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'Index - P', Journal of the House of Commons: volume 3: 1643-1644 (1802), pp. 65-72. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=6395 Date accessed: 30 August 2014.


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Paddincton,
-, 1643, Information of a Troop of Horse quartered there, referred to a Committee, 19 June.

Pagett,
-, Lord, 1644, his Petition from Lords, read, and referred to the Commitiee at Goldsmiths Hall, 1 Nov. - House accepts of 500 £ in Discharge of Part of his Fine; Sequestration to be taken off, upon Payment of 500 £ more, 28 - Ordinance for taking it off, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 13 Dec.
-, Lady, 1643, to be discharged from paying an Assessment, 25 July,

Painter,
-, Henry, 1643, to be summoned to appear in the Assembly, 23 Oct.

Palcologus,
-, Colonel, 1644, Petitions and Papers concerning him and the Surgeons, referred to the Committee for Lord General's List, 1 May - Order for paying Part of his Arrears, 3.

Palatine,
-, Elector of, 1643, Conference desired by Lords concerning a Letter from him, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Letter received by the House to be communicated thereat; Conference held, 29 Feb. - Report concerning him to be made; Order for assigning him Money out of the King's Revenue, 31 Mar. - for employing Aulnage-money towards his Relief, 9 May - His Remonstrance to be considered, 24 July.
-, 1644, Lords put House in mind of it, 2 Apr. - Letter to him reported, read, and re-committed; Committee to withdraw; Letter reported from Re-commitment, read, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 3. Signified, 6 - The Committee for the Revenue to be quickened to make speedy Payment of Monies formerly assigned him, 3 - His Letter to the Committee of both Kingdoms, read, and to be considered, 10 May - The Committee to consider what is sit to be done upon his coming into England, 30 Aug. Report of Message to him, agreed to; Lords Concurrence signified; a Committee of both Houses to deliver it - The Committee for the Revenue to desray the Charges of his Entertainment for 14 Days, 31 - His Answer by Word of Mouth presented in Writing - Master of the Ceremonies to attend him during his Stay in England, 3 Sept. - His Memorial to be read, 16. Read, and sent to Lords, 28 - Prince to have Liberty to go to the Assembly, 24 Oct.

Palgrave,
-, William, 1643, to be sent for by Serjeant, 16 Aug.
-, Sir John. Vide Hobart, Sir Miles.

Palmer,
-, Edward, 1642, to be sent for, as a Delinquent, for being a Defaulter in all Services, 22 Mar.
-, Herbert, 1643, Petition referred to the Committee at Haberdashers Hall, 21 Sept.
-, Sir Roger, 1643, Order for sequestering his Estate, 28 Sept. - Voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament, 22 Jan.
-, Richard, 1643, Petition; Pension of 100 £ per Annum granted him; a Committee to consider of Means for paying him; the Committee for the Revenue to pay him in the mean time 40 s. Weekly, 15 Mar.
-, George, 1644, Petition referred to a Committee, 10 May.
-, Mr. 1644, Order for Disposal of the 20th Part assessed upon him, 26 Aug.
-, Sir James, 1644, Order for disposing of his Jewels, &c. sent to Lords, 30 Sept. - Returned, with an Amendment; Amendment agreed to, 4 Oct. Order for delivering them to a Member, returned, with an Amendment; Amendment agreed to, 12.

Palmes,
-, Sir Guy, 1643, Order for sequestering his Estate - Voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament, 28 Sept.

Pamphlets,
-, 1643, Vide Privileges - A Discourse or Parley continued between Extrapatricius and Peregrine in France touching the Civil Wars in England and Ireland, referred to the Committee for Examinations, 11 Aug.
-, 1644, Pamphlet, intitled, Discourse of a true-hearted Englishman, referred to the Committee for Examinations, 3 July - Book, intituled, &c. concerning the tolerating all Sorts of Religion, to be burnt by the common Hangman, 9 Aug. - The Committee for Printing to inquire out the Authors, Printers, and Publishers, of a Pamphlet against the Immortality of the Soul, and concerning Divorce, 20.

Pancras,
-, 1643, Order for sequestering the Living, read, and agreed to, 18 Oct.

Pansield,
-, 1643, Order for sequestering the Living, read, and agreed to, 7 Oct.

Papists,
-, 1642, Ordinance for sequestering their Estates, 15 Mar. Vide Delinquents.
-, 1644, Ordinance for keeping Courts of Papists in the several Counties, read twice, and committed, 3 July.

Parchments.
-, Vide Books.

Parker,
-, Sir Philip, 1643, to attend; the Covenant to be tendered to him, 1 Nov. Delivers his Scruples; further Time allowed him, 2. Desires to be excused; Order for suspending, him, 6 - For assessing him his 20th Part, 25 - Has Leave to come into the House, and take the Covenant, 22 Jan. Takes it, 28.
-, Henry, 1643, Petition read, and referred to a Committee; Declaration that the House is sensible of his good Services, 18 Nov.
-, Thomas, 1644, Petition, with a Certificate annexed, concerning the Clerkship of the Peace for Cambridgeshire - Motion for William Robinson for the same Place, severally to be considered, 7 Aug.
-, Mr. and Mr. Abbott, 1644; Petition to be read, 26 Oct. - Referred to a Committee on the Ordinance for appointing a Register of the Prerogative Court, 6 Nov.

Parkhurst,
-, Mr. 1643, the Committee at Haberdashers Hall to ease him in the Assessment of his 20th Part, 8 Aug.

Parks,
-, 1644, Ordinance from Lords concerning them, 24 July.

Parlevant,
-, Arthur, a Surgeon, 1644, his Neglect of repairing to the Army, referred to the Commisioners for martial Law, 1 Nov.

Parliament,
-, 1643, Letter concerning the King's granting Warrants to seize the Estates of Contributors to the Parliament; Conference to be desired with Lords thereupon; Managers appointed, 27 Mar.
-, 1644, a Committee of both Houses to examine a Business reflecting upon the Parliament, 27 Apr. - Report; the Committee to consider of the Matter of Fact, 13 May - Another Committee to consider of discovering the Estates of such as die in Arms against the Parliament, 12 June - Another Committee to consider of Relief to Persons whose Ancestors died in their Service, 3 July - Order for a Provost Martial to attend at Places adjacent to the Parliament, 10 Sept.

Parndon,
-, Much, 1643, Order for sequestering the Living, read, and agreed to; 25 Dec.

Parr,
-, Richard, 1643, Petition referred to the Committee for the Navy; Order for Stay of Suits, 7 Dec.

Parry,
-, Ellis, 1643. Vide Privileges.
-, Dr. George, 1643, voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament, 22 Jan.
-, Captain Walter, 1643, to have Pistols, &c. to recruit his Troop, 30 Oct. - His Petition referred to the Committee for Gloucester, 8 Nov. - Another Petition, 12 Feb. Vide Guillim.

Parsonages,
-, 1643, No Ordinance for sequestering them to be brought in, except reported from the Committee for plundered Ministers, and approved by the Assembly, 9 Oct.

Parsons,
-, Fenton, 1643, to have Licence to pass into Ireland, 14 Apr.
-, Sir William, 1643, his Letters read, 5 June - Letters concerning him referred to the Committee for Irish Affairs, 13 Sept. - 3 Oct. - His Petition, and Certificate concerning him, specially recommended to the same Committee, 7 - Accusation against him; Declaration thereupon, 26.
-, 1644, to be exchanged for such Person as the House shall approve, 23 Aug. - The Committee for Prisoners to consider of a fit Person, 16 Oct.
-, Sir John, 1644, Information of Fee-farm Rents payable to the Six Clerks, in his Hands, referred to a Committee, 13 June.
-, Captain, 1644, his Relation of Passages concerning the Irish Propositions to the King at Oxon, referred to a Committee; Order for his attending them; thanked thereupon, 1 June - Order for accommodating him with Furniture for a House, 26 Oct. - For paying him 100 £ towards his Arrears, 21 Dec.

Pashley,
-, Dr. 1643, to be summoned to appear in the Assembly, 23 Oct.

Passes,
-, 1643, Women and Children, except Males above 16, and Children of Papists and Merchants, to be permitted to pass beyond Sea, 9 Aug. To bring a Testimony from the Committee at Haberdashers Hall, before any Motion for their going, 16 - A Committee to consider of regulating Passes, 23 Dec.
-, 1644, Order for their Meeting, and making Report, 7 June.

Paston,
-, Sir William, 1643, Order for stopping Letters going to him beyond Sea - For his Return into England within a limited Time, 14 June - Order for securing his Plate seized at Yarmouth, 7 Dec. - A Committee to consider what Proportion is to be allowed him out of his Estate, 22 Mar.
-, Mr. 1644, to be sent for, as a Delinquent, for harbouring a Spy, 19 Dec.

Patrons,
-, 1643, Ordinance for preserving their Rights, and supplying Cures with good Ministers, read, and committed, 6 Nov.

Paul's
-, Cross, 1643, a Committee to prepare Ordinance for Lord Mayor to appoint Preachers there, 12 May. Ordinance for that Purpose, 26.
-, Church, 1643, Order for opening it, removing all offensive Matters, and setting up a Lecture every Sunday Afternoon; Lecturer appointed; to be allowed 400 £ per Annum out of the sequestered Estates of the Dean and Chapter; Lords Concurrence to be desired - Order for sequestering their Revenues, Charters, &c. 8 Mar.
-, 1644, Order for selling a Silver Vessel found there 17 Apr. - For selling a Mitre and Crosier Staff, 24 - Touching the Disposal of a Legacy given for Repair of the Church, 24 July - Petition of Officers, referred to the Committee for Sequestrations, 9 Aug.

Pawle,
-, Captain Thomas, 1644, to be sent up in safe Custody, 19 Nov.

Pawlett,
-, Serjeant Major, 1643, to be exchanged for Sir Edward Seymour, 8 July.

Payler,
-, Mr. 1643, to continue his Place in the Tower, notwithstanding his Absence, 10 Oct.

Payne,
-, Henry, 1643, referred to Lord General and the Council of War, 3 Apr. - 18 Dec. - To be committed to Newgate in the mean time, 18.

Pearne,
-, Mr. desired to preach, 26 Apr. 1643 - 17 Apr. 1644 - Thanked, and to print his Sermon, 31 May 1643 - 23 Apr. 1644.

Peaseley,
-, Captain, 1643, Order for his Discharge, 6 Apr.
-, Edward, 1644, Petition read, and laid aside, 24 May.

Pedmarsh,
-, 1643, Ordinance for sequestering the Living, read, and agreed to, 18 Apr. Sent to Lords, 28.

Peisley,
-, James, 1643, Examination of him taken by a Committee, 27 May.
-, Edmund, 1643, Petition referred to the Commissioners of the Admiralty, 18 Aug.
-, 1644, another read, and referred to the Committee for Gloucester, 13 June - Ordinance for settling Houses belonging to Sir Nicolas Crispe on him, his Executors, &c. for 99 Years, read; Question for rejecting it, Neg. 28 June - Order for public Faith to him for Money raised by the Sale of his Goods taken by Parliament Ships, 7 Aug.

Peed,
-, Mr. 1643, to be sent up in safe Custody, 24 Oct.

Pelkam,
-, Fornax, 1643, Order for sequestering the Living, read, and agreed to, 22 Aug.

Pell,
-, James, 1643, referred to Lord General and the Council of War, 3 Apr.

Pembroke,
-, Earl of, 1643, to have Warrant to pass Two Horses to Geneva, 12 Aug. - To convey Wines to the North of Trent, 31 Oct. - To convey Lead and Iron from the North, 10 Jan.
-, 1644, to be thanked for advancing his Credit to supply Necessaries for Lyme - The Committee for the Revenue to consider of his Losses, 16 May - To pursue the former Order, 8 June - To be thanked for raising Men in the Isle of Wight, 2 Sept.
-, County, 1643, Lord General to be moved to send down Forces, 29 May.
-, 1644, Business concerning it communicated by Lords at a Conference; to be considered, 8 Apr. Relations of reduceing the County, read; Gentlemen of the County and Commanders of the Fleet to be thanked; Relations to be printed and published; Conference desired with Lords concerning them; Managers appointed, 11. Member thanked for his Services in Wales, and desired to prepare Instructions for carrying on Affairs there, 18 - Order for 1,000 £ to buy Arms and Ammunition for the County, 27. Agreed to by Lords, 30 - Letter and Relation of a Fight near Caermarthen, read; Orders thereupon, 4 June. Vide Smith, Captain, and Swantey - Letter concerning the State of the County and Forces thereabouts, and concerning the taking 30 Irish Officers going to Bristol; Order thereupon, 13 July. Vide Bennett, Captain - Committees added; several removed, 26 - Lords Concurrence signified, 14 Aug. - Order for landing Forces to reduce the County, 26 July - for paying 130 £ for Horses and Furniture - Letter from thence referred to the Committee of both Kingdoms, and the Committee for the Navy, 3 Aug. Members to confer with the latter, 14 - Order for providing Arms, &c. for the Garisons, 31 - Committees Letter referred to the Committee for the Navy; Commanders to be thanked, 28 Nov.

Penning,
-, John, 1644, his Composition, with the Reason thereof, reported; Resolutions thereupon; Committee to agree with him according to them, 27 July.

Pennington,
-, John, 1643, Order for Sale of his sequestered Goods, 29 June.

Pennoyer,
-, William, 1643, Petition referred to the Committee for the Navy; Order for Stay of Suits at Law, 7 Dec. - Another concerning Goods, &c. detained at Dunkirk, read, and referred to the same Committee, 15 Jan.
-, 1644, another Petition, referred to the Committee for Irish Affairs, 1 July - Another concerning Two Ships detained in Zealand, referred to the Committee for Complaints against the Subjects of Holland, 24 - Another concerning Arms contracted for by the Committee for Safety, referred to a Committee; Instruction to take care the Arms be tried, 7 Sept. Resolution for agreeing to the Bargain made by them, 10.

Pennyfeather,
-, John, 1643. Vide Privileges.

Penrose,
-, Thomas, 1643, to have Warrant to pass to Leyden, 29 Aug.
-, Mr. 1644, to be sent for in safe Custody, 9 Aug.

Penvose,
-, William, 1643, to be exchanged for Richard Penwarne, 19 Sept.

Pepper,
-, 1643. Vide Supply.

Percivall,
-, John, 1643, Information touching his fraudulent landing Goods at Lyme; Governor to be desired to summon him to appear, and, upon Refusal, to send him up in safe Custody, 5 Oct.
-, Mr. 1643, Order for Payment of his Arrears, 21 Oct.
-, 1644, a Committee to consider his Losses during the Defection of Lynn, and of Reparation to him, 3 July.
-, Sir Anth. Vide Dover.

Perepointe,
-, William, 1643, Order for discharging him, upon taking the Protestation, 11 Apr.

Perpool
-, Lane, 1643, Report concerning Monies found there, re-committed, 20 Mar.
-, 1644, Order for paying it to Sir Thomas Middleton, 29 Apr.

Perrott,
-, Mr. 1643, committed, to Lord Petre's House, 20 June.

Perry,
-, 1643. Vide Supply, and Beer.

Pescodd,
-, Mr. 1643, to be sent for in safe Custody, 1 & 13 Apr.

Peter,
-, William and Henry, 1643, Order for sequestering their Estates, 30 Sept.

Peter,
-, St. Cornhill, 1643, Members to appoint Ministers to officiate, 12 May - Order for sequestering the Living, 22 Aug.
-, St. the Poor, 1643, Order for sequestering the Living, read, and agreed to, 27 Oct.
-, St. a Ship, of Rotterdam, 1644, Complaint concerning its being taken by Parliament Ships, 16 Oct.

Peterborough,
-, 1643, Letters informing that the Cavaliers were before the Town, referred to the Committee for Safety, 20 July.
-, Countess of, 1643, her Second Son to have Warrant to go beyond Sea, 18 July.
-, 1644, Order for paying her the Earl's Arrears, 5 Oct. - Conference desired by Lords concerning breaking open her Doors, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; Offender committed. Vide Hartson. Members to give her Satisfaction touching his Carriage, 12.

Peters,
-, Mr. 1643, thanked, and to have 100 £ and a Study of Books to that Value, 8 Mar.
-, 1644, Order for delivering them out of the Archbishop of Canterbury's Study, 25 Apr. - For delivering the whole Study, 27 June.

Petersfield,
-, 1643, Order for Indemnity of the Mayor for not publishing a Proclamation, 4 May.

Peterson,
-, Peter. Vide Nicholson, Trulls.
-, Captain John, 1643, Order for Payment of his Arrears, 6 Sept.

Petitions,
-, 1643, no Motions to be made for private Petitions after 9 o'Clock, 6 Apr.
-, 1644, Day appointed for receiving and hearing them, 27 Sept. - For hearing those received, 30 Sept. - 3 Oct. - A Committee to consider of Petitions presented, and present them to the House, 3 Oct.

Petre,
-, Lady, 1642, Order for sending Four of her Horses to Lord General, 22 Mar.
-, Lord, 1643, Order for sequestering his Estate, 30 Sept. - Message from Lords concerning it; the Committee to proceed with the Sequestration, 24 Oct. - Receivers appointed, 13 Nov.
-, 1644, Petition from Lords in his behalf, 25 Mar. - Order for levying upon his Estate Money due to the Court of Wards, 1 Apr.
-, Clement, 1644, the Committee for Prisoners to send him to a safe Place, 29 July.

Pett,
-, Joseph, 1643, to be admitted into the Place at Chatham which Lord Warwick designed him, 13 Nov.

Pettitt,
-, Dominic, &c. 1643, Petition read, and referred to the Committee for the Navy, 17 Aug. - Ordinance enabling him and others to weigh Ships, &c. by new-invented Engines, read; Question for Commitment, Neg.; Ordinance passed, 21. Agreed to by Lords, 26.

Pettus,
-, Katharine, 1643, a Committee to prepare Ordinance to enable her to prosecute her Suits in Chancery, 4 July. Ordinance for that Purpose, 5 - Sent to Lords, 2 Aug. - Another Ordinance concerning her sent to Lords, 2 Sept.

Peyton,
-, Sir Thomas, 1643, to be summoned to attend the Service of the House, 5 Apr. - To be sent for in safe Custody, 11 May - Order for sequestering his Estate, 28 - Voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament, 5 Feb.
-, 1644, Report concerning him; Order for admitting him to a Fine and Composition; Committee to compound with him, 23 Oct.
-, Thomas, 1643. Order for stopping Letters going to him beyond Sea - For his Return into England within a limited Time, 14 June.

Phelps,
-, Thomas, 1643, Order indemnifying him for paying Rent for the Use of the Parliament, 22 Aug.

Philips,
-, Joseph, 1643, Order for seizing his Monies for Discharge of Bonds due upon Customs, 8 May.
-, Edward, 1643, voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament, 5 Feb.

Phillibrowne,
-, William, 1643, to be sent to Lord General, to be put upon a Council of War - Order for his Commitment to Newgate in the mean time, 18 Dec.

Physicians,
-, 1643, Covenant to be tendered to them and Apothecaries, 27 Feb.

Pickering,
-, Mr. 1643, Judgment to be entered in the King's Bench, in a Cause between him and the Duke d'Espernon, 9 Feb.
-, James, 1643, Petition against him, referred to the Committee for Obstructions in Courts of Justice, 14 Sept.
-, Captain, 1643, Petition referred to the Committee for Irish Affairs, 1 July.
-, Mr. 1644, desired to preach, 30 Oct. - Thanked, and to print his Sermon, 27 Nov.

Piclomini,
-, Duke, 1644, his Business referred to the Committee of both Kingdoms, 22 Apr.

Picott,
-, Thomas, 1644, Petition against him referred to the Committee for plundered Ministers, 30 May - Letter and Depositions referred, 9 Aug.

Pictures,
-, Superstitions, Vide Church Government.

Pierce,
-, Kenibara, 1643, Petition referred to the Committee for reforming Lord General's Army, 26 Feb. - Report; voted innocent; Order for discharging her, and restoring her Goods, 18 Mar.
-, Griffith, 1643. Petition, 5 Sept. Vide Ireland.

Pierre,
-, Sebastian la, 1643, to have Warrant to pass into France, 10 Apr.

Pierrepont,
-, Mr. 1643, to have Warrant to send to Oxon for a Pass to attend his Father's Funeral, 28 July.
-, 1644, to have Earl of Kingston's sequestered Coach and Appurtenances, 6 June.

Piggott,
-, Richard, 1644, Petition referred to the Committee for Accounts, 10 May. Order for making Report, 21.

Pilson,
-, Mr. 1643, to be summoned to attend, to give Account of his going to Oxon, 11 July.

Pinchon,
-, Mr. 1643, Order for restoring his Horses, 27 June - Revoked, 1 July - His Petition referred to the Committee for Obstructions in Courts of Justice, 21 Sept.

Pindar,
-, Martin, 1644, Petition referred to the Committee for Establishment of Lord General's Army, 10 May.

Pitt,
-, Mr. 1644, referred to the Commissioners for martial Law, for endeavouring to prevail upon the Governor to betray Rushall Castle; Governor not to depart till examined upon Oath, 5 Oct.

Pitts,
-, Edward, 1643, Order for Sale of his Plate, 22 May. - John, 1643, Petition, 12 Feb. Vide Guillim.

Pix
-, Money. Vide Harley, Sir Robert; 1643, Ordinance concerning the Trial thereof, agreed to by Lords; a Committee of both Houses to try it, 20 May.
-, 1644, another Ordinance to the same Purport, agreed to by Lords, 8 July. A Committee to try it, 15.

Plague,
-, 1643, Order for removing Persons afflicted therewith in London and Westminster, 21 Oct.

Plance,
-, Mrs. 1643, a Committee to search her Goods seized by the Sequestrators, 20 Sept.

Plantations,
-, 1643, a Committee to certify the Names of poor Planters, that they may have Pass to return, 13 Sept. - Petition of Planters and Agents, referred to Lord Admiral, 3 Jan.

Player,
-, Captain, 1643, Conference desired with Lords concerning the committing him for seizing and not restoring Mr. Carew's Horses; Speaker enjoins him to pay no Fees to the Officer in whose Custody he is, and to detain the Horses; thanks him, and promises some further Course for his Satisfaction, 17 Apr.

Playsere,
-, Mrs. 1643, Order for paying her Part of her Husband's Arrears, 4 May.

Playter,
-, Mr. 1643, Order against his making Farthings, and for seizing Tools and Farthings in his Custody; Patent to be brought to the Committee at Haberdashers Hall, 12 Apr. His Acquittances since the Beginning of July last to be brought to them, 21.

Playters,
-, Sir William, 1642, to be summoned to attend, 16 Mar.
-, 1643, to be assessed his 20th Part, 25 Nov.
-, Thomas, 1644, to be admitted to Fine and Composition; Sequestration to be discharged upon paying 1,000 £ - Order for Disposal thereof, 30 Nov. - For his Father to pay the Remainder, 23 Dec.

Pleddall,
-, Mr. 1643, to attend the Committee for sequestering absent Members Estates, 28 Sept. - Voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament, 5 Feb.

Plot,
-, 1643, a Committee to send for, examine, and commit, any Persons, and seize Papers, and do what they think good to prevent the Danger threatened to the Kingdom and City, 31 May - State of the Examinations taken upon the Discovery of the late Plot - of seizing the City - forcing the Parliament - and joining with the King's Armies; Examinations and other Papers read; Committees Observations presented; Lord Mayor to be thanked; public Thanksgiving ordered. Vide Thanksgiving - Committee to prepare an Oath to be taken by the whole Kingdom. Vide Covenant - The Design and Discovery to be communicated to Lord General, Lord Admiral, and the City - Free Pardon to such as come in voluntarily by a Day appointed - City to be desired to keep stricter Guards; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 6 June. Conference desired with them, agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, 7. The Committee to be thanked, and desired to proceed in a further Examination; Lord General to be moved for a Commission to try the Conspirators, 8. Another Committee to withdraw and state the Narrative of the Fact and Danger; Narrative to be read in Churches on the Thanksgiving Day, 14. Lord General's Commission sent to the Earl of Manchester; Time and Place for the Trial, 26. Lord Mayor to prepare Conveniencies in Guildhall, 27. Further Examinations read. Vide Northumberland, Earl of - Report of Evidences; the Committee to be desired to be present at the Trials; Members to attend the Service required of them by the Commission, to be acquainted with an intercepted Letter from divers Scots Lords who have practised against this State; Conference to be desired with Lords concerning sending a Messenger to demand Justice; a Committee to prepare Heads and a Letter to be sent, 9 May. Letter read, and recommitted; several Lords voted Incendiaries; Messenger appointed; Order for 50£ to him, 10. Letter reported, agreed to, and sent to Lords; Conference desired by them, agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, and reported; a Committee of both Houses to consider of the Narrative Part and Matter of Fact, 12 - Letters and a Declaration, discovering a Plot for making Peace with the Irish Rebels, and then, by their Assistance, to make War upon Scotland, to be perused by a Member, 27 June - The Lords declared Incendiaries within the Act of Pacification; the Assembly to be desired to proceed against them, 18 July - Letter from Lord Chancellor of Scotland, with a Certificate from them, communicated by Lords, 27.

Plackley,
-, 1643, Order for sequestering the Living, read, and agreed to, 7 Sept.

Plunkett,
-, Walter, 1643, to have Licence to pass into Ireland, 14 Apr.
-, Captain, 1643, Letter concerning his chasing Vessels; Lord Admiral and Admiral upon the Irish Coasts to be acquainted therewith, 13 June.
-, 1644, Lord Admiral impowered to discharge or continue him, 4 Apr. - To be examined upon Oath in the Admiralty Court; to be sent for in safe Custody, 14 May. Lord Admiral to be acquainted with the Cause of his Complaint, 21. His Petition, and Order for his Discharge, 4 June - His Principals to give Security for his faithful Carriage to the State, 25 Nov.

Plymouth,
-, 1643, Order for Indemnity of the Mayor for staying Ships, and selling the Corn, 27 Mar. - Lecturer recommended, 3 July - Order for appointing Ministers, read, and agreed to, 24 - For Repayment of Monies advanced for the Service of the Town, 28 Aug. - Lord Mayor to be moved to hasten the Payment of Money for that Service, 2 Sept. - Letter from thence, relating an Intention to deliver up the Island and Fort; Resolutions thereupon. Vide Carew, Sir Alexander, and Bedford - Mayor to be thanked, and desiring to take care of the Place, and set apart a Day for a Thanksgiving there; Member to prepare Ordinance for indennifying him and others, 4 - Prize Ships to be sent thither with Soldiers and Provisions, 12 - The Committee for the Militia to be desired to provide forthwith Monies promised for the Town - The Committee for the Navy to provide Powder, 16 Oct. - Letters and Examinations from thence, referred to the Committee for Western Parts, to take care of furnishing Powder, &c. Order for Security to a Person advancing 2,000 £ 28 - A Committee of both Houses to consider of the Preservation of the Town, 3 Nov. - Ordinance for raising One Tenth more upon Merchandize, &c. read, and agreed to, 11. Sent to Lords, 13. Agreed to by them, with an Amendment; Amendment agreed to, 15 - Treasurers appointed, 2 & 9 Dec. - Lord Admiral's Letter concerning the Town, read, and referred to a Committee, 13 Nov. - Order for sending 500 Soldiers; Lord Admiral to be desired to send a Convoy with them, 15. - Governor's Letter and Oath, tendered by him to the Inhabitants, read, and to be printed; Letter of Thanks to him, read, and agreed to, 18 - Petition, desiring Supplies, read, 30. - Order concerning the Town, agreed to by Lords, with an Amendment; Amendment agreed to - Committees added, 11 Dec. Lords Concurrence signified - Letters relating their good Success against the Forces before the Town, read, and referred to a Committee, 12 - Order for Repayment of Monies borrowed for the Safety thereof, 3 Feb. Sent to Lords, 5 - Order for employing 1,500 £ for that Service, 1 Mar. - A Committee to prepare Ordinance for public Faith for Money advanced, 23.
-, 1644, Order for employing concealed Money belonging to Cornish Men, hereafter discovered, for the Use of Plymouth, 3 May - Lord Admiral's Letter concerning providing Ships, referred to the Committee for the Navy, 9 - Order for furnishing them with Gunners and Gunners Stores, 20 - Examination of the Business concerning Gentlemen come from thence, referred to the Committee for Gloucester, 14 - Ordinance for further Relief of the Town, read, 20. Committed, 25. - Letter relating the Success of some Soldiers of the Garison, 30 - Order for delivering 100 Barrels of Powder, 1 & 17 June - Governor's Letter concerning Supplies, read, and referred to the Committee, 15 July - The Committee for Gloucester to examine Passages of placing and displacing Officers for a Year passed, 16 Aug. - Letter concerning the Garison, &c. referred to the Committee for the West, 27 - Victuals intended for Lord General's Army, to be left there - Governor appointed; Lord General to be moved for a Commission to him, 7 Sept. - The Committee of both Kingdoms to consider of sending down Forces, 9 - Letter concerning the State of the Town, and that it has been summoned by the King, with an inclosed Letter from Lord Digby to the Governor - The Committee for the Town to consider of an Addition of One Half per Cent. more - Order for paying Billet-money, and repairing the Damages sustained by this long Siege - Members to prepare Letter of Encouragement, 16 - Order for sending Cloaths and Money, 18. Explained, 20 - Order for employing Money collected for the Use of the Town as the Committee shall think fit, agreed to by Lords, 28 - For 2,000 £ for recruiting their Horse, 9 Oct. Agreed to by Lords, 11 - Letter desiring Supply of Men and Arms, read; Order for sending Arms, 14 - Governor's Letter concerning Captain Joseph Greenvile, executed for endeavouring to betray the Town, and desiring Supplies, referred to the Committee for the West, 17.

Polewheele,
-, John, 1643, voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament, 22 Jan.

Pollard,
-, Sir Hugh, 1643, his Petition to be removed to his own House, communicated by Lords, 27 Mar. - Message from them concerning him, to be considered, 2 May - A Committee to peruse Letters about him, 6 - Order for committing him a close Prisoner; a Committee to consider of the Place and Manner, 12 June - To be sent to Lord Fairfax, 14 Aug. - Order for delivering him to Mr. Stockdale, to be removed to such Place as he shall think sit, and set at Liberty when Sir John Savile and Captain Hooper are - Order for him to pay the Charges of his Imprisonment before he is set at full Liberty, 31 - For his Commitment to the Tower, and Continuance there till a positive Answer is given concerning the Exchange, 16 Sept. - His Petition read; nothing done there upon, 26 Oct.

Pothill,
-, David, 1643, ordered into Custody; Examination referred to the Committee for compounding with Prisoners, 19 Aug. - Order for his Discharge - Accusations against him referred to the Deputy Lieutenants and Committees of Kent, 22 Sept.

Poole,
-, 1643, Petition of Mayor, and Examination of him, referred to the Committee for Examinations, 18 Apr. - A Committee to consider of borrowing 300 £ for Preservation of the Town, 15 Aug. - Letter of Encouragement read, and to be signed by Speaker, 16 - Relation of an Endeavour to betray the Town, read, 20 Sept. - Order for allowing the Lading of Two Prize Ships towards Payment of the Garison, 21 Oct. - For employing 200 £ for the Town, 24 - A Committee of both Houses to consider of the Preservation thereof; Lords Concurrence signified, 3 Nov. - The Committee for the Navy to consider of the Maintenance of Four Ships for that Service; Letter from thence referred, 7. Order for sending down Pistols, 8 - For paying Monies, 11 Dec. Governor to have Liberty to compound with Prisoners, and a Person who endeavoured to betray the Town; Compositionmonies to be employed for Defence thereof, 23 - Governor to dispose of Prisoners and Monies taken at Dorchester to the Officers and Soldiers of the Garison; Persons specially recommended to his Consideration; Papers taken there, referred to the Committee for Examinations, 26 Feb.
-, 1644, Order for advancing 300 £ 4 Apr. - State of the Town specially recommended to the Committee of both Kingdoms, 17 - Order for borrowing 500 £ 10 June - For delivering Stores, 13 - For delivering Ordnance, 28 Sept.

Poole,
-, Sir William, 1643, voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament; new Writ ordered; Order for sequestering his Money in Sir Thomas Fanshawe's Hands, 24 June.
-, Sir Nevile, 1644, to be paid 10 £ Weekly out of the King's Revenue, 5 Apr.

Pope,
-, 1643, his Bull for canonizing Catholics that die in the War, referred to a Committee; Committee to translate it, and make a Preface, 28 Sept. - Bull, and Declaration thereupon read, agreed to, and to be printed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 5 Oct.

Popery,
-, 1643, Conference desired with Lords concerning Papers shewing the Rife thereof in England and Ireland, agreed to; Message from Lords, for deferring it; Answer thereto; Managers appointed; Conference held, 18 Oct.

Popham,
-, Mr. 1643, his Letter concerning the taking a Ship by his Troop, read, and referred to a Committee, 17 Apr.
-, Colonel, 1644, to be recommended to Sir William Waller for an Employment, 23 May - To raise Forces in Somersetshire for Defence of the County, 17 July.

Port,
-, James de la, 1643, to have Warrant to pass to Oxon, 26 May.

Porter,
-, Sir William, 1643, to be discharged from the Payment of an Assessment, 25 July.
-, Endimion, 1643, intercepted Letter from him read, and redelivered to Member who brought it, 30 Mar. - Order for delivering his Horses to Mr. Rushworth, 14 June - Information concerning an Estate of his in Mr. Courteen's Hands, referred to the Committee for the West, 15 Nov.
-, Major General, 1644, committed to the Tower, 22 Aug.
-, To be exchanged for Major Kerr, 10 Oct. - House insist upon the Order; Lieutenant of the Tower to stay him; Lord General to be acquainted with the Orders, 29 Nov. Debate of the Business to be resumed, 30 - Previous Question for adhering to the former Vote, Affirmative; main Question, Neg.; Matter to be left to Lord General, 2 Dec.

Portland,
-, Isle of, 1643, Minister appointed, 4 July.
-, Earl of, 1643, Message to Lords, desiring he may be secured, and examined by a Committee touching the Plot for seizing the City, forcing the Parliament, and joining with the King's Forces, agreed to; Conference desired with them concerning his Examination, agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, 12 June - Message, desiring his Horses may be secured, 16 - Another, desiring he may be re-examined; Answer thereto; Conference desired thereupon, agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, and reported, 17 - A Committee of both Houses to confer with him, 20 - Message from Lords, desiring Edmund Waller may be present at his Examination; Members to take the Charge of bringing him, 29 - Examination reported, 1 July - Message from Lords, touching his Petition to them, 8 - Message to them, desiring he may be examined in the Presence of some Members, and made a close Prisoner, agreed to; Time appointed for the Examination, 10 - His Petition to be considered, 15 - Message from Lords concerning another Petition, and their Resolution thereupon; Conference to be desired with them; a Committee to prepare Heads, 17 - Message from Lords concerning a Third Petition; Conference to be desired thereupon; a Committee to prepare Heads, 28. Free Conference desired, and agreed to; Managers appointed; free Conference held, 29.

Portman,
-, Sir William, 1643, to be apprehended as a Delinquent, 10 Apr. - Order for sequestering his Estate in Middlesex, 7 Oct. - Voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament, 5 Feb.

Portsmouth,
-, 1643, Letter concerning Ships lying there; Mayor to be sent for as a Delinquent. Vide Zele - Governor to deliver the Guns and Gun Stores belonging to the Ships, 1 Apr. To fornish them with 217 Barrels of Powder, 5 - Ordinance for raising Monies for Pay of the Garison, read, and agreed to, 24 - Order for replacing Powder sent to Coventry, 13 May - For replacing Powder sent to Crowland, 19 - For replacing Powder sent to Denbighshire and Weymouth, 10 June - Petition of the Town and Garison, for Sir William Waller to be Governor; Lord General to be moved for a Commission to him, 12 Sept. - Letter, with another inclosed, concerning their Want of Victuals, read, 29 - A Committee to confer with Lord Wharton concerning the Government, &c. of the Town, and to furnish them with Necessaries; Person appointed to take care of the Government till it is settled, 28 Oct. Lord Wharton's Answer read; Order amended; Lord General to be desired to take care a fit Man be put in, 30 - His Answer reported, 2 Nov. Further Answer; the Committee continued; Lord General to be moved for a new Commission to them, 4 - A Committee to prepare Ordinance for charging the Western Counties with a Rate towards paying the Garison, 6 - Order for delivering Ordnance, &c., to a ship lying before the Town, 8 Jan.
-, 1644, a Committee to consider of discharging Engagements for the Town and Ports, and prepare an Establishment of constant Pay, 9 May - Instruction to consider of providing 1,000 £ for Payment of the Garison, 16 - A Committee to prepare Ordinance for disposing of Delinquents Estates, discovered by them, for the Use of the Town, 18. To confer with Officers of the Army that can discover them, 21. Ordinance read twice, and committed, 25. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 30. Passed, 1 June - A Committee to receive Examinations concerning Monies and Goods discovered in pursuance thereof, 7 Sept. - Present Payment of Monies due to the Garison, recommended to the Committee for the Revenue - Ordinance for allowing 500 £ issuing out of the Excise in Hants for them, 6 July - Ordinance re-committed; Committee to confer with the Commissioners, 19. Ordinance passed, 24. Sent to Lords, 20 - Lord General's Letter concerning the Defence of the Town, 24 Sept. - Order for recruiting and paying the Forces; Member to prepare Ordinance for that Purpose, 7 Oct. Ordinance read - Order for paying 1,000 £ 17 - Letters concerning the Garison, referred to the Committee of both Kingdoms, 13 Nov. - A Committee to consider of providing 3,000 £ for it - Another Committee to consider of Propositions for the future Payment thereof, 10 Dec. - Ordinance for 2,000 £ out of a Composition, agreed to by Lords, 19 - Ordinance for Payment of the Remainder, agreed to by them, 24.

Portugal
-, Ambassador, 1643, Message to him touching the harbouring ill-affected Persons, and the frequent Resort of Papists to Mass at his House, 12 June - His Agent to have Warrant to go to Oxon, 1 July - Order for printing the Ambassador's Book, 16 Dec.
-, 1644, his Information concerning the Trade in the River of Almazonas, referred to the Committee of both Kingdoms, 5 July - Latin Letter to be sent to the King, reported, 23 Aug. - Another read, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence signified; Resident's Letter from Lords, referred to a Committee of both Houses, 10 Oct.
-, Merchants, 1644, Petition referred to the Committee of both Kingdoms, 20 Aug.

Postmasters,
-, 1643, Letter complaining of them, referred to a Member, 28 Mar. - Protection granted to those between London and Hull, 12.
-, 1644, Ordinance appointing a Postmaster, read, and passed, 7 Sept. Sent to Lords, 9.

Potter,
-, Benjamin, Daniel, and David, 1643. Vide Privileges.
-, Mr. 1643, Order for sequestering his Estate, 28 Sept.
-, John, 1644, approved to be a Commissioner to reside with Lord General's Army, 10 May.

Pottleye,
-, Colonel, 1643, Order for Three Days Pay to his Men, and sending them to Sir William Waller, 5 Dec. Sir William to be desired to send for them, and pay them a Fortnight's Pay - Colonel to cashier Two Captains, 9.

Potts,
-, Sir John, 1644, Ordinance for reimbursing 1,200 £ undertaken by him for sending Provisions to the Army, read, and agreed to, 1 Nov. Sent to Lords, 4.

Povey,
-, Captain Allen, 1643, Petition referred to the Committee for Advance of Monies, 9 Dec.
-, 1644, to be added to the first Reformadoes to receive Pay, 18 Apr.

Poultrey,
-, 1643. Vide Supply.

Poultry
-, Compter, 1644, a Committee to examine Misdemeanors of the Keeper, 4 May.

Powell,
-, William, 1643, Order for discharging him, upon taking the Protestation, 11 Apr.
-, Colonel Thomas, 1644, to be summoned to attend, to answer a Petition against him - Not to depart the Kingdom, 16 June.
-, Captain Rice, 1644, Order for 100 £ to him, 8 May.
-, Jonathan, 1644, Petition read; Order for 130 £ to him, 19 Dec.

Powess,
-, Lady, 1644, Petition from Lords, for an Allowance, read, 10 Apr.

Pratt,
-, Sir George, and Mr. Campbell, 1642, a Committee to consider how Monies due to them may be received, 22 Mar.

Prerogative
-, Court, 1643, a Committee to prepare Ordinance for making a Judge thereof, 19 May - None of the Records to be removed to Oxon, 1 June - Order for delivering them to Mr. Linch, 2 Sept.
-, 1644, Member to prepare Ordinance for appointing a Register, 21 June - Order for reading it, 26 Oct. - 1 Nov. Petitions concerning it to be read, 1. Ordinance read twice, and committed; Petition referred, 6. Order for Meeting of the Committee, 21 - Ordinance constituting a Judge, read twice, and committed, 25 June - Order for making Report, 28 Sept. - Reported, and re-committed to another Committee, 4 Oct. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 26 - Passed, and sent to Lords, 1 Nov.

Prevost,
-, Jehan, 1643, to have Warrant to pass into France, 10 Apr.

Price,
-, Mr. 1643, Business concerning him referred to the Committee for Examinations, 26 Jan.
-, Sir John, 1643, Lord General to be desired to propound a fit Person in Exchange for him, 5 Feb.
-, 1644, the Committee of both Kingdoms to take care of arming Forces raised by him, 23 Oct.
-, William, 1643, voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament, 5 Feb.
-, Dr. John, 1643, to be discharged, 29 June.
-, Herbert, 1643, voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament, 8 May.
-, Roger, 1643, Petition; Order for his Discharge, 20 May.
-, William, and Cornelius Burgess, 1643, Petition read, and avowed; Petitioners to proceed at the Assembly, 31 Aug. - Their Answer read, and approved; One heard; Price avows the Petition; acquitted, upon his Acknowledgment; Burgess heard; Question that the House is satisfied with his Answer, Neg.; Order for suspending him from the Assembly; Lords Concurrence to be desired; a Committee to prepare Heads for a Conference, 2 Sept. House informed that the Assembly were satisfied with Burgess's Acknowledgment; his Petition read; Question that the House is satisfied therewith, Neg.; Speaker's Answer to the Persons who attended, 8. Another Petition read; Petitioner heard, and restored to the Assembly, 15.

Prideaux,
-, Mr. 1643, Order for allowing him sequestered Goods, in proportion to his Losses, 17 Oct.
-, Edmund, 1644, Ordinance appointing him Postmaster, read, and passed, 7 Sept. Sent to Lords, 9 - Order for him to settle Post Stages in the West, and for Protection to their Horses and Goods - Rooms appointed for an Office, 7.
-, Sir Peter, 1644, referred to the Committee for Plymouth, 24 Sept.

Priests,
-, 1643, a Committee to examine the State of those formerly condemned - Order for keeping them close Prisoners, 9 Oct. - The Committee for Examinations to give Order for apprehending Priests Natives of this Kingdom that resort to any Ambassadors House, 22 Nov.
-, 1644, Order for a Reward to Persons that discover them, 11 Nov.

Prince,
-, 1644, Conference desired by Lords concerning his going into the West to sue out his Livery, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; House concur with Lords in not giving their Assent, 18 May.

Princes,
-, Protestant. Vide Protestant Princes.

Prinne,
-, Mr. Vide Walker, Clement - 1643, Order for staying Process for levying Fines imposed upon him, 12 June - His Petition referred to Lord General, 18 Oct.

Printing,
-, 1643, Ordinance for Regulation thereof, read, and agreed to, 10 June. Lords Concurrence signified; 14 - Names of Committees to license Printing, to be presented, 16. Read, and agreed to, 20. Committees added, 21.

Prisoners,
-, 1642, Conference desired by Lords concerning some at Oxon, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held; their Petition and Articles to be printed, with a Declaration of both Houses, 21 Mar.
-, 1643, Lord Mayor and the Committee for the Militia to take care of sending away dangerous Prisoners, 28 Mar. - No Motion to be made for their Discharge but between 10 and 11 o'Clock, 1 Apr. - The Committee for Prisoners to consider of the Protestation to be taken by them upon their Discharge, 10. Protestation presented, and agreed to, with Amendments; Order for discharging several upon taking it, 11 - A Committee to examine some in Newgate, 17 - Lift of all in and about London to be brought to a Member, 24 - A Committee to examine several in Custody, 1 May - The Committee for Prisoners to prepare Heads for a Conference concerning those at Oxon, 6 - Another Committee to consider of a Letter from them, and of some speedy Relief, 11 - Ordinance and Declaration concerning the Usage of them, read, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 13 - A Committee to consider Orders touching the Usage and Allowances to them, 16 - Ordinance concerning it, sent to Lords, 18. Message, desiring them to pass it, 23 & 29 - Relation of the inhuman Usage of those in Oxford Castle, 23 May. Lords acquaint the House they had sworn Witnesses concerning it, and appointed a Committee to examine them, 25 - Message to Lords, desiring to know whether they had been examined, 14 June - Conference desired by Lords concerning them, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, 26 May - Another Conference desired by them concerning the Ordinance touching the Usage of them, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, 3 June; free Conference desired with Lords, agreed to; Managers appointed; free Conference held, and reported; House adhere to the Ordinance, 5. Conference desired by Lords, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, 7. Reported; Lords Amendments disagreed to, 8 - Another Conference desired thereupon, agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, 10. Another Conference desired by Lords, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; nothing done thereupon, 19 - Letters concerning the Exchange of Prisoners, read; Conference to be desired with Lords thereupon; Managers appointed, 30 May - A Committee to consider of the Escape of Prisoners, 10 June - Information of their going at large, referred to the Committee for Dispatches, 20 - Lord General to be desired to consider of exchanging them, 22 - Keepers to present the Names of those taken in Arms against the Parliament, 1 July - A Committee to treat with the Committee for the Militia for removing the Prisoners in and about London into Ships, 3 Aug. The Committee for Prisoners to send them to the Committee for the Militia, 7. Lift of such as they think fit to be removed, read, and agreed to, 10. Order touching their Accommodation, 12. Prisoners Petition, referred to the Committee for the Militia, 15. Committee impowered to remove them to such Prisons as they shall appoint, 17 - All to be removed to their respective Prisons, 6 Sept. - Book intituled, The Inhumanity of the King's Prison Keeper at Oxford, referred to the Committee for Examinations, 4 Aug. - A Committee to examine their Escapes, 12 - Order for their Meeting - Another Committee to compound with them, 14. Committees added, 17 - Lord Mayor and the Committee for the Militia to provide for the Security of Prisoners in Lord Petre's House, 12 - The Committee for Prisoners to consider which of them in London House is fit to be discharged, 15 - General Order for bringing them to the Committee, 23 - The Committee for Sequestrations to inquire into the Estates of Persons committed to private Houses, 6 Sept. - Order that the permitting Prisoners committed by the House to go abroad, shall be taken as an Escape; to be printed, and sent to every Prison, 31 Oct. - Order touching an Allowance to poor Prisoners of War, 15 Jan.
-, 1644, the Committee impowered to discharge common Soldiers, upon taking Oath never to bear Arms against the Parliament, 29 Mar. - To give no Directions for Release of any till further Order, 11 Apr. - Keepers not to permit any to go abroad, or Persons to have Access to them, 15 May - A Committee to consider of Prisoners whose Estates are sequestered, and demand a List of them - Another Committee to make Prisons of such Places as they think fit, and consider of the Offences of Keepers, 29 July - The Committee for Prisoners to consider what Prisoners of War, as Corporals, and under, are fit to be sent into Ireland; Officers that are to have Leave, to attend the Committee, 6 Sept. - Keepers to give Notice of Members visiting Prisoners, 10.

Privileges,
-, 1643, Brown to be sent for, as a Delinquent, for scandalous Words against the Parliament, 25 Mar. - Letter touching the apprehending Vincent and Deerlove for Contempt's against the Parliament; Order for their Commitment to Newgate - Heath to be brought up in safe Custody, for suing an Officer, and his Sureties, for discharging a Person in actual Service under Lord General, 27 - Wiseman to be sent for, as a Delinquent, for not obeying the Summons of a Committee, 31 - Leach to be sent for in safe Custody, for scandalous Words against the Parliament - Griffiths to be sent for, as a Delinquent, for contemptuous Words against the Parliament, 3 Apr. - Sir Balthazer Jerbier to be brought in safe Custody, for not obeying the Summons of a Committee, 8 - Sir Symonds d'Ewe's Complaint; Bewdith ordered into Custody, 17 - Eales protected from a Judgment at Law - Mr. Marten's Complaint of an Assault by the Earl of Northumberland; Resolution that it is a Breach of Privilege; Message to Lords, demanding Reparation; Conference desired by them thereupon, agreed to, 18. Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; Report referred to the Committee of both Kingdoms, 19 - Sir Frederick Cornwallis to be sent for in Custody, for dispersing a Book, intituled, The Reasons of the Lords and Commons in Parliament, why they cannot agree to the Alteration and Addition in the Articles of Cessation offered by his Majesty, with his Majesty's most gracious Answer thereunto; Order for suppressing it, 12 Apr. Order for his Discharge, and immediate Departure from Town, 19. To be sent for in safe Custody, 29 - To be enjoined forthwith to go out of Town, or stand committed, 2 May. Execution of the Order dispensed with, 3 - Linberry, Kinge, and Bernardi, to be sent for, as Delinquents, for Contempt, in causing Alicant and Stafford to be arrested, 19 Apr. - Mr. Denzill Hollis's Complaint; Booth, Topsall, and Bristoll, to be sent for, as Delinquents, 1 May - Privilege granted to several by Stay of Suits, 10, 18 & 24 May - 15 Jan. - Blocke to be sent for by Serjeant, 11 May - Acknowledges his Offence in sending a Challenge to a Member; Order for his Discharge, 20 - Leave to Flower to prosecute Sir John Lamb, notwithstanding the Business is depending in the House, 20 - Order for Stay of Suit against Wilshere till the House has paid him Money due, 23 - Colonel Fettiplace ordered into Custody, for sending a Challenge to a Member; Captain Wittipoole ordered into Custody for carrying it, 27 - Order for bailing them, 1 June - For discharging Wittipoole, 15 Aug. - Hall to be sent for, as a Delinquent, for not Obeying an Order, 10 June - Captain Manwaring ordered into Custody, for Contempt of an Order, 19 - Lord Tullibardine to have Protection for himself, Family, and House, 21 - Dighton committed to the Fleet, for Contempt of an Order, 26 - To be discharged, 8 July - Robinson, to be sent for, as a Delinquent, for not obeying an Order, 26 June. To be discharged, 8 July - Resolution that no Protection of the House, or of any Member, shall protect from the Ordinance of Sequestration - Holden to be sent for, as a Delinquent, for speaking contemptuonsly of the Proceedings of Parliament, 27 June - Mr. Solicitor's Complaint; Persons that took Horses from his Servants, to be sent for, as Delinquents, 4 July - Sir Robert de Grey's Letter, expressing his Disaffection to the Parliament, read; to be sent for, as a Delinquent, and his Estate sequestered, 6 - Sir Antony Irby's Complaint; Wood to be sent for, as a Delinquent, 15 - Wright to be sent for, as a Delinquent, for not obeying an Order, 24. Serjeant's Report; Message from Lords concerning him; Conference desired with them thereupon, 25. Another desired by Lords, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; a Committee to prepare Heads for another Conference, 27 - His Petition, and Order for his Discharge, 3 Aug. - Potter and Parry, to be sent for in safe Custody, for not obeying an Order, 14 - Petition of Lewis Young, touching the Fear of an Arrest, for Swords bought for the Parliament Service, referred to the Committee for Safety - Order for Stay of Proceedings, 16 - Privilege granted to a Trooper in the Parliament's Service, 18 - A Committee to withdraw, and examine a Person that has spoken Words of some Members, 18 Sept. - Order for discharging Mosse, committed for several Contempt's, at the Instance of the Merchant Adventurers Company, 23 - Sir Martin Lister's Complaint; Persons who attempted to seize his Goods, to be sent for, as Delinquents - Order for delivering to Mr. Brown his Tenants Goods seized for Rent, 11 Oct. - Uphill to be sent for, as a Delinquent, for Contempt of Orders, 24 - Mr. Holles's Complaint; Vagar to be sent for in safe Custody, 8 Nov. - Privilege granted to Senior in actual Service of the Parliament; Order for discharging him from Imprisonment, 11 - Member to prepare Ordinance for sequestering the Estates of Persons who vend Pamphlets reflecting on the Parliament, 18 - Nottley ordered into Custody, for not obeying an Order, 25 - Baker ordered into Custody, for Contempt of an Order, 2 Dec. - Higden to be sent for, as a Delinquent, for expressing Disaffection to the Parliament, and in particular to One Member, 13 - Discharged at the Member's Request, 1 Jan. - Declaration that Lords demanding any Members, and nominating them to confer with about any Matter, is a Breach of Privilege, 10 - Sir Thomas Walsingham's Complaint of an Affront received from Dillon, Servant to the States Ambassadors, 1 Feb. - Referred to a Committee, 2 - Mr. Ashton to answer his Contempt, in not obeying Orders; heard, and committed to the Tower, 9. His Petition; Order for his Discharge, 20 - Earl of Stamford to be desired not to come to Committees of the House, 26 - Lords Order, declaring the Right of every Peer to come, read, and referred to a Committee; Committee to prepare Declaration, expressing the Resentment of the House, 1 Mar. Reasons for declaring the Order void, reported, and agreed to, 4 - Sir Thomas and Mr. Dawes to have Privilege for a Month, 11 - Blewett to be summoned in safe Custody, for not obeying an Order of a Committee - Information concerning abusive Words to a Member, 15.
-, 1644, Paper signed by Colonel Edward Kinge, referred to a Committee; Instruction to examine Proceedings against him in Lords House, 25 Apr. - Report to be made, 1 May. Made; Papers read; Lords Proceedings voted a Breach of Privilege; Conference to be desired thereupon; Matter of the Breach, referred to another Committee, 19. Conference desired, agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, 21. Message to Lords, desiring them to expedite their Answer, 27 - Another Message, desiring to know if he be discharged, 1 July. Order for his Discharge; Warden of the Flect to bring him to the House; brought, and discharged; Lords to be acquainted therewith, 3 - Colonel William Carne's menacing Letter to Sir Arthur Hasselrigg, read; to be sent for by Serjeant; examined thereupon, and committed to Southwark Compter; Business referred to a Committee, 10 Apr. Message from Lords concerning him; Answer thereto, 17. Report; previous Questions for committing the Business - That he has discountenanced the well-affected Party, severally Neg. 20 - Order for his Discharge - Reasons delivered by Lords at a Conference, infringing the Privileges of the House, referred to a Committee, 1 May. Observations thereupon reported, and to be delivered to Lords at a free Conference, 4 - Mr. Bond's Complaint; Senior, Ward, Hawkes, and Graston, to be sent for by Serjeant, 6 - Commissary Copley to be sent for by Serjeant, for prevaricating with a Committee; Lord General to be desired to secure him, 5 June. His Answer read; Answer and Mr. Copley's Petition referred to a Committee; Instruction to consider of Reparation to Parties injured, 27 - Lord General's Letter, with Mr. Copley's Second Petition inclosed; Order for bailing him, 5 Aug. - Colonel Rous's Petition concerning his Commitment to the Fleet by Lords during his Attendance on the House, referred to a Committee, 4 June. Resolutions that he was attending the House when summoned to the House of Peers - That, during his Attendance, he ought to have Privilege - That their Proceedings against him are erroneous; Conference to be desired thereupon, 29 - Desired, agreed to, and held, 1 July. Order for his Discharge; Serjeant to bring him to House, Brought, and discharged, 5 - Mr. Maynard's Complaint; Hurt, Ward, and Budd, to be sent for, as Delinquents, 30 Sept. - Matter referred to a Committee, 13 Nov. - Vanghan to be sent for by Serjeant, for not obeying an Order, 30 Sept. - Mr. Hobbes's Complaint; Captain James Hopton and his Troopers to be sent for by Serjeant, 1 Nov. - Mr. Fienis's Complaint; Ball, Burdett, Southam, and Stanner, to be sent for by Serjeant, 15 - A Committee to consider whether the Privileges of the House be broken by a Report from a Conference, 4 Dec. Order for their Meeting; Committees added, 7.

Prize
-, Ships and Goods, 1644, Orders touching the Disposal thereof, 14 May - Against, imbezzling them, 1 June.

Progers,
-, Mr. 1642, to be discharged, and have Pass to go to Oxon; a Committee to examine him concerning a Letter he is said to have torn, 23 Mar. Fresh Order for his Discharge, 24.

Prophet,
-, Mr. 1644, desired to preach, 28 Aug. - Thanked, and to print his Sermon, 25 Sept.

Protestant
-, Princes and States, 1643, a Committee to send Agents with Instructions for procuring a closer Union with them, 12 Sept.
-, Churches, 1643, the Assembly to be moved to write Letters to some Divines thereof, 22 Nov. Vide Church Government.

Puleston,
-, Mr. 1644, Petition referred to the Committee for Examinations, 6 Sept.

Pulford,
-, Mr. 1643, Order for taking him into Custody, 9 Aug.

Pullen,
-, Mr. 1644, Information against him referred to the Committee for Lord General's Army, 6 June.

Punt,
-, Elizabeth. Vide Watterton.

Purefoy,
-, Serjeant Major, 1643, Letter acquitting him from a Scandal laid on him in a Pamphlet, read, and to be printed; the Committee for Examinations to inquire into the Printer of the Pamphlet, 15 May - He and Captain Purefoy to be examined by a Committee, 11 Aug. - Report; Order for continuing them Prisoners, 6 Nov. Their Petition read; Petitioners and Petition referred to Lord General, to be tried by martial Law, 13.
-, 1644, the Major's Regiment to continue with the Governor of Gloucester, 10 May.
-, Colonel, 1644, his Letter concerning the taking of Gloucester, read, 17 June.

Pury,
-, Mr. 1644, Order for Repayment of his Loan, 18 Apr.
-, For his going into the Country to advance the Service of the Parliament, 1 Aug.

Pyatt,
-, Richard, 1643, to be detained in Custody, 15 Sept.

Pye,
-, Sir Robert, 1643, injoined to attend, and not depart without Leave, 17 Apr. - Order touching his paying Money to the Earl of Ancram, 16 June.
-, 1644, Order for Repayment of his Loan, 18 Apr. - For preventing embezzling his Goods, 2 May.

Pymm,
-, Mr. 1643, to be bailed, 20 Apr. - Sir Edward Bainton's Charge against him, voted false and scandalous; a Committee to consider of Reparation, 9 Sept. - Persons examined touching his having transported 3,000,000 £ beyond Sea; Mills ordered into Custody, 18. Vide Mills, Toby - Order appointing him Lieutenant of the Ordnance, agreed to by Lords, with Amendments; Amendments agreed to, 7 Nov. - A Committee to consider of his Estate, and take care a Monument be prepared for him at the Charge of the Commonwealth - Order for his Interment in Westminster Abbey, without any Charge for breaking open the Ground; House to attend at his Funeral, 11 Dec. Preacher thanked, and to print his Sermon, 15 - A Committee to consider of a Recompence to his Posterity, and of paying Debts contracted in the Service of the Commonwealth, 13 Jan. - Resolution for paying them to the Value of 10,000 £ 13 Feb.
-, 1644, a Committee to consider out of what Papists Estates the Money may be allowed, 10 June - Member to prepare Ordinance for settling Mr. Morgan's Estate on his Heirs, 24 July - Order for paying Rents due at Michaelmas last, 12 Oct. Agreed to by Lords, 14.
-, Captain Alexander, 1643, thanked for his Services, 28 Sept. - Order for Payment of his Arrears, 11 Dec. - For advancing 200 £ by way of Loan, 12.
-, 1644, the Committee at Haberdashers Hall to give Order for Payment of his Arrears, 11 May. Lords Concurrence signified, 18.

Pytt,
-, Major Simon, 1642, Petition referred to the Committee for Irish Affairs, 17 Mar.



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