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'Index - A', Journal of the House of Commons: volume 3: 1643-1644 (1802), pp. 1-5. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=8429 Date accessed: 24 October 2014.


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Abbott,
-, Mr. 1643, to be tried for a Conspiracy, 29 June.
-, George, a Member, 1643, to be summoned upon Fourteen Days Respite, 22 Jan.

Abbys,
-, William, 1642, Order for his Discharge, 18 Mar.

Abdy,
-, Sir Thomas, 1643, Order for Sale of his sequestered Goods, 28 Sept. - for Payment of Part of the Dividend, 15 Jan.

Abercorn,
-, Lord, 1643, Order for seizing and selling his Goods, and for Disposal of the Proceed thereof, 9 Feb.

Abercromy,
-, Captain, 1644, his Company to stand and be allowed on the Establishment, 10 May.
-, Mrs. 1644, Order for redelivering her Goods found at St. James's, 24 June.

Abergavenney,
-, Lord, 1644, Order touching an Allowance to his Sisters, 7 Nov.

Aberneth,
-, George, 1644, to have Warrant to go into the King's Quarters; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 9 Aug.

Abingdon,
-, 1644, Order for securing the Garrison and Town, 5 Oct. - Letter relating to the relieving it, 3 Dec. - Order for disposing the Horse Quarters, for better Relief thereof, 19.

Ablin,
-, James, 1643, Petition referred to the Committee for the Navy, 23 Mar.

Accounts,
-, 1642, a Committee to inquire after Monies raised and issued for the Army, 20 Mar. Committees added, 22.
-, 1643, Committee revived, and impowered to alter the Time and Place of Meeting, 6 Apr. - Orders for their Meeting, 5 June - 12 July. - The Committee to allow 12 d. in the Pound to Receivers of the public Monies, 5 June. Order enlarged, 23. State of the Accounts of the Weekly Assessments to be reported, 25. Reported, 27. - Report touching Mr. Goss, 13 July. Vide Goss. - Committee impowered to put Persons under Restraint, 18 Oct. - To demand Account of Monies collected for setting forth Sir William Waller's Forces, 21. - Accounts of the old Commissioners of the Customs to be delivered to a Committee, 4 Apr. - State thereof reported, and re-committed, 15 Aug. Farther Report. Resolution and Order thereupon, 23. - Accounts of the Commissioners of Excise for the first Quarter, referred to the Committee for Safety of the Kingdom, 13 Dec. - Auditors to dispatch their Accounts with all Diligence, 16 Feb. - Ordinance concerning the Accounts at Haberdashers Hall read, and committed, 12 June. Passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 27. - Brief State of the Accounts of Ireland read, and referred to the Committee for Irish Affairs, 12 May - Account between Lord Forbes and the Committee for Adventurers, in Part allowed; Residue to be considered, 25 - A Committee to be appointed for taking and directing the Accounts of the whole Kingdom; Qualification of Committees; Power given them to name Sub-committees; the Committee, and Officers under them, to take an Oath of Fidelity; Ordinance for constituting this Committee ordered, 4 Nov. To be read, 20. Read, 22. Order for 2d Reading, 25. - Ordinance committed; Names of Committees ordered, 1 Jan. Ordinance passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 29. - Signified with Amendments, 15 Feb. Amendments disagreed to; Committee to assign Reasons, 17. Reasons reported; Conference desired thereupon; Managers appointed; Conference agreed to, and held - Accountants to be sworn, 22. Order touching a House to meet in, 26 - Informations to be delivered to them, 14 Mar.
-, 1644, Ordinance for explaining the former read twice, and committed, 6 June. Committee revived, and Order for Meeting, 13. - Ordinance reported, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 1 July. Signified with Amendments; Amendments agreed to, 10 - The Committee to take Accounts of Monies received, and Stores delivered, by the Officers of the Ordnance, 24 Aug. - Another Committee to prepare Instructions for them in the Accounts of the Officers of all the Armies, 19 Oct. - Certificate presented from them read, and to be considered - Member to prepare Ordinance concerning Appeals from them, 3 Dec. - Account of Money received and issued by Order of the Committee for the Revenue, read and allowed, 25 May - A Committee to consider the Receipts and Issues of Monies that come into the State, 21 Aug. Committees added; Committee impowered to appoint Sub-committees, 24 - State of Arrears of last Four Months Weekly Assessment, 31 - Member to receive Accounts concerning the Arrears thereof, 11 Sept. - Accounts of the Commissioners of the antient and petty Customs to be delivered to a Committee - Present Commissioners to deliver a perfect State of their Accounts to a Committee, 30 Sept.

Acton,
-, Jane, 1642, Petition read; nothing done thereupon, 15 March.
-, Edward, 1643, voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament, 5 Feb.
-, John, 1643, Order for selling his Plate to satisfy Assessments, 4 July.
-, Sir William, 1644, Petition read and referred to the Committee for the Navy; another Committee to seize and secure his Estate in the mean time, 2 Sept.

Acton,
-, 1643, Order for sequestering the Living, 30 Sept. - Ordinance for that Purpose read, and agreed to, 26 Oct.

Adams,
-, Captain, 1644, Petition; Order touching his Arrears, 17 May.

Adjournment
-, till Afternoon, 16 and 17 Mar. 1642 - 25 and 30 Mar. - 5, 8, 11, 17, and 18 Apr. - 15 and 29 June. - 1 July - 19 Aug. - 26 Oct. - 10 Feb. 1643 - 8 Apr. - 10 June - 24 July - 31 Aug. - 7 and 30 Sept. - 9, 16, 19, and 21 Dec. 1644.
-, 1643, Question for adjourning every other Day, Neg. 17 Apr. - Adjournment to be considered, 30 Sept. - Question for adjourning over, Neg. 4 Nov. - Resolution for it, 8. - for adjourning from Mondays to Wednesdays, and from Wednesdays to Saturdays, 13.
-, 1644, Resolution for adjourning over, 11 and 25 Apr. - for adjourning every Tuesday and Thursday, 28 June.

Administrations,
-, 1643, a Committee to consider about Letters of Administration and Probates of Wills, and preparing Order for Remedy thereof, 13 May.
-, 1644, Ordinance concerning them read, and re-committed - The Committee to prepare Ordinance for disposing of Administrations and Probates of Wills, without Prejudice to the National Covenant, 22 July - Revived; Order for their Meeting, 21 Aug. - for making Report, 1 Oct.

Admiral,
-, Lord High. Vide Warwick, Earl of.

Admiralty,
-, 1643, Commissioners appointed; Lords Concurrence signified, 16 Aug.
-, Court of, 1643, Ordinance for appointing a Judge and Register read twice, and committed to a Committee of the whole House, 22 Nov.

Adultery.
-, Vide Incest.

Aiscough,
-, Sir Edward, 1643, Order for paying him 20 £ lent to Captain Hotham, 18 Aug.
-, Colonel, 1643, to be thanked for his Services, 18 Oct.

Alanson,
-, Sir William, 1643, a Committee to consider of Satisfaction to him for his Journies, 13 July - To attend the Service of the House, 19 Aug.
-, 1644, Ordinance appointing him Clerk of the Hanaper for Life, 31 May - Agreed to by the Lords, 5 June.

Albans,
-, St. 1643, Ordinance for raising 12 d. in the Pound for maintaining a Minister, read, 30 Jan. - Letter from thence, representing the great Necessity of the Army; Order for sending down 1,000 £ 7 Mar.
-, 1644, Committees Letter concerning the Situation of the Enemy, and plundering Leighton, read 24 June.
-, Earl of, 1643, Ordinance for discharging his Sequestration, 17 May. Agreed to by the Lords, 18 - Resolution for sequestering his Estate, 10 Nov. Order for disposing of it towards the Payment of Lord General, 15.

Alcock,
-, Sir Thomas, 1643, Business concerning him referred to the Committee for Examinations, 15 Apr. Order for his Discharge, 17.

Aldburgh,
-, 1643, Order touching keeping Watch and Ward in the Town, 10 Oct.

Aldenham,
-, 1643, Order for sequestering the Living; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 15 Apr. Desired, 20. Message from them, desiring Proofs may be sent up, 25.

Aldgate,
-, Mr. 1643, to be removed to Winchester House, 12 Sept.

Aldriche,
-, Colonel, 1644, Order for Drums, Colours, &c.; for his Regiment, 28 Nov.

Aldworth,
-, Richard, 1643, his Letter desiring Repayment of his Loan, 11 Apr. - Ordinance for that Purpose, 13 June - His Petition; Order for restoring his Goods, 9 Sept.

Ale.
-, Vide Beer, Soap, and Supply.

Alehouse-keepers,
-, 1643, a Committee to consider of Means to enforce them to sell at the accustomed Rates, 7 Nov.

Alexander,
-, a Ship, 1643, Order for delivering the Surgeon's Chest and Tobacco on board to Mr. Jepson; Master to be sent for as a Delinquent, 4 Sept. Vide Thorpe, Robert.

Alexander,
-, Mr. 1643, to be sent for by Serjeant; Examination referred to a Committee, 18 Oct. Report, and Order for his Discharge, 26.
-, Mr. 1644, Previous Question for suspending him from the Treasurership for the Monies in Ireland, Affirmative; a Committee to consider his Carriage, 20 Aug.

Alford,
-, John, 1643, Petition against him referred to the Committee for Irish Affairs, 2 June - Order for his attending the Committee for sequestering absent Members Estates, 28 Sept.
-, 1644, Letter concerning the Resort of ill-affected People to his House, referred to the Committee for Examinations, 29 Oct.
-, Sir Edward, 1643, Order for sequestering his Estate, 28 Sept. - Voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament, 22 Jan.
-, Mr. 1644, brought up a Prisoner, 10 Oct.

Algiers.
-, Vide Captives.

Alicant,
-, Francis, Vide Privileges.

Allen,
-, George, 1643, Order for his Discharge upon taking the Protestation, 11 Apr.
-, Matthias, 1643, to be sent for by Serjeant, 8 May.
-, William, 1643, to be removed from Lambeth House to Norwich Gaol, 26 May - Order for his Discharge, 17 Aug.
-, William, and others, 1644, Petition read, and referred to the Committee for the Navy, 1 Apr.
-, Sir Thomas, 1644, to be admitted to his Fine and Composition; House accepts 1,000 £; Order for Disposal thereof, 30 Nov. - Ordinance for discharging his Sequestration read, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 13 Dec. Signified, 23.

Allestree,
-, Mr. 1643, to attend the Committee for sequestering absent Members Estates; Voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament; Letter and Articles against him read; Order for sequestering his Estate; the Committee at Derby to receive his Answer; Mayor to produce his Patent for the Recordership, 19 Oct. - Order for discharging him from the Office, 22 Jan.

Allhallows,
-, Lombard Street, 1643, Ordinance for sequestering the Living read, and agreed to, 27 July.

Allington,
-, Lord, 1643, his Delinquency, and Informations against him, referred to the Committee for Examinations, 17 June.

Allott,
-, Captain William, and Thomas Kynaston, 1644, Petition read; Order for restoring their Goods, 20 June.

All Souls College,
-, Oxon, 1643, Rent due to them to be deposited in the Hands of a Member, 11 Apr.

Alney,
-, Yeldered, 1644, to be sent up in safe Custody, 19 Nov, - To be removed from the Vicarage of Newcastle, 5 Dec.

Alsford,
-, Mr. 1644, Order for assessing him 400 £ for his 20th Part; a Committee to demand Payment thereof, 12 Aug.

Alloffe,
-, Mary, 1643, to have Warrant to pass to the Hague, 15 Aug.

Alton,
-, 1643, Prisoners taken there to be committed to the several Prisons appointed by Speaker's Warrant, 20 Dec.

Alverslocke,
-, 1643, Order for sequestering the Living read, and agreed to, 7 Nov.

Alum,
-, and Alum Mines, 1643, a Committee to consider the Business of them, 7 Feb.

Ambassadors,
-, 1642, nothing to be received from them, unless directed to one or both Houses, or to their Speakers, 22 Nov.
-, 1644, their Messages delivered to Speaker to be in Writing, and attested under their own Hands, 24 Oct.

Ambrose,
-, Dr. 1644, to be sent up in safe Custody, 19 Nov.

Ambulaus,
-, Captain, 1643, Petition referred to the Committee for Scots Reformadoes, 26 Jan.

American
-, Islands, 1643, a Committee to consider of a Governor General for them, 20 Oct. - Order for constituting a Governor, and settling the Government, read, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 31. - Signified, 2 Nov.

Amersham,
-, 1643, Letter from thence read, and referred to the Committee of both Kingdoms, 11 March.

Ammunition.
-, Vide Arms.

Anabaptists.
-, Vide Antinomians.

Ancram,
-, Earl of, 1643, Petition; Order for paying him 500 £ 16 June. For Payment of Part thereof, 26 - Letter concerning the taking him, and Papers found upon him, read, and to be printed; Copy thereof to be sent to Lords; Order for Major General Monroe to try him by Martial Law; Copy of Order to be sent to the Major, 6 July.

Anderson,
-, Stephen. Vide Heron, Edward.
-, Sir H. 1643, admitted to sit upon Report from the Committee for absent Members, 14 Apr. - Order for re-delivering his Monies, &38;c. 12 July. - for re-delivering what belongs to his Lady and Sons; Sir H. to have Warrant to go to Hull, and Leave to visit Mr. Hotham in his Keeper's presence; his Son to be recommended for an Exchange, 3 Aug. - Order for restoring his Monies, &38;c. revoked, 20 - Letter concerning his House at Gloucester; Colonel Devereux to remain there, 24 Oct. - The Committee for Examinations to withdraw, and peruse Papers taken with him; Papers read; Order for keeping him in safe Custody, 8 Nov. Papers to be brought into the House, 27 - Order for committing him to the Tower; Sentence pronounced; Lieutenant to allow him 40 s. a Week, 12 Dec.
-, 1644, Proposition from Newcastle concerning electing another Burgess in his room, to be considered, 5 Dec.
-, Robert, 1643, to be exchanged for Mr. Arderne, 6 Sept.
-, Lawrence, 1643, Petition referred to the Committee for the Navy, 18 Nov.

Andrews,
-, Thomas, and others, 1643, Petition referred to the Committee for Irish Affairs, 18 Apr.
-, Captain, 1643, ordered into Custody; a Committee to receive Complaints against him and his Officers, 24 May. Order for his Discharge, and for delivering him Horses he had seized, 25.
-, 1644, Order for providing Arms for his Troop, 18 Nov.
-, Edward, 1644, to have Warrant to go with his Tutor and Servants beyond Sea, 4 June.

Annandale,
-, Earl of, 1643, voted an Incendiary; Resolution for sequestering his Estate in England, 10 May.
-, Countess of, 1643, to have Warrant to go into Scotland, 18 Dec.

Ansell,
-, Captain, 1643, his Troop to be sent to Lord General, with Desire to proceed against them, 17 Apr.

Antinomians,
-, 1643, their Opinions reported; Assembly to compare them with the Word of God and Articles of the Church; their Books referred, 12 Sept. Report of Resolutions and Opinions to be considered, 23 - Paper and Petition concerning them referred to a Committee, 10 Oct. Committee impowered to send for Parties, &38;c. 18 - The Assembly to review and enlarge their Opinion, 25.
-, 1644, Ordinance to prevent the Assembling of Antinomians and Anabaplists, ordered, 29 Mar. - The Committee for plundered Ministers to consider of preventing Mischiefs from their dangerous Opinions, 7 May - They present the Assembly's Advice, 1 Nov. Order for considering it, 1, 12, and 15. Considered; Resolution touching preaching Ministers, 15.

Antonio,
-, Marc, 1643, his Information concerning transporting 20,000 £ belonging to a Papist; Order for a Reward to him; a Committee, with Guards, to go with him and seize the Monies, 11 Aug.

Antrim,
-, Lord, 1643, a Committee to consider of a fit Person to secure him and his Papers; Order for sequestering his Estate in England, 13 June. Messenger to be sent into Ireland for him, 20 - A Committee to prepare Instructions touching his Business, 17 July - Papers from Scotland concerning him sent to Lords, 19. Other Papers concerning him, 27.

Apothecaries
-, Company, 1644, to appoint Surgeons for Lord General's Army, 12 Oct.

Appleyard,
-, Lieutenant Colonel, 1643, to repair to his Charge at Hull, 4 July.

Apsley,
-, Colonel, 1644, Letter concerning him, and Articles against him, read; to be sent for by Serjeant; Deputy Governor of Arundell Castle to attend, to answer the releasing him, 26 Aug. - Order for bailing him; Information referred to a Committee; Petition of his Officers referred, 30 Sept. - Referred to other Committees, 4 and 23 Nov.

Aqueduct
-, Money, 1643, Order touching paying it to the Treasurers for Ireland, 9 June. Agreed to by Lords, 21.

Ardagh,
-, Bishop of, 1642, Order for paying him 100 £ out of the Contribution-monies, 22 Mar.
-, 1643, Agreed to by Lords, 25 Mar.

Argyle,
-, Marquis of, 1643, his Letter read, and referred to the Committee of both Kingdoms, 19 Mar.

Arke,
-, a Ship, 1643, Petition of Owners read, and referred to the Committee for the Navy, 15 Dec.

Artington,
-, 1643, Order for sequestering the Living read, and agreed to, 9 Oct.

Armagh,
-, Archbishop of, 1643, to be discharged from being of the Assembly, 11 Oct. - Order for sequestering and selling his Goods, and disposing of the Proceed thereof, 9 Feb.
-, 1644, Order for selling his Books forthwith, 30 Aug.

Arms
-, and Ammunition, 1643, a Committee to consider of satisfying Persons that have furnished the State with them, and of providing them for the future, 25 Nov. - Ordinance for paying 500 £ at Haberdashers Hall for buying Arms; ordered, 20 Dec. - A Committee to prepare Ordinance concerning conveying them to the King's Quarters, 12 Feb.
-, 1644, a Committee to treat for English Musquets and Pistols, 10 Sept.

Armstrong,
-, Henry, 1643, Information touching his fraudulent landing Goods at Lynn; Governor to be desired to summon him to appear, and, upon Refusal, to send him up in safe Custody, 5 Oct.
-, Mr. 1643, his Children to have Warrant to go to him in Ireland, 27 May.

Army,
-, 1643, Order touching an Allowance to the Auditor; Rules concerning the Muster and Payment of the Army read, and referred to a Committee, 5 Apr. Read again, and agreed to; Order for Soldiers and Officers to repair to their Colours, 6 - for searching for and committing Deserters, 7. - Order for 10 £ for Discharging of Horses, and Convoy of Deserters, 19 - touching Carts to carry down Provisions, 20 - for sending down Oats from the Mews, 25 - The Committee for the Excise to consider any Propositions for advancing Money for the Army, 22 May. Order touching Deserters, 27 - for sending down Soldiers; Lord General to be desired to depute Persons here to punish Deserters, 29 - Auditor appointed, 22 June - Order for Officers to repair with their Recruits to their proper Services, 24 - Letter from Officers and Commanders read, and referred to the Committee for Safety, 29 - Physicians appointed; Order touching their Allowance, and the Allowance to Surgeons, 1 July - Order for raising a moving Body of Horse and Dragoons out of the several Counties; House to assign the Proportion of each County; the Proposition agreed to; Time and Place for their Rendezvous appointed; a Committee to prepare Ordinance pursuant thereto; the Committee for Safety to consider of fit Persons to be Field Officers; Trained Bands to appear at the Days and Places appointed; Order for the Counties to raise a Month's Pay for every Soldier and Horse, 18 - Order for punishing Deserters, 24 - Question for publishing it, Neg. 1 Aug. - A Committee to nominate a Council of War, and to prepare Instructions for them, 27 July - Order for presenting the Names, 1 Aug. Names and Instructions reported, and agreed to; Copies to be sent to the several Persons, 2. Lord General to be desired to appoint another President in the Earl of Manchester's Absence, and to appoint an Advocate, 25 - National Covenant, and Explanations, to be sent down; Lord General to be desired it may be tendered to the Army - Ordinance for pressing Men read, and agreed to, 1 Aug. Lords Concurrence signified, 10. - Ordinance for Cloathing Soldiers, &38;c. read, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence signified, 10 - Ordinance for their repairing to their Colours; agreed to by Lords; another for raising Recruits agreed to by them, with Amendments; Amendments agreed to; Lord General to be desired to send Officers to receive them; a Committee to consider of disposing the Army to march, 18 - Order for sending down Stockings, 25 - A Committee to receive Proposals for more easy quartering Soldiers, 16 Oct. - Another Committee to consider of regulating the Pay and Musters of the Army, 24 Jan. - Commanders in Chief to send a List of Officers under them, 5 Feb. - Order touching putting the Army in a speedy Posture to pursue the War, 17. - List of Musters ordered, 1 Mar.
-, 1644, Resolution touching the Pay of Cuirassiers and Harquebusiers of all the Armies; a Committee to prepare Establishment for Payment of all the Parliament Armies, 25 Mar. Vote touching the Harquebusiers vacated, 26 - Ordinance for Re-payment of Monies to be advanced for speedy raising the Forces read twice, and committed, 2 Apr. Reported, and passed; Lords Concurrence signified, 3 - Resolution for drawing all the Forces together; a Committee to prepare Letter to the several Counties for sending in Provisions; Letter reported, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence to be desired; Order touching the Proportions, &38;c. - Conference desired with Lords concerning speedy sending out the Forces agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, 8 - Order for referring it to the Committee of both Kingdoms to put in execution the Votes for speedy sending them out - for Ministers to exhort the People to contribute their Assistance; severally agreed to by Lords, 10. Another Committee to consider of all Matters that may advance this Service, 11 - Report; Order for a Month's Pay to the Officers of the Train, 13 - for providing Necessaries for them, 16 - List of Things necessary to enable the Army to march read; Order for such as are ready, to march, 17. - Committee of both Kingdoms to take care they march speedily, 18 - To consider how the Armies may be put in Action, 8 May - Order concerning Deserters; the Committee for the Militia to search for and seize them, 24 July - To be desired to put the Ordinance for securing them in Execution - Another Committee to prepare an Oath to discover whether they come in really, or with a Design, 12 Aug. - The Committee of both Kingdoms to consider of regulating the Differences between the Commanders in Chief and the Committees in several Counties, 3 Sept. - Ordinance for conducting the Forces agreed to by the Lords, 1 Oct. - Ordinance against Soldiers coming out of their Quarters agreed to by Lords, 5. Several apprehended to be referred to the Commissioners for Martial Law - Horse to be planted for apprehending more, 21 - Order touching Provisions for the Armies, 29 - Draught of a Letter to them agreed to; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 4 Nov. House informed that a Council of War had determined to dispose of them otherwise than directed by the Letter; Order for staying it; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 5. - Letter of Encouragement to the Commanders in Chief read, agreed to, and to be signed by Speaker, 9. - Ordinance for mitigating the Article, referred to the Commissioners Martial Law, concerning Deserters, sent to Lords, 9. Returned with an Amendment; Amendment agreed to, 11 - Desire of the Committee of both Kingdoms for an Ordinance for sending Provisions to the Armies reported, 16. The Committee to consider of the State of them; Resolution for raising 5,000 £ for them, 19 - Order touching putting the Armies in the most advantageous Posture, 23 - Order for 240 £ to the Surgeons - for 350 £ to the Apothecaries, sent to Lords, 25 - Order about quartering the Horse, 26 - concerning employing Papists, 28 - A Committee to prepare Rules for taking true Musters, 7 Dec. Order for their Meeting, and making Report, 13 - Ordinance for registering the Names of Commanders, and others read, 16 - Report of the Distribution of 7,000 £ assigned to the Armies, 21.

Armyn,
-, Sir William, 1643, not to be prejudiced by an Incumbent's accepting another Benefice, 17 Feb. - His Letter read, and referred to the Committee of both Kingdoms, 19 Mar.

Arpe,
-, Mrs. 1643, a Committee to search her Goods seized by the Sequestrators, 20 Sept. - Order for selling them, 23 Feb.

Arthur,
-, John, 1644, Order for his Discharge, 8 May.

Arundell,
-, Lord of Wardour, 1643, Resolution touching the Tuition of his Sons; agreed to by Lords, 17 June.
-, 1644, Order for exchanging them for Lord Robarts's Children, 10 May - Letter to Lord General concerning it reported; Sir Edward Hungerford to be paid the Charges of keeping them before their Release - Declaration that it is illegal to transport Children under Age, 6 July. Order for paying him; a Committee to ascertain the Sum, 29.
-, Sir Thomas, 1643, to be summoned to attend the Service of the House, 1 Aug.
-, John, 1643, voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament, 22 Jan.
-, Richard, 1643, voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament, 22 Jan.
-, Thomas, 1644, Petition read, and referred to the Committee for Examinations; Worthyvale to be summoned to make good his Information; Letter concerning him to be sent to the Committee, 16 Aug.

Arundell,
-, 1643, Letter relating that the Town is taken, and the Castle besieged; a Committee to withdraw, and consider of sending Relief, 9 Dec. Another Letter concerning the Loss of the Castle referred to the Committee for Safety, 12 - Sir William Waller's Letter relating the rendering of the Castle to him with Colours, &38;c. read; Order for sending the City Regiments to him, 3 Jan. - Letter from the Commanders of the Kentish Forces there read, and referred to a Committee, 20 - Order for laying 100 Barrels of Powder into the Castle, 1 Mar.
-, Earl of, 643, Conference desired by Lords concerning his Goods seized by Sequestration; Messengers dismissed without Answer, 26 Aug. - Order for their remaining in Sir Thomas Woodhouse's hands, 6 Sept. - Lords to be desired that he may be assessed his 20th and 5th Parts, 17 - His Jewels to be sent up; Consideration of the Property thereof referred to a Committee, 19 Mar.
-, 1644, his Actions to the Prejudice of the Parliament referred to the Committee for Examinations, 8 May.

Ash,
-, Edward, 1643, Order for Security to him for Money to be advanced, 28 Oct.

Ashburnham,
-, John, 1643, voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament, 5 Feb. - Order for sequestering his Estate, 14 Sept.
-, Lawrence, 1643, to be discharged from being a Committee in Sussex; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 14 Sept.

Ashe,
-, John, 1642, Letter to the Committee at Oxon about the Restitution of his Cloaths read and agreed to; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 24 Mar.
-, 1643, Signified, 25 Mar.
-, Mr. 1643, Order touching Payment of Money adanced by him and his Brother, 19 Aug. - Appointed Receiver of Monies advanced by Members for Sir William Waller, 14 Sept. - Order about satisfying a Debt due to him, 15.

Ashfield,
-, Rowland, 1643. Vide Privileges.
-, Captain, 1643, Order touching the Disposal of his sequestered Goods, 2 Feb.

Ashmoore,
-, Captain, 1644, Order for selling Prize Goods taken by him, 21 Nov.

Ashteed,
-, 1643, Order for sequestering the Living to be presented, 20 Sept. Read, and agreed to, 23.

Ashton,
-, Ralph, 1643, Order for Payment of Monies in his hands as Receiver of the Duchy - for accounting on Oath before a Baron of the Exchequer, 11 Dec. - Examined touching his Contempt of the Orders, 9 Feb. Vide Privileges.

Aske,
-, Richard, 1643, to be recommended to Lord Mayor to be One of the Four Pleaders, 18 Oct.
-, 1644, Ordinance appointing him Coroner and Attorney in the King's Bench read, passed, and sent to Lords, 7 June, Returned with an Amendment; Amendment agreed to, 19.

Assessments,
-, Weekly, 1643, a Committee appointed to take down a Proclamation set up in St. Peter's Street, prohibiting the Collection thereof, and to inquire who set it up, 1 Apr. - Ordinance for advancing them read, and agree to; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 4 - Differences concerning Rates referred to the Commissioners and Committees of the respective Counties, 13 - a Committee to prepare Ordinance for better execution of the Ordinance for them, 1 May; Ordinance sent to Lords, 3 - Ordinance for protecting such as pay them read, and re-committed, 2. Read again, and re-committed; Committees added, 3. Read again, and re-committed, 9. To be reported, 16. - Letters from the Committees to be returned to the Committee at Haberdashers Hall, 10 - A Committee to attend twice a Week to give Acquittances for Monies brought in - Order for Collectors to sell Goods distrained, 11 - Order for expediting the bringing in the Monies, 25 - Additional Committees sent to Lords, 29 - Member to prepare Ordinance for continuing the Weekly Assessments, 14 July. Ordinance read, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 24. Desired, 27. - Signified, with Amendments; Amendments agreed to, 2 Aug. - Collectors to send up Duplicates of the Assessments to the Treasurer at War, 25 July - A Committee to prepare Ordinance for a Weekly Assessment, 1 Nov. - Letters to be signed by Speaker for expediting the Collection, 2 Dec.
-, 1644, the several Committees to be quickened for speedy bringing in the Monies, 20 July - for bringing in the Arrears, 21 Aug. - Ordinance for bringing them in read, 13 Nov. Read a Second time, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 26.

Assizes,
-, 1643, Order for putting off the Summer Assizes read, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence signified, 10 July.
-, 1644, Order for keeping them under the Power of Parliament next Summer; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 7 June.

Associations,
-, 1643, Ordinance for raising Forces in the associated Counties of Norfolk, Suffolk, Essex, Cambridge, and Herts, read, and re-committed, 27 Apr. Order for raising Money for maintaining Forces sent out of them - touching the Manner of raising it; Care thereof recommended to one Member, 29 - Ordinance for levying Monies for Payment of their Forces, 17 May. Agreed to by Lords, 18 - Two Ordinances to the same Purport, read, and committed, 24 - Letters from the Committees read, and referred to the Committee, 6 July - Committees to be required to send Forces to Gainsborough - Order for 3,000 £ for paying them - Deputy Lieutenants impowered to use the Sequestration-monies for that Service, 24 - Ordinance and Instructions for the Committees read, and committed, 4 Aug. Read a Second time, and passed, 8 - Returned from Lords, with an Amendment; Amendment agreed to, 10 - Order for raising 10,000 Foot and Dragoons - Divines of the Assembly to go down, and stir up the People to rise for their Defence, 9. Order for that Purpose read; Assembly to consider of proper Persons, 11. - Lord General to be moved for a Commission to the Earl of Manchester to be Serjeant Major General of the Forces, 9. Lords Concurrence signified, 10. - Ordinance for raising 20,000 Men, and Monies to pay them, read and agreed to, 15 Aug. - Lords Concurrence signified, 20 Sept. - Letters to be sent to the Committees to stir them up to send in the Supply of Men assigned upon the several Counties, 21 - Petition of Deputy Lieutenants, &38;c. read; Ordinance for putting the Counties in a Posture of Defence read; Order for Second Reading, 22 - Another Petition of Committees read; Speaker's Answer to Persons who preferred it; Petition referred to the Committee for the Association, 23 - Ordinance concerning removing scandalous Ministers read, and agreed to, 20 Jan. Sent to Lords, 22 - Ordinance for settling the Peace of Kent, and enabling them to associate with Counties adjacent, read and agreed to, 29 May. Lords Concurrence signified, 30 - To be enjoined to associate with Southampton, Sussex, and Surrey, 18 July - A Committee to prepare Ordinance for associating it with Herifordshire, Surrey, and Sussex, 2 Oct. Ordinance read, and agreed to, 27 - Ordinance for levying and paying Forces read, and re-committed, 12 Feb. To be reported, 22. Reported; Clauses to be added; Ordinance re-committed; another Clause read, and agreed to, 23 - Ordinance passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 1 March. Signified with Amendments; Amendments in part agreed to; Residue to be considered, 11. Considered, and re-commited, 13. Report; Lords Amendments agreed to, with an Amendment; Conference to be desired thereupon, 15. Desired, agreed to, and held, 19 - The Committee for the associated Counties of Northamptonshire, Derbyshire, Leicestershire, &38;c. to consider of raising Forces therein, 21 March.
-, 1644, Ordinance for associating the Counties of Pembroke, Cardigan, and Carmarthen, and appointing a Commander in Chief; and for fortisying Milford Haven, read twice, and committed, 20 May. Reported and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 21. - Ordinance for putting the associated Counties of Suffolk, Norfolk, &38;c. in a Posture of Defence, read; Order for Second Reading, 24 - Committed, 1 June. Reported, and passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 24. House put them in mind thereof, 29 June - 1 July. Ordinance returned, with an Amendment; Amendment agreed to, 3. - Ordinance concerning paying for Arms for Norfolk, Suffolk, &38;c. 14 Oct. - Amended, 19 Dec. - Member to prepare Ordinance for continuing the Ordinance for associating Kent, Sussex, &38;c. 1 June. Ordinance read twice, and committed, 13. Reported, and passed; Lords Concurrence signified, 15 - Letter desiring Derbyshire and Lancashire may be joined to the Association of the Northern Counties referred to the Committee of both Kingdoms; Generals of those Counties to attend them, 17 June - Report recommitted, 16 Sept. - Ordinance for associating the Six Western Counties read twice, and committed, 17 June - Passed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 10 Aug. Signified, with Amendments; Amendments agreed to; Ordinance to be printed, 20 - Order for a Commission of Oyer and Terminer, and Sewers, for the several associated Counties, 5 July - Declaration and Remonstrance concerning the associated Counties of Warwick, Worcester, Salop, and Stafford, to be read; Members for each County to be present, 5 Aug.

Aston,
-, Mr. 1643, to be sent for, to answer a Complaint against him, 25 Apr.

Atkyns,
-, Richard, 1643, Order for paying Part of his Composition-money to the Treasurers at Guildhall; Bond for Payment thereof to be cut off the File in the Court of Wards, 12 May. - To have Warrant to pass with his Governor beyond Sea, 11 July.
-, John, 1643, Box of Writings belonging to him to be delivered to the Committee for Irish Affairs, 17 June.
-, Samuel, 1644, Petition; Order for 100 £ to him for his Expences in keeping Mr. Hotham; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 16 Nov. Desired, 25.

Aucher,
-, Sir Anthony, 1643, Petition and Order for his Discharge, 23 Aug.

Audesley,
-, Mr. 1644, Order for discharging his Sequestration, and restoring him to his Place in the Court of Wards, 1 May.

Audley,
-, Sir Henry, 1643, Order for sequestering his Estate, 30 Sept.
-, Mr. 1643, his Admission into a Chamber in the Temple referred to the Committee for the King's Revenue, 1 Mar.
-, Hugh 1644, Order for Repayment of his Loan, 7 May.

Averie,
-, Mr. 1643, his Letters to Lord Digby and Sir Thomas Rowe read, and to be printed, 13 Feb.

Augier,
-, Rene, 1644, Petition to be read, 7 Aug. Read; nothing done thereupon, 12 - Read again; Order for 1,000 £ to him, 30 Sept.

Aulnage,
-, 1643, a Committee to consider the Business concerning it, 31 Mar. - Order for seizing Aulnage-monies discovered in Essex, 12 Apr. For returning it to the Treasurers at Guildhall, 22. - Overseers appointed, 29 May.
-, 1644, Consideration of the Revenue thereof, referred to the Committee for King's Revenue, 25 May.

Ansten,
-, Henry, 1643, Order for his Discharge upon taking the Protestation, 11 Apr. - His Petition; Order for restraining him from the Probate of a Will at Oxon, 27 Nov. - Mrs. Austen's Petition relating thereto read, and referred to a Committee, 13 Jan. Committee revived; Order for their Meeting; Committees added, 26 Jan. - 3 Feb. Power given them to meet from time to time, 8.

Austin,
-, St. London, 1643, Minister appointed, 29 June.

Austy,
-, 1643, Order for sequestering the Living read, and agreed to, 8 Sept.

Austyn,
-, Robert, 1643. Vide Coe.

Axelson,
-, Christian, 1643, Question for Leave to go to Oxon, Neg. 2 June.

Aylesbury,
-, 1643, Order for Monies out of the Weekly Assessments in the County for Maintenance of the Garison, 30 Mar. - Letter concerning a Conspiracy to betray the Town read, 17 Aug, - Order for sending down Arms - Committees added to the Committee for levying and receiving Monies for the Garison, 2 Sept. Lords Concurrence signified, 4. - Order for Payment of the Garison agreed to by Lords, 13. - A Committee to consider of Obstructions to bringing in the Monies - Order for paying Arrears of Weekly Assessments, 23 - for lending the Town 1,000 £ out of the Sequestrationmonies of the County, 2 Oct. - Lord General's Letter concerning a Plot to betray the Town communicated by Lords at a Conference; Member to prepare Letter of Thanks to the Governor; a Committee to take care the Arrears due to him and the Garison be forthwith paid, 31 - A Committee to go down, and consider the State thereof, 8 Nov. - Order for 200 £ to the Governor, 15 - for 1,200 £ 9 Dec. - Ordinance for regulating and maintaining the Garison read twice, and committed, 27 Nov. - Reported, and re-committed, 9 Dec. - A Committee to withdraw, and receive the Information of a Person sent from thence, 9 - Message from Lords concerning the Wants and Importance of the Town; Order for lending them 1,000 £ and for Payment of 1600 £ Arrears, 23 - The Committee for Safety to consider of a speedy Supply, 25 - Report of what is necessary referred to a Committee; Instruction to consider of regulating the Garison, 22 Jan. - Order for their Meeting; Conference desired by Lords concerning the Discovery of a Plot to betray it, and divide the Two Kingdoms; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; Proceedings thereupon; Business to be communicated to the Assembly, 26 - Order for sending down Powder, Ammunition, and Money, 29 - Ordinance for present Supply, and future Maintenance, of the Garison, read, 26 Feb. - Order for advancing 3,000 £ for that Service, 6 Mar.
-, 1644, a Committee to consider out of what Monies 1,000 £ may be presently raised, 25 Mar. - Another Committee to consider of sending 3,000 £ forthwith, 8 Apr. - The Committee for King's Revenue to provide a present Supply to enable them to march, 25 - Consideration of replacing them, referred to a Committee, 27 - Order touching providing present Monies for them; Lord General to be desired to take care for their present Relief, 1 & 2 May - Order for issuing Money, 3 - The Committee for King's Revenue to take care thereof, 6 - Order for marching a Regiment thither from Bedford agreed to by Lords, 11 - Propositions concerning the Town to be considered, 30 May - 5 June - Order for sending down Powder, 19 - for sending Match and Bullet, 20 - Letter desiring Arms and Ammunition read, 29.

Aylett,
-, John, 1642, to be sent for, as a Delinquent, for being a Defaulter upon all Services, 22 Mar.
-, Jeremy, 1643, Petition referred to the Committee for Examinations, 5 Apr.
-, Sir Benjamin, 1643, to have Liberty with his Keeper to visit his Daughter, 10 May.
-, Mr. 1643, Order for discharging him and his Tenants from any Restraint; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 7 Sept.

Ayliffe,
-, Sir Benjamin, 1644, Report concerning him; Order for admitting him to a Fine and Composition; the Committee impowered to compound with him, 23 Oct.