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'Index: O, P', Statutes of the Realm: volume 5: 1628-80 (1819), pp. 49-59. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=47500 Date accessed: 26 October 2014.


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Offending against Stat. 31 Eliz. c. 4. See Benefit of Clergy.

Ordinance

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Of both Houses of Parliament for an Assessment of £70,000 by the Month for Three Months, executed. 12 Car. II. c. 2. 179

Ordnance See Naby.

Ormond, Marquis of

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Restored. 12 Car. II. c. 7. 206

Orphans See Court of Wards and Liberies.

St. Oswald's hospital
-, See College Leases. Local Acts, Tit. Worcester.

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Papists

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For restraining the passing or sending any beyond Sea to be Popishly bred. 3 Car. I. c. 3. 25
Stat. 1 Jac. I. c. 1. to be executed—Conveying, &c. any Child or other Person to Parts beyond Sea, to be Popishly bred, or maintaining them there, on Conviction thereof, Disability to sue, &c. and Forfeiture of Goods absolutely, and of Lands for Life. § 1. Ib.
Proviso for Persons so sent abroad conforming after Return. § 2. 26
Offences where and before whom determined. § 3. Ib.
Persons returning and conforming, to have their Lands restored during Conformity. See 31 G. III. c. 32. § 4. § 4. Ib.
For disabling Papists from sitting in either House of Parliament. 30 Car. II. Stat. II. 894
Oaths of Allegiance and Supremacy and Declaration to be taken by Peers and Members. Ib. Repealed as to the Oaths, 1 W. & M. c. 1. § 3. See 31 G. III. c. 32. § 1. 20. § 1. 4.
Peers and Members offending coming into the Presence—Penalty. § 2. 895
Adjudged a Popish Recusant. § 3. Ib.
Disabled to vote. § 4. Ib.
Seats void without further Conviction. 30 Car. II. Stat. II. § 5. 895
Sworn Servants of the King and Queen refusing, and yet coming into the Presence, Disability, &c. Repealed 2 G. II. c. 31. § 9. § 6. 896
Proviso for Natives of Portugal being the Queen's Sworn Servants. § 7. exp. Ib.
During the taking the Oaths, Proceedings to cease. § 8. Ib.
Schedule of Names. Ib. Ib.
Licence for coming into the Presence § 9. Ib.
Offender taking Oaths, &c. how far discharged. § 10. Ib.
Proviso for Duke of York. § 11. Ib.

Pardon

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For a free and general Pardon, Indomnity, &c. 12 Car. II. c. 11. exp. 226
For declaring the Pains, Penalties, and Forfeitures imposed on certain Offenders excepted out of the Act of free and general Pardon, Indemnity, &c. 13 Car. II. c. 15. 317
For the speedy bringing Persons to account whose Accounts are excepted in the Act of Oblivion. 14 Car. II. c. 16. exp. 409
For the King's Majesty's most gracious general and free Pardon. 25 Car. II. c. 5. 786
Session or Parliament shall not determine by His Majesty's Royal Assent. I Car. I. c. 7. exp. 21
The King's Royal Assent to this and other Acts therein mentioned shall not determine this Session. § 2. 22
Matters depending to continue. §3. Ib.
All Statutes which are to have Continuance until the End of the present Session are to remain in Force. Ib. Ib.
Proviso if the present Session determine by Dissolution. Ib. Ib.
For the Prevention of Inconveniences happening by the long Intermission of Parliaments. 16 Car. I. c. 1. 54
If no Parliament summoned before the 16th of Sept. in the Third Year after the last Day of the last Sitting, then the Parliament to assemble at Westminster in the Manner, and by the Means, and at the Time hereafter mentioned. §2. Ib.
Lord Chancellor and Commissioners to take an Oath to issue Writs. Ib. 55
Failing to issue Writs, Perjury and Disability of Office, and other Punishments Ib. Ib.
If Writs not issued, and Parliament do not meet, Peers enabled to meet in the Old Palace of Westminster, and by virtue of this Act to issue Writs. Ib. Ib.
Clerks of the Petty Bag, &c. to prepare such Writs for Signature of the Lords—Omitting so to do, Punishment. Ib. Ib.
Messenger, &c. to deliver Writs—Omitting so to do, Punishment. Ib. Ib.
Peers to assemble the Third Monday in January; and in case Parliament not assembled before 23d January, then to be assembled by such Means only as hereafter mentioned. §3. Ib.
Sheriffs and all other Officers to cause Knights, &c. to be chosen as if Writs had issued; and if Sheriffs, &c. do not proceed, then the Freeholders, &c. and others having Voice in Election to proceed to Election without further Warrant. §4. 56
Sheriffs, Constables of Dover Castle, and Lord Warden of Cinque Ports, to send forth Precepts for Election as if Writs had issued. §5. Ib.
If Default, then Electors to proceed. Ib. Ib.
Knights, &c. elected, to appear and serve in Parliament—Sheriffs, &c. to make Returns as if Writs had issued; and if Default, then Electors to make Returns, which shall be good. Ib. Ib.
Persons advising any Proceedings contrary to this Act—Premunire and Disability to sue, &c. Ib. Ib.
Sheriff or other Officer not obeying this Act—Penalties recovered in the Name of Lord Mayor of London. Ib. Ib.
Procuring Action or Execution under this Act to be stayed, &c.—Premunire. Ib. 57
Such Action not to abate by Death or Removal of Lord Mayor of London. Ib. Ib.
Forfeitures how to go and be disposed of. Ib. Ib.
Proviso as to Elections afterwards adjudged void. 16 Car. I. c. 1. §5. 57
As to the Time of dissolving or proroguing Parliament after its First Meeting. §6. Ib.
Peers and Commons to be assembled by virtue of this Act may respectively choose their Speaker. §7. Ib.
Such Speaker to enjoy all the accustomed Powers and Privileges. Ib. Ib.
Parliaments assembled by Authority of this Act to enjoy all the accustomed Privileges of Parliament. §8. Ib.
Member of any Parliament to be hereafter assembled by Authority of this Act, to take the Oath of Allegiance and Supremacy, if required by the King, or excluded, &c. §9. Ib.
This Act to be publicly read at Sessions of the Peace and Assizes—Penalty £100. §10. Ib.
The Royal Assent to this Act not to determine the Sessions. §11. Ib.
Continuance of Act. This Act repealed, 16 Car. II. c. 1. Ib. Ib.
To prevent Inconveniences happening by adjourning, proroguing, or dissolving Parliament. 16 Car. I. c. 7. 103
The present Parliament not to be dissolved but by Act of Parliament. Ib. 104
Houses of Peers and Commons not to be adjourned but by themselves or their own Order. Ib. Ib.
For preventing Questions and Disputes concerning Sitting of Parliaments. 12 Car. II. c.I. 179
The Parliament begun 3d Nov. 16 Car. I. dissolved. §1. Ib.
Lords and Commons now sitting declared to be the Two Houses of Parliament. Ib. Ib.
This Parliament may be dissolved by the King in the usual manner. Ib. Ib.
The King's Assent to this Act not to determine the Session. §2. Ib.
For the assembling and holding of Parliaments once in Three Years, and for the Repeal of an Act for preventing Inconveniences happening by the long Intermission of Parliaments. 16 Car. II. c. 1. 513
Repeal of 16 Car. I. c. 1. §1. Ib.
No longer Intermission of Parliaments than Three Years. See 6 &7 W. &M. c. 2.—Parliament shall continue Seven Years, unless dissolved by the King, 1 G.I. st.2. c.38. §2. Ib.

-, See Holy Orders. Ordinance. Papists.

Paving See London.

Personal Actions

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In Personal Actions wherein no Judge's Certificate of Assault, &c. or of Title of Land is in Question, and Damages under 40s., no more Costs than Damages, Otherwise Judgment void, &c. Extended to the Court of Great Sessions in Wales, the Court of Great Sessions for Chester, the Court of Common Pleas for Lancaster, and the Court of Pleas for Durham, 11 &12 W. III. c. 9. §1. 22 & 23 Car. II. C. 9. §9. 719

Personal Acts

Statute Page
Abergavenny, John Lord. 13 Car. II. 320
18 & 19 Car. II 622
Albemarle, Christopher Duke of 22 & 23 Car. II. 750
Albemarle, Lord George Duke of. 14 Car. II. 434
Aldersey, John, and others. 3 Car. I. 53
Armin, Sir William, the younger, Two Daughters and Co-heiresses of. 16 Car. II. 524
Arundell, Earl of. 3 Car. I. 52
Arundell, Henry Lord of, Warder. 12 Car. II. 302
Arundell, Thomas, Earl of Surrey and Norfolk. 12 Car. II. 302
13 Car. II. Stat. 2. 349
Ashley, Anthony, Esq. 22 Car. II. 689
Asteley, Isaac, and others. 3 Car. I. 53
Astley, Sir Jacob. 16 & 17 Car. II. 569
Aubrey, Herbert. 29 Car. II. 851
Audley, James Lord, and others. 29 & 30 Car. II. 866
Ayton, Sir Robert, Knight. 3 Car. I. 53
Baesh, Sir Ralph, Knight of the Bath. 13 Car. II. 320
Bancks, Sir Ralph, and others. 25 & 27 Car. II. 797
Bangor, Robert Lord Bishop of, and Saint Asaph, Issac Lord Bishop of. 22 & 23 Car. II. 750
Bankes, Sir Ralph. 22 Car. II. 689
Banks, Sir Ralph, Trustees of. 29 & 30 Car. II. 866
Barkley, Thomas, Esq. 29 Car. II. 851
Beckham, Richard, and others. 22 Car. II. 690
Bedell, Edward, Esq. and others. 29 & 30 Car. II. 865
Bedford, Katherine, Countess Dowager of, and others. 16 Car. I. 178
Bellamy, Robert. 25 & 27 Car. II. 797
Bellasis, Dame Susan, Widow. 22 Car. II. 689
Bere, Edward. 3 Car. I. 53
Bere, William. Ib. Ib.
Bere, Sidney. Ib. Ib.
Berkeley, George Lord. 25 & 27 Car. II. 797
Berkley, Sir Robert, Knight, deceased. Ib. Ib.
Bill, John, Esq. 22 Car. II. 690
22 & 23 Car. II. 750
Blanquefort, Lewis, and others. 17 Car. II. 583
Bodnell, John, Esq. deceased. 18 & 19 Car. II.. 622
Bolingbrooke, Oliver, Earl of. 14 Car. II. 434
Booth, Sir George, Baronet. 12 Car. II. 253
Booth, Henry, Esq. 22 & 23 Car. II. 751
Boreel, John, Esq. 12 Car. II. 302
Box, Henry, deceased. 15 Car. II. 512
Boynton, Sir Francis, Baronet, and Robinson, Richard, Esq. Ib. Ib.
Brend, Francis, Esquire, and others. 29 & 30 Car. II. 865
Bridgeman, Sir Orlando, Knight and Baronet. 25 & 27 Car. II. 797
Bridgewater, John Earl of. 14 Car. II. 434
Bristol, John Earl of. 3 Car. I. 52
Brown, Sir Anthony. 14 Car. II. 435
Brudenell, Francis, Esq. and Shrewsbury, Anna Maria Countess of. 13 Car. II. 320
Bushell, Thomas, Esq. 14 Car. II. 435
Byerly, William, Esq. 16 Car. I. 178
Campden, Baptist, Viscount. 14 Car. II. 434
Carey, Nicholas. 30 Car. II. 893
Carr, Sir Robert, Bart. 16 &17 Car. II. 569
Cave, Sir Thomas, Knight and Baronet, deceased. 30 Car. II. 893
Chaloner, Edward, Esq. 15 Car. II. 512
Chancery, Masters of. 13 Car. II. 319
Clare, John late Earl of, deceased, and Clare, Gilbert Earl of, dedeased, and 19 & 20 Car. II. 646
Clare, Gilbert Earl of
Clarke, Sir William, Bart. 22 & 23 Car. II. 751
Cleaveland, Earl of. 13 Car. II. 320
18 & 19 Car. II. 622
Cleayland, Earl of. 12 Car. II. 303
Clifford, Thomas Lord, and others. 25 & 27 Car. II. 797
Clifton, Sir Clifford, Knight, deceased. 22 & 23 Car. II. 750
Cocke, Theodore. 12 Car. II. 302
Coke, John, Esq. deceased. 29 & 30 Car. II. 865
Comes, Dederic, alias Richard, and others. 16 & 17 Car. II. 569
Compton, Sir Francis. 27 Car. II. 797
29 Car. II. 851
Cooke, Thomas. 30 Car. II. 893
Costa, Alvaro de, and others. 19 & 20 Car. II. 646
Cottington, Francis, and Charles. 16 Car. II. 524
Cotton, Charles, Esq. 16 Car. II. 524
27 Car. II. 797
Cotton, Sir John, Baronet. 29 & 30 Car. II. 865
Courtney, Francis, Esq. 22 & 23 Car. II. 750
Courtney, Sir William.
Covent Garden, for the making the Precinct of, parochial. 12 Car. II. 303
Cravenburgh, John, and others. Ib. 302
Crimes, Sir Thomas, Baronet. Ib. Ib.
Cullen, Bryan Viscount. 29 & 30 Car. II. 865
Culpeper, Thomas Lord. 12 Car. II. 253
14 Car. II. 434
Cumberland, His Highness Prince Rupert Duke of, 27 Car. II. 797
Dale, Charles, Esq. deceased. 31 Car. II. 939
David, Jacob, and others. 29 Car. II. 851
Davies, Alexander, Gentleman, deceased. 27 Car. II. 801
Davison, Thomas. 22 Car. II. 690
Deligne, Sir Daniell, Knight. 3 Car.II 53
Demetrius, Daniell. 12 Car. II. 302
Denton, Sir Alexander, Knight. 16 Car. I. 178
Derby, Dorothea Helena Countess of, and others. 12 Car. II. 253
Derham, Thomas, Esq. 14 Car. II. 434
Devon, William Earl of. 3 Car. I. 52
Doe, Charles. 12 Car. II. 303
Dorsett, Earl of. 13 Car. II. 319
Drake, Sir John, and others. 15 Car. II. 512
Drake, Sir Francis. 31 Car. II. 939
Drake, John, and others.
Durham, John Lord Bishop of. 19 & 20 Car. II. 646
Dyell, Sir Robert, Knight. 3 Car. I. 52
Eggars, John, Free School at Alton. 16 Car. I. 178
Enyons, Sir James, Bart. 14 Car. II. 434
Etrick, Anthony. Ib. 435
Exceter, Lady Elizabeth Countess Dowager of. 16Car. I. 178
Exeter, John Earl of, and others. 14 Car. II. 434
Eyre, Anthony, the Elder, Esq. Ib. 435
Faunt, George, Esq. 12 Car. II. 302
Ferrers, Anna, and others. 14 Car. II. 435
Fitz-James, Sir John. 22 & 23 Car. II 750
Fortescue, John. 30 Car. II. 893
Forth, Henry. Ib. Ib.
Forth, John, deceased, and others. Ib. Ib.
Frazer, Dame Mary, and others. 18 & 19 Car. II. 623
Freese, James. 3 Car. I. 53
Gerrard, Charles Lord. 12 Car. II. 252
Gerrard, Dutton Lord. 3 Car. I. 52
Gery, William, Esq. 29 & 30 Car. II. 865
Gipps, Richard, Esq. 13 Car. II. 320
Glemham, Sir Sackvile. 16Car. II. 524
Gostwicke, Sir Edward, Bart. 12 Car. II. 303
Gostwicke, Sir William, Knight. 22 Car. II. 689
Gresham, Edward, Esq. 30 Car. II. 893
Grosvenor, Leicester. 18 & 19 Car. II. 623
Guest, John. 15 Car. II. 512
Gunman, Captain Christopher, and others. 22 Car. II. 690
Hacket, Sir Andrew, Knight. 22 & 23 Car. II. 751
Hall, Benedict; Esq. Ib. Ib.
Hamilton, Sir George. 12 Car. II. 302
Hammond, Elizabeth; Mary; and Letitia. 22 & 23 Car. II. 750
Hanham, Sir John, an Infant. 25 & 27 Car. II. 797
Hanham, Sir William, Bart.
Harbin, John, Esq. 13 Car. II. 319
Heblethwaite, Sir Thomas. 19 & 20 Car. II. 647
Herlackenden, Thomas, Esq. 22 & 23 Car. II. 751
Heron, Sir Cuthbert, Bart. 22 Car. II. 689
Herring, John, deceased. 29 & 30 Car. II. 866
Hertford, Marquess of. 12 Car. II. 253
13 Car. II. Stat. 2. 349
Hoghton, Sir Charles, Baronet. 32 Car. II. 942
Hord, Thomas, Esq. 22 Car. II. 690
Hotchkin, Robert. Ib. Ib.
Howard, Charles, Esq. 22 & 23 Car. II. 751
Howard, Sir Philip, and Watson, Francis, Esq. Ib. 750
Hungerford, Sir Edward, Knight of the Bath. 16 & 17 Car. II. 568
29 Car. II. 851
Hunt, John, Gent. 13 Car. II. 319
Hunt, Thomas, Esq.
Huntingdon, Ferdinando, Earl of. 14 Car. II. 434
Hyde, Frances, and others. 12 Car. II. 302
Inchequin, Morough alias Morgan Earl of. 12 Car. II. 252
Ingram, Henry, late Lord, deceased. 22 & 23 Car. II. 750
Jacob, Dame Elizabeth, and others. 15 Car. II. 512
Juckes, Thomas, Esq. 16 & 17 Car. II. 569
Juxon, Sir William, Knight and Baronet. 19 & 20 Car. II. 647
Keite, Sir William. 16 Car. II. 524
Kendall, Henry, Esq. 18 & 19 Car. II. 623
Kent, Earl of. 15 Car. II. 512
Lucas, Lord.
Kerke, George, Esq. 3 Car. I. 53
Killegrew, Charlotte Hessen, and others. 15 Car. II. 512
Kilmorey, Charles, late Lord Viscount of. 29 Car. II. 851
Knight, John, Gent. 22 & 23 Car. II. 751
Lane, Sir George, Knight. 12 Car. II. 252
Lee, Francis, Esq. 16 & 17 Car. II. 569
Lee, Lady Elizabeth. 22 Car. II. 689
Lee, Sir Thomas, Bart. 14 Car. II. 434
Leigh, Thomas, Esq. 22 Car. II. 690
Leventhorpe, Sir Thomas, Bart. 19 & 20 Car. II. 647
Levingston, Alexander, Gent. 3 Car. I. 53
Lewis, Edward, Esq. deceased 27 Car. II. 797
Lewis, William, Esq.
Lincolne, Jane de Galiere, Countess of, and others. 29 & 30 Car. II. 866
Llyod, Phillip, Gentleman. 25 & 27 Car. II. 797
London, Lord Bishop of. 16 Car. I. 178
14 Car. II. 434
Lou, Hesther le. 18 & 19 Car. II. 622
Loughborough, Henry Lord. 16 & 17 Car. II. 568
Lowe, Vincent, Esq. 3 Car. I. 53
Lucas, Lord. See Kent, Earl of.
Lucy, Sir Kingsmill, Bart. 19 & 20 Car. II. 647
Lucy, Sir Richard, Knight and Bart. deceased.
Mainard, Lord. 29 Car. II. 851
Manchester, Robert Earl of. Ib. Ib.
Masters in Chancery in ordinary, for ascertaining and establishing the Fees of. 13 Car. II. 319
Micklethwaite, Joseph, an Infant. 12 Car. II. 303
16 & 17 Car. II. 569
Mildmay, Henry, Esq. deceased. 18 & 19 Car. II. 623
Milward, William, Esq. 14 Car. II. 435
Motlineux, Carill Lord. 15 Car. II. 512
Mordant, Lady Mary. 29 Car. II. 851
Morgan, William, Esq. 3 Car. I. 52
Morley, Lord. Ib. 53
Morley and Mounteagle, Thomas Lord. 29 & 30 Car. II. 865
Mounson, Sir John, the Younger, and others. 14 Car. II. 435
Mountegle, Lord. 3 Car. I. 53
Mulso, Tanfield, Esq., deceased. 30 Car. II. 893
Nassaw, Isabella of. 18 & 19 Car. II. 622
Nedham, Byron. 29 Car. II. 851
Nedham, Charles.
Nevil, Henry, Esq. 14 Car. II. 435
Neville, Sir Thomas, Knight. 3 Car. I. 52
Newcastle, William Marquis of. 12 Car. II. 252
Newton, John, the Younger, and Oakeley, William. 12 Car. II. 302
Noell, Lady Elizabeth. 18 & 19 Car. II. 622
Norreys, James Lord. 22 & 23 Car. II. 750
Ogle, Sir Thomas, Knighty, deceased. Ib. 751
Okeover, Rowland, Esq. 14 Car. II. 435
Orlibeare, John. 13 Car. II. 320
Ormond, James Marquis of. 12 Car. II. 206
Ib. 253
Packington, Sir John. 15 Car. II. 512
Packington, Sir John, Bart. and his Trustees. 16 Car. II. 524
Palmes, William, Esq. 19 & 20 Car. II. 647
Parker, John, and others. 22 & 23 Car. II. 751
Paston, William, Esq. 19 & 20 Car. II. 647
Paul's, Saint, Dean of, for the building of a Mansion House for. 22 Car. II. 689
Paul's, Saint, Dean of, for increasing the Revenue, and assuring Estates at Shadwell, &c. 30 Car. II. 893
Peck, Thomas, Esq. 14 Car. II. 435
Pembrooke, Philip Earl of, and Mountgomerie. 16 Car. I. 178
Perkins, Henry and Jane. 22 Car. II. 690
Peyton, Algernon, D.D. 13 Car. II. Stat. 2. 349
Piedmont, for the levying of certain Monies due upon the Collection for the Protestants of. 12 Car. II. 302
Piedmont, for confirming, &c. Act for levying of Monies due upon Collection for the Protestants of. 14 Car. II. 435
Pierre, Peter de la, alias Peters, and John de la Pierre, alias Peters. 12 Car. II. 252
15 Car. II. 512
Pitcarne, Charles, Esq. Ib. Ib.
Pla, Mark le, and others. 14 Car. II. 435
Plater, Thomas, Gent. 30 Car. II. 893
Plott, John. 19 & 20 Car. II. 646
Pointz, Sir John. 18 & 19 Car. II. 623
Portland, Charles Earl of, and others. 15 Car. II. 512
Portsmouth, for vesting and settling Lands of the King at, &c. 22 & 23 Car. II. 751
Powel, Sir Edward, Knight and Baronet, and Dame Mary his Wife. 14 Car. II. 435
Powell, Samuel. 3 Car. I. 53
Powlet, Lord Henry, and others. 16 &17 Car. II. 568
Prestwich, Sir Thomas. 13 Car. II. 319
Pride, Mrs. Elizabeth, and her Children. 18 & 19 Car. II. 623
Radcliffe, Thomas, Esq. 13 Car. II. 319
Raleigh, Carew, Son of Raleigh, Sir Walter. 3 Car.I. 53
Reneu, Peter, and others. 29 Car. II. 851
Rich, Sir William, Bart. 25 & 27 Car. II. 797
Richmond, James Duke of, and Lenos. 14 Car. II. 434
Rivers, Mrs. Clemence, and Rivers, Mrs. Rose. Ib. 435
Rochester, John late Bishop of. 22 Car. II. 689
Rodes, Sir Francis, Bart. deceased, and others. 29 & 30 Car. II. 865
Roos, Lady Anne. 18 & 19 Car. II. 623
Roos, Lord. 22 Car. II. 689
Roscommon, Wentworth Earl of. 12 Car. II. 302
Routh, Dame Elizabeth. 22 Car. II. 689
Royston, for Maintenance of the Vicar of the Vicarage of. 12 Car. II. 302
Rushout, Alice. 29 Car. II. 851
Russell, Edward, Esq. 16 Car. I. 178
18 & 19 Car.II. 623
Russell, John, Esq. 16 Car. I. 178
Russell, Theodore, and others. 27 Car. II. 797
Salisbury, James Earl of. 25 & 27 Car. II. 797
Samine, John, Esq. 29 & 30 Car. II. 866
Sams, John. 22 & 23 Car. II. 751
Sandys, Samuel, the elder, Esq. and his Son. 16 & 17 Car. II. 568
Savile, Lady Frances, an Infant. 19 & 20 Car. II. 647
Sayer, Dame Katherine, and Others. 16 Car. II. 524
Scawen, Francis, Gent. 18 & 19 Car. II. 623
Schoppens, John, and others. 30 Car.II. 893
Scudamore, Lord Viscount of. 14 Car. II. 434
Senior, Anthony, deceased. 15 Car. II. 512
Senior, Richard.
Shalcrosse, Francis, Esq. 29 & 30 Car. II. 866
Shirley, Sir Seymour, Bart. 18 & 19 Car. II. 623
Shrewsbury, Charles Earl of, and Talbot, John, Esq. Infants, Guardians of. 22 & 23 Car. II. 750
Skinner, Augustine and William. 12 Car. II. 253
Slingsby, Sir Robert, deceased. 14 Car. II. 435
Smith, Sir, William, Bart. and others. 22 & 23 Car. II. 750
Spencer, Dorothy. 16 Car. I. 178
Squibb, Lawrence, Esq. deceased. 29 Car. II. 851
Stafford, Lord Viscount of. 22 & 23 Car. II. 750
Standish, Edward, Esq. 29 Car. II. 851
Stanley, Sir Charles. 16 & 17 Car. II. 568
19 & 20 Car. II. 647
Strafford, Earl of. 16 Car. I. 178
14 Car. II. 434
Strangford, Lord. 16 & 17 Car. II. 568
18 & 19 Car. II. 622
Strangford, Lord Viscount. 22 Car. II. 689
Strode, Margaret. Ib. Ib.
Tayler, Richard, Esq. deceased. 19 & 20 Car. II. 647
Thanet, Earl of, and his Brothers. 16 & 17 Car. II. 568
Thornton, William, an Infant, and others. 29 & 30 Car. II. 865
Thorold, Robert, Esq. 14 Car. II. 435
Thorold, Sir William, Knight, deceased. 29 & 30 Car. II. 866
Thynne, Sir Henry Frederick. 14 Car. II. 434
Thynne, Thomas, Esq. 29 & 30 Car. II.. 865
Tindal, Francis, Gentleman. 14 Car. II. 435
Townsend, Horatio Lord. 19 & 20 Car. II. 646
Trumball, John and Ann. 3 Car. I. 53
Vantethusen, Gerrard, and others. 12 Car. II. 302
Warwicke, Mary Countess Dowager of. 27 Car. II. 801
Warwicke and Holland, Edward Earl of. 29 & 30 Car. II. 865
Watchtor, Abraham. 12 Car. II. 302
Wentworth, Philadelphia. 14 Car. II. 434
Williams, Sir Trevor, Bart. 30 Car. II. 893
Willoughby, George, and others. 15 Car. II. 512
Wimondseld, Dawes, Esq. 19 & 20 Car. II. 647
Winchelsea, Thomas, Earl of. 16 Car. I. 178
Winchelsey, Earl of. 12 Car. II. 252
Winchester, Bishop of. 15 Car. II. 512
16 & 17 Car. II. 568
Winchester, Marquess of. 16 Car. I. 178
Winchester, John Marquess of. 14 Car. II. 434
Wiseman, Sir Richard. 19 & 20 Car. II. 646
Woodhouse, Horatio, and others. 22 Car. II. 690
Woolrich, John, Esq. and 25 Car. II. 797
Woolrich, Sir Thomas, Knight
Worcester, Edward Marquess of. 15 Car. II. 512
Wray, Sir William. 12 Car. II. 302
York, Duke of. 15 Car. II. 512
22 & 23 Car. II. 751

Personating Seamen See Daby.

Petition of Right

Statute Page
Stat. 3 Car. I. c. 1. See 47 G. III. Sess. 1. c. 32. § 40. 23

Petitioning the King or Parliament

Statute Page
For preventing Tumults and Disorders in petitioning the King or Parliament. 13 Car. II. c5. 308
In what Case only Persons may solicit or procure any Petition, &c. for altering Matters established in Church or State. § 1. Ib.
Number of Persons who may assemble to present Petition to the King or Parliament. Ib. Ib.
Proviso for presenting Public or Private Grievances, and for Addresses to the King by Parliament. §2. Ib.

Pilchards See Fish and Fisheries

Pirates and Piracy

Statute Page
For the Relief of Captives taken by Turkish, Moorish, and other Pirates, and for the Prevention thereof. 16Car.I.c. 24. exp. 134
Additional Duty of Customs of One in the 100 of all Duties to be laid on Goods exported and imported, as herein mentioned, for Three Years, to be received by the Lord Mayor and Chamberlain of London, to be laid out in maintaining a Fleet under the Direction of a Committee of the Lords and Commons respectively. §1. Ib.
Lord Mayor, &c. to be accountable to the said Committee. Ib. Ib.
If Goods attempted to be exported or imported, and the said Duty not paid, the Goods to be forfeited. § 2. Ib.
Captures from the Pirates how to be divided. § 3. Ib.
This Act not to be drawn into Example. §4. Ib.

Plantation Trade

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For maintaining a greater Correspondence and Kindness between this Kingdom and the Plantations. 15 Car. II.c. 7. § 4. 449
No Manufacture of Europe to be imported into any Plantation (Tangier excepted) but what shall be shipped in England in English-built Shipping, pursuant to Stat. 14 Car. II. c. II. and English manned, and carried directly to the said Plantations. Ib. Ib.
Penalty how to be disposed of. During the present War and afterwards, Irish Linens, by Ships navigated as therein mentioned, may be imported into the Plantations, 3 & 4 Ann. c. 8.§ 1. contined under the Limitations therein mentioned, 3 G. I. c. 21. §1.Inhabitants of Jersey and Guernsey allowed to export to Newfoundland and American Colonies Goods for the Fishery, and to import from thence certain nonenumerated Goods,9 G. III.c. 28. Exportation of certain Goods from Ireland to American Plantations and the Coast of Africa, allowed, 18 G. III. c. 55. Ib. Ib.
Proviso for shipping Salt for the Fisheries, Madeira Wines, Wines of the Western Isles, Servants and Horses and Victuals of Scotland and Ireland. § 5. Ib.
Persons importing into the Plantations to deliver to the Governor an Account of their Names and of their Goods imported. Ib. Ib.
No Ship to unlade until the Master has produced a Certificate of Name and Built of Ship and Name of Commander,&c. and delivered an Inventory of the Lading, and the Place of Lading—Penalty. § 6. Ib.
Governors of Plantations (Tangier excepted) before their Entrance upon Office, to take an Oath to observe this Act Penalty. 15 Car. II. c. 7. § 6. 450
Offending after Oath taken—Loss of Office, Incapacity, and Penalty £1,000. Ib. Ib.
Officer of the Customs in England giving Warrant, or suffering Plantation Goods therein mentioned to be carried to any other Country without having first been landed in England, Forfeiture of Place and Penalty. § 7. Ib.
Proviso for lading Sea Coals on payment of Duty, and being navigated according to Act, and giving Security for landing. So much of this Act as restrains the planting, &c. of Tobacco in Ireland, repealed, 19 G. III. c.35. §1. extended to Scotland, 22 G.III. c. 73§ 1. § 8. Ib.
The Word "Ireland" to be left out of all Bonds taken for Ships setting sail out of or from England, Ireland, Wales, &c. for any English Plantation in America, &c. This section as to the Word "Ireland" repealed 20 G. III. c. 10. §3.during the Continuance of that Act. 22 & 23 Car. II. c. 26. §9. 748
The Governors of the English Plantations to take Bonds as herein directed, before Ship is permitted to load. Ib. Ib.
Ship loading before such Bond given, a Certificate that such Bond had been given in England—Penalty. Further Provision relating to such Bonds, 7 & 8 W. III. c. 22. § 13. Ib. Ib.
Governors of American Plantations to return yearly, to Custom House in London, a List of all Ships lading any Commodities therein, and also a List of Bonds taken. § 7. 749
Ships unlading Sugar, Tobacco, Cotton, Wool, Indigo, Ginger, Fustick, or other Dying Wood, in any Port except in England, to be forfeited. Ib. Ib.
Tangier not a Plantation within the Meaning of this Act. § 8. Ib.
Continuance of Act. This Act continued 5 G. I. c. 11. § 19. so long as 12 Car. II. c. 4. shall continue. §9. Ib.
If Bond shall not be given to bring Plantation Goods to England, there shall be paid the Duties herein mentioned—Penalty on Non-payment, &c. See as to a Doubt on this Clause, 7 & 8 W. III. c. 22. § 8. Suits on such Bonds restrained, 8 Ann.c. 13.§23. 25 Car. II. c. 7. §5. 793
Duty to be levied by Commissioners of Customs. §6. Ib.
If Party have not ready Money, Commissioners may take a Proportion of Commodities. This Act extended, as to Rice and Molasses, 3 & 4 Ann. c. 5. §12.; and as to Copper Ore, 8 G. I. c. 18. § 22. For the Application of the Duties, of this Act, see I G. I. stat. 2. c. 12. § 4. This Act ratified, except as to Sugar exported from American Colonies, 12 G. II. c. 30. § 1. The Penalties thereof extended to Rum or other Spirits shipped in any British Colony or Plantation in America and carried to the Isle of Man, 5 G. III. c. 39. § 5. The Duties upon Plantation Sugar laden in American Plantation made to cease, 6 G. III. c. 52. § 1. and the remaining Duties made to cease, 27 G. III. c. 13. § 1. see 43 G. III. c. 68. § 1. —49 G. III. c. 98. § 1. §7. Ib.

Plea of Quare Impedit See Michaelmas Term.

Poor (General Regulations)

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For the better Relief of the Poor of England. 14 Car. II. c. 12. 401
Justice of the Peace may remove Persons coming to settle in Tenement under £10. per Annum to last Settlement. See Note at the End of Act, inf. § 1. Ib.
Proviso for Appeal. § 2. Ib.
Proviso for Persons going into other Parishes to work in Time of Harvest, with Certificate of Minister, &c. § 3. Ib.
Such Work not to gain a Settlement, but Persons may be removed back again. Ib. Ib.
Persons refusing to go back, &c. —Punishment. Ib. Ib.
Churchwardens, &c. of Parish to which such Persons removed, refusing to receive them, &c. may be indicted. Ib. Ib.
Corporations and Workhouses to be within the Bills of Mortality. § 4. Ib.
Lord Mayor of London President of that in London. Ib. Ib.
Regulations for Election of Officers. Ib. Ib.
Regulations of the like Nature for Workhouses within the Bills of Mortality. § 5. 402
Quarter Sessions to require Accounts of Receipts and Payments of Officers, and of the State of the Workhouses. Ib. Ib.
President, &c. to have Succession— How to be sued— May purchase Lands not exceeding £3,000. Per Annum; may take Gifts of Personal Estate; may meet and keep Courts, &c. and may appoint a Common Seal. Ib. Ib.
President and Governors may apprehend Rogues and Vagabonds, and set them to work—Quarter Sessions may signify to Privy Council the Names of such Rogues, &c. as they shall think fit to be transported— Proceedings thereon. §6. Ib.
If President and Governors signify to Common Council, Quarter Sessions, &c. the Want of Money, &c., Common Council, Quarter Sessions, &c. may ascertain the Amount, and may rate Towns, Parishes, &c. accordingly—Appeal to the next open Sessions. § 7. Ib.
Any Alderman of London or Two Justices in Westminster, &c. may authorize Churchwardens, &c. to receive Assessments — And in default of Payment, Distress. 14 Car. II. c. 12. § 8. 403
The Stock for Employment of the Poor in the Hands of a former Corporation in London to be paid to Treasurer of Corporation under this Act, who is empowered to recover the same, &c. —All Persons having Stock in hand to account. § 9. Ib.
Allowances to such former Corporation. §10. Ib.
President and Governors may make ByeLaws, &c. § 11. Ib.
To be presented to Quarter Sessions. § 12. Ib.
President and Governors may Choose Officers and make them Allowances. § 13. Ib.
Sheriffs, &c. to be aiding Corporations. § 14. Ib.
On Death or Removal of Constables, &c. —Justices may make and sweara new one until Court Leet or Quarter Sessions. § 15. Ib.
Officer continuing above a Year, he may be discharged and another elected. Ib. Ib.
Justice may reward Persons apprehending Rogues and Vagabonds—2s. for every Apprehension—Constable, &c. refusing, &c. to pay—Proceedings for Penalty under Stat. 1 Jac. I. c. 7. and the 2s. paid thereout. § 16. 404
Proviso for Persons apprehending Rogues, &c. on the Confines of any County who had passed through any Parish of another County unapprehended. § 17. Ib.
Constables, &c. may make Rate to reimburse themselves—To be confirmed by Two Justices—And may be levied by Distress. §18. Ib.
Churchwardens, &c. may seize Goods and Chattels of putative Fathers and of Mothers deserting, to support Bastard Child. § 19. Ib.
In Actions for executing Act, General Issue may be pleaded—Treble Damages. § 20. Ib.
Regulations for Choice of Overseers for Townships and Villages in certain
Counties unable to reap the Benefit of Stat. 43 Eliz. c.2. §31. Ib.
Proviso for the Power of Justices in such Counties to raise Money, &c. in such Townships and Villages as by Stat. 43 Eliz. c. 2. § 22. 405
Quarter Sessions may transport incorrigible Rogues and Vagabonds. § 23. Ib.
Proviso for Dean and Chapter of Westminster. § 24. Ib.
Continuance of Act, except as to the aforesaid Corporations. This Act continued for 7 Years, 1 Jac. II. c. 17. § 2. to be in force, together with 1 Jac. II. c. 17. as to what relates to the Poor, from 1st March 1691, 3 W. & M. c. 11. § 1. ;made perpetual, 12 Ann. Stat. 1. c. 18. § 1. And so much of this Act as enables Justices to remove Persons likely to become chargeable, repealed, and no Persons to be removed till they become actuallychargeable, 35 G. III. c. 101. § 1. § 25. Ib.
For the Relief of Poor Prisoners, and setting them on work. 18 & 19 Car. II. c. 9. 613
A Public Stock to be provided by Sessions— And Overseers to be appointed—No Parish to be rated above 6d. per Week. See 12 G. II. c. 29. § 1. 23. § 1. Ib.
Sheriffs, &c. to provide safe Places for the Reception of sick Prisoners—No such Places to be taken without Consent of Owners. § 2. Ib
Mayors, &c. may remove Prisoners in Time of Contagion—And raise a Stock. § 3. Ib
Rules and Orders for Exeter Workhouse—Overseer thereof, his Salary—Preacher, his Duty and Salary—In what Case Offenders may be sent thither, and thence conveyed to Assizes and Sessions. § 4. Ib.
Prisoners may be removed for Trial to the Common Gaol. § 5. 614
Regulation as to Security for Stock, &c. by Overseer of said Workhouse. Ib. Ib.
Justices of Devon may execute this Act. Ib. Ib.
General Saving. Ib. Mode of Assessment altered, 12 G. II. c. 29. §1.; extended, and Assessment increased, 31 G. III. c. 46. § 12. §6. Ib.
For the Relief and Release of poor distressed Prisoners for Debt. 22 & 23 Car. II. c. 20. 734
Justice of Peace to require Prisoner to be brought before him—Cause of Imprisonment to be certified—Form of Oath by Prisoner—Prisoner to be remanded, and Certificate thereof to Prisoner—Notice to be left with Plaintiff to appear at the next Quarter Sessions § 1. Ib.
In what Case Prisoner to be discharged without Fee or Chamber Rent. Ib. Ib.
If Creditor wilfully insist on Prisoner continuing in Goal, he is to pay a Weekly Sum to Prisoner — On Non-payment thereof Prisoner discharged. § 2. 735
On Action against Sheriff, &c. General Issue may be pleaded—Double Costs. § 3. Ib.
Judgments against Lands, &c. of Prisoner to stand good, notwithstanding the Discharge. § 4. Ib.
New Execution against Real and Personal Estate, except Wearing Apparel, &c. Ib. Ib.
Prisoner taking a false Oath convicted of Perjury— A new Execution to be awarded against him, upon which he may be remanded, and Executions against Lands, &c. to stand good. § 5. 736
Officer delaying to bring Prisoner before Justice, or to discharge him—Penalty £100. §6. Ib.
No Sheriff, &c. to carry any Person to Tavern, Alehouse, &c. without his free Consent—Nor demand or receive any greater Sum than by Law ought to be taken for Arrest, Waiting, &c.—Nor take unreasonable Sum for Lodging, &c.—Nor Procure such Prisoner to pay for other Wine, &c. than he shall freely call for. See further, 2 G. II. c. 22. §1.—32 G. II. c. 28. § 1. § 7. Ib.
Sheriffs, Gaolers, &c. to permit their Prisoners to send for necessary Food, Bedding, &c. where they please—And not to demand greater Fee for Commitment than is allowable until the same be settled as herein mentioned. 22 & 23 Car. II. c. 20. § 8. 736
Inquiry to be made by Lord Chief Justices,&c. into all Charitable. Uses given for the Benefit of poor Prisoners. § 9. Ib.
Accounts of such Gifts, Rates of Fees, and Government of Prisons, to be signed, &c. by the Lord Chief Justice, &c. and hung up in every Goal, fairly written, and registered by Clerk of Peace. § 10. Ib.
Sheriff, Goaler, &c. lodging Prisoners with Felons—Penalty. § 11. 737
For the further Relief and Discharge of poor distressed Prisoners for Debt. 30 Car. II. c. 4.exp. 887

Popish Recusants

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For preventing Dangers which may happen from Popish Recusants. 25 Car. II. c. 2. 782
Persons bearing any Offices or Places of Trust under His Majesty, &c. to take the Oaths of Supremacy and Allegiance When and where to appear and take Oaths. § 1. Ib.
During taking the Oaths Plcas to cease. Ib. Ib.
The said Officers to receive the Sacrament according to the Usage of the Church of England before 1st August 1673. This Section appears to be expired, but it is extended to Deputies, 1 G. I. stat. 2. c. 13. § 18. Ib. 783
Persons admitted into any Office, &c. after the First Day of Easter Term, 1673, and residing in London, &c. or within 30 Miles, to take the said Oaths—when and where taken—Proceedings to cease,—And to receive the Sacrament within Three Months—a Certificate upon Oath to be delivered into Court of receiving the Sacrament. See as to the King's sworn Servants, 30 Car. II. Stat. 2. § 6.—2 G. II. c. 31. § 9. The Months herein mentioned to be taken Calendar Months, 13 G. I. c. 29. § 4. and the above Three Months enlarged to Six Months. 9 G. II. c. 26. § 3. See 16 G. II. c. 30. § 3. § 2. Ib
Persons refusing, &c. to take the Oaths and Sacrament, incapable of Office. § 3. Ib.
Executing Office after Neglect or Refusal to take the Oaths or Sacrament, Incapacity to prosecute any Suit in Law or Equity, or to be Guardian of any Child, or Executor, &c. and Penalty £500. § 4. Ib.
Names of Persons taking the Oaths to be enrolled—Rolls to be publicly hung up, and perused without Fee—Fee on Entry of taking Oaths. § 5. Ib.
Upon Tender made to the Courts, they are to administer the Oaths. § 6. Ib.
Persons not bred up in the Popish Religion, breeding up or suffering their Children to be bred up in the Popish Religion, Disability; and Penalty on Children until Conformity. § 7. 784
Persons taking the Oaths to subscribe the Declaration in Act mentioned—Register of Subscription. From 24th June 1791 no Person to be summoned to make the above Declara-tion, or be prosecuted for not obeying such Summons, 31 G.III. c. 32. § 18. 25 Car. II. c. 2. § 8. 784
Proviso for the Peerage—and for Creation Money, Impost Pensions, &c.—Exception—and for Estates of Inheritance granted by the Crown—and for Pensions granted to Persons instrumental in preserving the King at Worcester—and for Grants of certain Offices of Inheritance to Persons refusing the Oaths, &c. who are to appoint Deputies, who must take the Oaths, &c. and subscribe Declaration—Deputies to be approved by the King under his Privy Signet—Proviso for Peers. § 9. Ib.
Where Peers may take the Oaths, &c. §10. Ib.
Proviso for married Women, Persons under 18, Absentees, and Persons found to be non compos mentis. § 11. Ib.
Persons forfeiting Office may, upon taking the Oaths, &c. be capable. § 12. 785
Proviso for Non-commissioned Officers in the Navy subscribing the Declaration. § 13. Ib.
And for Pensions granted to the Earl and Countess of Bristol. § 14. Ib.
And for Constables, Tythingmen, &c. § 15. Ib.

-, See Court of Wards and Liberties.

Popishly bred

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For restraining the passing or sending Persons beyond Sea to be popishly bred. 3 Car. I. c. 3. § 1. 25

-, See Papists.

Post Office

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For erecting and establishing a Post Office. 12 Car. II. c. 35. 297
A Letter Office erected in London. § 1. Ib.
A Master of the Office to be appointed by the King, by the Name of the Post Master General. Ib. 298
Power and Duty of Post Master General. Ib. 298
Proviso as to Letters sent by Coaches, &c. by Ships; by Private Friends; and as to Messengers carrying Commissions, &c. or other Proceedings of Courts. Ib. Ib.
The Post Master General, and no other to provide Horses for riding Post. § 2. Ib.
Rates for carrying Letters. § 3. Ib.
Proviso for Merchants Accounts, &c. and for Covers of Letters to Marseilles, &c. to be sent to Turkey. § 4. 299
Rate of Hire for Post Horses. § 5. 300
Ship Letters to be put into Post Office—Exception. § 6. Ib.
Post Masters only to carry Letters—Exception. § 7. Ib.
Carrying Letters, letting Post Horses, &c. to Hire, contrary to this Act—Penalty Ib. Ib.
Penalties how divided. Ib. Ib.
Proviso where Post Master doth not provide Horses. § 8. Ib.
Post Master General not providing Horses, &c—Penalty £5. 12 Car. II.c. 35. § 9. 300
Proviso for carrying Letters, &c. to the next Post Stage. § 10. Ib.
Carrying Mail out of England in Foreign Vessels—Penalty £100. § 11. Ib.
Officers in the Post Office to take the Oaths of Allegiance, and Supremacy. § 12. 301
Proviso as to Marhaston, Kendal, Penrith, Lincoln, and Grimsby. § 13. Ib.
Post Master to continue constant Posts—Penalty £5. § 14. Ib.
Post Master General, &c. to observe such Orders as His Majesty shall make—His Majesty may grant the said Office for Life or Years, not exceeding 21 Years. § 15. Ib.
No Horses to be taken without Consent of Owners. § 16. Ib.
Rates of Inland Letters to be paid where delivered—Exception. § 17. Ib.
Proviso for Letters sent to and from the Universities. This Act confirmed, 13 Car.II. Stat. 1. c. 7. and it seems doubtful whether it be altogether repealed by 9 Ann. c. 10. that Act qualifying the Repeal by the Words "except as herein-after mentioned;" and in the Edition of the Statutes by Cay, it is said to be in Part repealed. See 7. G.III. c. 50. § 18. 301
For settling the Profits of the Post Office and Power of granting Wine Licences on the Duke of York and his Heirs. 15 Car. II. c. 14. 495
The said Duke and the Heirs Male of his Body to have all the Powers and Profits from granting Licences to retail Wine—and a Moiety of the Penalties of Stat. 12 Car. II. c. 25. § 5. § 1. 496
Power to the Agents of the said Duke to contract for granting Licences. § 2. Ib.
Persons appointed by the said Duke to grant Licences enabled so to do under the Seal of the Duke or his Heirs Male—No Fine to be taken. § 3. Ib.
Remedy for Rents reserved to the Duke. Ib Ib
Discharge of the Duke or his Receiver General, good Discharge. Ib. Ib
The King not to grant Licences. § 4. Ib.
Proviso for Contracts for Licences already made by the King. § 5. Ib.
Post Office Revenues hereby settled on the Duke of York and the Heirs Male of his Body—His and their Receivers General may receive the said Revenue § 6. 497
The said Post Office Revenues, not to be paid into the Exchequer, but to the Duke, &c., who may sue for the same. § 7. Ib.
Proviso for Grant to Daniel O'Neale Esq. of the Office of Post Master General. § 8. Ib.
Proviso for His Majesty charging not exceeding £5, 382. 10s. on Office of Post Master General. §9 Ib.
The King to have the Nomination of Post Master General, at a Rent to be reserved to the Duke of York. § 10. Ib.
The Duke, &c. enabled to settle a Jointure on Wives out of the said Premises, and to lease the same. 15 Car. II. c. 14. § 11. 497
Proviso for the Privilege of the Universities. § 12. Ib.
Proviso for the Vintners of London, and for other Towns Corporate. §13. Ib.
Proviso for the Borough of Saint Albans, as to appointing and licensing Three Wine Taverns. § 14. 498
Proviso for Letters sent to and from the Universities. § 15. Ib.
For revesting the Power of granting Wine Licences in His Majesty, His Heirs and Successors, and for settling a Recompence on his Royal Highness in lieuthereof. 22 & 23 Car. II. c. 6. 706
The Revenue of Wine Licences and Moiety of all Penalties vested in the King—Freed from Jointures and Provisions for younger Children by the Duke. § 1. 707
Proviso for a Moiety of the Forfeitures incurred before the 24th of Nov. 1670, and of Arrears of Rent to 24th June 1670, to the Duke. § 2. Ib.
Letters Patent of 1st Nov. 22 Car. II., for granting £24,000 per Ann. to the Duke and his Heirs Male, in lieu of the Wine Licences, to stand good in Law. § 3. Ib.
Proviso for Non-recitals or Mis-recitals in the same Letters Patent. § 4. 708
By whom and how the £24,000 per Ann is to be paid—without De-duction—Acquittance of the Duke, &c. to be a Discharge. § 5. Ib.
The same to be paid Quarterly without Fee, &c. § 6. Ib.
Commissioners, &c. neglecting Payment of the said £24,000, the Duke may prosecute. § 7. Ib.
Proviso for Persons having sold Wines by Retail before the 24th Nov. 22 Car. II. § 8. Ib.
For explaining a Proviso contained in Stat. 15 Car. II. c. 14. § 4. 22 & 23 Car. II. c. 27. 749
The Power to the King therein mentioned, of charging the Sum of £5,382. 10s., declared to be a Power of charging the Profits of the Post Office with the said Annual Payment, and that all former Grants thereof should be good against the Duke, &c. § 1. 750
The said Profits not to be charged doubly. § 2. Ib.

Press regulated

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Stat. 14 Car. II. c. 33. continued 16 Car. II. c.8. 524
16 & 17 Car. II. c. 7. 556

-, See Books and Pamphlets.

Prettiman (Sir John)

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For Sale of Part of the Estate of Sir John Prettiman, for Satisfaction of a Debt by him due to the King. 22 Car. II. c. 10. 664

Printers See Books and Pamphlets.

Prisage See Court of Wards and Liberies.

Prisoners in the fleet See Delays in Suits of Law.

Privy Council See Star Chamber.

Prizage Wines See Tonnage and poundage.

Prize Goods

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For directing the Prosecution for such as are accountable for Prize Goods. 14 Car. II. c.14. exp. 406
Commissioners and other Officers of Prize Goods received since January 30th, 1642, and before May 29th, 1660, and that have not accounted for the same, and all Securities by them, may be sued and convened in the Court of Admiralty. § 1. 407
The said Court authorized to proceed thereupon to Condemnation. Ib. Ib.
Proviso respecting Rights of Lord High Admiral and Warden of Cinque Ports, that have been usurped by any Persons. § 2. Ib.
Such Persons to account to the Duke of York, the Lord High Admiral, or Lord Warden of the Cinque Ports. Ib. Ib.
Proviso for Defect of Jurisdiction in the Court of Admiralty. § 3. Ib
Stat. 14 Car. II. c. 14. § 2. repealed as to Admirals, &c. Mariners and Seamen. 16 & 17 Car. II. c. 6. 555
All Process against them to cease, &c. Ib. Ib.

Prize Ships See Ships.

Process

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For the Continuance of Process and Judicial Proceedings. 12 Car.II. c. 3. 180.
Process, Writs, &c. shall not be discontinued for not keeping or holding certain Days of Return. § 1. Ib.
Writs, Process, Pleas, &c. returnable at a certain Day, continued, adjourned. Ib. Ib.
Parties in Pleas, &c. Day as herein mentioned, to have the Return "In the Morrow of the Ascension, &c." prefixed. § 2. Ib.
Sheriffs, &c. to keep all Writs, &c. until the 5th Return Ib. Ib.
Process, Writs, Pleas, &c. under certain Titles and Names, may be prosecuted and proceeded upon. § 3. Ib.
Act of 1650 continued till 1st Aug. 1660. § 4.exp. Ib.
Another Act of 1650 recited, and as to pleading the General Issue, continued till 1st Aug. 1660. § 5.exp. 181
Proviso as to former Pleas. § 6. Ib.
His Majesty's Assent to this Bill not to determine the Session. § 7. Ib.
All Writs, Patents, Commissions, &c. to issue in the King's Name as formerly § 8. Ib.

Public accounts and accountants

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For the Relief of Collectors of Public Monies and their Assistants, &c. 14 Car. II. c. 17. 410
Collectors, &c. levying Monies under any Act of Parliament, &c., in Action brought, may plead the General Issue § 1. Ib.
Act not to authorize levying Monies pardoned by Stat. 12 Car. II. c. 11. 14 Car. II. c. 17. § 2. 410
For taking the Accounts of several Sums of Money. 19 & 20Car. II. c. 1. exp. 624
For the better Payment of Monies received for the Use of the Crown. 19 & 20 Car. II. c. 7. 636
Monies received for the King's Use, and not paid into the Exchequer before 1st July 1668, Interest at £12. per Cent. per Ann. until Principal paid. § 1. exp. Ib.
Bodies Politic and Corporate not accounting for and paying Monies due, according to the Course of the Exchequer, to pay like Interest. 19 & 20 Car. II. c. 7. § 2. 636
Proviso for Sheriffs' Accounts of the ancient Revenue. § 3. Ib.

Public Acts

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For confirming Public Acts. 13 Car. II. c. 7. 309
Statutes 12 Car. II. cc. 11. 4. 5. 8. 9.12. 15. 10. 19. 20. 23. 24. 25. 26.27. 28. 29. 30. 35. 2. confirmed and declared to have the full force of Acts of Parliament. Ib 310

Purveyance See Court of Wards and Liberies.



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