June 1657
An Act for an Assessment at the Rate of Five and thirty thousand pounds by the moneth upon England, Six thousand pounds by the moneth upon Scotland, and nine thousand pounds by the moneth upon Ireland, for three years; from the 24 of June, 1657. for a Temporary Supply towards the maintenance of the Armies and Navies of this Commonwealth.

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1911

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'June 1657: An Act for an Assessment at the Rate of Five and thirty thousand pounds by the moneth upon England, Six thousand pounds by the moneth upon Scotland, and nine thousand pounds by the moneth upon Ireland, for three years; from the 24 of June, 1657. for a Temporary Supply towards the maintenance of the Armies and Navies of this Commonwealth.', Acts and Ordinances of the Interregnum, 1642-1660 (1911), pp. 1234-1249. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=56619 Date accessed: 23 July 2014.


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June, 1657

[26 June, 1657.]

Temporary supply for three years.; 35000l. by the moneth.

Be it Enacted and Ordained by His Highness the Lord Protector, and this present Parliament, and by the authority thereof, That for a Temporary Supply towards the Maintenance of the Armies and Navies of this Commonwealth, the sum of thirty five thousand pounds by the Moneth, for three years, from the four and twentieth day of June, One thousand six hundred fifty and seven, to the Four and twentieth day of June, One thousand six hundred and sixty, shall be assessed, taxed, collected, levied and paid in the several Counties, Cities, Towns and places hereafter named respectively, by the several sums, and according to the several Rates and Proportions, and in such manner as is hereafter expressed, that is to say; for every Moneth of the said three years.

Proportions.

Upon the County of Bedford, the sum of four hundred threescore and six pounds thirteen shillings and four pence.

The County of Berks, the sum of five hundred fourty four pounds eight shillings and eleven pence.

The County of Bucks, the sum of six hundred fourty one pounds thirteen shillings and four pence.

The County of Cambridge, the sum of five hundred fifty one pounds and five shillings.

The Isle of Ely, the sum of one hundred fourscore and three pounds and fifteen shillings.

The County of Chester, the sum of three hundred fourscore and five pounds.

The City and County of the City of Chester, the sum of fourty two pounds fifteen shillings and seven pence.

The County of Cornwal, the sum of eight hundred and sixteen pounds thirteen shillings and four pence.

The County of Cumberland, the sum of fifty four pounds.

The County of Derby, the sum of four hundred threescore and six pounds thirteen shillings and four pence.

The County of Devon, the sum of one thousand five hundred and one pounds seventeen shillings and nine pence.

The City and County of the City of Exon, the sum of fifty three pounds thirteen shillings and four pence.

The County of Dorset, the sum of six hundred fifty five pounds fifteen shillings and three pence.

The Town and County of Pool, the sum of five pounds and seven shillings.

The County of Durham, the sum of threescore and sixteen pounds seventeen shillings and two pence.

The County of York, with the City and County of the City of York, the sum of one thousand five hundred twenty one pounds fourteen shillings and five pence.

The Town and County of Kingston upon Hull, the sum of thirty three pounds sixteen shillings and eight pence.

The County of Essex, the sum of one thousand seven hundred and fifty pounds.

The County of Gloucester, the sum of eight hundred and thirteen pounds three shillings and four pence.

The City and County of the City of Gloucester, the sum of fourscore and one pounds five shillings and seven pence.

The county of Hereford, the sum of five hundred fourscore and three pounds six shillings and eight pence.

The County of Hertford, the sum of seven hundred pounds.

The County of Huntington, the sum of three hundred and eleven pounds two shillings and three pence.

The County of Kent, with the City and County of the City of Canterbury, the sum of one thousand eight hundred twenty seven pounds fifteen shillings and seven pence.

The County of Lancaster, the sum of four hundred threescore and six pounds thirteen shillings and four pence.

The County of Leicester, the sum of five hundred fourty four pounds eight shillings and ten pence.

The County of Lincoln, with the City and County of the City of Lincoln, the sum of one thousand three hundred threescore and one pounds two shillings and five pence.

The City of London, the sum of two thousand three hundred thirty three pounds six shillings and eight pence.

The County of Middlesex, with the City and Liberty of Westminster, the sum of eight hundred fourscore and fourteen pounds eight shillings and eleven pence.

The County of Monmouth, the sum of two hundred thirty three pounds six shillings and eight pence.

The County of Northampton, the sum of seven hundred pounds.

The County of Nottingham, the sum of four hundred fifty one pounds twelve shillings and two pence.

The Town and County of the Town of Nottingham, the sum of fifteen pounds one shilling and two pence.

The County of Norfolk, the sum of one thousand eight hundred and twelve pounds four shillings and five pence.

The City and County of the City of Norwich, the sum of fourscore and thirteen pounds six shillings and eight pence.

The County of Northumberland, the sum of fourscore and nine pounds nineteen shillings and eleven pence.

The Town of Newcastle, the sum of seventeen pounds fifteen shillings & ten pence.

The County of Oxon, the sum of five hundred threescore and three pounds seventeen shillings and nine pence.

The County of Rutland, the sum of one hundred thirty six pounds two shillings and three pence.

The County of Salop, the sum of six hundred threescore and one pounds two shillings and two pence.

The County of Stafford, the sum of four hundred fifty nine pounds thirteen shillings and four pence.

The City and County of the City of Litchfield, the sum of seven pounds.

The County of Somerset, the sum of one thousand three hundred threescore and one pounds two shillings and three pence.

The City and County of the City of Bristol, the sum of fourscore and five pounds eleven shillings and one penny.

The County of Southampton, with the Town and County of Southampton, the sum of one thousand and eleven pounds two shillings and two pence.

The County of Suffolk, the sum of one thousand eight hundred twenty seven pounds fifteen shillings and seven pence.

The County of Surrey, the sum of seven hundred fourscore and two pounds twelve shillings and nine pence.

The Borough of Southwark, the sum of fourscore and twelve pounds seven shillings and three pence.

The County of Sussex, the sum of nine hundred fifty two pounds fifteen shillings and seven pence.

The County of Warwick, with the City and County of the City of Coventry, the sum of six hundred twenty two pounds four shillings and five pence.

The County of Worcester, the sum of five hundred fourscore and eleven pounds two shillings and two pence.

The City and County of the City of Worcester, the sum of thirty one pounds two shillings and three pence.

The County of Wilts, the sum of nine hundred threescore and twelve pounds four shillings and five pence.

The County of Westmerland, the sum of thirty six pounds nineteen shillings and eight pence.

The Isle of Anglesey, the sum of threescore and seven pounds seven teen shillings and two pence.

The County of Brecknock, the sum of one hundred and fourscore pounds sixteen shillings and eight pence.

The County of Cardigan, the sum of one hundred and six pounds and fifteen shillings.

The County of Carmarthen, the sum of one hundred threescore and sixteen pounds three shillings and four pence.

The County of Carnarvan, the sum of one hundred and one pounds two shillings and two pence.

The County of Denbigh, the sum of one hundred thirty six pounds two shillings and three pence.

The County of Flint, the sum of threescore and seven pounds seventeen shillings and three pence.

The County of Glamorgan, the sum of two hundred twenty nine pounds eight shillings and ten pence.

The County of Merioneth, the sum of threescore and two pounds four shillings and five pence.

The County of Montgomery, the sum of one hundred forty seven pounds fifteen shillings and six pence.

The County of Pembroke, the sum of two hundred and three pounds.

The County of Radnor, the sum of one hundred twenty seven pounds three shillings and four pence.

The Town of Haverford-West, the sum of seven pounds five shillings and ten pence.

The Town of Berwick, the sum of two pounds eighteen shillings and four pence.

Who shall be Commissioners.; Their powers.

And be it further Enacted by the authority aforesaid, that the several Commissioners and other persons nominated and mentioned in an Act of this present Parliament (Entituled, An Act for an Assessment upon England, at the rate of Treescore thousand pounds by the moneth, for three moneths, from the 25th day of March, One thousand six hundred fifty seven, to the four and twentieth day of June then next ensuing) and such others as are hereby, or shall hereafter be added and authorized, shall be, and are hereby authorized, appointed, and continued respectively; and shall have, use, exercise, and put in execution all and every the Powers and Authorities for the assessing, collecting, levying, and paying the said three years assessments hereby appointed to be assessed and paid, which they had and were impowred and appointed to use and exercise by the said recited Act, for the assessing, collecting, levying and payment of the aforesaid three Moneths assessment; And that the several Rules, Directions, Clauses & Proviso's mentioned and contained in the said recited Act, and the Powers and Authorities thereby given to all and every the persons therein named or mentioned, shall endure, and have continuance until the said three years assessment shall be fully and duely collected, levyed, and paid in, according to the true intent and meaning of this Act.

Times of the first general meetings of the Commissioners yearly.; Second general meeting.; Times of payment.

For the better effecting whereof, it is hereby further Enacted, That the said several and respective Commissioners hereby appointed and continued for the said several and respective Counties, Cities and Towns, shall meet together at the most common and usual place of meeting in each of the said Counties, Cities and Towns respectively, for their first general meetings, on or before every second day of July, and every second day of January; And for their second general meetings, on or before every sixteenth day of July, and every sixteenth day of January in every of the said years: And the said Commissioners, or so many of them as shall then and there respectively attend and be present, shall cause this present Act to be put in execution, for the ordering, directing, managing, levying, and bringing in the assessment by this Act required; so as the full sum charged upon each Division, Hundred, Parish, and Place for the first three moneths assessments of each year, may be fully assessed, levyed, collected and paid in to the respective Receivers, on or before the first day of September: the second three moneths assessments, on or before the first day of December: the third three moneths assessments, on or before the first day of March: and the last three moneths assessments, on or before the first day of June in every year, during the said three years respectively.

Duplicates of Assessments to be transmitted by the Receiver into the Court of Exchequer.

Provided alwaies, and it is hereby further Enacted, that the Duplicates of assessments by the fore-recited Act required to be delivered to the respective Receivers of each County, City, Town of Place, to be by him the said Receiver Transmitted to the Lords Commissioners of the Treasury, shall by him the said Receiver, be transmitted into his Highness Court of Exchequer at Westminster, together with the Names, Sirnames, and places of abode of the respective Receivers, Collectors, and Sub-collectors of such assessments, there to remain upon Record.

If any more equal way of raising the Assessment be declared during this Parliament, then this to cease.

Provided nevertheless, and be it Enacted by the authority aforesaid, That in case during the Continuance of this present Parliament, any other more equal way of raising the said Monethly assessment of Thirty five thousand pounds by the moneth hereby appointed shall be found, and the Parliament shall make a Declaration to that purpose, That then such part of the said Assessment as shall be then uncollected, shall be Taxed, Assessed, Collected, Levyed and Paid, according to such proportions upon the respective Counties and Places, or in such way and for such time of the said three years, as the Parliament shall by such Declaration direct and set down, and not according to the proportions in this Act expressed, this Act or any thing therein contained to the contrary in any wise notwithstanding.

No free quarter nor quartering of Souldiers.

Provided alwaies, That neither this Act nor the said Act for the said Assessment of Sixty thousand pounds by the moneth, or any thing therein contained, shall extend or be construed to Authorize or Impower the said Commissioners, or any person or persons whatsoever, to Raise or Levy the said Tax hereby Assessed or Taxed, or any part thereof, by free quarter, or by quartering of Souldiers, any thing in this Act or in the said Act for the said monethly Assessment to the contrary notwithstanding.

Cardigan assessment abated.

And be it further Enacted, That the one Moyety of the Assessment charged upon the County of Cardigan, in an Act of this present Parliament, Entituled, An Act for an Assessment upon England, at the rate of Sixty thousand pounds by the moneth, for three moneths, from the 25th day of March, One thousand six hundred fifty seven, to the 24th day of June then next ensuing, shall be onely Levyed, Collected and Paid and the other Moyety of the said three moneths Assessment, together with the Moyety of all former Assessments charged upon the said County of Cardigan, since the 25th day of Decemb. one thousand six hundred fourty nine, and remaining in arrear, shall be wholly remitted. And the said County of Cardigan, shall be, and is hereby declared to be fully acquitted and discharged therefrom, any thing in the said Act, or former Acts or Ordinances, or Orders and Declarations to the contrary thereof in any wise notwithstanding.

6000l. by the Moneth on Scotland for three years.

And it is hereby Enacted, That the Sum of Six thousand pounds Sterling by the moneth, shall be Taxed, Levyed, Collected and Paid in Scotland for the space of Three years, commencing the 24th day of June, in the year of our Lord, One thousand six hundred fifty and seven, out of the several Counties, Cities, Towns and Places in Scotland, according to the several and respective proportions after mentioned, That is to say:

Proportions.

For the County of Aberdeen, for every moneth of the said three years, the Sum of three hundred thirty and nine pounds sixteen shillings and seven pence.

For the Borough of Aberdeen, threescore and six pounds twelve shillings.

For the County of Aire, three hundred twenty and two pounds ten shillings and five pence.

For the Borough of Aire, thirteen pounds nineteen shillings nine pence three farthings.

For the Town of Irwing, nine pounds nineteen shillings and eight pence.

For the County of Argile, one hundred threescore and two pounds five shillings and ten pence three farthings.

The County of Bamf, fourscore and fifteen pounds seventeen shillings.

The Town of Bamf, three pounds.

The Town of Collen, one pound and ten shillings.

The County of Berwick, two hundred thirty four pounds eight shillings and five pence.

The Town of Lauder, three pounds nine shillings and seven pence farthing.

The County of Bute, five and twenty pounds fourteen shillings and two farthings.

The Borough of Rothsay, three pounds.

The County of Cathnes, nine and fourty pounds eighteen shillings and nine pence.

The County of Cleckmannen, nine and twenty pounds seven shillings and three pence farthing.

The County of Cromart, five pounds thirteen shillings and nine pence.

The County of Dumbarton, threescore and three pounds fourteen shillings and two pence.

The Borough of Dumbarton, six pounds.

The County of Dumfrees, two hundred twenty and six pounds, one shilling and five pence.

The Borough of Dumfrees, sixteen pounds and thirteen shillings.

The Borough of Sanchar, one pound.

The Borough of Lockmaben, one pound.

The Borough of Annen, one pound.

The County of Edenburgh, two hundred sixty five pounds six shillings and six pence.

The City of Edenburgh, three hundred thirty four pounds and twelve shillings.

The County of Elgin, fourscore and eight pounds five shillings and five pence.

The Borough of Elgin, six pounds thirteen shillings and two pence,

The Borough of Forras, three pounds,

The County of Fife, four hundred and nineteen pounds seventeen shillings and ten pence.

The County of Kinross, eleven pounds three shillings and two pence.

The Borough of St. Andrews, thirty three pounds and six shillings.

The Borough of Dyssert, Thirteen pounds nineteen shillings and ten pence.

The Borough of Kirkaldie, Four and twenty pounds eight shillings and five pence.

The Borough of Cowper, Ten pounds nineteen shillings and seven pence farthing.

The Borough of Anstruther Easter, Seven pounds nineteen shillings and seven pence half peny.

The Borough of Pitteinwein, Six pounds thirteen shillings and two pence two farthings.

The Borough of Dumfernling, Eight pounds fifteen shillings and three pence.

The Borough of Creil, ten pounds and nineteen shillings.

The Borough of Kinghorn, Four pounds and ten shillings.

The Borough of Anstruther Wester, three pounds and nine shillings.

The Borough of Innerkething, Four pounds nineteen shillings and nine pence.

The Borough of Kilrein, One pound ten shillings.

The Borough of Burnt-Island, ten pounds nineteen shillings and nine pence.

The County of Forfar, two hundred seventy and two pounds sixteen shillings and three pence.

The Borough of Forfar, two pounds one shilling and a peny.

The Borough of Dundee, threescore and nine pounds eighteen shillings and six pence farthing.

The Borough of Arbroth, Four pounds and ten shillings.

The Borough of Monross, nineteen pounds nineteen shillings and seven pence two farthings.

The Borough of Brichin, Six pounds fourteen shillings and six pence.

The County of Hadington, two hundred thirty and one pounds seventeen shillings and two pence.

The Borough of Hadington, Eighteen pounds and three pence farthing.

The Borough of Dumbar, ten pounds nineteen shillings and seven pence farthing.

The Borough of North-Berwick, two pounds six shillings and ten pence.

The County of Innernes, two hundred and fifteen pounds eighteen shillings and three pence.

The Borough of Innernes, Four and twenty pounds nineteen shillings and five pence.

The Borough of Tain, Four pounds nineteen shillings and seven pence two farthings.

The Borough of Dingwal, Nineteen shillings and two pence two farthings.

The County of Kinkardine, Fourscore and two pounds and one peny.

The County of Lanrick, two hundred and sixty three pounds seventeen shillings and ten pence.

The Borough of Lanrick, six pounds.

The City of Glasgow, threescore and four pounds eighteen shillings and nine pence.

The Borough of Rugline, Two pounds.

The County of Linlithgow, One hundred five pounds sixteen shillings six pence.

The Borough of Queensferry, Four pounds one shilling.

The County of Narn, Twenty three pounds and three pence.

The Borough of Narn, Two pound one shilling and two pence.

The County of Ortny and Zetland, Fourscore and ten pounds fourteen shillings and two pence.

The County of Pebles, Fourscore and six pounds seventeen shillings and six pence.

The Borough of Pebles, Four pounds nineteen shillings and ten pence two farthings.

The County of Perth, Four hundred and nineteen pounds seventeen shillings and ten pence.

The Borough of Coleross, Four pounds ten shillings.

The County of Ranthrow, One hundred and twelve pounds fifteen shillings and seven pence.

The Borough of Ranthrow, Three pounds eighteen shillings and eleven pence.

The County of Roxborough, Three hundred and seven pounds four shillings and nine pence two farthings.

The Borough of Jedburgh, Eight pounds eighteen shillings and five pence.

The County of Sterling, One hundred fourty six pounds three shillings eight pence two farthings.

The Borough of Sterling, Ten pounds nineteen shillings and nine pence.

The County of Salkraig, Threescore and fifteen pounds seven shillings and five pence.

The Borough of Salkraig, Six pounds thirteen shillings and two pence.

The County of Sotherland, Eight and twenty pounds.

The Borough of Dornock, One pound nine shillings.

The County of Wigton and Kirkudbright, Two hundred twenty and three pounds five shillings and six pence.

The Borough of Wigton, Six pounds nineteen shillings and eleven pence.

The Borough of Kirkudbright, Eight pounds and four pence.

The Borough of White-horn, Two pounds.

The Borough of New Galloway, Ten shillings.

The Borough of Linlithgow, Seventeen pounds sixteen shillings and ten pence.

The Borough of Perth, Nine and thirty pounds nineteen shillings and three pence.

Who shall be Commissioners.

And that the several and respective Commissioners and other persons mentioned, named, or authorized in one Act of this present Parliament, Entituled, An Act for the raising of Fifteen thousand pound Sterling, in Scotland, and such others as are herein, or shall be hereafter named by this present Parliament, shall be, and are hereby authorized and impowred, in like manner, with the like authorities and powers for the putting in execution of this present Act, to the intents and purposes aforesaid. And that all the respective Authorities, Powers, Clauses, Matters and Provisions mentioned in the said Act for Taxing, Levying, and Paying the aforesaid Sum of Fifteen thousand pounds, shall be, and are hereby revived and made of full force authority and vertue, for the bringing in the Assessment by this Act appointed and directed.

Times of meetings and payment.

And it is further Enacted by the Authority aforesaid, that the time of the meetings of the respective Commissioners in their respective Counties, Cities, Towns and places, and the respective Times and Daies of Collecting, Levying, and paying in the respective Sums, by this Act appointed to be Collected and paid, shall be, and are hereby declared to be, the same that are appointed in this present Act in relation to the Assessment of England.

9000l. by the moneth on Ireland for three yeares.

And be it further Enacted by the Authority aforesaid, That the Sum of Nine thousand pounds by the Moneth, shall be Assessed, Taxed, Collected, Levied, and Paid in and out of Ireland, and the Dominions thereunto belonging, for and during the term of Three years, commencing the Four and twentieth of June, One thousand six hundred fifty and seven, and ending the Four and twentieth of June, One thousand six hundred and sixty, according to the Rules and proportions hereafter mentioned, That is to say, for every Three Moneths, (accounting twelve Moneths to the year).

Proportions.

Upon the County of Dublin, the Sum of One thousand and eighty pounds.

Upon the City and County of the City of Dublin, the sum of Seven hundred and twenty pounds.

Upon the County of Kildare, the sum of five hundred and ninety pounds.

Upon the County of Catherlogh, the sum of two hundred pounds.

Upon the Kings County, the sum of two hundred and fourty pounds.

Upon the Queens County, the sum of three hundred and sixty pounds.

Upon the County of Longford, the sum of One hundred and five pounds.

Upon the County of East-Meath, the sum of One thousand nine hundred and three pounds eighteen shillings.

Upon the County of West-Meath, the sum of five hundred seventy three pounds.

Upon the County of Kilkenny, the sum of One thousand four hundred eighty two pounds ten shillings.

Upon the County of Wexford, the sum of six hundred pounds.

Upon the County of Wichlo, the sum of One hundred and twenty pounds.

Upon the County of Louth, with the Town of Tredagh, the sum of five hundred and ninety pounds twelve shillings.

Upon the County of Limrick, with the City and County thereof, the sum of Nine hundred fifty six pounds sixteen shillings.

Upon the County of Cork, with the City and County thereof, the sum of Three thousand three hundred sixty pounds eighteen shillings.

Upon the County of Waterford, with the City and County thereof the sum of One thousand one hundred and twenty pounds.

Upon the County of Clare, the sum of seven hundred fourty five pounds four shillings.

Upon the County of Kerry, the sum of One hundred and eighty pounds.

Upon the County of Tipperary, including Holicross, the sum of One thousand six hundred and ten pounds.

Upon the County of Dovegol, the sum of One thousand one hundred fourty three pounds.

Upon the County of Tirone, the sum of five hundred and fifty pounds.

Upon the County of Fermahagh, the sum of three hundred pounds.

Upon the County of Cavan, the sum of One hundred seventy three pounds.

Upon the County of Monham, the sum of One hundred fifty five pounds two shillings.

Upon the County of Antrim and the Town of Carrickfergus, the sum of One thousand seven hundred sixty three pounds.

Upon the County of Down, the sum of One thousand four hundred sixty six pounds.

Upon the County of Ardmath, the sum of three hundred and fourty pounds.

Upon the County of London Derry, and the City and County thereof, and the Town and Barony of Colerane, the sum of One thousand and twelve pounds.

Upon the County of Galloway, the sum of two thousand and sixty pounds.

Upon the County of Roscomon, the sum of Five hundred thirty three pounds.

Upon the County of Sligo, the sum of three hundred and sixty pounds.

Upon the County of Mayo, the sum of Four hundred seventy seven pounds.

Upon the County of Leitrim, the sum of One hundred and thirty pounds.

And to the end the said three years Assessment, may be more speedily, effectually, equally, and indifferently made and perfected;

Lord Deputy and Council to appoint Commissioners, Collectors, &c.

Be it further Enacted by the Authority aforesaid; That the Lord Deputy and Council of Ireland, or any three of more of them, shall be and are hereby Authorized, and required forthwith, to nominate, constitute, and appoint, such Commissioners of Assessments, Collectors, and Receivers, for the Assessing, Taxing, Collecting, Levying, Receiving, and paying in the said three years Assessments, with the most equality, and indifferency that may be, both in relation to real and personal Estates, and such other thing and things therein, to do, execute, and perform, or order, direct or cause to be done, executed, and performed, as they the said Lord Deputy and Council of Ireland, or so many of them, as shall act in the premisses, upon and according to the Authority aforesaid, shall think meet, necessary and convenient.

Times of payment.

And be it Enacted by the Authority aforesaid, that the said three years Assessments be paid into the hands of the Receiver General of Ireland, according to the Rule following, that is to say, at the end of every three moneths, during the said three years, the sum of Twenty seven thousand pounds being three Moneths Assessments.

The former Assessment to cease after the 24. of June 1657.

Provided alwaies, and be it Enacted, that the Taxes or Assessments now raised, or to be raised, by vertue of an Ordinance of His Highness the Lord Protector, with the Advice of His Council, bearing date the three and twentieth day of June, One thousand six hundred fifty four, Entituled, An Ordinance for the further encouragement of the Adventurers for Lands in Ireland, and of the Souldiers and other Planters there, shall not be Assessed, Taxed, Collected, Levied, or Paid for any longer there, then untill the four and twentieth day of June, One thousand six hundred fifty seven, Any thing in the said Ordinance to the contrary in any wise notwithstanding.

Additional Commissioners for England.

Commissioners added to the former Commissioners for the Monethly Assessment: For the County of

Bedford.

Major General Bridge, John Walker, Gent.

Berks

General Desbrow.

Bucks.

Edmund Stafford, Esquire.

Cambridge.

Hezekia Hains Esq; William Underwood Esq; Alderman, of London, Devereux Martin, Esq; William Audley, Gent.

Isle of Ely.

Laurence Oxborough, Samuel Fortrey, Hamond Ward, Robert Hampson, Esqs; John Childe the younger, Gent. Anthony Balam, James Edwards the elder, Edwards eldest Son of William Edwards deceased.

Cornwall.

Thomas Burrell Esq.

Derby.

Henry Sacheverel Esq; George Harpor Esq.

Devon.

Thomas Pyne Esq; James Pearse Esq; Captain Francis Roll, John Were Esq; Robert Land Gent.

For the City and County of Exeter.

The Mayor and Sheriff of the City and County for the time being.

Dorset.

General Desberow, Edward Hooper, Robert Coker, Denis Bond, William Lawrence, Robert Tydderleigh, John Newburgh, Giles Stoodly, Richard Newman, Edmund Butler, Esquires.

Durham.

Colonel Ralph Cobbet, Thomas Mitford, Richard Beke, Esquires.

Essex.

Thomas Peek, John Shaw Esqs; Sir Robert Kemp, William Kemp Esq; Richard Hurlakenden Esqs; Walter Luckin Gent. Edward Hadsley Gent. John Vicars Gent. John Fenning Gent.

Gloucester.

William Dutton, Martin Noel, Edmund Dunch, Thomas Chamberlain, Don Hodges, Esqs; Nicholas Web Gent.

Hereford.

William Botterel, Higgins James, Esquires.

For the City of Hereford.

Richard Lyd.

Hertford.

Colonel Philip Twisleton, Samuel Desburrow Esq; Edward Brisco, Thomas Arris Esqs.

Huntington.

Henry Pickering Esq; Robert Hampson Esq.

Kent.

Philip Parker, Edward Honiwood, William Bothby, Esqs; Robert Seyliard Gent. John Seyliard of Penshurst Esq; Thomas Monnins, Thomas Wilton of Dover, Robert Maskal, Richard Rabson, Thomas Harrison, Ralph Suckley of Cheveney, John Brown of Orpington, Peter Peak of Ash, Martin Pike, Frere of Renham, Richard Lancaster, Peter Hayman, John Wroth, Alexander Roberts, Jacob Turner, Thomas Young of Darente.

For the City of Canterbury.

Vincent Den, Captain Jones, Robert Maskal.

Lancaster.

Colonel Edward Salmon.

Leicester.

John Sherman, Thomas Goddard, Anthony Major, Gent.

For the County of Lincoln.

Colonel Philip Twisleton, Daniel Rhodes, Major Heaton, Francis Empson, John Askham.

For the City of London.

Griffith Bodurda Esq; Jeremiah Rouston, John Blackwel the elder Esq.

Middlesex.

Richard Newman, Esq; Elia Palmer, John Falkener, Esqs; Morris Gothing, Edmund Gage, Sir Thomas Vyner, Deputy William Hobson, William Kiffin, John Miller, Sir John Dethick Knight.

Westminster.

John Stone Esq; Jervace Bennet, Colonel Stephen Winthorp, Christopher Lyster, Kelway Guider, Gent.

Nottingham.

Colonel Philip Twisleton.

For the County of Norfolk.

John Reynes, Simon Smith, Gabriel Barber, Samuel Prentice, John Pike, Owen Palmer, Bernard Utber junior, Thomas Manfield, Robert Waters, Thomas Dixon, John Smith, Thomas Dun, Laurence Oxborough, Clement Spilman, Samuel Smith, Robert Lane Edward Barber, and John Spilman, James Long, Matthew Long, Thomas Green of Lyn Merchant.

For the City of Norwich.

Samuel Puckle, Richard Brown, Giles Wood.

For the County of Northampton.

Henry Pickering Esq; William Rainsborough Esq: William Say Esq: Robert Henley Esq: Baldwin Arthur Esq: Richard Robins Gent. Miles Fleetwood Esq: Arthur Samuel Esq: William Garret Gent.

Northumberland.

John Hearon, Thomas Boultflower.

Salop.

William Jones Esq: Recorder of Shrewsbury.

For the City and County of the City of Bristol.

William Can, Richard Balman, Robert Purnel, Thomas Ellis, Esqs.

Southampton.

George Wither of Hall Esq.

Somerset.

Sir John Coppleston Knight, Thomas Allen Gent. John Web Esq.

Staffordshire.

John Birch of Cannock

Suffolk.

Sir Edmund Bacon Baronet, Robert Lane, Robert Stewart, William Underwood Alderman of London, Arthur Samuel, John Trenchard, Esqs: George Gascoign, John Hurst, Gent. John Brandling Esq: Essington, John Hawis, Gent. George Reve Esq: Robert Gurdon, John Shepheard, Esqs: Roger Kerrington, Gent. Robert Knowls.

Sussex.

The Mayor of Chichester for the time being, Alexander Wilson, John Clerk, Esqs: Edmund Blake, Thomas Bernard of Petworth, Christopher Coles, William Baldwin, Gent. William Yalden the younger Esq: Nicholas Dullender Gent. Francis Selwin Esq: George Tailer, George Hide, Thomas Southton.

Surrey.

William Daniel, Samuel Rous, Esqs: Charls Craiker Gent. Richard Downs Esq.

Warwick.

Thomas Rawlins, Esq: Samuel Eboral, William Fetherston.

Wilts.

Edward Bainton, John Bulkeley, Esq: Henry Hungerford, George Cooper, John Ernley, Richard Grubbam How, George Grubbam How, Isaac Burges, Edward Duke, William Stone, Robert Good, Henry Eyre, Thomas Bayly, Peter Legay, Edward St. Barbe, James Abbot, Humphrey Ditton the Elder, John Randal, Richard Phelpes, Thomas Wyat, John Stephens of the Devizes, Robert Eyre, Francis Bennet, John Frowd of Sedghill, Michael Beach, Ephraim Westley, Francis Craddock, John Ridonte, Thomas Ray, Thomas Escours of Pinkney, Esqs.

Westmerland.

Thomas Sands Esq: Captain Sedgwick.

Hull.

Lieutenant Colonel Richard Elton, Captain George Westby, John Northend, Robert Berrier, William Masters.

Breccon.

Hoo Games, William Morgan, William Jones of Buckland, Esqs John Games of Kanvigan, Hugh Williams, Gent.

Carmarthen.

John Vaughan of Llanelly, Henry Middleton, Humphrey Brown, William Lloyd, Morgan Jones, John Vaughan of Derllysk, Richard Prothero, Jenkin Dawkins, Esqs.

Carnarvan.

Sir William Williams Baronet, William Vaughan, William Griffith, Esqs; William Glyne of Llyer Esq; Griffith Vaughan, Gent.

Denbigh.

John Jeffreys, John Lloyd, Edward Puleston, Edward Morris, Peter Moyle, Esqs: John Price.

Glamorgan.

Sir Edward Mansel Baronet. David Evans Gent. Edmund Gamage, Robert Thomas, Esqs.

Pembroke.

Reeve Williams, Esq: Mervin Cannon, Rowland Gething, John Wingfield, Esqs.