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'Index - S', Journal of the House of Commons: volume 3: 1643-1644 (1802), pp. 75-85. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=8073 Date accessed: 01 August 2014.


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Sabbath-
-, breaking, 1644, a Committee to prepare Ordinance for Prevention thereof, 11 Dec.

Sabran,
-, Monsieur, French Resident, 1644, his Letter communicated by Lords, read; a Committee of both Houses to consider of his Reception, 7 Aug. - Message from Lords, desiring they may meet, 9, 10 & 12. Day appointed for receiving him, 14 - His Servant to have Pass to go to the King, 23 - Resident to have Warrant, upon Request, to go himself, 6 Sept. - His Memorial touching free Commerce, referred to the Committee for the Navy, 16 - Another upon the same Subject, and concerning Reparation of Losses sustained by the French, referred to the Committee of both Kingdoms, 6 Nov. - Speaker to acquaint the House with Letters received from him, 2 Dec. Letter desiring Audience, read, and sent to Lords, with Desire they would refer it to a Committee, 3 - Another from Lords, to the same Purport, referred to a Committee, 4. Order for their Meeting, 5. Manner of receiving him reported; Day appointed; Agent to be acquainted therewith, 9.

Sabridgeworth,
-, 1643, Ordinance for sequestering the Living, read, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 28 Mar.

Sackvill,
-, Sir John, 1643, to remain a Prisoner in the Fleet, 14 Aug.

Sadler,
-, Thomas, 1643, to be exchanged for Captain Arthur, 29 Aug. - 7 Oct.

Saladine,
-, Mr. 1643, to have Warrant to pass into Geneva, 18 Apr.

Salisbury,
-, 1644, Colonel Middleton's Letter, informing of Copes and Church Plate seized in the Church; Order for bringing them in - The Plate and Pulpit Cloth to be restored, after having defaced the superstitious Representations; Copes, &c. to be returned to Sir William Waller, and sold, 7 Aug.

Salle,
-, Peter de la, 1643, Sheriffs to admit no Supersedeas to a Writ of Ne exeat regnum, 21 June - His Petition against Pickering, 14 Sept. Vide Pickering.

Salloway,
-, Mr. 1643, desired to preach, 27 Sept. - Thanked, and to print his Sermon, 25 Oct.

Salop,
-, County. Vide Chester, County, 1642 - Ordinance of Association, read, and agreed to, 24 Mar.
-, 1643, sent to Lords, 10 Apr. - A Committee to consider of Obstructions in bringing in Subscription Monies, 15 May. All that come to have Voices, 20 - Ordinance concerning the County, agreed to by Lords, 21 June - Letter relating the State thereof, and of Sir Thomas Middleton's Forces; Order for their Relief, 17 Oct. - High Sheriff appointed, 30 Dec. - Member to prepare Ordinance for raising Monies and Forces, 9 Feb. Ordinance read, 15.
-, 1644, committed, 6 May - Reported, and to be ingrossed, 1 June - Order for paying Money, that shall be discovered, for the Service of the County, 28.

Salt,
-, 1643. Vide Supply.

Saltash,
-, 1644, Letters concerning the taking it, read, 2 Aug. - 14 Oct.

Salter,
-, Tristram, 1643, to be sent for by Serjeant, 8 May.

Saltern,
-, Lord, 1643, to be discharged, and delivered to the Scots Commissioners, 29 Feb.

Saltheath,
-, 1643, Letter relating the Fight between the Two Armies there; a Committee to prepare Answer, 25 Mar.

Saltmarshe,
-, Mr. 1643, examined concerning a Letter from Sir Thomas Gower to him, and concerning Propositions touching the King and Parliament; ordered into Custody, 16 Aug.

Saltpetre,
-, 1643, Ordinance for furnishing the State therewith, read, and re-committed, 29 Apr. - Read again, and agreed to, 22 May. Sent to Lords, 29 - House put them in mind thereof; Conference desired by them thereupon, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, 3 June. Free Conference desired with Lords, and agreed to; Reporters appointed; free Conference held, and reported; House adhere to the Ordinance as sent up, 5. Another Conference desired by Lords, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, 7. - Message to Lords, desiring them to dispatch the Ordinance, 30 Sept. - 5 & 11 Oct. Clerk to search for it, 16 - Ordinance for digging for and making of Saltpetre, read, 23 Dec. - Read a Second time, and re-committed; Committees added, 13 Jan. - Reported, and re-committed, 15 Mar. Passed, 19.
-, 1644, returned from Lords, with Amendments; Amendments agreed to; Ordinance to be printed, 3 Apr. - Ordinance concerning Saltpetre, sent to Lords, 14 Oct. - A Committee to prepare Ordinance for laying 1,000 £ per Mensem upon the Excise for Six Months; for paying for English Saltpetre, and carrying on that Work, 21 Oct. - Ordinance read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 26 Nov.

Salvietti,
-, Segnor Amerigo, 1643, Order for his Indemnity for delivering Sir Peter Ricaut's Money and Plate for the Service of the State, 22 June - To be desired to deliver up a Box of his, 23. His Answer reported, 24.

Salwey,
-, John, 1643, Order for Payment of his Arrears, 26 Jan.
-, Humphry, 1644, Ordinance appointing him King's Remembrancer in the Exchequer, read twice, and passed, 3 Aug. Agreed to by Lords, 5.

Sambourn,
-, Richard, 1644, Order for delivering him his Prize Goods, upon paying ready Money according to Appraisement, 24 June.

Samford,
-, Sir William, 1643, Order for sequestering his Estate, 28 Sept.
-, Sir Thomas, 1643, voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament, 22 Jan.

Sampson,
-, a Ship, 1643, to be sent to the Earl of Warwick; Lading to be sold; Part of the Proceed to be assigned to the Ship's Company, 14 Sept. - Order for restoring the Goods and Wages to the Master and Crew, 7 Oct.

Samuel,
-, a Ship, 1643, Petition of Owners read, and referred to the Committee for the Navy, 8 May.

Sandcourt,
-, Earl of, 1643, to have Warrant to go beyond Sea, 14 June.

Sanderson,
-, William, 1643, to be sent for, as a Delinquent, 24 May - Report concerning him; Order for bailing him, 7 June.
-, James, 1643, Petition, 19 May. Vide Finlay.
-, Captain, 1643, impowered to raise 300 Soldiers, 27 June.
-, Dr. Robert, 1643, to be summoned to appear in the Assembly, 23 Oct.
-, Colonel, 1644, Order for paying Part of his Arrears, agreed to by Lords, 14 Nov.

Sandon,
-, Mr. 1644, referred to the Committee at Goldsmiths Hall, for a Composition for his Delinquency, 23 Dec.

Sandown
-, and Sandgate Castles, 1644, Order touching the Repairs of them, 23 May.

Sandwich,
-, 1643, Petition of Inhabitants against the Town Clerk; Order for electing a new one, 10 May - Petition of Mayor, &c. concerning fortifying the Town, referred to Lord Admiral and Deputy Lieutenants of Kent, 16 - Ordinance for that Purpose, 13 July - French and Dutch there to have Warrant to pass beyond Sea, 31 Aug. - Order concerning making a Comptroller of the Customs there, referred to the Committee for the Revenue, 5 Feb.
-, 1644, Mayor's Letter concerning the taking a Dunkirk Ship that had taken several of the State's Ships, referred to the Committee for the Navy, 24 June.

Sandy,
-, Walter, 1643, Petition referred to the Committee for the Navy, 9 Oct.

Sandys,
-, Sir George, 1643, the Committee for Prisoners to state Evidence against him, 23 Aug. - Report; Order for sequestering his Estate, 28 Sept. - A Committee impowered to pawn it, 5 Oct. To receive the Rents, and sell the Goods; Stock, &c. 19 - Order for applying his Estate to the Benefit of Plymouth, 30.
-, 1644, Report concerning him, referred to the Committee for Plymouth, 23 Oct.
-, William, 1643, Resolution for accusing him of High Treason, for levying War against the King and Parliament; a Committee to receive Informations, and prepare Articles, 8 Mar.
-, Colonel, 1644, Lord Fairfax's Letter, desiring Horse Arms for his Regiment; Order for sending him Swords and Pistols, 15 June.

Santon,
-, Christian Paul, 1643, Order for permitting his Wife, &c. to pass beyond Sea, 9 Aug. Revoked; Copy of Revocation to be sent to the Officers of the Out-ports, 10.

Sarcenetts,
-, 1643. Vide Supply.

Sattins,
-, 1643. Vide Supply.

Savage,
-, Mary, 1643, Petition referred to the Committee for Captives, 21 Apr.

Savary,
-, Robert, 1644, Report concerning him; Order for his Discharge from further Attendance, 30 May.

Savile,
-, Captain Thomas, 1643, Petition specially recommended to the Earl of Manchester, 6 Nov. - A Committee to take care his Troop be paid, 6 Dec.
-, Sir George, 1644, a Committee to prepare Ordinance for bestowing the Wardship of his Heir upon the Earl of Wharton, 11 June. Ordinance read, 12.
-, Sir John, 1644, Order for advancing him a Month's Pay, upon Account, 28 Sept. - For paying his Arrears out of an Estate to be discovered by him, 9 Oct.

Savoy,
-, 1643, Order for sequestering the Living, read, and agreed to, 30 Sept.
-, 1644, Motion for appointing a Master, to be considered. 10 Apr. - Report concerning it; Profits and Arrears to be paid to the present Minister; late Minister's Goods to be left for his Use, 4 Nov. Order sent to Lords, 9. Agreed to by them, 11.

Sawyer,
-, John, 1643, to be sent for, as a Delinquent, for abusing the Collectors of the Weekly Assessments, 1 Apr. Order for his Discharge, 12.

Sayer,
-, Sir George, 1643, to have Pass to transport Horses to the Queen of Bohemia, 5 Apr.
-, Lieutenant Colonel, 1643, Sir William Waller's Letter concerning him, the Committee for Examinations to examine him, and take care he be put under Restraint, 18 July.

Scarborough,
-, 1643, Letter about regaining it, by Captain Bushell; Lord General to be desired to appoint him Governor, 3 Apr. - Part of another Letter concerning it, to be printed, 4 - Letter, relating that the Town was besieged, 12 Mar.
-, 1644, the Committee of both Kingdoms to require the Governor to deliver up the Castle, or to expect no Mercy, 3 Oct.

Scawen,
-, Mr. 1643, to be summoned to attend, 23 Sept. - To be injoined to pay Monies, Part of the King's Revenue, in his Hands, and account upon Oath before a Baron of the Exchequer, within Eight Days, 11 Dec.

Schoolmasters,
-, malignant, 1643, the Committee for plundered Ministers to inquire after them, 18 Oct.

Scoffer,
-, Mr. Vide Coleman.

Scofield,
-, Captain, 1643, Petition read, 12 Mar. Vide Carne.

Scotland,
-, 1642, ingrossed Treaty of Peace between England and Scotland presented, and to be kept as a Record, 20 Mar. - Member to prepare Ordinance for paying 4,000 £ Part of the Brotherly Assistance, 23.
-, 1643, Ordinance read, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence signified, 25 Mar. - A Committee to consider of Agents to be sent into Scotland, and of Instructions for them, 7 Apr. - Conference to be desired with Lords concerning sending Committees of both Houses, 1 May. Desired, and agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, 2. Lords to be desired to speed their Answer, 5 & 9. Another Conference to be desired concerning them, 16, 19, & 20. Desired, and agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, 22. House put Lords in mind of naming Committees; Commissioners appointed; a Committee to prepare Instructions for them, 30 - Message to Lords, desiring them to send for their Commissioner, agreed to, 3 June - Message to be sent to Lords, to acquaint them, that the House is inclined to name Two Commissioners more, 9. Conference desired thereupon, agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, 10. House put Lords in mind thereof, 16. Commissioners added, 17 - A Committee to prepare Letter to be sent to satisfy the Assembly, in case the Commissioners cannot be there timely enough; Letter read, and agreed to; Letter of Evidence to the Messenger, read, and agreed to, 12. Lords Concurrence to both signified, 27 - A Committee to prepare Reasons for a Conference concerning sending Commissioners, 26 - Declaration to be sent thither, agreed to by Lords, with an Amendment; Amendment agreed to, 27 - Messenger's Report; Two Declarations presented, and to be communicated to Lords at a Conference, 27 July - A Committee to receive Propositions from thence, and prepare additional Instructions for the Committee, 31 - Propositions read, and referred, 2 Aug. Answer reported, read, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 4. Signified, with Amendments; Amendments agreed to, 5 - Declaration from the Commissioners of the General Assembly of the Kirk, 27 July - Order for the Assembly, by Letter, to acknowledge the pious and good Expressions of the Kirk to this Church and State, 2 Aug. They desire a Copy of the Paper; Member sent to fetch it from Lords Clerk; Order to be altered according to the Title thereof, 3-Their Letter read, and approved, 5 - Business of the Treaty with the Scots, concerning their Forces in Ireland, to be reported, 9 May. Lords to be moved to appoint a Messenger to present the Treaty to the King, for his Signature; Treaty and Earl of Lindsey's Proposition to be communicated to Lords at a Conference; a Committee to prepare Resolutions upon the Proposition, as Heads, 10 - Resolution for paying 30,000 £ Part of their Arrears, out of Sequestration Monies, 13 - Paper from Scots Commissioners, concerning the Army, read; Member to prepare Answer, 20. Answer read, and agreed to; Conference desired thereupon, agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, 22. Answer returned from Lords, with Amendments; Amendments disagreed to; Conference to be desired thereupon; a Committee to prepare Reasons, 24. Conference desired, agreed to, and held; Lords Concurrence to the Answer signified, 25 - Report of Arrears due; a Committee to consider of Propositions for speedy raising 30,000 £ 17 June - Another Committee to consider of some Course for paying 6,877 £ 15 s. 7d. due for Arms lent by them for Ireland, 19 - Order for Repayment of Merchants that undertake to send Money beyond Sea for their Army, 22 - Ordinance for paying 20,000 £ out of Sequestration Monies, read, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 29 - Auditor to go into Scotland to audit the Accounts of their Army in Ireland, 17 July - Letter concerning the Accounts, and the Commissioners Proceedings in Scotland, referring to the further Relation of Mr. Hatcher; Order for presenting his Papers, and reporting the whole Business, 9 Sept. Papers and Results presented, and read; Resolution for joining the public Faith of this Kingdom with the public Faith of Scotland, for raising 200,000 £ 12. Papers referred to a Committee, 18. Report to be resumed, 19. Resolution touching a Cessation in Ireland; Letters to be written by Lords Justices, &c. expressing the Reasons against it; Resolution for paying 30,000 £ more towards the Arrears of the Scots Army, and for providing 10,000 Cloths for them, 20. Reasons against a Cessation, read, and agreed to; Conference desired thereupon, and concerning the Army, agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, 29 - Order for Officers, &c. to take the Covenant, 16 Oct. Letters concerning them read; Conference desired thereupon, agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, 26 - Other Letters read, and to be considered, 11 Dec. - Dispatch concerning them read, and referred to a Committee, 12. Order for making Report, 18. Report concerning Supplies of Money, and other Necessaries - British and Scots Forces to be under One Commander in Chief; several Results concerning their Demands, agreed to, 22 - Resolution for desiring the Scots to send in Assistance for the Maintenance of the Religion and Liberties of this Kingdom; Conference to be desired with Lords concerning nominating a Committee to go into Scotland; a Committee to prepare Instructions for them, 5 July. Conference desired by Lords concerning Directions for Lord Gray's going, agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, and reported; his personal Attendance upon his Command dispensed with, 6. Lords appoint another Committee, 11. Ordinance for constituting the Committees, read, and agreed to; Instructions for them reported, and to be considered, 12. Conference desired concerning the Ordinance and Instructions, agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held; Lord Mayor to be desired to name Two fit Persons to be sent with them, 13. Letters and Instructions sent to Lords; Conference desired by them thereupon, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and to be reported, 15. Reported; Lords Amendments to the Ordinance, and One of the Letters, agreed to; Day appointed for their going; Declaration that the House will defray their Expences; Names to be inserted in the Commission, in the room of others formerly appointed. One Amendment to the Instructions disagreed to, and referred to a Committee, 17. Amendment agreed to, with Amendments; additional Instructions read, and agreed to; Conference desired concerning the Commissioners and Instructions, agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held - The Committee for the Navy to appoint Three Ketches to attend them, 18. Instructions agreed to by Lords; Message from Lords concerning Two of their Committees that cannot go; Day appointed for Committees of the House to go, 19 - Committees Letter concerning their good Acceptation, 23 Aug. - Another, with a Covenant, and other Papers, read, 26. Vide Covenant - Papers from Scotland read, and to be communicated to Lords - A Committee to prepare Letter to the Assembly of Divines, 17 - Commissioners Letters, with Papers inclosed, referred to a Committee; their Proceedings approved, 16 Sept. - A Committee to provide a House for Scots Commissioners coming from Scotland, 4. Another Committee to treat with the Owner concerning their Accommodation, 23 - A Committee of both Houses to receive their Propositions, 9. Report, that they desire the House to print certain Declarations and Letters; Order for printing them, 13. The Committee to treat with them concerning further Instructions to the Commissioners in Scotland, 18 - Order touching Ships for Defence of the Scots Coasts, 21 - Conference desired with Lords concerning the Affairs of Scotland, agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, 23 - Another Conference desired by them concerning Scots Propositions, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; Lords Amendments read, and agreed to; Resolution for a standing Committee of the Estates in Scotland to reside here, 5 Oct. - Order for assigning 40,000 £ out of the Sequestration Monies - The Committee for raising Monies for them to consider all Matters conducive thereto, and to present Names of Persons they think fit to lend within the Bills, 12 - Ordinance for Repayment of Monies advanced for speedy bringing in our Brethren of Scotland for Assistance in the present War, read, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 16 - A Committee to treat with the Divines from thence concerning a Form of Church Government, 17. Vide Church Government - Committees Letter concerning the State of Affairs there; Copies of Votes concerning Berwick, &c. to be sent to them, 23 - Two Commissioners, in the Absence of the rest, impowered to act - Letter and Papers from the Committee read; a Committee to prepare further Instructions for them - Conference desired with Lords concerning the State of Affairs in Scotland, agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held - Ordinance for raising 66,668 £ 13 s. 4 d. for the Scots, read, and agreed to; a Committee to apportion the Rates upon each County, City, &.; their Report; Clause to be added, 26. Ordinance returned from Lords, with a Proviso touching assessing Members of either House, and a Title; Proviso and Title agreed to - Order for accepting Bills of Exchange from the Commissioners, 27 - Commissioners. appointed by Lords, 1 & 2 Nov. Names to be inserted in the First Instructions to the First Commissioners, agreed to by Lords, 2 - Letters and Papers from thence; Conference desired thereupon, agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, 22 - Other Letters and Papers, Articles of the Treaty, read, and agreed to, 9 Dec. - Lords Concurrence signified, 3 Jan. - Conference to be desired with Lords concerning Letters and Papers from the Commissioners; Managers appointed, 13 Dec. - Their Letter touching Ships to be sent to the Northern Coasts, referred to Lord Admiral, 25 - Information that the Scots were come; Order for 100 £ to the Messenger; Commissioners Letter, and other Papers, read - Declaration of the Two Kingdoms, read twice, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence to be desired; Blanks for the Time filled up; Question for amending a Part touching the Irish Rebels, Neg.; the Committee for Scots Affairs to consider of a House and Furniture for the Commissioners, and of the Reception of them; Conference desired thereupon, agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, 29 Jan. - Ordinance for accommodating them in Winchester House, agreed to by Lords, with Amendments; Amendments agreed to - Declaration agreed to by them, and to be printed; a Committee of both Houses to disperse it, 30 - Order for printing 4,000 of them, to be dispersed by Members, 5 Feb. Message to Lords concerning the Order for printing them, 12. Vide Usbands - A Committee to meet a Committee of a proportionable Number of Lords, to receive what the Commissioners have to communicate, 3 Feb. - Order for their Meeting - Two Papers from them, sent from Lords, to be considered; Clerk to take Copies, and re-deliver the Originals to the Clerk of Lords House, 5 - Their Letter, with a Paper inclosed, read, and sent to Lords, with Desire they may be returned, 9 - A Pew in St. Martin's Church to be set apart for them; a Person to know of them every Sunday what Church they will go to, and prepare a good Accommodation accordingly, 14 - A Committee to consider of an Answer to a Paper from the Scots Commissioners, 26. Report concerning such as claim the Benefit of the Declaration of both Kingdoms, to be communicated to them, 27 - Message from Lords, acquainting the House they had received Letters from them, and that the Earl of Warwick intends to send Ships to guard the Coasts, 2 Mar. - Secretary to the Committee with the Scots Commissioners appointed, 6 - Conference desired by Lords concerning the Scots Affairs, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported - Additional Instructions to the Committee with the Scots Army, touching receiving the Arrears of Papists Estates, 7 - Letter concerning the Scots Advance over the Tyne, and their being at Durham and Sunderland, 12 & 19 - The Committee at Goldsmiths Hall to provide Necessaries for them, 12 - Order for sending them Butter and Corn, 22.
-, 1644, Letter and Information concerning the State of the Scots Army, and their Proceedings - The Committee at Goldsmiths Hall to provide Necessaries for them - Another Committee to consider of some Course for inlarging their Quarters - Lord Admiral to be moved for a Convoy for Provisions to be sent down, 2 Apr. - Other Letters and Papers concerning Supplies for the Army, to be considered, 4. Report concerning it; Resolution for an Ordinance for raising 66,666 £ 6 s. 8 d. - Scots Commissioners Paper to be considered, 10 - Letter from the Committee with the Army, referred to the Committee for the Navy, 15 - Letter concerning the Proceedings of the Army, and their joining Lord Fairfax - The Committee at Goldsmiths Hall to prepare a Letter to the General and Committee, and an Answer to their Demands, and to consider of Means for raising a convenient Sum to be sent forthwith, 27 - Letters read, and agreed to, 2 May. Lords Concurrence signified, 3. Blanks to be filled up, 6 - Extract of Letters, and Copy of a Letter from the Peers at Oxon to the Estates of Scotland, concerning their Entry into England, read; Extract re-delivered to Member who presented it, 30 Apr. - Order for employing what Arrears can be got in of 100,000 £ promised to be lent by the City for Relief of the Scots Army, 3 May - The Committee at Goldsmiths Hall to send Money to the English Commissioners towards defraying their Expences - Another Committee to pay 1,500 £ to the Committee for Scots Affairs, 6 - A Committee to prepare Letter to the Scots Parliament, to acquaint them with a Narrative of Matters passed, 16. Letter read, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence signified, 25 - Order touching providing Necessaries for the Army, 17 - The Committee for the Navy to grant Passes for Ships designed for Scotland, 8 June - Resolution for inviting the Forces raised there to come in to our Assistance, agreed to by Lords; the Committee of both Kingdoms to acquaint the Kingdom of Scotland with the Vote, 22 - Order against diverting the Sequestration Monies till 30,000 £ assigned to the Scots, be satisfied; the Committee at Goldsmiths Hall to use their best Endeavours for raising the Money, 8 July - Resolution for sending down a Month's Pay; a Committee to consider of raising it - A Committee to provide convenient Lodgings for a Commissioner coming from Scotland, 10 - Propositions concerning the Army; Information that they want Cloaths, Shoes, &c. 27. A Committee to consider of providing them, and of raising Money, 29 - Committees Letter concerning Provisions to be made for them, referred to the Committee at Goldsmiths Hall, 23 Aug. - Additional Commissioner to reside with the Army appointed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 4 Sept. - Order for sending down Ammunition; a Committee to consider upon what Conditions they are to be furnished, 10. Care thereof recommended to the Committee at Goldsmiths Hall, 11. Six Scots Papers to be considered, 10. Read, and referred to a Committee; other Papers referred, 13 - Report; Resolution for apportioning the Sums to be Monthly assessed upon the Northern Counties, for Maintenance of the Scots Army - Previous Question that the Charge shall be borne by the whole Kingdom, Neg. 11 Oct. - The Committee to surcease till further Order, 1 Nov. - Order for sending down Powder, 16 Sept. - All Particulars from the Scots Commissioners to be referred to the Committee of both Houses, appointed to treat with them, 17 Oct. Lords Concurrence signified, 24. Committee added, 25 - Scots Commissioners Papers concerning a Guard for the Coasts; the Committee for the Navy to prepare Answer, 29 - Ordinance for 66,666 £ &c. for the Scots, to be read, 14 Nov. Read, and passed, 23. Sent to Lords, 25 - Returned, with Amendments; Amendments agreed to, 3 Dec. - The Committee of both Kingdoms to consider of bringing the Army Southward, 19 Nov. Order for it, agreed to by Lords, 26 - Scots Commissioners Propositions touching the ascertaining the Payment of their Army, with the Answer of the Committee of both Kingdoms, and the Commissioners Reply, reported; Resolution touching mustering them - Touching an Account of Money, &c. furnished for their Use, from the Time of their coming into England, to 30th November last, 7 Dec. Report to be further considered, 7 & 13. Proposition for ascertaining 31,000 £ to the Army, recommitted; the Committee to confer with the Scots Commissioners and the Committee at Goldsmiths Hall - Resolution for paying 3,000 £ Monthly out of the Excise of the Northern Counties, except as excepted, 13. Resolution for raising 21,000 £ Monthly by an Assessment upon the Counties under the Parliament, 16. Desire of the Committee of both Kingdoms for an Answer, reported; the Committee at Goldsmiths Hall to consider how 7,000 £ Monthly may be raised on Coals, and, upon Deficiency thereof, to consider how it may be raised elsewhere; and to consider of a Ground of Credit for raising 20,000 £ to bring them Southward; the Committee of both Kingdoms to treat with the Commissioners thereupon, 21.

Scots
-, Reformadoes. Vide Reformadoes.

Scott,
-, Sir Edward, and Edward, 1643, Petition specially recommended to the Committee for Obstructions in Courts of Justice, 3 Nov.
-, Mr. 1643, Order for restoring his Horse, 12 June.
-, Serjeant Major, 1643, a Committee to consider of a Recompence for his Services, 30 Dec. - Another Committee to consider the Business concerning him, 16 Jan.
-, Captain Edward, 1644, to be sent up in safe Custody, 19 Nov. - Committed to Winchester House, 13 Dec.
-, Mr. Alderman, of York, 1644, to be sent for, as a Delinquent, 10 Dec. Vide Jaques, Sir Roger.

Scrivener,
-, Mr. 1643, to be committed to a safe Place, 14 June.

Scotton,
-, Moses. Vide Whinnell.

Scroope,
-, Adrian, 1642, to be sent for, as a Delinquent, for being a Defaulter upon all Services, 22 Mar.
-, Sir Jervois, 1643, to be committed to such Prison as Speaker shall make his Warrant for, 23 Sept.

Scrubbing,
-, Henry, 1643, to be sent for, as a Delinquent, for refusing to serve, after receiving Prest-money, 25 Mar.

Scruggs,
-, William, 1643, Petition read, and referred to a Committee; Order for staying the Horses in the mean time, 10 Apr.

Scudamore,
-, Henry, 1643. Order for discharging him, upon taking the Protestation, 11 Apr.
-, Mr. 1643, voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament, 8 May.
-, Lord, 1643, ordered into Custody; a Committee to treat with him upon his Ransom, 16 May - Order for selling his Goods, 29.
-, James, 1644, voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament, 22 Jan.

Scuddar,
-, Mr. 1643, desired to preach, 25 Sept. - Thanked, and to print his Sermon, 30 Oct.

Seahorse,
-, a Ship, 1643, Petition of Owners referred to the Committee for the Navy, 11 May.

Seale,
-, Peter, 1643, to be sent for in Custody, for declaring his Inclination to deliver up Southampton to Prince Rupert, 13 Apr. - His Petition read; Examination of the Business referred to the Committee for Examinations, 2 May - Not to be discharged till further Order, 12.

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

Searchers,
-, 1643, Order for paying Monies seized by them to the Treasurers at Guildhall, 3 Apr. - Their Petition concerning disposing of the Places of Under-Searchers read, and referred to the Committee for Customs, 15 May.

Searle,
-, George, 1643, to attend the Service of the House within Ten Days, upon Pain of forfeiting 200 £ 9 May.

Seaton,
-, Dr. 1644, Serjeant to attach him, 5 June.

Sedgwick,
-, Obadiah, desired to preach, 9 June 1643 - 3 Apr. - 18 Oct. 1644 - Thanked, and to print his Sermon, 15 June 1643 - 9 Apr. - 22 Oct. 1644.
-, John, 1643, Message from Lords, desiring he may be added to the Assembly, 22 Sept.

Sedley,
-, Sir John, 1643, Petition read, and referred to the Committee for Obstructions in Courts of Justice; Boxe to be sent for, as a Delinquent, 10 July. Vide Boxe.

Selden,
-, Mr. 1643, Order appointing him Clerk of the Records in the Tower, 27 Oct. Agreed to by Lords, 31.

Self-denying
-, Ordinance. Vide Members.

Sesua,
-, Joshua de, 1643, Paper from Lords, concerning the Case between him and Two English Merchants, 27 July.

Selwyn,
-, Sir Nicholas, 1643, to have Warrant to pass to Oxon, 20 Apr.

Senior,
-, John, 1643, & 1644. Vide Privileges.

Seppens,
-, Captain Thomas, 1644, Petition, desiring Mercy, read; Council of War to specify the special Case of his Condemnation; Order for reprieving him in the mean time - Order from Lords concerning his Reprieve, 12 Oct. - Certificate of the Commissioners for martial Law, concerning the Sentence against him, read; Execution thereof to be respited, 7 Nov.

Sequestrations.
-, Vide Delinquents.

Serjeant,
-, 1643, a Committee to consider his Demeanour in respect to the Escapes of Prisoners, 10 June - Sent for Members gone from the House without Leave, 15 Aug. - To give Account to a Committee what Bail has been taken, 5 Oct. - Takes the Covenant, 1 Nov.

Serrott,
-, John, 1644, Order for restoring his Barks, with the Equipage, 7 Aug.

Servants,
-, 1644, Report concerning an Excise to be set upon their Wages, disagreed to, 12 Aug.

Sewers,
-, 1644, Commissioners of the Great Seal to grant Commissions for the Counties within the Power of the Parliament; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 21 Aug. - Ordinance from Lords concerning the Commissioners, read, agreed to, and to be printed, 26.

Shadwell,
-, Thomas, 1644, Order for constituting him Clerk for making the Writs of Diem clausit extremum, 25 Apr. Agreed to by Lords, 30.

Shallaker,
-, William. Vide Fitchett.

Shamfield,
-, 1643, Ordinance for sequestering the Living, read, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 15 Oct. Desired, 20. Message from them, desiring Proofs may be sent up, 25.

Shapcott,
-, Thomas, 1643, Order for his Discharge, upon the Discharge of Captain Keckwith, 20 June - For exchanging him for Mr. Freeman, 27 July.

Sharpe,
-, William, 1643, to be brought up in safe Custody, to answer Matters objected against him, 3 July.

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

Sheep,
-, Lambs, &c. 1644, the Committee for Excise to consider the Abuse of taking Excise twice for those bought for Store, 6 Dec.

Sheeres,
-, Mrs. 1643, to be sent for, as a Delinquent, for refusing to pay the Weekly Assessments, 10 May. Her Petition referred to the Committee for Assessments in Westminster, 12.
-, William, 1643, to be removed from Newgate to Colchester Gaol, 10 June.

Sheering,
-, 1643, Order for sequestering the Living, read, and agreed to, 30 Dec.

Sheffield,
-, Lord, 1643, Letter concerning his Estate being seized by the King's Forces, communicated by Lords, 1 June. His Case recommended by them; Order for allowing him 10 £ per Week out of Sequestration Monies, 3. Treasurers to pay it, 29.
-, 1644, his Petition from Lords, desiring it may be paid, to be read, 27 Apr. - They put House in mind thereof; Petition read; Resolution for lending him 150 £ to be deducted out of his Arrears, 1 July.
-, George, 1643, to be exchanged for Mr. de la Marche, 19 Sept.

Shelley,
-, Lady, 1643, Order for sequestering her Estate, 4 Sept. - For paying Monies belonging to her to Sir Thomas Middleton, 11 Mar.
-, 1644, Business concerning her Money reported, and recommitted, 3 May. Reported from Re commitment; Order for paying more Money to Sir Thomas Middleton - For indemnifying the Persons that pay it - For reimbursing the Money to Persons to whom it shall appear to be due, if it proves not to belong to the State; Ordinance to be prepared for that purpose, 8.
-, Ensign Richard, 1643, to give Security for his Return from Oxon, 27 Oct.

Sheppard,
-, Lieutenant, 1643, to be exchanged for Mr. Warren, 8 July.

Sherborne
-, Castle, 1643, Order for repaying Monies borrowed for the Service of the Parliament, against the Forces there, 5 Apr.
-, Hospital. Vide Fenwick, John.

Sheriffs,
-, 1643, Ordinance for swearing them, agreed to by Lords, 23 Sept. - A Committee to consider of easing them of their Charges in passing their Accounts, 9 Dec. - Commissioners of the Great Seal to present Names of Persons fit for the Office, 18. Several appointed; Commissioners to be desired to pass Patents for them - A Committee to prepare Ordinance for nominating them, 30. - Ordinance agreed to by Lords, with Amendments; Amendments agreed to, 17 Jan. - Ordinance for enabling them better to execute their Offices, read twice, 24.
-, 1644, Order for presenting an Ordinance to dispense with that Part of their Oath, not to stir out of their Counties; particular Persons to be dispensed with, 2 Aug. Ordinance agreed to by Lords, 21. - Members to present Three Names for their respective Counties; One to be elected Sheriff by the House, 13 Nov. - Several appointed; Order for sending up in safe Custody such as refuse to act - Member to prepare Ordinance for indemnifying such as have served the Parliament, and continued in their Office above a Year, and such whose Prisons have been broken open by Soldiers, 2 Dec.

Shilborn,
-, Captain, 1644, his Company to be allowed upon the Establishment, 10 May.

Ship
-, Carpenters, 1643, Petition, and Letter concerning it, referred to the Committee for the Navy, 10 May.

Shipp,
-, Treville, 1643, the Committee for Plymouth to examine him touching Monies in his Hands, as Sheriff of Dorsetshire, 25 Nov.

Short,
-, Thomas, 1643, to be exchanged for Lieutenant Harris, 12 July.

Shugborowe,
-, Sir Richard, 1643, voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament, 13 Jan.

Shute,
-, Mr. 1643, his Offer of a Loan of 1,000 £ accepted - Order for sequestering the Office of Collector of the Subsidies in London to him, 17 Oct. Agreed to by Lords, 21.

Sibald,
-, David, 1643, Petition touching Cross Dollars seized; Order for restoring them, 12 Mar.

Sidenham,
-, Colonel, 1644, the Committee for the West to write to him to continue in Dorsetshire; Letter to be signed by Speaker, 1 July.

Sidley,
-, Sir John, 1643, Petition read; Hawes, Terry, and Carre, to be sent for, as Delinquents, 11 Oct. Vide singulos.

Sidney,
-, Colonel, 1643, intercepted Letter from him to Sir Orlando Bridgeman, concerning his Intention to go the King, read; Order for sending him up with a strong Convoy, 31 Aug.
-, 1644, the Committee for Irish Affairs to consider of advancing him Money towards the Payment of his Arrears, 25 May.

Silk
-, Curls, 1643. Vide Supply.

Silks,
-, wrought, 1643. Vide Supply.

Simpson
-, Sidrach, 1643, desired to preach, 28 June - Thanked, and to print his Sermon, 26 July. - To be discharged from his Lecture, and not preach any-where, 9 Oct. - To be sent for by Serjeant, for a Sermon preached at Paul's Cross, 5 Feb.

Simson,
-, Mr. 1644, to be sent for in safe Custody; Information against him, referred to the Committee for plundered Ministers; Committee impowered to examine and imprison him, 9 Aug.

Sion
-, College, 1644, Petition of President and Fellows; Member to prepare Ordinance for settling the Archbishop of Canterbury's Library there, and making it public, 30 Sept.

Skinner,
-, Robert, 1643, Order for paying Money due to him for the Use of Lyme, 13 Nov.
-, Mr. 1644, Commission in Latin, enabling him and Mr. Jenks to treat with the King of Denmark about the Complaints of English Merchants, and their Credentials, read, agreed to, and sent to Lords, 11 Sept.

Skippon,
-, Serjeant Major, 1643, to be recommended to the City, that he may be no Loser in Honour or Profit.
-, 1644, Order for paying him 500 £ out of the Establishment Money, 4 Oct. - Order for paying that Sum out of the Excise, agreed to by Lords, 11.

Skipwith,
-, Henry, 1642, Petition; the Committee for Prisoners impowered to remove him to a more convenient Place, 17 Mar.

Skrimsher,
-, Captain Charles, 1643, Petition referred to the Committee for Irish Affairs, 7 Sept. - Order for paying him 50 £ forthwith, 9 Oct. Agreed to by Lords, 21.

Skutt,
-, George, 1643, Petition referred to the Committee for the Navy, 10 Feb.

Sleygoe,
-, Lord Viscount, 1643, Order for Sale of his sequestered Goods, and Disposal of the Proceed thereof, 1 Mar.

Slutt,
-, Captain William, 1642, Order for indemnifying him for apprehending Henry Harbin, 24 Mar.

Smart,
-, Mr. 1643, his Condition referred to the Committee for plundered Ministers, 18 Apr.

Smith,
-, George, and John Ladd, 1643, to be summoned to attend, 11 Apr.
-, Neville, 1643, not to be exchanged or discharged without Notice given to Lord General, 11 Nov.
-, 1644, Report concerning him; Order for admitting him to a Fine and Composition; Committee to compound with him, 23 Oct.
-, Captain, 1644, thanked for his Services, and to be presented with a Gold Chain and Medal, 4 June. - Order for him to repair to Milford Haven, sent to Lords, 29 July.
-, Mr. a Member, 1644, to confine himself and Family to his Chamber in the Day-time - Speaker to order his Servants to be removed from the Rooms belonging to the Six Clerks, 17 Aug.

Smithfield,
-, West, 1643, Petition of Inhabitants read, and referred to a Committee, 26 Oct.

Smyth,
-, William, 1643, voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament, 22 Jan. - Committed to the Poultry Compter, 16 Mar.
-, Sir Thomas, 1643, voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament, 22 Jan.
-, Captain Moses, 1643. Vide Privileges.
-, Thomas, 1643, to be sent for by Serjeant, 8 May.
-, Mr. 1643, committed to Newgate, for abusing his Warrant for apprehending Priests, 12 May.
-, Mr. of Highgate, 1643, Business concerning seizing his Horses, referred to the Committee for Examinations, 1 June.
-, John, 1643, Order for Sale of his sequestered Goods, 29 June.
-, Sir Walter, 1643, to attend the Committee for sequestering absent Members Estates, 28 Sept. - Voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament, 5 Feb.
-, Mr. Secretary to the Admiralty, 1643, Letter concerning him, referred to a Committee, 13 Nov.
-, Dr. 1644, desired to preach, 24 Apr. - Thanked, and to print his Sermon, 29 May.

Smythe,
-, Robert, 1643, Petition referred to the Committee for Obstructions in Courts of Justice, 28 Oct.
-, Mr. 1643, Order for Sale of Plate found in his Pond, 21 Oct.
-, Edward, 1643, to have Warrant to pass to Geneva, 31 Aug.
-, Robert, 1643, Money for his Wardship and Rents to be paid to the Treasurers at Guildhall, 24 Apr. - Order for that purpose, sent to Lords, 5 May - House put them in mind thereof, 3 and 24 July.
-, Colonel William, 1643, committed to the Tower, 28 Sept. - Not to be exchanged without Consent of the House, 12 Mar.
-, Mrs. 1644, Order for paying her part of her Husband's Arrears, 30 Sept.
-, Erasmus, 1644, Order for his Commitment to a safe Prison, 11 Apr.

Smythes,
-, Mr. 1643, to be summoned to attend, 29 June.

Sneade,
-, Captain, 1643, to be exchanged for Captain Walton, 1 Aug.

Sneed,
-, Ralph, 1643, voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament, 20 May.

Soames,
-, Sir Thomas, 1643, Member to write to him to pay in his Subscription, 28 Mar. - Order for Satisfaction to him out of the Conspirators Estates at Bristol, 14 Apr. - For summoning him to attend, 28 - Day appointed for his positive Answer concerning 2,000 £ desired to be borrowed of him, 29 - Case concerning his Currans, referred to the Committee for the Navy, 18 May - Report; Leave given him to land them, paying the Customs, 2 Aug.
-, 1644, Order for Security and Repayment of 50 £ he has engaged to advance, and for his paying the Money to the Lieutenant of the Ordnance, 18 Apr.
-, Mr. 1643, to be removed from London House to Newgate, 2 Aug.
-, Dr. 1643, to be exchanged for Mr. Crocker and Mr. Barnard, 13 Dec.

Soap,
-, 1643. Vide Supply - A Committee to inquire into the Abuse in the Increase of the Price on Soap, Beer, and Ale, 13 Jan.
-, 1644, a Committee to examine the Soap Business; Resolution for employing Monies raised thereupon to furnish the public Stores with Arms and Ammunition, 20 June. Order for Meeting of the Committee, 24 - Bill against the Projectors, their Heirs, &c. to be turned into an Ordinance for confiscating their Estates; a Committee to call in the Bail Bonds, 1 July. Ordinance read; Commissioners Names to be printed, 8.

Soldiers,
-, 1643, Ordinance for punishing Neglects in those of the Trained Bands and Guards, read, and committed, 22 June - Ordinance for inviting Soldiers come out of Ireland to serve the Parliament, read, 15 Dec. Read a Second time, and re-committed, 18 - Declaration to the same Purport, read, and committed, 20 - Complaint of raising Money by Soldiers, referred to a Committee, 4 Mar.
-, maimed, 1643, Order for a Collection for their Relief in and about London, 21 Apr. - Like Order for the Counties, read, and agreed to, 17 June - Another Order for them, read, and agreed to, 20 - The Committee for Sequestrations to furnish them with Bedding, 7 July - Order for an Allowance to those in London House; Treasurer at War to pay it, 2 Aug. - Order for employing the public Collections on Fast Days to their Use, 5 & 23 Sept. - 21 Oct. - 27 Nov. - Ordinance for Relief of them, and of the Widows and Children of such as are slain in the Parliament's Service, read, and committed, 19 Oct. Read again, and re-committed as to the Rates, 24. Passed, 27. Sent to Lords, 30. Agreed to by them, 31 - Order for supplying them with Fire-wood, 18 Dec. - Their Petition for a continuance of their Weekly Allowance, read; Order for selling sequestered Goods for their Relief, 24 Feb. - The Committee at Haberdashers Hall to pay 200 £ for their Use - A Committee to prepare Ordinance for applying Monies collected in the Counties to maimed Soldiers there, 9 Mar.
-, 1644, their Petition referred to the Committee for Sutton's Hospital, 16 Apr. - Provision to be made for them out of the New Excise, 11 May - The Committee for the Revenue to lend 100 £ to the Treasurers, 20 - Ordinance for paying them 200 £ Weekly out of the new Excise, 13 June. Returned from Lords, with an Amendment; Amendment disagreed to; Reasons for the Disagreement to be offered at a Conference, 15 - Commissioners of the Excise to comply with the Ordinance forthwith, 10 July - Ordinance for paying 200 £ Weekly out of the new Excise, if it can be, otherwise out of the old, read twice, and passed; Lords Concurrence signified, 3 Aug. - Ordinance for Relief of Widows of certain Soldiers slain in the Parliament Service, read and re-committed, 16 Oct. - Their Petition; Commissioners of the Excise to be moved to advance Money for them, 24 - A Committee to consider of a Method to prevent their begging, 8 Nov. House to consider their Condition, 13 - The Committee to consider of Expedients for Relief of maimed Soldiers, and for sending away the King's maimed Soldiers, 14 - Order for 1,000 £ for Relief of their Widows, 30.

Soldy,
-, Mr. 1643, to be exchanged for Captain Robert Bradshaw, 29 Aug.

Sollicitor,
-, Mr. 1643. Vide Privileges - Member to prepare Ordinance enabling him to execute all Acts belonging to the Places of Attorney and Solicitor, 7 Feb. - Ordinance read, and agreed to, 20 May. Sent to Lords, 25.

Somerscales,
-, Thomas, 1644, Ordinance for 50 £ to him for bringing up Prisoners, 26 Aug. Agreed to by Lords, 29.

Somerset,
-, County, 1642, Deputy Lieutenant appointed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 15 Mar.
-, 1643, Committees added to the Committee for Sequestrations, 25 Apr. - Earl of Bedford discharged from being Lord Lieutenant; Lords to be moved to join therein, 22 Aug.
-, Earl of Pembroke nominated; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 13 Sept.
-, 1644, High Sheriff appointed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 15 July - Order for continuing him, 2 Dec. Sent to Lords, 3.
-, House, 1643, Order for seizing sequestrable Goods there, 14 Sept. - Against saying Mass in the Chapel, 2 Oct.

Sommers,
-, Mr. 1643, to be sent for, as a Delinquent, for a Tumult at Dartford, 7 Apr. Committed to Newgate, 22.

Sotheby,
-, James, 1643, Petition read, and referred to the Committees of Suffolk and Essex, 28 Nov. - Another referred to the Committee for Sequestrations, 14 Mar.

Soubize,
-, Duke de, 1643, the Committee for the Navy to examine the Business concerning his Goods and Servants, 11 Dec.

Southam,
-, Henry, 1644. Vide Privileges.

Southampton,
-, County, 1642, Gentlemen thereof to consider of a Person to be sent down to advance the Assessments, 24 Mar.
-, 1643, a Committee to consider of some Order for Payment and Repair of the Garisons, and for applying the King's Revenue in the County to that Service, and for putting the Ordinances for raising Monies in Execution, 21 Apr. - Ordinance concerning the County and the Isle of Wight, sent to Lords, 28 - High Sheriff and Under Sheriff to be sent for by Serjeant, 4 May - Deputy Lieutenants to deliver to Sir Arthur Hasselrigg a List of Malignants, 12 - Committees added to the Committee for Ordinances for raising Monies, 6 July - Member to prepare Ordinance for associating it with Kent, Sussex, and Surrey, and for raising a moving Body of Horse and Foot - Ordinance read, and agreed to, 18 - Ordinance concerning the County, read, and agreed to, 18 Nov. - Lords Concurrence signified - High Sheriff appointed, 30 Dec.
-, 1644, Letter representing the State of the County Member to prepare Answer, 21 June - Ordinance for removing scandalous Ministers, read twice, and committed, 5 Aug. - Order for Meeting of the Committee, 21 - Ordinance reported, and to be ingrossed, 7 Sept. Passed, 30 - Member to prepare Ordinance for cutting down Wood in Hants and Sussex, 5 Oct. Ordinance read, and re-committed, 17 - Committees to be pressed to bring in Money for Payment of their Forces, 10 Dec.
-, Town, 1643, Mayor to be sent for in safe Custody, for declaring his Intention to deliver up the Town. Vide Scale - Order for Repayment of Monies borrowed of the Town, 13 Apr. - Order for sending Powder, 12 Aug - Petition of Mayor, &c. read, and referred to a Committee, 26 Oct. - Governor's Letter read, and referred to the Committee for Safety, 20 Dec. - Order for 300 £ for Arms, &c. for the Garison, 25 - Agreed to by Lords, 3 Jan. - Ordinance for 500 £ upon the Excise, 8. Agreed to by Lords, 13 - The Committee for the Navy to consider the Ordinance concerning the Customs of the Town, to the Benefit thereof, 12 Feb.
-, 1644, Order for Repayment of Money advanced by the Town, 20 June - To be sent to Lords, 6 Nov. - Ordinance explaining a former Ordinance for the Excise, 12 Oct. Sent to Lords, 14. Agreed to by them, 18.
-, Earl of, 1643, Order for sequestering his Estate, 7 Sept. - For delivering his Timber for the Use of the Navy, 12.
-, Countess of, 1644, Order from Lords for a Pass to her, 13 Sept.

Southell,
-, Thomas, 1643, a Committee to consider of Satisfaction for Horses taken from him, 21 Apr.

Southwark,
-, 1642, several Persons committed to Newgate for raising a Riot there; the Committee for Examinations impowered to commit the rest, 17 Mar. - Order touching the Weekly Assessments, agreed to by Lords, 10 May - Order touching Guards and Fortifications, 20. Sent to Lords, 24.
-, 1644, Committee for the Weekly Assessment to give Account to a Committee of the State of their Collections, 2 Aug. Day appointed for it, 3. Members to inquire into the Arrears thereof, 30.

Southweld,
-, 1643, Ordinance for sequestering the Living, read, and agreed to, 24 Apr. Sent to Lords, 28.

Southword,
-, Mr. 1643, to be summoned to attend, 14 Sept.

Spain,
-, 1644, Examinations concerning Preparations there, referred to the Committee of both Kingdoms, 8 May.

Spanish
-, Ambassador, 1643, a Committee to attend him concerning the frequent Resort of the English to his Chapel, 22 Nov.
-, 1644, Message from Lords, with a Paper from him, and a Petition, to be considered, 3 Apr. - Another Paper, presented by Speaker, read, and referred to the Committee of both Kingdoms, 28 June - Other Papers from Lords, referred, 15 July - Members to desire him to give Satisfaction touching Delinquents Goods said to be concealed in his House, and to deliver up English Priests, with a List of his Servants Names, 10 Sept. - His Answer reported - A Committee to demand the Delivery of several Traitors, 14 - Paper from him, communicated by Lords, 15 Nov. - To have Warrant to pass with his Train to the King's Court, and return, 21.
-, Merchants, 1644, Petition; Power given them to export Spanish Wools within Six Months, 15 Apr.

Sparkes,
-, Mr. 1643, Consideration touching assessing him, referred to the Committees at Westminster, 14 Apr.

Sparrow,
-, Major, 1644, Order for Payment of Part of his Arrears, 21 Oct.

Speaker.
-, Vide Rolls - 1643, to issue Warrant to apprehend suspected Persons to be named to him, 27 Mar. - To leave the Chair at 12 o'Clock, and hear no new Motions, 18 Oct. - To issue Warrants for seizing sequestrable Estates to be named to him, 15 Feb. - Gives a casting Vote, 30 Mar. - 20 Aug. - Order for 200 l. to him, sent to Lords, 3 Dec. - Leaves the Chair while all the Members are gone up with an Ordinance to Lords, 21.

Spencer,
-, William, 1642, Petition; Order for enlarging him from his close Imprisonment, 20 Mar.
-, 1643, another Petition read; Order for his Discharge, 11 Oct.
-, Lady, 1643, intercepted Letters from Oxon to her, read; to be reserved till the Report from the Committee of Examinations, and then referred to the Committee for Irish Affairs, 5 June.

Spicer,
-, Matthew, 1643, to have Warrant to go to Oxon, and return, 18 Apr.

Spies.
-, Vide Intelligencers.

Spottiswood,
-, Captain, 1643, committed to Winchester House, 10 Feb.

Spratt,
-, Stephen, 1643, to be sent up in safe Custody, 6 May - His Petition referred to the Committee for Prisoners, 9 Sept.

Sprint,
-, John, 1643, Petition referred to the Committee for plundered Ministers, 2 May.

Spurstow,
-, Mr. 1643, desired to preach, 19 July. Thanked, and to print his Sermon, 21.

Squibb,
-, Arthur, 1643, appointed Clerk of the Pells, 29 Apr. - Lords Concurrence signified, 2 May.

Squire,
-, Elizabeth, 1642, the Committee for plundered Ministers to consider of an Allowance to her, 17 Mar.
-, 1643, her Petition referred to the Committee for Sequestrations, 5 Sept.
-, Mr. 1643, to be removed from Gresham College to Norwich Gaol, 26 May.
-, Mr. a Minister, 1643, to be removed from London House to Newgate, 2 Aug.
-, Mr. 1644, Petition sent from Lords, with Desire it may be referred to the Committee for Sequestrations, 4 Oct.

Stafford,
-, County. Vide Chester, County - 1643, Committees added, 25 Mar. - 25 Nov. - 2 Dec. - Commissioners for Sequestrations appointed, 7 June - Carriers to have Liberty to carry their Goods into the County; Letter to be sent to the Committee for that Purpose, 28 July.
-, 1644, Petition of Gentlemen, with Desire it may be referred to the Committee for the Earl of Denbigh's Remonstrance, 21 Aug. - Another Petition from Lords, 15 Nov. They put House in mind thereof, 16 - Care of the County, referred to the Committee of both Kingdoms, 20.
-, Town, 1643, Letters concerning the taking it read, 20 May - Committees Letter read, and referred to the Committee for Safety, 30 Dec.

Stafford,
-, Lady, 1643, not to be admitted into St. James's, 30 Oct.
-, Benedict, 1643. Vide Privileges.

Staines,
-, 1643, Ordinance for sequestering the Living, read, and agreed to, 11 Apr. Sent to Lords, 13. Message from them, desiring Proofs may be sent up, 25.

Stainford
-, Rivers, 1643, Ordinance for sequestering the Living, read, and agreed to, 22 Apr. Sent to Lords, 28.

Stamford,
-, Earl of. Vide Nicoll, 1643 - A Committee to consider of Obstructions that hinder his Forces marching - His Arrears to be considered when he has passed his Accounts, 27 Nov. - The Committee for Safety to consider of sending his Regiment to Sir William Waller, 6 Dec. - His Accounts communicated by Lords, and recommended for speedy Consideration, 20 - They put House in mind thereof, 6 Jan. - Paper from him communicated by Lords, 23 Dec. - Member to desire him to forbear coming to Committees of the House, 26 Feb. Vide Privileges.
-, 1644, his Petition from Lords read - Member to bring in the Information against him concerning the Loss of the West, 10 May. Information read, and referred to a Committee; Committee impowered to examine Members; another Committee joined with them, 18 - Order for making Report. 5 & 13 June. Report; several Articles and Testimonies to prove them, read; Business to be further considered, 14 - His Letter, desiring to know the Charge against him; Information, and Votes thereupon, read; further Debate adjourned, 5 July - Message from Lords, concerning his Wants, 21 Aug. Another, desiring the Assignment of 1,000 l. assessed upon Lord Stanhope may be paid towards his Arrears, agreed to, 24.

Stamp,
-, Richard, 1643, Order for Sale of Goods consigned by him to Mr. Pack, 22 Apr. - His Petition referred to the Committee for Examinations, 2 May.

Stanfield,
-, James, 1643, to be exchanged for Andrew Collis, and have Warrant to go to Oxon; Lord Forth to be desired to give Collis a Pass to London, or elsewhere, 27 July - Order for Collis's Discharge, 7 Aug.

Stanford
-, Bridge, 1643, Letter concerning the taking it, 27 Mar.

Stanhope,
-, Ferdinando, 1643, voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament, 27 Mar.
-, Lord Charles, 1643, Motion for a Pass to him to go into France; Answer thereto, 18 Apr. To have Warrant to pass with his Wife, &c. 21.
-, William, 1643, voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament, 22 Jan.
-, Lord, of Harrington, 1644, Lords acquaint House they had assessed him 1,000 l. for his 5th and 20th Part, 24 Aug.

Stanner,
-, Serjeant, 1644. Vide Privileges.

Stanynought,
-, Peter, 1643, to have Liberty to go to his Scholarship at Oxon, 8 Apr.

Stapeley,
-, Colonel, 1643, Lord General's Letters to him, and his Letters to Lord General, read; Lord General to be desired to accommodate the Business between him and Sir William Waller, 16 Jan. - Matter referred to a Committee, 8 Feb. To the Committee of both Kingdoms, 20.

Stapleford,
-, 1643, Ordinance for sequestering the Living, read, and agreed to, 18 Apr. Sent to Lords, 20. Message from them, desiring Proofs may be sent up, 25.

Stapleton,
-, Sir Philip, 1643, thanked for his Services, 28 Sept.
-, 1644, the Committee for reforming Lord General's Army to examine him upon Matters referred to them, 8 Oct.

Stapley,
-, Mr. 1643, to have Licence to convey Musquets, &c. into Sussex, 30 Mar.

Starchey,
-, Mr. 1643, to be summoned to attend, 26 May.

Starch-makers,
-, 1643, Order for Payment of Arrears due from the late Corporation, 31 Mar. - State of the Cause of 800 l. Arrears in the Hands of Persons belonging to the Company, referred to the Committee for Accounts; the Committee to consider of Security to them, upon Payment thereof, 6 Apr. - Barons of the Exchequer to hear the Cause, and order the Money to be brought into Court, or the Recognizance thereof, 8 May - The Committee for Accounts to take care the Money is paid to Sir Arthur Hasselrigg, 6 June.

States,
-, Protestant. Vide Protestant Princes.

Stationers
-, Company, 1644, Petition to be read, 24 Aug. Read, and referred to the Committee for Printing, 26.

Stavely,
-, Arthur, 1642, his Exchange for Thomas Violett, to be recommended to Lord General, 25 Dec.

Staunton,
-, Dr. 1644, desired to preach, 27 Mar. - Thanked, and to print his Sermon, 24 Apr.

Stephens,
-, Henry, 1643, Petition referred to the Committee for Irish Affairs, 17 June.
-, Mr. 1643, his Servant to have Warrant to go to Oxon, 28 June.
-, John, 1643, Order for his Discharge, 17 Aug.
-, Captain, 1643, his Letter concerning Want of Victuals, read, 29 Sept.
-, Thomas, High Sheriff of Gloucestershire, 1644, Order for Leave to stay out of the County, agreed to by Lords, 10 July.
-, Thomas, 1644, Petition referred to the Committee for the Navy, Order for Stay of Proceedings in the Admiralty Court, 21 Oct.

Stepkin,
-, John, 1643, Order for protecting him, and securing his Coach-horses, 11 Apr.
-, Mr. 1643, Sir Arthur Hasselrigg to keep his Horses - A Committee to consider what he has done upon the Propositions, 26 May.

Stepney,
-, Baronet, 1643, voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament, 19 Apr.

Stepney
-, and Hackney, 1643, Order for sequestering the Stewardship of the Manors, 16 Oct. - Complaint and Petition of the Inhabitants of Stepney referred to the Committee for the Militia, 11 Dec.

Sterne,
-, John, 1643, Petition read, and referred to the Committee for Irish Affairs, 18 Nov.

Stevens,
-, Colonel, 1643, to be recommended to Lord General for a speedy Exchange, 8 July.
-, Randall, 1643, Order for paying Money due to him to the Treasurers for Sequestrations, 25 July.

Steward,
-, William, 1643. Vide Privileges.
-, 1644, Order for his Tenants to pay him Arrears of Rents, 16 Oct.
-, Dr. 1643, discharged from being Provost of Eton - Sequestration of his Estate as Provost to be taken off, 29 Jan.

Stewart,
-, William, 1644, Letter concerning him referred to the Committee at Goldsmiths Hall, 25 May.
-, Captain, 1644, brings the News of a Victory over Prince Rupert; thanked thereupon - Order for 100 £ to him, 12 July. Agreed to by Lords, 19.

Stiles,
-, William, 1643, Order for restoring his Horse, 12 June.

Stockdale,
-, Thomas, 1643, Petition in behalf of Lord Fairfax read; Order for delivering Prisoners to him, to be sent to Hull to Lord Fairfax, 14 Aug. - His Petition specially recommended to the Committee at Haberdashers Hall, to furnish him with the Necessaries desired - Lord Fairfax to be desired to recompense him for his Losses out of Delinquents Estates in Yorkshire, 7 Sept.
-, 1644, his Petition read; Member to prepare Ordinance for repairing his Losses sustained by Sir John Goodrick, and others, out of Sir John's Estate, 3 Oct. Ordinance read, 28 - Order for Second Reading, 4 Nov.

Stokes,
-, Henry, 1643, to be sent for, as a Delinquent, for endeavouring to keep Dover Castle for the King; Examination referred to the Committee for Examinations, 9 Sept.

Stone,
-, Thomas, 1644, Petition referred to the Court of Admiralty, 6 July.

Stonehouse,
-, Sir George, 1643, to attend the Committee for sequestering absent Members Estates, 28 Sept. - Voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament, 22 Jan.

Stones,
-, Mr. 1644, to be sequestered from his Living, and sent for, as a Delinquent, 10 Dec.

Stowell,
-, Sir John, 1644, the Committee for the West to examine the Manner of his Son's Release, and how he came to be exchanged, 29 Nov.

Strafford,
-, Earl of, 1642, stayed in his Passage over to France; Order for his Discharge; Person who stayed him to be thanked, and acquainted with the Vote, 23 Mar.

Strange,
-, Mr. le, 1644, King's Commission to him for Delivery of Lynn, communicated by Lords, and referred to the Commissioners for martial Affairs - Order for committing him Prisoner to the Provost Marshal of London, 19 Dec.

Strangers,
-, 1643, Ordinance to be prepared for preventing Strangers, except Merchants, to land, 2 Nov. Read, and agreed to, 3.
-, Protestant, 1643, Lord Mayor to be desired to take care their Assessments be very moderate, 25 Mar.

Strangewaies,
-, Giles, 1643, voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament, 22 Jan.

Strettey,
-, Patrick, 1643, Lord General's Letter concerning him read; Order for his Discharge, 6 May.

Strickland,
-, Walter, 1643, his Letter from the Hague, relating the State of Affairs there, read; Member to prepare Letters of Credence for him to the particular States, and intimate to him to address Letters of general Concernment to the Speaker, and to complain that Two Ships coming hither with the King's Colours came with the Prince of Orange's Licence - Copies of Instructions to the Committees at Oxon, and of Proceedings between the King and Parliament, to be sent to him, 7 Apr. - His Letter concerning the Ships with the King's Colours, referred to a Committee, 1 May - Letters of Credence read, agreed to, and to be signed by Speakers of both Houses, 24 May - 5 Dec. Agreed to by Lords, 7 - Member to acquaint him, House will consider the Matters, and desire the States to take no Resolution prejudicial to the Parliament, till they receive their Answer, 23 June - Instructions for him read, and agreed to, 29 Feb. - Lords Concurrence signified, 6 Mar.
-, 1644, Member to prepare Letter to him for preventing the Misapplication of Contributions in Holland, 31 May - His Letter concerning a Ship of Rotterdam, taken by Lord Admiral; Member to prepare Answer, 21 June - Answer agreed to. Vide Tyger - His Letter concerning the Employment of ill-affected Merchants beyond Sea, read, and referred to a Committee, 5 July. Vide Webster, Mr. - Answer reported, read, and agreed to, 6.
-, Mr. 1643, desired to preach, 29 Nov. - Thanked, and to print his Sermon, 27 Dec. - Bishop of London to be required to present him to the Vicarage of St. Martin's in the Fields, 25 - The Committee for plundered Ministers to require him to obey the Order, and receive his Answer, 16.

Stringer,
-, Lieutenant Samuel; 1644, Order for bestowing 10 £ on him; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 13 June.

Strode,
-, William, 1643, to be furnished with Arms for Man and Horse, in lieu of Arms lost in the Service of the State, 27 June - Order for Repayment of Money advanced by him; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 12 Dec.
-, Colonel, 1643, Petition read, and referred to a Committee, 18 Sept. - To be sent for by Serjeant - His Word to be taken for his Appearance, 23 Dec. Vide Quarrel.
-, 1644, his Letter concerning the joining of Lord General's and Sir William Waller's Horse, read, 10 Sept.
-, Sir Richard, 1643, Petition referred to the Committee for Elections, 25 Nov.

Stroud,
-, Sir George, 1643, Order for Sale of his sequestered Goods, 28 Sept.

Stryall,
-, Dr. 1644, Order for 100 £ to him, sent to Lords, 25 Nov.

Stuart,
-, Mr. 1644, Order for Repayment of his Loan, 20 June.

Styles,
-, Captain Michael, 1643, Petition against Watkins read, and referred to the Committee for the Navy, 23 June. Vide Searchers.

Stystead,
-, 1643, Ordinance for sequestering the Living, read, and agreed to, 18 Apr. Sent to Lords, 20.

Subjects,
-, 1643, Member to prepare Ordinance for sequestering the Estates of such as depart the Kingdom without Leave, 5 Sept. Committee to consider of tendering the Covenant to those in foreign parts, 4 Mar.

Subsidies,
-, 1643, Resolution for borrowing and repaying 1,000 £ in the Treasurer's Hands, upon the Bill of the Four First Subsidies, 22 Apr.

Sudley
-, Castle, 1644, Order for 20 £ to the Messenger who brought the News of the taking it - Sir William Waller's Letter concerning it, 13 June.

Suffolk,
-, 1643, Committees to be quickened in the Execution of Ordinances for raising Money, 25 Apr. Committees added, 28 - Deputy Lieutenants appointed, 11 & 30 May. To deliver to Sir Arthur Hasselrigg List of Malignants in the County, 12 - Committees Letter read, and to be communicated to Lord Grey of Warke, 21 June - High Sheriff appointed, 30 Dec.
-, 1644, Petition of Inhabitants, concerning trading in the new Drapery, read, 9 May. Vide Drapery - Deputy Lieutenants appointed, 29 Aug. - 24 Oct. - Petition of Inhabitants touching Church Government; the Covenant read; Speaker's Answer to Persons who preferred it, 11 Nov.

Sugars,
-, 1643. Vide Supply.

Summer
-, Islands, 1644, Schedule of Goods to be shipped thither, read; Order for transporting them Custom and Excise free; Captain and Company to take the Covenant; Letter to be sent to the Colony, 16 Oct.

Summerster,
-, Captain William, 1644, Lord Admiral impowered to discharge or continue him, 4 Apr.

Sumners,
-, William, 1643, Petition against Colonel Powell, 16 June. Vide Powell, Colonel.

Sunday,
-, 1643, Order for better Observation thereof, revived; Execution of it intrusted to Deputy Lieutenants, 11 May.
-, 1644, Ordinance for observing it, read twice, and committed, 29 Mar. - Reported, and passed, 4 Apr. Returned from Lords with Amendments; Amendments agreed to, 6 - Ordinance to prevent walking upon the Exchange, or in the Fields, on Sundays and Fast Days, read twice, and committed, 14 Nov.

Sunderland.
-, Vide Coals - 1644, Committees Letter concerning the taking Shields by the Newcastellians, read, and referred to the Committee of both Kingdoms - Order for 200 £ to the well-affected Mariners there, 3 June - The Committee for the Navy to grant Passes for Ships designed for the Town, 8 - Committees Letter with Prisoners, and their Confessions, referred to a Committee; Committee to dispose the Prisoners to a safe Imprisonment, 22 July.
-, Countess of, 1643, Petition concerning her Jointure, communicated by Lords, read, and referred to a Committee, 13 Jan. - Report; Order for discharging the Sequestration upon the Estate for Life; Matter touching the Estate entail, re-committed; Report not to be made before 10 o'Clock, 8 Mar.

Sundrich,
-, 1643, Ordinance from Lords, concerning the Incumbency, agreed to, 28 Sept.
-, 1644, Ordinance from Lords, for presenting Robert Casingherst to the Parsonage - The Inquiry after him referred to the Committee for plundered Ministers, 25 Nov. - Petitions of the Inhabitants, and of Mr. Sharpe and Mr. Casingherst's Letter, whereby he resigns his Interest, sent from Lords, with Desire the House would concur therein; Petitions and Letter referred to the same Committee, 3 Dec.

Supply.
-, 1642, Computation of the Supply necessary for Six Weeks Provisions for the Forces in Ireland, reported; the Committee to peruse the Accounts of Disbursements since the Parliament undertook the Charge of the War - Supply of Ireland, and regulating the Expences for the Service of the Kingdom, to be considered in a Committee of the whole House, - The Committee for Propositions for preparing Monies for the Northern Counties, to send to the Ports for Information, what Persons will subscribe, 17 Mar. - House to consider of a present Supply, 22.
-, 1643, House to consider the whole State of the Business of Money, both for raising it and bringing it in, 25 Apr. - To consider of a Supply for the Queen of Bohemia and the Prince Elector, 21 Aug.
-, 1644, House to consider of raising 8,000 l. Monthly for British and Scots Forces, 11 Apr.

Means for raising the Supply.
-,
-, 1643, Means of providing Monies for the Service of the whole Kingdom, considered in a Committee of the whole House; Resolution that the speedy Execution of the Order for assessing Members be proceeded with as One Means, 28 Mar. - A Committee to confer with Persons concerning raising Monies, by levying a Charge upon Commodities; Care thereof recommended to Two Members, 12 Apr. Order for their meeting the City at Guildhall, 13. Parties to attend them, 15. Order for their Meeting; further Power given them, 27 & 29 Apr. - 2 May. To proceed to Business, if Four present, 4. Report to be considered, 11 & 15. Resolutions for a Charge upon Tobacco, 16 - For a Charge upon Strong Beer, Ale, Cyder, and Perry - For a Charge upon Wines retailed, over and above the Customs, 17. Further Report; Votes concerning Sugars and Olive Oil, re-committed; Resolutions for a Charge upon Raisins - Figs, Currans, over and above the Customs, 24. For a Charge upon Sugars - Wrought Silks - Silk Curls - Silk Grograms - Sarsenetts - Sattins tinselled with Gold and Silver - Tust Taffeties - Sarsonella - Cypress, 27 - For a Charge upon Pepper, 26 June - For a Charge upon Soap, 6 Sept. - For an Excise upon Flesh - Salt - Tobacco-pipes, 15 Nov. - Business of the Excise to be considered, 3 June. Master and Treasurers appointed, 9 - Resolutions touching an Allowance to the Commissioners; Order for their putting the Ordinance for Excise in Execution - Form of the Oath to be taken by them, 13 Sept. House adhere to their former Vote touching the Allowance; a Committee to acquaint them therewith, and bring their positive Answer, 14. Answer reported; House appointed for them; another Auditor nominated, 15 - The Committee to consider of a new Excise upon other Commodities, 16 Jan. Business concerning the Obstructions of Excise, re-committed; Paper referred; Committees added, 26 - Report; nothing done thereupon - The Commissioners impowered to receive Half Excise upon Tobacco, due 11° September last - Time inlarged for paying the Half Excise upon Beer, Ale, and Wine, 8 Feb. - Resolution for continuing the Excise Six Months longer from September next, 7 Mar. - A Committee to consider of Means for raising present Monies, and a continual Supply, 28 Sept. - A Committee to consider of an Excise upon Tobacco-pipes, 7 Feb.
-, 1644, a Committce to consider of raising Monies for speedy setting forth the Forces, 11 Apr. Report; Resolution for raising 100,000 £ and touching Security to the Persons advancing it - Same Committee to consider of a Way for raising 300,000 £ out of Delinquents Estates, 13 - Another Committee to consider of Ways and Means for raising Monies, 27 May - Resolution for a Duty on Coals shipped from Port to Port, 15 July.

Application of public Monies.
-,
-, 1642, Order for paying 3,000 £ to Mr. White, 15 Mar. - For impressing 400 £ upon Account to Sir John Clotworthy, 17 - For paying 100 £ to Sir William Armyn, 18 - For paying 22 £ 10 s. to Mr. Marshall - 15 £ to Mr. Fitz - 150 £ 10 s. to Mr. Smart - 138 £ to Sir Robert King - 122 £ to Mr. Holden - 1,800 £ to Mr. Casteele - 60 £ to Mr. Walter - 184 £ 11 s. 6 d. to Mr. Butler - 132 £ to Mr. Lugg, - 86 £ 8 s. to Mr. Dyment - 40 £ to Mr. Higginson - 48 £ to Mr. Hooke - 214 £ 13 s. 4 d. to Mr. Wood. 22 - for paying the Rents belonging to the Rolls to the Treasurer at War - For paying him the casual Fines in Chancery, and Monies upon the Respite of Homage, 23.
-, 1643, Order for paying 1,000 £ for the Service of Staffordshire, 25 Mar. - For paying 370 £ to Mr. Wilshere - 500 £ to Mr. Frost, 30 - For paying to Sir John Hotham, upon Account, the Collections of the Customs at Hull, 4 Apr. - For paying Interest of Monies advanced upon Sir John Dreyden's and Mr. Crew's Security, 5 - For paying 200 £ to Sir Peter Wentworth - 2,000 £ to Sir Robert Harley, and others - 2,600 £ to the Earl of Bedford, and others, 8 - 50 £ to Dr. Bastwick - 50 £ to Captain Ludlow - 3,000 £ to Mr. Casteele, 11 - 1,000 £ to Sir Gilbert Gerrard - 500 £ for Relief of Galloway, 12 - For settling 1,000 £ per Annum on the Earl of Essex, 17 - For paying 1,000 £ to Sir William Lewis, and others, 18 - for paying several Sums, upon Account, to Colonel Venn, 20 - for paying 1,570 £ 13 s. 4 d. to Captain Bartlett, 21 - For paying several Sums to Sir Gilbert Gerrard, 22 - For sending 10,000 £ to Lord Fairfax, 8 May - for paying 1,200 £ to Sir Gilbert Gerrard, 12 - 107 £ 19 s. 3 d. to Mr. Wasse, 13 - 419 £ 6 s. to Commissary Copley - Several Sums to Colonel Venn, 22 - 1,000 £ to Sir Arthur Hasselrigg, 29 - For paying him, 140 £ 1 June - For paying 500 £ towards the Pay of Captain Withers's Troop - For paying 736 £ to Sir Arthur Hasselrigg, 2 - 700 £ to Sir Gilbert Gerrard, 3 - For paying him 150 £ 6 - For paying 8,000 £ to Lord Fairfax's Army, 8 - 1,000 £ to Sir William Waller, 9 - 1,000 £ to Sir Gilbert Gerrard, 10 - 200 £ to Mr. Turner, 13 - 500 £ to Lord Fairfax - 2,000 £ to Mr. Athe, 22 - 3,000 £ to the Queen of Bohemia - 2,000 £ to the Earl of Essex, and 3,000 £ more by Monthly Payments, 27 - 100 £ to Colonel Moore - 400 £ to Sir Edward Boyce, 8 July - 500 £ to Mr. Trenchard, 10 - 100 £ to Captain Wingate, 12 - 2, 719 £ 7 s. 10 d. to Mr. Pennoyer, 18 - 30,000 £ to the Scots Commissioners, 19 - 100 £ to Mr. Trenchard, 20 - 500 £ to Lord Fairfax, 25 - 600 £ to Mr. Trenchard, 29 - 620 £ 10 s. 10 d. to Sir John Conyers, 31 - 200 £ to Colonel Venn, 2 Aug. - 3,000 £ to Colonel Cromwell, 4 - 300 £ to Sir John Conyers, 5 - 600 £ for the Weekly Maintenance of the Garison at Aylesbury - 100 £ to Mr. Wakerley and Mr. Frost, 7 - 1,300 £ to Lord Willoughby, 8 - For Payment of Arrears to Sir William Waller, Sir Arthur Hasselrigg, Sir Michael Livesay and Captain Dewett - 200 £ for Imprest and Conduct-money, 18 - 300 £ to Mr. Trenchard, 18. Revoked, 19 - 6,000 £ to the Treasurer of the Navy, 21 - 13,930 £ 19 s. 8 d. to him, 23 - 100 £ to Colonel Monck, 1 Sept. - 200 £ to Mr. Loftus - 1,000 £ to Portsmouth, 8 - For bestowing 1,000 £ on Colonel Massey, 15 - For paying 3,000 £ to Sir Henry Vane, 23 - 200 £ to Mr. Trenchard, 28 - 500 £ to Sir Robert Harley, 29 - 1, 172 £ 14 s. to Mr. Loftus, 3 Oct. - 560 £ to Mr. Pury, 11 - 2,000 £ to Colonel Venn, 18 - 500 £ to Sir Gilbert Gerrard, 19 - For assigning 23,000 £ to Lord General's Army - For paying 200 £ to Colonel Aldrich, 31 - 200 £ to Sir Gilbert Gerrard - 1,000 £ to the Garison at Portsmouth - 1,000 £ to the Garison at Windsor, 6 Nov. - 150 £ to Mr. Rose, 15 - 400 £ to Lord Fairfax, 18 - 5,000 £ to Sir William Waller, 20 - 250 £ to Captain Hotham, 15 Dec. - 100 £ to Sir Walter Strickland - 50 £ to Mr. Wakerley, 22 - For assigning 4,000 £ to Sir William Waller out of the Excise - For paying 40 £ to Colonel Cooke - 40 £ to Colonel Vannest - 20 £ to Captain Smith, 3 Jan. - 100 £ to Major Scott and Captain Cockram, 6 - 1,500 £ to the Garison at Aylesbury - 2,000 £ for Arms and Ammunition, 8 - 300 £ to the Apothecaries and Surgeons, for maimed Soldiers in the Savoy, 10 - For a Monthly Allowance of 15,000 £ to Lord General's Army, 16 - For an additional Sum, 24 - For paying 250 £ to Lord Fairfax, 2 Feb. - 200 £ to Major Lidcott and Captain Vivars, 7 - 250 £ to Lord Fairfax, 10 - 3,036 £ 1 s. 8 d. to Lord General's Army, 15 - 20,000 £ Monthly to them, 19 - For consigning 3,000 £ to Sir Thomas Middleton - 1,000 £ to Lord Fairfax, 23 - For paying 1,000 £ to Lord General's Army, 27 - 5,000 £ to Sir William Brereton, 29 - 2,000 £ to Colonel Turner, 2 Mar. - 1,000 £ to the Foot of Lord General's Army, 7 - 500 £ more, 8 - 2,000 £ to the Garison at Windsor, 7. Vacated, 9 - For paying 1,000 £ to Sir William Brereton - For advancing 200 £ for Dispatches and Intelligence, 14 - For paying 7,360 £ 4 s. 4 d. to Mr. Cunningham, 15.
-, 1644, for paying 3,000 £ to Colonel Harvey, 26 Mar. - For providing 1,500 £ for setting forward the Artillery, 28
-, For paying 400 £ to Sir Thomas Middleton, 6 Apr. - 1,700 £ for Powder for Lord General's Army, 13 - 1,800 £ to Mr. Berrisford, 16 - 100 £ to Colonel Milton - 8,000 £ to Lord Fairfax, 18 - 100 £ to Captain Cannon, 25 - 900 £ to Mr. Berrisford, 30 - 5,000 £ to Sir William Waller's Brigade - 10,000 £ to Lord General's Army, 6 May - 680 £ 10 s. to Armourers, 7 - 300 £ upon Account to Mr. Frost, 10 - 338 £ 6 s. to Mr. Ashton and Mr. Asherst, 20 - 200 £ Weekly for maimed Soldiers, and the Widows and Children of those slain in the Parliament Service, 13 June - For paying 300 £ to Colonel Marten, 20 - 3,000 £ to the Garison at Gloucester, 22 - 840 £ to Colonel Roe, 5 July - 500 £ Monthly to the Garison at Portsmouth, 19 - 154 £ to Mr. Skinner, 29 - 5,000 £ to Mr. Courteen, 3 Aug. - 300 £ to Mr. Frost, 10 - 1,000 £ for Barnstable, 26 - For providing 9,000 £ for the Train with Lord General's Army, 27 Sept. - For paying 2,000 £ to his Army, 28 - 240 £ for Surgeons Chests - 500 £ to the Waggon Master General, 7 Oct. - 500 £ to the Muster Master General, 8 - For providing 3,000 £ for the Garisons, 18 Nov. - For paying 1,000 £ to Mr. Frost, 23.

Bills of Supply.
-,
-, 1642, Bill for present Payment of Monies for Supply of the Armies in Ireland, committed, 17 Mar.
-, 1642, a Committee to prepare Bill for raising 200,000 £ by way of Subsidy, for the Service of Ireland, to be repaid out of the Rebels Estates, 21 Mar. To withdraw, 23.

Ordinances of Supply.
-,
-, 1643, a Committee to prepare Ordinance for a Charge upon strong Beer, Ale, Cyder, and Perry, 17 May. Ordinance read, and re-committed, 23.
-, 1643, Ordinance for a Charge upon Commodities, read, 1 June. Read, Clause by Clause, and agreed to; the Committee to consider of Officers, and an Allowance to them, 5. Ordinance and List annexed, re-committed, 12. List and Schedule of the Commodities charged, read and agreed to; Resolution thereupon; Observations upon the Ordinance read, and recommitted; Resolution for managing the Business by a Commission, 16. Propositions concerning the Excise read, and recommitted; to be inserted; the Committee to prepare Provise concerning Tobacco, Pepper, and St. Martin's Toys, and to consider of Persons fit to be Treasurers, 19. Treasurers approved; Mr. Rushworth to be recommended to them, and the Commissioners; Ordinance reported, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 26 - Message, desiring them to speed their Answer, 8, 12 & 15 July. Conference desired by them thereupon, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and to be reported, 15. Reported; previous and main Questions for agreeing to the Commissioners and Treasurer named by the Lords, severally Affirmative; House adhere to all the other Clauses; Ordinance to be printed; Member excused from any Employment therein, at his own Request, 17. Another Conference desired with Lords, agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, 18. Another desired by them, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported, 20. Another Conference desired by Lords, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; a Committee of both Houses to regulate the Officers, 22 - Auditor appointed; Ordinance of Excise read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 6 Sept. - Ordinance returned from them, with an Amendment; Amendment agreed to, 8.
-, 1643, Ordinance for raising 200,000 £ for the Service of Ireland, to be prepared, 9 June - Read, and committed, 26 Aug.
-, 1643, a Committee to prepare Ordinance for public Faith for Monies subscribed before the Committee at Merchant Taylors Hall, 21 July.
-, 1643, a Committee to prepare Ordinance for an Excise on Salt and Flesh, 15 Nov. - Ordinance read twice, 6 Dec. Committed, 6, 23 & 25 - Reported; Order for an Excise on Poultry, Rabbets, and Pigeons; Ordinance to be ingrossed, 1 Jan. Passed, 3. Returned from Lords, with Amendments; Amendments agreed to, 10.
-, 1643, a Committee to prepare Ordinance for an Excise upon Tobacco-pipes, 7 Dec.
-, 1643, Ordinance for moderating the Excise upon Tobacco of the English Plantations, read twice and passed, 20 Dec. Agreed to by Lords, 23.
-, 1643, Ordinance for an additional Excise upon Soap, read twice, and committed, 23 Dec. - Reported; nothing done thereupon, 13 Jan.
-, 1643, a Committee to consider of an Ordinance for Excise upon all Goods imported, except Arms, Ammunition, and Victual, 30 Jan.
-, 1643, Ordinance for better raising Monies in the Four associated Counties, read twice, and committed, 30 Jan.
-, 1643, Ordinance for raising 20,000 £ for recruiting Lord General's Army, read twice, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 1 Feb.
-, 1643, Ordinance for assessing the 20th and 5th Parts, read, 7 Feb.
-, 1644, Report from the Committee appointed to consider the Ordinance; Resolution touching Persons to be assessed, 26 Mar.
-, 1643, Ordinance for raising 6 s. per Cent. on Zant Currans, read twice, and committed, 12 Feb. - Reported, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 5 Mar.
-, 1643, Member to prepare Ordinance for raising Monies on Currans imported, 14 Feb. Ordinance read twice, and passed, 27. Agreed to by Lords, 29.
-, 1643, Ordinance concerning Tonnage and Poundage, returned from Lords, with Amendments; Amendments to be considered, 23 Mar.
-, 1644, Ordinance for raising Monies for Maintenance of the Garison at Northampton, read, and passed, 28 Mar. Sent to Lords, 29.
-, 1644, Member to prepare Ordinance for raising Part of the Monies promised to the Scots, 4 Apr.
-, 1644, Ordinance for a new Impost on several Commodities, read; Report to be made concerning that Business before Second Reading, 8 Apr. - Ordinance committed, 11 May.
-, 1644, Ordinance for a new Impost upon divers Commodities not excised, for Payment of the Debts of Handicraftsmen, read, 16 Apr. - Committed, 11 May.
-, 1644, a Committee to prepare Ordinance for further proceeding upon the new Excise, 28 May - Ordinance read twice, and committed, 15 June - Reported, and passed, 3 July. Sent to Lords, 5. Agreed to by them, 10.
-, 1644, a Committee to prepare Ordinance, by Sale of Delinquents Estates, for raising a Month's Pay for Lord Fairfax and the Scots Army; Ordinance read twice, and committed, 29 July.
-, 1644, Ordinance for raising Monies for providing Stores, read twice, and committed; reported; Continuance thereof; Sum specified; Ordinance passed, 24 Aug. Agreed to by Lords, 29.
-, 1644, a Committee to prepare Ordinance for raising 80,000 £ for the Service of Ireland; Propositions for raising the Money, referred, 27 Aug. - Ordinance read twice, and committed, 3 Sept. The Committee to perfect it, not intermeddling with the Alterations made by the Grand Committee, 13. Ordinance reported; Resolution for assessing 300 £ Weekly upon the City - Several Rates upon the Counties agreed to - Names of Committees to be brought to the Committee in the Exchequer; the Committee to appoint Treasurers and a Cheque; their Names to be inserted; Ordinance re-committed; Order for Meeting of the Committee, 30 - Ordinance sent to Lords, 11 Oct. Returned, with Amendments; Amendments agreed to, 16.
-, 1644, a Committee to prepare Ordinance for a Weekly Assessment of the whole Kingdom, 29 Aug.
-, 1644, Ordinance for raising Monies for the Preservation of London, Parts adjacent, and the Parliament, 3 Sept.
-, 1644, Ordinance for laying One Tenth more upon Merchandize imported, read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 23 Sept.
-, 1644, Ordinance for a Rate upon Strong Waters, 26 Sept. Agreed to by Lords, 27.
-, 1644, Ordinance for melting down the King's Plate in the Tower, for raising Monies, read twice and committed, 4 Oct. Another Committee joined, 5. Ordinance passed, 11. Conference desired by Lords concerning it, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; House adhere to their former Vote; a Committee to assign Reasons, 15.
-, 1644, Ordinance for continuing the Ordinance for an Excise upon Flesh, to be presented, 5 Dec. Read twice, and passed, 6. Agreed to by Lords, 7.
-, 1644, Member to prepare Ordinance for raising Monies by Impositions on Commodities, for maintaining the Northern Counties, 19 Dec.
-, 1643, Committees or Commissioners named in the several Ordinances for raising Monies, upon Refusal to act, to be reputed ill affected, and their Names to be returned to the House; Order to be printed, 14 Apr. - No Ordinance for raising Monies to be brought in without a precedent Order, 2 Nov. - A Committee to consider of Ordinances giving Power to raise Monies, 4 Mar.

Surplices,
-, 1643, Member to prepare Ordinance to inhibit the wearing them in Churches, 30 Sept. - Ordinance for taking them from thence, and applying them to the Relief of maimed Soldiers; Parsons, &c. to be injoined not to wear them during Divine Service, 3 Oct.

Surry,
-, 1643, Warrants for raising 1,000 £ upon the middle Division, read; Lord General to be acquainted with the Complaints occasioned thereby; Members to go down, and put in Execution the Ordinances for a Weekly Assessment, and for seizing Delinquents Estates; impowered to put in Execution the Propositions in those Parts which have not contributed, 31 Mar. - Lord General to be acquainted that Monies are levied, by his Warrant, upon those that have contributed to the Propositions, 3 Apr. - Order touching the signing Warrants for levying Monies upon all Ordinances for Advance thereof, 8. Committees added, 17 May - 7 June - 10 Aug. - 1 Mar. - Deputy Lieutenants to deliver to Sir Arthur Hasselrigg List of Malignants in the County, 12 May - Order for Re-payment of Monies advanced by the middle Division, 19 - A Committee to prepare Letter to be sent to the County to rise, 5 July - Member to prepare Ordinance for raising Money and Forces, 18. Ordinance sent to Lords; Committees added thereto, 24. Ordinance returned, with Amendments, 25. Amendments agreed to, 27 - The Committee to be injoined to associate with Southampton, Kent, and Essex, 18 July. Vide Southampton, County - Order touching raising Horses, 7 Aug. - To be put in Execution speedily, 13 Sept. - Order for appointing a new Collector in the middle Division - For Commissioners to give Directions for levying the Residue upon the Bill for 400,000 £ 10 Aug. - Deputy Lieutenants agreed to by Lords, 13 Sept. - A Committee to prepare Ordinance for associating Surry, Sussex, Kent, and Hertfordshire, 2 Oct. Ordinance read, and agreed to, 27 - The Committee to raise the Proportion of Foot set upon them - Lord General to be desired to grant his Warrants for pressing - Letter to be written to Sir William Waller to send Officers to receive them as they are levied, 30 Nov. - Order for sending down Billet-money, 5 Dec. - High Sheriff appointed; the putting the County under a Sheriff divided from Sussex, not to be drawn into Precedent, 30 - Additional Deputy Lieutenants from Lords, agreed to, 24 Jan.
-, 1644, Petition from the Committee at the Bridge Foot, and the Gentlemen of the County, read, and referred to a Committee, 22 Apr. - Committee impowered to compose the Differences between the Gentlemen and the Committee - Order for levying Arrears of the Weekly Assessments, 9 May - The Committee to pay Money due upon the Ordinance of Association, 6 June - Deputy Lieutenant appointed, 28 - Member to prepare Letter to quicken the County to send up their Forces, 21 Aug. - Petition of Ministers, 24 Sept. - Report concerning Dissensions between the Committees; a Committee to consider Ordinances granted to the County, 13 Nov. - Petition of Gentlemen, &c. read, 21 - Member to prepare Letter to the Committees to bring in Monies for Payment of their Forces, 10 Dec.

Sussex,
-, 1643, Members to go down and advance the Ordinances for Weekly Assessments, and sequestering Delinquents Estates, 8 & 14 Apr. - Order for paying the Forces out of Monies raised thereupon, 14 Apr. - Committees added to the Committees for Ordinances for raising Monies, 14 Apr. - 17 May - 15 July - Deputy Lieutenants to deliver to Sir Arthur Hasselrigg List of Malignants in the County, 12 May. - Members to give Account of the Weekly Assessments, 27 June - Deputy Lieutenants appointed - A Committee to prepare Letter to the County to rise, 5 July - Petition of Gentlemen, &c. read, and referred to a Committee, 17 - Ordinance for raising Monies and Forces, read, and agreed to - The County to be injoined to associate with Southampton, Surry, and Kent. Vide Southampton, County - Committees for disposing the Affairs of the County, appointed, 18 - Others added, 21 July - 9 Aug. - Account of Collections upon the Ordinances for Monies to be sent up to the Treasurer at War - Note of Arrears, and of Collectors in Arrear, to be sent to the Treasurers for receiving it, 25 July - Committees discharged, 4 & 14 Sept. - A Committee to prepare Ordinance for associating Sussex, Surrey, Kent, and Hertfordshire, 2 Oct. Ordinance read, and agreed to, 27 - The Committee to raise the Proportion set upon them - Lord General to be desired to grant his Warrant for Pressing - Letter to be written to Sir William Waller, to send Officers to receive Men as they are levied - Petition of the Well-affected read, and referred to the Committee for Safety, 30 Nov. - A Committee to withdraw and consider of clearing the County, and to consult with the Lord Lieutenant touching the Security thereof - High Sheriff appointed; Commissioners of the Great Seal to pass his Patent; Lords Concurrence signified, 9 Dec. - Letter to Speaker, concerning the Affairs of the County, referred to a Committee, 8 Feb. - Order touching the Payment of Billet-money, 15 - Committees Letter concerning the Carriage of the Forces, referred to a Committee, 20 - Petition from the Western Parts, and Committees Letter on behalf of Persons imprisoned by the Council of War, upon the Death of Two Soldiers slain by them, referred to a Committee; Declaration against the Council Proceeding - Order for sending them to the County Gaol, and trying them according to Law, 24.
-, 1644, a Committee to prepare Letter to the Committees, to take effectual Course that the Regiment belonging to the Association may march to Sir William Waller, 9 May - Deputy Lieutenants added, 3 June - The Committee to pay Monies due upon the Ordinance of Association, 6 - Member to prepare Letter to quicken the County to send up their Forces, 21 Aug. - Petition and Articles against several Committees, referred to a Committee, 16 Oct. - Member to go down and assist in the Preservation of the County, 21 - Letter from thence, read; Part, touching the demolishing or garisoning several strong Houses, referred to the Committee of both Kingdoms; Part, concerning compounding with Delinquents, referred to the Committee at Haberdashers Hall, 29 - Member to prepare Letter to the Committees to bring in Monies for Payment of their Forces, 10 Dec.

Sutton
-, Marsh, 1643, Ordinance from Lords concerning it, 20 July.

Sutton,
-, Mr. 1643, voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament - Resolution for sequestering his Estate, 25 Dec.

Sutton's
-, Hospital. Vide Charterhouse.

Swadlyn,
-, Mr. 1643, to be removed from Gresham College to Norwich Gaol, 26 May - From London House to Newgate, 2 Aug. - To be tried by martial Law as a Spy; Lord General to be moved for a Commission, 10 Nov.

Swallow,
-, Mr. 1643, to be summoned to attend the Service of the House, 10 Apr.

Swallow,
-, a Ship, 1643, Captain to attend the Committee for the Navy, and give Account why the Ship is not ready, 23 Oct.

Swanbourn,
-, 1643, a Committee to prepare Ordinance for assigning Timber to the Inhabitants, for Repair of their Houses, burnt by the King's Forces, 29 May - Ordinance sent to Lords, 10 June.

Swanley,
-, Captain, 1644, thanked for his Services, and to be presented with a Gold Chain and Medal, 4 June - Order for him to repair to Milford Haven, and land Forces to join with Major General Langherne, 26 July. Sent to Lords, 29 - Order for him to convey Monies to Lord General, 7 Aug. - The Committee for the Navy to consider of employing him, and of his Letter, 17.

Swanne,
-, William, 1643, ordered into Custody; Examination referred to the Committee for Prisoners, 9 Aug.

Swanton,
-, Katharine, 1643, Petition referred to the Committee for Captives, 21 Apr.

Swearing.
-, Vide Incest.

Sweden,
-, 1644, Order for sending Agents thither from both Kingdoms, 16 Apr. Agreed to by Lords, 17. Vide Movatt.

Swift,
-, Sir Francis, 1642, to be sent for, as a Delinquent, for being a Defaulter in all Services, 22 Mar.

Swiftsure,
-, a Ship, 1643, Order for supplying it with Corn, 8 Sept.

Swinhoe,
-, 1643, Order for placing a Minister there in the room of the late Incumbent, deceased, 12 Feb.

Sydenham,
-, Major, 1643, Order for Re-payment of Money advanced by him, 26 Feb.

Sylyard,
-, Sir Edward, 1643, Order for stopping Letters going to him beyond Sea - For his Return into England within a limited Time, 14 June.

Symmes,
-, John, 1643, Information touching his fraudulent landing Goods at Lyme; Governor to be desired to summon him to appear, and, upon Refusal, send him up in safe Custody, 5 Oct.
-, Mr. 1643, to be discharged from his Lecture, and not preach any-where, 9 Oct.



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