines as by them shall be thought fitt and to cause the same to be leavyed by Distresse and Sale of his and their Goods. Provided that noe Fine to be imposed by any of the said Commissioners shall for any one Offence exceede the summe of Twenty pounds, and that all Fines that shall be imposed by vertue of this Act shall be paid to the respective Receivers Generall and by them to the Receipt of His Majestyes Exchequer.

XV. Collectors not paying, or detaining Monies received by them, Commissioners may imprison them and seize their Estates Real and Personal;

and thereupon call a Meeting by Public Notice, and thereat may proceed to Bell Estates and satisfy thereout the Monics so detained, &c.

And it is further enacted and declared That if any Collector that shall by vertue of this Act be appointed for the Receipt of any summe or summes of money thereby to be assessed neglect or refuse to pay any summe or summes of money which shall by him be received as aforesaid, and to pay the same as in and by this Act is directed and shall detaine in his or their hands any money received by them or any of them and not pay the same as by this Act is directed, the Commissioners of each County Citty or Towne respectively or any Two or more of them in their respective Divisions are hereby authorized and impowered to imprison the person and seize and secure the estate both reall and personall of such Collector to him belonging or which shall descend or come into the hands or possession of his Heires Executors or Administrators wherever the same can be discovered and found, and the said Commissioners who shall soe seize and secure the Estate of any Collector or Collectors shall be and are hereby impowered to appoint a time for the generall meeting of the Commissioners for such County Citty Towne or Place and there to cause publique notice to be given at the place where such meeting shall bee appointed Ten dayes at least before such generall meeting, and the Commissioners present at such generall meeting or the major part of them in case the moneyes detained by any Collector or Collectors be not paid or satisfyed as it ought to be according to the directions of this Act shall and are hereby impowered and required to sell and dispose of all such Estates which shall be for the cause aforesaid seized and secured or any part of them and satisfie and pay such County and Place the summe that shall be soe detained in the hands of such Collector or Collectors their Heires Executors and Administrators respectively.

XVI. At the Expiration of times for the said Payments Commissioners to; call Collectors before them, and assure themselves of Payments of Monies charged.;

In case of Failure Commissioners to levy the same.

And it is hereby further enacted and declared That at the expiration of the respective times in this Act prescribed for the full payment of the said Five quarterly and two moneths Assesments the severall and respective Commissioners or any two of them within their Division and Hundred shall and are hereby required to call before them the Collectors within each respective. Division and Hundred to examine and assure themselves of the full and whole payment of the particular summe and summes of money charged upon the same Division Hundred and every. Parish and Place therein and of the due returne of the same into the hands of the Receivers Generall their Deputy or Deputyes of the said County Citty Towne and Place respectively and by such Receiver Generall into the Receipt of His Majestyes Exchequer to the end there may be noe failer in the payment of any part of the Assesment by vertue of this Act to be assessed and paid nor any Arreares remaine chargeable upon any the said Countyes Cittyes Townes or Places respectively and in case of any failer in the premisses the said Commissioners or any Two of them are hereby to cause the same to be forthwith leavyed and paid according to the true intent and meaning of this Act.

XVII. If Controversies arise in which Commissioners interested, such Commissioners to withdraw.

And it is hereby enacted and declared That in case any Controversie arise concerning the said Assesment or the dividing apportioning or payment thereof which concerns any the Commissioners by this Act appointed that the Commissioners soe concerned in the said Controversie shall have noe voice but shall withdraw at the time of the debate of any such controversie untill it be determined by the rest of the Commissioners.

XVIII. Privileged Places, Fee Farm Rents, &c. liable.

Proviso for Tenants thereof paying.

And bee it hereby enacted and declared That noe priviledged place or person Body Pollitique or Corporate within the Countyes Cittyes and Townes aforesaid shall be exempted from the said Assesments and Taxes and that they and every of them and alsoe all Fee farme Rents and all other manner of Rents Payments Summes of money Annuities issueing out of any Lands within Citty or County shall be lyable towards the payment of every summe by this Act to be taxed and leavyed and all the Tenants of every Fee farme Rent, other Rent Summes of money or Annuities aforesaid are hereby directed and authorized to pay them proportionably according to the Rates and Assesments by this Act appointed and directed, and all such Tenants shall be hereby saved and kept harmlesse by authority of this Act from any further payment of such portion of any such Rent, Rents Summes or Annuities either to the Exchequer or to any other person or persons to whome any such Rent, Rents Summes of moneyes or Annuities as aforesaid should or ought to be paid to all intents and purposes whatsoever as fully and amply as if they had paid the same into the Exchequer or to any person or persons to whom the same is reserved or become due.

XIX. Proviso for the Universities and the Colleges of Winchester, Eton, Westminster, Free Schools ; Hospitals of Saint Bartholomew, Bridewell, Saint Thomas, and Bethlehem, &c.

But Tenants under Lease from said Hospitals to pay.

Provided That nothing contained in this Act be extended to charge any Colledge or Hall in either of the two Universityes or of the Colledges of Windsor Eaton Winton or Westminster or any Hospitall for or in respect of the Scites of the said Colledges Halls or Hospitalls nor any Master Fellow or Scholler of any such Colledge or Hall or in any other Free Schooles or any Reader Officer or Minister of the said Universityes Colledges or Schooles or of any Hospitalls or Almeshouses for or in respect of any Stipend Wages or Proffitts whatsoever ariseing or growing due to them in respect of the said severall places and imployments in the said Universityes Colledges Schooles Hospitalls or Almeshouses nor to charge any of the Houses or Lands belonging to Christs Hospitall Saint. Bartholimews Bridewell Saint Thomas and Bethlehem Hospitall in the Citty of London and Burrough of Southwarke or any of them for or in respect of any Rents or Revenews payable to the said Hospitalls being to be received, and disbursed for the immediate use and reliefe of the Poore in the said Hospitalls. Provided That noe Tenants that hold and enjoy any Lands or Houses by Lease or other Grant from any of the said Hospitalls doe claime and enjoy any freedome exemption or advantage by this Act but that all the Houses and Lands which they soe hold shall be rated and assessed for soe much as they are yearely worth over and above the Rents reserved and payable to the said Hospitalls.

XX. Person dwelling in London in one Parish, &c. and having Goods in other Parishes, &c. to be charged where he dwells.

Provided alsoe That where any person inhabiting within the Citty of London hath his Dweling house in one of the Parishes or Wards therein and hath any Goods Wares or Merchandices in one or more of the other Parishes or Wards within the same that then such person shall be charged taxed and assessed for such his Goods or Merchandices in the Parish or Ward where he dwelleth and not elsewhere within the said Citty.

XXI. No Clause in this Act to lessen Payment.

Provided neverthelesse That noe Clause or Provisoe in this Act shall extend to the lessening or abatement of the full summe by this Act appointed to be taxed, leavyed collected and paid but that the same be fully assessed taxed leavyed collected and paid in the severall and respective Countyes Cittyes and Townes aforesaid in such manner and forme and to such uses as herein before is mentioned and declared.

XXII. If Pound Rate be found prejudicial Commissioners may assess in the manner usual in respective Counties, &c.

Provided alwayes and bee it hereby enacted and declared That in case the way or manner of assessing by a Pound Rate shall prove any wayes prejudiciall or obstructive to the said speedy bringing in of the Assesment or any part thereof appointed by this Act that then and in all such cases the respective Commissioners or any two of them are hereby authorized to order and direct their respective Assessors who are hereby required to proceede accordingly to assesse the respective summes charged on the respective Countyes Cittyes and Burroughes Townes and places mentioned in this Act according to the most just and usuall rates held and practised in such Countyes Cittyes Burroughes Townes and places respectively Any thing in this Act to the contrary thereof contained in any wise notwithstanding.

XXIII. Proviso for Agreements as to Taxes between Landlord and Tenant.

Provided alwayes That nothing in this Act contained shall be construed to alter change determine or make void any Contracts Covenants or Agreements whatsoever betweene the Landlord and Tenant touching the payment, of Taxes and Assesments Any thing herein before mentioned to the contrary notwithstanding.

XXIV. Places to be assessed in such Hundreds, &c. as heretofore.

Provided alwayes and bee it further enacted and declared by the authority aforesaid That for the avoiding of all obstructions and delayes in collecting the summes by this Act to be rated and assessed all Places Constablewicks Divisions and Allotments which have used to be rated and assessed shall pay and be assesed in such County Hundred Rape and Wapentake as the same have heretofore beene usually assessed in and not elsewhere.

XXXV. In Actions brought for executing Act, General Issue may be pleaded.

Treble Costs.

And bee it further enacted by the authority aforesaid That if any Action, Plaint Suite or Information shall be commenced or prosecuted against any person or persons for what he or they shall doe in pursuance or in execution of this Act such person or persons soe sued in any Court whatsoever shall and may plead the Generall Issue (Not Guilty) and upon any Issue joyned may give this Act and the speciall matter in evidence and if the Plaintiffe or Prosecutor shall become nonsuite or forbeare further Prosecution or suffer a Discontinuance or if a Verdict passe against him the Defendants shall recover their Treble Costs for which they shall have the like remedy as in any case where Costs by the Law are given to Defendants.

XXVI. Proviso in respect of a Decree in Chancery as to Lands in Sheriff Hales, in the County of Salop, &c.

Provided alwayes That nothing in this Act shall extend or be construed to invalidate a Decree lately made in the High Court of Chauncery for the quieting of Suites betweene the Countyes of Salop and Stafford and for the setleing all future Payments to be imposed on certaine Lands in Sheriffe Hales with the County of Salop and for exempting the said Lands from paying hereafter with the County of Stafford but that the said Decree shall remaine in such (and noe other) force as it did before the makeing this Act Any thing herein to the contrary notwithstanding.

XXVII. Receivers General to give Acquittances to Collectors without Fee.

Such Acquittances to be a full Discharge to Collectors, and also to Place, &c. charged.

Provided alwayes and bee it enacted by the authoritie aforesaid That the severall Receivers Generall which shall be appointed according to this Act their Deputy or Deputyes shall from time to time at every payment appointed thereby give unto the severall Collectors within their respective Precincts upon the payment of the whole summe due at such times of payment from their respective Parishes Constablewicks or places within each of their Collections severall Acquittances under their Hands without takeing any thing for the same, and that in like manner at every time of payment appointed by this Act the Receiver Generall of each County his Deputy or Deputyes shall give unto the several. Collectors aforesaid upon the payment of the whole summe or any part thereof due for their Parish or Place respectively at each time of Payment aforesaid severall Acquittances under their hands and seales without takeing any thing for the same which said Acquittance of the Receiver Generall his Deputy or Deputyes shall be a full and perfect Discharge to the Collectors. And the said Acquittances of the Receiver Generall his Deputy or Deputyes shall be a sufficient Discharge to the Collectors and to such Parish and Place respectively and to every person charged within the said Collectors charge against His Majestie His Heires and Successors for the summe or summes of money soe acquitted.

XXVIII. Remedy for Parish, &c. against Land or Houses void of Distress for which they have paid.

Provided alwayes and bee it further enacted That in case any Lands or Houses in any Parish, Place or Constablewick shall be unoccupyed and noe Distresses can be found on the same by reason whereof the said Parish Place or Constablewicke are forced to pay and make good the Taxe assessed upon such Land lyeing unoccupyed That then it shall and may be lawfull at any time after for the Collectors Constable or Tythingman of the said Parish place or Constablewicke for the time being to enter and destraine upon the said Lands or Houses when there shall be any Distresse thereupon to be found and the Distresse and Distresses being the proper Goods of the Owner or any claiming any Estate interest or proffitt under him if not redeemed within Fower Dayes by payment of the Tax and Charge of the Distresse to sell rendering the Overplus to the Owner or Owners of such Distresse And the said Collector Constable or Tythingman is hereby enjoyned to distribute the money raised by the said Distresse or Sale thereof proportionably to the partyes who contributed to the Tax of the said unoccupyed Lands.

XXIX. When Wood Lands assessed and no Distress, Collectors, Sec. may cut and sell to pay Assessment.

Vendee may cut and sell.

Provided alwayes and bee it enacted That where any Woodlands shall be assessed and noe Distresse can be had That in such case it shall and may be lawfull to and for any Collector Constable Headborough or Tythingman by Warrant under the Hands and Seales of two or more of the Commissioners of that. Hundred or Division at seasonable times of the yeare to cutt and sell to any person or persons soe much of the Wood growing on the Woodlands soe assessed as will pay the Assesment or Assesments to be behinde and unpaid and the Charge incident therunto and that it shall and may be lawfull for the person and persons and his and their Assignes to whome such Woods shall be sold to sell cutt downe dispose and carry away the same to his owne use rendering the overplus (if any be) to the Owner, Any Law to the contrary notwithstanding.

XXX. Where Assessment on Tithes, and other Profits not distrainable, not paid, Collector, &c. may seize and sell.

Provided alwayes and bee it further enacted That where any Tax or Assesment shall be charged or laid upon any Tythes Tolls Proffitts of Marketts Faires or Fishery or other annuall proffitts not distrainable in case the same shall not be paid within Fifteene dayes after such Assesment soe charged or laid and demanded, then it shall and may be lawfull to and for the Collector Constable or other Officer thereunto appointed by Warrant under the hands and seales of any two or more of the Commissioners authorized by this Act to seize take and sell soe much of the said Tythes Tolls and other proffitts soe charged as shall be sufficient for the leavying of the said Taxe and Assesment and all charges occasioned by such non payment thereof rendering the overplus to the owner (if any be)

XXXI. Commissioners for Middlesex and Westminster may; appoint Assessors, who are to ascertain and rate Offices, Townships, &c. chargeable, and to return the same to the Commissioners.

Such Assessors to deliver in their Surveys signed to Commissioners.; Commissioners at General Meeting, on Perusal of Surveys, are to cast up the true Revenue of the County, &c. and to apportion a Pound Rate.

And whereas the County of Midlesex and Citty of Westminster are raised in the monethly Assesments by reason of the new buildings lately erected and that Offices are made chargeable towards the payment of such Assesments, To the end that an equall Rate may be made and imposed upon the severall Divisions Parishes and Hambletts within the said County and Citty Bee it enacted by this present Parlyament and the authority thereof That the; said Commissioners appointed for the said County and Citty of Westminster or any three of them shall (if they shall thinke it fitt) cause two or three of the honest and able Inhabitants in the severall and respective Parishes Towneshipps and places within the said County and Citty to be named and appointed Assessors who (or any two of them) are to ascertaine and rate the yearely vallue and proffitts of all Offices belonging to the Courts at Westminster and other Offices chargeable by this Act towards the payment of the said summe sett upon the said County and Citty and all Towneshipps Parishes and Places for which they are appointed Assessors and to returne the same to [ye (fn. 61) ] said Commissioners or to such person or persons as shall be appointed to receive the same, which said Assessors are to deliver in their severall Surveyes perfected and subscribed by them unto the said Commissioners or unto such person or persons as shall be appointed by them or any three of them to receive the same two or three dayes at least before the second generall meeting of the said Co[m]missioners to the end that the said Co[m]missioners may deliver, in all the severall Surveyes to be made throughout the said County at the said second generall meeting at which said generall meeting the said Commissioners or the major part of them then present shall upon view and perusall of the said severall Surveys cast up the true revenue and yearely proffitts of the whole County Citty and Offices aforesaid to the end that an equall Pound rate may be apportioned upon every Office chargeable by this Act Division Hundred Towneshipp and Parish according to the proportion and summe of money charged upon the said County and Citty by vertue of this present Act which the said Commissioners or the major part of them then and there assembled are by vertue of this Act authorized and appointed to proportion and make accordingly.

XXXII. Proviso for Rights of Peers, Clergy, Universities, &c.

Provided alwayes That nothing herein contained shall be drawne into [Exemple (fn. 62) ] to the prejudice of the auntient Rights belonging to the Lords Spirituall and Temporall or Clergy of this Realme or unto either of the Universityes or unto any Colledges Schooles Almeshouses Hospitalls or Cinque-ports.

XXXIII. Receivers General making unjust Certificate or Return, or setting insuper;

Penalty to the Party.; Penalty to the King.

And for the better preventing of such unjust vexations as might be occasioned by such persons as shall be appointed Receivers Generall of any of the summes of money granted by this Act, And to the intent that the said Receivers Generall may returne a true accompt into His Majestyes Court of Exchequer of such summes of money as shall be received by them and every of them their and every of their Deputy and Deputyes Bee it further enacted by the authority aforesaid That if any [such (fn. 61) ] Receiver Generall shall returne or certifie into the said Court any summe or summes of [money (fn. 63) ] to be in arreare or unpaid after the same have beene received either by such Receiver Generall or by his Deputy or Deputyes or any of them or shall cause any person or persons to be sett insuper in the said Court for any summe or summes of money that hath beene soe received that then every [such (fn. 61) ] Receiver Generall shall forfeite to every person and persons that shall be molested vexed or damaged by reason of such unjust Certificate, returne or setting insuper treble the dammages that shall be thereby occasioned, the said damages to be recovered by Action of Debt Bill Plaint or Information in which noe Essoigne Protection or Wager of Law shall be allowed nor any more then one Imparlance and shall alsoe forfeite to His Majestie His Heires and Successors double the summe that shall be soe unjustly certified or returned or caused to be sett insuper.

XXXIV. The several Payments to be paid to Receiver General, and by him into the Exchequer, within 20 Days after the times herein mentioned.

And bee it further enacted by the authoritie aforesaid That the said Five quarterly and Two moneths payments, of Thirty fower thousand fower hundred and ten pounds nine shillings and six pence halfe penny per mensem amounting in each quarter of the Five quarters to the summe of One hundred and three thousand two hundred thirty one pounds eight shillings and seaven pence halfe peny and of the two remaining moneths to the summe of Sixty eight thousand eight hundred and twenty pounds nineteene shillings and one peny shall be assessed collected leavyed and paid to the Receiver Generall of the severall Countyes that shall be appointed by times mentioned and expressed in this Act and shall be paid by the said Receivers Generall into His Majestyes Receipt of Exchequer within Twenty dayes after the said times mentioned and expressed in this Act.

XXXV. Money to be appropriated to building, rigging, &c. 30 Ships of War.

And bee it further enacted by the authority aforesaid That all moneyes collected leavyed and paid by vertue of this Act except the allowances therein made to the respective Collectors and Receivers Generall and the usuall Fees of the Officers of the Exchequer shall be applyed and appropriated and are hereby appropriated for the building and for the Gunns, Rigging and other Furnishing of Thirty Shipps of Warr whereof one to be of the First Rate and to containe and measure Fowerteene hundred Tunns and not under Nine to be of the Second Rate and to containe and measure each of them Eleaven hundred Tunns and not under and Twenty of them to be of the Third Rate and to containe and measure each of them Nine hundred Tunns and not under and to noe other intent use or purpose whatsoever.

XXXVI. To be completed within Two Years from 24th June next.

And bee it further enacted by the authority aforesaid That the said Thirty Shipps of Warr hereby directed to be built as aforesaid shall bee and are hereby directed to be built and compleated with Gunns Rigging and other Furniture within the space of two yeares to be accompted from the Fower and twentyeth day of June next ensueing,

XXXVII. Collectors of Parishes, &c. keeping Monies collected in their Hands unduly, or unduly paying away the same; Penalty £5.

Receiver General or Deputy unduly paying Monies received under this Act, &c.; Penalty £500.

And for the more effectuall; doeing thereof and that the said moneyes hereby given may be applyed to the uses aforesaid Bee it further enacted and it is enacted by the authority aforesaid That if any Collector of any Parish or place shall keepe in his hands, any part of the money by him collected for any longer time then is by this Act directed (other then the allowance made unto him by this Act) or shall pay any part thereof to any person or persons other then the Receiver Generall of such County or place or his Deputy that every such Collector shall forfeite for every such Offence the summe of Five pounds And in case any Receiver Generall or his Deputy shall pay any part of the moneyes paid to him or them by any Collector by vertue of this Act to any person or persons whatsoever other then the Receipt of His Majestyes Exchequer and that at or within the respective times limitted within this Act or in case such Receiver Generall shall pay any part of the said moneyes by any Warrant of the Lord Treasurer Under Treasurer or either of them or Commissioners of the Treasury for the time being or by any Tally of Pro or Tally of Anticipation or other way or device whatsoever whereby to divert or hinder the actuall payment thereof into the Receipt of the Exchequer as aforesaid that such Receiver Generall shall for every such Offence of himselfe or his Deputy forfeite the summe of Five hundred pounds to him or them that shall sue for the same in any Court of Record by Bill Plaint or other Information wherein noe Essoigne Protection or Wager in Law is to be allowed.

XXXVIII. No Warrant for Payment of Monies to be directed to any Person other than into Receipt of Exchequer, nor for striking of any Tally of Pro or Anticipation. Teller not to throw down any Bill, &c. till he shall have received Monies.

And it is hereby further enacted by the authoritie aforesaid That the Lord Treasurer and Under Treasurer and Commissioners of the Treasury for the time being or any of them doe not direct any Warrant to any of the said Collectors or Receivers Generall or their Deputyes for the payment of any part of these moneyes to any person or persons other then into the Receipt of the Exchequer as aforesaid nor shall they or any of them direct any Warrant to the Officers of the Exchequer for the strikeing of any Tally of Pro or Tally of Anticipation nor doe any other matter or thing whereby to divert the actuall payment of the said moneyes into the Receipt of the Exchequer nor shall the Officers of the Exchequer strike or direct or record the strikeing of any Tally of Pro or Tally of Anticipation upon any of the said moneys upon any accompt or Warrant whatsoever nor shall the Teller throw downe a Bill whereby to charge himselfe with any of the said moneys untill he shall have actually received the same.

XXXIX. Officers of Exchequer to keep distinct Accounts;

and Treasurer, &c. not to sign Warrants, &c. other than to Treasurer of the Navy, &c.; Auditor not to draw Order for issuing to any other than Treasurer of the Navy, &c.; Clerk of the Pells or Teller not to make Payment otherwise than as mentioned in Warrant.

And it is hereby further enacted by the authoritie aforesaid That the Officers of the Receipt of His Majestyes Exchequer shall keepe all the moneys which shall be paid into the Receipt of the Exchequer by vertue of this Act and the Account thereof distinct from all other moneyes and Accounts whatsoever and shall keepe a perticular Account of the charge of the Building Gunns Rigging and other Furnishing of each of the said Thirty Shipps of Warr hereby directed to bee built as aforesaid And that the Lord Treasurer Under Treasurer or either of them or Commissioners of the Treasury for the time being doe not signe any Warrant or Order or doe any other matter or thing for the issueing of any of the said moneys to any person or persons other then the Treasurer of the Navy Treasurer or Paymaster of the Ordnance for the time being and expressing therein that the same is for the Building or for the Gunns Rigging or other Furnishing of the Thirty Shipps of Warr above mentioned, nor shall the Auditor of the Receipt draw any Order for the issueing of any part of the said moneys to any person or persons other then the Treasurer of the Navy Treasurer or Paymaster of the Ordnance as aforesaid nor shall he direct or the Clerke of the Pells record or the Teller make payment of any of the said moneys by vertue of any Warrant or upon any Order or other way or device whatsoever other then to the persons and to the uses aforesaid and to be soe mentioned and expressed in such Warrant and Order

XL. Orders for money to be entered, &c. according to Dates.

And it is hereby further enacted by the authoritie aforesaid That all Orders for issueing any of the said moneys shall be entred in the Office of the Auditor of the Receipt in course according to their respective dates and be paid accordingly and not otherwise and that the moneys to come in by this Act shall be in the same order lyable to the payment of the said Orders without preference of the one before the other and not otherwise.

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

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

Provided alwayes and it is hereby declared That if it shall happen that severall Orders for payment of the said moneyes beare date the same day that then such of them shall be first entred and preferred in payment which shall be first delivered into the said Office of the Auditor of the Receipt and it shall not be interpretted any undue preference to incurr any penalty in point of payment if the Auditor direct and the Clerke of the Pells record and the Tellers doe pay subsequent Orders of persons that come to demand their money and bring their Orders before such as did not come to demand their money and bring their Orders in their course soe as there be soe much money reserved as will satisfie their Orders which shall not be otherwise disposed but kept for them.

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

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

And bee it further enacted by the authority aforesaid That the Treasurer of the Navy and the Treasurer or Paymaster of the Ordnance respectively may assigne and transferr any part of the said moneys due and payable unto them upon any Order by Indorsment upon such Order which being notified and an Entry and memoriall thereof alsoe made in the Office of the Auditor of the Receipt (which on request he shall accordingly make without Fee or Charge) shall intitle such Assignee his Executors Administrators and Assignes to the benefitt of such Order or Orders or any part thereof and payment thereon and such Assignee may in like manner assigne againe and soe toties quoties and afterwards it shall not be in the power of such person or persons who have made such Assignments to make void release or discharge the same or the moneys thereby due or any part thereof

XLIII. Treasurer of Navy to keep such Monies diftinct, and issue and pay the same by Warrant of Principal Officers, &c. of the Navy.

And it is hereby further enacted by the authority aforesaid That the Treasurer of the Navy Treasurer or Paymaster of the Ordnance for the time being shall keepe all moneys paid to them respectively by vertue of this Act distinct and apart from all other moneyes and issue and pay the same by Warrant of the Principall Officers and Commissioners of the Navy and Principall Officers of the Ordnance respectively or any three or more of them and mentioning and expressing that it is for the Building for the Gunns Rigging or other Furnishing of the Thirty Shipps of Warr as aforesaid and to noe other intent use or purpose whatsoever

XLIV. Commissioners, &c. of the Navy not to sign Warrant for any other Purpose than as Money is appropriated, and the Uses to be expressed in such Warrant.

And it is hereby further enacted by the authority aforesaid that the principall Officers and Commissioners of the Navy and principall Officers of the Ordnance respectively or any three or more of them shall not signe any Warrant or Navy Bill or doe any other Act or thing for the issueing and paying any of the said moneys to any use intent or purpose whatsoever other then for the building or for the Gunns Rigging or other Furnishing of the Thirty Shipps of Warr as aforesaid and to be soe mentioned and expressed in such Warrant or Navy Bill,

XLV. Auditor of Receipt and Treasurer of Navy and Ordnance to render an Account to the Commons of Monies raised under this Act.

And it is hereby further enacted by the authoritie aforesaid That the Auditor of the Receipt of the Exchequer for the time being shall transmitt to the Commons in Parlyament assembled an Account of all moneys which shall be paid into the Receipt of the Exchequer by vertue of this Act and to whome the same are issued and paid and by whose Warrant and for what uses and that the Treasurer or Treasurers of the Navy Treasurer or Treasurers Paymaster or Paymasters of the Ordnance to whome any part of these moneys shall be issued and paid shall in like manner give an account to the Commons in Parlyament assembled of soe much of the said moneys as shall be by them and every of them respectively received and to whome the same are issued and paid by them respectively and by whose Warrant and for what uses

XLVI. Officers appointed to receive misapplying Monies;

Penalty.

And it is further enacted by the authority aforesaid That if any of the Officers aforesaid which are appointed by this Act to receive the moneys hereby granted shall after Receipt of the said money divert or misapply the same or any part thereof by vertue of any Warrant from the Lord Treasurer for the time being or other Superior Officer contrary to the true intent and meaning of this Act that then such Officer or Officers soe diverting or misapplying the said money shall forfeite the like summe soe diverted or misapplyed which said forfeiture shall be recovered by Action of Debt Bill Plaint or Information in any of His Majestyes Courts of Record at Westminster wherein noe Essoigne Protection or Wager of Law shall be allowed the one moyety of which forfeiture soe to be recovered shall be to the Informer or him that shall sue for the same and the other moyety thereof to be distributed to the poore of the Parish where such Offence shall be committed.

XLVII. The like Offence by any Officer of the Exchequer, Navy or Ordnance; Penalty.

And bee it further enacted by the authority aforesaid That if any Officer or Officers mentioned in this Act of or belonging to the Exchequer Navy or Ordnance shall willingly and wilfully offend against this Law or any Clause thereof by diverting or misapplying any moneys whatsoever contrary to the true intent and meaning of this Act that for any and every such offence such Officer and Officers soe offending shall forfeite his Office and is and are hereby disabled and made incapeable to hold or execute the said Office or any other Office whatsoever for the future.

XLVIII. No Stay of Prosecution admitted in any Suit for Recovery of Penalties.

Provided alsoe and bee it enacted That noe stay of Prosecution upon any Command Warrant Motion Order or Direction by Non vult ulterius prosequi shall be had made admitted received or allowed by any Court whatsoever in any Suite or Proceeding by Action of Debt, Bill, Plaint or Information or otherwise for the Recovery of all or any of the Paines Forfeitures or Penalties upon any person or persons by this Act inflicted or therein mentioned or for or in order to the conviction or disability of any person offending against this Act.

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

And bee it further enacted by the authority aforesaid That noe Commissioner or Commissioners or any other Officer that shall be imployed in the execution of this Act or any thing therein contained shall be lyable for or by reason of their acting or proceeding as Commissioners by vertue of this Act to any of the penalties mentioned in an Act Entituled An Act for preventing dangers which may happen from Popish Recusants for not takeing the Oathes or Declaration in the said Act expressed in case such Commissioner or Commissioners Officer or Officers have before that time taken the said Oathes and subscribed the Declaration in the recited Act mentioned.

L. How £400 per Month, Part of the £1,520. 5s. per Month on Middlesex and Westminster, to be assessed.

How £1,120. 5s. the Residue to be assessed.

Provided alwayes and bee it enacted That the summe of Foure hundred Pounds per mensem being part of the summe of Fifteene hundred and twenty pounds and five shillings to be assessed by vertue of this Act on the County of Midlesex with the Citty and Liberty of Westminster for every Moneth of the said Seaventeene Monethes Assesment shall be assessed and taxed on the said Citty and Liberty of Westminster and the Out-Parishes within the weekely Bills of Mortality in the said County and on the Offices and Officers hereby taxable belonging to the Courts at Westminster and other the Offices and Officers in the said County or Citty and the Liberties thereof which were not heretofore taxed and that the summe of Eleaven hundred and twenty pounds and five shillings being the residue of the said Monethly Assesment shall be assessed and taxed on the said County and the Citty and Liberties of Westminster according to the same proportions and distributions in respect to this present Assesment as they were assessed and taxed by the late Act for granting a Royall Aide to His Majestie.

LI. Receiver General or Deputy not to act as Commissioners for County or Place for which he is appointed.

Provided alwayes and it is hereby enacted That noe Receiver Generall or his Deputy who shall be soe appointed according to this Act shall act or have power to act as a Commissioner for any County or place where he shall be soe appointed a Receiver or Deputy Receiver Any thing herein to the contrary notwithstanding.

Footnotes

1 The Record torn, "and" in Original.
2 The Record torn, "Shillings" in Original.
3 interlined on the Roll.
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5 rr Phillip Egertonr James Bradshawe Knights Ralph Whitley Kenrick Eyton O.
6 Wilford O.
7 Incledon O.
8 Gollop O.
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10 Henry Stapleton Arthur Ingram O.
11 Gowyer O.
12 they O.
13 Roger James Francis Bradbury O.
14 Machen O.
15 Bodeler O.
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17 Lomax O.
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19 Henry O.
20 Norres O.
21 Skeffington O.
22 Henry O.
23 O. omits.
24 Sr O.
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26 Sr John Talbott SrWilliam Doyley junior O.
27 Jones O.
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29 Lane O.
30 Packhurst O.
31 Senior O.
32 Douglasse O.
33 No blank in Orig.
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35 Warden O.
36 Batchelor O.
37 Edward Noel Henry O.
38 Somersett O.
39 Floyd O.
40 Esquire O.
41 Henry O.
42 Yeamans O.
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44 Cordell O.
45 Sigismond O.
46 Esquires O.
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48 Trayson O.
49 senior O.
50 Edward O.
51 Nash O.
52 Tuffren O.
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54 John O.
55 Dawkins O.
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57 Frederick O.
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59 or more O.
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62 Example O.
63 Monyes O.