Charles II, 1679
An Act for granting a Supply to His Majestie of Two hundred and six thousand fower hundred sixtie two pounds seaventeene shillings and three pence for paying off and disbanding the Forces raised since the Nine and twentyeth of September One thousand six hundred seaventy seaven.

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'Charles II, 1679: An Act for granting a Supply to His Majestie of Two hundred and six thousand fower hundred sixtie two pounds seaventeene shillings and three pence for paying off and disbanding the Forces raised since the Nine and twentyeth of September One thousand six hundred seaventy seaven.', Statutes of the Realm: volume 5: 1628-80 (1819), pp. 897-934. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=47483 Date accessed: 31 July 2014.


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Reasons for passing this Act.
II. Commissioners named; with Powers as under 29 C. II. c. I.
III. Commissioners to meet in the several Counties, &c. on or before the 4th March 1679.
IV. Commissioners at their Meeting to appoint Receiver General.
V. Receiver General to give Commissioners a Receipt for Monies received by him from them.
VI. £103, 231, 8s. 7½d. to be paid to Receiver General 24th May 1680.
VII. Money received by Collectors to be paid to Receiver General, who is to give Notice to Commissioners of such Payment.
VIII. Particular Collectors to pay to Receiver General, &c.
IX. Allowance to Collectors.
X. Places to be assessed as heretofore.
XI. Receiver General and their Deputies to give Acquittances to Collectors. without Fee.; such Acquittances to be a Discharge.
XII. Treasury authorized, as herein mentioned, to issue Money granted by this Act.
XIII. If Money due for quartering Officers, &c. cannot be paid, Commissioners to give a like Debenture on the Treasury, with Interest at £8 per Cent. payable Quarterly.
XIV. After disbanding, Commissioners to make up an Account of Deductions for Clothing out of Pay, &c.; and to distribute what shall remain unpaid, and make Certificate thereof to the Treasury, who shall thereupon order Payment, &c.
XV. Commissioners may examine and adjust Accounts with Officers and Persons who have delivered Clothes to Soldiers hereby discharged, and deduct what shall appear due, and make Certificate thereof.
XVI. Orders for Repayment of Loan entered according to Date of Tally.
XVII. Proviso where several Tallies bear Date the same Day.
XVIII. Paying subsequent Orders, if first demanded, no undue Preference, if sufficient reserved to satisfy preceding Orders.
XIX. Orders for Payment of Monies may be assigned by Indorsement.
XX. Commissioners not liable to Penalties of 25 C. II. c. 2. for executing this Act.
XXI. Monies levied under this Act, (Exception). to be appropriated to the paying and disbanding the Forces, &c.
XXII. Commissioners for disbanding the Forces to take Account of Monies received and paid by Paymaster of the Land Forces.
XXIII. Collector keeping Money in Hand, or paying to Person other than Receiver General.
XXIV. Officers and Soldiers of the Regiments herein mentioned to be paid and disbanded.
XXV. Names of Commissioners appointed; to act according to Instructions; to meet and execute Act.
XXVI. Commissions of General Officers (Exception) void.
XXVII. All other Officers, &c. by this Act ordered to be disbanded, are to be disbanded according to the Rules herein mentioned.
XXVIII. Commission Officers, &c. exercising Command over disbanded Men, or endeavouring to continue any of the said disbanded Regiments together;
XXIX. Recital that several Officers and Soldiers who ought to have been disbanded pursuant to 30 C. II. c. 1. continued in Arms, &c.
XXX. Recital of 30 C. II. c. 1. § 35.; and that the same was mistaken.
XXXI. Where Actions, &c. commenced against Persons executing Act, they may plead the General Issue, and recover Treble Costs on Nonsuit, &c. of Plaintiff.
XXXII. No Officer, &c. to quarter Soldiers on any Subject without his Consent, and any Subject may refuse to quarter Soldiers.
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Reasons for passing this Act.

Grant of £206,4.62.173.3d.; £34,410. 98. 6½d. by the Month for Six Months, in the several Counties,&c. and Proportions herein mentione.

Most Gracious Soveraigne
Wee Your Majestyes most loyall and obedient Subjects the Commons now in Parlyament assembled considering the great unnecessary Charge and Burthen and the many Inconveniencies to this Kingdome which Your Majestie sustaines by the Continuance of the Forces raised since the Nine and twentyeth of September One thousand six hundred seaventy and seaven and those brought since that time into this Kingdome from Forreigne Service from beyond the Seas and being desireous to enable Your Majestie to pay and disband the same Doe freely chearfully and unanimously present unto Your Majestie for the Ends and Purposes aforesaid the Summe of Two hundred and six thousand fower hundred sixty two pounds seaventeene shillings and three pence which wee beseech Your Majestie to accept of as a Testimony of our great Care for the Safety of Your Majestyes Person and the Peace and Prosperity of the Kingdome, And 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 the Commons in this present Parlyament assembled and by the Authoritie of the same That the Summe of Thirty fower thousand fower hundred and ten pounds nine shillings and six pence halfe penny by the moneth for Six monthes the First of the said monethes begining from the Twenty fowerth day of February in the yeare of our Lord One thousand six hundred seaventy and nine shall be assessed taxed levyed and paid by Two Quarterly Payments in the severall Countyes Cityes Burroughes Townes and Places within England and Wales and the Towne of Berwicke upon Tweede according to the Rules and Proportions following. That is to say, For each Moneth of the said Six Moneths.

For the County of Bedford the summe of Fower 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-peny.

For the County of Buc?s the summe of Sixe hundred fifty seaven pounds thirteene shillings two pence halfe-peny.

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

The Isle of Ely the summe of One hundred seaventy fower pounds eighteene shillings and eleaven pence halfe-peny.

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

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

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

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

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 Poole the summe of Five pounds nine shillings and ten pence.

The County of Durham the summe of One hundred sixty one pounds eighteene shillings fower pence halfe peny.

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 sixtie 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 Huntington the summe of Three hundred and sixteene pounds seaventeene shillings and 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 the summe of One thousand two hundred eighty seven pounds eleaven shillings.

The Citty of London with the 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 and 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 pounds seaventeene shillings and one penny.

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

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

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

The Citty and County of the Citty of Bristow 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 summe of Nine hundred and ten pounds thirteene shillings and ten pence halfe-penny.

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-penny.

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 su[m]me 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 Brecon 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 and eleaven pounds fifteene shillings and 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-penny.

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

The County of Pembrooke the summe of One hundred sixtie three pounds five shillings.

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

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

II. Commissioners named; with Powers as under 29 C. II. c. I.

And bee it further enacted That all and every the persons hereafter named shall be Commissioners of and for the severall and respective Countyes Cittyes, Burroughs, Townes and Places hereafter named, and they and every of them shall have and execute the like Powers and Authorities Rules and Directions touching the better assessing, distributeing, collecting leavying receiveing and paying the said Two hundred and six thousand fower hundred and sixty two pounds seaventeene shillings and three pence in as large and ample manner as are limitted enacted directed and appointed to the Commissioners in one Act of Parlyament made in the Nine and twentyeth yeare of the Kings Majestyes Raigne Entituled An Act for raiseing the summe of Five hundred eighty fower thousand nine hundred seaventy eight pounds two shillings and two pence halfe penny for the speedy building Thirty Shipps of Warr. That is to say.

For the County of Bedford

The Right Honourable William Lord Russell Sonne and Heire apparent to the Earle of Bedford and one of His Majestyes most Honourable Privy Councill Thomas Lord Bruce Sonne and Heire apparent to the Earle of Aylisbury Edward Russell Esq[uire] Sir George Carteret Sir John Duncombe Baronets Charles Leigh Esq[uire] Sir John Napier Sir John Cotton Sir John Burgoyne Sir Rowland Alston Sir Anthony Chester Sir Humphry Winch Sir Humphrey Monox Sir St John Charnocke Sir Stephen Anderson Sir William Gostwicke Sir John Osborne Baronets, Sir William Palmer Sir William Beecher Sir George Blundell Sir Francis Wingate Sir William Francklin Knights. Pawlet St John Oliver Luke John De la Fountaine Thomas Hillersdon William Duncombe Francis Dives Thomas Browne William Dyer Thomas Palmer Villiers, Charnocke Richard Stone St John Thompson Senior William Butler John Keeleing George Abbott senior George Edwards Brooke Bridges John Harvey William Spencer John Coppin William Gery Walter Carew Gayus Squire Robert Mountague Humprey Fish John Vaux John Neale John Cockayne John Ventres Robert Crompton Robert Awdley Samuell Bedford Edmond Gardner William Farrer Mathew Dennis Richard Orlibeare Jasper Edwards Richard Edwards William Foster William Daniell John Smith St John Thompson junior Henry Mountague Esquires William Symcocks Thomas Halfepenny senior Nicholas Granger Thomas Halfe penny junior Gentlemen Francis Dodsworth John Ashburnham Charles Duncombe Ironsides Esquires.

For the Towne of Bedford.

The Maior for the time being The Right Honourable William Lord Russell Sonne and Heire apparent to the Earle of Bedford and one of His Majestyes most Honourable Privy Councill Thomas Lord Bruce Sonne and Heire apparent to the Earle of Aylisbury Sir John Napier Sir Humphrey Winch Sir Humphrey Monox Baronets Sir William Beecher Knight Pawlet St John Esquire Sir William Francklyn Knight Robert Awdley Edmond Gardiner Robert Russell John Ashburnham Charles Fleetwood William Foster Brooke Bridges Esquires Thomas Cristy William Berket John [Beaumon (fn. 1) ] William Scott Gentlemen Alderman Crawley Paul Coble John Spencer Gentlemen Alderman Symon Berkett Alderman Francis Berkett John Eastern Gentleman John Pemberton Gent. Alderman Faldone senior Alderman Smith.

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 Sir Humphrey Forester Sir John Stonehouse Sir Henry Henn Sir Henry Winchcombe Sir Thomas Draper Sir Thomas Clergis Sir Edmond Fettiplace Baronets Sir William Rich Sir Anthony Craven Sir Henry Purefoy Baronets Sir Henry Fane Knight of the Bath Sir Robert Pye Sir William Craven Sir William Jones His Majestyes Attourney Generall Knights Sir William Kendricke Baronet Sir Thomas Dolman Sir Richard Harrison Sir Algernon May Sir Giles Hungerford Sir William Armorer Sir Edward Norris Sir William Paule Knights Robert Packer Edward Mansfield Richard Nevill George Porter Thomas Hobby William Chiffinch John Deane Richard Southby senior Richard Aldworth Edward Fettiplace Thomas Vachell Francis Piggott Esquires Sir Robert Sawyer Knight John Kingsmill Edward Keate Captaine Edward Gerrard of Midiam William Trumball Doctor of Lawes William Nelson Hungerford Dunch Major Dunch Esquires John Blagrave Thomas Fettiplace Samuell Brightwell William Willimott Thomas Goodlocke Humphrey Hyde John Finch Paul Colton William Barker of Hurst Henry Proctor Edmund Wiseman Thomas Hussey Francis Hungerford Doctor of Phisicke William Ball Henry Nevill Esquires Roger Draper John Breeden John Wildeman Esquires John Hippesley Benjamin Ruddier Thomas Meddlicott Richard Southby Junior John Southby junior Richard Hyde of Blagrave John Loder Esquires Thomas Holt Serjeant at Law John Bygg of Hurst Esquire Richard Winwood Thomas Staples [Esquire1] Thomas Seymour Richard Brotherwicke William Angell John Collins Henry Due Collonell Charles Gerrard of Lamborne Richard Fincher William Hammersley Esquires Phillip Weston Richard Lightffoote Gentlemen William Offley Charles Perrett Doctors of Law Henry Barker Esquire John Whitwicke Robert Leigh Samuell Starkey Richard Pount John Howse Scorey Barker John Hersey William Smith John Stone Esquire, James Smith Symon Smith Charles Whitacre William Cherrey Esq[uire] Richard Palmer Esquire Richard Brickenden Giles Hamley George Blagrave John Topham John Peacocke Nicholas Hyde Thomas Southby John Blandy Esquires John Due. Bartholomew Tipping Esquire George Keat John Hearon John Saunders of Shipon cum Stoford Bolton James Robert Lee Esquire John Byggs John Whitfield James Hexon Edmond Eyre John Powney Roger Knight John Topham of Windsor Richard Peirce William Bowles Bartholomew Yeate Nathan Knight Valentine Croome George Bishopp of Bray Gentleman The Maior of Reading, The Maior of Abingdon, The Maior of Windsor, The Maior of Wallingford The Maior of Newberry for the time being Moses Slade of Wallingford Ray man Esq[uire] Richard Jennings Esq[uire] Captaine Robert Reeves Reynald Povay Esq[uire] Edmund Pye Thomas Hoard Esquires John Plumer Esq[uire] John Jones Doctor of Phisicke Timothy Eman Alexander Blagrave James Hayes Thomas Harrison Samuell Howse Sawyer junior Sebastian Lyford Gent..

For the County of Bucks

Charles Earle of Ancram in the Kingdome of Scotland Edward Viscount Larimer Sonne and Heire apparent to Thomas Earle of Danby Phillip Lord Waynman Viscount Tuen in the Kingdome of Ireland, Thomas Wharton Esquire Sir Richard Temple Knight of the Bath and Baronet Sir Thomas Tyrrell Sir John Borlace Sir Anthony Chester Sir Thomas Proby Sir William Bowyer Sir William Smith Sir Ralph Verney Sir William Drake Sir Henry Andrewes Sir Humphrey Winch Sir Thomas Lee Sir Dennis Hampson Sir Peter Tyrrell Baronets Sir William Terringham Sir Richard Ingoldesby Sir Robert Gayer Knights of the Bath Sir Francis Weynman Sir Richard Piggott Sir Robert Cleyton Sir Robert Crooke Sir Thomas Clargis Sir Roger Hill Sir John Trevor Sir John Tompson Sir John Busby Sir George Jefferies Sir Cesar Cranmer Sir Thomas Cleyton Knights Daniell Finch Charles Cheney Thomas Waller Edmond Waller senior Edmond Waller junior William Penn Edmond West Brett Norton Thomas Hackett John Duncombe of Great Brickhill Simon Bennet Robert Lovet Thomas Barrenger Edward Lee Edward Backwell Thomas Butler William Serjeant junior Edward Nicholas of Hitcham Thomas Farrer senior Thomas Farrer junior John Risby Roger Price Knightley Purefoy Thomas Nappier Richard Hampden John Borlace Thomas Lewes Robert Tomkins Edward Baldwyn John Witherengs Thomas Saunders of Haddenham George Russell William Jepson Richard Winwood Richard Greenvile Budd Wayes Bazill Brent William Hill John Hampden Thomas Stafford Bernard Turney Christopher Egleton Francis Terringham Robert Dormer John Loggins Thomas Piggott Joseph Alston Henry Bertie Thomas Doyley John Hobart George Wyan William Clever William Abraham Nicholas Salter junior Thomas Lewes senior Henry Seymour Robert Stiles John Grubb John Greene Joseph Mainard Thomas Owen Andrew Duffeild Edmond Mellicott Marmaduke Darrell Edmond Varney Edmond Darrell William Coleing John Dormer William Farrer junior Francis Knowles Simon Mayne William Fleetewood Henry Herbert Edward Bate William Bowyer junior William Bowyer Senior William Busby Richard Meade Edward Manfeild Esquires George Evelyn Henry Summer Joseph Halnes Esquires.

For the Towne of Buckingham.

The Bayliffe for the time being Edward Viscount Latimer Sonne and Heire apparent to Thomas Earle of Danby Sir Richard Temple Knight of the Bath and Baronet Sir William Smith Sir Peter Tyrell Baronets Sir John Busby Knight John Risley Edward Bate Edmond Varney Edmund Andrewes Edmund Darrell junior Hugh Ethersey Esquires John Rogers John Grove William Robinson William Hartley Pelham Sandwell George Dancer Walter Alnutt.

For the Towne of Wickham

The Maior for the time being Charles Ellyott Edward Bedder Henry Bigg Samuell Wells Alexander Parmum John Wheeler Jonathan Randoll.

For the County of Cambridge.

William Lord Allington of the Kingdome of Ireland Richard Lord Gorges of the Kingdome of Ireland, The Right honourable Sir Thomas Chichley Knight Master Generall of the Ordnance and one of His Majestyes most Honourable Privy Councill, Sir Thomas Hatton Sir John Cotton Sir Thomas Willis Sir Henry Pickering Sir Thomas Slater Sir Levinus Bennett Sir George Downeing Sir Robert Cotton Baronets Gerrard Russell Edward Parthericke John Willis John Cotton Francis Buller Thomas Steward Phillip Cotton John Millicent Roger Rant Jeffery Knightwryall Gardner John Clarke William Layer Thomas Duckett Roger Pepys Mildmay Dowman Terrell Dolton William Ayliffe Thomas Bucke Daniell Martin Edward Pickering Henry Slingsby John Pepis Doctor of Law William Russell Richard Cutts Christopher Hatton John Childe Samuell Clerke William Manniston Ralph Pemberton Samuell Fortrey junior Talbert Pepis John Holman John Rant Haynes Barley Samuell Desborow Robert West Butler of Barnewell Roger Stotewill John Folkes William Eversdon Richard Bury Robert Dorrington Robert Swayne John Bennett of Abbington Esquires.

For the Isle of Ely

The Right Honourable William Lord Russell sonne and heire apparent to the Earle of Bedford and one of His Majestyes most Honourable Privy Councill Richard Lord Gorges of the Kingdome of Ireland Sir Thomas Chichley Knight Master Generall of the Ordnance and one of His Majestyes most Honourable ( (fn. 2) ) Sir John Norton Sir Lyonell Walden Gerrard Russell Edward Parthericke William Colvile Thomas Steward Anthony Fisher William March Thomas Towers Charles Wren William Wren Robert Hampson William Balam Henry Hitch Doctor of Law Thomas Edwards Roger Jenings, Francis Underwood Haynes Barley Hugh Underwood Peter Dimond John Fincham Richard Reade Henry Goodricke Edward Parthericke junior Ralph Pemberton Robert Swaine Maximilian Walsham Edmond Williamson Samuell Fortrey junior George Farewell junior Sigismond Trafford Esquires.

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 [The Right Honourable (fn. 3) ] Sir John Chichley Knight Master Generall of the Ordnance and one of His Majestyes most Honourable Privy Councill Sir Thomas Page Sir Thomas Exton James Vernon Joseph Beaumont Doctor of Divinity Cudworth Francis Turner John Eachard Thomas Watson Nathaniell Coga Doctors of Divinity John [Board (fn. 4) ] Doctor of Law Robert Brady Doctor of Phisicke John Goslin Doctor of Phisicke Roger Pepys Robert Wright Nicholas Jacob Esquires Nathaniell Crabb Robert Muriell Samuell Newton Owen Mayfield Edward Miller Andrew Hart Thomas Ewin Francis Jermin Aldermen of the Towne of Cambridge Sir Thomas Slater Baronet Edward Stoyt Doctor of Phisicke Robert Twelves Doctor of Law Samuell Moody Esqq[uire] Edward Storey Gent..

For the County of Chester

Robert Lord Cholmondley of the Kingdome of Ireland( (fn. 5) ) William Lord Brereton of the Kingdome of Ireland Charles Gerrard Henry Booth Thomas Nedham Esquires Sir Thomas Grosvenor Sir Thomas Wilbraham Sir Thomas Delves Sir Willoughby Aston Sir Thomas Powell Sir Robert Leicester Sir Thomas Manwareing Sir Richard Brookes Sir Thomas Bellott Sir Peter Pynder Sir Peter Standley Baronets Sir Robert Cotton Knight and Baronet Sir Phillip Egerton Sir Jeffery Shackerley Sir Peter Brookes Sir John Arderne Sir John Trevor Sir John Crew Knights Peter Venables Baron of Kinderton John Crew Collonell Thomas Leigh senior Collonell Thomas Leigh junior Richard Leigh of Lyme Thomas Cholmondley Richard Leigh William Venables Nathaniell Booth Thomas Mostyn of Beeston William Williams Edward Leigh Randoll Dodd Peter Wilbraham Roger Wilbraham William Marbury Edward Warren John Leigh John Manwareing of Badeley Edward Glegg Edward Minshell Edward Jodrell William Lawton Thomas Delves John Daniell Roger Whitley Thomas Leigh of Lyme Edward Lutwich Edward Dove of Duddon Esquires John Warren William Davenport Thomas Whitley Robert Pickering Robert Cholmondley of Holford Thomas Daniell Peter Leigh of Boothes Henry Manwaring Roger Manwaring Thomas Minshall Ralph Wilbraham Richard Walthall Anthony Eyre William Cotton Henry Davies John Davies John [Hurreston (fn. 6) ] Thomas Dutton Thomas Bunbury Edward Downes John Ward John Davenport of Wydford Leftwich Oldfeild William Stopford Hugh Grosveour Edward Wright John Starkey of Wrenbury Thomas Hollingshead Esquires Phillip Ward Thomas Swettenham of Swettenham Thomas Swettenham of Hateley Christopher Berron Gentlemen Doctor Wainwright Greenhough Bispham.

For the Citty and County of the Citty of Chester.

The Maior for the time being William Williams Esqq[uire] Recorder Sir Thomas Grosvenour Baronet Richard Bird Randall Oulton William Streete Robert Murrey William Wilson Gawen Hudson Thomas Simpson Richard Wright Henry Lloyd John Maddox Robert Caddick William Harvey William Ince William Wilme George Manwareing Peter Edwards Aldermen Sir Robert Williams Sir Peter Pynder Baronets Sir Phillip Egerton Sir James Bradshaw Knights Henry Brooke Pusey Brooke Ralph Whitley Kenricke Eaton Edward Lutwich John Brerewood George Booth Thomas Swynton Esquires The Sheriffes for the time being Nathaniell Williamson William Wright John Anderson Gent.

For the County of Cornwall.

Bernard Greenvile Robert Robertes John Arundell Hender Robertes Francis Robertes James Mohun Esquires Sir Bourchier Wrey Sir Jonathan Trelawney Sir John Carew Sir Viell Vivion Sir John Coriton Sir William Godolphin Baronets Sir Peter Killegrew Knight and Baronet Sir Nicholas Stanning. Knight of the Bath and Baronet Sir John St Awbin Sir William Morris Baronets Sir Richard Edgecombe Knight of the Bath Sir John Arundell Sir Joseph Tredenham Sir James Smith Sir John Godolphin Sir Walter Moyle Sir John Molsworth Knights Collonell John Trelawney Charles Trevanian Hugh Boscawen Samuell Rolles Sydney Godolphin William Boscawen John Seynt Awbin Jonathan Rashleigh Francis Trefusis John Ellyott Francis Buller John Buller John Trelawney John Coriton Daniell Ellyott John Tanner William Scawen Edmond Prideaux Walter Kendall Joseph Sawle Thomas Dorrell Nicholas Glynn Edward Boscawen John Vivian Thomas Vivian Edward Herle John Connock Humphrey Nichols of Penvos William Courtney Arthur Fortescue Nicholas Courtney Edward Ellyott Richard Ellyott William Mohun Edward Nosworthy senior Edward Nosworthy junior John Prideaux John Rashley Esquires Richard Trevanion of Verrian Richard Scobell Gentlemen John Kendall Esquire Charles Trevanion of Goran Gent John Treffry Francis Calmady Richard Erisey Esquires Charles Kendall Gent. Ambrose Manaton Nicholas Herle Esquires Arthur Spry James Prayed William Painter Humphrey Courtney John Blyth Charles Grills Robert Hoblin Francis Grills Richard Hoblin George Robinson William Bond William Keigwin Esquires Arthur Painter Gentleman John Polewheele John Penrose Collonell William Godolphin Thomas Piper Richard Kelliowe John Pendarvis Richard Pendarvis Charles Boscawen Thomas Waddon Ezekiell Arundell Edward Harris James Erisey Thomas Coke William Arscott Lewes Tremayne Thomas Achim Samuell Ennis John Fowell Henry Erisey Anthony Chinowith William Silley Humphrey Borlace Nathaniell Moyle Thomas Kendall Christopher Bellott Thomas Carew Samuell Langford John Verman Humphrey Lower John Billing Phillip Mayowe John Arundell of Duloe Esquires John Barrett of Killigreene Gent. Thomas Penhallow Richard Williams John Williams Esquires Stephen Robbins of Winnoe Gentleman John Murth Humphrey Langford James Bond of Earth Nicholas Wills Samuell Cabells Jonathan Trelawney of Coldruneck George Spry Esquires Abell French Gent. John Cotton Hugh Jones Edward Kneebone junior Gent. John Pierce of Dewsto Hugh Tonkin of Trevownance Walter Vincent Charles Vivian Esquires Thomas Kelley John Courtney Thomas Hicks of Kerries Gentlemen, Hugh Trevanion William Symons Esquires Thomas Cossen Robert Pearse Gent. John Tregagle John Waddon Esquires John Hichens Walter Norris Gent. William Blyth Robert Rowse Esquires Francis Seint Awbin William Coryton Esquires Sampson Veale Gent. Edmond Phillips John Glynn Esquires Charles Trevanian of Crege Edward Hoblin Gentleman John Nicholl of Litlewood William Trevisa Esquires Sampson Mannaton of Manaton Thomas Hawkey Henry Gregor Gentlemen The Maior for the time being of Lanceston Bodmin Loytwithiell and Truroe.

For the County of Cumberland

Edward Lord Morpeth Sonne and Heire apparent to Charles Earle of Carlisle Sir Richard Musgrave of Edenhall Sir Richard Graham Sir William Dalston Sir George Fletcher Sir John Lowther of Lowther Sir John Lowther of Whitehaven Sir William Pennington Sir Richard Musgrave of Haton Baronets Sir Joseph Williamson Sir Wilfred Lawson Sir Phillip Howard Sir John Dalston Sir Christopher Musgrave Sir John Ballentine Knights Wilfred Lawson Esquire High Sheriffe Ferdinando Hudleston John Lamplugh Daniell Fleming Richard Lamplugh Robert Carleton John Aglionby Orlando Gee William Musgrave Thomas Denton Richard Jolson Thomas Dalston Henry Dacre Thomas Warwicke Anthony Hutton Richard Pahilkson William Blenerhasset Christopher Richmond Miles Pennington Darcey Curwen Edward Stanley Henry Foster Leonard Dykes Henry Broham Henry Salkeild William Orfeer William Fielding Henry Fletcher John Ponsonby Andrew Hudleston William Briscoe Esquires Captaine Joseph Hudleston Bazill Fielding John Briscoe Richard Eglesfeild Richard Lowry of Cockermouth Gentlemen The Maior of Carlisle for the time being.

For the County of Derby

The Right Honourable William Lord Cavendish Sonne and Heire apparent to the Earle of Devonshire and one of His Majesties most Honourable Privy Councill Sir Thomas Grisley Sir John Courzon Sir John Gell Sir Francis Burdett Sir John Harper Sir Robert Coke Sir Henry Every Sir William Boothby Baronets Sir Francis Leake Knight and Baronet Sir Samuell Sleigh Sir Gilbert Clerke Sir Edward Abney Knights Sir Nicholas Wilmott Knight Serjeant 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 John Burdett Willoughby Grey William Fitzherbert John Agard Charles Cotton John Stephenson Henry Milward John Mundey Phillip Gell George Pole Robert Coke William Eyre Francis Revell Robert Wilmott Cornelius Clarke Christopher Horton Gilbert Thacker John Allen John Stanhope Thomas Milward Francis Leake John Curzon Francis Burton Walter Horton Francis Barker Edward Pegg Samuell Saunders John Morewood John Spateman John Every William Allestrey Henry Mellor Nicholas Wilmott Thomas Gladwin Samuell Holden Samuell Hallows Anthony Fitzherbert John Low of Denbigh Low of Alderwasley Henry Keyes Robert ( (fn. 7) ) Agney William Bage Walter [Wolsey (fn. 8) ] Henry Kendall John Smithson William Hopkinson Thomas Eyre Adam Eyre Henry Balgey Robert Wandoll Andrew Clayton Robert Haywood Hugh Bateman Edward Osborne Esquires The Maior of Derby for the time being Humphrey Yates Policarpus Dakin James Ward John Dalton John Brookehouse Edward Walker George Blackewell Samuell Goodwin Joseph Parker Gentlemen The Maior of Chesterfeild for the time being Richard Clarke Peter Dowker Thomas Britland.

For the County of Devon.

The Right Honourable William Lord Russell Sonne and Heire apparent to the Earle of Devonshire and one of His Majestyes most Honourable Privy Councill The Right Honourable Edward Seymour Esquire one of His Majestyes most Honourable Privy Councill Sir William Courtnay Baronet Edward Russell Esquire Sir Edward Seymour Sir Peter Prideaux Sir George Chudleigh Sir Francis Drake Sir Amos Pollard Sir Courtney Poole Sir Coplestone [Bampfeild (fn. 9) ] Sir Arthur Northcote Sir Walter Young Sir Hugh Ackland Sir John Drake Sir Henry Carew Sir William Morris Sir Peter Fortescue Sir Arthur Harris Sir Thomas Putt Sir Nicholas Slanning Sir Peter Leare Baronets Sir John Rolle Sir Richard Edgecombe Sir Simon Leach Sir Henry Vane Knights of the Bath Sir Henry Carew Sir John Mainard Sir Peter Ball Sir Henry Ford Sir John Trevor Sir James Smith Sir John Mallett Sir William Waldrond Sir Thomas Bury Sir Hugh Piper Sir Thomas Carew Sir William Bastard Sir Nathaniell Herne Knights Samuell Rolle Peter Prideaux George Chudley Francis Courtney John Pole John Roll John Northcott of Uton John Basset Richard Strode Mathew Halls Edmond Parker John Courtney Mathew Hale Nicholas Morrice Richard Coffin John Harris Richard Duke William Bragge Josias Calmady senior Nicholas Dennis Edmond Walrond John Tanner Henry Northleigh Richard Bevis Arthur Harris John Drake of Iveybridge John Bury of Colditon Elizeus Crimes Joseph Drake William Lacy John Cloberry William Trevild William Eveligg John Harris of Wortham Bampfeild Rodd Phillip Harris of Tomington Hugh Vaughan Ambrose Manaton James Calwoodleigh Henry Carew Thomas Shepcott John Worth Martin Rider Thomas Pyne Phillip Harris of Hayne Warwicke Pollexfen Arthur Pyne Robert Pollexfen Thomas Reynell John Kelland senior John Upton John Kelland junior John Sparke William Stowell Richard Hillersdon Samuell Foote George Treby Josias Calmady junior Gilbert Yard of Bradleigh Jonathan Rashleigh John Chichester of Hall John Fry of Yarley Richard Duke senior Gideon Heydon John Croker William Savery John Gifford of Brightby George Carew Samuell Sainthill Samuell Tanner Thomas Weare Richard Lee John Chichester of Widworth John Ashford John Blewet John Raymond Elias Bartlett Arscott Bickford Thomas Drew Edmond Prideux of Ford Leonard Yeo Jonathan Prideux Henry Steevens James Cllifford John Beere of Berescoembe Roger Pomerey John Hale Roger Wallacombe Sebastian Isaac James Huish Richard Ducke Edward Yard Edward Lovett Bartholimew Gidley Aaran Baker John How James Rodd William Drake of Yarbury John Vaughan William Bogan Henry Fry John Arscott Arthur Tremaine John Kelley Sampson Hele Richard Langworth John Steere Arscott Bickford John Fortescue William Langford William Putt Phillip Champernowne Shilston Calmady Jonathan Sparke John Sparke William Jenings William Fortescue Rowland Whiddon Thomas Wood junior Edward Fortescue Phillip Shepcott Anthony Salter John Willoby John Davy of Canontring John Davy of Ruxford Richard Shapley Rawlin Mallock Henry Worth Henry Chichester Hugh Stofford Thomas Beare of Huntson John Quash John Garland John Quick Nicholas Courtney Edmond Pollexfen Arthur Ackland Arthur Champernoone John Bidgood Ambrose Roope Thomas Walker Henry Blackalter Henry Trosse James Fortescue Henry Bennet William Upton Richard Founds Samuell Serle Esquires George Fortescue William Cotton Andrew Friend Charles Strode John Munion Joseph Elford John Martin Robert Burgoyne Andrew Horseman Isaac Tillard William. Symons The High Sheriffe for the time being The Maiors of Plymouth Barnstable Totnesse Tiverton Torrington Dartmouth and Plimpton for the time being.

For the Citty and County of the Citty of Exon

The Right Honourable Edward Seymour Esquire one of His Majesties most Honourable Privy Councill The Maior for the time being Sir James Smith Sir John Mallet Sir Thomas Carew Knights Henry Gaudy Thomas Walker George Tuthill William Glyde Malachy Pyne Isaac Mowditt Chrisopher Bradridge John Parr The Sheriffe for the time being The Receiver for the time being Andrew Quash John Snell Malachy Pyne junior John Glanvile John Tremaine Councellors at Law John Bidgood Nicholas Hele John Waterhouse Edmond Davye Doctors of Phisicke George Leach John Cholwich Nicholas Brookeing Thomas Brookeing Robert Hutchings Hurnphrey Levermore John Elwill John Starr junior Joseph Mowditt John Mayne Thomas Tucker Abraham Trowt Merchants.

For the County of Dorsett.

Anthony Lord Ashley Sonne and Heire apparent of Anthony Earle of Shaftesbury Sir Hugh Windham Knight one of the Justices of His Majesties Court of Common Pleas Sir Francis Holles Knight Sir William Portman Knight Sir John Morton Sir Nathaniell Napier Baronets Sir John Nicholas Knight of the Bath Sir John Strode Sir Winston Churchill Sir George Strode Knights Thomas Strangewayes Esquire Thomas Freke Esquire John Tregonwell of Milton John Tregonwell of Anderston Esquires Thomas Browne Robert Napper George Hulford Edward Meller James Long Wadham Strangewayes Henry Butler William Uvedall William Okenden Robert Coker Henry Whitacre George [Reeves (fn. 10) ] Robert Culliford Robert Seymour Anthony Ethricke John Rives James Gould Thomas Chaffe Thomas Chafin Robert Williams William Strode Thomas Earle, Thomas Bainard George Savage John Hoskins Michaell Harvey John Hurding Nathaniell Highmore Hugh Hodges William Floyre John Gould Henry Henley Thomas Bennett Henry Constantine George Strangewayes John Still John Lawrence John Ironside William Bowles John Hardy Richard Greene Thomas Turbervile Seamour Bowman John Cradocke 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 Fry William Frampton Giles Frampton William Hull Richard Broadripp Richard Fownes John Larder Henry [Heming (fn. 11) ] Nicholas Hardy John Bishop Simon Agarton Arthur Fookes Andrew Etricke Thomas Radford George Dawbeny senior Bullen Rymes John Richards John Abington Nicholas Gould William Wayte Richard Henvile Nicholas Browne John Gallop Bonham Strangewayes Gerrard Wood John Eastment Henry Trenchard George Strode of Slape John Michaell Doyley Michaell Robert Freke Thomas Gallop of Stroude George Gigger Robert Bishopp Thomas Plucknet George Spencer William Bull Robert Henning William Harvey Gregory Alford.

For the Towne and County of Poole.

Anthony Lord Ashley Sonne and Heire apparent of Anthony Earle of Shaftesbury Thomas Chaffin Henry Trenchard Esquires The Maior for the time being [Anthony Etricke Esqq[uire] Recorder The Sheriffe of the said Towne for the time being (fn. 12) ] William Orchard John Carter Nicholas Efford Moses Durrell Isaac Hart Allen Skutt William Streete Henry Jubber Thomas Young Willis Merchants.

For the County Palatine of Durham.

Nicholas Conyers Esquire High Sheriffe of the County Sir John Otway Knight Temporall Chauncellor Richard Lord Lumley of the Kingdome of Ireland Sir Ralph Cole Sir James Clavering Sir Thomas Liddell Sir Robert Eden Sir William Blacket Baronets Sir Gilbert Gerrard Baronet Sir George Vane Sir Francis Anderson Sir Joseph Craddocke Sir Christopher Musgrave Sir Henry Calverley Sir Ralph Carr Knights John Tempest Henry Lidle Henry Lambton William Bellases Christopher Vane John Clavenng Francis Bowes William Bowes John Parkhurst Thomas Craddocke William Blakiston William Stroder Nicholas Cole Ralph Davison Thomas Fetherstonhalgh Cuthbert Carr William Tempest Humphrey Wharton John Morland Thomas Carnaby Esquires Master Duke Allison Miles Stapleton George Morland Christopher Sanderson Clement Fulthorp Thomas Bellingam William Lambton Robert Wharton Baldwin Pitt John Jennison Thomas Wright John Jefferson James Mickelton William Davison William Orde of Beete John Fulthorpe John Jenkins William Lilbourne Henry Ewbancke Esquires Michaell Hall Gentleman The Maior of Durham for the time being The Maior of Stockton for the time being Master Alderman Hall Master Alderman Ducke Captaine Henry Barnes Master Walter Etricke Master Robert Smith Master William Wilson Master Pexall Foster Master James Cooke Master Robert Jackson Master Thomas Watson of Berwicke Thomas Hall Esquire Thomas Allenson [Gentlemen (fn. 13) ] Mr William Midford Mr Midleton.

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

Charles Lord Clifford Sonne and Heire apparent to the Earle of Burlington George Viscount Castleton of the Kingdome of Ireland Edward Lord Latimer Sonne and Heire apparent of Thomas Earle of Danby Henry Lord Fairefax of the Kingdome of Scotland Conyers Darcey Esquire Sir Henry Goodricke Sir Thomas Maleverer Sir John Reresby Sir John Kay Sir Thomas Armitage Sir Gilbert Gerrard Sir William Ingleby Sir Godfrey Copley Sir Edmond Wynn Sir Thomas Slingsby Sir George Cooke Sir William Franckland Baronets Sir Thomas Wharton Sir Gervas Cutler Sir John Hewley Sir John Dawney Sir William Lowther Sir William Wentworth Sir Edmond Jennings Sir Christopher Clapham Sir Henry Thompson Sir Ralph Knight Sir Thomas Yarbrough Sir Richard Weston Sir John Boynton Sir. William Dalston Sir Jonathan Jenings Sir Patience Ward Knights Phillip Wharton Thomas Fairefax Richarn Hutton Christopher Tankred John Ramsden Sir Walter Hawksworth Welbury Norton William Palmes Francis Nevill Denzell Onslow Walter Calverley Henry Eyre Sir James Long Baronet John Savile John Wentworth Bradwardin Tindall Francis Touljombe Thomas Vincent Willoughby Rokeby Francis Rersby William Lowther James Stockdale John Brilby Richard Washington William Ha[m]ond Thomas Yarbrough Walter Lister Henry Stapleton Arthur Ingram William Stockdale William Drake Inglebert Leeds Thomas Fairfax of Menston Cuthbert Wade John Stanhope William Ellis Charles Osborne Tobias Jenkins John Adams John Goodricke Roger Portington John Clarke John Garland Francis White John Lister George Thornhill Thomas Haber senior Ralph Lowther Miles Stanley Richard Beaumont Thomas Fawkes Henry Hitch William Roundle Henry Edmonds Thomas Gill Thomas Parker Thomas Dodson John Hatfield William Johnson Thomas Lister Lyonell Copley William Farrer Henry Marsden William Beckwith William Drake Henry Slingsby Francis Batty Thomas Jackson George Fothergill Thomas Craven Thomas Haber junior Jonathan Jennings Christopher Driffield Thomas Dawney John Ashton Richard Aldbrough Henry Arthington Everingham Cressey Thomas Rokeby Thomas Hasseltine Richard Sterne Thomas Wilkinson Anthony Hetcher John Lawson Lawrence Wharton Charles Richard Henry Cooke Esquires Walter Lacocke George Rason Wilfrid Lawson Cuthbert Chambers John Atkinson Richard Atkinson Gentlemen The Maior of Rippon for the time being The Maior of Doncaster for the time being The Maior of Pontefract for the time being The Maior of Leeds for the time being Richard Graham Francis Styreing Richard Roads Symon Warranor Gentlemen John Fountaine Thomas Ward Esquires William Dawson.

For the North Rideing in the said County of Yorke.

Edward Lord Morpeth Sonne and Heire apparent to the Earle of Carlisle Conyers Darcey Nicholas Sanderson Marmaduke Darcy Esquires Sir Christopher Wivill Sir Hugh Cholmley Sir Metcalfe Robinson Sir Gilbert Gerrard Sir Thomas Slingsby Sir David Foulis Sir William Franckland Sir John Lowther Sir Watkinson Payler Sir John Nappier Sir William Caley Sir George Marwood Sir Richard Grahme of Nunington Sir Richard Grahme of Norton Sir Christopher Wandesford Sir James Pennyman Sir James Long Sir John Hotham Sir John Brooke Sir Thomas Pennyman Baronets Sir Hugh Bethell Sir John Hewley Sir Marmaduke Dalton Sir Robert Peyton Sir Gervas Elwes Sir Edward Challoner Sir John Dawney Sir Phillip Howard Sir John Dalston Sir Henry Thompson of Marston Sir Henry Calverley Sir Barrington Bourchier Sir Robert Layton Knights Serjeant Turner James Darcy Phillip Darcy William Wivell William Leveson Gower Henry Marwood William Caley John Beverley Roger Beckwith Roger Talbott John Dodworth of [Warlis (fn. 14) ] Richard Peirse Barrington Bourchier George Smithson senior George Smithson junior Robert Watters of Cundall Francis Wivill Henry Guy Edward Croft William Thompson John Gibson senior Anthony Franckland Richard Shutleworth Constable Bradshaw Thomas Gower William Gower Humphrey Wharton Edward Hutchinson Reynald Grahme Charles Tankred Richard Sterne William Palmes Christopher Darcy Francis Thompson James Heblethwaite Thomas Hasle William Robinson James Mountaigne Edward Trotter Anthony Lowther John Ayscough John Lowther Timothy Maleverer Henry Thompson Thomas Worsley William Metcalfe Walter Lister Thomas Wayte Henry Crosland Charles Bellasis John Wivill Constable Bradshaw Mathew Anlaby Thomas Lassells Thomas Craddocke Walter Bethell Robert Wharton Esquires John Gibson junior Isaac Fairfax Thomas Wakefeild George Norton William Fielding James Morley John Chapman Roger Lee John Sampson William Trueman Thomas Fairfax Thomas Langley Thomas Jackson of Nunington Phillip Prince Towers Driffeild John Hill senior John Hill junior Robert Bushell Richard Ward George Smalwood Isaac Newton John Thomlinson Christopher [Peardhah (fn. 15) ] John Nary Robert Willy Gentleman Doctor Smith of Easby [The Maior of Easby (fn. 16) ] The Maior of Richmond for the time( (fn. 17) ) The Bayliffes of Scarborough for the time being and Tristam Fish and [Timoty (fn. 18) ] Ford for Scarborough aforesaid.

For the East Rideing in the said County of Yorke.

Charles Lord Clifford Sonne and Heire apparent to the Earle of Burlington Henry Lord Fairfax of the Kingdome of Scotland Sir John Hotham Sir Francis Boynton Sir Robert Hilliard Sir Watkinson Pailer Sir Thomas Rudston Sir John Legard Sir Henry St Quintin Sir Thomas Strickland Sir Gilbert Gerrard Baronets Sir Thomas Daniell Sir Thomas Remington Sir Hugh Bethell Sir William Cob Sir Ralph Wharton Sir Henry Thompson Sir Edward Bernard Sir Michaell Warton Sir Mathew Peirson Sir Stephen Thompson Knights Michaell Warton Sir John Hewley Knight Tobias Jenkins Robert Bucke Durand Hotham George Dawney John Lister Christopher Hilliard William Osbaldiston William Thompson John Hotham Henry Thompson Robert Southabby Richard Robinson Captaine Tomlinson Thomas Crompton Francis Tompson William Gee William Boynton Henry Guy Walter Bethell Robert Constable Richard Thompson Richard Thompson junior John Stapilton Phillip Saltmarsh John Clarke William Saint Quintin James Moiser Thomas Hesketh William Bethell James Heblethwaite Richard Remington Mathew Alured Esquires Thomas Alured Thomas Langley William Bernard William Blunt William Lewins Tobias Hodgson Edward Gray Ralph Higdon Richard Grahme Robert Hollis Ellis Cooper Robert Prickett William Ramsden Esquires The Maior of Beverley for the time being The Maior of Headon for the time being Sir Joseph Ash Baronet Richard Osbaldiston Esquire Gregory Creyke Esquire Edmond Howson Gentleman Edward Barnard Esquire.

For the Citty of Yorke and County of the same

The Lord Maior for the time being The Aldermen for the time being The Sheriffes for the time being Sir Thomas Slingsby Baronet Sir John Hewley Sir Stephen Thompson Knights John Turner George Prickett Thomas Rokeby James Moyser Henry Stapilton Thomas Hesletine Esquires Sir John Brooke Baronet Thomas Hutton William Roundell Richard Sterne Esquires Robert Waller Phillip Prince John Swaile Walter Lacocke Gentlemen Henry Watkinson Doctor of Lawes.

For the Towne and County of Kingston upon Hull.

The Maior and Aldermen for the time being The Recorder for the time being Lemuell Kingdon Esquire The Sheriffe of the said Towne and County for the time being Christopher Hilliard Robert Hollis Esquires The Wardens of Trinity-House for the time being Will : Ramsden Merchant Edmond Popple John Lister John Field Robert Mason Will: Hayes Gentlemen Anthony Iveson Andrew Rakes Robert Bernard Gilead Gough Robert Legard Phillip Seaman Will: Legard William Carleton John Blanchard William Idle Thomas Clayton Joseph Ellis Hugh Fodle Thomas Coates Richard Grey.

For the County of Essex

Rob: Bertie Bainister Mainard Rich : Barrett Will: Mainard Esquires Sir Harbotle Grimston Master of the Rolls Sir William Scroggs Lord Cheife Justice of England Sir John Barrington Knight and Baronet Sir John Cotton Sir William Appleton Sir Benjamin Ayliffe Sir Francis Massam Sir William Hicks Sir Andrew Jenour Sir Will: Wiseman Sir Thomas Knightingall Sir Richard Everard Baronets Sir Capell Luckin Knight and Baronet Sir Thomas Abdy Knight and Baronet Sir William Wiseman Knight and Baronet Sir Martin Lumley Sir Francis Lawley Sir John Abdy Sir Gervas Elwes Sir Benjemin Wright Sir James Rushout Sir Thomas Garrett Sir Edward Smith Sir Phillip Mathews Sir Robert Smith Sir Thomas Rich Baronets Sir Francis Leake Knight and Baronet Sir Rich : Browne Knight and Baronet Sir John Brampston Knight of the Bath Sir Thomas Litleton Sir William Adams Sir Josiah Childe Baronets Sir Henry Clerke Sir Richard Wiseman Sir Anthony Browne Sir Mundeford Brampston Sir Thomas Meeres Sir Richard Everard Sir John Shaw Sir William Hicks junior Sir Thomas Fanshaw Sir William Holcroft Sir Gobart Barrington Sir Eliab Harvey Sir Edward Turner Sir Edward Farmer Sir Marke Guyon Sir Thomas Midleton Sir John Peake Sir Michaell Hicks Sir James Smith Sir Richard Piggett Sir Robert Rich Sir Robert Cleyton Sir Francis Brampston Knights Trestram Conyers Serjeant at Law Samuell Grimston Richard Somers Thomas Meade Robert Cheeke Thomas Cheeke Peter Soames Henry Mildmay John Wroth Robert Clerke Oliver Raymond Thomas Argoll John Symonds William Glascocke John Fanshaw John Lemott Honeywood Thomas Bowes John Morris Aurelius Piercie Wiseman William Dawtice William Mainard of Walthamstow John Tindall Thomas Luther Thomas Turner John Turner William Humphreville John Penington Thomas Robertes Will: Appleton John Bernours Esquires Robert Wood Doctor of Law Richard Kerby William Commins Edward Bullocke John Higham Robert Bateman Francis Mildmay Thomas Smith Robert Mildmay senior Robert Mildmay junior Henry Wight Samuell Hare Alexander Prescott William Pert John Everard Brabazon Aylemer Thomas Weeley William Vernon Henry Glascocke William Palmer Cuthbert Martine Roger James Francis Bradbury Henry Ayliffe Giles Dent Richard Stanes William Gore Mundeford Brampston Anthony Gobbolt John Eldred junior John Eldred senior 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 Chesholl Robert Sheffeild Charles Hancocke Edward Rudge Thomas Kiny Thomas Talcott Thomas Bland George Gent Edward Passhall Robert Cole Francis Leeke William Wade Hoynes Burley Zachariah Gee Orlando Gee George Jeames William Harris John Refney Jeremiah Lacy, Thomas Cullom Henry Southcott Richard Collins Richard Godbolt Charles Wale Richard Hyde Edward Thorowgood John Austine Josuah Gallard Thomas [Dawtree (fn. 19) ] John Greene Gamaliell Cappell Samuell Vincent John Parsons John Kirke Ralph Griffeild Francis Thompson William [Motfinfield (fn. 20) ] Mott Councellour at Law John [Pashall (fn. 21) ] Esquires Thomas Stringer Nathaniell Rich Waldron of Noleshill Kempt of Spainshall John Barnish John Tendring of Rivenhall William Scott Edward Stubbings William Cloyton Martine Carter Nicholas Jekill Timothy Felton George Wale John Sarle of Eping Charles Wale [ (fn. 22) ] Walden John Marshall Gentlemen.

For the Burrough of Maulden.

Phillip Rawling Samuell Pond Gentlemen Bayliffes Sir William Wiseman Knight and Baronet Alderman Sir John Brampston Knight of the Bath High Steward Mondeford Brampston Esquire Recorder Anthony Brampston Esquire Abell Fawkes Gentleman Robert Jennings Gentleman William Vernon Esquire John Cockerill Gentleman Aldermen Sir Richard Wiseman Knight Robert Page Thomas Coe Peter Robjent Michaell [Cooker (fn. 23) ] Ezekiell Finch John Harreson Gentlemen Christopher Jaggard Thomas Futt William Allen John Pond John Helmes John Sparhawke Capitall Burgesses.

For the Burrough of Colchester

Sir Harbotle Grimston Baronet Master of the Rolls and Steward Sir Walter Clarges Baronet Samuell Regnolds Thomas Talcott William Mott John Shaw John Reyner Ralph Creffeild Henry Lambe William Moore Jonathan Merry William Flanner George Hammon Nathaniell Lawrence Esquires Joseph Thurston Thomas Ruse John Rebow Andrew Fromantell Thomas Greene Samuell Mott and Alexander Hindmers Gentlemen Sir John Shaw Knight Sergeant at Law.

For the County of Gloucester

The Honourable William Gregory Serjeant at Law Speaker of the House of Commons 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 His Majesties Justices of the Court of Common Pleas George Mountague Esquire Sir Charles Berkley Sir Henry Capell Knights of the Bath Sir William Coventry Knight Henry Powle Esquire Sir Bainham Throckmorton Knight and Baronet Sir William Hicks Sir Richard Ashfield Sir Henry Fredericke Thynne Sir Richard How Sir Richard Francklin Sir William Juxon Sir William Kyte Sir Francis Russell Sir John Guise Sir John Newton Sir John Furse Sir Richard Cox Sir Robert Cann Sir Ralph Dutton Sir Thomas Price Sir Edward Bathurst Baronets Sir Francis Fane Knight of the Bath Sir William Catchmaid Sir Edmond Bray Sir Robert Southwell Sir Michaell Hicks Sir Thomas Stephens Sir Thomas Overbury Sir Gabriell Lowe Sir Robert Atkins junior Sir John Poynts Sir Scroope How Sir Duncome Colchester Sir Fleetwood Dormer Sir Robert Guning Knights Evan Seys Sergeant at Law John Grabham Howe Henry Norwood Thomas Thynne Richard How William Cooke Thomas Master John Winter Thomas Escourt Reginald Bray Robert Codrington William Trye Miles Sandys Robert Codrington junior John Higford John Dennis John Bridgeman John Chamberlaine William Bourchier Thomas Chester Nathaniell Stephens John Stephens Robert Pleydell William Leidgh William Stratford Thomas Horton George Pitt John Sackvile John Delabere Thomas Barrow Edward Rich Anthony Samback Benjamin Barrett Thomas Jennings Thomas Vele William Stratford William Cope William Morgan David Williams Robert Bromage Theophilus Leigh Thomas Marryot William Selwin John Smith Miles Rattur Andrew Barker James Stephens John Buise Robert Loggan John Meredeth Richard Baudgh. Thomas Smith Philip Shepheard Richard Norwood Robert Oldsworth William Oldsworth John Robbins Edward Smith William Guyse James George Rowland Wood Joseph Knight Thomas Stephens of [Lipgard (fn. 24) ] junior William Woseley Henry Symes John Dowle Christopher Cole John Holmes Paul Foley James Hawkins William Player Poole Paunchfoote William Hale John Langley Nicholas Vele Thomas Cutler James Thinne Henry Brett Esquires Francis Creswicke John Seymour Thomas Rawlins Joseph Creswicke Henry Heylin John Coles John Stafford William Dowdeswell Henry Izard Thomas Browne of Cortslaen Richard Browne John Browne of Norton Robert Lingen John Hunger Samuell Astrey Hugh Browne Richard Jones of Hanham Richard Hart Paul Dowdswell Thomas Wise John Driver John Driver junior Edward Nott junior William Banister John Pates William Gouglis Edmond Maddocke John Pryor Edward Matcher Christopher Woodyard Thomas Pyrke George Bond Thomas Nanfan Conway Whitterne John Dobbins Robert Porter The Bayliffes of Tewksbury for the time being Sergeant Rawlins Andrew Wansleyes Henry Dighton Esquire John Marriett Robert Lingon the younger Gentlemen William George Theophilus Leigh Paull Dodwell William Guyse of Ablodscourt Esquires.

For the Citty and County of the City of Gloucester.

The Honourable William Gregory Serjeant at Law Speaker of the Honourable House of Commons John Wagstaffe Maior of the said Citty and the Maior for the time being Evan Seyes Serjeant at Law William Cooke Esquire Sir ?uncombe Colchester Knight Robert Fielding Doctor in Phisicke Henry Norwood William Selwin Capell Hanbury George Brett William Capell Thomas Browne Esquires Henry Fowler William Russell Aldermen John Powell Esquire Anthony Arnold Lawrence Singleton James Stephens Thomas Pierce Gentlemen John Gittins John Rogers Thomas Aram John Webb Robert Halford Aldermen Thomas Lugg Nicholas Webb William Scudamore Toby Langford William Hodges Robert Longden Francis Singleton Daniell Leysons Thomas Lloyd Thomas Pury Thomas Snell Gentlemen Benjamin Hyett, Thomas Milles Sheriffes and the Sheriffes for the time being.

For the County of Hereford

The Honourable William Gregory Sergeant at Law Speaker of the House of Commons John Lord Viscount Scudamore of the Kingdome of Ireland Sir John Kyrle Sir William Powell Sir John Morgan Sir John Scudamore Sir John Holman Sir Herbert Crofts 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 Perrett Knights Sir John Payne, The Right Honourable Sir John Ernley Knight Chauncellor of the Exchequer and one of His Majestyes most Honourable Privy Councill Sir John Hoskins Sir Francis Winington Knights Udall Tomkins High Sheriffe of the said County Thomas Thynne Thomas Cornwall of Staplcton Castle Somerset Fox Francis Charleton Thomas Price Humphrey Cornwall John Birch Herbert Westphaling Thomas Co[m]ningsby of Hampton Court Wallop Brabbason Walter Pye Robert Pye John Scudamore of Kenchurch Herbert Awbery Richard Reede Thomas Cox James Pitts Edward Cornwall John Skipp Edward Freeman Richard Hopton Bridstocke Harfford Paul Foley. Thomas Geeres Humphrey Baskervile John Arnold Henry Milbourne John Barnaby of Brockhampton John Booth of Letton William Lambe John Nourse Robert Rodd George Skipp Marshall Bridges Younger Cooke Thomas Baskerville of Earsley Francis Pember of Elsden Edwin Skinnester Richard Williams of Cathalva Ambrose Elton Thomas Delahay of Urrisha Francis Pember of Newport Thomas Duppa Richard Barnaby of Brockhampton Robert Cornwall John Darnell Ferdinando Gorges Bridstocke Harfford Doctor of Phisicke James Lloyd of Kingston John Vaughan of Hargest John Williams John Parrey of Dewlasse Thomas Delahay of Alterianis Edward Jones of Langwarne James Gregory Will: Daresey senior Esquires James Rawlins Bennet Hoskins of Pennython William Guillim of Langston George Carver of Buttus Samuell Birch of Whitbourne Anthony Rowden Nicholas Walwin Richard Walwyn of Hellens Martin Sandis of Cradley John Booth of Branton Gentlemen Lemuell Kingdon Jeremiah Bubb Richard Guillam Robert Dobbins Esquires William Mathews Gent. William Dancy of Litle Hereford Esquire William Westphaling Gent. Herbert Masters Esquire Thomas Howorth of Whitehouse Gent Thomas Wigmore Gent Thomas Berrington of Bishopstone John James Higgons James John Kirle of Rosse Esquires William Broome Gent. John Goodier of Burrop Esquire Essex Sherbourn Edward Broughton of Kington Thomas Carpenter of Tylington Gentlemen Edward Lloyd of Batch Esquire Henry Hyett Francis Geores of Garmons Gentlemen.

For Lemster

The Bayliffe of the Burrough of Lemster for the time being John Dutton Colt James Pitts Esquires John Tomkins Peter Dancer Gent. William Bowdler Esquire John Powell James Hereford Esquire John Whittington of Hampton William Bassell of Ledbury James Winstone of Blackmore John Carver of Upton William Bridges Gentlemen Giles Bridges of Wilton Esquire John Whittington of Lemster Edward Hayes Sampson Edwards of Lemster Gentlemen Richard Marrot Thomas Bridges of Bosbury James Good Gentlemen.

For the Citty of Hereford

The Honourable William Gregory Serjeant at Law Speaker of the House of Commons The Maior for the time being John Lord Viscount Scudamore of the Kingdome of Ireland Bridstocke Harfford Paul Foley Herbert Westphaleing Thomas Price Esquires Bridstocke Harfford Doctor of Phisicke Robert Symonds Thomas Homes Thomas Clerke Thomas Panard Doctor John Harfford Thomas Bond Hugh Rodd Thomas Symonds Edward Rodd Richard Williams Roger Bolcock John Cooke William Maylerd Abraham Seward Richard Wadley Thomas Mathewes John Abrahall James Price Lyson Thomas Nicholas Philpotts senior John Rodd John Williams senior Edmond Weaver Richard Goure, Thomas Clarke junior John Barnes Gent..

For the County of Hertford

Sir Harbotle Grimston Master of the Rolls Sir Richard Francklin Knight and Baronet Sir John Mounson Knight of the Bath Sir Thomas Leventhorpe Sir John Reede Sir Richard Spencer Sir John Wittewrong Sir Richard Anderson Sir Jonathan Keate Sir John Awstin Sir William Gostwicke Sir Robert Joselin Sir Richard Atkins Sir William Lemon Sir Benjamin Maddox Sir Edmond Anderson Baronets Sir Phillip Boteler Knight of the Bath Sir John Gore Sir Francis Boteler Sir Henry Blount Sir William Glascocke Sir Edward Alson Sir Francis Leigh Sir Charles Cesar Sir Henry Tulse Sir John Watts Sir Humphrey Gore Sir Thomas Byde Sir William Litton Sir John Boteler Sir Charles Cleaver Sir Robert Viner Sir Ralph Ratcliffe Sir Robert Dacres Sir Robert Peyton Sir Benjamine Titchbourne Sir George Walker Henry Mounson Samuell Grimston Sylas Tytus William Hale Thomas Lewis John Garrard Thomas Doewra Andrew Fountaine Richard Harrison Richard Francklin Ralph Freeman Thomas Priestly Thomas Pope Blount James Wittewrong Mathew Bluck Richard Goulston Henry Guy Thomas Weeden Thomas Cowley James Goulston William Edmonds Nicholas Miller Skinner Byde Thomas Arris Doctor in Phisicke George Cooper Edward Atkins Arthur Palter Henry Baldwin Francis Shalcrosse Thomas Stanley Thomas Moncke Thomas Chatterton Edward Wingate John Gape senior Thomas Carpenter Daniell Sheldon Thomas Atkins Perkins Thomas Field George Nodes George Loe Edward Watts Richard Crofts Thomas Halsey James Willimot Edward Chester William Hutchinson John King Edward Briscoe senior Edward Briscoe junior William Greenhill Charles Blount William Cotton Henry Childe John Eccleston Edmond Smith John Briscoe Ralph Gore Robert Robotham John Fotherley Edmond Prideaux Thomas Nicholl of Bushey Thomas Saunders Henry Chauncey Anthony Farringdon John Weatherhead George Hadley George Throckmorton Marmaduke Rawden senior Henry Dunstar William Nuce Reeves of Aston Josuah Lomax John Ellis Thomas Aram Henry Meaux Marmaduke Rawden junior Francis King Rowland Litton George Nedham Thomas Bird Thomas Arris Alexander Weld William Pecke Humphrey Hall William Crowley John Pigott Esquires Maior of Hertford for the time being.

For the Towne of Saint Albans.

William Marston Maior Sir Harbotle Grimston ( (fn. 25) ) Master of the Rolls Samuell Grimston Thomas Pope Blount John Gape Esquires Doctor Arris Sir John Simpson Recorder Robert Robatham Charles Blount William Cotton Anthony Farrington Esquires Thomas Cowley John New John Doggatt Thomas Hayward William Oxten Thomas Eccleston John New junior Aldermen John Ellis Josuah Lomax Esquires Thomas Arris Robert Pemberton John Gape junior Lewis Montgomery Stephen Adams Thomas Crosfeild Gentlemen.

For the County of Huntingdon.

Ralph Montague George Montague Sydney Wortley Esquires Sir Francis Compton Knight Sir John Cotton. Sir John Hewett Sir Thomas Proby Sir John Bernard Baronets Sir Nicholas Pedley Sir Lionell Walden Knights Robert Appreece John Cotton John Stone Silas Tytus John Dryden Charles Cesar Esquires Alderman Backwell Nicholas. Pedley Lyonell Walden Richard Naylor John Ferrar John Trice Anthony Hamond John Bigg Richard Elmes Castell Sherrard Esquires Richard Winde Symon Mason junior William Naylor Robert Clarke John Mason William Moseley Robert Caveney Gentlemen William Conyers Thomas Audley Lewis Ethwingthon Esquires.

For the Towne of Huntington.

Sydney Wortley Esquire Sir John Cotton Sir John Bernard Baronets Sir Nicholas Pedley Sir Lyonell Walden Knights The Maior for the time being Nicholas Pedley Lyonell Walden Esquires William Fulwood Doctor in Phisicke Samuell Pont Richard Astre James Facreside William Dowse Aldermen.

For the County of Kent

Phillip Viscount Strangford of the Kingdome of Ireland Lewis Watson Esquire Sir Vere Fane Knight of the Honourable Order of the Bath John Tufton Richard Tufton Sackvile Tufton Esquires Sir Thomas Twisden Sir William Wilde one of the Justices of the Kings Bench Sir Phillip Howard Knight Sir William Twisden Sir Edward Hales Sir Henry Palmer Sir Richard Meredith Sir Edward Deereing Sir Thomas Peyton Sir Oliver Butler Sir Norton Knatchball Sir John Tufton Sir John Raney Sir Robert Hales Baronets William Viscount Downe of Ireland Sir Stephen Leonard Sir Humphrey Miller Sir John Marsham Sir Marmaduke Gresham Sir John Bancks Sir William Honeywood Sir Robert Bernham Sir Thomas Pierce Sir Nathaniell Powell Sir John Austin Sir Thomas Selyard Sir Anthony Archer Sir Henry Oxenden Knight and Baronet Sir James Oxenden Sir Francis Clarke Sir Thomas Godfrey Sir Thomas Engham Sir Phillip Warwicke Sir John Darrell Sir Thomas Scott Sir Thomas Culpeper Sir Theophilus Biddulph Baronet Sir William Wiseman Knight and Baronet Sir James Rushout 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 Hardresse His Majestyes Serjeant at Law Edward Hale of Tunstall Esquire John Strode Esquire Leiutenant of Dover Castle John Boyse of Fredvill Thomas Hales of Beakborne John Cropley Thomas Crispe of Queakes Thomas Hardresse Walter Breames Christopher Vane James Masters of Langden Esquires James Masters of Yokes Thomas Turner William Rooke Henry Oxenden of Brookes Herbert Randolph Nicholas Tooke of Goddington Henry Thornhill of Allanty Thomas Knatchball James Brockman Edward Hales Richard Hulse John Nayler Robert Lewkner Peter Hamond John Moyle of Buckwell Zouch Brockman Phillip Warwicke Thomas Flood Anthony Irby Esquire Edward Gresham Sir George Curtis Thomas Knatchball Richard Wilkinson Thomas Mun Ralph Bufkin Walter [Franckin (fn. 26) ] Richard Marsh Thomas English Thomas Harlackenden Captaine John Clarke Richard Duke William Maddox The Maior of Rochester for the time being Richard Manley Esquire Sir Richard Head Baronet John Boys Esquire John du Boys Sir Charles Bickerstaffe Knight Francis Barrell Serjeant at Law Sir Thomas Stiles Baronet Sir Arnold Breames Thomas Marley Thomas Brewer Samuell Boise Phillip Packer George Polhell Henry Gilborne Marke Cotle Esquires John Hyde Sir William Hooker Knight Norton Curtis Edward Curtis Robert Heath Francis Heath John Eveling Sir Eliab Harvey Knight Thomas Papillon of Acreridge William Swan Thomas Selyard Christopher Allison Esquires Ralph Petley John Bridger Francis Farnaby George Gifford Paul Epps Robert Clerkson Sir John Williams Humphrey Withwicke Sir Anthony Maney Thomas Petley Esquire John Sydney James Thurbone Sir John Henden Knight Sir Robert Honeywood Knight William Hamond of Saint Albane Esquire William Campion Sir Purbecke Temple Edward Grace Gentleman William Dyke Esquires Thomas Andrewes Edward Gulston Reynald Peckham Edward Short Robert Austin Richard Breton Sir Henry Boswell Knight Mr Henry Sandis Sir Percivall Hart Edward Manning Esquire Sir John Shaw Baronet Michaell Chidwicke Piercy Goreing Roger Paine Esquire Sir Robert Faunce Knight Sir Nicholas Strode Archibald Clincard Edward Deereing William Kingsley Edwin Wyatt Cresheld Draper George Duke Esquire Samuell Plumer John Cooke Sir Francis Leigh Thomas Fane Esquire [Sir (fn. 27) ] Julius Deeds Charles Wheeler John Marsham Esquires Mr Thomas Gombledon John Plummer Esqq[uire] Henry Frere Esquire Thomas Gifford Edward King Richard Mathewes John Conney Henry Sherman Bartholimew Gentlemen Francis Leake Esquire James Codd Thomas Hooper Esquire Edmond Steed of Bidenden William Ash Esquire Sir John Cutler Knight and Baronet Peter Godfrey Esquire The Bayliffe of Rumney Marsh for the time being John Bugen The Ependiters of Rumney Marsh for the time being John Bloome Henry Parker George Cooper Esquires The Maior of Maidstone for the time being Christopher May James Cripps James Paine John Murall Gentlemen Sir John Fagg Baronet Roger Twisden Daniell White Esquires Francis Withens, Sir Phillip Honeywood John Smith of Chaell Esquire Captaine Gracian Linch Captaine Courtop John Ady Christopher Mason Richard Hopkins Esquire Paul Barrett Esqq[uire] William Lambard Richard Bettenson John Thurborne William Hugeson Gideon de Laune Nathaniell Darrell John Percivall Robert Cage Mathew Tomlinson John Butler Edward Nutt Esquires Nicholas Cooke Gent. Thomas Brett of Wye Sir Thomas Culpeper of Ailesford Henry Marsh Jeffery Boise Edward Boise Thomas Toke Samuell Short John Cason Esquire Peter Lancaster John Maskall Thomas Napleton Dr William Jacob James Bate George Elcocke Thomas Fitch Esquires Nicholas Miller Stephen Leonard Esquire William Watton Peter Courthop Gentlemen Robert Gibbon Edward Deereing John Whitfield Robert Smith Esquire Anthony Nowers Wortley Whorwood Charles Bargrave Samuell Curtis John Lemott Honeywood Esquire George Atkins Gent. Sir Thomas Robarts Baronet Edward Diggs Esquire William Boise John Relfe William Peachy Gent. Thomas Dyos Esqq[uire].

For the Citty and County of Canterbury.

The Maior for the time being Sir Edward Master Knight Sir Thomas Hardresse His Majestyes Serjeant at Law Recorder Edward Hales Esquire William Jacob Doctor in Phisicke Vincent Denne Thomas Turner Paul Barrett William Mann Edward Nutt Esquires Captaine Hilles Beverton Esquire Thomas Elwin Captaine William Watson John Lott Aldermen Thomas Enfield Israell Jacob Edward Hyrst John Bridges Gentlemen William Rooke Esqq[uire].

For the Towne and Port of Sandwich

The Maior for the time being John Thurburne Water Bayliffe James Thurburne Esquire Phineas Eldwood John Verrier Jeffery Wells Jeffery Sackett Peter Nowell Edward Fellowes Bartholimew Combes John Haward Sir James Oxenden.

For the Towne and Port of Dover.

The Maior for the time being Walter Breames Esqq[uire] William Stokes John Matson Doctor John Golder George West William Richards John Bullocke Nicholas Cullen Charles Valey Nathaniell Denee Fredericke de Vincke Simon Yorke Thomas Tyddeman Esquire Thomas Scott John Ford Thomas Rayworth Abraham Stocke Edward Lowell Thomas Underdowne.

For the Towne and Port of Rumney.

The Maior for the time being Peter Lancaster Thomas Brett John Mascall John Hunt Thomas Freebody Thomas Durrant Daniell Gadsby William Ward.

For the Towne and Port of Hith.

The Maior for the time being Robinson Beane Julius Deeds Esquire William Knight Elias Bassett George Thurburne Henry Read John Brewer.

For the Towne of Fordwich.

The Maior for the time being Thomas Norton Samuell Short James Baron Esqq[uire].

For the Towne of Feversham

The Maior for the time being Robert Watson Esquire Marke Trouts Thomas Southerest Thomas Napleton Simon Steede Thomas Lowthon Joseph Edwards Master Waterman.

For the Towne of Folkeston.

The Maior for the time being Edward Francklin Miles Jacob Captaine Jenkin.

For the Towne of Lidd

The Bayliffe of Lidd for the time being John Bateman John Barton William Sudell Henry [Porter (fn. 28) ] William Glover Humphrey Lee.

For the Towne of Tenderden

The Maior for the time being Sir Edward Hales Robert Austin Esquire Edward Short Peter Short junior John Plummer Samuell Curtis Charles Bargrave.

For the County of Lancaster.

Sir Robert Carr Knight and Baronet Chauncellor of the County Palatine of Lancaster Charles Earle of Ancram of the Kingdome of Scotland Charles Gerrard Esquire William Spencer senior Esquire Henry Booth Esquire Sir Charles Houghton Sir John Molineux Sir Robert Bindlos Sir Ralph Ashton of Whaley Sir Ralph Ashton of Midleton Sir Richard Standish Baronets Sir Roger Bradshaw senior High Sheriffe of the County Palatine of Lancaster Sir Peter Brooke Sir John Arderne Sir Jeffery Shackerley Sir Thomas Stringer Sir Edward Chisenhall Sir Jervas Elwes Sir John Otway Sir Roger Bradshaw junior Knights Edward Rigby Serjeant at Law Thomas Hesketh Richard Kirkby Richard Harrison Roger Nowell Edward Fleetewood Christopher Bannester Henry Farrington James Holt Thomas Preston Lawrence Raresthron Nicholas Towneley John Parker of Extwisley Daniell Fleming Curwin Rawlinson Miles Dodding William Kirkby Thomas Braddyll Alexander Rigby of Midleton Alexander Rigby of Layton Alexander Rigby of Aspull Thomas Norris Christopher Parker Henry Sclatter Richard Leigh Richard Fleetewood of Rossall Peter Bold Alexander Nowell Thomas Powler Edward Herle John Halsted of Banckhouse Adam Byrom Robert Hesketh James Duckenfield John Entwisle John Risley Jeffery Holcroft Edward Ogle Henry Houghton John Ashton William Hutton Thomas Greenhalgh William Helme of Kirsley Richard Shutleworth Richard Atherton William Spencer [senior (fn. 29) ] Edward Wilson senior Edward Wilson junior The Maior of Lancaster for the time being Thomas Cole Christopher Carus Esquires William Fleming William Knipe John Hodgson George Tomlinson Thomas Foster Josua Partington William Waller Francis Medcalfe John Kirkby Gentlemen Edward Warren junior John Warren Alexander Johnson Esquires The Maior of Preston for the time being George Pigot Christopher Greenfield Thomas Pallen Thomas Whittingham Esquires William Langton Gentleman Captaine Ralph Langworth George Sharples James Lowde Thomas Hodgkinson Thomas Winckley Gentlemen Doctor Cuerden William Wall John Kellett William Lemmon Luke Hodgkinson Gentlemen Thomas Parker George Halstead Richard Ashton of Cuerdall Ralph Livesy Christopher Wilkinson Thomas Lacy Thomas Holden Henry Marsden Esquires The Bayliffes of Clitherowe for the time being Edward Rishton William Apleton Peers Starkey William Crombock John Lister William Yates Abraham Townley Robert Hammond Nicholas Cownliffe Ambrose Barcroft Gentlemen Richard Brooke Hugh Cooper John Crosse Stephen Radley Peter Adlington Esquires Edward Diccenson William Wilson of Timley Gentlemen Edward Dobson John Ashhurst Edward Hyrle, Will: Bancks William Daniell Esquires The Maior of Wigan for the time being The Maior of Leverpoole for the time being Silvester Richmond Oliver Lyme John Chandler Thomas Bricksteth John Bretherton Paul Moreau Robert Roper Nicholas Fezakerley Thomas Turner Alexander. Radcliffe John Widdowes Richard Moleneux of Hawkley Thomas Johnson Peter Lurting James Vernon Gentlemen. Alexander Butterworth Leonard Edgerton John Hartley Edward Moseley James Lightboone Esquires William Hulme of Davis Hulme Esquire Oswald Moseley Roger Kenion Ralph Browne William Worthington James Chetham of Jurton James Chetham of Smedley Edward Osbaldeston John Hopwood Thomas Leven Richard Holte Esquires Ralph Eddowes William Lee John Birch of Urdsall Richard Persivall Thomas Williamson Thomas Wright Leonard Nowell Arthur Ashton Edward Robinson Gentlemen John Asheton Esqq[uire].

For the County of Leicester.

Rowland Browne Esquire High Sheriffe of the County of Leicester Thomas Lord Beaumont of the Kingdome of Ireland The Honourable John Gray Esquire Sir George Villiers Bennet Lord Sherrard of the Kingdome of Ireland Sir Wolstan Dixie Sir Lewis Palmer Sir Henry Hudson Sir John Lowther Sir Edward Smith Sir Henry Beaumont Sir Thomas Hesilrigge [Sir Thomas Barton (fn. 30) ] Sir Thomas Meeres Baronets Sir William Hartopp Sir William Ellis. Sir William Halford Sir Thomas Dolman Knights Thomas Caldicott John Hartopp John Crew Samuell Cotton William, Beaumont John Stafford William Whaley Roger Roe Christopher Packe William Skevington Phillip Sherrard William Villiers William Faunt Jeffery Palmer Richard Lister John de la Fountaine Richard Brudnell William Woleston Beaumont Dixie Richard Verner Thomas Boothby [William Boothby (fn. 31) ] Thomas Babington Henry Kendall Saint John Bennet John Hackett William Stayely William Cole Thomas Pochin William Streete Walter Budings Stanhope Whaley George Pochin Henry Hastings George Ashby Jeremiah Dove Nathan Wright George Hewitt Cassibulan Burton William Bale Esquires William Trimnell Theophilus Bernard Richard Bradgate Henry Farnham John Bainebrigg John Fowler Gentlemen Mathew Johnson Alexander Hansell John Needham Richard Roberts Esquires Francis Needham Robert Bernard Thomas Hood Francis Chamberlaine William Bainbrigge John Benskin John Barwell Gentlemen.

For the Burrough of Leicester.

Phillip Abney Maior and the Maior for the time being John Cley Francis Noble William Alsop William Southwell Andrew Freeman William Deane Robert Hartshorne George Beckett Edmond Sutton Aldermen John Herrick Edward Palmer senior Edward Browne William Major Lawrence Carter William Billers Robert Somerfield John Daintree Mathew Simons Jonathan Cooke William Warburton senior James Ludlam senior [Thomas Wrightman John Morris (fn. 32) ] Doctor John Harrison Nathaniell Tapper William Ward Marmian Gee Edward Billers.

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

George Lord Viscount Castleton of the Kingdome of Ireland Robert Lord Willoughby Sonne and Heire apparent of the Earle of Lindsey Bennett Lord Sherrard of the Kingdome of Ireland Robert Pierpoint Peregrine Bertie Richard Bertie Charles Bertie Sir Robert Carr Knight and Baronet Chauncellour of the Dutchy and County Palatine of Lancaster Sir Francis Fane Knight of the Bath William Mountague Lord Cheife Baron Sir John Munson Sir Thomas Hussey Sir John Newton Sir John Browneloe Sir Robert Markham Sir William Hickman Sir Richard Rothwell Sir Christopher Wray Sir Humphrey Winch Sir Carr Scroope Baronets Sir William Ellis Serjeant at Law Sir William Ellis Baronet [Sir Richard Cust Baronet (fn. 33) ] Sir John Bennet Knight of the Bath Sir Thomas Meeres Knight Sir John Moreton Sir Edward Ascough Sir Henry Massingbeard Sir Thomas Skipwith Serjeant at Law Sir Drayner Massingberd Sir William Yorke Sir Charles Dimmocke Sir Christopher Clapham Sir Christopher Nevell Sir Edmond Turner Knights Sir Henry Heron Knight of the Bath Sir William Humble Baronet Sir Anthony Irby Knight Henry Savile Esqq[uire] Henry Mounson William Hyde Rutland Sanderson Thomas Hatcher William Marwood William Godfrey Charles Pelham Charles Sanderson William Broxholme Henry Fane William Lister Richard Ryley Thomas Farmer Edward Payne John Sanders Redmaine Burrell William Welby Lister Tighe John Newton Francis Stringer Anthony Palmer Charles Bawdes Pury Cust Esquires The Maior Six senior Aldermen and Recorder of the Citty of Lincolne for the time being The Maior of Grimsby for the time being The Maior of Boston for the time being The Alderman of Grantham for the time being The Maior of Stamford for the time being The Warden of Lowth for the time being Sir John Oldfield Baronet Edward Curtis of Stamford John Palmer senior of Stamford Gentlemen Montague Cholmley William Troloppe William Savill Stephen Rothwell Peregrine Bucke Richard Pell George Sanderson Stephen Mason George Healy Thomas Cox Thomas Ellis Ludrington of Brassebrigg John Browne of Laughton Robert Sleeford Esquires John Cocke of Skendle by Thorpe Darcy Stanhope George Farmery Edward Turney Robert Sanderson Marmaduke Dorrell William Fitzwilliams George Newell George Midlemore Charles Woolley Christopher Pym Thomas Hall Francis Grantham Vincent Grantham Christopher Berisford Bevercotes Cornwallis Anthony Ayrr John Butler John Eley George Nevill George Whichcott Bishop John Jay Francis Corie of Sutton Cooley of Dinnington Gambling of Moulton Henry Hall of Dinnington Henry Stone Anthony Williams Robert Lameing Thomas Harrington Esquires Miles Long Augustine Caudron Cornelius Hall Edward Browne Gentlemen Anthony Irby Esquire Samuell Browne John Bolt William Wilson John Dimpson Adlard Welby David Boneale Henry Burrell Esquire Bevill Wimberley Israell Jackson Richard Calcroft of Grantham Richard Milner Richard Cracroft John Tooley Gentlemen Richard Holley of Grantham Nathaniell Hobson Bishop of Heniswell Lake of Norton Charles Harvey of Norton William Howell Doctor of Lawes Edward Sturton Doctor of Phisicke John Shaw Gentleman William Dickenson John Burton of Spalding John Eeley Edward Melthorpe John Boswell Charles Newcomen George Knight George Lucas Esquire Sigesmond Trafford Charles Radley William Thompson of Roxham John Towne of Sudbrooke George Langton [Christopher Clayton [and (fn. 34) ] James Langton (fn. 33) ] Gilbert Standish of Durrington Robert Fisher William Popell John Smith William Hooton William Marwood junior Robert Sands Thomas Coventry James Harrington William Hall of Lincolne Nicholas Smith Francis Ascoughe Thomas Ascoughe John Treeston George Fairfax Robert Perkins of Grantham John Rossiter John Greene senior Ashton of Grantham Captaine Topham of Deeping Saint James Robert Hurst Edward Webb Councellor at Law William Byfield Joseph Edmonds Esquire Thomas Tulston of Cathorpe Gilbert Berry William Leach of Gentlemen.

For the Citty of London

The Right Honourable Sir James Edwards Lord Maior and the Lord Maior for the time being Sir William Wilde Knight and Baronet Sir Richard Chiverton Knight and Alderman 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 George Waterman Sir Robert Hanson Sir William Hooker Knights and Aldermen [Sir Robt Viner Knt & Bar[one]t Sir Joseph Sheldon Sir Tho: Davis Sir Francis Chaplin Knts & Aldermen (fn. 33) ] Sir George Jeffereys Knight Recorder and the Recorder for the time being Sir Robert Clayton Sir Patience Ward Sir John Moore Sir William Pritchard Sir Henry Tulse Sir James Smith Sir Nathaniell Herne Sir Robert Jefferyes Sir John Shorter Sir Thomas Gould Sir, William Rawstorne Knights, and Aldermen Sir Richard Howe Sir John Chapman Knights and Sheriffes and the Sheriffes of the same Citty for the time being Sir John Lethulier Sir John Peake Sir Thomas Stampe Sir William Thompson Sir Theophilus Biddulph Sir Thomas Player Knights Sir Josiah Childe Sir Nicholas Crispe Baronets Sir Thomas Meres Sir Samuell Bernardiston Sir Eliab Harvey Sir John Cope Sir Thomas Clarges Sir Phillip Mathews Sir John Trevor Sir Robert Wiseman Sir Lyonell Jenkins Sir Thomas Exton Sir Francis Pemberton Sir Edward Waldoe Knights William Trumball Doctor of the Lawes Sir Richard Lloyd Knight Doctor of Lawes William Love John Jolliffe Henry Dunstar John Morris John Jones John Bence Thomas Papillon Erasmus Smith James Hayes John Nicholls John Jefferyes John Bathurst Edward Turgis John Dubois Thomas Pilkinton James Hublon Francis Warner William Williams Humphrey Cliffe Alam Cliffe Charles Thorold Ralph Box Marke Cotle John Lane John Fitz Nicholas Charleton Edward Backwell John Wise Richard Hawkins Thomas Lewes Thomas Hunt George Keate John Crispe William Wilkinson Thomas Farmin Nathaniell Letton Henry Collier William Wogan Samuell Franckin Walter Lapp Gervase Price Esquires.

For the County of Midlesex

The Right Honourable William Lord Russell Sonne and Heire apparent to the Earle of Bedford and one of the Lords of His Majestyes most Honourable Privy Councill William Lord Cavendish Sonne and Heire apparent to the Earle of Devonshire and one of the Lords of His Majestyes most Honourable Privy Councill William Lord Allington of the Kingdome of Ireland, The Honourable Daniell Finch Esquire Sir Harbotle Grimston Baronet Master of the Rolls Sir Robert Carr Knight and Baronet Chauncellour of the Dutchy of Lancaster George Mountague Esquire Henry Coventry Esquire Principall Secretary of State Sir Robert Atkins Knight of the Bath one of His Majestyes Justices of the Common Pleas Sir John Mainard Knight one of His Majestyes Sergeants at Law Sir Will: Roberts Sir Francis Gerrard Knights and Baronets Sir Thomas Litleton Sir Joseph Ash Baronets Sir John Cutler Knight and Baronet Sir Gilbert Gerrard Sir Thomas Wolstenholme Sir Phillip Mathews Sir John Parsons Sir Paul Whichcott Baronets Sir John Wynn Knight and Baronet Sir William Cooper Baronet Sir John Bennet Knight of the Bath Sir Richard Fisher Baronet Sir Goddard Nelthorp Baronet Sir Richard Fisher Baronet Sir Robert Payton Sir John Talbott Sir Thomas Player Sir William Poultney Sir Thomas Allen Sir Thomas Byde Sir Thomas Escourt senior Sir Thomas Escourt junior Sir Thomas Chambers Sir Robert Hanson Sir Clement Armiger Sir William Bowle Sir Thomas Stringer Sir William Waller Sir Charles Pitfield Sir Charles Harboard Sir Charles Lee Sir Lancelott Lake Sir Thomas Clerges Sir John Trevor Sir John James Sir William Powell Sir John Pye Sir James Rushout Sir Edward Abney Sir Miles Heneage Sir John Masters Sir Nicholas Crispe Sir Nathaniell Herne Sir Gilbert Gerrard Sir Richard Blake Sir ( (fn. 35) ) William Turner Sir John Elwayes Sir Edward Brett Knights George Pitts Charles Cheney Francis Crawley Henry Barker William Barker George Walsh Samuell Bucke John Wilkinson Thomas Hayter James Southern Nicholas Raynton Ralph Hawtry George Dashwood Thomas Row Thomas Robinson Humphrey Wirley Samuell Grimston James Clitherowe Edmond Warcupp John Honor John Walker senior John Walker junior Charles Umfrevile Orlando Gee Thomas Harris Thomas Rider Roger Gillingham Charles Blount Henry Hawley John Walstenholme Anthony [Krike (fn. 36) ] William Gulston Thomas Harriot Thomas Johnson John Swanley Thomas Lewis James Hoare junior Stewart Foster William Walter Scory Barker John Baldwin Ralph Palmer Maximilian Beard Thomas Coppin Christopher Yate Thomas Cheeke Francis Rogers William Northee Richard Bayly Nicholas Stanley Joseph Keeble Henry Johnson John Robarts Thomas Knight Arnold Browne Simon Midleton John Greene Charles Gerrard Bridstocke Harford Paul Bows Charles Porter Ambrose Phillipps John Trenchard William Rawlinson George Hutchinson Jermin Ireton William Wogan Richard Peacocke Nicholas Townley Samuell Vincent Thomas Winford Robert Weft William Parkins John Cary Richard Dunton John Hawtry Richard Adams William Goldesbrough Esquire Clerke to the Honourable the House of Commons Henry Reynell Leonard Hamond Chr: Blake Peter Sabbs Rich: Morley Tho: Owen Daniell Waldoe Edward Waldoe Richard Harrison Simon Smith Roger Stoughton George Day John Pulford Erasmus Smith John Jolly John Lloyd of Edgeware Anthony Collins Henry Collins William Northee Ellis Lloyd Thomas Lewis Edmond Draper Henry Devenish Robert Forsett Abraham Nalson Roger Gardiner Henry Slingsby Justinian Pagitt John Hutchinson Rowe of Shacklewell Francis Brand Will: Page Will: Prettiman Edw: Wilford senior Paul Nicholl Peter Vandputt Rich: Spicer Henry Trenchard Ralph Halsall Collonell John Birch John Halsall Rich: Neltrop Joseph Alston John Robinson John Barnes Tho: Clitherowe Christopher Clitherow George Sittwell Ralph Bucknall George Nodes Thomas Austin William Marsh John Owen John Wildman Edward Byde Nicholas Archbold Doctor Nicholas Barboon Gray Alderman Thomas Neale John Byfeild Thomas Casse Richard Cheney Thomas Englesfield John Searle John Haynes Thomas Winter Thomas Henslow Walter Moyle John Bathurst Josuah Galliard William Avery Josuah Beale Henry Hodges Charles Good Robert Hampton William Hastings Jervice Price Edmond Walter junior James Cardrow Brooke Bridges Thomas Lewis of the Spitle Nicholas Gardiner John Parsons Robert Thornhill Thomas Gardiner John Baker Charles Nott William Robarts Theophilus Birkenhead Esquires John Short Thomas Jackson John Nicholl of Mimns Thomas Nicholl of Hendon John Biscoe Edward Kemsall Thomas Wood John Nicholl of Cowley William Sedgewick John Carter John [Indee (fn. 37) ] Thomas Bucknell Richard Holt Merchant Richard Potter John Cane John Memley Haley of the Bury Arthur Blyth William Thomson John Hardestey Edward Wilford junior Thomas Wratton John Kirton John Slater William Bannfield Francis Barham Gregory Page Thomas Grimble George Hooper Henry Dixon Robert Nicholl of Edgeware Henry Johnson junior Thomas Partridge Giles Butler Allen Parsons Randoll Nicholl of Dolestreete William Browne of Hammersmith William Bird Merchant John Byfeild John Hennins Thomas Jackson John Page Charles Morgan and Roger Gardner Richard Gwin John Holman Gent..

For the Citty of Westminster and the Liberties thereof.

The Right Honourable William Lord Cavendish Sonne and Heire apparent of the Earle of Devonshire and one of His Majestyes most Honourable Privy Councill Charles Lord Clifford Sonne and Heire apparent to the Earle of Burlington George Mountague Esquire Sir John Nicholas Sir Joseph Williamson Sir Allen Apsley Sir Thomas Litleton Sir Charles Cotrell Sir John Bennet Sir Edward Hungerford Sir Phillip Warwicke Sir Michaell Heneage Sir Robert Howard Sir Robert Carr Sir Phillip Howard Sir Phillip Mathewes Sir Robert Peyton Sir William Waller Sir John Trevor Sir William Poultney Sir Stephen Fox Sir Thomas Clarges Sir Peter Collidon Sir Theodore de Vaux Henry [Powle (fn. 38) ] Esquire one of His Majestyes Privy Councill Sir Edward Brett Sir Walter Clarges Sir John Cotton Sir Charles Harbord Sir Francis Holles Sir Thomas [Meeres (fn. 39) ] Sir George Downeing Sir John Talbott Sir Thomas Mompesson Sir Anthony Irby Sir Cyrill Wich Sir John Cutler Sir Richard Malon Sir Robert Filmer Sir Richard Temple Sir Robert Pye Sir Richard Graham Sir Christopher Musgrave Sir William Orpe Sir Gilbert Gerrard Sir William Boreman Sir Winston Churchill Sir Robert Southwell Clerke of His Majestyes most Honourable Privy Councill Sir Phillip Lloyd Sir Christopher Wren Sir William Walter Sir James Hayes Sir Richard Blake Sir Edward Graves The Honourable Lawrence Hyde Esquire one of the Lords Commissioners of the Treasury Sir John Harvy Esquire William Bridgeman Doctor Sydenham Edwin Sandys [William (fn. 40) ] Walter Phillip Packer John Wilkinson William Herbert Bernard Grindvile John Tregonwell Samuell Pepis Christopher Vane Reynald Graham Thomas Thynne Nicholas Cortney Hugh Boscowen Edmond Warcupp Richard Pewman Alexander Strode Mathew Locke Henry Progers John Browne John Stroud Edward Boscowen George Legg Francis Lucy Henry Herbert Roger Higgs Edward Griffin John Currence Doctor Warner Thomas Lucy Esquires George Forewell Hugh May John Birch James Dewy Humphrey Wurley senior Thomas Bayles Doctor Samuell Barrows Thomas Morris Walter Brideall Ellis Lloyde Bevis Lloyde Simon Smith John Man Richard Paget Michaell Bridgehouse Lancelot Thornton Hugh Squire Charles Hinton John Baines Captaine Hugh Bohey Humphrey Worley junior John Russell Thomas Hayewood William Wardour Edward Clerke Robert Harcourt John Walker Thomas Russell Ambrose Scudamore Doctor Barwicke David Lloyd Richard Smitle Nicholas Baxter Thomas Crumpe John Ball Doctor John Clerke Bartholimew Vermuden Henry Slingsby William Blake John Chasse George Cooper William Morgan Henry Shalcrosse William Bookeley Ralph Marshall John Lugg Richard Wheeler Richard Bull John Minchen John Leeson Michaell Arnoll George Plucknet Nicholas Edlyn Morris Hunt Richard Mill Thomas Tyndall Thomas Warner John Greene Nehemiah Arnold Henry Simons Miles Michaell Richard Harding Christopher Sheene William Wheeler Peter Griffith Charles Campaine William Austin John Fister Samuell Bate George Browne Thomas Butler Edmond Doyle John [Loyier (fn. 41) ] Robert Blayne Thomas Symmons Robert Newman Arthur Dryer Robert Whitte William Williams John Dunn John Snell Edward Younger Henry Becke and Giles Masters Gentlemen Nathaniell Houghton Esquire William Hawkins Henry Aldrige Robert Pott and James Smitleby Gentlemen George Bennitt Richard Maye Daniell Finch Sir Tho: Daniell Will: Thursby Tho: Gilbert and Arthur Sparkes Esquires Samuell Vincent Josuah Drayner and Francis Gwyne Gentlemen John Tomlinson Francis Stephens John Lawrence John Loveing Morrice Hunt Gent. Symon Smith Merchant Doctor of Phisicke, Richard Bayles of Westminster Charles Knott of Saint Clements Dane Gentlemen Thomas Owen Esquire Richard Stephens Charles Morgan Gent. Richard Baile Albian Chaire Esquires.

For the County of Monmouth

Charles Lord Herbert of Ragland Sonne and Heire apparent to the Marquisse of Worcester Sir Baynham [Throckmorton (fn. 42) ] Baronet Sir Edward Morgan Sir Charles Kemys Baronets Sir Trevor Williams Baronet Sir John Morgan Baronet William Morgan Richard Lewis Edward Morgan Trevor Williams Henry Probert Esquires Thomas Lewis Charles Vann William Kemys James Herbert John Arnold Edward Progers Charles Progers Thomas Morgan John Carey David Lewis Thomas Folio Charles Price Edmond Morgan Esquires Collonell William Morgan Thomas Morgan William Herbert Richard Lister Henry Milborne Edmond Jones Henry Barker Roger Oates William Jones Esquires Nicholas Kemish Edmond Gamage Ralph Bucknell Charles Milborne Thomas Pritchard Rowland Gwyne Roger Williams George Keyms John Williams John Morgan John Price Capell Hanbury Trevor Morgan Thomas Harbert Thomas Jones John Walter Thomas Hughes Phillip Cecill John Rumsey James Morgan Rowland Pritchard William Herbert Rodericke Gwyne Esquires Morgan Chambers William Blethin Edward Kemys John Lewis David Morgan Walter Evans Robert Gunter Lewis Morgan John Walter John Ketchmay George Kemys Charles Morgan William Williams John Rumsey Rowland Williams Gentlemen John Bird John Fleare William Lewis Walter Aldy Robert Jones Nicholas Parker Phillip Morgan Trevor Probert Charles Williams Isaac Tomkins Giles Morgan Theophilus Reynolds James Jones John [Carr (fn. 43) ] Charles Morgan Henry Morgan William Jones Hugh James of Saint Maughanes Walter Cecill George Harris Richard Jones John Jones John Wroth Henry Morgan Herbert Williams Christopher Price Roger Williams James Harris Hopkin Vaughan William Herbert William Powell John Harris Leonard Merwicke Richard Vaughan Morgan Thomas Isaac Williams Charles Baker John Watkins William Evans Thomas Jones Richard Roberts Herbert Jones Francis Williams Thomas Springett John Gwillim Francis Pritchard William Powell Nathaniell Rogers Gentlemen John Scudamore Esqq[uire] Walter Scudamore Thomas Patricke James Williams James Hughes Martin Boothby William George Gent. Edward Perkins Gent. Thomas Williams Gent. The Maior of Monmouth for the time being The Maior of Newport for the time being The Port Reve of Uske for the time being and The Bayliffe of Abergavenny for the time being Captaine Wolsley John Morgan Gent..

For the County of Northampton.

Bryen Viscount Cullen of the Kingdome of Ireland Lord Huntingtower of the Kingdome of Scotland William Lord Fitzwilliams of the Kingdome of Ireland Sir William Mountague Lord Cheife Baron Ralph Mountague Esquire Sir Francis Compton Knight George Mountague Esquire Sir Thomas Crew Knight Sir Roger Norwich Sir Samuell Danvers Sir John Egerton Sir William Farmer Sir Edward Nicholas Sir John Robinson Sir William Wake Sir Hugh Chumley Sir Charles Shugburrough Sir Lewis Palmer Sir James Langham Sir John Holman Sir John Pickerine Sir Thomas Samwell Baronets Sir Edward Griffin Sir William Haslewood Sir William Langham Sir Edward Alston Sir William Craven Sir Samuell Clerke Sir Edmond Bray Knights Sir Roger Cave Sir Rice Rudd Sir Robert Dryden Baronets Philip Lord Waynman of the Kingdome of Ireland Robert Apreece Daniell Finch Edward Griffin Francis Lane junior Henry Stafford Richard Ransford John Parkhurst William Herbert John Browne; Lawrence Maudley Thomas Trist William Saunders Thomas Elmes Tobias Chauncey Thomas Catsby Samuell Trist William Washbourne Devereux Knightley William Tate John Hampden Edward [Harvey (fn. 44) ] William Adams of Welton Richard Saltonstall Edward Palmer John Creswell Henry Edmonds George Clerke Robert Clerke William Bugby Bryan Janson John Woodhall John Willoughby William Lisle William Warner Christopher Coe Christopher Thursby George Leaffeild John Bagshaw Andrew Lant Francis Morgan Miles Fleetewood Thomas Hacke Robert Pemberton Thomas Ward John Lyne Nicholas [Studard (fn. 45) ] Francis( (fn. 46) ) Saint Jones Jeremiah Dove William Leven Samuell Templer John Bridges John Hanbury John Thornton John Combs Edgar Farmer Francis Crane Francis Arundell John Gardner Tryan Thomas Andrewes Robert Hesleridge Gerrard Gore Goddard Pemberton Ekins of Weston Joseph Hames William Adams of Charleton Edward Ladkins Bathurst of Howthorp Benson of Tocester Richard Butler The Maior of the Towne of Northampton for the time being John Brafield John Friend William Kimboll Gentlemen Edward Knighton Salathiell Lovell The Maior of Higham for the time being The Bayliffe of Daventree for the time being Valentine Shugburgh Richard Shugburgh of Farthingoe The Maior of Brackley for the time being Henry Lucas Doctor Skinner John Bourne Richard Plowman William Thursby George Quarles Richard Willowby Edward Stratford Edmond Bacon Bernard Walcote Thomas Newton Robert Fruen Gentlemen Thomas Pilkington Merchant.

For the County of Nottingham

Patricius Viscount Chaworth of the Kingdome of Ireland The Honourable Anchitell Grey Arthur Stanhope Will: Byron Robert Pierpoint Esquires Sir John Mollineux Sir Thomas Williamson Sir William Hickman Sir John Newton Baronets Sir Francis Leeke Knight and Baronet Sir Edward Nevile Knight and Baronet John Grubham How John Lindley Charles Stanhope Charles Hutchinson John Thornhagh Will: Sandys Francis Sandys Esquires Sir Scroope How Sir Ralph Knight Knights John Digby Thomas Perkins William Godfrey Harvey Staunton Francis Stringer Thomas Charleton senior Peniston Whalley Esquires Thomas Lewes William Cartwright of Ossington Richard Slater Lancellot Rowleston Henry Plumtree Esquires Richard Mansfield Edward Bigland Gilbert Millington George Gregory William Palmes Darcey. Mollineux William Pinckney William Clerkson George Nevill Thomas Shipman. John Musters Thomas Russell Phillip Pendocke Reason Mellish Francis Jessop John Millington Esquires The Maior of Newarke for the time being The Bayliffes of Retford for the time being Edward Ward Mathew Jennison Samuell Ellis Gentlemen George Lascelles Arthur Warren Clifton Rodes William Lane Esquires Peter Broughton John Rolston John Yarborrow Doctor in Phisicke William Wymondsold William Savile Esquires Robert Newton John Hacker of Trowell Henry Halfehide John Clerkson Anthony Tate Thomas Porter of Binckham Thomas Dickenson William Fowler Robert Westbrooke Gentlemen Thomas Wawen Thomas Marshall George Pole Hacker of Fincham William Gray John Dand Samuell Sandys Esquires William Cartwright of Normanton Esquire Samuell Staples Tempest Brighouse Henry Walter John Baines Robert Sherbrooke Lawcocke Thomas Barrett John Newton Thomas Bristow Ralph Edge John Trueman Thomas Porter of Blyth William Wharton Gent. William Stanhope Gervase Pigott Charles Lawcocke Anthony Gilby Mountague Wood Edward Phinney Esquires John White Esquire William Gelstrop of Whatton John Kerchevill Gent..

For the Towne and County of the Towne of Nottingham.

The Maior and Aldermen for the time being The Honourable Robert Pierpoint Charles Hutchinson Henry Plumtree Edward Bigland George Gregory Samuell Staples Richard Slater James Savewell Esquires.

For the County of Northumberland

Henry Earle of Ogle Sonne and Heire apparent to the Duke of Newcastle Edward Lord Morpeth Sonne and Heire apparent to the Earle of Carlisle Sir John Fenwicke Sir Ralph Delavall Sir Cuthbert Heron Sir William Blacket Sir Thomas Lorraine Baronet Sir George Downeing Knight and Baronet Sir Thomas Horsley Sir Ralph Jennison Sir Richard Stote Knights Cuthbert Heron Utricke Whitfield John Grey Daniell Collingwood John Blackstone Edward Villers William Strother Ralph Hebron William Lilborne Thomas Bewicke Francis Blake Robert Mitford Francis Addison Thomas Collingwood John Ridley James Howard Henry Ogle William Widrington John Forster of Cornwall Robert Jennison William Ogle John Shaftoe William Carnaby Robert Delavall Nicholas Whitehead Edmond Craster William Armorer William Fenwicke Esquires William Delavall George Delavall William Carr John Forster of Etherson Thomas Burrell Patricius Crow Tristram Fenwicke Robert Fenwicke of Bywell Edward Collingwood William Strother of Grindor Rigg Gentlemen

For the Towne and County of Newcastle upon Tyne.

Mathew Jeffreson Maior Sir James Clavering Baronet Sir William Blacket Baronet Sir Francis Anderson Sir Robert Shafto Recorder Sir Ralph Carr Knight Sir Ralph Jennison Knight Sir Richard Stote Knight Henry Maddison Henry Brabant Timothy Davison Robert Roddam George Morton Nathaniell Johnson Aldermen Nicholas Fenwicke Sheriffe John Watson Robert Jennison William Lilburne John Blackiston Henry Jennison Michaell Blacket Anthony Isaacson Esquires William Huntley Robert Fenwicke William Bales Abraham Drake Henry Hargraves Ralph Fell John Phillipson Robert Wetwang John Squire Edward Freeman Nicholas Ridley Benjamin Davison Edward Greene John Vary Marke Dover Richard Hutchinson Anthony Spenceley Ralph Rogerson William Blackett Francis Anderson Gent..

The Burrough of Berwicke upon Tweede

John Lucke Maior for the time being Ralph Grey Esquire Thomas Watson James Cutterall Andrew Moore Aldermen Elias Pratt Marke Scott Stephen Jackson Gentlemen Daniell Collingwood Esquire William Strother senior William Strother junior Esquires Sir John Fenwicke Baronet Sir Richard Scott Knight The Bayliffes for the time being Ralph Hebron Esquire Master Richard Windloe Roger Weddell Edward Nealson Selby senior Selby junior Ferdinand Forster Anthony Compton Robert Watson George Watson Edward Ord Edward Salkeld Gentlemen John Rushworth Esqq[uire]

For the County of Norffolke

William Lord Fitzwilliams of the Kingdome of Ireland Henry Lord Richardson of the Kingdome of Scotland William Paston Esquire Sir Robert Howard Sir William Coventry Knights Sir Edmond Bacon Sir John Hobart Sir Phillip Woodhouse Sir Edward Barkham Sir John Holland Sir Augustine Palgrave Sir Roger Potts Sir Robert Kempe Sir Jacob Astley Sir Edmond Bacon of Gillingham Sir Edward Ward Sir Henry Deereham Sir William Cooke Sir William Doyley Sir Peter Gleane Sir Francis Bickley Sir Thomas Garrard Sir John Pettus Sir William Adams Sir John Mordaunt Baronets Sir Christopher Calthrope Knight of the Bath Sir Charles Harboard Knight His Majestyes Surveyour Generall Sir Joseph Williamson Sir Nevile Catlin Sir Thomas Allen Knights Sir Thomas Hare Baronet Sir Thomas Meadows Sir John Bludwell Sir Robert Beldocke Sir William Kant Sir James Johnson Knights John Harvey Robert Walpoole Will: Windum Thomas Holland William Cooke Esquires Sir Roger Pratt Knight Thomas Townesdend Phillip Harbord William Harbord John Harbord John Hobart Robert Long William de Grey Robert Suckling John Barney John Pell Francis Guybon William Rant John Jay Francis Bacon Edward Ward James Host Simon Taylour John Turner Augustine Briggs Richard Huntington Esquires James Hobard Thomas Bacon Robert London Oliver Neve Thomas Gaudy Robert Day Edmond Woodhouse Edmond Doyley Suckling Jay Francis Lane Jacob Preston Thomas Peirson Phillip Bedingfeild Thomas Say John Greene of Bradenham Anthony Fisher Robert Houghton Robert Coney Francis Bell Charles Wren Lawrence Oxborough Ralph Earle Thomas Knivett Richard Godfrey Nicholas Rookwood Simon Brittiffe John Anguish Christopher Crow Mumford Spilman [Leonard (fn. 47) ] Spilman Leonard Mapes Edmond de Grey Christopher Bedingfeild Nicholas Wilton John Fisher Hatton Barners Thomas Thursby Francis Thursby Clipsby Gribon George Townsend Gascoigne Weld Leonard Gouch Le Grose of Crostwicke John Warner Anthony Freeston John Hauton Clement Horne John Cocke Thomas Browne Thomas Cory Thomas Talbott John Buxton Thomas Wright William Branthwaite William Cropley Gabriell Armiger John Thurston John Le Strange Thomas Richmond Esquires Peter Diamond Richard Barrey junior John Norris William Barker Henry Farrer Edmond Osborne Francis Creamer George Ward Henry Heynes Edward Beedle Thomas Bransby Robert Suckling junior Robert Wood Gardiner Hewett John Paynell John Knivett Thomas Wood Richard Marriott John Richmond Esquires Doctor Owen Hughes Richard Browne John Aid Henry Marsham John Mingay Thomas Weld Anthony Buther Thomas Weld William Sydley Israell Long Robert Doughty John Garnish John Blofeild Henry Negoes John Garnish Isaac Preston Hugh Harvey Edward Le Strange Isaac Mootham Edward Leigh Roger Pepis Samuell Vincent [Esquires (fn. 48) ] Ralph Peirson Gent. James Ward Nicholas Stileman Esquires Roger Jenings James Fountaine [Esqires (fn. 48) ] Francis [Dulgate (fn. 49) ] Arthur King of Tilney Richard Trice Gent. Robert Wardell Gent. Doctor Pepper Page Thomas Buller Esquires William Williamson Charles [Tunior (fn. 50) ] junior Gentlemen.

For the Towne of Great Yarmouth

The Bayliffe for the time being Sir Thomas Meddow Knight Sir James Johnson Knight George England Esquire John Woodrofe Abraham Castle Edmond Thexter John Hall Richard Huntington Peter Cantier Michaell Mew George Ward Samuell Fenn Thomas England Benjamin England Nicholas Cuttin John Robins Samuell Fuller Nathaniell Symonds Aldermen.

For the Citty and County of Norwich.

The Maior for the time being Francis Bacon Esqq[uire] Recorder John Norris Esquire Steward William Paston Jehosophat Davy Bernard Church John Mann Thomas Wisse Henry Wood John Lawrence Augustine Briggs Robert Bendish Henry Herne John Manser Henry Watts Thomas Chickring John Rithers Esquires Henry Crow Marke Cockrey John Low Robert Freeman Hugh Bokenham Francis Gardner Leonard Osborne William Helwis Nicholas Helwes Jeremiah Vyn William Parmenter Aldermen Henry Brady Simon Wissiter Gentlemen.

For the Towne of Kings Lynn.

Benjamin Holles Henry Bell Thomas Robinson Edmond Abbott Daniell Goodwin Simon Taylor Edward Bramley Arthur Evelin John Turner Esquires Giles Bridgeman William Bassett Thomas Fenn Edmond Tassell Aldermen Percivall Harwicke Robert Thorowgood Gentlemen.

For the Towne of Thetford

The Maior for the time being Thomas Povey Esquire Recorder Sir John Holland Barronet Sir Thomas Garrard Baronet Sir Phillip Woodhouse Baronet Sir Joseph Williamson Knight William Harbord Esquire Burage Martin John Thurston William Cropley Esquires Robert Tyrrell Wormley Hettersell Thomas Gouch Principall Burgesses.

For the County of Oxford

Lord Viscount Falkland of the Kingdome of Scotland Phillip Lord Wenman Viscount Tuan of the Kingdome of Ireland Henry Bertie Esquire Sir William Coventry Knight Sir John Burlace Sir Thomas Spencer Sir William Walter Sir Compton Read Sir William Glyn Sir Edmond Fettyplace Sir Francis Wenman Sir Litleton Osbaldeston Sir Anthony Craven Sir Robert Jenkinson Sir Thomas Chamberlaine Sir John Holman Sir Richard Temple Sir John Doyley Sir Thomas Cob Sir John Cope Sir Fairemeadow Peniston Sir Phillip Harcourt Sir William Rich Baronets Sir Edward Hungerford Knight of the Bath Sir Edward Norreys Sir Timothy Tyrrell Sir Edmond Bray Sir Thomas Tipping Sir George Crooke Sir Allen Apsley Sir James Hayes Sir Nicholas Pelham Sir Thomas Woodcock Sir Thomas Row Knights Nicholas Whitten Broome Whorwood Robert Dormer Esquires Charles Holloway Serjeant at Law Richard Crooke Serjeant at Law Charles Perrot Doctor of Lawes Richard Wenman Richard Lyb Vincent Barry John Hampden Edward Barry John Stone Henry Alnutt Francis Martin John Clerke William Barker William Lenthall. Esquires Sir John Lenthall Knt Francis Clerke William Dormer William Barber Henry Heiling George Chamberlaine Reginald Bray Thomas Horde William Bayly John Croke Samuell Sandys junior Thomas Coventry William Gannocke Robert Perrott John Gower Edmund Warcupp and Robert Warren Esquires Richard Powell Nicholas Bowell Nicholas Baynton George Pudsey John Nurse William Whitlocke Tavernor Harris Henry Hall of Hardingers Thomas Coghill Alexander Denton Robert Huntington Thomas Wise Esquires James Hyde Doctor of Phisicke Henry Aldworth Doctor of Law Arthur Jones William Sheppard Charles Holloway Richard Holloway Serjeant at Law Mathew Loveday William Oakley John West William Wright Humphrey Wickham John Gun Samuell Trotman John White Sebastian Smith Edmond Gregory James Paul Esquiers Thomas Teddar John Blagrave Esquires Nathan Knight Esquire Mathew Skinner Doctor of Physicke William Blake Esqq[uire] John Parson James Perrott Esquires Bartholimew Harris William Stonehouse George Woodward John Wickham Thomas Cleyton Robert Withers Robert Whorwood John Cary Robert Parsons Thomas Rowney Charles Sparke Richard Stephens Gilbert Jackson John Irons Robert [Magott (fn. 51) ] Richard Hinton Gentlemen The Maior of Woodstocke for the time being The Maior of Banbury for the time being The Warden of Henley of Thames for the time being The Bayliffes of Chippingnorton. for the time being The Bayliffes of Burford for the time being The Bayliffes of Whitney for the time being Adam. Springhall Gentlemen Nathaniell Brookes of Backbrooke Gentlemen.

For the University of Oxford

Doctor John Nicholas Vice Chauncellor Heneage Finch Esquire His Majestyes Sollicitor Generall Doctor John. Wallis Doctor Tho: Yate Doctor Henry Clerke Doctor Thomas James Doctor John Lloyd Doctor Gilbert Ironside Doctor Henry Smith Doctor Timothy Houghton Doctor Thomas Bourchier Doctor John Lamphire Doctor Thomas Elyot Doctor John Edisbury The Proctors for the time being Master Benjamin Cooper Master Richard Witt Master John Haslewood Master John Crosse Master Richard Hopkins.

For the Citty of Oxford

The Maior for the time being Sir Sampson White Sir Edward Norreys Sir Francis Wenman Sir John Cope Knights Richard Crooke Serjeant at Law Recorder of the Citty Broome Whorwood Esquire William Wright William Bayly John Townesend Thomas Fifeild Alderman John Lambe Francis Grenaway William Cornish William Walker. Esquires Tobias Browne William Morrall Thomas Eustace Thomas Tisdale Charles Holloway Esquires John Paynton Towne Clerke Robert Whorwood Charles Harris Gent. George Lowe. Esquire.

For the County of Rutland

The Right Honourable Bennet Lord Sherrard of the Kingdome of Ireland The Honourable Edward Noell Esquire Sonne and Heire apparent to the Right Honourable Baptist Viscount Campden Phillip Sherrard Esquire Sir Thomas Mackworth Sir Abell Barker Baronets Sir Thomas Fanshaw Knight William Palmes John Wingfield Christopher Browne Richard Verney Samuell Browne Edward Faukener Androw Noell Charles Halford Thomas Barker Bennet Sherrard William Hyde Anthony Palmer Esquires.

For the County of Salop

Richard [Newort (fn. 52) ] Andrew Newport ( (fn. 53) ) [Sir Henry Fredericks (fn. 54) ] Sir Humphry Briggs Sir William Whitmore Sir Roger Harris Sir Francis Lawley Sir Vincent Corbett Sir John Corbett ( (fn. 55) ) Sir Francis Edwards Sir Edward Acton Sir Thomas Vernon Sir Clament Clerke Baronets Sir Thomas Jones one of His Majestyes Justices of the Kings Bench Sir Thomas Whitmore Sir John Weld Sir Job Charleton Sir John Trevor Sir Richard Mason Sir Samuell Baldwin Sir Lacon Childe Sir Robert Owen Knights Gervase Pierpoint Thomas Thynne William Levison Gower Richard Screven Richard Fowler Francis Charleton of [Apleby (fn. 56) ] Charles Manwareing John Walcott Francis Forrester Robert Leighton Richard Lister Thomas Lister Arthur Weaver Edward Kinaston of Adbrightcley Edward Kinaston of Oateley Thomas Bawdwin Phillip Prince Henry Langley Thomas Burton Adam Ottley Somersett Fox Francis Charleton Henry Herbert William Forrester John Woolrich Francis Berkley George Weld Tho: Rocke Roger Kinaston Robert Corbett of Lee John Coates William Oakeley Edmund Warring of Woolbury Tho: Walcott Robert Cressett Phillip Bentall Daniell Wicherley Robert Owen Roger Pope Thomas Lloyd Richard Creswell John Leighton John Lacon Will: Williams Vincent Edwards Tho: Ottley Litleton Powis Richard Moore John Newton Richard Carew Roger Whitley Thomas Kinnersley of Badger William Cotton Thomas Cotton of Pully. Humphrey Brigges William Jones of Sandford Thomas Hill Thomas Ireland William Hanmer Edward Leighton Edward Kerry Edward Whichcott Edward Vernon Henry Davenport Samuell Langley of Brosely Rowland Nicholls Rowland Hunt Henry Mitton George Cline Thomas Corbett of Stanwardine Humphrey Cornwall Thomas Cornwall Edward Agborough Bevis Lloyd Roger Evans William Herbert of Wooton Robert Clowes Thomas Vernon Richard Cowling John Corbett of Newton John Seaverne Thomas Smalman James Becke Richard Pope Arthur Ward George Lluellin Richard Prince William Adams John Wood Thomas Jobber John Edwards of Rorington Richard Corbett Thomas Langley Edward Luttwich Thomas Edwards William Charleton Henry Powell John Powell Esquires The Maiors of Salop and Owstry The Bayliffes of Ludlow Bridgenorth Bishops Castle and Wenlocke for the time being Francis Smith Robert Smith John Taylor of Rodington Ralph Hareing George Hosier John Whitacre Samuell Lloyd Thomas Mason Alexander Midleton Arthur Hincks Edward Gosenell John Langley of the Amyes Edward Owen of Cundover Roger Griffiths Richard Wareing Edward Woolaston Robert Vernon John Woodhouse Adam Wareing John Fowler of Whitechurch Richard Deves William Walter John Latham William [Howler (fn. 57) ] Richard Jenkins John Slaniers Edward Powell John Bright Rowland Midleton William Owen of Whitley Edward Poully William Dansy Walter Bagott Thomas Hawkes William Griffithes William Grosvenor Richard Davies Richard Bradley Richard Ridley William Bridgen Samuell Bowdler John Edwards of the Heath Gent. Edward Lloyd of Llanvardoe Robert Clive Owen Barton Morgan Wynne Edward Jenings John Whitmore Esquires John Huxley Thomas Hinckes Esquires William Crumpton William Jones George Chambers Edward Owen Christopher [Braan Roger (fn. 58) ] Trevor Francis Harris John Kenett Darniell Wicherley Richard Lloyd Henry Bigges Edward Donne Richard Cleeveley Kenricke John Hill and Robert Wood Gentlemen.

For the County of Stafford

Sir Thomas Wilbraham Sir Walter Bagott Sir Edward Litleton Sir Henry Litleton Sir John Bowyer Sir Charles [Molsley (fn. 59) ] Sir Thomas Bellat Sir Francis Lawley Baronets Sir Bryan Broughton Sir Theophilus Biddulph Knights and Baronets Sir John Wirley Sir Rowland Oakeover Sir Thomas Whitgrave Sir Henry Archbold Sir Henry Gough Knights William Ward Randolph Egerton Henry Grey Walter Chetwind William Levison Gower Thomas Thynne Edward Litleton Michaell Biddulph John Offley William Snead Edward Manwaring George Legg Broome Worwood Robert Levison George Vernon Thomas Lane William Chetwind John Every Phillip Foley Charles Cotton Richard Congreave Jonas Grosvenor Edward Vernon Thomas Kinnersley senior William Crompton John Swinfen Ralph Sneyd Edwin Skrimshire Henry Vernon Charles Skrimshire John Coates Thomas Kinnersley junior Daniell Watson John Agard Francis Wightwicke Walter Aston Jonathan Woodnott Thomas Rudiard Thomas Orme William Parker Edward Arablaster Edward Birch William Whitby Michaell Noble Nicholas Hart John [Whitehall (fn. 60) ] Ferrers Fulke William Turton Peter Walburton John Bagnall Thomas Whitby William Trafford Zachariah Babington Mathew [Kelbelt (fn. 61) ] Mathew Flyer John Turton John Leigh Esquires Thomas Palmer Thomas Scott Thomas Rugley Thomas Villers Leister Barbour Sampson Birch Timothy Edge John Felton Gentlemen The Maiors of Stafford and Newcastle under Lyne for the time being The Bayliffes of Tamworth for the time being Nicholas Parker Charles Baynton William Midleton Ralph Wood Gentlemen.

For the City of Litchfield.

The two Bayliffes and Sheriffes for the time being Sir Theophilus Biddulph Knight and Baronet Sir Henry Archbold Knight Sir Henry Litleton Baronet Michaell Biddulph Esquire John Babington Esquire Mathew Dyott Sampson Pott John Rathbone John Rawlins Ralph [Minotts (fn. 62) ] William Jesson Francis Bayley senior Charles Harrison Edward Wilson Gentlemen.

For the County of Somersett.

The Lord Viscount Fitzharding of the Kingdome of Ireland The Lord Hawley of the Kingdome of Ireland The Right Honourable Edward Seymour Esquire one of His Majestyes most Honourable Privy Councill Francis Pawlett Esquire Sir William Portman and Sir Hugh Smith Knights of the Bath and Baronets [Sir William Windham Sir Halsewell Tint Sir Thomas Windham Baronets (fn. 58) ] Sir John Coventry Knight of the Bath Sir Thomas Bridges Knight Sir Edward Hungerford Knight of the Bath Sir William Bassett Sir Edward Phillips Knights Sir Francis Rolle Sir Edmond Windham Sir John Mallett Sir Stephen Fox Sir John Churchill Sir Humphrey Sydenham Sir James Hayes Knights Ralph Stawell Thomas Thynne Edward Phelipps George Speake Peregrine Palmer George Horner Edward Gorges John Carew of Crocombe Edmond Windham Edward Berkley John Smith Hugh Tent William Wogan Thomas Windham of Witham William Hillier Thomas Warre Robert Hunt Henry Bull of Shapwicke John Pigott William Lacy the elder John Harrington Henry Waldron George Doddington of Doddington Henry Bull of Midsummer Norton Warwicke Bampfield William Strode Edward Strode William Lacy the younger Edward Clarke Robert Hawley Henry Henley Thomas Strode senior Thomas Strode junior Edward Courte Richard Jones Edmond Carrant John Hunt Peter Royner William Speake John Saint Albans Henry Light William Harbord John Prowse Thomas Ledgingham John Bayly Chauncellour of Wells William Coward George Stedman Thomas Jennings George Longe Thomas Mompesson Hugh Tynte Richard Morgan William Harbyn William Clarke Humphrey Sydenham of Dulverton Richard Musgrave Copleston Horton Richard Newman Richard Crosse William Orange John Hody Henry Bridges Joseph Langton Richard Landsdowne Charles Steyning George Doddington of Horsington Anthony Stocker junior Thomas Sanders Edward Hobbs John Wyne George Clarke Esquires Sir George Norton Knight Francis Luttrell John Hall John Every Baldwin Mallett John Speake Thomas Palmer Francis Vaughan Benham Strangewayes John Trenchard George Musgrave Thomas Syderfin Roger Sydenham Mathew Pitt Thomas [Blaynard (fn. 63) ] of [Bagden (fn. 64) ] Edward Coward Gilbert Bourne William Catford Robert Cannon John Burland Edward Thunstone Robert Chute James Webb Henry Bonner Thomas Jennings William Turner William Proctor Merchants George Baconobb Lanibord Fitzhead Netlescome William Brewer Gentlemen.

For the Citty of Wells.

The Maior for the time being William Coward Esquire Recorder Nicholas Weblett John Davies John Davidge John Day William Salmon.

For the Citty of Bath

The Maior for the time being Edward Nevill Esquire Recorder Robert Chapman Benjamin Baber John Bush John Masters Walter Gibbs Henry Chapman William Bush Walter Hicks Robert Haward Robert Peirce Doctor of Phisicke.

For the Towne of Bridgewater

The Maior for the time being Sir John Mallet Recorder Francis Harvey Humphrey Stere Edward Sealey William Macy John Lyneing Robert Balch George Crane Thomas Bare Esquires.

For the County and City of Bristoll.

Sir John Lloyd Knight Maior and the Maior of the said City for the time being Sir Robert Atkins one of His Majestyes Justices of the Common Pleas Recorder Sir Robert Canne Knight and Baronet Sir John Knight Sir Robert Yeomans Baronet John Lamford John Hickes Christopher Griffith Richard Streamer Ralph Olliffe William Crabb Richard Crumpe Esquires The Sheriffes for the time being William Colston Joseph Creswicke Henry Gough William Willett Humphrey Litle Richard Hart Thomas Day Thomas Earle Edward Young John Cooke John Cecill Samuell Wharton Edward Feilding George Lane Henry Glisson Henry Merriott William Downeing John Moore William Jackson William Clutterbucke.

For the County of Southampton.

Edward Noell Lieutenant of the County William Lord Russell Sonne and Heire apparent to the Earle of Bedford James Lord Annesley Sonne and Heire apparent to the Earle of Anglesey Sir John Norton Sir Hugh Stewkley Sir Richard Edgecombe Knight of the Bath Sir Robert Dillington Sir William Meux Sir Thomas Badd Knight and Baronet Sir Nicholas Stuart Sir John Saintbarbe Sir John Oglander Baronets Sir Robert Holmes Sir Thomas Higgens Sir Francis Rolle Sir Robert Henley Sir Richard Knight Sir James Worsley Sir Edward Worsley Sir John Cloberry Sir Charles Windham Sir John Biggs Knights Francis Pawlett Richard Norton Thomas Gervois Henry Wallop George Pitt Francis Tilney George Legg Lawrence Hyde Henry Whitehead Thomas Knollis John Lewkner James May Leonard Bilson John Hooke Thomas Cole Benjamin Newland Roger Gallop Henry Bromfield White Titchbourne Oliver Saint John Henry Tulse Richard Ayliffes William Withers John Faulkner Roger Clavell William Stevens John Leigh John Paulin Gabriell Whistler John Deane John Smith Edward Dillington John Button Richard Love of Gretham Francis Dickins John Dingley Robert Goffe Peter Bettesworth William Smith Richard Cobb Robert Richbell Daniell Kingsmill Richard Holt John Kingsmill Edward Hooper Henry Dawley Francis Morrison Esquires Charles Foster Francis Morley William Gulson James Rudyard Henry Bromfeilde Ralph Hastings William Pitt William Drake Thomas Urry of Gatcombe Benjamin Newland George Duke George Browne Henry Perrin Thomas Dowse of Brooke John Mathews Richard Richards Richard Bishop Robert Rolle Thomas Edmonds Edward Pile Thomas Knight William Guidott William Goddard John Venables John Reeves Robert Leigh Thomas Urry of Freshwater William Bunckley of Saint Ellins Bartholimew Bulkley senior John Burrard Peter Blake Joseph Hinchman Esquires The Maior of Portsmouth for the time being Thomas Wills Phillip James Nicholas Hedger Saint John Steventon Nicholas Peirson Gent. The Maior of Newport The Maior of Yarmouth The Maior of Baseingstoake and the Bayliffe of Andover for the time being.

For the City of Winchester.

The Maior for the time being Sir John Cloberry Knight John Warner William Taylor Thomas Muspratt Edward Fifeild William Craddock Thomas Wavell Godson Penton William Horwood Aldermen of the same Richard Harris Recorder Ellis Mew Esquires.

For the Towne and County of Southampton

The Maior for the time being Roger Gallop Recorder Robert Richbell Benjamin Newland William Stanley James Crosse Edward Dormer Jacob Ward Thomas Cornelius Richard White Thomas Clutterbooke John Speede Edward Richards Alexander Hill.

For the County of Suffolke

Lyonell Lord Huntingtowre of the Kingdome of Scotland Walter Devereux Esquire Sir Edmond Bacon Sir Henry Felton Sir John Holland Sir Robert Kempe Sir Henry Bacon Sir John Barker Sir William Spring Sir Willoughby Deux Sir John Castleton Sir Henry North Sir Thomas Cullum Sir William Doyley Sir Gervase Elwes Sir Robert Cordell Sir Robert Brooke Sir John Duke Sir Phillip Parker Sir Samuell Bernardiston Sir Thomas Bernardiston Sir John Rouse Sir Robert Reeves Baronets Sir Charles Gawdy and Sir Thomas Allen Knights and Baronets Sir Nicholas Bacon Knight of the Bath Sir John Duncombe Sir John Pettus Sir John Pooley Sir Thomas Harvy Sir George Wemue Sir Nevill Catlin Sir John Hanmer Sir Thomas Smith Sir Jeoffery Burwell Sir Francis Theobalds Sir Phillip Meadowes Sir Thomas Meadowes Sir Charles Crofts Read Sir Phillip Skippon Sir William Soame Sir John Coell Master of Chauncery Sir Richard Gibbs Sir John Peake and Sir Joseph Brand Knights John Harvey Treasurer to her Majestie William Crofts Edward Progers John Platers Thomas Holland William Duncombe Adam Felton Thomas Jermin John Cordell Dudley Cullum Gervase Elwes Thomas Walgrave John Robinson Thomas Bedingfeild Thomas Glenham Henry Pooley Thomas Coell Thomas Allen John Wright of Ipswich John Bence of Rinsfeild Edmond Tyrrell Henry Parker John Thirston Giles Bernardiston Benjamin Cutler of the Chauntry William Pooley Maurice Shelton William Soame Richard Norton Francis Warner Edmond Warner Henry Warner Reginald Williams Edward Hubbard Thomas Robinson of Kentwell Lumley Robinson Robert Russell Gerrard Russell William Glascocke Lyonell Plaiters Francis Barker Thomas Dade Robert Gurdon John Sotherby Thomas Shelley John Clerke Samuell Clerke William Gipps John Cornwallis John Hodges Henry Johnson Edward Man Hamond Lestrainge John Scrivenor Robert King William Acton Edward North William Rivett Richard Cooke Thomas Salter Thomas Bright Clement Higham Thomas Edgar William Gooch William Gibbes Samuell Gibbs Thomas Blackerby Robert Maltiward [Tho: Golding Jeffery Malteward (fn. 65) ] Thomas Wright Henry Edgar Barnaby Bowtell Lawrence Rowse Mathew Leman John Leman Joseph Hull William Glover Thomas Bacon John Breame of Ash John Beddingfeild Henry Stebbing William Guavas Francis Harvey and Thomas Tont Esquires Edmond Bedingfeild John Spencer Phillip Gourden Thomas Vesy Allen Cotton Edmond Plomb Robert Plomb Stephen Morley Benjamin Tany John Hall Charles Cocke Edward Bence Thomas Roper William Brand of Polstead Richard Vesey Edmond Sheppard Edmond Gardiner Robert Browneing Paul Buckenham Richard Cutts Esquires William Cullum William Cooke Robert Meene Thomas Hayes Adam Budle Nicholas Bragg Joseph Beaumont John Lambe John Beaumont Thomas Darcy John Hill Phillip Haward John Jermey John Gurdon Robert Sparrow Thomas Smith John Buxton Thomas Colvell alias Covell and Thomas Rivett Robert Maidstone Framlingham Gaudy Edward Bohun Bassingborne Gaudy Robert Duke Ptollimy Talmach Charles Gaudy Thomas Mighills James Wild Samuell Pacy Gentlemen Wentworth Garnish Esquire John Porter junior Gentleman Anthony Friston Gerrard Russell Esquires Wickstead Weld John Gurling Henry Johnson junior William Coe Gentleman Samuell Baker Thomas Barker Esquires John Acton James Colthrope William de Gray Edmond Jenny Robert Naunton Roger Kerrington Jacob Garrard Edward Alpe Tyrrell Prettiman Robert Myn Thomas Leman John Blomfeild Ambrose Kerrington Esquires Joseph Crane Gent..

For the Towne of Sudbury

The Maior of Sudbury for the time being Sir Gervas Elwes Sir Robert Cordell Baronets Gervas Elwes Esquire John Catisby John Cooke Joseph Wood Daniell Cooke John Gibbon Richard Hubbert Gentlemen Doctor Butcher William Harell John Fothergell Benjamin Carter Samuell Pannell senior Coxe Richard Waite junior.

For the Towne of Dunwich

The Bayliffes of Dunwich for the time being Sir Phillip Skippon Knight Thomas Allen John Boneface Thomas Tookley Thomas Grey Thomas Goddard Henry Bedingfeild Samuell Driver Jonas Munnings Esquires.

For the Towne of Ipswich

The Bayliffes of Ipswich for the time being John Wright Gilbert Linfeild Esquires Thomas Edgar Recorder Charles Wright Henry Gosnord John Pimberton Lawrence Stistead Richard Phillips Robert Clerke Gent..

For the Towne of St Edmonds-bury

The Alderman for the time being Sir John Duncombe Sir Thomas Harvey Knights William Duncombe Thomas Holland Thomas Shelley Esquires John Sotheby Recorder Thomas Coell [James (fn. 66) ] Clarke Esquires James Cobb Francis Browne Robert Sharpe Mathew Warren Thomas Hustler Nicholas Batley Martin Spenceley Gentlemen Sir Thomas Culham Baronet John Rotherham Esq[uire].

For the Towne of Aldburrough

The Bayliffes for the time being Sir Richard Haddocke Knight Henry Johnson Esquire John Bedingfeild Recorder John Browne John Woodruffe Thomas Wall John Bence John Burrowes Alexander Osborne Gentlemen.

For the Towne of Orford

The Maior for the time being Lyonell Lord Huntingtower of the Kingdome of Scotland Sir John Duke Baronet Sir Charles Gaudy Knight and Baronet Henry Parker Henry Parker junior Esquires Thomas Hastings Joseph Hastings Edward Edwin Thomas Johnson Copin Gentlemen.

For the County of Surrey.

Anthony Bryan Esquire High Sheriffe for the County Charles Earle of Ancram of the Kingdome of Scotland Francis Earle of Longford of the Kingdome of Ireland, Lord Huntingtower of the Kingdome of Scotland James Lord Annesley Sonne and Heire apparent to the Earle of Anglesey Sir Edward Thurland one of the Barons of the Exchequer Bernard Greenvile Francis Coventry Esquires Sir Henry Capell Knight of the Bath Sir Walter St John Baronet Sir Thomas Whitmore Sir Fr: Vincent Sir Adam Browne Sir Will: Moore Sir Marmaduke Gresham Sir Nicholas Staughton Sir Edward Bromfeild Sir Phillip Mathews Baronets Sir William Terringham Knight of the Bath Sir John Nicholas Knight of the Bath Sir William Morley Knight of the Bath Sir Edmond Bowyer Sir William Haward Sir Thomas Foster Sir Richard Mason Sir( (fn. 67) ) Thomas Bludworth Sir Nicholas Carew Sir William Haskins Sir Stephen Leonard Sir Allen Brodericke Sir Thomas Clarges Sir Edward Evelin Sir Mathew Andrewes Sir Henry Tulse Sir Edward Bish Sir Robert Knightley Sir John Shorter Sir James Butler Sir Robert Clayton Sir Richard How Sir Robert Hatton Sir James Rushout Sir Edward Winter Knights William Mountague Esquire Francis Howard Ambrose Browne junior of Bechworth Castle Arthur Onslow George Evelin of Wootton George Chute senior Christopher Buckley Will; Elyot Edward Prodgier Thomas Dalmahoy Edward Harvey Roger James George Evelin of Nutfeild James Zouch Ralph Freeman Thomas Turgis John Lewkner Richard Onslow Deane Goodwin Anthony Thomas Edward Gresham Segismond Stidolfe John Weston of Ockham Edward Thurland George Woodroffe George Vernon Anthony Bowyer Denzell Onslow James Gresham Peter Rich Ambrose Muschampe Phillip Hildeyard George Smith John Thynne William Haward Robert Cooke Edward Woodward Daniell Sheldon William Vanburgh Stephen Harvey Samuell Rous Marke Hildesley Thomas Lee George Chute junior James Clerke Peter Hussey Richard Heath Henry Byne of Casholton Samuell Howland Walter Howland Francis Brend Thomas Jenner John Covert In wood Thomas Arden Thomas Newton John Jorden John Parker Henry Byne John Heather Phillip Rawleigh John Burgoyne John Morris John Mountenay Ralph Halsey John Glynne John Sands Esquires John Glyde Ellis Crispe Tho: Bridges Tho: Moore of Egham Tho: Barker Rich: Garth John Thynne junior Edmond Sherman William Hatton Francis Buller James Reading Francis Gerrard William Hawkins Robert Gavell Richard Dalton Robert Moore of Egham John Lugg Captaine William Perry Esquires The Maior of Gildford for the time being Francis Darrington John Wight Thomas Foster Richard Coldehan of Downe Farme Esquires John Freeman Richard Hutton Peter Daniell Joseph Cooleing Thomas Syderfin Esquires John Childe Richard Sims John Spencer William Hill of Guldeford Gentlemen John Grant William Casteele Esquires Thomas Locke Richard Haleman Nicholas Fenn Thomas Benson Gentlemen Henry Thompson Esquire John Bind of Camberwell George Smith Robert Wilson Gentlemen William Salmon John Snell Symon Smith Edward Ball Gentlemen The Bayliffes of Farnham for the time being Walter [Halchor (fn. 68) ] of Croydon Cutler of Yewell George Wrath Rich White of Farnham John Gainsford senior John Gainsford junior John Halfall Thomas Evans Thomas Caustin John Turner John Terrey John Cooper Rich: Jewell of Nutfeild Ralph Drake William Hester Joseph Reeve John Page Gervase Locke Jonadab Balaam William Worneham John Mason William Pigott Gentlemen Anthony Smith Doctor of Phisicke of Kingston William Hatton White Titchborne Esquire George Coleham of Waverley Gentleman Mr George Osborne.

For the County of Sussex

John Tufton Richard Tufton Thomas Tufton William Ashburnham Esquires Sir John Pelham Sir Cecill Bishop Sir Adam Browne Sir Henry Ge[e (fn. 69) ]reing Sir William Thomas Sir John Stapdley Sir John Fagg Sir Denny Ashburnham Sir Anthony Sherley Sir William Wilson Sir Robert Parker Sir Thomas Duke Sir Richard Ashfeild Baronets Sir William Mooreley Knight of the Bath Sir Nicholas Stroude Sir Thomas Woodcocke Sir George Courthop Sir Nicholas Pelham Sir James Norton Sir Christopher Conyers Knights Thomas Pelham Thomas Sackvile John Lewkner Walter Bartlet Robert Edmonds William Board Henry Goreing John Ashburnham Nisell Rivers Percy Goreing Robert Fagg William Mooreley Richard Bridger Edward Nicholbourne Richard Onslow Thomas Midleton Anthony Eversfeild John Alford Simon Smith Robert Palmer William Westbrooke Ralph Mills Thomas May Richard May Robert Anderson James Butler Thomas Smith John Steward Thomas Gray Henry Shelley Harburt Stapeley Richard Sherley John Millington Walter Dobell Peter Courthop Thomas Beard Edward Selwin Henry Bishop John Spena Sackvile Graves William Duke Edward Payne John Baker senior Edward Polhill Richard Payne Roger Shoyswell Robert Fowle Thomas Fruen John Busbridge Thomas Peirce Thomas Collins Nicholas Towneley William Peckham Joseph King Christopher May Phillip Packer Timothy Burrell Esquires Nicholas Eversfeild Edward Chowne John Gratwicke William Sorasse John Backshall senior John Backshall junior John Mitchell Robert Mitchell Bray Chowne John Machell William Palmer Thomas Garraway Thomas Gratwicke John Cumber Richard Nash Francis Mose Walter Cole Thomas Betsworth Thomas Palmer Esquires Richard Cooper Thomas Young George Gunter Thomas Bickley Richard Peckham John Peckham of Crockerhill Thomas Peckham William Lane John Oliver John Baker junior Edward Sheppard John Fuller Peter Farden Peter Gott Thomas Briggs Robert Johnson William Young John Cobden Edward Dine Thomas Mouns Thomas Bromfeild senior Thomas Bromfeild junior John Cheale senior John Cheale junior Lawrence Alcocke John Cooke Peter Farnden Thomas Burrell Gentlemen The Maior of Chichester The Maior of Arundell The Maior of Hastings The Maior of Rye The Maior of Winchelsea for their times being The Bayliffe of Seaford The Bayliffe of Pevensey The Bayliffe of Midhurst for their times being Oliver Weekes Peregrine Palmer Francis Dorrington Jeffery Amhurst Esquires William Peatchy of Petsworth John Petsworth John Polhill of Frenches Henry Apesly [John Langford George Alfred (fn. 70) ] William Elson senior William Elson junior Gent. William Burrey Thomas Gunter Captaine Penford John Braman John Farrington Rich: Farrington Orlando Gee Rob: Austin Barnham Dobell Humphrey Fowle Alexander Farmer William Kempe Thomas Henshaw Robert Heath Apsley Newton Esquires John Stone senior John Stone junior George Mills John Higgambottom Nicholas Best William [Baker (fn. 71) ] Henry Byne John Smith of Waldron John Gee Thomas Paller George Goreing Edward Staker Peter Guard William Pechey Conyers Richardson Richard [Helmes (fn. 72) ] 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 Anchitell Grey Thomas Coventry Charles Leigh Esquires Sir Robert Holt Sir Richard Temple Sir Henry Puckering alias Newton Sir John Tufton [Sir Edward Boughton Sir John Mordant (fn. 73) ] Sir John Burgoine Sir Clement Fisher Sir Francis Lawley Sir John Bridgeman Sir John Knightley Sir Thomas Price Sir Theophilus Biddulph Sir John Hubbond Sir Thomas Norton Sir Thomas Dolman Sir Charles Wheeler Sir Orlando Bridgeman Sir Richard Nudigate Baronets Sir William Bromley Knight of the Bath Sir Adderley Sir Charles Lee Sir Arthur Caley Sir William Underhill Sir Richard Hopkins Sir John Clopton Sir Samuell Marrow Sir Andrew Hackett Sir Will: Jesson Sir Josiah Childe Sir William Bishop Knights Thomas Thynne Robert Burdett Thomas Lucy John Ferrers Thomas Arthur Sebret Kepington Richard Hopkins John Rowse Thomas Fisher Francis Fisher Richard Boughton of Bilton Richard Verney senior of Kingston John Coomes Walter Chetwin Ardin Bagot Henry Ferrers Thomas Rawlins Charles Newsham Hastings Ingram Thomas Wagstaffe John Chamberlin John Newsham Thomas Corbin Fredericke Blewston Adolphus Oughton senior George Devereux Henry Greene Basill Fielding Thomas Fetherston Richard Shugburgh Henry Parker William Coleman Arden Adderley Humphry Jenings George Sacheverill Edward Bentley James Prescott William Loggins Richard Eedes Nathaniell Stoughton [Richard (fn. 74) ] Hinton Henry Mathews Esquires Thomas Marriott John Stratford Esquires William Perkins John Snell Thomas Keite John Ludford Esquires Thomas Millard Edward Harvey William John Rugley William Bolton 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 City and County of the City of Coventry.

The Maior for the time being Sir Clement Fisher Sir Thomas Norton Baronets Sir Richard Hopkins Serjeant at Law Sir Arthur Caley Sir Robert Townsend Sir William Jesson Knights Richard Hopkins John Dugdale Robert Beake Humphry Lowe Henry Greene Edward Taylor John Bowater Esquires William Jelliffe Joseph Chambers James Nailor Ralph Phillips Nathaniell Harryman John Woodbridge Aldermen Thomas Wagstaffe Henry Smith Gentlemen.

For the County of Worcester

Master Secretary Coventry Tho: Lord Folliott of the Kingdome of Ireland Other Windsor Esquire John Coventry Esquire Sir John Packington Sir Henry Litleton Sir Francis Russell Sir Edward Seabright Sir William Kyte Sir Thomas Cookes Baronets Sir James Rushout Knight and Baronet Sir Rowland Berkley Sir John Winford Sir John Talbott Sir Christopher Musgrave Sir John Barnaby Sir Francis Winnington Knights Collonell Samuell Sandys John Packington Samuell Sandys junior Thomas Savage senior Thomas Savage junior Henry Herbert James Pitt Henry Jefferies William Bromley Robert Berkley Edward Carew Joseph Walsh Thomas Childe Henry Townsend senior Richard Couling William Swift Thomas Streete Serjeant at Law Edward Dingley Leonard Simpson Litleton Clent Thomas Vernon of Astwood Richard Lygon Edward Parteridge William Sheldon Walter Savage Thomas Jolliffe Thomas Simons Giles Parsons Anthony Sambage Henry Bromley of Upton Henry Townsend junior Phillip [Poley (fn. 75) ] Henry Winford Higens James Capell Hanbury Thomas Harris Robert Foley Goddard Carter Edmond Lechmore Henry Evett William Washborne Henry Spiller Thomas Watson William Lygon Broome Whorwood Thomas Bushell Nicholas Barnaby Francis Sheldon Thomas Haslewood Thomas Stevens John Bearcroft Bridges Nanfan Thomas Vernon Henry Parker Gerrard Dannett Martin Sandis Richard Nash Thomas Turvey William Dowdeswell Richard Dowdeswell Thomas Barker Marke Dingley Thomas Foley Esquires Humphrey Perrott junior John Newport John Clutton William Garrett Kemp Harwood Thomas Martin senior Edward Feild senior Gentlemen The Bayliffes of Droitwich for the time being The Maior of Evesham for the time being The Bailiffe of Bewdley for the time being.

For the City and County of the City of Worcester.

The Maior Aldermen and Sheriffes for the time being Sir John Packington Baronet Collonell Samuell Sandys Sir Francis Winington Knight Sir Rowland Berkley Knight Thomas Streete Serjeant at Law Thomas Vernon Esquire Richard Beddow Henry Taylor John Bearcroft William Norris William Swift Nicholas Baker Gentlemen.

For the County of Wilts.

The Right Honourable 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 Shaftesbury Thomas Herbert Edward Howard The Right Honourable Edward. Seymour and Henry Powle Esquires Sir John Ernle Knight Chauncellor of the Exchequer of His Majestyes most Honourable Privy Councill Sir Walter Saint John Sir John Button Sir William Estcourt Sir Richard Grubham How Sir Seymour Pile Sir Joseph Ash Sir Walter Ernle Sir Walter Longe Sir James Long Sir George Speeke 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 Mompesson Sir Thomas Estcourt the elder Sir Thomas Estcourt the younger Sir Stephen Fox Sir Richard Harrison Sir Henry Coker Sir Mathew Andrewes Sir Francis Chaplin Sir Giles Hungerford Sir John Saint Low Sir Edward Loe Knights Thomas Thinne George Pitt Lawrence Hyde Richard Lewis Henry Saint John Richard How George Cooper Francis Wroughton the elder Robert Hyde Francis Pile John Pleydell William Glanvile John Hall William Eyre William Brounker William Duckett Ralph Freake George Ayliffe Thomas Bennet George Bond Edmond Warnford Edward Nicholas of Maningford Thomas Mompesson Bernard Pawlett William Ash Alexander Thistlewaite Maurice Bocland Oliver Calley Thomas Lambert John Harrison Walter Ernle Charles Fox John Windham John Smith of Tidworth Richard Aldworth Charles Rawleigh John Collins George Low Jeffery Daniell Edward Goddard of Standen Thomas Gore William Trenchard William Hodges George Johnson Giles Eyre the elder Samuell Eyre William Swanton Henry Clerke the younger Giles Eyre the younger Thomas Chamberlaine Giles Estcourt John Scroope Nevill Maskline Francis Goddard Robert Drew John Bowles Thomas Penruddocke Robert Chaundler Thomas Pile Peter Dove John Hungerford Oliver Nicholas Henry Wallis Edmond Webb Richard Chaundler John Danvers John Deane Edward Nott John Ash Michaell Ernle Samuell Ash Thomas Goddard of Swinden Thomas Clerke John Mervin William Chaffin Thomas Chaffin John Norden William Norbourne John Hawkins Henry Webb John Mompesson Francis Hill Lawrence Swanton Edward Goddard of Ogborne Abian Stoakes Charles Tooker Benjamin Gifford John Fitzherbert Thomas Bennett Edmond Hungerford Gabriell Ashley John Brooke William Hearst John Wallis of Westwood Charles Yorke Ephraim Westley William Brounker Richard Greene John Hippesley John Young Hope Long Thomas Harris Richard Poore John Jacob Thomas Dennett the elder Francis Stonehouse Robert Foyle Richard Goddard Mathew Bennett Chr: Willoughby Chr: Pitt Edward Duke George Duke of Sarum George of Lake Henry Chivers Thomas Long Giles Litcott Thomas Dove Edward Nicholas Thomas Chitle James Lynch Anthony Hungerford John Wadman Robert Compton William Hewes Walter Norborne Charles Danvers Walter Grubb Henry Skillin William George William Willoughby William Barker Nathaniell Knight and John Bigg Esquires David Thomas Doctor of Phisicke James Bennett James Georges Walter Perkin of Lishill William Levett John Bigg George Sadler William Grinfeild Michell Beach Richard Hunt William Gauntlett John Gauntlett William Turner Nicholas Elliott Edward Hoburrough James Phipps Thomas Mitchell Thomas Rolt John Bennett Hitchcocke of White Parish Jona[than (fn. 76) ] Rivett Peregrine Thistlewaite Nicholas Greene Thomas Goddard of Rudloe John Yerbury John Curle William Ivy Walter Greene Thomas Stump John Smith the younger Nathaniell Trotman Charles Bowles John King Edward Dobney Charles Rayman Hancocke Christopher Potticor and Jonathan Rogers Gentlemen with the Maiors of Wilton and the Devizes and Marleburrough for the time being.

For the Citty of New Sarum.

James Harris Maior and The Maior for the time being William Swanton Esquire Recorder Sir Thomas Mompesson Knight Alexander Thistlewaite Esquire Giles Eyre Esquire Deputy Recorder Edward Edmonds Thomas Cutler senior William Viner senior Thomas Williams Christopher Gardiner James Bennett William Smith John Priaulx Thomas Keynton Giles Nash and Oliver Shergold Aldermen David Thomas Doctor of Phisicke John Windham William Hearst Thomas Chaffin James Harris Francis Hill Gabriell Ashley and Lawrence Swanton Esquires.

For the County of Westmorland

John Tufton Richard Tufton Esquires Sir Richard Musgrave Sir William Dalston Sir George Fletcher Sir John Lowther of Lowther Sir John Lowther of Sockebridge Baronets Sir Christopher Musgrave Sir John Otway Knights John Dalston James Bellingam Allen Bellingham Knight of the Shire Anthony Lowther Daniell Fleming Richard Lowther Robert Hilton Edward Wilson William Sandford William Fleming Henry Wilson Thomas Fletcher Thomas Hilton Christopher Dalston Christopher Phillipson Roger Moore Edward Musgrave Lancelott Mawchell Thomas Gebetis Esquires Thomas Lamplugh John Fisher Esquires George Fothergill Robert Brathwaite Christopher Teasdell James Bird Reynald Dobson Gentlemen The Maiors of Apleby and Kendall for the time being.

For the County of Anglesey

Robert Lord Bulkley Viscount Cassells of the Kingdome of Ireland Richard Bulkley Thomas Bulkley Henry Bulkley Esquires Sir Hugh Owen Sit Roger Mostin Baronets Nicholas Bagnall John Glynn John Robinson William Meyricke John Griffith Llanvachley Robert Roberts William Williams Thomas Holland David Lloyd Lloydiart William Bulkley Conisby Williams Owen Hughes John Owen Pencoes Edward Wynne Rowland White Howell Lewis Esquires Henry Jones Henry Davies John Price Robert Parry John Owen Llanvaithly Thomas Mostin Hugh Williams David Williams William Robarts Caeree Owen Williams John Hughes William Griffith Richard Edwards Gentlemen The Maior of Beaumaris for the time being.

For the County of Brecon

Thomas Bulcott Esquire High Sheriffe of the said County Charles Lord Herbert of Ragland Sonne and Heire apparent to the Marquesse of Worcester Sir Walter Williams Baronet Sir Thomas Williams Baronet William Morgan of Therow Esquire Richard Williams Esquire Thomas Lane Esquire John Ashburnham Esquire Rowland Gwynne Esquire John Jefferies Esquire Lewis Morgan Esquire Edward Proger Esquire Thomas Mansell Esquire Edmond Jones Esquire William Le Hunt Thomas Lewis Marmaduke Lloyd Thomas Walker Thomas Williams Walter Vaughan Guynne Vaughan Hugh Powell William Morgan of Newton John Williams John Stedman Edward Games Henry Proger Richard Guynne Marmaduke Guynne Daniell Williams Walter Williams Jasper Meller James Watkins Edward Williams Robert Lucy John Walbiefe Thomas Bowen Rees Penry Walter Williams Henry Williams of Langonider Henry Rumsey John Morgan Barzailli Jones William Vaughan John Gunter Rees Price John Guynne John Waters Lodowicke Lewis Phillip Parry Edward Herbert Esquires Henry Vaughan Doctor of Phisicke Lewis Jones William Morgan of Longeney William Bowen senior Lewis Gunter Lluellin Jenkins Charles Powell Thomas Williams of Abercamlais junior Samuell Pritchard Samuell Williams William Saunders Hugh Powell of Glynn William Lloyd Thomas Price of Glynn John Powell of Penkelley Richard Williams of Aberbrane Morgan Price William Lloyd of Llandhewircoom William Jones of Hepstey Richard Jones Gentlemen Godfrey Harcourt Hugh Penrey Coroners.

For the Towne of Brecon

John Waters Esquire and The Bayliffe for the time being James Jones Esquire Recorder or the Recorder for the time being John Jefferies Esquire William Philips [Towne Clerke (fn. 77) ] Rees Penry Lodowicke Lewis Esquires William Thomas Richard Jones John Price Saunder Saunders Howell Williams Gentlemen.

For the County of Cardigan

Edward James Esquire High Sheriffe of the said County Sir Thomas Price of the Lodge Baronet Edward Vaughan of Transcoed Hector Phillips of Cardigan Morgan Herbert of Havod Thomas Price of Lanfread Hugh Griffith of Urglaugh James Jones of Abermaid Walter Lloyd of Almarch Erasmus Lloyd of Mabus Thomas Lloyd of Castell Howell Thomas Lloyd of Richo Arthen Thomas Powell of Lechweth Diris Thomas Lewis of Coedmore Watkin Lloyd of Wern Newith Thomas Lloyd of Bromeith Cornelius Lebrune of Nant Eos John Lewis of Girnos Thomas Jenkins of Dyffrin Lynod John Lloyd of Kilgwin John Williams of Abernantbican John Herbert of Gagartham Morgan Lloyd of Greene Grove Thomas Knowles of Unisheare Esquires Richard Lloyd of Mabus Francis Vaughan John Price of Randhir Richard Lewis of Pantiridin Morgan Lloyd of Foes Heleg Gentlemen The Maior of Cardigan for the time being James Lloyd Esq[uire] John Morris Mathew Griffiths Arthur Bateman Henry Stedman Hector Morgan Gentlemen.

For the County of Carmarthen

John Lord Vaughan Sonne and Heire apparent to the Earle of Carbery Altham Vaughan Esquire Ralaigh Mansell Esquire High Sheriffe of the said County Sir Edward Mansell Sir Sackvile Crow Sir Rice Rudd Sir William Russell Baronets Sir Rice Williams Baronet Richard Vaughan of Taracoed Walter Vaughan of Llanally John Ashburnham John Vaughan of Court Derlisk John Vaughan of Place Gwynn William Guynn Rowland Guynn of Taliaris Thomas Lloyd of Porlandowill Owen Bridgestocke of Llandaby William Bridgestock of [Llightoony (fn. 78) ] Christopher Midleton Richard Jones of Tregibb William Wogan John Powell Edward Vaughan of Penybanck Richard Bloome Thomas Williams of Talley Richard Vaughan of Derlis James Jones of Delacothy William Bevans of Penycoyd Richard Gwynne of Guempa Roger Manwairing Walter Midleton John Lloyd of Llanlowthog John Morgan Griffith Lloyd Richard Brett John Williams of Aberchoy Thomas Lloyd of Alti Cadnow Thomas Gwynn of Kanordy Esquires James Prothero of Hawkesbrooke Christmas Vaughan John Lloyd of Frood William Brigstocke of Castle Piggin Arthur Guynne of Pyod Charles Phillips of Lletty Garriard John Evans of Treventy Francis Price of Llaneddy Henry Owen of Glaswalt Jonathan Scurlock Thomas Davis of Newton Owen Bowen Hugh Jones of Llanelly William Williams of Ystradwralt Henry Vaughan of Trimsaran Walter Morgan Gentlemen.

For the Towne of Carmarthen

The Maior for the time being John Lord Vaughan Sonne and Heire apparent to the Earle of Carbery of the Kingdome of Ireland Altham Vaughan Esquire John Lloyd Towne Clerke Walter Vaughan of Llanelley Esquire John Vaughan of Court Derlles Richard Vaughan Esquire of the same John Vaughan of Placegwyn Thomas Jones Dawkins Goffe Richard Thomas Robert Lewis John Oakley Thomas Bynon William Brigstock John Williams Richard Lee Aldermen Henry Vaughan Jonathan Scurlocke Martin Bynon Edward Jones David Jones George Lewis Gentlemen.

For the County of Caernarvan

Robert Lord Viscount Bulkley of the Kingdome of Ireland Lord Willoughby Richard Bulkley Robert Roberts Thomas Bulkley Esquires Sir John Wynne Sir Roger Mostin Sir Robert Williams Baronets Sir Robert Owen Knight Thomas Mostin Nicholas Bagnall William Griffith of Llyne Griffith Vaughan Robert Wynn Thomas Vaughan John Wynne Robert Coytmore Griffith Wynn Hugh Williams William Bulkley John Wynn Barthaer Thomas Madrin John Wynne Tu Guyn Richard Anvill John Glyn Conisby Williams Richard Griffith Robert Hookes Owen Wynn Richard Kiffin William Pricherch Lewis Merricke Robert Wynn William Wynn Llananda Holland Williams Hugh Bodurda Thomas Wynn William Glynn Randall Wynn William Wynn of Wern Esquires William Archer Hugh Lewis Owen Barry Richard Edwards William Lloyd Robert Gethin John Owen Hugh Owen William Griffith of Madrin Issa Gentlemen.

For the County of Denby

Hedd Lloyd Esquire High Sheriffe of the said County Sir John Wynn Knight and Baronet Sir John Salisbury Sir Walter Baggot Sir Thomas Powell Sir Thomas Midleton Sir Evan Lloyd Baronets Sir Roger Mostin Knight and Baronet Sir William Neale Sir Thomas Jones one of His Majestyes Justices of the Kings Bench Sir Robert Agburrough Sir John Trevor Sir Kenrick Eaton and Sir Robert Owen Knights Thomas Powell Thomas Carter John Wynn John Trevor of Trevalin John Langford Edward Vaughan of Lloydiarth John Robinson Mutton Davis Edward Brereton Cadwallider Wynn John Thelwall Euble Thelwall William Williams Thomas Vaughan John Jeffreys Robert Wynn of Bertsha William Price David Maurice of Pennyboate Edward Maurice of Llorraine Rich: Midleton of Chirke Charles Midleton Francis Manley Owen Wynn William Parry Bevis Lloyd Owen Thelwall Mathew Price Robert Price of [Gooler (fn. 79) ] Josuah Edisbury William Lloyd of Halton John Midleton Charles Goodman Richard Lloyd of Segroyt Roger Mostin of Brimbo Hugh Roberts John Dolben John Maesmore Peirce Foulkes of Meriadocke John Price of Vaynall Hugh Meridith Robert Wynn of Lanidlas John Lloyd of Bodidrist John Lloyd of Gwreech Thomas Holland Yale of Yale William Vaughan of Bronhilogg William Jones Peter Foulkes of [Erviat (fn. 80) ] John Chambers Richard Parry Thomas Rosandall Ellis Lloyd of Ruabon Edward Lloyd of Place Maddocke and Jasper Peake Esquires Robert Wynn of Garthewin Howell Lloyd Euble Lloyd Robert Turbridge Thomas Lloyd of Wrexam Edward Williams Robert Holland Ellis Sutton David Lloyd of Croes Onnen Henry Vaughan of Glynn John Lloyd of Rossa John [Griffiths (fn. 81) ] John Edwards and Thomas Powell of Stansti Thomas Griffith Captaine Robert Gething Owen Lloyd of Wickwer Thomas Lloyd of Keven John Lloyd of Brinn Lliciar William Morris of Kenevy Braick John Winn of Venitid Thomas Pritchard David Lloyd of Llangollenvechan John Maddox John Ashpoole John Midleton and John Powell of Llandernogg Edward Chambers David Williams Edwards of Holt Parke Robert Cowley Captaine Robert Gething William Mores Richard Lloyd of Lanninus Humphrey Wynne Robert Griffith of Brimbo The two Aldermen and two Bayliffes of Denbigh for the time being Edward Davies Robert Roberts Foulke Davies Thomas Roberts Robert Edwards of [Psalyollin (fn. 82) ] Edward Lloyd of Dwyvaen Robert Winn of Llangum David Lloyd of Kum and Rodericke Lewis Gentlemen The Maior of Holt for the time being.

For the County of Flint

Edward Lloyd Esquire High Sheriffe of the said County Sir John Salsbury Sir John Hanmer Sir Thomas Grosvenor Sir Evan Lloyd Sir Roger Mostin Sir [Evan (fn. 83) ] Glinn Baronets Sir John Trevor Sir Kenricke Eyton Sir Saint John. Gwillim Knights William Hanmer John Trevor Thomas Mostin Thomas Lloyd Thomas Pindar William Price Thomas. Hanmer Thomas Carter Robert Whitley Mutton Davies George Hope Roger Whitley Thomas Humphreys William. Williams John Midleton Kenricke Eyton John Price Owen Wynn John Salsbury senior John Salsbury junior Piers Pennant Charles Jones Thomas Eyton Thomas Edwards Peter Wynn Richard Parry Thomas Whitley Ralph Whitley Thomas Griffith of Caervis Walter Clapton John Broughton Thomas Evans John Winn of Gopp William Griffith Thomas Griffith of Mannereh Edward Morgan Ellis Young Thomas Whitley Edward Mostin Edward Evatt Thomas Cratchley William Lloyd Luke Lloyd George Winn Owen Barton Edward Ravenscroft Jasper Peck John Lloyd of Wellington Esquires John Whitley John Lloyd of Knolton John Griffith of Quibyr Josias Jones John Powell of Kelstrim Edward Wynne Robert Lloyd of Caergurle Thomas Price Roger Williams Luke Lloyd junior William Phillips John Mathews Robert Griffith of Pengwern William Rutter William Butler John Lloyd of Wickner Roger Jones Peter Pritchard Gentlemen Robert Conway and Griffith Williams Esquires.

For the County of Glamorgan

Charles Lord Herbert of Ragland Sonne and Heire Apparent to the Marquisse of Worcester Thomas Streete Serjeant at Law and Owen Winn Esquire His Majestyes Justices of the Great Session Thomas Gibbon Esquire High Sheriffe of the said County Sir Edward Mansell Sir Edward Stradling Sir Robert Thomas Sir Charles Kemys Sir John Awberry Barronets Sir Leoline Jenkins Knight Evan Seyes Serjeant at Law William Morgan Richard Lewis John Ashburnham Thomas Lewis Richard Bassett William Herbert Humphrey Windham David Jenkins John Windham David Mathew Thomas Carne Thomas Stradling senior Collonell Thomas Stradling Lieutenant Collonell Carne Major Humphrey Windham Francis Winn Oliver Jones John Avan Martin Button Richard Langhorne William Thomas Edward Lewis John Bowen David Evans Walter Evans Bussy Mansell Marmaduke Gibbs Rowland Dawkins Edmond Gamadge William Herbert Edmond Thomas Richard Seys William Seys George Bowen Miles Mathew Captaine Edward Mathew Edward Mansell Thomas Mansell Thomas Mansell of Penrice Esquires Edward Thomas Lewis Thomas Miles Button James Gwinn Thomas Bassett of Lanveythin Thomas Bassett of Bolston John Price of Court Carney Jeremiah Dawkins Robert Bidder Thomas Price of Pengllwingare Leyson Evans George Williams William Seys of Rheding Edward Carne of Cornetowne Thomas Longhor of Cownley Richard Jenkins of Pantinawell James Turbervill Edward [Turberill (fn. 84) ] Edward Powell George Lucas William Awbrey of Pencoed Roger Powell of Enar Glynn Iltid Nicholl Gentlemen John Llewellin Edmund Parker Corroners Thomas Williams Benjamin Browne Esquires Bayliffes of [Cordiffe. (fn. 85) ]

For the County of Merioneth

Robert Winn of Mascanieth High Sheriffe of the said County Sir John Winn Knight and Baronet Sir John Salusbury Baronet Sir Thomas Midleton Baronet Sir Roger Mostin Baronet Sir Robert Owen Knight Thomas Mostin Griffith Vaughan William Price Owen Salusbury Edward Vaughan Owen Wynn of Glynn John Lloyd of Maesy Pandy Richard Anwill William Pugh Lewis Owen William Williams of Glascoed Vincent Corbett Jenkin Vaughan of Caethly John Vaughon of Caergay John Wynn Owen Wynn of Mellay William Parry Ellis Young John Lloyd junior Humphrey Hughes Owen Anwell John Lloyd of Ruedock Richard Mostin Richard Anwell John Wynn of Comin Nathaniell Jones Hugh Tudor John Maesmore Griffith Lloyd of Mayce Pandy Lewis Lewis Edmond Merricke Esquires Owen Eyton John Price Oliver Thomas William Vaughan of Caergay [Evan Evans Anthony Thomas (fn. 86) ] Richard Anwell William Williams William Humphreys of Maerdie Griffith Vaughan of Dolmie Vinlin Robert Price of Iskarnetha Robert Ellis Edward Winn Evan Lloyd of Rhiwgoch John Lloyd of Kevenvaice John Lewis of Festiniogg John Lloyd of Ukon Robert Vaughon of Kironooch Lewis Owens of Havodtowell Maurice Jones of Hendoor Ellis Davis William Owens John Morgan Gent..

For the County of Mountgomery

John Williams Esquire High Sheriffe of the said County Andrew Newport Esquire Sir Richard Corbett Sir John Price Sir John Whitterong Sir Francis Lawley Baronets Sir Thomas Jones Sir Richard Mason Knights George Devereux Edward Vaughan of Lloydiarth Edward Vaughan of Guernigo Will: Pugh of Matthaverne Edward Lloyd of Berth Lloyd Edward Kenaston Robert Leighton William Oakley Richard Mostin of Doley Coeslin Richard Owen of Rinsafen Edmund Wareing Henry Blaney Mathew Price of Parke Robert Owen of the Woodhouse David Morris of Pennybont Sidney Godolphin of Broniarth Thomas Winde Arthur Weaver Arthur Weaver junior William Williams Mathew Morgan John Mathews Edmond Lloyd of Trefnant David Powell Vincent Peirce Richard Stedman Rowland Hunt Richard Miton John Wynn of Dolearthin Thomas Lloyd of Trowscord Esquires Thomas Thynne of Garth William Eyton Robert Lee Thomas Morris of Treveddride Gentlemen Charles Herbert of Aston Charles Ninoe Edward Lloyd of Matharavall Rowland Owen of Kinlooth Humphrey Lleyth John Lloyd of Llanhaven Edward Price of Glumeheley Edward Barrett Richard Herbert of Kerrey Evan Glynn Esquires William Kiffin Richard Glin of Guistride Thomas Mason John Oakley Thomas Hodson Edward Evans of Phiedgcarow Edward Evans junior Evan Vaughan of Castlethinawh Sydney Būller Evan Vaughan of Llantwilling Evan Evans of Cumy Anett Hugh Davies of Colfrin Robert Price of Llanwelling Edward Herbert Richard Evans junior John Bright of Mithington Meredith Lloyd of Breynellers Samuell Lloyd of Llantmichwood Edward Cun Rees Lloyd of Conney Richard Ingram of Llanidlos John Wilson Richard Davies of Llenhilva William Penrin Arthur Vaughan Robert Kenaston Evan Bowen of Colfrin John Thomas Llanvaire John Edwards Oliver Jones William Biggs William Mathews of Guernedee Evan Jones John Reade John Griffiths of Glanhaverin Humphrey Jones of Poole Thomas Parry William Pierce Daniell Whittingham Nicholas Wareing George Robinson Griffith Robinson Price Clunne Charles Jones of Leighton John Vaughan of Mivod Humphrey Lloyd of Goitree William Lloyd of Finant Roger Trevor Morris Lloyd of Henblaste William Derwas Robert Evans of Llandirinio James Hanmer Robert Owen Gentlemen Henry Herbert Francis Buller junior John Edwards of Rerington Esquires Edmond Jones of Llanvellen Nathaniell Kinaston Gent. The Bayliffe [for (fn. 87) ] the Towne of Mountgomery for the time being George Llewelin Esquire Richard Owen junior of Rhusason Edward Whittingham Roger Jones, Humphrey Jones of Garthmall David Price of Penstrowed William Price of Gwestyd Lewis Price Henry Vaughan Edward Browne Randle Owen.

For the County of Pembrooke.

Sir Erasmus Phillips Sir John Stepneth Sir Hugh Owen Sir John Barlow Barronets Sir Herbert Perret Knight Francis Phillips High Sheriffe of the said County Essex Merrick Lewis Parlow Arthur Owen Rowland Langhorne Hugh Bowen Hector Phillips Lewis Wogan of Boulston John [Owen of Treroone William Scurfeild Lewis (fn. 88) ] Wogan of Wiston Griffith Dawes Thomas Howard Walter Midleton William Phillips William Wogan John Cannon William Mordant David Williams Thomas Lloyd John Elliott Arthur Langharne Thomas Lort Thomas Owen Nathaniell Powell John Thomas Richard Phillips John Barlow James Lloyd Griffith Hawkewell Henry Walter James Ap Rice John Williams George Bowen Nicholas Adams Hugh Langharne William Owen David Morgan John Mathias William Warren Lewis John William Meare David Morris Esquires George Lort Richard Cuney William Foard Thomas Simmons John Phillips of Trelewellin William Bourne of Williamston Thomas Edwards John Wogan James Langharne Reignald Howell Thomas Jones Jenkin Jones John Jordan John Meyrrick John Owen of Parshills Captaine William Williams John Lewis William Skyrme William Lloyd of Trewent Thomas Jones of Panty Derry Gwin Vaughan John Bell William Jones John Childe Robert Chambers The Maior of Pembrooke for the time being Mathew Bowen George Powell Francis Rogers Gentlemen The Maior of Tenby for the time being Henry Jones Devereux Hammond James Lloyd Gentlemen.

For the Towne and County of Haverford West.

John Williams Esquire Maior Edward Hughes Gentleman Sheriffe Sir Hugh Owen Sir Erasmus Phillips Sir John Barlow Sir John Stepneth Baronets Sir Herbert Perrott Knight Lewis Wogan of Wiston Lewis Wogan of Boulston Arthur Owen Thomas Cozens William Wogan Thomas Haward John Thomas Esquires John Barlow Gentlemen Thomas Bowen John Bateman Lewis Barron and Robert Prust Aldermen Thomas Cozens John Fowler Benjamin Twineing Thomas Wilkins George Lewis and Vincent Powell Gentlemen.

For the County of Radnor

Sir John Morgan Baronet Sir Edward Harley Knight of the Bath Thomas Vaughan Esquire High Sheriffe of the said County Richard Fowler Henry Walcott Richard Williams Morrice Wynn Thomas Lewis senior Thomas Lewis of Monaighty Thomas Hughes Rowland Gwinn Samuell Powell Thomas Harley Henry Probert Mathew Price John Fowler Robert Lucy Bristock Harford Griffith Jones senior Edward Freemen Edward Price Nicholas Taylor William Probert John James Edward Davies Nicholas Meredith James Lloyd John Walsam Thomas Lewis junior Herbert Weston Marmaduke Grimes Hugh Powell Robert Cutler Thomas Howard Griffith Jones junior John Davies Thomas Corbett Lewis of Headwall Esquires John Probert Henry Bull William Taylor John Lewis Lloyd Weston Walter Vaughan Thomas Lewis Jeremiah Powell Thomas Powell Evan Vaughan. Edward Phillips Gabriell Taylor Jonas Stephens Francis Richards William Morgan Evan Bowen Thomas Williams Thomas Griffith Nehemiah Kitleby The Bayliffe of New Radnor and two Aldermen for the time being.

III. Commissioners to meet in the several Counties, &c. on or before the 4th March 1679.

and may subdivide themselves.

And bee it further enacted 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 Cityes Burroughes Townes and Places respectively on or before the Fourth day of March One thousand six hundred seaventy and nine And the said Commissioners or soe many of them as shall be present at the said First Generall Meeting or the major part of them are hereby authorized and required to putt this 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 Three 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. Commissioners at their Meeting to appoint Receiver General.

And bee it enacted and declared That the Commissioners at their aforesaid first Generall Meeting or the major part of them shall and are hereby authorized and required to nominate and appoint under their Hands and Seales an honest able and responsible Person to be Receiver Generall for each County City or Division respectively takeing sufficient Security from such Receiver Generall in the Kings Name for His Majestyes Use.

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

And bee it further enacted by the Authoritie 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 acknowledgeing his Receipt of the full Summe charged upon such Hundred or Division for such particular Payment which Receipt shall be a full Discharge of such Hundred or Division for such particular Payment against His Majestie His Heires and Successors

VI. £103, 231, 8s. 7½d. to be paid to Receiver General 24th May 1680.

£103, 231. 8s. 7½d. Second Payment, 24th Aug. 1680.; Commissioners to deliver a Schedule of Sums assessed to Receiver General, to be transmitted by him to the Exchequer.

And bee it further enacted by the Authority aforesaid That the summe of One hundred three thousand two hundred thirty and one pounds eight shillings and seaven pence halfe penny being the first of the said two quarterly Payments hereby imposed shall be assessed collected levyed and paid unto the Receiver. Generall of the said severall Countyes and Places on or before the Fower and twentieth day of May One thousand six hundred and eighty and the summe of One hundred three thousand two hundred thirty and one pounds eight shillings and seaven pence halfe penny being the second of the said two quarterly Payments on or before the Fower and twentyeth day of August in the said Yeare of our Lord One thousand six hundred and eighty. And the said Commissioners are hereby required to deliver or cause to be delivered a Schedule or Note containeing the particular Summes assessed [on (fn. 89) ] each Parish or Place to the Receiver Generall of each County City Burrough Towne or Place respectively to be by him the said Receiver Generall transmitted into the Kings Remembrancers Office in the Exchequer within fifteene dayes after he shall have received the same

VII. Money received by Collectors to be paid to Receiver General, who is to give Notice to Commissioners of such Payment.

Receipt of Receiver General to be a Discharge.

And bee it further enacted and declared by the Authority aforesaid That the money received by the Collectors within the respective Divisions or Hundreds shall from time to time be duely paid to the Receiver Generall or to his Deputy or Deputies to be appointed under his Hand and Seale whereof notice under the Hand and Seale of the Receiver Generall shall be given [to (fn. 90) ] the Commissioners or any two of them within the respective Divisions or Hundreds within Eight dayes after the first Generall Meeting and soe from time to time within Eight 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.

VIII. Particular Collectors to pay to Receiver General, &c.

Not obliged to travel above Ten Miles for Payments.; Salary to Receiver General, &c.; Regulations as to returning Duplicate of Assessment.

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 Deputies for payment whereof the said Collectors shall not be obliged to travell above Ten miles from the places of their Habitations which said Receivers Generall are hereby required forthwith to transmitt or cause to be paid the moneys by them received into the Receipt of the Exchequer And the Lord High Treasurer or Lords Commissioners of the Treasury for the time being or any three or more of them are hereby authorized and required to allow the said Receiver Generall of each County City and Towne respectively in case he hath returned up as aforesaid a Duplicate of the Assesments of each Parish or Place in the County City 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 his Accompt which Duplicate soe to be returned into the said Receipt of the Exchequer is to containe noe more then the Summes in grosse to be collected by each Collector and the severall Names of the said Collectors

IX. Allowance to Collectors.

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

And it is hereby further enacted and declared That the Collectors of each Parish or Place which shall be appointed by vertue of this Act shall upon Collection of the whole Summe appointed to be collected by them and Payment thereof as is hereby before appointed have and receive for their Paines in collecting and paying the moneyes 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 Two Quarterly Payments And the said Receiver Generall upon the Receipt of the whole Assesment of the County City 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 or more of them One penny in the Pound for the Commissioners Clerkes for their Paines in faire Writeing the Assesments Duplicates and Copies.

X. Places to be assessed 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 Offices Constablwicks Divisions and Allotments shall pay and be assessed in such County Hundred Place Rape Division or Wapentake according to the like Proportions and Distributions in respect to this present Assesment as they were assessed and taxed by the said recited Act.

XI. Receiver General and their Deputies to give Acquittances to Collectors. without Fee.; such Acquittances to be a Discharge.

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 severall Collectors aforesaid upon the Payment of the whole Summe or any part thereof due for their Parish or Place respectively at each time of Payment aforesaid severall Acquittances under their Hands and Seales without takeing any thing for the same which said Acquittances of every respective 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.

XII. Treasury authorized, as herein mentioned, to issue Money granted by this Act.

Persons lending Money on the Credit of this Act to have Tally and Order for Repayment.; Interest at £8 per Cent. per Ann.

And whereas it will be necessary for the more speedy disbanding and paying off the said Forces soe raised That Money should be borrowed upon the Credit of the said Two hundred six thousand fower hundred sixty two pounds seaventeene shillings and three pence given by this Act And that the issueing and paying thereof out of His Majestyes Exchequer may be with the most Expedition for the Ends aforesaid Bee it enacted by the Authoritie aforesaid That the Lord Treasurer and Under Treasurer of the Exchequer for the time being or the Lords Commissioners of the Treasury now or for the time being or any Three or more of them shall and are hereby authorized by Order or Warrant under their Hands without any Privy Seale or other Warrant from the King his Heires or Successors to issue the Money by this Act granted to such Person and Persons and according to such Rules Orders and Directions as are hereby directed and appointed and not otherwise And that all and every Person and Persons who shall lend any Money to His Majestie upon the Credit of the aforesaid Summe of Two hundred six thousand fower hundred sixty two pounds seaventeene shillings and three pence and pay the same into the Receipt of the Exchequer shall immediately and by vertue hereof have a Tally of Loane for the same and an Order for Repayment beareing the same Date with the Tally with a Clause therein inserted for the Payment of Interest for such money at the rate of Eight pounds per Centum by the yeare to be paid every Three moneths untill the Repayment of the Principall which Order of Loane shall be in these words mutatis mutandis that is to say

Form of Order of Loan.

Order is by us taken this day of by vertue of an Act entituled An Act for granting a Supply to His Majestie of Two hundred and six thousand foure hundred sixty two pounds seaventeene shillings and three pence for paying off and disbanding the Forces raised since the Nine and twentyeth of September One thousand six hundred seaventy and seaven That you deliver and pay of such His Majestyes Treasure as remaines in your Charge of the Summe of Two hundred six thousand fower hundred sixty two pounds seaventeene shillings and three pence ariseing by vertue of the said Act unto or his Assignes the Summe of in Repayment of soe much Money by him lent unto His Majestie upon the Credit of the said Summe of Two hundred six thousand fower hundred sixtie two pounds seaventeene shillings and three pence and paid into the Receipt of His Majestyes Exchequer the said day of as by a Tally leavyed at the Receipt of the Exchequer beareing Date the same day appeares together with the Interest thereof at the rate of Eight pounds per Cent? per Ann? at the end of every Three moneths untill the repayment of the Principall And these together with his or her Acquittance or the Acquittance of his or her Assignee or Assignes shall be your Discharge therin.

If sufficient Money not advanced to pay Commission Officers what shall be due to them, Commissioners to give a Debenture on the Treasury for Payment, with Interest at £8 per Cent. payable Quarterly.

And that in case there shall not be money enough advanced by Loane to pay the Commission Officers what shall be to them due upon stateing their Accompts the Commissioners appointed by this Act for disbanding the said Forces or any one or more of them are hereby authorized and required to give to ( (fn. 91) ) the said Officers a Certificate or Debenter under their or any of their Hands and Seales directed to the Lord Treasurer or Lords Commissioners of the Treasury for the time being who shall thereupon by vertue of this Act without any Privy Seale or other Warrant from His Majestie His Heires or Successors give or cause to be given to every such respective Officer or Officers an Order for the Payment of the Summe soe certified together with Interest for the same after the rate of Eight pounds per Centum per Annum to be paid Quarterly from the day of the Date of such Order untill the Payment of the money due thereupon.

XIII. If Money due for quartering Officers, &c. cannot be paid, Commissioners to give a like Debenture on the Treasury, with Interest at £8 per Cent. payable Quarterly.

And in case the persons to whome money shall be due for Quartering of Officers or Souldiers or any of them cannot be paid at the time of stateing the Accounts of the Debts due to such Persons by reason of the deficiency of advance of Money by Loane as aforesaid the said Commissioners or any one or more of them are hereby authorized and required to give to every of the said Persons or any other by them or any of them sufficiently entrusted a like Certificate or Debenter under their or any of their Hands and Seales directed to the Lord Treasurer or Lords Commissioners of the Treasury for the time being who shall thereupon by vertue of this Act without any Privy Seale or other Warrant give or cause to be given to such Person or Persons an Order for the Payment of the summe soe certifyed together with Interest for the same after the rate of Eight pounds per Centum per Annum to be paid Quarterly from the day of the date of such Order untill the payment of the Money due thereupon.

XIV. After disbanding, Commissioners to make up an Account of Deductions for Clothing out of Pay, &c.; and to distribute what shall remain unpaid, and make Certificate thereof to the Treasury, who shall thereupon order Payment, &c.

And bee it further enacted That after the Forces shall be actually disbanded the Commissioners for disbanding the Forces or any two or more of them shall make up an Account with the Paymaster of the said Forces of all such summes of Money as have beene by him deducted for Cloathes out of the pay of the Souldiers before the First day of September last past together with [an (fn. 92) ] Account of what shall be by them the said Commissioners since that time deducted from any Officer or Souldier for Cloathes and of what shall then appeare to them to remaine unpaid to any person that furnished the same shall make a proportionable distribution to such person or persons and make a Certificate or Debenter thereof to the Lord Treasurer or Lords Commissioners of the Treasury for the time being in manner as aforesaid who shall thereupon by vertue of this Act as aforesaid direct the like Order for payment to such Person or Persons without any Clause for payment of Interest to be in such Order inserted.

XV. Commissioners may examine and adjust Accounts with Officers and Persons who have delivered Clothes to Soldiers hereby discharged, and deduct what shall appear due, and make Certificate thereof.

Quarters of Soldiers being first discharged; the said Accounts to be stated before disbanding, &c.

And whereas there are severall Persons that have delivered Cloathes or other Necessaries to the Souldiers (by this Act to be discharged) for which they have the severall Officers Receipts for the same but have not as yet obtained from the respective Officers Assignements upon the Paymaster Bee it further enacted That the said Commissioners or any two or more of them shall and may have power to examine adjust and make up the Accompts as well with the respective Officers as with such Person or Persons before such Officers shall receive their respective Orders and that what shall appeare to be really and bona fide due shall be deducted by the said Commissioners and distributed to such Person or Persons and make such Certificate as aforesaid of the same as if they had obtained Assignements from the respective Officers upon the Paymaster and in like manner the said Commissioners shall deduct and keepe in their hands all such summe and summes of Money as shall appeare to the said Commissioners under the hand of any Souldier to be due to his Officer and to pay the same to such Officer the Quarters of such Souldier being first paid off and discharged according to such direction onely as the Officer hath given to the Innekeeper or Landlord soe as the said Accompts betweene the Officer and Soldier be stated before the day of disbanding and soe as such deduction shall be made onely out of the Pay due to such Souldier and not out of the free guift hereby given.

XVI. Orders for Repayment of Loan entered according to Date of Tally.

Orders for Payment of Officers to be registeredin Course.; Persons to be paid in Course as their Orders stand entered.; Monies raised by Assessments to be liable in the same Order.; No Fee for providing or making Books, &c. or for Payment of Money lent.; Penalty.; Punishment.; Undue Preference by Officer; Penalty.Undue Preference by Deputy; Penalty, Auditor, Clerk of the Pells, or Teller not making Payments in due Order; Penalty.How all such Penalties shall be recovered.

And it is hereby further enacted That all Orders for the repayment of Loanes on this Act shall be entred according to the dates of the respective Tallyes of Loane And all Orders for payment of Commission Officers of the Army and the discharge of Quarters and payment for Cloathes shall be registred in course according to their respective dayes and times of bringing thereof and none of the Orders abovementioned shall have preference one before another but shall be entred in their Course according to the dates of [their (fn. 93) ] said Tallyes and the times of bringing their other Orders as they are in point of time respectively before each other And that all and every person and persons shall be paid in Course according as their Orders shall stand entred in the said Register Booke soe as that the Person Native or Forreigner his Executors Administrators and Assignes who shall have his Order or Orders first entred in the said Booke of Register shall be taken and accounted as the first person to be paid upon the Two hundred six thousand fower hundred sixty two pounds seaventeene shillings three pence to come in by vertue of this Act [And he she or they that shall have his her or their Order or Orders next entred shall be taken and accounted to be the second person to be paid and soe successively and in course And that the two hundred six thousand fower hundred sixty two pounds seaventeene shillings three pence to come in by vertue of this Act (fn. 94) ] shall be in the same Order lyeable to the satisfaction of the said respective Partyes their Executors Administrators or Assignes successively without preference of one before another and not otherwise and not to be divertible to any other use intent or purpose whatsoever and that noe Fee or Reward or Gratuity directly or indirectly be demanded or taken of any of your Majeftyes Subjects for provideing or makeing any such Bookes Registers Entryes View Searches or Certificate in or for Payment of money lent or the Interest thereof or for Payment of any money upon any Order by any of your Majestyes Officer or Officers their Clerkes or Deputyes on paine of payment of Treble Damages to the party grieved by the partie offending with costs of Suite or if the Officer himselfe take or demand any such Fee or Reward then to loose his Place alsoe And if any undue preference of one before another shall be made either in point of Registry or of Payment contrary to the true meaning of this Act by any such Officer or Officers then the partie offending shall be lyable by Action of Debt or on the case to pay the value of the Debt Damages and Costs to the partie grieved and shall be forejudged from his Place or Office, And if such preference be unduely made by any his Deputy or Clerke without direction or privity of his Master then such Deputy or Clerke onely shall be lyable to such Action Debt Damages and Costs and shall be for ever after incapeable of his Place or Office And in case the Auditor shall not direct the Order or the Clerke of the Pells record or the Teller make Payment according to each persons due Place and Order as afore-directed then he or they shall be adjudged to forfeite and their respective Deputyes and Clerkes herein offending to be lyeable to such Action Debt Damages and Costs in manner as aforesaid all which said Penalties Forfeitures Damages and Costs to be incurred by any of the Officers of the Exchequer or any their Deputyes or Clerks shall and may be recovered by Action of Debt Bill Plaint or Information in any of his Majesties Courts of Record at Westminster wherein noe Essoigne Protection Priviledge Wager of Law Injunction or Order of Restraint shall be in any wise granted or allowed.

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

Provided alwayes and bee it hereby declared That if it happen that severall Tallyes of Loane beare date or be brought the same day to the Auditor of the Receipt to be registred then it shall be interpreted noe undue preference which of those he enters first soe he enters them all the same day.

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

Provided alsoe That it shall not be interpreted any undue preference to incurr any penalty in point of Payment if the Auditor direct and the Clerke of the Pells record and the Teller doe pay subsequent Orders of persons that come and demand their money and bring their Order before other persons that did not come to demand their money and bring their Order in their course soe as there be soe much money reserved as will satisfie their Orders which shall not be otherwise disposed but kept for them Interest upon Loane or Orders being to cease from the time the money is soe reserved and kept in Bancke for them.

XIX. Orders for Payment of Monies may be assigned by Indorsement.

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

And bee it further enacted by the Authoritie aforesaid That every person or persons to whome any money shall be due upon the Two hundred six thousand fower hundred sixty two pounds seaventeene shillings and three pence given by vertue of this Act after Order entered in the Booke of Register aforesaid for Payment thereof his Executors Administrators or Assignes by Endorsement of his Order may assigne and transferr his Right Title Interest and Benefitt of such Order or any part thereof to any other which being notified in the Office of the Auditor for the Receipt aforesaid and an Entry and Memoriall thereof alsoe made in the Booke of Registry aforesaid for Orders which the Officers shall [upon request (fn. 95) ] without Fee or Charge accordingly make shall entitule such Assignee his Executors Administrators and Assignes to the Benefitt thereof and Payment thereon, And such Assignee may in like manner assigne againe and soe toties quoties and afterwards it shall not be in the power of such person or persons who have made such Assignements to make void release or discharge the same or any the moneys thereby due or any part thereof.

XX. Commissioners not liable to Penalties of 25 C. II. c. 2. for executing this Act.

And bee it further enacted by the Authoritie aforesaid That noe Commissioner or Commissioners or any other Officer that shall bee 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.

XXI. Monies levied under this Act, (Exception). to be appropriated to the paying and disbanding the Forces, &c.

Doing, &c. any Act to divert or misapply Monies; Premunire, 16 R. II. c.5.; and incapable of Pardon.

And bee it further enacted by the Authoritie aforesaid That all moneyes herein before named and mentioned collected levyed and paid by vertue of this Act into the Receipt of the Exchequer as well upon Loane as otherwise except the Allowances therein made to the respective Collectors Clerkes and Receivers Generall and the usuall Fees of the Officers of the Exchequer and to the Commissioners hereby appointed for disbanding the said Forces and what shall be issued thence for the repayment of Loanes and payment of Orders made in persuance of this Act in manner aforesaid, upon the Credit of the said Two hundred and sixe thousand fower hundred sixty two pounds seaventeene shillings and three pence shall be applyed & appropriated and are hereby appropriated to and for the speedy and compleate paying and disbanding the Forces Officers and Souldiers by this Act appointed to be disbanded and the necessary Charges for doeing thereof and to noe other Intent Use or Purpose whatsoever And any person or persons that shall advise frame contrive countersigne or putt in execution any Commission Act Order Warrant or Command whatsoever for diverting or misapplying any of the Money hereby granted to His Majestie to any other Intent Use or Purpose whatsoever then the Uses Intents and Purposes by this Act limitted & appointed he or they soe offending shall incurr and sustaine the Paines Penalties and Forfeitures limited ordained and provided in and by the Statute of Provision and Premunire made in the Sixteenth yeare of King Richard the Second and shall from thenceforth be disabled dureing his life to sue or impleade any person in any Action reall or personall or to make any Gift Grant Conveyance or other disposition of any his Lands Tenements Hereditaments Goods or Chattells which he hath to his owne use either by Act executed in his life time or by his last Will or otherwise or take any Gift Conveyance or Legacie to his owne use and bee incapeable of any Ease or Pardon from his Majestie his Heires or Successors of the said Penalties Forfeitures and Disabilities or any of them.

XXII. Commissioners for disbanding the Forces to take Account of Monies received and paid by Paymaster of the Land Forces.

The said Account and of Money hereby granted to be given to the Commons in Parliament, within Three Months after disbanding.

And bee it enacted by the Authoritie aforesaid That the Commissioners for disbanding the Forces or any Two or more of them are hereby authorized and required to take an Accompt of the Treasurer or Paymaster of the Land Forces of all moneyes by him received and paid for the use of or to the said Forces raised since the said Nine and twentyeth day of September One thousand six hundred seaventy and seaven or any of them or any contingent Charges in reference thereunto which the said Paymaster is hereby injoyned to make and deliver upon Oath to the said Commissioners within Ten dayes After the disbanding of the said Forces and the said Commissioners or any Two or more of them are hereby impowered to administer the said Oath to the said Paymaster, for the makeing and perfecting the same, And the said Account as alsoe the Account of the Money hereby granted to his Majestie shall be given to the Commons assembled in Parlyament of this or any succeeding Parlyament within Three moneths after the said Forces shall be disbanded and all Charges incident thereunto paid and discharged if a Parlyament shall then be sitting or in the next approaching Session that shall happen.

XXIII. Collector keeping Money in Hand, or paying to Person other than Receiver General.

Penalty £5.; Receiver General or Deputy paying Monies other than into the Exchequer; Penalty £500.

And for the more effectuall doeing thereof and that the said moneys hereby given may be applyed to the use and service 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 said 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 Deputie 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 into the Receipt of the Exchequer And that at or within the respective times hereby limitted 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 of Law is to bee allowed.

XXIV. Officers and Soldiers of the Regiments herein mentioned to be paid and disbanded.

And for the more certaine speedy and effectuall disbanding of all the said Forces raised or brought over from forreigne parts into this Kingdome since the Twenty nineth of September One thousand six hundred seaventy and seaven Bee it enacted by the Authoritie aforesaid That the severall Officers and Soldiers of the Regiment of Horse and [of (fn. 96) ] the Regiment of Foote now or late of James Duke of Monmouth The severall Officers and Soldiers of the Regiment of Dragoons now or late of His Highnesse Prince Rupert Duke of Cumberland, Of the Regiment of Dragoons ( (fn. 97) ) of Lewis alias Louis Earle of Feversham otherwise called The Royall Regiment, Of the Regiment of Dragoons now or late of Sir John Talbot Knight The severall Officers and [Soldies (fn. 98) ] of the severall and respective Regiments of Foote now or late of William Lord Allington of the Kingdome of Ireland Collonell Henry Sidney Sir Thomas Slingsby Sir Lionell Walden Sir Charles Wheeler Collonell George Legg consisting of Eight Companies and Collonell Thomas Stradling The two Foote Companyes now or late commanded by Captaine John Wharton and Captaine Thomas Denton being part of the late Regiment of Edward Lord Morpeth Sonne and Heire apparent of the Earle of Carlisle The two Foote Companies now or late of Sir Henry Goodricke and Sir Jonathan Jennings being part of the late Regiment of the said Sir Henry Goodrick, The two Companies now or late commanded by Captaine John Shaftoe and Captaine William Collingwood being part of the late Regiment of Sir John Fenwicke The two Foote Companies now or late commanded by Major Henry Collier and Captaine Henry Jeyne being part of the late Regiment of Collonell Edward Villers The two Companies now or late commanded by Captaine John Boys and Captaine John Cox being part of the late Regiment of Henry late Lord O Bryen of the Kingdome of Ireland The severall Officers and Souldiers of the severall and respective Troops of Granadeers now or late commanded by Captaine Henry Carr Captaine John Staples and Captaine Thomas Row The severall Officers and Soldiers of the Six Foote Companies of Granadeers now or late commanded by Captaine John Daniell Captaine William Rigg Captaine John Gibbs Captaine John Bristow Captaine George Wingfeild and Captaine Charles O-hara The additionall Adjutant and Twenty fower Serjeants of the Regiment now or late commanded by Collonell John Russell, The additionall Adjutant and the severall Officers and Soldiers of the Eight additionall Companies in the Regiment of Foote of the Earle of Craven now or late commanded by Captaine Thomas Talmash Captaine Robert Saincleere Captaine Thomas Sillyard Captaine Simon Parry Captaine Robert Brett Captaine Humphrey Okeover Captaine David Ogleby and Captaine Francis Newport And alsoe the Twelve additionall Serjeants and Fower hundred and eighty Soldiers raised and distributed into the other Twelve Companies of the same Regiment videlicet One Serjeant and Forty Soldiers in each Company since the Nine and twentyeth of September One thousand six hundred seaventy and seaven The additionall Adjutant and the severall Officers and Souldiers of the Eight additionall Companies in the Regiment of Foote now or late of Sir Charles Litleton Knight commonly called The Regiment of His Royall Highnesse The Duke of Yorke now or late commanded by Captaine Thomas Whally Captaine James Fortry Captaine Charles Herbert Captaine Charles Churchill Captaine Francis Iszard Captaine Edward Harris Captaine John Parker and Captaine Samuell Scudamore And alsoe the Twelve additionall Serjeants Twelve Drummers and Five hundred and seaventy Soldiers raised and distributed into the other Twelve Companies of the said Regiment vizt One Serjeant One Drummer and Fifty Souldiers for each Company excepting Major Darrells Company to whome there were Twenty onely added raised since the Nine and twentyeth of September One thousand six hundred seaventy and seaven The additionall Adjutant and the severall Officers and Souldiers of the Eight additionall Companies in the Regiment of Foote now or late of The Earle of Mulgrave now or late commanded by Captaine Charles Hillyard Captaine Charles Mannering Captaine John Richardson Captaine Ralph Delavall Captaine Gilbert Cornwall Captaine William Wheeler Captaine Francis Collingwood and Captaine Edward Fitz Patrick And alsoe Twelve additionall Serjeants Twelve Drummers and Six hundred Souldiers raised and distributed in the other Twelve Companies of the same Regiment vizt One Serjeant One Drummer and Fifty Souldiers in each Company since the said Nine and twentyeth of September One thousand six hundred seaventy and seaven The severall Officers and Souldiers of the Troope of Horse now or late commanded by Captaine Will Wind now or late in the Island of Jersey The severall Officers and Souldiers of the Six Foote Companies now or late of John Lord Fretchville Sir John [Rereby (fn. 99) ] Sir Robert Hilliard Sir Ralph Wharton Captaine William Godolphin and Captaine Robert Pollard The Adjutant Provost Marshall Chaplaine Chirurgions Mate and Eightie Souldiers raised and distributed into the Regiment of Horse now or late of Awbrey de Vere Earle of Oxford vizt Ten Souldiers to each of the Troops in the said Regiment since the Nine and twentyeth of September One thousand six hundred seaventy and seaven The additionall Two and twenty Serjeants Two and twenty Drummers and Eleaven hundred Soldiers raised and distributed since the Nine and twentyeth of September One thousand six hundred seaventy and seaven into the Two and twenty Non-regimented Garrison Companies of Foote hereafter mentioned That is to say Into the Company now or late of Edward Lord Morpeth aforesaid in Carlisle, The Company now or late of Sir Francis Leake at Gravesend The two Companies now or late of Christopher Lord Hatton and Captaine William Sheldon at Guernsey The two Companies now or late of James Duke of Monmouth and Collonell Anthony Gilby at Hull The Companies now or late of Sir Thomas Morgan Knight and Baronet and Captaine Thomas Germain at Jersey The Company now or late of Richard Lord Arundell of Trerice at Pendennis The Companies now or late of Collonell George Legg Captaine Oliver Nicholas Captaine John Lee Captaine George Howston and Sir Roger Strickland at Portsmouth The two Companies now or late of John Earle of Bath and Sir Hugh Piper at Plymouth The Company now or late of Collonell Edward Villers at Tinmouth The three Companies now or late of Sir John Robinson Sir Thomas Chichley and Collonell David Walter in the Tower of London The two Companies now or late of Sir Robert Holmes and Lieutenant.[Collonell (fn. 100) ] James Halsell in the Isle of Wight videlicet One Serjeant and one Drummer and Fiftie Souldiers in each Company The additionall Towne Major Chaplaine Chirurgion and Marshall to the Garrison of Plymouth The additionall Chirurgion to the said Isle of Wight The additionall Chirurgion to the Garrison of Hull The additionall Chirurgion in the Isle of Guernsey The additionall Chaplaine for the Garrison of Shernesse and The additionall Chaplaine and Chirurgion for the Island of Jersey raised and added since the Nine and twentyeth of September One thousand six hundred seaventy and seaven And all other His Majestyes Regiments Forces Troops and Companies or parts of Regiments Troops and Companies Officers and Souldiers whatsoever whether in Garrison or out of Garrison within the Kingdome of England Dominion of Wales or Towne of Berwicke upon Tweede and the Isles of Guernsey or Jersey which have beene raised listed or mustred within this Realme or the Places aforesaid since the said Nine and twentieth of September One thousand six hundred seaventy and seaven or since that time brought over into this Realme from Forraigne Parts be forthwith paid off disbanded and discharged.

XXV. Names of Commissioners appointed; to act according to Instructions; to meet and execute Act.

Treasury to issue Warrants for Payment of Debentures, &c.; Colonels, &c. to give due Obedience to Precepts, &c of Commissioners for paying and disbanding the Forces.

And bee it further enacted by the Authoritie aforesaid That Sir Gilbert Gerrard Baronet Collonell Roger Whitley Collonell John Birch and Sir Thomas Player Knight shall be and are hereby constituted and appointed Commissioners for that purpose and shall act therein according to the Rules Orders Directions and Instructions hereafter expressed and shall meete together the next day after the Royall Assent to this Act given in the Place called the Inner Court of Wards at Westminster to beginn to putt this Act in Execution and the Lord Treasurer and Vice-Treasurer or Lords Commissioners of the Treasury for the time being or any three or more of them are hereby authorized and required to issue their respective Warrants or Orders as aforesaid for the payment of such Certificates or Debenters as shall be by the said Commissioners for disbanding or any one or more of them from time to time to them or any three or more of them respectively directed and to such person or persons as shall be in the said Certificates or Debenters respectively mentioned And according to the Rules Orders Directions and Instructions herein limitted and directed for paying and disbanding the said Forces and all and every the Collonells and Officers of the said Forces the Commissary Generall of the Musters and all the respective Muster Masters by them deputed and the Paymaster of the Guards and Forces and all other persons concerned in the Rules and Instructions by this Act given are hereby required to give due Obedience to all Precepts Rules and Directions as the said Commissioners or any one or more of them or any person or persons by them one or more of them thereunto authorized shall from time to time in order to the paying and disbanding of the Forces as aforesaid make direct and appoint.

XXVI. Commissions of General Officers (Exception) void.

And bee it enacted by the Authoritie aforesaid That the severall Commission and Commissions of all Generall Officers of the Army other then the Generall Staffe Officers dated since the Nine and twentyeth day of September One thousand six hundred seaventy and seaven are hereby declared to be void to all intents and purposes whatsoever.

XXVII. All other Officers, &c. by this Act ordered to be disbanded, are to be disbanded according to the Rules herein mentioned.

Treasury, on Receipt of Debenture, to grant Warrant for Pay.; Paymaster not to pay until Deduction for Clothes, as herein mentioned.; Officers to produce to Commissioners Acquittances.

And bee it enacted by the Authoritie aforesaid That all other the Officers Souldiers and Forces by this Act to be disbanded shall be paid off and disbanded according to the Rules [Orders (fn. 101) ] Directions and Instructions hereafter following That is to say That the Commissioners for disbanding the Forces or any two or more of them shall order the Paymaster of the Army to make and deliver to them or any two or more of them within two dayes after the Royall Assent to this Act given an Account of what money shall bee then due on the Muster of September last to all or any of the Officers and Souldiers of the severall Regiments Troops and Companies raised since the said Twenty ninth of September One thousand six hundred seaventy seaven and upon the Receipt of the said Account the said Commissioners or any two or more of them shall make out a Certificate or Debenter of the summe or summes of money due upon the said Muster directed to the said Lord Treasurer or Lords Commissioners of the Treasury or any three or more of them [& the ?d Lord Treasurer or Lords Co[m]n?s or any three or more of them (fn. 101) ] are hereby injoyned upon Receipt of such Certificate or Debenter to grant their Warrant or Order in manner as aforesaid for the Payment thereof to the said Paymaster who shall not pay the same to any of the said Officers untill he shall have made deductions for Cloathes to the First of November last which Officers shall produce to the said Commissioners or any one or more of them Acquittances for the full Discharge of all money due for Quarters from the said First day of September to the said First day of November from the person or persons to whome the same is or shall be due attested by the Constable or Cheife Magistrate of the Place before any money be paid to any such Officer by the said Commissoners for or upon any subsequent Muster.

No Commissioned Officer to have his Accounts made or receive Pay after 1st April 1679;

That noe Commission Officer either of Horse Foote Dragoons or Granadeers now to be disbanded shall have his or their Accounts made up or receive any Pay for longer time then to the First day of Aprill One thousand six hundred seaventy nine exclusive and noe Generall Officer of the Field shall have any Pay as a Generall Officer by vertue of this Act.

Soldiers after 31st May.

That noe Souldier whether Horse, Foote Granadeer or Dragoons under the Degree of a Commission Officer shall have his or their Accounts made up nor receive any Pay for any longer time then to the last day of May next following exclusive.

Regulation as to Pay, &c. of Officers of disbanded Regiments..

That noe Officer whose Regiment Troope or Company is already disbanded shall have his Accounts dated or receive any Pay other then as Captaine of such Troope or Company which are now left undisbanded and heretofore were part of Regiments already disbanded as aforesaid.

Paymaster General and Commissary of Musters to draw up Account of Monies due to disbanded Officers and Soldiers.

That the Pay master Generall and Commissary of the Musters shall forthwith draw up an Account in a Booke or Bookes of all Moneys due to any Officer or Souldier now to be disbanded according to the Musters of them taken from the First of November to the First of Aprill One thousand six hundred seaventy nine and likewise an Account of all Moneys due to the Non Commission Officers and Souldiers from the said First day of Aprill inclusive to the First day of May next following exclusive.

Commissioners at time of disbanding, to call over Officers and Soldiers by the Book.; Only those who appear or account for Absence to be paid.

That the Commissioners appointed by this Act for disbanding the said Forces shall at the time and place of disbanding call over every Officer and Souldier by the said Booke or Bookes soe drawne up by the said Pay-master and Commissary and soe many of the said Officers and Souldiers as shall then and there appeare (and noe other) except such as they shall be fully satisfyed by good proofe are absent by reason of death sicknes or otherwise, shall have what Moneyes by the said Muster Rolls and Bookes thereupon made shall appeare to be to them due, the Quarters for every such Officer and Souldier first deducted and alsoe the money for him or them respectively due for Cloathes.

Troops nearest to London to be first disbanded.

That the Forces whether Horse Foote Dragoons or Granadeers that lye nearest to London shall be first disbanded and according to that Rule for all the rest of the Forces now to be disbanded.

Forces to be disbanded where quartered, &c.; Notice of disbanding.

That all the aforesaid Forces shall be disbanded in the Places where they shall be quartered at the time of their disbanding or within such a distance as the persons to whome money shall be due for their Quarters may reasonably come, of which place and the time of disbanding notice shall be given some reasonable time beforehand at the discretion of the Commissioners appointed to disband the said Forces.

Money due for Quarters to be defalked out of Pay.; Colonel, &c. to ascertain Sums due.

That there shall be defalked out of the Pay of every Officer and Souldier soe much money as shall be made appeare to the Commissioners to be due from every such Officer and Souldier for his or their Quarters at the time of their disbanding And for the more speedy dispatch of this Service every Collonell Captaine or other Officer whose Troope or Company shall be concerned in paying for their Quarters shall doe their utmost endeavour to ascertaine the summes that shall be soe due against the day and time of their disbanding.

Commissioners may authorize Persons to disband Troops.

That in case any Troope or Company shall lye at such a distance as the Commissioners cannot with conveniency disband them in soe short a time as is desired in every such case the Commissioners or any two of them are hereby authorized under their Hands and Seales to direct some able and sufficient persons to disband them according to the Rules and Instructions herein contained.

Notice of disbanding to be given by Commissioners to Officers of Ordnance; Receipt by Ordnance for Arms delivered up.

That notice be given by the Commissioners appointed for disbanding the Forces to the Officers of the Ordnance at what time and place such Forces shall be disbanded to the intent that fitt persons may be appointed by the said Office to receive such Armes and Ammunition as shall be delivered up at the time of their disbanding for which Armes and other things in particular soe delivered up a Receipt shall be then given by the person deputed by the said Office of the Ordnance to receive the same unto the Collonell or other Superiour Commission Officer that shall be soe disbanded which Arms and Ammunition shall be delivered up before the Commissioners or any of them signe any Certificate or Debenter as aforesaid for the paying any of the Forces then to be disbanded.

Clothes, Swords, &c. allowed to disbanded Soldiers; and to Commission Officers.

That at the time and place where any such Forces shall be disbanded every Foote Souldier shall march away with his Cloathes, Sword, Belt and Snapsacke onely and every Horseman below the degree of a Commission Officer with his Horses, Sadles, Bridles Cloathes Swords and Belts onely and all Commission Officers shall march away with such Horses and Armes and other Accoutriments whatsoever as were not received out of his Majestyes Stores and all other Armes shall be then delivered up as is before directed.

Officers or Soldiers refusing to be disbanded, &c. Proceedings.

That if any Officer or Souldier hereby appointed to be disbanded shall refuse to give obedience thereunto or disswade others from disbanding he or they shall forfeite their whole Arreares and be forthwith secured and proceeded against according to Law.

Sheriffs, &c. to be aiding.

That all Sheriffes and all other his Majestyes Officers in every County be aiding and assisting to the Commissioners appointed for disbanding the Forces if thereunto required by the Commissioners or any one or more of them.

Commissioners to give Passes to disbanded Soldiers.

That one or more of the Commissioners for disbanding the Forces doe under his or their Hands and Seales give Certificates or Passes gratis at the time of disbanding to every Private Souldier whether Horse or Foote that shall desire them of his faithfull Service and that he or they may peaceably travell to their severall places of their last abode when he or they entred into this Service, at which place every such Soldier shall be received as an Inhabitant Any Law Statute or Usage to the contrary in any wise notwithstanding.

Commissioners may divide themselves.

That for the more speedy and effectuall paying and disbanding of the said Forces the said Commissioners may divide themselves if they shall thinke fitt and any one or more of the said Commissioners shall and have hereby full power to pay off and disband the said Souldiers according to the Rules and Directions appointed by this Act.

Soldiers that were Apprentices to be received by their Masters, &c. who are to allow the Time; and on Refusal Master to deliver up Indentures..

That such Souldiers as were Apprentices at the time of their being entertained in any Troope or Company shall upon such Certificate be recieved againe into the Service of the Master or Mistresse to whome they were bound as Apprentices and such Master or Mistresse is to allow the time of their being Soldiers upon their Indentures as if they had continued in such their Service and if the time of their Apprentiships be expired they shall be admitted to the Freedome of the respective Corporation City Company or Towne to which their respective Service former Residence or Indenture related and in case such Master or Mistresse doe refuse to admitt such Apprentice they shall deliver up their Indentures and all Bonds and Security in reference thereunto.

Disbanded Soldiers being paid to repair to their Habitations..

That every Officer or Souldier soe disbanded and haveing the money to him or them soe made appeare to be due paid or secured unto him or them or their Order and haveing Certificates delivered them by one or more of the Commissioners as is before directed shall forthwith repaire from the place of their respective disbanding to their owne habitations or places of abode.

Allowances to Commissioners to be paid by Warrant from Treasury..

That the Commissioners that is to say Sir Gilbert Gerard Baronet Colonell Roger Whitley Colonell John Birch and Sir Thomas Player Knight shall have and receive for their Paines and Charges for themselves and servants and all necessaries for this Service Two pence in the pound and noe more out of all such money as shall be issued by vertue of this Act and for the Uses therein expressed which the Lord Treasurer and Under Treasurer or Lords Commissioners of the Treasury or any Three or more of them are hereby authorized and required by their Warrant or Order to cause to be paid to the said Commissioners respectively.

Commissioners to pay to disbanded Soldiers 10s. as a free Gift, over and above Pay.

That for the subsistance of every Foote Souldier or Foote Granadeer under the Degree of a Coo[m]mission Officer and to the end that they may quietly and peaceably goe to their severall places of abode without doeing any prejudice to the Country the Commissioners nominated and appointed by this Act for disbanding the Forces are immediately after such Foote Souldiers shall be by them disbanded to pay to every such Souldier or their Order ten shillings as a free Gift over and above their respective Pay due to them at the time of their disbanding to the ends aforesaid.

XXVIII. Commission Officers, &c. exercising Command over disbanded Men, or endeavouring to continue any of the said disbanded Regiments together;

Premunire 16 R. II. c. 5. and disabled to sue, and otherwise as herein mentioned.

And bee it further enacted That all and every Commission Officer and Officers who shall exercise any power or authority over the Souldiers in their respective Regiments Troops or Companies after such Officer or Officers shall be paid off and disbanded by the said Commissioners or any one or more of them or by any person or persons by them or any one or more of them thereunto authorized and every person or persons that shall advise frame contrive countersigne or putt in execution any Proclamation Commission Act Order or Command whatsoever for continueing together any of the said Regiments Troops or Companies or parts of Regiments Troops or Companies after they shall be paid off and disbanded as aforesaid he or they soe offending shall incurr and sustaine the paines penalties and forfeitures limitted ordained and provided in and by the Statute of Provision and Premunire made in the Sixteenth Yeare of King Richard the Second and shall from thenceforth be disabled dureing his life to sue or impleade any Person in any Action reall or personall or to make any Gift Grant Conveyance or other Disposition of any his Lands Tenements Hereditaments Goods or Chattells which he hath to his owne use either by Act executed in his life time or by his last Will or otherwise or to take any Gift Conveyance or Legacie to his owne use and none of the said Souldiers or Non Commissioned Officers paid off and disbanded as aforesaid shall after the space of Fower and twenty houres after such disbanding continue together above Ten in Company.

XXIX. Recital that several Officers and Soldiers who ought to have been disbanded pursuant to 30 C. II. c. 1. continued in Arms, &c.

Indemnity to such Officers and Soldiers,; on their disbanding pursuant to this Act.

And forasmuch as severall Officers and Souldiers who ought to have beene disbanded by vertue and in pursuance of an Act made in the Thirtyeth yeare of His Majestyes Raigne entituled An Act for granting a Supply to His Majestie of Six hundred nineteene thousand three hundred eighty eight pounds eleaven shillings and nine pence for disbanding the Army and other uses therein mentioned, did continue longer in Armes then the time therein limitted for their disbanding and some of them after such time limitted for their disbanding recruited and supplyed their respective Troops and Companies with Souldiers Bee it enacted by the Authoritie aforesaid That all such Officers and Souldiers and every of them are hereby indempnifyed acquitted and discharged against the Kings Majestie His Heires and Successors and every of them of and from all Offences of which they may be charged for continueing in Armes as aforesaid or being mustred in any Troope or Company after their respective times for disbanding in the said Act limitted and alsoe for their illegall and undue Quartering or exacting Money for Subsistance or Quarters of or from any Inneholder Vintner Victualler Alehousekeeper or other Person or Persons whatsoever and none of the said Officers or Souldiers shall be at any time hereafter impeached in Body Lands or Goods for any thing by them done or executed contrary to the laste recited Act soe as such Officers and Souldiers doe disband and separate themselves according to the purporte true intent and meaneing of this Act.

XXX. Recital of 30 C. II. c. 1. § 35.; and that the same was mistaken.

£103,231. 8s. 7½d. to be assessed as if the said Mistake had not been made.

And whereas by the said last recited Act it is directed That the summe of One hundred and three thousand two hundred thirty one pounds eight shillings and seaven pence halfe penny being the First of the Fower Quarterly Payments of the summe of Fower hundred and twelve thousand nine hundred twenty five pounds fowerteene shillings and six pence thereby granted shall bee assessed collected levyed and paid unto the Receivers Generall of the severall Countyes therein named who shall be appointed by His Majestie on or before the Fower and twentyeth day of May One thousand six hundred seaventy and eight which was mistaken it being intended that the same should have beene assessed collected levyed and paid on or before the Fower and twentyeth day of May One thousand six hundred seaventy and nine Bee it enacted by the Authority aforesaid That the said summe of One hundred and three thousand two hundred thirty one pounds eight shillings seaven pence halfe-peny shall be assessed collected levyed and paid to the Receivers Generall of the severall Countyes in the said Act mentioned on or before the Fower and twentyeth day of May One thousand six hundred seaventy and nine in such manner as the same ought to have beene done if noe such mistake had beene made Any thing in the said Act to the contrary notwithstanding.

XXXI. Where Actions, &c. commenced against Persons executing Act, they may plead the General Issue, and recover Treble Costs on Nonsuit, &c. of Plaintiff.

And bee it further enacted That if any Action Suite Plaint 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 or may pleade the Generall Issue Not Guilty, and upon any Issue joyned may give this Act and the speciall matter in Evidence and if the Plaintiffe or Prosecutor shall become Nonsuite or for beare further prosecution or suffer discontinuance or if a Verdict passe against him the Defendant and Defendants shall recover their treble Costs for which they shall have the like remedy as in any case where Costs by Law are given to Defendents.

XXXII. No Officer, &c. to quarter Soldiers on any Subject without his Consent, and any Subject may refuse to quarter Soldiers.

And whereas by the Lawes and Customes of this Realme the Inhabitants thereof cannot be compelled against their wills to receive Souldiers into their Houses and to sojourne them there Bee it declared and enacted by the Authoritie aforesaid That noe Officer Military or Civill nor any other person whatever shall from henceforth presume to place quarter or billet any Souldier or Souldiers upon any Subject or Inhabitant of this Realme of any degree quality or profession whatever without his consent And that it shall and may be lawfull for every such Subject and Inhabitant to refuse to sojourne or quarter any Souldier or Souldiers notwithstanding any Command Order ( (fn. 102) ) or Billetting whatever.

Footnotes

1 Beaumont O.
2 Esquires O.
3 Privy Councell O.
4 interlined on the Roll.
5 Boord O.
6 Lord Colchester O.
7 Hurleston O.
8 Ashton James O.
9 Woolsley O.
10 interlined on the Roll.
11 Ryves O.
12 Henning O.
13 interlined on the Roll.
14 Gentleman O.
15 Watlis O.
16 Pearcyhay O.
17 O. omits.
18 being O.
19 Timothy O.
20 Dowtree O.
21 Mottfinsfeild O.
22 Pascall O.
23 no blank in Original.
24 Cooper O.
25 Lippyard O.
26 Barronett O.
27 Francklin O.
28 O. omits.
29 Potter O.
30 junior O.
31 Burton O.
32 interlined on the Roll.
33 John Morrice Thomas Whightman O.
34 interlined on the Roll.
35 O. omits.
36 Sr O.
37 Kecke O.
38 Inder O.
39 Powell O.
40 interlined on the Roll.
41 Edmund O.
42 Lockier O.
43 The Name appears to be meant for "Throckmorton;" but the Roll is in part obliterated; it is Throckmorton in the Original Act.
44 Curr O.
45 Harby O.
46 Steward O.
47 S. O.
48 Clement O.
49 Esquires O.
50 Dusgate Gent.O.
51 Turner O.
52 Mayott O.
53 Newport O.
54 Esquires O.
55 Sir Henry Littleton Sir Henry Frederick Thinne O.
56 Sir Richard Corbett O.
57 Apley O.
58 Fowler O.
59 interlined on the Roll.
60 Wolsley O.
61 Whitehall O.
62 Kelbett O.
63 Minors O.
64 Baynard O.
65 Blagden. O.
66 interlined on the Roll.
67 John O.
68 Sir O.
69 Hatcher O.
70 interlined on the Roll.
71 interlined on the Roll.
72 Blaker O.
73 Holmes O.
74 Sr John Mordant Sr Edward Boughton O.
75 Edward O.
76 Foley O.
77 interlined on the Roll.
78 interlined on the Roll.
79 Laghtoony O.
80 Geeler O.
81 Eriviat O.
82 Griffith O.
83 Plasyollin O.
84 William O.
85 Turbervill.
86 Cardiffe O.
87 Anthony Thomas Evan Evans O.
88 of O.
89 upon O.
90 unto O.
91 every of O.
92 the O.
93 the O.
94 annexed to the Roll in a separate Schedule.
95 interlined on the Roll.
96 O. Omits.
97 now or late O.
98 Souldiers O.
99 Reresby O.
100 interlined on the Roll.
101 interlined on the Roll.
102 Warrant O.