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'Index - C', Journal of the House of Commons: volume 2: 1640-1643 (1802), pp. 15-25. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=5467 Date accessed: 26 November 2014.


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CAREW,
-, Sir Francis, Report touching his Election, 17Apr.

Clergymen,
-, Bill against their being Justices of Peace, read, 30 Apr.
-, Bill for easing them of some Lay Employments, read, 2 May.

Clerk
-, of the Market. Vide Market
-, of the House of Commons, to peruse his Notes of such as have taken the Oaths, 25 Apr.-To attend a Member of the last Parliament for a Bill, 27.-To add the Names of Places, where omitted, for which Members are returned, 1 May.
-, Assistant admitted at Clerk's Request-not to take Notes without Command of House, but only Orders and Reports, 25 Apr.

Colne,
-, Manor. Vide King

Committees,
-, grand, appointed, 16 Apr.
-, To report opinion, 16 & 18.-To proceed to Business, if four present, 17 & 29; if three present, 28. To state matter of fact-Question and Resolution about a Chairman of a grand Committee, 18.-All Incidents arising out of any Matter referred to a Committee, to be treated of by them-all Committees of the whole House have Power to send for Parties-Sitting of Committees suspended during the Attendance of House upon the King, 21.
-, Order against any Member's being of a Committee for any Business spoken against by him dispensed with, 27.-A Committee to meet, from time to time, as they shall think fit, 29. -Eight declared a full Number for a Committee, 30.

Communion
-, to be received by House; a Committee to view former Orders relating thereto, 23 Apr.Order of the last Parliament read, and to be observed. Form thereof, 25.- Receiving deferred, 1 May.

Conferences
-, Vide Fast, Goods,Property of, King, and Privileges

Convocation-house,
-, Motion touching a Commission lately granted them; a Committee to view it, 21 Apr. Report; another Committee to prepare Heads for a Conference with Lords about it. Transcript thereof read; Resolution thereupon, 24.

Courts,
-, of Justice, grand Committee appointed, 16 Apr.-Impowered to assign Council to Petitioners desiring it, 25.
-, Ecclesiastical, Bill for Reformation of Abuses therein, read, 27 Apr.-Committed, 1 May.

CADDYMAN,
-, Dr. 1640, to be sent for to attend, 11 Nov.
-, 1642, his Petition to be employed as Physician in the Irish Expedition, received, but not read. Question that he be approved; Neg. 12 Mar.

Cajar,
-, Ship, 1642, Order for staying it; the Committee for the Navy to consider of present receiving it into Pay, 23 Feb.
-, Order for employing it, 9 Mar.

Cage,
-, Anne, 1640, Petition referred to Lord Mountmorris's Committee, 5 Feb.
-, Mr. 1642, to be summoned to attend, 23 Dec.

Calamy,
-, Mr. 1641, desired to preach, 7 Aug. To be thanked, and discharged, as the House cannot attend at Church, 8.- Desired to preach, 17 Dec.-Thanked, and to print his Sermon, 24 Feb. No Person to print it besides himself, 25.

Calandria,
-, Alexander, 1640, Petition referred to Dr. Leighton's Committee, 3 Dec.

Calce,
-, Don Ector de le, 1642, to have Warrant to pass into Flanders, 16 Feb.

Calcott,
-, Rich. 1641. Vide Privileges

Callagan,
-, David, 1642, to be brought up, 30 Mar.-To be released upon taking the Oaths, 17 May.

Callow,
-, Rowland, 1641, authorized to apprehend Priests and Jesuits, 5 July.

Calveley,
-, Hugh, 1642, Resolution for impeaching him of High Treason, 27 Sept. Vide Cholmley, Sir Robert.

Calves,
-, Skins, 1641, Petition of Merchants concerning Parcels stayed by the Order of House; referred to a Committee, 17 July.-Report; to be considered; none to be transported by Force of any Patent till further Orders, 17 Aug. Order to be sent to the Out-ports; all Patents concerning the Transportation thereof to be brought to Clerk, 20. Moneys raised by Sale of Calves Skins to be paid into King's Remembrancer's Office, 30.-Order about transporting them, 8 Sept.-24 Nov. Patent for that Purpose ordered, 24.
-, 1642, Serjeant impowered to compound concerning them, 22 Apr.-Petition about them to be read, 23 Sept. Referred to the Committee for the Navy, 24.

Cambden,
-, Lord, 1642, Lords to be moved to send for him, 17 Dec.

Cambell,
-, Mr. 1640. Vide Privileges
-, 1642, his Offer of a Loan of 500l accepted, 23 Sept.

Camber
-, Castle, 1642, Member to prepare Order for removing warlike Stores from thence, 26 Aug. Order reported, 29.

Cambridge
-, County, 1640, new Writ, 6 Nov.
-, 1641, Message from Lords, acquainting House they had received a Letter concerning the Arms and Militia thereof, 25 Feb.-Petition of Gentlemen read; Speaker's Answer to the Persons who brought it, 16 Mar.-Lord North appointed Lord Lieutenant, 10 Feb. Deputy Lieutenants approved, 18 Mar.
-, 1642, Others approved, 14 May-30 June-18 & 20 Aug.-12 Jan.-Order about providing Arms for the Service of the County, 15 June.-Message to Lords, desiring the Ordinance for the Militia may be presently put in Execution; Messengers dismissed without Answer, 1 July. Day appointed for putting it in Execution, 5. Deputy Lieutenants to execute it; Gentlemen to be thanked for their Services, 23. Persons to go down for that Purpose, and for advancing the Propositions for raising Horse, &c. 29.-Order for suppressing Riots, 5 Sept.-Instructions for the County agreed to by Lords, 6.-Commissaries for valuing the Horse, &c. appointed, 8.-Persons sent down to advance the Service of the Commonwealth, 27 Oct.-Propositions concerning the Safety of the County referred to a Committee, 1 Dec. Order for raising 1,000 Horse, 5. Agreed to by Lords, 8. A Committee to prepare Ordinance for encouraging them thereto, 17. Ordinance agreed to by Lords, 20.-Order for seizing Arms, &c. of Persons refusing to contribute upon the Propositions, or to associate themselves, 24 Jan.-Names of Persons to be trusted with sequestering the Estates of Papists and Delinquents presented and referred to the Committee for that Business, 7 Feb.-Letter from Deputy Lieutenants read; a Committee to prepare Order in Answer thereto, 17.
-, University, 1640, Report concerning it from the Committee for Religion; Statute imposing a Subscription on Scholars voted illegal, 20 Jan.
-, 1641, Order inlarged, 9 Apr.-Letter to be prepared concerning the pressing Subscriptions, 11 Feb.-Certificate about Proceedings in taking the Protestation referred to the Committee for the Universities, 7 Mar.-Petition and Latin Letter from thence, read, 12 May.-Oration of the Vice-chancellor concerning the Decay of Learning, referred to the Committee for printing, 23 July.-A Committee to inquire into the printing a Petition in the Name of the University, 25 Jan.
-, 1642, Vice-chancellor and University to be thanked for an Exhibition to Two poor Scholars from Dublin, 4 May.- Order for stopping Arms going thither, 16 July.-Order about freeing Scholars from the Observation of Ceremonies to be prepared, 23 Jan.-Their Petition read; Order against wearing Surplices, 17 Feb.
-, 1641, Town, Mayor to use his Discretion in releasing a Prisoner, 29 May.-Petition from thence referred to the Committee for Fines in Chancery, 4 June.-Another Petition read; Speaker's Answer to Persons who brought it, 16 Mar.
-, 1642, Information of Moneys collected upon the Act of Contribution; Order touching the Disposal thereof, 9 June.
-, Lord Lieutenant to be moved for a Deputation to train the Inhabitants, 15 July.-Instructions to be prepared, 15 Aug.-Order for securing the Passages between Cambridge, Lynn, and the northern Parts, read and agreed to; Lords Concurrence signified, 19.-Order for keeping one Horse for the Service of the Town, 7 Sept.

Cammock,
-, Captain, Sussex, 1642, to give Account of Moneys received for fortifying Languard Point and Harwich, and why he suffered a Ship laden with Ammunition to slip away, 17 Feb.

Campbell,
-, Sir James, 1641, his Executors to be desired, in the disposing of his Estate given to charitable Uses, to consider the Maintenance of the War in Ireland, 15 Jan. Their Answer, 17.
-, James, 1641, to pass beyond Sea, notwithstanding a former Order of Restraint, 22 Feb.

Campian,
-, Titus, 1640, Petition referred to the Bishop of Ely's Committee, 16 Feb.

Candles,
-, 1642, Order for bringing them in, 4 & 14 Dec.

Canons,
-, new, 1640, Motion for referring the Consideration of them to the Committee for Religion, 10 Nov. Legality thereof to be debated, 20. 24. & 26. A Committee to get Warrants conducing thereto, 20. Matter debated, 26.-Further Debate adjourned, 26 Nov.-8, 9. & 14 Dec. Voted not binding to the Clergy or Laity, without Consent of Parliament-Matter of the particular Canons to be considered, 15. Voted dangerous and illegal; a Committee to prepare the Votes to be transmitted to Lords, and examine who were the Promoters of the new Canons, 16. Order for their meeting, 19.-for the Committee to stand, 12 Jan.-for considering the Penalties incurred by the Bishops and Clergy in making them, 19. 25, & 26 Jan.-Members to attend the Committee, 12 Feb.-House to consider the Penalty, 24 Feb. - 1 & 2 Mar.
-, 1641, Votes upon the Canons to be carried to Lords at a Conference; Managers appointed; a Committee to prepare them, 30 Apr.-Order for presenting them, 15 May.- Committee to stand, 1 June. Report to be made, 1. 3, 4, & 5. Conference desired with Lords concerning them, agreed to, 7.-Register to be summoned forthwith to attend with the Acts of the last Synod, 28 Oct.
-, 1641, Bill for making void the new Canons, and punishing the Makers thereof, read, 3 June.-Another Bill concerning them ordered, 27 July.

Canterbury,
-, 1641, Petition from the Church and Tenants thereof;read, 12 May.-Protestation to be tendered to the Dean and Chapter, &c. 7 Mar.
-, 1642, Mayor's Examination of several French Officers presented; Order for thanking him; Officers to be sent up, 4 Aug.-Order for paying Messenger's Charges, 10 Nov. -Petition of Volunteers; Order for their Indemnity; agreed to by Lords, 12 Aug.-A Committee to prepare Order to authorize Persons to disarm Malignants, 17 Dec. -Another Committee to take Care for securing. the Library, &c. belonging to the See, 23.

Capell,
-, Sir Gamaliel, 1640. Vide Privileges
-, Mr. 1641, offers his Security for Money, 5 Aug.
-, 1642, to have Warrant to convey Arms, &c. to Gloucester, 5 Oct.
-, Lord, 1641, willing to continue his Loan of 1,000 l 1 Feb. Order about Security to him, 18.
-, 1642, Resolution for impeaching him, 11 June. Vide Northampton; Earl of.-Conference desired by Lords concerning the Sequestration of his Estate agreed to; Reporters appointed;Conference held and reported;a Committee to consider of a Way for sequestering it, 27 Sept.-Order for their meeting and making Report; Committee added, 8 Nov. -Order for seizing his Horses, 12.-for paying Money due to him to the Treasurer at Wars, 19.

Captives
-, at Algiers and Tunis, 1640, a Committee to receive and consider Petitions on their behalf, 10 Dec.Petitions referred, 11 Dec.-16 Mar. Committees added, 11 Dec.-11 Mar.-Committee revived, 12 Feb.-Report; to be considered, 1 Mar. Votes touching the Number of Ships to be employed to guard the Coasts against Turkish Pirates- touching the Encouragement to be given them. King to be moved thereon, 5. His Answer, 6. Order for Meeting of the Committee; Persons to be sent for by them, 11.
-, 1641, like Order, 8 Apr.-13 & 19 May. Further Report; Resolution that the King be moved to send a Person to demand them-that upon refusing to deliver them up Ships may be sent to assail Algiers, 21.
-, 1642, a Messenger to be sent to Constantinople concerning them; a Committee to consider in what Manner, and with what Instructions, 15 Apr.-Lords to be desired that a Committee of their House may meet them, 5 May.- Moneys to be distributed among their Wives, 1 June. Report to be made, 18.
-, 1641, Bill for their Relief, read, 30 Oct.- Committed, 2 Nov. Order for meeting of the Committee, 17 & 27. Bill reported, and re-committed, 27.-Reported from Re-commitment, and to be ingrossed, 1 Dec. Passed, 3.- A Committee appointed in pursuance of the Act; Message from Lords, acquainting House they had appointed a Committee, 25 Jan.

Capuchins,
-, 1641, Persons examined touching one apprehended; Order for his Attendance on the Committee for Recusants convict; Conference to be desired with Lords concerning him, and concerning the Dissolution of their Convent, 12 Aug. Desired; Messenger dismissed without Answer, 13.- Another Conference to be desired with Lords concerning the Dissolution of their Convent; Heads agreed to; 1 Nov. Free Conference desired by Lords thereupon; agreed to; Managers appointed; free Conference held, 17. Reported, 18.- Message to be sent to Lords, desiring them to move the King for the Dissolution of them, 31 Dec.-Sent; their Answer, 3 Jan.-Order for taking them into Custody; Message to French Ambassador, to know if he will undertake to send them away, 26 Feb.
-, 1642, a Committee to inquire about them, 4 June. - Lords to be moved to join in Order for sending them out of the Kingdom; Member to prepare it, 31 Aug.- Order sent to Lords; Messenger dismissed without Answer, 2 Sept.-House put Lords in mind thereof, 23 Sept.- 1 Oct.-1 Nov.-30 Dec.-A Committee to consider of Method for conveying them out of the Kingdom, and demolishing their Convent, 5 Nov.-Order for taking them into Custody, and sending them away; the Committee for the Navy to write to the Earl of Warwick to provide a Ship, 13 Mar. Request of French King's Agent concerning the Order, to be considered, 14.-A Committee to prepare Reasons to be offered at a Conference for removing them from Somerset House, 12 Dec.

Cardigan,
-, County, 1641, Earl of Carberry nominated Lord Lieutenant, 11 Feb.-Deputy Lieutenants approved, 18 Mar.

Cards,
-, foreign, 1640, Bill for prohibiting the Importation thereof, read, 4 Mar.
-, 1641, Committed, 21 Aug.

Carlifle
-, Vide Berwick-1641, Order about Carriages to convey Arms from thence, 9 Mar.

Carlyn,
-, Sieur, 1642, to have Warrant to go to France and return, 3 Jan.

Carmarthen,
-, County, 1641, Earl of Pembroke nominated Lord Lieutenant, 11 Feb.-Deputy Lieutenants approved, 18 Mar.
-, 1642, Prisoners brought up by the Under-sheriff committed to the Gatehouse; a Committee to consider his Charges, 28 July.-Under-sheriff examined; Resolution touching Satisfaction to him, 3 Aug.

Carmarthen,
-, Richard. Vide Merchants, Strangers.

Carnaby,
-, Sir Wm. Vide Quarrel
-, 1642, to be summoned to attend the Service of House, 20 June.-Voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament, 26 Aug.

Carnarvon,
-, County, 1640, new Writ, 10 Nov.
-, 1641, Earl of Pembroke nominated Lord Lieutenant, 11 Feb.-Deputy Lieutenants approved; others to be recommended, 18 Mar.
-, 1642, Sheriff to pay in the Poll-money by a Time limited, or be sent for as a Delinquent, 9 June.-To be sent for, 25 July.
-, Borough, 1640, Petition of Burgesses and Freemen referred to Sir Lewis Dive's Committee, 11 Jan.-Resolution against giving longer Time for producing Witnesses, 16 Feb. - Petitions referred, 8 Mar.
-, 1641, other Petitions referred, 1 Apr.-Order for meeting of the Committee, 20 Apr.-11 & 13 May.
-, Earl of, 1641, Information of Plate and Jewels belonging to him being seized as they were going to the King; Order about the Disposal of them, 4 Dec.

Carne,
-, Mr. 1640, his Letter to Sir Jacob Ashley, read, 31 Dec.
-, Lieutenant Colonel Tho. 1642, Petition referred to a Member, 18 June.-Order for Payment of his Arrears, 23 July.-19 Aug.
-, Lieutenant, 1642, Petition to be considered, 13 Aug.

Carpenter,
-, Tho. Vide Privileges

Carpenter's
-, Company, 1642,Order for their speeding Wheelbarrows and Carriages for the Train for Ireland, 29 July.

Carre,
-, John, 1642. Vide Privileges
-, Mr. a Constable, 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 17 Dec.

Carrell,
-, Mr. 1642, desired to preach, 12 Apr. Thanked, and to print his Sermon, 27.
-, Symond, 1642, his Petition, and Order for his Discharge, 3 Jan.

Carrickfergus
-, Vide Ireland

Carringion,
-, Wm. 1641, Bill for settling Lands, &c. on him, read, 19 Aug.

Carryll,
-, John, 1642, Petition read, and left to the Law, 12 May.
-, Sir Jo. 1642, to have Licence to transport himself, &c. to France, 7 Sept.

Carter,
-, Tho. 1640. Vide Privileges
-, Mr. Minister of St. Peter's, Norwich, 1640, Petition touching his being inhibited to preach in his own Parish Church, read; Declaration and Resolutions thereupon, 23 Feb.
-, Mr. Schoolmaster at Highgate, 1641, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 8 Nov.
-, Arthur, 1642, Order for delivering to him Money stayed at Minehead, 24 Sept.
-, Captain, 1642, to be committed close Prisoner to Lord Petre's House, 23 Jan.
-, Humphrey, 1642, to be brought to Bar, 18 July.
-, William, 1642, desired to preach, 27 July.-Thanked, and to print his Sermon, 31 Aug.

Carteret,
-, Captain Philip, 1641, his Letter concerning French Troops landed at Granville, read, 11 May.
-, 1642, Petition referred to the Committee for Customers, 25 Mar.-Examined touching Preparations in France, 26. Vide France

Cartwright,
-, Mr. 1642, to have Licence to send Arms, &c. to his House, 12 Aug.

Carver,
-, Rob. 1642, committed to the Gatehouse;Business concerning him referred to the Committee for Informations, 14 Dec.
-, Mr. 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 27 Jan.

Cary,
-, Eliz. 1642, Petition. Vide Moore, Captain Rob.
-, Lady, 1642, Servants to have Licence to go to her at Oxford, 21 Jan.
-, Serjeant Major, 1642, Complaint against him and Captain Duett, referred to the Committee for Safety of the Kingdom; Committee to injoin Cary not to depart; Complainants to have Privilege, 15 Oct.

Case,
-, Mr. 1642, desired to preach, 28 Sept.-Thanked, and to print his Sermon, 26 Oct.

Cason,
-, Mr. Member of the House of Commons in Ireland, 1642, to have Liberty to go thither, 6 June.

Cassell,
-, Archbishop of, 1642, Order for allowing him 200l out of the Contribution-money, 15 July. Agreed to by Lords, 20.

Castile,
-, Mr. 1642, Payment of Money to him, referred to the Committee for Irish Affairs, 1 Nov.

Castleton,
-, Lord, 1641, Bill to enable his Trustees to sell Lands, pursuant to his Will, read, 16 Feb. Committed, 19.

Caswall,
-, Josiah, and Rich. Vaughan, 1642, Petition read; Conference to be desired with Lords thereupon; Managers appointed, 24 Nov.

Catechism,
-, Popish, 1641, Lord Primate of Ireland to be desired to send it to House, 10 Feb. Presented, and referred to a Committee, 11.

Caterick,
-, Law. 1642, his Composition accepted, 9 Apr.

Cathedrals,
-, 1641, Order for preaching every Sunday Afternoon, 14 June.

Catlyn,
-, Mr. 1642, to be summoned to attend, 12 Sept.-To be brought up in safe Custody, 12 Nov.-7 Jan.

Cattly,
-, Mr. 1642, offers his Security for Money, 12 Aug.

Cave,
-, Cecil, 1641, Order for apprehending him, 12 Jan.
-, Sir Rich. 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent; voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament, 30 Aug.
-, Eliz. 1642, to have Warrant to transport herself to Holland, 19 Aug.

Causes,
-, Ecclesiastical, 1641, Bill for repealing a Branch of Statute 10 Eliz. for them, read, 25 Mar.-Committed, 3 Apr. -Reported, and to be ingrossed, 29 May.-Passed, 8 June. Sent to Lords, 9. Recommended for Expedition, 19. Conference desired by Lords concerning it; Messenger dismissed without Answer, 25. Conference agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, 26. Bill returned, with Amendments; Amendments read twice, and committed, 28. Reported, 29. Proceedings thereon, 29 & 30. Free Conference desired with Lords thereupon; agreed to, and held, 30.-Bill brought back with Amendments and Provisoes; both agreed to; Provisoes to be ingrossed, 2 July.

Cawfield,
-, Wm. and George, 1642, Order for relieving them out of the Contribution-money, 5 July. Sent to Lords, 7.

Cawley,
-, Mr. 1640, not to sit till his Election is decided, 6 Jan.

Cecill,
-, Captain, 1642, his Lieutenant examined whether his Soldiers had Powder and Bullet, 8 Nov.

Ceeling,
-, Thomas, 1642, Order for Indemnity of him; agreed to by Lords, 16 Sept.-A Committee to prepare Ordinance for his Indemnity, and conferring Horses upon him, 1 Feb. Ordinance reported, 27.

Celey,
-, Mr. 1642, to remain in Custody, 31 Dec.

Chace,
-, Mr. 1641. Vide Privileges
-, 1642, Order for seizing his Horses, 11 Nov.

Chacie,
-, Tho. and John, 1642, to be sent for in safe Custody, 1 Nov.

Chadwell,
-, Mr. 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 12 Nov. -To be removed to Colchester;a Committee to prepare Letter to Mayor for keeping him close Prisoner, 13 Mar.

Chadwick,
-, Tho. 1642, Order for discharging his Horses, 28 Oct.

Chaffin,
-, Dr. 1640. Vide Privileges
-, 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 20 Oct.

Chalfont,
-, St. Peter's, 1640, Petition of Inhabitants referred to the Bishop of Bath and Wells's Committee, 12 Dec.

Challener,
-, Mr. 1641, Petition referred to the Committee for Portsmouth, 26 Feb.

Chamberlayne,
-, Mr. 1641, to be summoned to appear, 6 Nov. Examined touching Words spoken by Mr. Carter, Schoolmaster at Highgate, 8.
-, Charles, 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 20 Feb. Order for his Discharge, 21.

Chambers,
-, Richard, 1640, Petition; re-delivered to be amended, 20 Nov. To be read, 27.-Read and referred to a Committee, 2 Dec.
-, 1641, Read again, and referred to the Committee for Customers; Process against him in the Exchequer to be suspended, 16 Apr.-Other Petitions referred, 1 July.- To have his Goods out of the King's Warehouse without Security, 13 Aug.
-, 1642, Committee revived; to sit when they think fit, 4 Apr.-Order for their Meeting, 21 Jan.
-, Rob. 1642, Resolution touching his Pay as Auditor to the Commission for Irish Affairs, 24 Sept.
-, Daniel, 1642, his Letter to Mr. Courtney, concerning Allowance to certain Persons in the North; Business referred to a Committee; 27 Oct. Committee for the Navy added thereto, 30 Dec.
-, Dr. 1642, to have Warrant to ride Post to the King, 14 Sept.

Champernoone,
-, Hen. 1642, committed to the King's Bench, 27 Dec.-To be removed to Ipswich, and kept close Prisoner in the mean time; a Committee to prepare Letter to Mayor for safeguarding him, 13 Mar.

Champion,
-, George, and John, 1642. Vide Privileges

Chanceller,
-, Isabel, 1642, to have Warrant to transport herself beyond Sea, 5 Oct.

Chandois,
-, Lord, 1642, Letter concerning his Proceedings about the Commission of Array; to be printed, 20 Aug.

Chaplaine,
-, Tho. 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 15 Sept. Order for his Discharge, 20.

Chapman,
-, Mr. 1642, Report from the Committee for the Postmasters concerning him; his Imprisonment voted illegal- Reparation to be made him, 16 Aug.

Charterhouse,
-, 1641, Reader recommended, 10 Mar.

Chatham,
-, 1641, Petition of Shipwrights read; Order about their Pay, 28 Aug.
-, 1642, Petition of the Ordinary employed in the Navy, referred to the Committee for the Navy, 7 May.-Ordinance touching the Security of the Navy and Stores; agreed to by Lords, 8 Nov. Order for sending down Forces, 15.-Petition of Inhabitants; Lecturer recommended, 20 Dec.

Chaundeler,
-, Mr. 1641, to be summoned to appear concerning a Distress for Non-payment of Poll-money, 13 Nov.

Chaworth,
-, Dr. 1640, to sit till his Election is avoided, 6 Jan.

Chedle,
-, Tho. 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent; a Committee to prepare Impeachment against him, 27 Sept.

Cheeke,
-, Sir Tho. 1642. Vide Privileges

Chepstead,
-, 1642, Order for sequestering the Living read, and agreed to, 31 Jan.

Chertsey,
-, 1642, Petition of Inhabitants; Lecturer recommended, 31 May.

Cheslyn,
-, Mr. 1642. Vide Privileges
-, Mr. Minister of St. Matthew's Friday-street, 1642, Petition concerning him referred to the Committee for scandalous Ministers, 4 Apr.-His Petition read, 17 Nov. Order for removing him to some House, upon Security for his Imprisonment, 26.

Chester
-, County, 1640, Petition of divers Inhabitants read, and referred to the Committee for the Ministers Remonstrance, 19 Feb.
-, 1641, Order for their Meeting, 29 Apr.-5 May.- Attestation of the Gentry read, and referred to Mr. Brewen's Committee, 22.-Lord Strange nominated Lord Lieutenant, 10 Feb.-Desires to be excused, 18 & 24 Mar.-Lord Say and Seale approved, 24.
-, 1642, Lords Concurrence signified, 25.-Deputy Lieutenants to be recommended, 27 June.-Petition of Gentlemen read; Speaker's Answer to Persons who brought it, 24 May.-The Committee for the Militia to appoint Days for mustering the Trained Bands, 7 June. Members to see the Ordinance for the Militia put in Execution; One of them to prepare Instructions, 9. Instructions agreed to, 11. Lords Concurrence signified, 14.-Sheriff's Precepts to High Constables, and Copy of their Warrants, 1 July.- Propositions for raising Horse, &c. to be sent down, 8.- The Committee for the Defence of the Kingdom to consider of speedy Defence for the County, 29 Aug.-Ordinance touching the Relief and Recovery thereof, 26 Nov. Agreed to by Lords, 29.- Proposition for a Ship to guard the Coast, referred to the Committee for the Navy, 2 Dec. Order for delivering Arms, 3.-for delivering Powder, 9. Committee to take care the Money raised be not employed against the Parliament, 9.-Articles of Neutrality read; Declaration in Dislike of them agreed to, 6 Jan. Letter from Gentlemen concerning their subscribing them, 9. Answer thereto read, agreed to, and to be signed by Speaker, 12.-Ordinance for raising and assessing Moneys on Malignants read, and agreed to, 15 Feb. To be made an Order of the House only, and signed by Clerk, 21.
-, City, 1641, Mayor to stay Irish Officers bound for Ireland, except as excepted, 20 Jan.-To send up Examinations concerning them, and Warrants for their Passage, 1 Feb. -Order touching suspected Persons stayed there, 19.- Officers to permit Powder stayed there to pass to Carnarvon, 7 Mar.-Order for staying and searching Two Ships from France for Dublin, 8.
-, 1642, Letter to be sent to the Commissary for the Musters concerning the Stay of Horse and Dragoons designed for Ireland, 8 Apr. Order touching Expedition in conveying them over, 11. A Committee to prepare Letter for that Purpose;Letter reported, agreed to, to be fair written, and signed by Speaker, 13.-Information concerning the Stay of Soldiers there, referred to Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, 17 May. -Officers of Ordnance examined concerning a Neglect in conveying Arms thither; Commissioners for Irish Affairs to inquire into it, 18. Lord Lieutenant's Answer; Letter to be sent concerning it, 20. Member to go down, and expedite the sending them away; a Committee to prepare Instructions for him; Instructions reported, 27.-Letter concerning Waggons, &c. sent for by the King to Nottingham, and concerning Persons indicted for Rebels in Ireland, and now with him; Conference desired with Lords thereupon; agreed to; Managers appointed, 5 Sept.-Petition of Inhabitants; Lecturer recommended, 31 May.

Chewton,
-, 1642, Letter concerning Passages there read, and to be printed; sent to Lords, 9 Aug.

Cheynell,
-, Francis, 1641, Petition referred to the Committee for the Universities, 11 Feb.

Cheyney,
-, Henry, 1642, Order for discharging his Horses, 25 Oct.

Chichester,
-, 1642, Letters from Committees for Sussex, and Copies of Two Commissions to Colonel Goringe, concerning the Delivery of the Magazine to him, read; Order for continuing it in Captain Chittey's Hands; Letter to be written to him; Committees to be summoned to attend, and give further Information, 9 Aug. Chittey to resist those that shall take the Magazine, 10.-Examination of the Mayor's Business referred to the Committee for Informations, 16 Sept. Mayor reprimanded, and discharged, 21.-Ordinance about fortifying the Town, 2 Nov. Agreed to by Lords, 8.-Petition of Mayor, &c. concerning the State of the City;Order touching drawing in Forces for Defence thereof-Order for Indemnity of Mayor for not publishing the Proclamation of Pardon to the Inhabitants of Sussex, 15.-Letters concerning the Sheriff's having possessed himself of the City, and seized Ordnance, &c. read, 22 & 23. Resolutions thereupon, 23.-Letter from Lords concerning taking it in; Committee for Safety of the Kingdom to write a Letter of Acknowlegement to the Commanders, 29 Dec.-Prisoners from thence carried to several Prisons, 2 Jan.-Petitions of Mayor, &c. referred to a Committee; Committee impowered to receive all Petitions of like Nature, and consider of Means for their Redress, 24.

Chichefter,
-, Arthur, and Arthur Hill, 1642, Petition read, and referred to a Committee, 14 June. Committees added, 18.- Report; Resolutions thereupon, 9 July. Papers referred, 11 & 21. Order for Sitting of the Committee, 11. For delivering Certificates to them, 15. Agreed to by Lords, 21.

Chichley,
-, Mr. 1642, to be summoned to attend the Service of the House, 18 Aug.-Voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament-new Writ ordered, 16 Sept.-To be sent for in safe Custody, 26 Jan. Message to Lords concerning him; Answer thereto, 27.-Order for delivering his Horses, 30.

Chigwell,
-, 1640, Petition of Inhabitants read, avowed, and referred to the Committee for preaching Ministers; Dr. Utye to be sent for as a Delinquent, 8 Jan. Vide Utye-Petition referred to another Committee, 1 Feb.

Child,
-, Wm. 1640, Petition referred to the Committee for Grievances, with special Recommendation, 11 Jan.

Childe,
-, Morgan, 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 7 Jan.

Chillingworth,
-, William, 1641, to be required to attend, and, upon Refusal, to be apprehended as a Delinquent, 30 Nov. -Called in; Order for his further Attendance, 1 Dec. Examined, and committed to the Tower, 4. His Petition to be read, 18. Read; Order for his Discharge, 20.

Chippenham,
-, 1640, Election; Hearing before the Committee deferred, 15 Jan.-Further Time granted for producing Witnesses, 6 Feb. Order for hearing, 8. Bond to be sent for as a Delinquent, 9. Vide Privileges

Chisselborough
-, and West Chinock, 1640, Petition of Inhabitants read, and avowed; Gawler to be sent for as a Delinquent, 25 Jan. Vide Gawler

Chittey,
-, Captain, 1642, to be continued Captain of the Trained Bands in Chichester, 15 Nov.

Cholmley,
-, Sir Hugh, 1641, Part of a Letter to him concerning the Fears of the East Riding of Yorkshire, read, 11 Jan.
-, 1642, Order for his Indemnity for taking in the Castle of Scarborough, 2 Nov.-for his yielding better Obedience to Lord Fairfax, 17 Dec.-A Committee to prepare a Letter approving his Service, 21 Jan.-His Letter to Lord Fairfax referred to Lord General, 8 Mar.
-, Sir Henry, 1642, Order for Re-delivery of Two Horses, and repairing Four lost, 25 Nov.-for Repayment of Moneys to him, 21 Jan.
-, Sir Rob. 1642, Resolution for impeaching him, Lord Viscount Kelly, Sir Rob. Fitton, Sir Tho. Afton, and Hugh Calveley, of High Treason; a Committee to prepare the Impeachment, 27 Sept.

Chowte,
-, Mr. 1642, Order for his Discharge, 23 Sept.

Christchurch,
-, 1642, new Writ, 21 Sept.
-, Oxon, 1642, the Committee for the King's Revenue to consider of providing for it, 29 Oct.

Christophers,
-, St. 1642, Petition of Inhabitants; Order for staying Mr. Robinson, 14 Jan.

Chudleigh,
-, Captain, 1641, to attend, 5, 6 & 12 Aug. Examined, 12 & 13. Discharged from further Attendance, 13.
-, 1642, Order for Payment of his Arrears, 6 Dec.- To be thanked for his Services, 3 Jan.

Church
-, Government, 1640, the Committee for Religion to consider of it, 12 Jan. Petition of divers Ministers concerning it read, and avowed; Remonstrance delivered with it to be read, 23.-Ministers that exhibited them to attend; Part of the Remonstrance read, 1 Feb. Further Consideration adjourned, 4, 5,& 6. Referred to another Committee; Committee impowered to receive all Petitions of like Nature, 9. Committee added in the room of One deceased, 15. Other Committees added, 27.
-, 1641, Names of Ministers for settling the Affairs of the Church to be presented, 12 Feb.
-, 1642, Like Orders, 12 & 19 Apr. Names presented, 20, 21. 23 & 25. All approved, except as excepted; a Committee to consider of a Method to consult with them; no more to be added, 25. Another Committee joined, with Power to consider of Moneys collected for buying Impropriations, and of the Value of small Vicarages, 30.-The Committee to meet de die in diem, 4 May-Order for their Meeting; Names of Divines approved of to be presented to them, 14.-A Committee to prepare Declaration concerning the Reformation of the Government and Liturgy of the Church, 4 Apr. Declaration reported; agreed to, and to be printed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 7. Signified, 8.-Government of the Church by Archbishops, &c. voted an Impediment to the perfect Reformation of Religion, and prejudicial to the State; a Committee to prepare Declaration to that Purpose, 1 Sept. Declaration reported, agreed to, and to be printed-Order from Lords concerning it disagreed to; Conference desired by Lords concerning performing divine Service; Messengers dismissed without Answer, 9.-Breach of the Order of House to be considered, 25 Oct.-9 Nov.
-, 1641, Bill for suppressing Innovations read; to be read a Second Time as soon as House sits, 16 Feb. Committed, 17. Committees added, 2 Mar. Bill reported, and re-committed; the Committee to withdraw; Bill to be reported from Re-commitment, 12. Reported; Time for levelling Chancels to be extended; Bill to be ingrossed, 21. Passed, and to be sent to Lords, with special Recommendation, 23.
-, 1642, Message to Lords, desiring them to expedite it, 1.12. & 14, Apr.-1. 4. & 25, June.-Bill returned, with Amendments; Exceptions taken at the Messengers delivering it without reading the Title, 15 July. Amendments read twice, and committed, 18. Reported, and in Part disagreed to, 26. Free Conference desired thereupon, agreed to; Managers appointed, 30.-Bill returned from Lords, with Amendments; Amendments agreed to-Bill to prevent Inconveniencies by the Time's being elapsed, ordered, 2 Nov.
-, 1642, Bill for convening an Assembly of Divines, to be consulted with by the Parliament, for settling the Government and Liturgy of the Church, read twice, and committed, 9 May. Reported, and re-committed; Order for Meeting of the Committee, 13. Bill reported from Re-commitment, and to be ingrossed, 17. Proviso added; Bill passed, 19. Message to Lords, desiring them to expedite it; their Answer, 23. Conference desired by Lords thereupon, agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, and to be reported, 26. Reported, 27. Report to be resumed, 28 & 30. Lords Amendments read twice; free Conference to be desired thereupon; Managers appointed, 31.-Free Conference desired; agreed to;Managers appointed;free Conference held, and reported; Dr. Hammon approved, 1 June. Amendments agreed to by Lords, 3. Bill sent up, 4. Message to Lords, desiring to know whether they have received any Answer concerning it, 17 & 25.-Message to King, desiring him to pass it, 13 July. A Committee to peruse the Bill, whether the Time be elapsed for their Meeting; their Report-same Committee to prepare Bill for giving further Time for their Meeting, 14. Bill read twice, and committed; Commencement thereof, 15. Bill reported, and to be ingrossed, 16.-Another Bill ordered, 15 Sept. To be presented, 24 Sept.-4 Oct. Read twice, and committed, 6. Reported-new Bill ordered, 7. Read twice, and committed; Committee impowered to insert Names, 10. Bill reported, and re-committed; Committee to withdraw, 13. Bill passed; a Name to be left out; Lords to be put in mind of the Commencement thereof, 15. Bill returned from Lords, with Amendments;Amendments agreed to, 19.-Another Bill read twice, and to be ingrossed, 27 Dec.-Passed;Names to be left out; others to be inserted; Commencement of the Bill, 6 Jan.

Church,
-, Tho. 1642, Petition referred to the Committee for Adventurers, 24 Aug.
-, Mr. 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 30 Aug.

Chute,
-, George, 1642, Order for his Discharge, 10 Jan.

Cinque
-, Ports, 1641, Petition of Gentlemen and their Members read; Speaker's Answer to Persons who brought it; Petition to be entered; another to Lords read, and approved, 21 Mar.
-, 1642, Order for examining, upon Oath, Persons passing and re-passing, and for staying suspected Persons, 19 Sept.- Judge of the Admiralty therein appointed, 9 Dec.-Member to prevent Inconveniences from the Neglect of Officers, and appoint proper Persons, 19.

Cirencester,
-, 1642, Letter concerning Proceedings there read, and to be printed, 20 Aug.-Another concerning the taking it by Prince Rupert read, 6 Feb.

Clandebois,
-, Earl of, 1641, previous Question concerning a Commission to him for the Command of a Regiment of Foot, Neg. 29 Dec.

Clanrickard,
-, Earl of, 1641, Order for discharging a Ship carrying Arms to him, 14 Mar.

Clare,
-, Earl of. Vide Brigham

Clarke,
-, Simon, 1640, Bill from Lords to naturalize him, 9 Jan.
-, 1641, Read, 30 Mar.-Committed, 12 Apr.- Reported, and to be ingrossed, 14 July.
-, 1642, Passed, with an Amendment, 23 July.
-, Sir Geo. 1641, Petition concerning the Lieutenant of the Tower's refusing to suffer a Guard to be set, 31 Jan.
-, Mr. Vicar of Andover, 1642. Vide Privileges
-, Sir Wm. 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 30 Aug.
-, Mr. 1642, Members to stay his Ship at Woolwich, and bring him up, 22 Aug. Their Report; Goods to be laid up in safe Custody till further Order, 23. Ship to be discharged, 24.

Clause,
-, 1642, Exceptions taken to an additional Clause from Lords upon Paper, 29 Mar.

Clausey,
-, Hugh, 1642, Order for his Discharge, 11 Aug.

Claxton,
-, Hamon, 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 24 Oct.
-, Committed to the Clinke, 11 Nov. His Petition read, 17.-Order for his Discharge, 19 Dec.

Clayton,
-, John, 1640, Petition read, and referred to the Committee for Deputy Lieutenants, 16 Dec.

Clement,
-, St. Danes, 1640, Petition of Inhabitants read, avowed, and referred to the Committee for preaching Ministers, 19 Dec.
-, 1642, Order for searching Stables, and lifting Horses; agreed to by Lords, 24 Oct.-Petition of Trained Bands referred to the Committee for Informations, 22 Nov.

Clergy,
-, 1640, Book concerning the Benevolence granted by them ordered, 18 Nov. Benevolence to be debated, 24. Debated, 26.-Further Debate adjourned, 8 & 9 Dec.-Lord Keeper and Chancellor of the Duchy to be moved to leave them out of the Commission of the Peace, 5 Feb.-A Committee to prepare Heads for a Conference with Lords concerning it; Members to deliver Names of Commissioners for the several Counties to the Solicitor's Clerk, 1 Mar. Order for Meeting of the Committee, 8. Heads presented;the Committee impowered to send for Witnesses, 9. Heads debated, 10, 11. & 22.
-, 1640, Bill for disabling Clergymen to exercise Lay Employments, read, 2 Mar. Committed, 8.
-, 1641, Order for Meeting of the Committee, 16 Apr. Bill reported; Question for Ingrossment, Neg.; Bill rejected, 21.-Another Bill read twice, and committed, 21 Oct. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 22. Passed, 23.
-, 1641, Resolution about the Oath and Subscription to be required of them upon their Admission into Orders, and upon their Institution or Induction into a Living, 21 May.

Clerk
-, of the House, 1640, to bring in a Catalogue of Bills of the Three last Sessions, 7 Nov.-A Committee to consider of his Duty in safekeeping the Journals and Records of House, 7. Vide Journals-Not to suffer any Copies of Speeches to be delivered out, 1 Dec.-To attend a Committee with his Book, 8 Jan.
-, 1641, to bring in a perfect Account of Committees, 21 May.-To subscribe certain Orders to be printed, 16 July. -Motion against him for suffering Journals and Papers to be taken off the Table; Declaration thereupon, 10 Dec.- to go out and fee Petitioners set their Hands to an unsubscribed Petition, 24 Feb.
-, 1642, To examine and attest Things before they are printed, 23 May.-To bring in a Lift of Delinquents, and Persons impeached, 27 Dec.
-, of the Market, 1640, Bill concerning his Office to be read, 21 Nov. Read, 26.-Committed, 29 Jan.
-, 1641, Order for Meeting of the Committee, 27 Apr.
-, 15 May.-Bill reported and to be ingrossed, 2 June.
-, Passed, 24.-House put Lords in mind thereof, 6 July.
-, of the Crown, 1642, to give an Account of his Proceedings upon Warrants for new Writs, 30 Aug.

Clerk-comptroller,
-, 1642, his Books to be inventoried, and safekept at Warwick Castle, 26 Jan.

Clerk,
-, Roger, 1642, Order for disarming him, 17 Oct. Committed to the Compter, 24.-His Petition referred to Lord Mayor and Sheriffs, 24 Dec.
-, Wm. 1642, Information touching Words spoken against the Honour of the King; Serjeant to carry him, with Examinations, to Lord Chief Justice, 27 June.
-, John, 1642, Order for his Discharge, and restoring his Bond, 5 Jan.
-, Jo. of Oxford, 1642, a Committee to consider an intercepted Letter going to him, 9 Jan.
-, Sir Tho. 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 7 Nov.

Cleysord,
-, Mr. 1640, Petition referred to the Committee for the Virginia Planters Petition, 18 Dec.

Clifton,
-, Sir Jervase, 1641, excused from making the Protestation, 6 May.
-, 1642, to be summoned to attend the Service of House, 19 Sept.
-, Wm. 1642, his Composition accepted, 9 Apr.

Clinke,
-, 1642, made a Prison, 11 Nov. Lords Concurrence signified, 14.-Keeper to suffer no Prisoners to walk abroad, 13 Dec.-Escape of Three referred to the Committee for Prisons, 11 Jan.-Keeper to provide an Orthodox Minister to preach, 17 Feb.

Clitheroe,
-, Manor of. Vide King

Clobrey,
-, Mr. 1640, Petition referred to the Committee for Mr. Pryn's Petition, 11 Dec.-to the Committee for the Virginia Planters Petition, 18.
-, Oliver, and George Fletcher, 1641, Petition read, and recommended to the English Lords Commissioners to think of Reparation to them, 4 Aug.

Clopton,
-, Sir Ralph, 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 7 Nov.

Cloth,
-, 1641, Patent for transporting it, referred to a Committee, 14 July.

Clothiers,
-, 1642, their Propositions referred to the Committee for Adventurers, 8 Apr.

Cloths,
-, White, 1642, Order for sequestering the 2s 8d upon transporting them, 7 Mar.

Clothworkers
-, Company, 1642, Master and Wardens to attend concerning their Proportion of the Loan promised by the Companies, 2 Aug. Examined; Speaker's Answer, 4.

Clotworthy,
-, Sir Jo. 1641, to be sent for to attend, 20 Apr.- To have the Command of Boats for the Defence of Lough Neagh; Allowance to him and his Officers, 27 Jan.
-, 1642, his Letter read, 14 June.

Coals
-, Vide Supply
-, 1642, Lord Mayor and Aldermen to inquire after the Quantity and Price of them in and about London, 29 Dec. -Order for Stay of Ships trading therein; a Committee to consider of employing them, and prepare Declaration to shew the Necessity thereof, 5 Jan. Ordinance and Declaration sent to Lords; free Conference desired by them thereupon, agreed to; Reporters appointed; free Conference held; Ordinance agreed to by Lords, and to be dispersed, 14.-Lord Mayor to consider of setting a Rate upon Coals, and by what Warrant they have been transported to Lisbon;Order against transporting any from London; Price limited, 28.-Order to be printed, and sent to the several Woodmongers, 2 Feb.- Order for seizing Coal Ships from Newcastle, 14. Agreed to by Lords, 21. Order for discharging One; the Committee for the Navy impowered to discharge the rest, and give them Leave to sell their Coals, 18.

Coat
-, and Conduct-money, 1641, a Committee to consider of what has been levied, 14 May.-Order for employing all Arrears thereof, with Consent of the Counties, &c. in providing Arms and Ammunition, 2 Feb.

Cobb,
-, William, 1642, Petition; Judges of the King's Bench to be moved for a Certiorari and Habeas Corpus, 26 Jan.

Cobbett,
-, Mrs. 1642, to have 4 l out of the Moneys collected from Members absent at Prayers, 4 May.

Cobham,
-, 1642, Lords to be acquainted with the Store of Arms, &c. there, 11 Aug.
-, House and Chatham, 1642, Conference desired by Lords concerning Persons sent to take them, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; House informed of an Opposition to Persons sent down by their Order; Information avowed;Resolution thereupon, 22 Aug.

Cockaine,
-, Lord, 1642, Order for delivering his Horse to Sir Arth. Haslerigg, 11 Feb.

Cockeran,
-, Captain, 1642, appointed Clerk of the Passage of Rye, 10 Aug.

Cockermouth,
-, 1640, Petition of Inhabitants referred to the Committee of Privileges, 2 Jan.-Report;Borough restored- new Writ, 15 Feb.
-, 1641, another new Writ, 5 Feb.
-, 1642, Petitioner touching the Election not to be prejudiced by Elapse of Time, 28 May.-Question that the Committee forthwith examine Witnesses thereupon, Neg. 30 June. -Petition of Inhabitants referred to the Committee of Privileges; Witnesses to be examined by them, 1 July. Order for their Meeting, 11.

Cockin,
-, Sir Tho. 1642, Petition referred to a Committee, 18 Jan.

Cockram,
-, Colonel, 1642, to be sent Prisoner to Hull, 17 Nov. -Order for keeping him close Prisoner;Sir Jo. Hotham to examine him, 5 Dec. To send him up in safe Custody, 14. Committed to the Compter; a Committee to examine him, 27.-Keeper to bring him to them;no Person to speak to him,22 Jan.

Codrington,
-, Captain Nich, 1642, Order for Payment of his Arrears, 26 July.

Cofer,
-, Mr. 1642, the Committee for Informations to commit him to what Prison they please, 28 Jan.

Coffyn,
-, James, 1642, to have Warrant to travel to the King's Court, 21 Feb.

Cogan,
-, Mr. 1642, Consideration of his Plate lately stayed, referred to a Committee, 22 Aug.

Coggin,
-, Robert, a Prisoner in Execution, 1640, to be brought to a Committee, 19 Mar.

Coin,
-, Scots, 1641, Conference to be desired with Lords concerning its passing current; Assay-master of the Mint to attend, 28 Oct.

Coke,
-, Mr. 1640, Petition read, and referred to the Committee for Religion, 30 Nov.
-, Sir Edw. 1640, a Committee to inquire into the Seizure of his Books and Papers, 5 Dec.-To attend Sir Edw. Littleton for some of them, 18 Jan.-Request to be made to the King about them, 6 Feb. His Executors to deliver them to Sir Rob. Coke, 13.
-, 1641, his Heir to be desired to print his Commentary upon Magna Charta, the Pleas of the Crown, and Jurisdiction of Courts, 12 May.
-, 1641, a Committee to prepare Bill for licensing his Books, &c. 7 Mar.
-, 1642, Bill read, 2 May.
-, Sir John, 1641, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 29 Oct.
-, Exceptions taken to his Misalleging Precedents; heard thereupon; ordered to withdraw; called in, and admonished, 7 Dec.
-, 1642, voted a Delinquent, 16 Aug. To attend the Service of House, and declare himself, 30.-Voted incapable of fitting during this Parliament, 7 Sept.-Information of Disservices done by him to the Parliament;Informants to be thanked; Order for sending for him in safe Custody, 17 Dec.
-, Tho. 1642, to be summoned to attend, 12 Nov.- To be sent for as a Delinquent, 1 Dec.-4 Feb. Business concerning him referred to the Committee for absent Members; Order for bringing him up suspended till Report, 15.
-, Sir Rob. 1642, Bill from Lords to sell Lands for Payment of Debts, 23 May.-Read; not to be read a Second time but in a full House, 9 June.
-, 1642, to have Warrant to transport Two Cases of Pistols into Gloucestershire, 19 Aug.-His Letter referred to the Committee for Safety of the Kingdom, 26 Nov.-To be sent for as a Delinquent, 1 Dec.-His Servant to have Warrant to pass to him, 24 Jan.-Sir Rob. ordered into Serjeant's Custody; the Committee for Examinations to examine him, and receive Informations concerning him, 2 Feb.
-, Report; Order for committing him to the Tower, disarming his House, and seizing his Horses, 9 Mar.
-, Hen, 1642, to be summoned in safe Custody, 15 Nov.
-, To be sent for as a Delinquent, 1 Dec.

Coker,
-, Cadwallader, 1642, Seizure of Money due to him, approved, 12 Jan.

Colchester,
-, 1641, Petition of Mayor, &c. read; Speaker's Answer to Persons who preferred it, 20 Jan.
-, 1642, Order for staying Arms, &c. shipped there, 9 June-for disposing of 100 l collected upon the Act of Contribution, to the poor Irish in the Town, and for paying the Residue into the Chamber of London, 17.-Former Part discharged, 1 July.-Petition of Mayor, &c. about securing the Town; Gentlemen of the County to be thanked for their good Service, 22 Aug.-Letter concerning Tumults; Members to go down to appease them; a Committee to prepare Instructions for them, and a Declaration; Persons to be sent for as Delinquents, 23. Letter from Committees referred to Lord General, and the Committee for Defence of the Kingdom, 25.-Persons to be sent up as Delinquents, 9 Dec.

Coldfield,
-, Jo. 1642, to be continued in Prison, and discharged from his Cornecy, 1 Nov.

Coldham,
-, Jo. 1642, Order for Mayor and Justices to proceed against him; to be sent in a Letter, 15 Feb.

Cole,
-, Mr. 1641, the Committee for Contributions to consider of Relief to him, and peruse a Letter to Lord Say concerning him, 14 Feb.-Report of the Sum allowed, 7 Mar.
-, Sir Wm. 1642, Petition read, and referred to Mr. Chichester's Committee, 30 July.
-, Sir Nicolas, 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 20 Sept.
-, Peter, 1642, to be summoned in safe Custody, 2 Nov.
-, Andrew, and Servant, 1642, to have Warrant to go to the King, 20 Dec.

Colebrook,
-, 1642, Order for Indemnity of Volunteers read, and agreed to, 20 Aug.

Coleby,
-, Dr. 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 24 Oct.

Coleman,
-, Mr. 1641, Question for recommending him to be Lecturer at St. Giles's in the Fields, Neg. 7 Mar.
-, a Priest, 1641, to be turned over from New Prison to the King's Bench, and proceeded against according to Law, 15 Nov.
-, Ellis, 1642. Vide Privileges
-, Mr. 1642, fined 100 l and committed to the King's Bench, 22 Aug.

Coles,
-, Hen. 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 20 Feb. To be discharged, 21.

Colser,
-, Edw. 1640, Petition; Anguish to be sent for as a Delinquent, 8 Dec. Vide Anguish-Petition referred to the Committee for rigorous levying Ship-money, 22 Jan.

Collectors,
-, 1641. Vide Poll money-A Committee to consider of Allowances to them, and what they have paid for passing their Accounts of the Two last Subsidies, 3 July. Order for their sitting, 6 & 12.-Another Committee to prepare Order for taking their Accounts; List of those who have brought in Moneys due upon the Act of Four Subsidies, to be brought to them, 16.

Collins,
-, Walter, and John Stanford, 1641, Petition read, and laid aside, 8 July.
-, Increased, 1642, Petition referred to the Committee for Informations, 17 Dec.

Collison,
-, John, 1642. Vide Privileges

Colloway
-, Tything, 1642, Order about rating it in Assessments, 25 Feb.

Colly,
-, Lieutenant, 1642, committed to London-house, 9 Jan.

Colman-street,
-, 1642, Order for paying Persons who stayed Horses there, 21 June.

Colpepper,
-, Sir Wm. 1640, not to sit till his Election determined, 16 Nov.
-, Mr. 1642, Information of Words spoken by him concerning the Middlesex Trained Bands, to be given, 27 May. Given, and referred to the Committee for Informations, 28.
-, Order for their sitting, and making Report, 4 July.
-, Sir Tho. 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 18 Aug.
-, His Petition read, 5 Oct.
-, Sir Jo. 1642, his Letter to Speaker concerning his comeing with a Letter from the King; Debate thereon;previous Question for disabling him to sit, Neg; called in, 27 Aug.
-, Lady, 1642, to have Warrant to go to Oxford, 12 Dec.

Colston,
-, Tho. 1642. Vide Privileges

Coltman,
-, Wm. 1640, Report touching his Complaint against Sir H. Spiller, referred to the Committee for the Charge against him, 25 Nov. Vide Spiller

Combe,
-, Jo. 1642, Order for bailing him, 4 Jan.

Combes,
-, Mr. 1640, Petition referred to the Committee for Warwickshire Petition, 1 Feb.
-, George, 1642, Petition referred to the Committee for Safety of the Kingdom, 26 Jan.

Committees,
-, 1640, grand, appointed-Declaration that the Power of making Sub-committees is incident to them, 6 Nov.- Motion that every one naming a Committee shall stand up uncovered, 9.-Member spared from a Committee at his own Request-Motion that Committees might be sent for to attend a Conference, 12.-To continue, though they do not sit at the appointed Times, 28.-Attendance of a Chairman dispensed with, and the Committee to appoint another for the Time, 5 Dec.-All to sit during a Recess-One appointed to examine Witnesses during a Recess, 22.-Grand Committees to appoint no more Sub-committees, and those already appointed to cease till further Order-Chairmen to set up Notes where they are to sit, 12 Jan.-Private Committees laid aside for a Time, 28.-12 Feb.-Chairmen impowered to send for Parties and Witnesses, 16.-Order for clearing Committee Rooms, 18.-Complaint of Non-attendance of Members of grand Committees, 22.-Chairmen impowered to receive all Petitions proper for their Committees, 3 Mar.-Committees laid aside for a Time to meet, 5.-To proceed to Business of the most Importance, 20.
-, 1641, Chairman, having Leave to go into the Country, to leave his Notes with another Member, 15 Apr.-All to be dissolved for a Day, 11 May.-Chairmen to expedite their Reports, 15.-Perfect Account of Committees to be presented, 21.-All that come to have Voices at public Bills, 25. -No Motion to be made for renewing a Committee till after Nine o'Clock, 5 June.-Declaration that no Committee ought to determine the Right and Property of the Subject, 28. -Resolution that no Vote of a Committee, not confirmed by House, shall be any Rule for Courts of Justice, 6 Aug.- Chairmen, at leisure Time, to report Causes voted, 11.- None to be revived without new Order, 27 Oct.-A Committee to sit at Guildhall, 5 Jan.-To sit at Grocers Hall, 17. -All to sit, notwithstanding the Sitting of a Committee of the whole House, 28.-A Committee to meet at Merchant Taylors Hall, 2 Feb. Sub-committees, made by them, made Committees, 4.-A Chairman appointed by House, 7.-A grand Committee impowered to send for Members from any other Committee, except as excepted, 9 Mar.-None to sit in a Morning, 22.
-, 1642, Chairmen of public Committees impowered to send to private Committees to attend them, when they want a Number, and return the Names of such as refuse to come, 11 May, -Committees appointed in the room of others dispensed with, 7 June.-Three to have Power of a Committee, 18 July.-Serjeant to require the Attendance of a Committee on the House, 14 Nov.-None to sit after Eight o'Clock, 2 Mar.
-, 1640, a Committee appointed for lessening Committees; Clerk to attend them with his Book, 8 Jan.-Report touching Committees to stand, 12.
-, 1641, Instruction, 18 May. Order for making further Report, 18, 19, & 20. Businesses of other Committees to be communicated to them, 20 & 21. Order for their meeting; all that come to have Voices, 28 May.-1 June.-Further Report of Committees to stand, 1 June. Chairmen of other Committees to acquaint them what Reports they have ready, 1. 5. & 11.-Another Committee to consider what Businesses are fit to be expedited before 10th August, 12 July. Chairmen to attend them with Reports, 13 & 15. Committees added, 14. Report of Committees to stand, 15.
-, 1641, a Committee to sit in Guildhall during an Adjournment, impowered to appoint certain Moneys to be paid; all that come to have Voices; Message to Lords, acquainting them therewith, 5 Jan. Order for their fitting in Grocers Hall; all that come to have Voices; their Power inlarged; to consider how House may adjourn from Westminster, and search Precedents for that Purpose, 17. Committee impowered to receive any Message from the King, and consider what is fit to be done thereupon-to prepare an Answer-to receive any thing concerning the Five Members, 20.-Order for meeting at Merchant Taylors Hall; further Power given them, 2 Feb.
-, 1641, a Committee to fit in the Exchequer Chamber during a Recess; Instructions, 9 Sept.-Report concerning the Declaration touching Innovations-the Correspondency with the Committee in Scotland-the Arms and Ammunition at Berwick and Carlisle-the. Tumults-the King's Revenue-Irish Petitions-Delinquents-Sir Jo.Berkley and Major Oneale-Letters from the Committee in Scotland-their Return from thence, 20 Oct. Further Report touching the Troopers Complaints; Member to draw out the particular Heads, and receive Petitions relating thereto, 21. Vide Coniers

Communion,
-, 1640, to be received by House; Preachers appointed; Members undertake to give them Notice; a Committee to superintend it, and consider of Means to prevent Papists sitting in the House; to choose a Sub-committee for disposing of the Money offered thereat, 9 Nov. Order for their sitting, 16 & 19. Committees added, 19. The Committee to prepare Order concerning receiving it, 20. Members coming thereto, to deliver to them their Names and the Places they serve for, 21. Day appointed for receiving it, 26. Members chosen to receive it, tho' their Writs be not returned; Committees excused at their own Request, others appointed in their room, 28.-Report touching the Disposal of the Money collected, 23 Dec.

Communion
-, Tables, 1641, Declaration concerning them, 8 Aug. Consideration of removing them to be moved, and debated, 30. Resolution for removing them in all Parish Churches and Chapels; a Committee to consider the removing them in the Universities and Inns of Court, and the Book of Sports, and all other Innovations, 31. Order for that Purpose reported; Lords Concurrence to be desired at a Conference; fame Committee to prepare an additional Order, to prevent Abuse of the Common Prayer Book, and Tumults thereupon, 1 Sept. Addition reported, and re-committed, 6. First Order read, and, without any Addition, to be printed, and dispersed by Members; Conference desired with Lords thereupon; agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, 8.

Compton,
-, Sir H. 1641, to be sent for as a Delinquent, upon a Report from the Committee for the Soap Business, 17 Aug. To be bailed, 26.
-, Lord, 1642, voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament, 16 Feb.

Conference,
-, 1640, Members gone before to be sent for by Mace -going out of the House before Speaker to forfeit 10s- Reporters to go first, 12 Nov.
-, 1641, Members gone before to pay 2s to the Poor; a Committee to take their Names, 20 July.-Conference desired by Lords, without expressing the Subject; disagreed to, 2 Aug.
-, 1642, Exceptions taken to a Message for a Conference, being too general, 20 May.

Conferences
-, Vide Fast, Lords,House of, Scots, Ireland, Goodman, Priests, James, Recusants, Parliament, Army, Berwick, London, York, Court of, Plot, Ports, Queen Mother, Tumults, Piercy, Rossetti, General Lord, Star-chamber, High Commission Court, Leicester, Earl of, Kingdom, French Ambassador, Spanish Ambassador, Bishops, Tower, Hull, Newcastle, Saltpetre, Thanksgiving, York, Ordnance, Princes, foreign, Lincoln, Bishop of, Prince, Parliament House, Venetian Ambassador, Soldiers, Philips,Robert, Richmond, Duke of, Forts, Wight,Isle of, Pluralities, Argyle,Marquis of, Elsinour, Kent, Denmark, Gunpowder, Michaelmas Term, Church, Lincoln County, Essex, Leicester County, Mackguire, Admiralty, Warwick, Earl of, Rowe, Tonage, Essex, Earl of, Hamborough, Pymm, Cobham House, Chatham, Orders, Hertford, Marquis of, Great Seal, Mohun, Lord, Capell, Lord, Pirates, Herbert, Lord, Stamford,Lord, Molyneaux, Sir Vivian, Association, Westminster, Portland, Earl of, Post-office, Lancaster County, Militia, Coals, London, Davies, Fairfax, Lord, and Windsor

Coniers,
-, Sir John, 1641, his Letter to Speaker read, 23 June. -Order for reporting to Lords at a Conference that House will think of a Recompence to him, to be prepared, 11 Aug. -Another Letter read, 6 Sept.-Report from a Committee touching the Troopers Complaints against him; Member to prepare Heads thereof, and receive Petitions of like Nature, 21 Oct.-Another Petition referred; further Report touching the Troopers; Resolution thereupon, 23.-His Examinations before Lords Committees read, 17 Nov.- Stationers Company to inquire who published a Pamphlet, intituled, Articles against him, 23 Oct.-His Petition read; Answer to be returned by Member who brought it, 18 Dec.
-, 1642, Order for Payment of his Arrears, 23 July. Sent to Lords, 26.-His Petition read; Petition and Account of Disbursements referred to the Committee for Prisoners, 24 Sept.-His raising Volunteers to recruit a Company in Holland approved, 27 Jan.

Coningsby,
-, Fitzwilliam, 1641, Bill for settling an Estate upon an Hospital, and for new settling his Estate, read, 26 May. Committed; Instruction, 28.-Reported, and to be ingrossed, 26 July.-Passed, 4 Aug.-Sent to Lords, 24 Dec.

Conisby,
-, Tho. 1640, Petition against him, for rigorous levying Ship-money, referred to the Committee thereon, 5 Dec. -Examination of the Business concerning him, and others, referred to the Committee for Examinations, 28 Jan.- Other Petitions of the Inhabitants of St. Albans against him referred to Sir Lewis Dive's Committee; Order for bailing him, 18 Feb.
-, 1642, his Precept for raising the Militia referred to the Committee for Examinations; Order for his Attendance on them; Report touching his Behaviour; Order for his Commitment to the Tower, 13 Mar. Lieutenant's Demands concerning his Treatment read, and referred to the Committee for the Tower, 14.
-, Fitzwilliam, 1641, expelled, 30 Oct.
-, 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 21 Sept.
-, Captain, 1642, Order for Payment of his Arrears, 30 July.-To forbear his Residence in the Tower, 4 Nov.

Connaught
-, Vide Ireland
-, Lord President of, 1641, Report that the King had commanded Lord Lieutenant of Ireland to recommend him as a Colonel; Lord Lieutenant to be acquainted that he is provided for, 27 Jan.

Connelles,
-, Owen. Vide Oconnellys

Conradus,
-, Wm. 1640, to be sent for as a Delinquent, upon a Report touching the Complaint of the Vintners against him; Witnesses to be summoned, 27 Nov.-Order for bailing him, 3 Dec.-19 Jan.

Constable
-, and Earl Marshal's Court, 1640, a Committee to receive Petitions concerning them, 23 Nov.-Order for their meeting; Committees added, 8 Dec.-Report; the Court voted a Grievance; the Committee to prepare a Charge to be transmitted to Lords, 19.

Constable,
-, Sir Wm. 1641, Petition referred to a Committee, 7 Dec. Vide Dearlove
-, Captain, 1642, Complaints against him referred to the Committee for the Navy, 7 Oct.

Convent,
-, Garden, 1640, Bill for making it parochial read, 8 Feb.
-, 1641, committed, 25 May.-Order for meeting of the Committee, 12 June. Committees added, 28.-Committee revived, 28 Feb.
-, 1642, Order for meeting of the Committee; Committees added, 25 Mar.-All that come to have Voices, 3 Aug.
-, 1640, Bill concerning erecting a Parish Church there read, 4 Mar.

Convocation,
-, 1640, a Committee to consider whether a Member thereof may be sent for by Serjeant, 10 Nov. Members sent for, 21 & 24.-A Committee to examine the Writs for continuing the Convocation, when the Parliament was dissolved, 9 Dec.
-, 1641, original Books of Entries to be re-delivered, and Copies to be delivered to a Member, 13 Aug.
-, 1641, Bill for punishing Members of the late Convocation read twice, and committed, 27 Apr.-Order for sitting of the Committee, 5 & 15 May.-All that come to have Voices, 25.-Order for their Meeting, 16 June.
-, 1641, like Order, 11 May.

Conway,
-, 1640, Petition of Burgesses and Freemen referred to Sir Lewis Dive's Committee, 11 Jan.
-, Lord, 1642, his Letter to Lord Lieutenant of Ireland read, 18 May.-Other Letters referred to the Commissioners for Irish Affairs, 4 June.-Another Letter read, 14.

Cooke,
-, Sir Walfingham, 1641, to be recommended to the Committee for Contributions, 22 Mar.
-, Mr. 1642, to be admitted into House again, 9 Dec.
-, Mr. a Messenger for apprehending Priests, 1642, committed to the Gatehouse for abusing a Foreign Minister; to make Submission to him, 14 Apr. To be taken into Serjeant's Custody, and turned over to the Gatehouse, 18.- To stand committed unless he make Submission within a Time limited; Serjeant to give him Notice thereof, 17 May.

Cooper,
-, Mr. Rector of Acton, 1641, his Case reported; Suspension voted illegal; Order for taking it off, and making him Reparation, 19 Aug.
-, Tho. Mayor of Chester, 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 12 Aug.

Coote,
-, Sir Charles, 1642, Lords to be moved to join in beseeching the King to bestow the Lands of a Rebel upon his Children, 16 May.

Coothe,
-, John, 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 5 Aug.- His Petitions, 3 Sept.-4 Jan.

Cope,
-, Mr. 1641, Petition to be read, and considered by a Committee, 1 Sept.-The Committee to peruse Depositions, and take Examinations offered by him, 20 Oct.

Copley,
-, 1642, a Minister recommended in the Vicar's room during his Imprisonment, 24 Sept.

Copley,
-, Wm. 1640, Bill for settling Lands and Tenements on his Heirs Male read, 12 Feb. Committed, 26.
-, Mr. 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 29 Mar.- Heard concerning the Kentish Petition, 4 Apr. To be bailed, 7.
-, John, 1642, Petition concerning strange Exploits he would undertake in Ireland read, and referred to Lieutenants of the Tower and Ordnance; all Petitions of like Nature referred, 4 June.

Coporis
-, Stones, 1640, Patent concerning them to be brought in, 21 Nov.

Coppinger,
-, Adam, 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 28 Jan.-His Petition, and Order for his Discharge, 8 Feb.

Corbett,
-, Sir John, 1641, his Case reported; Proceedings against him voted illegal; Reparation to be made him; Harris to be sent for as a Delinquent; the Committee to prepare a Transmission of his Cause, 4 June.-Declaration read twice; to be ingrossed, and sent to Lords, 29 July.-His Cause to be transmitted, 25 & 28 Aug.
-, Mr. 1642, Message to Lords, desiring them to send down Two Letters from Holland to him; their Answer, 4 July.
-, Mr. 1642, desired to preach, 30 Nov.-Thanked, and to print his Sermon, 28 Dec.

Cordell,
-, Sir John, 1642, to be summoned to attend; Loan of 3,000 l propounded to him; his Answer, 24 Apr.

Cordrey,
-, Mr. 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent; Order for disarming and securing him, 17 Oct.

Cordwell,
-, Mr. 1641, a Committee to call him before them, 7 Mar. Vide Gunpowder
-, 1642, to have Liberty to deliver Powder to Persons appointed by Lord Mayor, &c. 2 Apr.-To sell Powder to Morley, 1 July.-The Committee for the Navy to treat with him about furnishing Powder, 28 Feb.-Order for permitting him to carry Saltpetre to his Works, 3 Mar. Addition thereto, 6.

Corfcastle,
-, 1640, new Writ, 17 Dec.

Cornelius,
-, Jasp. 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 2 Dec.

Corney,
-, Mr. 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 22 June.

Cornwall,
-, 1641, Lord Roberts nominated Lord Lieutenant, 10 Feb.-Letter from the Sheriff read, 21.-Deputy Lieutenants approved, 17 Mar.
-, 1642, Petition of Gentlemen read; Speaker's Answer to Persons who brought it; another Petition to Lords read, and approved, 22 Apr.-Under-sheriff to be summoned to give an Account why he does not pay in Monies collected upon the Act of Contribution, 27 June.-Order for staying Horses going from thence to York, 11 July.-A Committee to go down, and put the Ordinance for the Militia in Execution; Instructions to be given them, 27. Deputy Lieutenants approved, 28 & 29.-Message from Lords, desiring House to join in sending for Members now putting the Commission of Array, in Execution; Messengers dismissed without Answer, 8 Aug.-Letter from Committees concerning Passages there; Resolutions, and Order thereupon; Letter and Votes to be sent to Lords, 9.-Committees to be injoined to put the Militia in Execution, 22.-Order for Ships to be aiding to the County, and for repaying Moneys expended for Defence thereof, 22 Oct.-Letters expressing the State of the western Parts to be delivered to the Lords at a Conference, 26 Nov.-Order touching raising Dragoons, 6 Dec.

Cornwallis,
-, Sir Fred. 1642, voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament, 23 Sept.

Corryton,
-, Mr. 1640, to withdraw-a Committee to examine a Complaint against him about the Election of Bossiney, and consider of other Misdemeanors, as Vicewarden of the Stannaries, 14 Nov.-To consider of others, as Steward of the Duchy, and Deputy Lieutenant; Order for their sitting; Committees added, 7 Dec. Business concerning the Stannary Court referred, 23.
-, 1641, his Petition read, 24 June.-Not admitted to sit in this Parliament, 18 Aug.

Cory,
-, Francis, 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 10 Dec.

Cosens,
-, Dr. 1640, Petition of Mr. Smart against him read, and referred to the Committee on Mr. Leighton's Petition; Instruction to inquire by whose Means he was preferred, 10 Nov. To be sent for as a Delinquent, 21. His Monita for Peterhouse read, and referred, 24. His Petition read, and referred, 28.-Order for bailing him, 3 Dec.-19 Jan. -to make Satisfaction to Mr. Smart; adjudged guilty of Superstition, and unworthy of any ecclesiastical Preferment; a Committee to prepare Charge against him to be transmitted to Lords, 22.-Order for their Meeting, 10 Feb.-Impeachment reported, and re-committed, 4 Mar. Reported from Re-commitment, and in part read, 6. Residue read; Order for Ingrossment; ingrossed Articles read, and to be sent to Lords, 11. Sent, 16.
-, 1641, Message from Lords, acquainting House that his Answer is come in, 4 June.-Message to them, desiring them to dispatch the Impeachment; Answer thereto, 23 Mar.
-, 1642, Information concerning him referred to the Committee for scandalous Ministers, 7 Apr.

Coss,
-, Ensign, 1642, committed to Lord Peter's House, 2 Jan.

Cotenham,
-, 1642, Petition of Inhabitants; Ministers appointed to preach weekly, 4 May.

Cottages
-, and Inmates, 1640, Bill to prevent the Increase thereof read, 18 Mar.

Cotterell,
-, Mr. 1641, Petition referred to the Committee for the Judges, 31 May.
-, Charles, 1642, Order for taking off the Restraint upon his Cloaths and Money going to York, 5 Aug.

Cottington,
-, Lord, 1640, House acquainted that he was dismissed from the Lieutenancy of the Tower, 16 Nov.
-, 1642, Information of Arms at his House; his Servant examined thereupon; Question that Lords be acquainted therewith; Neg. 10 June.-Order for restoring Moneys seized at his House, 26 Aug.-The Committee for Examinations to examine concerning Plate seized there; Order for keeping the Arms and Ordnance, 11 Feb.

Cotton,
-, John, 1642, to be licensed to go beyond Sea with one Servant, 18 June.
-, Mr. 1642, his Imprisonment voted illegal; Reparation to be made him, 16 Aug.

Coventry,
-, Mr. Vide Creswell
-, 1640, Order for hearing his Cafe at the Committee of Privileges, 10 Nov.
-, 1642, voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament; new Writ, 12 Aug.

Coventry,
-, 1640, Election; Petition, 4 Feb.
-, 1641, new Writ, 12 July.
-, 1642, Sheriff to disperse the Declaration concerning the Commission of Array; Letter to be sent down about publishing Orders of House, 9 July.-Lords to be desired to dispatch the Instructions, 15 Aug.-Conference desired by them concerning the Distress of the City; agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; a Committee to prepare Declaration of the Passages there, 22.-Letter from thence, relating the Passages of a Rencounter between the Parliament and adverse Forces, 25.-Consideration of maintaining the Garrison referred to the Committee for Safety of the Kingdom. 20. Sept.-Petition of Citizens; Order for Repayment of Money disbursed to a Regiment there- for licensing them to carry down Ordnance, 22.-Another Petition referred to the Committee for Informations, 12 Oct.
-, Earl of, 1642, House informed of his Intention to put the Commission of Array in execution in Worcestershire; Lords to be desired to issue Warrant for apprehending him, 9 July.-Order for delivering Arms stopped at his House to Earl of Pembroke, 22 Aug.

Covett,
-, Lady, 1642, to have Liberty to go into Sussex, 24. Oct.

Council
-, Chamber. Vide Star-chamber
-, 1640, Process for Fines to be imposed by them to be stayed, 28 Jan.

Counsellors,
-, evil, 1641, a Committee to prepare Petition to the King to prevent Mischiefs from them, 28 Oct.-Order for their sitting, 1 Nov. Instructions to Counsellors in Scotland concerning them read, 5.
-, 1642, Day appointed for nominating them; 7 & 9 May. Lords to be acquainted therewith, 9.

Courten,
-, Mr. 1642, to have Notice not to dispose of his Saltpetre, 13 June. A Committee to bargain with him for it, 20. Message from Lords concerning a Ship of his balasted with Saltpetre, 21.-Has Licence to dispose of it, 11 Aug.

Courtney,
-, alias S myth, Adam, 1641, his Examination, and Papers taken with him, referred to Mr. Beale's Committee; Justices of the King's Bench to be moved for Habeas Corpus to remove him from Aylesbury; Serjeant's Man to attend them for two Habeas Corpora, 27 Nov.
-, Wm. 1642, a Committee to examine the Business concerning him, 27 Oct. Report; Member to prepare Declaration touching the Commission granted him, 28.

Courts
-, of Justice, 1640, grand Committee appointed, 6 Nov. Petitions referred, 13 & 20.-The Committee to stand, 12 Jan. Report touching the Parish Clerk of St. Bartholomew's, 25. Vide Bartholomew's, St.
-, 1641, touching Mr. Flower, 26 May. Vide Flower -Resolutions about buying judicial Places-about buying Offices of Trust-about buying Serjeantships at Law to be inserted among the Causes and Remedies of the Evils of this Kingdom, 17 Feb. Vide Grievances
-, 1641, Bill for avoiding unjust Fees in the Offices thereof read, 6 July.
-, 1642, Officers to be assessed to the Bill of 400,000 l; List of their Names to be sent to the Commissioners, 17 May. -Order against removing the Records to Oxford, 13 Jan.
-, ecclesiastical, 1640, Bill for Reformation of Abuses therein read, 1 Dec.
-, 1641, Committed, 27 Apr.-Order for sitting of the Committee, 5 & 26 May.
-, 1642, a Committee to prepare Declaration for their proceeding upon Statutes in Force concerning Tythes, 17 Oct.

Cowles,
-, Francis, 1642. Vide Privileges

Cowley,
-, James, 1642, a Letter to Speaker, and Examination of Witnesses against him for dangerous Words, read; Order for proceeding according to Law, 7 May.

Cowper,
-, Sir Antony Ashley, 1640 & 1641. Vide Privileges
-, Francis, 1642, to be summoned as a Witness, 14 Apr.
-, Peter, 1642, to have Warrant to go beyond Sea, 21 Apr.
-, Sir Wm. 1642, to be secured and disarmed, 22 Oct.
-, Mrs. 1642, her Agent to have Warrant to go to Oxford, 27 Feb.

Cox,
-, William, 1641, Bill for fettling Lands, late in Possession of Sir Geo. Rodney, on him and his Wife, read, 2 June. -16 July.

Cradocke,
-, Mr. 1641, Petition referred to the Committee for scandalous Ministers, 29 June.

Craford,
-, Earl of, 1640, his Troop to be cashiered, and paid, 30 Nov.
-, 1641, Motion for paying them a Month's Pay, 15 July. -Answer to their Petition, 11 Jan.

Crake,
-, Michael, 1641, Petition read; nothing done thereupon, 12 Aug.
-, 1642, another Petition; Order thereupon, 14 Sept.

Crakenthorpe,
-, Rich. and John Musgrave, 1642, Petition and Order for their Discharge. Proceedings upon a Premunire to be stayed, 13 Dec.

Cramborne,
-, Lord Viscount, 1641, Petition referred to the Committee for Protections, 25 Aug.

Crane,
-, Sir Rob. 1642, to have Warrant to carry Arms to his House, 23 Sept.-His Servant to have Warrant to go to and return from Oxford, 11 Feb.-His Lady to have Warrant to carry his Body into the Country, 17.
-, Captain, 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 10 Dec.

Cranebrook,
-, 1642, Petition of Inhabitants; Order for Indemnity of Volunteers, 11 Aug.-Ordinance for supplying the Cure, and sequestering the Profits thereof, 9 Mar. Agreed to by Lords, 13.

Craven,
-, Lord, 1641, Message to be sent to Lords, desiring he may name the Member, who informed him that the Addition to their Answer to a Message from the King was delivered without the Authority of the House, 24 Jan. Sent; Messenger dismissed without Answer, 25. His Answer communicated by Lords, 27.

Cravon,
-, Jo. 1642, his Offer of a Loan of 500 l accepted, 22 Sept.

Crawley,
-, Francis, One of the Judges of the King's Bench, 1641, Messengers appointed to carry a Charge against him to the Lords, 22 May.-Charge reported; read, and to be ingrossed, 1 July. Ingrossed Articles read, and to be sent to Lords, 2. Messengers to desire he may put in his Answer; Assistants appointed, 3. Transmission to be sent up, 5. Conference desired thereupon; agreed to, 6.

Cray,
-, Mr. 1642, to be summoned to appear, 25 July.-To be sent for as a Delinquent, 6 Aug.

Cremer,
-, Mr. 1641, sent to apprehend Delinquents, 8 Nov. Order for paying his Charges, 10.

Crescent,
-, 1642, Ship and Goods to be sold; Order touching disposing of the Money, 13 Dec.

Cressett,
-, Edw. 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquents, 6 Aug.

Cressy,
-, Mr. 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, and bring his Sermon preached at the Temple, 13 June. Order for bailing him; Sermon referred to the Committee for scandalous Ministers, 18.

Creswell,
-, Serjeant, 1640, Matter of the Election of him, Mr. Coventry, and Mr. Sandys, referred to the Committee of Privileges, 9 Nov. Order for hearing, 10.
-, 1642, Order for discharging his Horse, 29 Oct.- Thanked for his Services, 2 Nov.

Creswick,
-, Francis, 1642. Vide Privileges

Crew,
-, Mr. 1640, cleared by House of having done any thing worthy of Censure, 7 Nov.
-, 1641, willing to continue his Loan; Order about Security to him, 18 Feb.
-, 1642, Order about Repayment of Money undertaken to be advanced by him, 28 Apr.-for Payment of his Loan, 8 Aug.
-, Lady, 1642, to have Warrant to go to her Husband at Oxford, 22 Nov.

Cripps,
-, Sir Nicholas, 1640, to attend the Committee for Grievances, and bring in several Patents, 21 Nov.-Report from the Committee for Monopolists concerning him; expelled, 2 Feb.
-, 1642, ordered into Custody; a Committee to require Accounts between him and the King, 18 Jan. The Committee to prepare Charge against him, 19. Order touching Moneys and Gold seized; Member to inquire after Gold in the Tower, 21. His Report; Goods in his House to be inventoried; Order for removing the Guards, upon Security for their forthcoming, 23.-Moneys carried to Guildhall to be delivered to the Treasurer of the Navy, 6 Feb.

Crisp,
-, Henry, 1641, Petition referred to the Committee for Contributions, 7 Mar.
-, Nicholas, 1641, Petition read, and referred to the Committee for Contributions, 12 Mar.

Crofts,
-, James, 1641, to be permitted to transport Gunpowder, &c. to Kinsale, 22 Feb.
-, Mr. the Queen's Millener, 1641, to be required to attend, and, upon Refusal, Serjeant to bring him, 16 Nov. -To be required to attend with Letters received from France, 12 Jan. A Committee to peruse them; their Report, 13.-Order for discharging and redelivering his Horses, 11 Feb.-Resolution that he is thought fit to be removed from the King and Queen, 15.
-, Sir Wm. 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 21 Sept.
-, Mr. 1642, Residue of Saddles taken from him to be delivered to Sir Chr. Wray, 24 Sept.

Cromwell,
-, Mr. 1641, willing to continue his Loan of 2,000 l 1 Feb.
-, 1642, a Committee to prepare Order for Indemnity of him and others, for stopping Plate going from Cambridge to York, 18 Aug. Sent to Lords, 20.
-, Colonel Wm. 1641, to be recommended to Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, 2 Feb. Allowed to be a Colonel in that Service, 10.
-, 1642, to be recommended to have Half-pay from the time he was listed, 18 Apr.

Crone,
-, Mr. 1642, to be summoned to attend, 2 Mar.

Cropley,
-, Mr. 1642, to be summoned to attend, 23 Dec. Loan of 3,000 l propounded to him; his Answer, 24.

Cropp,
-, Thomas, 1642. Vide Privileges

Crossby,
-, Sir Piers, 1642, Petition; Order for paying 100 l to him out of the Contribution-money, 14 Sept. Agreed to by Lords, 27.

Crossby
-, House, and Gresham College, 1642, Lord Mayor and Sheriffs to consider of Citizens secured there; the Committee for Defence of the Kingdom to discharge none without acquainting House, 8 Nov. Such only as submit to the Orders of Parliament to be discharged, 9.-Order for removing Prisoners from thence to Lambeth House, 17 Dec.

Crosse,
-, Tho. 1641, Examination referred to the Committee for Informations, 29 Mar.
-, Sir Randall, 1641, Lords to be desired to join in moving the King to consider his Sufferings for the Public, 1 July.
-, Randolph, 1642, Petition concerning laying out Money for setting forth the Summer's Fleet referred to the Committee for the Navy, 5 Apr.
-, Mr. an Alehouse-keeper, 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, for not observing the monthly Fast, 25 May. Reprehended, and discharged, 27.

Crown
-, Jewels, 1641, Propositions about examining into the transporting them laid aside, 14 July.-A Committee to inquire whether any of them be transported, 24 Mar.
-, 1642, another Committee to withdraw, and prepare Order concerning the Payment of Moneys borrowed upon them; Order recommitted, 30 May.-Order for stopping Moneys borrowed thereon, sent to Lords; Message from them, desiring to know upon what Grounds the House is informed they are pawned or sold; Answer thereto; Lords Concurrence to the Order signified, 1 June.-Members to open Letters concerning them, 8.0,00,05,31| 7451 7457 15 7

Crue,
-, Mr. 1640. Vide Privileges

Crumpe,
-, Mr. 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 29 Mar. -To be bailed, 7 Apr.

Cudamore,
-, Humphrey, 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 30 Aug.

Cuffe
-, Wm. 1642, Petition, 17 May. Vide Jacobs-Another Petition referred to the Committee for Irish Affairs, 7 Jan.
-, John, 1642, to be continued in Custody, 16 Nov.

Cullyer,
-, Austin, 1642, to stand committed, 9 Mar.

Cullyns,
-, Colonel. Vide Beeling, Colonel.

Cumberland,
-, 1641, Lord Gray of Warke nominated Lord Lieutenant, 10 Feb.-Deputy Lieutenants approved, 17 Mar. Another to be recommended, 22.

Cunningham,
-, Tho. 1642, Petition referred to the Commissioners for Irish Affairs, 24 June. To the Committee for Adventurers, 25.-His Propositions concerning sending Arms into Scotland reported, and agreed to; Persons appointed to make the First Payment, and to accept and pay Bills of Exchange, 4 Oct. Others added, 8. Order touching his Ship designed for the Service of Ireland, but employed by the Committee for Safety of the Kingdom, referred to the Committee for the Navy, 9 Mar.
-, Sir David, 1642, Petition read; nothing done thereupon, 29 Oct.
-, Lieutenant, 1642, to be examined by a Committee, 17 Nov.

Currans
-, Vide Supply
-, 1641, Importation thereof from Holland, and the Trade to Venice concerning them, referred to a Committee, 20 Oct. To a Committee of the whole House, 22. Report; Bill ordered thereupon, 27.-Further Report; a Committee to prepare Order for inhibiting the Importation of Currans after 1 st August next, 8 Mar.
-, 1642, Ordinance read, and recommitted; Instruction to consider at what Rates Retailers shall fell, 12 Aug.-Order to prevent the importation of Currans; Notice to be given to the Officers of the Out-ports in Wales, 19 Jan.
-, 1641, a Committee to prepare Bill to inhibit the Importation of Currans, 27 Oct.
-, 1642, Another Bill to the same Purport; ordered, 5 May. Read twice, and committed, 23.

Curson,
-, Sir Jo. 1642, has Leave to send down Arms, &c. for Defence of his House, 28 May.-To have Warrant for that Purpose, 3 Aug.

Curtis,
-, Lieutenant Jo. 1641, Order for paying him 10 l out of the Contribution-moneys, 7 Mar.
-, Mr. to be summoned to attend, 23 July.

Curwin,
-, James, 1641. Vide Privileges

Cufs,
-, Ensign, 1642, to be removed to Plymouth, 13 Mar.

Cust,
-, Joshua, 1640. Vide Privileges

Customers,
-, 1640, not to make any Payments without Order of the House, except to King's Houshold, 29 Dec. Order considered in a Committee of the whole House, and revoked, 30. -Customers and Farmers to attend House about advancing 6,000 l for the Service of the Commonwealth, 11 Jan. To attend the Committee of Supply, 12.-A Committee to consider the whole Matter of the Customs since the last Year of King James; all Matters conducing to the Business to be communicated to them, 24 Feb.-Mr. Dennis's Business referred, 8 Mar.
-, 1641, Committee revived, 2 Apr. Order for their Meeting, 2 & 27 Apr.-5, 6. 14. & 28 May. -Order touching Goods deposited for Customs; the Committee to examine concerning some taken away, 6 Apr. To consider of proper Persons to take Security for such Goods, 16.- Order about the Delivery of Goods detained for Nonpayment of Customs, 19 May. Report to be made, 21. Made, and re-committed, 22. Committees added, 22 & 31. Report from Re-commitment, 24. To be considered, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, & 29. Their Offer of 100,000 l for an Act of Oblivion; Collections, by Colour of Subsidies, &c. voted illegal; Customers voted Delinquents, 25. Petition of late Farmers; Proposition of 150,000 l accepted; Names of Contributors thereto ordered, 26.-Case of the Farmers of the great and little Farm for last Two Years, reported; their Petition; Order about the Recovery of their Parts upon all Sharers; the Committee impowered to treat a Composition between them and Suiters against them-to consider the Farmers of the petty Farms, 29-to consider of a proper Way for entering and preserving Goods, and Customs due thereupon, 31.-Report; Resolutions touching the Patentees of the petty Farm, 1 June. Petitions referred, 1.10. & 18 June.-20 & 23 July. - 5. 11. & 23 Aug.-Petition of Customers read, and to be considered, 4 June.-Petition of late Farmers read; Speaker's Answer, 7. The Committee to send for Undersharers who refuse to contribute, and receive their Answers, 18.-Sir H. Garraway's Cafe reported, and recommitted, 16 July.- Order for Customers to pay in the Residue of their Moneys, 19.-Case of Sir Tho. Dawes's Creditors reported, 6 Aug. Vide Dawes-The Committee impowered to accept a Composition apart from the Farmers of the petty Farms before 1 st February next, 20 Jan.-House to be acquainted with the Sums received, 8 Feb. Receivers appointed, 28.-Collectors to bring in a perfect Account, from Christmas 1640, to Christmas 1641, to the Committee for the Navy, 15 Mar.- Report touching Money due from the East India Company for Customs; Resolution thereupon; Treasurer and Undertreasurer to attend the Committee, 24.
-, 1642, Petition referred, 25 Mar.-A Committee to consider who has made private Compositions, 4 Apr.-Accounts of the Customers to be reported, 24 May.-Reported, 4 June.-Order concerning the entering of Customs, 4 July.-Report of the Merchants Willingness to pay them, and make Entries, 5 Aug. Order touching Bonds unpaid, 8. Orders for better regulating the Customs read, and agreed to, 11. Order concerning Moneys collected for them sent to Lords, 13.-Ordinance about collecting the Duty of One per Cent. 15. Agreed to by Lords, 16.-Report touching an additional Commissioner; One appointed, 13 Oct.-The Committee to employ a Person in the room of a Malignant- to be informed concerning the Customers giving large Bills of Store, 28 Nov.-Officers to be summoned to attend, 23 Dec.-The Committee for the Navy to prepare Declaration, in Answer to a Proclamation concerning receiving and paying Customs, 24. Another Committee to prepare it; the Committee for Customs to consider of putting in Collectors, 27. Declaration read; agreed to, and to be printed, 30. Lords Concurrence signified, 31.-Order about entering and clearing Goods-further Report; previous and main Questions for removing the present Collectors, severally Affirmative; a Committee to take care no Prejudice arise from it till others are settled; Propositions, and Names of Persons offering themselves to be presented, 9 Jan. Presented; the Committee for the Customs to prepare Articles of Agreement; Ordinance for appointing them, and Ordinance for continuing the Payment of Customs; the Committee for the Navy to dispose of Moneys



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