Table of acts
1645

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'Table of acts: 1645', Acts and Ordinances of the Interregnum, 1642-1660 (1911), pp. XXX-XLIII. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=56677 Date accessed: 27 November 2014.


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1645

4 January, 1644/5Ordinance for taking away the Book of Common Prayer and putting in Execution the Directory for the Public Worship of God. [L.J., vii., 125, but not printed in L.J.], printed with the Directory. Vol. i., p. 582.
4 January, 1644/5Ordinance for the Attainder of the Archbishop of Canterbury. [L.J., vii., 126–7.] Vol. i., p. 608.
7 January, 1644/5Order for paying the Guards employed in the defence of the River Thames. [L.J., vii., 128.]
8 January, 1644/5Ordinance (amending the Attainder passed on January 4th) directing the beheading of the Archbishop of Canterbury. [L.J., vii., 130.] Vol. i., p. 608.
13 January, 1644/5Ordinance to sequester Delinquents' Estates in Essex for the benefit of the said county. [L.J., vii., 136–7.]
28 January, 1644/5Ordinance empowering the Commissioners of both Houses to join with the Commissioners of the Parliament of Scotland to treat with the King's Commissioners at Uxbridge. [L.J., vii., 159.] Vol. i., p. 609.
28 January, 1644/5Ordinance to continue up to the 11th December, 1645, the Duty for the relief of the Captives at Algiers, amending Ordinances of 24th October, 1644. [L.J., vii., 161–2; Husband, pp. 596–7.] Vol. i., p. 609.
29 January, 1644/5Ordinance continuing the Ordinance touching the Excise or new Impost up to the 1st April, 1646 (a subsequent order dated 3rd February, 1644–5, postponed the expiration of the Ordinance till the 11th September, 1646), cf. Ordinance of 31st August, 1644. [L.J., vii., 163; Husband, p. 597.] Vol. i., p. 611.
31 January, 1644/5Ordinance for the Commissioners of both Kingdoms, or any ten of them, to treat with the King's Commissioners, amending Ordinance of January 28th. [L.J., vii., 168.] Vol. i., p. 612.
3 February, 1644/5Ordinance for the Commissioners of the Excise to re-imburse themselves £14,000 advanced for the armies of the Lord General. [L.J., vii., 173.]
10 February, 1644/5.Order for the use of the Seal of the Duchy of Lancaster in accordance with the Ordinance of December 17th, 1644, together with the Oath of the Sheriff of Lancaster. [L.J., vii., 554–5; Husband, pp. 598–9.] Vol. i., p. 612.
17 February, 1644/5Ordinance for raising and maintaining of Forces for the Defence of the Kingdom under Sir Thomas Fairfax, who is constituted and ordained Commander-in-Chief (i.e. Ordinance for the New Model Army.) [L.J., vii., 204–9; Husband, pp. 599–606, under date February 15th.] Vol. i., p. 614.
19 February, 1644/5Ordinance to prevent fraudulent entries of Excisable Commodities and to empower the Commissioners of Excise to punish offenders against the Ordinance of 11th September, 1643. [L.J., vii., 215–6.] Vol. i., p. 626.
20 February, 1644/5Ordinance continuing the Ordinances of July, 1642, 21st January, 1642–3, and 18th September, 1643, for the subsidy of Tonnage and Poundage and a Book of rates, and repealing the Ordinances of 26th August, 1642, and 19th January, 1642–3, against the importation of Currants. (cf. Ord.) [L.J., vii., 218–9; Husband, pp. 618–9, under date February 21st.] Vol. i., p. 627.]
21 February, 1644/5Ordinances for the raising and levying for four months of the monthly sum of £21,000 for the maintenance of the Scottish Army under the Earl of Leven, by a monthly assessment of Ordinances. [L.J., vii., 224–30; Husband, pp. 607–15, under date February, 20th.] Vol. i., p. 630.
21 February, 1644/5Ordinance for Samuel Avery, Richard Bateman, Charles Lloyd, Christopher Pack, and Walter Boothby to be Commissioners of the Customs. [L.J., vii., 221–2.]
21 February, 1644/5Ordinance for pressing mariners up to 1st January, 1645–6. [L.J., vii., 222; Husband, p. 620.] Vol. i., p. 646.
21 February, 1644/5Ordinance for the Commissioners of the Excise to repay themselves £4,000 advanced for the Lord General's army, and £1,000 advanced for the Earl of Callander's army. [L.J., vii., 222–3.]
21 February, 1644/5Ordinance for raising money in Northamptonshire for the Garrison of Northampton, for six months from the 24th February 1644–5. [L.J., vii., 223.]
22 February, 1644/5Order for all officers and soldiers to repair to their colours, upon pain of death, within forty-eight hours after notice of this Ordinance. [L.J., vii., 238; Husband, p. 621.] Vol. i., p. 647.
22 February, 1644/5Ordinance for impressing soldiers for the army of Sir Thomas Fairfax; to continue in force for nine months. [L.J., vii., 256–7; Husband, February 27th, pp. 623–4.] Vol. i., p. 650.
28 February, 1644/5Ordinance to empower the Committee of the Militia of London to compel certain persons to find arms and raise horse for the service of the Parliament, and to authorise the Committee to search for Papists; to continue in force for six months. (cf. Ordinance.) [L.J., vii., 257–8; Husband, pp. 621–3.] Vol. i., p. 648.
3 March, 1644/5Ordinance to raise money by a monthly rate in the County of Essex, for the defence of the county; to continue till 1st December, 1645. (cf. Ordinances.) [L.J., vii., 261–2; Husband, pp. 625–6.] Vol. i., p. 651.
11 March, 1644/5Ordinance empowering Sir Thomas Fairfax to appoint his inferior officers. [L.J., vii., 269.] Vol. i., p. 653.
13 March, 1644/5Order for the printing of the Directory, and forbidding its being reprinted without authorising it. [L.J., vii., 273.]
14 March, 1644/5Ordinance for providing draught horses for the carriage of the train of artillery to the army under Sir Thomas Fairfax and for payment of coat and conduct money. [Husband, pp. 627–8.] Vol. i., p. 653.
15 March, 1644/5Ordinance for continuing and paying the Kentish regiment at Plymouth. [L.J., vii., 274–5.]
15 March, 1644/5Ordinance for the appropriation of one-third part of the customs upon currants to the use of the garrison at Gloucester, in accordance with the Ordinance of February 21st, 1644–5. [L.J., vii., 275; Husband, p. 629.] Vol. i., p. 656.
29 March, 1645Ordinance empowering the Committee of the Militia of the City of London to impress men under the Ordinance of February 27th, 1644–5. [L.J., vii., 292; Husband, p. 632.]
31 March, 1645Ordinance for securing the £80,000 advanced by and under the eight treasurers hereafter named; and for the more orderly receiving and issuing the monies of the taxes levied by the Ordinance of February 15th, 1644–5, for the maintenance of the forces under Sir Thomas Fairfax. [L.J., vii., 293–5; Husband, pp. 629–32, under date March 28th.] Vol. i., p. 656.
1 April, 1645Ordinance giving full powers as Commander-inChief to Sir Thomas Fairfax. (cf. Ord. February 15th, 1644–5.) [L.J., vii., 298–9.] Vol. i., p. 660
2 April, 1645Ordinance to abolish a custom of scrambling for cakes on Easter Day in Twickenham Parish Church. [L.J., 300.]
3 April, 1645Ordinance for raising monies in the County of Lincoln for the defence of the county, from January 1st, 1644–5, to July 1st, 1645. [L.J., vii., 302–3; Husband, pp. 633–4.] Vol. i., p. 662.
3 April, 1645Ordinance discharging members of both Houses from all offices, both military and civil (Selfdenying Ordinance). [L.J., vii., 303; Husband, p. 634–5.] Vol. i., p. 664.
4 April, 1645Ordinance empowering the Committee of the London Militia to impress soldiers and send them to Maidenhead. [L.J., vii., 307; Husband, p. 625.] Vol. i., p. 665.
5 April, 1645Ordinance for an oath to be tendered to those who come from the King's quarters into the protection of the Parliament. [L.J., vii., 308; Husband, p. 637.] Vol. i., p. 665.
11 April, 1645Ordinance to exempt the University of Cambridge from assessments, taxes and charges. [L.J., vii., 315; Husband, pp. 636–7.] Vol. i., p. 666.
12 April, 1645Ordinance for paying the garrisons of Poole and Weymouth for six months out of the Excise. [L.J., vii., 316.]
12 April, 1645Ordinance for charging £8,000 upon the Excise fo new ships. [L.J., vii., 317.]
14 April, 1645Ordinance to prevent frauds upon the Customs by giving the Commissioners power to search for prohibited goods. [L.J., vii., 318–9; Husband, pp. 638–9]. Vol. i., p. 667.
8 April, 1645Ordinance amending that of 2nd August, 1644, permitting an allowance out of the Excise on Hampshire for the Portsmouth garrison. [L.J., vii., 324.]
19 April, 1645Ordinance to continue for twelve months the Ordinance of 25th October, 1644, for the militia of the County of Middlesex. [L.J., vii., 336; Husband, p. 646.]
19 April, 1645Ordinance appointing a Committee of the Lords and Commons to execute the duties of the Lord High Admiral of England and of the Lord Warden of the Cinque Ports. [L.J., vii., 327; Husband, p. 640.] Vol. i., p. 669.
23 April, 1645Ordinance for maintaining preaching ministers in the northern parts of the Kingdom out of the respective possessions of the Deans and Chapters of York, Durham and Carlisle. [L.J., vii., 332–3.] Vol. i., p. 669.
23 April, 1645Ordinance settling Mr. Goodwin in the Vicarage of Watford and Dr. Burges in the Public Lecture of St. Paul's, London. [L.J., vii., 331–2; Husband, pp. 641–3.] Vol. i., p. 672.
23 April, 1645Ordinance appointing a Committee with powers to execute Martial Law in the County of Kent. [L.J., vii., 333–4; Husband, pp. 644–5.] Vol. i., p. 674.
24 April, 1645Ordinance (amending that of 17th February, 1644 –5) for the punishment of impressed soldiers who forsake their colours. [L.J., vii., 334–5; Husband, pp. 643–4.] Vol. i., p. 675.
26 April, 1645Ordinance prohibiting preaching by laymen (cf Ord.) [L.J., vii., 337; Husband p. 645.] Vol. i., p. 677.
26 April, 1645Ordinance amending that of 23rd December, 1644, securing £10,000 to the Merchant Adventurers who have agreed to postpone the repayment for nine months longer. [L.J., vii., 388.]
29 April, 1645Ordinance for relieving maimed soldiers out of the monies raised in the counties of the Eastern Association. [L.J., vii., 342.]
3 May, 1645Ordinance for a Committee to reside with the Army in Ireland to be continued for eight months. [L.J., vii., 350.] Vol. i., p. 677.
3 May, 1645Ordinance empowering members of the Committee of Both Kingdoms to grant commissions in the army to persons recommended by the Committee of the Western Association. [L.J., vii., 350.]
6 May, 1645Ordinance freeing the Vintners (with certain exceptions) from any demand concerning the imposition of forty shillings per tun on wine. [L.J., vii., 355; Husband, p. 647–8.] Vol. i., p. 678.
6 May, 1645Ordinance to prevent the importation by foreigners of whale oil, fins or gills, commonly called whalebone. [L.J., vii., 356; Husband, p. 646.] Vol. i., p. 679.
7 May, 1645Ordinance for raising money out of Delinquents, Estates for the maintenance of Horse and Foot for the garrison of Gloucester and for the counties of Gloucester, Hereford, Monmouth, Glamorgan, Brecknock, and Radnor. [L.J., vii., 358; Husband, p. 647, under date May 6.] Vol. i., p. 680.
9 May, 1645Ordinance against stealing children, with order for search in vessels and ships, and for the publication of the Ordinance. [L.J., vii., 361; Husband, p. 649.] Vol. i., p. 681.
9 May, 1645Ordinance for envoys to be sent to Flanders to negotiate for the merchant ships stayed there, and to prevent cruisers used against the ships of the Parliament from being protected in Flemish ports. [L.J., vii., 361–2.] Vol. i., p. 682.
10 May, 1645Ordinance (amending those of 8 July and 3 August 1644) for pay of waggoners, soldiers, and their widows. [L.J., vii., 365.]
10 May, 1645Ordinance for the Committee of the three counties of Oxon, Bucks, and Berks to raise money by voluntary subscription for additional forces under Major-General Browne, for the reduction of Oxford. [L.J., vii., 365; Husband, p. 650.] Vol. i., p. 683.
10 May, 1645Ordinance continuing General Cromwell (fn. *) in his command for forty days notwithstanding the Ordinance of 3rd April, 1645. [L.J., vii., 365.] Vol. i., p. 684.
22 May, 1645Ordinance empowering Treasurers to receive arrears due under the Ordinance of 3rd August 1643. [L.J., vii., 387; Husband, p. 650.] Vol. i. p. 684.
24 May, 1645Order for a collection in the Cities of London and Westminster and adjoining parts for the relief of the distressed inhabitants of Taunton. [L.J., vii., 393; Husband, p. 651.] Vol. i., p. 685.
24 May, 1645Ordinance appointing Colonel Massey to command in chief the Forces of the Western Association. [L.J., vii., 383; Husband, p. 652.] Vol. i., p. 685.
26 May, 1645Order for disfranchising the Mayor and others of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, and putting others in their places. [L.J., vii., 395.]
26 May, 1645Ordinance for a monthly assessment in Derbyshire to maintain the forces for the defence of the county; to continue from 1st May to 1st December 1645. [L.J., vii., pp. 396–7; Husband, pp. 652–4.] Vol. i., p. 686.
30 May, 1645Ordinance for the execution of Martial Law in Plymouth. [L.J., vii., 402; Husband, p. 654.]
30 May, 1645Ordinance (continuing for four months that of 15th March 1644–5) for the retention of the Kentish Regiment in Plymouth. [L.J., vii., 402.]
4 June, 1645Ordinance amending that of 26th August 1643 for the recovery of ships, &c., from the sea, and protecting the inventors of the method employed [L.J., vii, 407.] Vol. i., p. 689.
5 June, 1645Ordinance for the raising and impressing of men within the Western Association. [L.J., vii., 412.] Vol. i., p 690.
6 June, 1645Ordinance appointing a Committee for the better regulation of the Excise. [L.J., vii., 415.] Vol. i., p. 691.
7 June, 1645Ordinance continuing for six months the Ordinance of 13th July 1644, for the safety of the Isle of Wight. [L.J., vii., 419; Husband, p. 656.]
7 June, 1645Ordinance appointing a Committee to execute Martial Law in Kent; to continue for six months. [L.J., vii., 418–9; Husband, pp. 657–8, under date 10th June.] Vol. i., p. 692.
10 June, 1645Ordinance empowering the Committee for the county of Southampton to put into execution all Ordinances of Parliament for levying money and raising forces for the safety of the county. [L.J., vii., 423–4; Husband, pp. 662–4, under date June 14th.] Vol. i., p. 694.
11 June, 1645Ordinance authorizing Sir Thomas Fairfax to impress men in any place which his army passes through: to continue for one month. [L.J., vii, 424; Husband, p. 656, under date June 10th.] Vol. i., p. 696.
12 June, 1645Ordinance for the more speedy collection of monies in arrear, formerly imposed upon the Bill of £400,000, the Ordinance for the Fifty Subsidies, Weekly Assessment, and Weekly Meal, within the City of London, and liberties thereof (cf. Ordinances 4 March 1642, 18 August 1643 and 26 March 1644). [L.J., vii., 426–8; Husband, pp. 660–2, under date June 13th.] Vol. i., p. 697.
13 June, 1645Ordinance empowering the Committee for Scots Affairs at Goldsmiths' Hall to manage the Ordinance of February 20th (?) 1644–5 for the raising of money for the Scottish Army. [Husband, p. 658, mentioned in L.J., vii., 424, under date June 11th.] Vol., i., p. 700.
18 June, 1645Order continuing Lieutenant-General Cromwell's command as Lieutenant-General of the Horse for three months from the end of the forty days granted to him by the Ordinance of May 10th. [L.J., vii., 433, 440.]
20 June, 1645Ordinance for raising £31,000 for the Scots Army in accordance with the Ordinance of February 20th 1644–5. [L.J., vii., 441; Husband, p. 665.] Vol. i., 702
20 June, 1645Ordinance for associating the counties of York, Lancaster, Nottingham, Bishopric of Durham, Northumberland, Cumberland and Westmoreland (the Northern Association) and for raising monthly assessments therein. [L.J., vii., 444–8; Husband, pp. 666–73.] Vol. i., p. 703.
21 June, 1645Ordinance to raise money in Rutlandshire for the defence of the county. [L.J., vii., 443–4; Husband, p. 673–4.] Vol. i., p. 714.
26 June, 1645Ordinance continuing for three months from its expiration the Ordinance of June 10 giving power to Sir Thomas Fairfax to press men. [L.J., vii., 457; Husband, p. 674.]
27 June, 1645Ordinance to prevent Desertion from Sir Thomas Fairfax's army by the execution of Martial Law upon delinquents. [L.J., vii., 461; Husband, pp. 674–5, under date June 26th.] Vol. i., p. 715.
27 June, 1645An additional Ordinance for the better taking and expediting the Account of the whole Kingdom. [L.J., vii., 458–61; Husband, pp. 575–9, under date June 26th.] Vol. i., p. 712.
1 July, 1645Ordinance appointing a Committee of Both Houses to manage the affairs of Ireland. [L.J., vii., 469–70; Husband, p. 680.] Vol. i., p. 722.
1 July, 1645Ordinance for raising £20,000 for the reduction of Oxford. [L.J., vii., 476–7; Husband, pp. 681–2.] Vol. i., p. 723.
1 July, 1645Ordinance to put the County of Surrey in a posture of defence by regulating Trained Bands and other forces, and paying such Foot as belong to the garrison of Farnham Castle. (cf., Ord. 27 July, 1643.) [L.J., vii., 471–3; Husband, pp. 683–6.] Vol. i., p. 726.
7 July, 1645Ordinance continuing for twelve months the Ordinance of 28th January 1644–5 for the relief of the captives at Algiers. [L.J., vii., 484; Husband, p. 687.] Vol. i., p. 731.
9 July, 1645Ordinance concerning the Bonds taken for the imposition of one per cent. for the redemption of the captives at Algiers. [L.J., vii., 491; Husband, pp., 688–9, under date July 8.] Vol. i., p. 732.
10 July, 1645Ordinance for raising 500 Horse in the counties of the Eastern Association by sums charged upon the Excise. [L.J., vii., 492; Husband, p. 687.] Vol. i., p. 734
17 July, 1645Ordinance confirming Sir Henry Vane, jun., in his post as Treasurer of the Navy. (cf. Ord. 8 Aug. 1642, and the Self-denying Ordinance.) [L.J. vii., 499.]
18 July, 1645Ordinance for the relief of the counties of Oxon, Bucks, Berks, and Southampton. [L.J., vii., 501; Husband, pp. 690–1.] Vol. i., p. 735.
24 July, 1645Ordinance to collect the arrears of assessment in the county of Middlesex and the cities of London and Westminster and parts adjacent, in accordance with the Ordinance of 4th October 1644 for the provision of a new Train of Artillery, [L.J., vii., 507; Husband, p. 692.] Vol. i., p. 736.
21 July, 1645Ordinance for raising £5,000 out of the Excise for the reduction of Winchester and Basing. [L.J., vii., 511.]
28 July, 1645Ordinance appointing Commissioners of Both Houses to go to Scotland to treat and conclude divers matters concerning the peace of Both Kingdoms. [L.J., vii., 515.] Vol. i., p. 738.
29 July, 1645Ordinance appointing Commissioners to take accounts in the northern counties. [L.J., vii., 516–7.] Vol. i., p. 738.
1 August, 1645Ordinance for the continued assessment of the County of Northampton. [Husband, pp. 693–4, mentioned in L.J., p. 521, under date August 2nd.]
2 August, 1645Ordinance for the payment, out of the Excise, of £8,000 to certain English, Scotch, and other Officers, £1,000 for the Train of Artillery, and £4,000 for the reduced Horse and Foot Reformadoes late under the Earl of Essex. [L.J., vii. 521–2.]
5 August, 1645Ordinance to raise 1,000 men under Major General Browne for the reduction of Oxford. [L.J., vii., 526; Husband, p. 707.]
6 August, 1645Ordinance to raise £2,800 a month in Lincolnshire till Newark and Belvoir are reduced. [L.J., vii., 531–2; Husband, pp. 707–8, under date August 11th.] Vol. i., p. 740.
12 August, 1645Ordinance for raising money in the Counties of the Eastern Association for the reduction of Newark. [L.J., vii., 533–4; Husband, p. 709.] Vol. i., p. 742.
12 August, 1645Ordinance continuing Lieutenant General Cromwell in his command for three months from the expiry of the Ordinance of the 18th June. [L.J., vii., 535.]
12 August, 1645Ordinance pledging the public faith for the repayment of the monies raised by the Ordinance for the Twentieth Part, and the Twenty and Fifth Part. [L.J., vii., 535; Husband, p. 710.] Vol. i., p. 743.
12 August, 1645Ordinance for the defence of the Isle of Ely. [L.J., vii., 535.] Vol. i., p. 744.
13 August, 1645Ordinance continuing for six months the Ordinance of 15th February, 1644–5. [L.J., vii., 537–8; Husband, p. 711.]
15 August, 1645Ordinance empowering the Committee of the London Militia to search for Papists or other persons coming from the King's quarters to London, with the authority given by the Ordinance of the 27th February, 1644–6. [L.J., vii., 542; Husband, p. 710, under date August 13.] Vol. i., p. 746.
15 August, 1645Ordinance continuing for six months the Ordinance of 18th October, 1644, for a weekly assessment for the army in Ireland. [L.J., vii., 540–1; Husband, pp. 712–3.] Vol. i., p. 746.
15 August, 1645Ordinance continuing for four months the Ordinance of 20th February, 1644–5, for the raising and levying of the monthly sum of £21,000 for the Scottish army. [L.J., vii., 541–2; Husband, p. 711.]
19 August, 1645Ordinance regulating the election of elders and the membership of the classical, provincial and national assembly. [L.J., vii., 544–5.] Vol. i., p. 749.
19 August, 1645Ordinance continuing for the next herring season the Ordinance of 26th August, 1644, imposing a duty on Herrings for the expense of a convoy to protect the Fishery. [L.J., vii., 547–8; Husband, p. 714.]
23 August, 1645Ordinance for paying £10,000 out of the Excise for maintaining the supernumerary forces of Horse and Foot in Yorkshire. [L.J., vii., 548.]
26 August, 1645Ordinance confirming that of 3rd January, 1644–5, for establishing the Directory of Public Worship with a more effectual method of putting it into execution. [L.J., vii., 551–2; Husband, pp. 715– 7.] Vol. i., p. 755
26 August, 1645Ordinance to continue for six months the Ordinances of 10th May, 1643, and 1st July, 1644, for weekly assessments in the counties of the Western Association. [L.J., vii., 554: Husband, p. 717.] Vol. i., p. 757.
28 August, 1645Ordinance for an election of scholars to Eton College. [L.J., vii., 556; Husband, p. 717–8.] Vol. i., p. 758.
29 August, 1645Ordinance to pay £2,000 out of the Excise for the forces in Lancashire. [L.J., vii., 557.]
29 August, 1645Ordinance to raise money in Lancashire and to appoint a Committee for the defence of the county. [L.J., vii., 559–61; Husband, p. 718– 20.] Vol. i., p. 758.
2 September, 1645Ordinance for paying £50,000 out of the Excise for the army of Sir Thomas Fairfax. [L.J., vii., 563.]
3 September, 1645Ordinance to raise monies in the Eastern Association for the maintenance and pay of the garrisons at Newport Pagnell, Bedford, Lynn Regis, and other places in these counties. [L.J., vii., 567–8; Husband, pp. 721–3.] Vol. i., p. 762.
9 September, 1645Ordinance for raising 500 Horse and 5,000 Dragoons by the Committee of the London Militia (c.f. Ordinance of 97th December, 1544–5). [L.J., vii., 573–4; Husband, pp. 724–5, under date, 8th September.] Vol. i., p. 766.
9 September, 1645Ordinance prohibiting the benefit of the fifth part of a Delinquent's estate to any wife or child of a Delinquent who may come from the King's quarters, and to any child of a Delinquent not brought up in the Protestant Faith. [L.J., vii., 574; Husband, p. 726, under date September 8.] Vol. i., p. 769.
11 September, 1645Ordinance appointing Thomas Falconberg Comptroller of the Excise of the City of London, and William Bond auditor of all Excise and New Impost within the Kingdom. [L.J., vii., 577.] Vol. i., p. 769.
16 September, 1645Ordinance repeating that of 19th February, 1644–5, and making other provisions for ensuring the observance of the Excise Ordinance of 16th September, 1643. [L.J., vii., 582.] Vol. i., p. 771.
16 September, 1645Ordinance rendering void all warrants and commissions issued in His Majesty's name to Captain George Carteret as Governor of Jersey. [L.J., vii., 582–3; Husband, pp. 734–5.] Vol. i., p. 772.
19 September, 1645Ordinance (to continue for six months) authorising the Committee for the Western Association to settle difference between the Committees, officers, and soldiers, and to regulate abuses in Wiltshire. [L.J., vii., 587, Husband, p. 735.] Vol. i., p. 774.
23 September, 1645Ordinance to the collection of monies in arrear in the county of Essex, for the payment of the army late under the command of the Earl of Manchester. [L.J., vii., 595; Husband, p. 738.] Vol. i., p. 775.
23 September, 1645Ordinance for the employment for two months of the 800 Horse in Lincolnshire, raised by the Eastern Association. [L.J., vii., 595; Husband, p. 736.] Vol. i., p. 775.
23 September, 1645Ordinance for the gathering of all Arrears in the County of Essex, of the fifth and twentieth parts of men's estates, and the weekly Assessment for raising and maintaining of the army late under the command of the Earl of Manchester. [L.J., vii., 595; Husband, p. 738.]
23 September, 1645Ordinance continuing up to 29th September, 1646, the Ordinance of 23rd September, 1644, for raising money for the defence of Plymouth, with an additional provision that currants be imported under the same conditions as the other goods. [L.J., vii., 595–6; Husband, p. 738.]
26 September, 1645Ordinance confirming that of 26th May, 1643, for the payment of an annuity of £10,000 to the Earl of Essex, and providing for the payment of arrears of it. [L.J., vii., 601–3.]
27 September, 1645An Ordinance for the further support of the British Army in Ireland (cf. Ord. 18th October, 1644). [L.J., vii., 610–13; Husband, pp. 739–43.] Vol. i., p. 776.
4 October, 1645Ordinance amending and continuing up to 1st January, 1645–6 the Ordinance of 19th April, 1645 for the Committee of the Admiralty. [L.J., vii., 624.] Vol. i., p. 783.
4 October, 1645Ordinance that the accounts of the Excise shall determine on the 29th September, 1645, and be thereafter taken quarterly, on the 25th December, 25th March, 24th June, and 20th September. [L.J., vii., 624; Husband, p. 746.] Vol. i., p. 783.
8 October, 1645Ordinance to settle £8,000 per annum on the Prince Elector Palatine out of the King's revenues and Delinquents' Estates. [L.J., vii., 629–30.] Vol. i., p. 784.
13 October, 1645Ordinance for raising by way of loan £40,000 for the payment of the army of Sir Thomas Fairfax. [L.J., vii., 635–6; Husband, pp. 746–8.] Vol. i., p. 786.
20 October, 1645Ordinance concerning Church Government, with rules and directions concerning suspension from the Sacrament of the Lord's Supper in cases of ignorance and scandal: with the names of the Tryers of the Ability of Elders in the Province of London. [L.J., vii., 649–652.] Vol. i., p. 789.
23 October, 1645Ordinance for advancing money for the payment of waggoners in the City Brigades out of the Excise. [Mentioned L.J., vii., 656. Printed in Husband, pp. 748–9, under date 22nd October.]
28 October, 1645Ordinance for the better security and government of the City of Bristol. [L.J., vii., 664–5.] Vol. i., p. 797.
28 October, 1645Ordinance (to continue for 12 months) for the relief of Leicester after its being plundered by the King's forces. [L.J., vii., 665–6; Husband, pp. 749–50.] Vol. i., p. 799.
1 November, 1645Ordinance for composition for Wardships and Liveries, and for signing of Bills and passing them under the Great Seal, without the King's Signature. [L.J., vii., 673–4; Husband, p. 572.] Vol. i., p. 800.
1 November, 1645Ordinance to settle the Magistracy of Bristol. [L.J., vii., 673.] Vol. i., p. 801.
4 November, 1645Ordinance explaining that of 22nd November, 1643, for the use of the Excise of Northampton for the defence of the town (cf Ordinance 11th September, 1643). [L.J., vii., 677.]
4 November, 1645Ordinance to continue for 12 months for the Ordination of Ministers (the Ordinance of 2nd October, 1644). [L.J., vii., 683–5.]
13 November, 1645Ordinance authorising the treatment as spies, by Martial Law, of all who come from the King's Quarters and do not report themselves within ten days. [L.J., vii., 701; Husband, p. 754.] Vol. i., p. 802.
17 November, 1645Ordinance amending that of 22nd October, 1645, for the payment of waggoners. [L.J., vii., 709; Husband, pp. 756–7.]
18 November, 1645Ordinance appointing a Committee of the Lords and Commons for the disposal of the revenues of the College and Collegiate Church of Westminster. [L.J., vii., 710–11; Husband, pp. 758–9.] Vol. i., p. 803.
24 November, 1645Ordinance disabling the judges who have deserted their places. [L.J., viii., 7.] Vol. i., p. 805.
24 November, 1645Ordinance for an additional Excise or New Impost upon lead, gold, silver, glass, oil, and woollen cloth, etc., for the payment of Artificers for arms and ammunition. [Husband, pp. 760–2; mentioned, but not printed in L.J., viii., 6.] Vol. i., p. 806.
1 December, 1645Ordinance for an assessment of the counties of the Eastern Association for the repayment of monies disbursed by persons in these counties. [L.J., viii., 18; Husband, pp. 764–5.] Vol. i., p. 809.
3 December, 1645Ordinance to establish a garrison at Bristol under Major General Skippon, and to authorise him to execute Martial Law within the city and garrison. [L.J., viii., 23; Husband, pp. 766–7, under date December 2.] Vol. i., p. 811.
3 December, 1645Ordinance to raise by way of loan £31,000 for the payment of the Scots Army (cf. Ord. 20 June, 1645). [L.J., viii., 22; Husband, p. 767.]
4 December, 1645Ordinance for pensions to the servants of the King's children. [L.J., viii., 24–5.]
6 December, 1645Ordinance, continuing for six months the Ordinance of 7th June, 1645, for the execution of Martial Law in Kent. [L.J., viii., 29, 30.]
19 December, 1645Ordinance for the maintenance of preaching ministers in the Northern counties. [L.J., viii., 50; Husband, pp. 769–70.] Vol. i., p. 812.
29 December, 1645Ordinance for the payment of £30,000 out of the Excise for the army of Sir Thomas Fairfax. [L.J., viii., 73.]
30 December, 1645Ordinance, amending that of 17th November, 1645, for the payment of the waggoners of the City Brigade. [L.J., viii., 75; Husband, p. 772.]

Footnotes

* On the 12th May, similar Ordinaces were passed for Sir William Brereton Sir Thomas Middleton and Sir John Price. [L.J., vii., 367–8.]