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'Index - W', Journal of the House of Commons: volume 2: 1640-1643 (1802), pp. 116-124. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=875 Date accessed: 31 July 2014.


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WALES,
-, Lord President of, Bill to exempt the Four Counties from his Jurisdiction, to be read, 29 Apr. Read, 30.

Wendover,
-, new Writ, 18 Apr.

Wharton,
-, Mr. Vide Privileges.

White,
-, Daniel, to prefer a new Petition, the former being mislaid, 24 Apr.

Winchelsey,
-, Election; Petition mislaid, another to be presented, 24 Apr.

Wool,
-, Bill against Exportation thereof, and of Wool Fells, Mortlings, Shorlings, Yarn made of Wool, Fuller's Earth, and Fulling Clay, to be read, 25 Apr. Read, 28.

Wray,
-, Sir Jo. declared duly elected, 24 Apr.

Writs,
-, new, viz. Lewis, Shaftesbury, Mynhead, Queenborough, Bodmin, Newton, East Grinstead, and Aylesbury, 16 Apr. Eastlow, Newport, and Reading, 17. Wendover, 18. Bramber, 23. And Arundel, 24.

WADDESDEN,
-, 1640, Complaint of a Tax laid for maintaining an Organ and Organist, 1 Feb. Several Persons to be summoned to attend, 1 & 13.-Matter referred to a Committee, 6 Mar.

Waddon,
-, Mr. 1641, his House to be searched for Arms, 14 Feb.
-, 1642, declares he has brought in 200 Ounces of Plate, 16 Feb.

Waddsworth,
-, 1641, to bring in the Names of Priests he had apprehended; a Committee to examine him concerning Two, 15 Nov.
-, 1642, to be summoned to attend, 17 Sept.

Wadham
-, College, Oxon, 1640, Grievances thereof referred to the Committee for Emanuel College, 17 Dec.

Wadland,
-, Tho. 1641, to be required to attend, 1 Dec. Examined; to present his Narrative in Writing, 4.

Wadsworth,
-, James, 1641, to be forthwith sent for, 3 May.-A Committee to examine him, 4. Vide Suckling.

Wagner,
-, Mr. 1640, Motion for referring his Petition to the Committee for Mr. Leighton's Petition, 10 Nov.

Wake,
-, Baldwyn, 1641, approved to be Captain in the Navy, 10 Mar.
-, 1642, Message from Lords, acquainting House they had sent for him, and he was there; Messenger dismissed without Answer ; a Committee to prepare Interrogatories; Message to be sent to Lords, desiring he may be examined upon Oath, in the Presence of some Members of both Houses, 25 Mar.- To be examined before a certain Day, or discharged, 2 Apr. To be discharged unless examined this Night, 9.-To be sent for as a Delinquent, for refusing to come to Earl of Warwick, or deliver up his Ship; Lords Concurrence signified, 4 July. Message from Lords, desiring House, if they intend an Impeachment against him, to hasten it; the Committee for the Navy to consider the Fact, 23. Another Message concerning him; Answer thereto, 28.

Walch,
-, John, 1641, to withdraw his Petition, 12 July.-Petition recommended to the Parliament in Ireland, 5 Aug.

Walcot,
-, Rich. 1642, to be discharged, 4 Nov.

Waldgrave,
-, Sir Edw. 1642, to be sent for in Custody, 30 Jan.

Waldon,
-, Saffron, 1642, Inhabitants to put themselves in a Posture of Defence, 7 Nov.

Wales,
-, 1640, a Committee to consider of the Jurisdiction of the Court for Marches, 23 Dec.-Petition referred, 18 Feb. Committee revived; Order for Sitting, 20.
-, 1641, Order for Meeting of the Committee, 27 Apr. - 19 May.-9 July.-Report; Resolution that the Four Counties are not within the Jurisdiction of the Court, 14.- Committee to stand, 1 June.
-, 1641, Bill to exempt the Four Counties from the Jurisdiction thereof, read, 28 June. Committed, 29.-Petition referred, 3 July.-Bill to be reported, 12.-Reported, and to be ingrossed, 14. Passed, and to be sent to Lords, 19. Sent, 20.-Bill for Repeal of One Branch of the Statute 34° H. 8. Cap. 26. and for taking away the Court of Marches, read, 7 Aug. Committed, 13.
-, 1641, Petition of authorized preaching Ministers avowed, and referred to the Committee for scandalous Ministers; Parties complained of to attend them, 26 June. Vide Ministers, preaching.-Committee revived, 26 July.
-, 1642, Order for preventing Arms being sent thither, 8 Oct. Agreed to by Lords, 11.-The Committee for the Navy to prepare Ordinance to enable Masters of Colliers to take Pirates, and to send a Ship to guard the Coasts, 31 Jan. - The Committee for Defence of the Kingdom to consider of speedy Defence for the Counties of North Wales, 29 Aug. - Providing a Pinnace to scour the Coast referred to theCommittee for the Navy, 2 Dec.

Walker,
-, Mr. 1640, to be sent for to prosecute a Petition on his Behalf, 13 Nov. Avows and subscribes it; Petition referred to a Committee, 30.-Another Petition referred, 11 Dec.
-, 1641, his Case to be reported, 18 May. Reported; Proceedings against him voted illegal; Reparation to be made him; the Committee to prepare a Transmission, 20.-Order for making Report, 6 July. Transmission read, and recommitted to be drawn into the Form of an Impeachment, 7.
-, Mr. Paymaster of Carlisle, 1641, Member to peruse the State of his Disbursements, 28 Oct.
-, John, 1641, to be summoned to appear, 15 Mar. Vide Richardson.
-, 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 5 Aug.
-, Mr. 1642, to be summoned to attend the Service of House, 1 Aug.-To be sent for as a Delinquent, 12 Nov. 14 Dec.-Voted incapable of fitting during this Parliament, 6 Mar.
-, H. 1641, to be sent for as a Delinquent, for writing a Pamphlet, intituled, "A terrible Victory against the loitering exalted Bishops;" Matter referred to the Committee for Printing, 20 Dec.

Wall,
-, William, 1640, Petition with the Committee for Grievances, referred to Secretary Windebank's Committee, 17 Dec.
-, Jo. Master of a Ship, 1641, to be examined concerning his frequent passing betwixt Dunkirk and Ireland; Ship to be searched, 22 Feb.
-, Peter, 1642, to be discharged upon Security, 8 Apr.- Lord Admiral impowered to take his Bail in London, 18 May.
-, Tho. 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 2 Feb.

Wallen,
-, Elias, 1641, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 15 May. -Not to speak with any one but in the Keeper's Presence, 18.

Waller,
-, Mr. 1641, Exceptions taken at some Words reflecting on Mr. Pimme; ordered to withdraw ; called in, and pardoned upon his Acknowledgment, 5 Nov.
-, Sir Wm. 1641, to be forthwith summoned to appear to answer for promoting a Petition, 8 Mar.
-, 1642, to be thanked for his good Service, 18 Aug. -Member to prepare Letter of Thanks for his Services, 1 Dec.-Speaker to thank him, 16 Jan.-To have Power of martial Law, &c. agreed to by Lords, 23 Feb.
-, Sir Hardres, 1642, Petition recommended to Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, 24 Sept.

Walley,
-, Mr. 1641. Vide Privileges.
-, Peter, 1642, Petition read, and referred to the Committee for Examinations, 26 Nov.-Order for his Discharge, 9 Dec.

Wallgrave,
-, Sir Wm. 1641, a Committee to consider by what Means he is put into the Commission of Peace, 2 Feb.

Wallingford,
-, 1640, Election; Report touching it; Election declared void -new Writ, 15 Feb.

Wallop,
-, Sir H. 1640, Petition referred to the Sub-committee for Irish Affairs, 12 Jan.

Wallrond,
-, Humphrey, 1642, Petition, 6 Apr. Vide Privileges.

Wallworth,
-, Francis, 1642. Vide Privileges.

Walmsley,
-, Wm. 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 25 July. -To be bailed, 5 Aug.

Walpoole,
-, Mr. 1642, to have Warrant to transport himself to France, 27 Sept.

Walrond,
-, John. Vide Barkesdale.

Walsingham,
-, Sir Tho. 1641, Member appointed to receive his Poll-money, and pay it into the Chamber of London, 30 Nov.

Waltham,
-, 1642, Information of Riots in the Forest; House desired to concur with an Order of Lords made thereupon, 6 May. Order to be prepared ; Lord Chief Justice in Eyre to give speedy Notice of such Riots, 10.

Walther,
-, John, 1642, his House to be searched for Arms, 14 Oct.

Walton,
-, Dr. 1641, the Sub-committee concerning the Complaint against him made a Committee; another Committee appointed to examine it, 25 Jan.
-, Mr. Vide Cromwell, Mr.-1642, Order for Delivery of his Horses, 25 Oct.
-, Captain, 1642, Consideration of his Release to be recommended to Lord General, 10 Nov.
-, Bryan, 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 2 Dec.

Wanissord,
-, Mr. 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 26 Apr.

Wanley,
-, Samuel, 1642, to have Warrant for carrying Musquets, &c. to Leicester, 20 June.

Wanssord,
-, Mr. 1642, Order for Repayment of his Loan of 1,000 l. 8 June.

Wapping,
-, 1641, Bill for making the Chapel parochial, read, 17 Aug. Committed, 30.

Wapping,
-, and East Smithfield, 1642, Petition of Constables referred to the Committee for Stepney, 3 Oct.

Warcupp,
-, Rodolph, 1641, Petition for Relief against an Action sued for a Distress taken for Ship-money, 19 Feb.

Ward,
-, Mr. Rector of St. Leonard, Foster-lane, 1640, to be sent for as a Delinquent, to answer a Petition against him, 8 Jan.
-, John, and Clement Wray, 1640, Petition read, and referred to the Bishop of Ely's Committee; Day appointed for bringing the Petition to the House, 16 Jan.
-, Mr. of Salop, 1640, Petition against the Mayor read and avowed; Order for his Attendance, 10 Feb. Petition withdrawn, 12.
-, Rich, 1642, the Committee for Customers to consider of employing another in his room, 28 Nov.

Wardour,
-, Sir Edw. and Dr. Dukeson, 1642, Message to Lords concerning a Pass granted to go to Oxford; Answer thereto; Declaration for staying them, 5 Jan. Order for their continuing in Custody, 6. Matter referred to the Committee for Examinations, 7.
-, Sir Edw. 1642, a Committee to prepare Ordinance for putting in an able Man to execute his Place, 16 Feb.

Wardourne,
-, Sir Edw. 1641, to be forthwith sent for to attend a Committee, 5 May. Vide Plot.

Wards,
-, Court of, 1640, a Committee to consider of Proceedings and Abuses therein; Petition referred; Committee to receive all Petitions of like Nature, 16 Feb.
-, 1641, another Petition referred, 17 May. Report touching Gabriel Gabriel Miles, 27. Vide Miles.-Further Report to be made, 19 July.

Ware,
-, 1642, Information of Proclamation, proclaiming Earl of Essex, &c. Traitors, being fixed upon a Post there, and of other Papers taken upon a Messenger; Persons discharged, and thanked, 15 Aug. Vide Newbolton.

Warham,
-, 1640, Election; Resolution touching it; Return to be amended, 1 Feb. Late Mayor's Deputy to attend for that Purpose, 2.
-, 1642, Petition of Inhabitants of St. Mary's; Minister appointed, 4 Jan.

Warley,
-, 1641, High Sheriff of Leicestershire impowered to erect a Lecture in the Parish at his own Charge, 21 Mar.

Warminster,
-, 1642, Petition of Inhabitants; Order for a weekly Lecture to be kept by Ministers nominated by House, 5 May. -Members to consider the Difference about levying Moneys on the Bill for 400,000 l. in that Hundred, 11 July.

Warner,
-, George, High Sheriff of Warwickshire, 1640, to be sent for as a Delinquent, to answer a Petition against him, 9 & 24 Nov.-Committed to the Tower, and to make Submission at the Assizes, 2 Dec. Order for his Discharge, 5. For bringing him to the Bar, 9. Discharged on his Submission, 10.
-, Samuel, 1640, Petition re-delivered, 27 Nov.-Order for delivering his Ship and Goods detained by the Farmers Deputies, 25 Jan.-To stand, 2 Feb.
-, Francis, 1641, Petition referred to Sir Thomas Dawes's Committee, 29 July.
-, Robert, 1641, to be permitted to transport Wheat, &c. Custom-free, for Relief of Dublin, Youghall, or Cork, 22 Feb.
-, Mr. 1642, Order about Re-payment of Money advanced by him, with Interest, 26 Mar.

Warnford,
-, Mr. 1641, a Committee to peruse Letters brought from France by him; their Report; Order for his Discharge, 18 Dec.

Warren,
-, Mr. 1642. Vide Privileges.
-, Serjeant Major, 1642, Order for Payment of his Arrears, 5 Oct. Agreed to by Lords, 12.
-, Jo. 1642, to have Warrant to transport himself and Son to France, 5 Oct.
-, Rob. 1642, committed to the King's Bench, 27 Dec.

Warwick
-, County, 1640, Petition of Freeholders read, and avowed ; High Sheriff to be sent for as a Delinquent, 9 Nov. Vide Warner.-Another referred to the Committee for Defence of the Kingdom, 13.
-, 1641, Lord Brooke nominated Lord Lieutenant, 11 Feb. Petition of Gentlemen read; Speaker's Answer to Persons who brought it; Copy of another to Lords, read, and approved, 12.-Deputy Lieutenants approved; another to be recommended, 18 Mar.
-, 1642, Lords to be moved that the Militia may be forthwith put in Execution, 28 May. Message sent; Members to go down and take care thereof, 30.-Deputy Lieutenants approved by Lords, 1 June.-Others to be recommended to Lord Lieutenant, 13 & 17.-Order for their going down and seeing the Militia put in Execution; Instructions to them read, and re-committed, 20. Agreed to, 22. Agreed to by Lords, with Amendments, 24.-House informed of their Readiness to put the Militia in Execution, 6 July.-Propositions for raising Horse, &c. to be sent down; Letter for Advancement thereof to be sent to Deputy Lieutenants, 8.-Letter from them, and Petition of Officers, to be sent to Lords, with Desire they may be printed, 9.-Order impowering Lord Lieutenant to suppress the Commission of Array, and preserve the Peace of the County, sent to Lords, 5. Aug.-The Committee for Defence of the Kingdom impowered to insert Names in the Instructions; Lords Concurrence signified, 17.-Sheriff to keep Custody of the County; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 30.-Instructions agreed to by Lords, with an Amendment; Amendment agreed to, 30 Dec.-Ordinance of Additions to Committees, agreed to by Lords, 4 Feb.- Ordinance for Re-payment of Moneys advanced by Collectors upon the Bill for 400,000 l. 14.
-, 1640, Election declared void-new Writ, 2 Dec.- Election; Petition touching it offered, 8 Jan.
-, Town, 1640, new Writ, 17 Dec.-Election; Order for bringing the Indentures, &c. 16 Feb. To stand, 17. Return to be amended, 18.
-, Castle, 1642, Order for permitting Ordnance to pass thither, 22 July.
-, Earl of, 1641, to issue no Moneys paid to him without Order, 10 June.-14 July.-Motion for paying him 25,000 l. for the Scots, 12 June.-To have Liberty to send 25,000 l. for the Northern Counties-a Committee to consider of a fit Discharge to be given him for Money paid, or to be paid by him, 16.-Copy of Orders, by which he has paid any, to be delivered to them; has Liberty to pay the Scots Commissioners a Month's Pay, 3 July.-Money formerly ordered to be paid Sir Wm. Uvedale, to be paid to him, 21. -Acquittances from Scots Commissioners to be his Discharge for Money paid them, 17 Aug.-Recommended to Lord Admiral to be Commander in Chief under him, 10 Mar. -Refused by King; House insist on their former Vote; Message to Lords, desiring them to join therein; agreed to, 15. Letter to Lord Admiral concerning it, communicated by Lords at a Conference, read; Resolution to join with Lords in a Petition to King that he may be appointed; a Committee to prepare Petition, 24.
-, 1642, Petition reported, 26 Mar. Read, agreed to, and sent to Lords, 28.-King's Answer communicated by them; Lords moved to join in requiring Lord Admiral to depute him, and injoining him to undertake the Charge; Messenger dismissed without Answer; Letter and Petition to be printed, with an Addition; a Committee to prepare it; another Committee to consider them, 2 Apr. Conference desired by Lords concerning the Vote; agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; Vote from them agreed to, 4.-Message to be sent to Lords, desiring he may be dispensed with from his Command of the Fleet, to see the Militia put in Execution in Essex, 31 May.-Sent; Answer thereto, 1 June.-A Committee to prepare Discharge upon his Account, and draw up a Declaration to be added thereto, 3.-Conference desired by Lords concerning a Letter from him to the Earl of Holland; Messenger dismissed without Answer, 14. Vide Landguard Fort.-A Committee to peruse and amend Ordinance concerning his commanding the Fleet; their Report; Ordinance read, agreed to, and sent to Lords; agreed to by them, with Amendments; Lords Amendments agreed to; Ordinance sent to the Earl, 1 July Report of Delivery- King's Letter, requiring him to deliver up the Ships, and other Papers, read; Earl to be thanked for his ready Obedience to the Ordinance; a Committee to prepare Declaration; Conference desired with Lords concerning his commanding the Fleet, agreed to; and held; Message from Lords, signifying their Concurrence; Declaration reported, and agreed to; sent to Lords; their Amendments agreed to; Declaration to be sent to him; Copies of Ordinance to be sent to Sir Jo. Hotham and the Captains on the Irish Coast, 4.-His Letter concerning Captains that refused to obey his Command, read, and to be printed; Lords Concurrence thereto signified, 5. Order concerning all Ships to be under his Command, agreed to by Lords, 7.-Message from Lords, desiring they may communicate Letters from him at a Conference; Messengers dismissed without Answer, 9. Another Message to the same Purpose; Answer thereto; Letters read; Order thereupon, 11.-Letters from him concerning re-supplying Moneys and other Necessaries, communicated by Lords, and read; referred to the Committee for the Navy, 13.-Other Letters, with Advertisements taken by a Council of War, read, and approved, and referred to the same Committee; Thanks thereupon, 14. -His Letters, and others inclosed, communicated by Lords, read; Order for directing them hereafter to the Committee for Defence of the Kingdom; the Committee to answer them, 18.-A Committee to prepare a Letter to him concerning what Ships are to be kept out, &c. 19. Letter read, agreed to, and to be signed by Speaker, 20.-Another Letter from him read ; Resolutions touching re-victualling Ships at Sea, 23.-Another concerning the Stay of some Dutch Ships, read, and sent to the Committee for Defence of the Kingdom-Another from Lords, with a Note of Ships under his Command, 26.-Conference desired by Lords concerning a Letter from him, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held; Letter read, and referred to the Committee for the Navy, 28. -The Committee for the Navy to consider of presenting him with Wine, 18 Aug.-To be desired to call home the Rainbow, and send another Ship to Tinmouth, 23.-Member to answer Letters from him, 24.-Lords to be moved to join in desiring him to go into Essex, 25.-Letter from him, informing House that Queen is at Rotterdam, and bound for Newcastle, and desiring Directions how to demean himself; the Committee for Defence of the Kingdom to prepare Instructions, 17 Sept.-A Committee to prepare Order for recalling him, and appointing a Vice Admiral, 8 Oct. Order read, and agreed to, 11.-Order enabling him to substitute Officers under him, agreed to by Lords, 20.-Appointed Captain General of the Forces in London, and Counties adjacent; a Committee to prepare a Commission; Commission read, agreed to, and sent to Lords; Report of Delivery, 22.-Free Conference desired by Lords concerning Propositions made by him, agreed to; Managers and Reporters appointed, 24.-Order for issuing Moneys upon his Warrant, 4 Nov.-For his appointing a Rendezvous for Forces come up; Orders concerning them, 14.-Conference desired by Lords concerning the Surrender of his Commission, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, 22. Reported; his Surrender accepted, 23.- To be desired to take care no Prejudice come to the Kingdom by private Conveyance of Letters, 15 Dec.-A Committee to prepare Commission to appoint him Commander in Chief of the Fleet at Sea, 7 Jan. Commission read, and sent to Lords, 9. House put them in mind thereof 12, 13. 17. 20. & 22, Jan.-2 & 3 Feb.-Conference to be desired thereupon; a Committee to prepare Heads, 18 Jan.-Free Conference desired by Lords, agreed to; Managers and Reporters appointed; free Conference held, and reported; Report to be considered, 4 Feb. Lords Concurrence to the Ordinance signified, 8.-To be acquainted with Letters concerning Dutch Ships lying at Burdlington, 8 Mar.

Wasse,
-, John, 1642, Petition referred to the Committee for maimed Soldiers, 25 Feb.

Watermen,
-, 1640, Bill concerning them read, 9 Mar.
-, 1641, Committed; Petition referred, 21 May.
-, 1641, Petition from the Generality of Watermen to be considered, 16 Apr.-Referred to the Committee on the Watermens Bill, 21 May.
-, 1641, Bill for better Government of Watermen and Wherrymen on the Thames, read, 16 Aug. Committed, 28.
-, 1642, Letter from Oxford to the Master and Wardens of the Company, 26 Jan.-Order concerning the Government of them, 28.

Waterworth,
-, Tho. 1642, to have Warrant to go to Oxford, 2 Mar.

Watford,
-, 1642, Petition and Propositions concerning bringing in Money and Horse, agreed to; Lords Concurrence to be desired ; Petition to be printed ; Speaker's Answer to Persons who preferred it, 1 July.-Order concerning the Town; agreed to by Lords, 11 Nov.

Watkins,
-, Mr. a Monopolist, 1640, called to the Bar for not withdrawing when commanded ; suspended ; a Committee to examine the Charge against him, 16 Nov.
-, Sir David, 1640, & 1641. Vide Privileges.
-, Mr. a Searcher of London, 1641, Message from Lords, desiring House to appoint a Committee to meet Lords Committees for searching Letters stopped by him; Committee appointed, 10 Feb. Another Message, desiring they may meet, agreed to; Order for making Report; Committee impowered to communicate what Letters they think proper to the Scots Commissioners, 16.
-, Wm. 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 7 Nov.

Watlington,
-, 1642, Lecturer recommended, 16 Apr.

Watson,
-, Mr. the King's Surgeon, 1641, to be forthwith summoned to attend ; examined touching Arms and a Confluence of People at his House in Bedfordshire, and dismissed, 23 Dec.

Watts,
-, Paul, 1642, the Committee for Adventurers to consider of continuing him in the Place he holds under Lord Kerry's Regiment, 18 Aug.
-, Samuel, 1642, Petition; Satisfaction to be made him out of the Estates of Persons who plundered him, 19 Dec.

Wayle,
-, Edward, 1642, Information of his endeavouring to pass to Lisbon by a counterfeit Pass, read, and referred to the Committee for Informations, 9 May.

Wayte,
-, William, 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 28 Oct.

Weale,
-, Job, 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 17 Oct. Committed to the Compter, 24.

Weaving
-, Trade, 1641, Bill to prevent Abuses therein, committed, 3 July. Committees added, 8.

Webb,
-, Mr. 1640, Report from the Committee for Monopolists touching him; expelled-new Writ ordered, 21 Jan.
-, Tho. 1641, Minute of a Letter to him read; the Committee in Scotland to require of him who wrote it; Letter to be delivered to them; Examinations concerning it to be read; Member, who wrote it injoined to discover it, 4 Nov. Examinations read, and to be sent to Lords, 5. Sent, 6.
-, Nicolas, Speaker's Servant, 1641, to have Warrant for passing beyond Sea, notwithstanding former Order of Restraint, 22 Feb.
-, Mr. of Gloucestershire, 1642, his Offer of a Loan of 100 l. accepted; Order touching the Re-payment, 2 May.
-, Mr. 1642, his Letters to Mr. Warwick and Secretary Nicholas, read, 15 Dec.

Webster,
-, Jo. 1642, to be summoned to attend, 3 June.

Weekes,
-, Tho. 1641, Complaint that he could not have his Quietus est without a Fee; Bomach to be summoned to attend, 1 June. Vide Bomach.
-, Anne, 1642, Petition referred to the Committee for the Gatehouse; Committee to inquire whether she was guilty of Mr. Legg's Escape, 14 Oct.

Welch,
-, Mr. 1641, to withdraw his Petition, 9 July.-To be sent for by Serjeant and, upon Refusal, to be brought in Custody, 19 Aug.
-, Mr. and Servant, 1642, to be summoned concerning Oneale's Escape out of the Tower, 6 May.

Weld,
-, Jo. 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 6 Aug. A Committee to prepare Impeachment against him, 29.-Impeachment read, and agreed to, 14 Sept. Ingrossed Articles read, and sent to Lords, 16. Addition to be made thereto, 20. Welles, Ralph, 1640. Vide Privileges.

Wells,
-, 1642, Magazine to be delivered to Deputy Lieutenants of the County, 9 Aug.

Wells,
-, Gilbert, 1640, Bill to sell Lands for Payment of Debts and Provision for younger Children, read, 14 Dec.-Read Second time; Questions for Commitment and Ingrossment, severally Neg. Bill rejected, 16 Feb.

Wendover,
-, 1640, new Writ, 8 Dec.
-, 1642, Petition of Parishioners; certain Ministers to have Liberty to keep a weekly Lecture there, 17 May.

Wentworth,
-, Sir Geo. 1640, has Leave to visit the Earl of Strafford, upon Protestation of Secrecy, 26 Feb.
-, 1641, Consideration of his having a Command in Ireland to be resumed, 5 Feb. To repair to his Charge, and continue a Member, 21.
-, 1642, voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament, 6 Sept.
-, Sir Wm. 1641, Bill to restore him, and the rest of the late Earl of Strafford's Children, in Blood, &c. read, 15 June.
-, 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 25 Apr.
-, Sir Peter, 1642, to have Leave to attend Lord General, 10 Sept.
-, John, 1642, his Letter, making an untrue Relation of the Passages in the late Fight between the Two Armies, read; ordered into Custody, 29 Oct. His Petition, and Order for his Discharge, 30.

Weobley,
-, 1640, new Writ, 2 Jan.

Wesley,
-, Harman, 1642, to have Warrant to transport himself into France, 12 May.

Western
-, Circuit, 1642, a Committee to inquire of the Judges the Reasons for altering the Places for keeping the Assizes, 21 June.
-, Parts, 1642, Letters from thence read; Conference desired with Lords thereupon; agreed to; Managers appointed, 1 Nov.-Other Letters concerning the State thereof; Conference desired with Lords thereupon; agreed to; Managers appointed, 26.-Mr. Holles to be desired to take the Command in Chief of the Forces there, 3 & 13 Dec.-Order for raising and arming Volunteers, 5.-For raising Dragoons; agreed to by Lords, 8.-Letter concerning taking several Prisoners; Conference desired thereupon; Managers appointed; Conference agreed to, and held; Lords Concurrence to Votes signified; a Committee of both Houses to move the City to assist in Defence thereof; Letter to be communicated to them, 13. -Ordinance for securing Moneys sent for the Service thereof, read, and agreed to, 23.-Instructions for Deputy Lieutenants read, and agreed to, 24.-A Committee to consider of the Charge for Horses employed there, 31.-Another Committee to prepare Ordinance for assessing the Inhabitants, 17 Jan.-Ordinance agreed to, 10 Feb.-Member to prepare Ordinance for securing Moneys advanced for the Service thereof, 6 Feb. Ordinance agreed to by Lords, 15.-Letter concerning the State of Affairs, 24.
-, Coasts, 1642, the Committee for the Navy to consider of setting forth Two Ships for Guard thereof, 5 Nov.

Westham,
-, 1642, Petition of Inhabitants referred to the Committee for Examinations, 18 Feb.

Westmeath,
-, Earl of, 1641, Letter from the Mayor of Beaumaris concerning the Stay of his Grandson; Consideration thereof referred to the Committee for Irish Affairs; Mayor's Care approved, 27 Dec.
-, 1642, Commissioners for Irish Affairs to take a proper Course for discharging his Debts, that he may be brought up, 23 Apr.

Westminster,
-, 1641, Bailiss to assist in executing an Order, 13 July.-Commissioners to give Account from Day to Day what Moneys come in upon the Poll-bill, 16.-Petition of Trained Bands read, and to be entered; Speaker's Answer to Persons who brought it, 11 Jan.
-, 1642, Propositions for bringing Horse, &c. to be directed to the Burgesses, 8 Sept.-City to have Liberty to provide Musquets, &c. 12.-Conference to be desired with Lords concerning their Order for disposing of Moneys to be collected at the next Fast to distressed Ministers, 3 Oct.-Order concerning it, 2 Nov.-Order for setting up Posts and Chains in Westminster, and adjacent Parishes, 15 Oct.-Order for granting them Powder, &c. 3 & 12 Nov.-For seizing the Ordnance in the Military Yard, 5.-Colonels and Captains of Trained Bands impowered to punish Deserters, 11.-A Committee to prepare Ordinance to impower them to desend the City and Parliament, 16.-Names of Defaulters to be returned to House, 22.-The Committee for Dispatches to receive Names of Persons refusing to pay Moneys assessed for setting Posts, Chains, &c. 23 & 28.-Order for Re-payment of Moneys lent for that Service, 28.-Conference desired by Lords concerning seizing Horses; agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; a Committee to consider what will be a sufficient Number, 1 Dec.-Order for seizing and removing Ordnance from the Military Yard, 11 Feb.
-, Hall, 1641, Order for stopping the Holes in the Floor, 10 May.
-, College, 1642, the Committee for the King's Revenue to consider of providing for it, 29 Oct.-Order for Receiver and Steward to receive Rents and Provisions as formerly, 2 Nov.-For safe Conveyance of Corn, 18.-Against imposing the Wearing of Surplices, 20 Feb.

Westmorland,
-, 1641, Earl of Cumberland nominated Lord Lieutenant, 11 Feb.
-, 1642, Message to Lords, acquainting them he has not sent down the Names of his Deputies; Answer thereto, 25 Mar. Desires to be excused; Lord Hastings nominated ; Lords Concurrence signified, 26.-Deputy Lieutenants approved, 2 Apr.

Weston,
-, Sir Richard, a Baron of the Exchequer, 1641, Messengers appointed to carry up the Charge against him, 22 May. -Charge reported; Articles read, and to be ingrossed, 1 July. Ingrossed Articles read, and to be sent to Lords, 2. Messengers to desire he may answer thereto ; Conference to be desired with them thereupon; Assistant appointed, 3. Transmission to be carried up; Message to be sent to Lords to that Purpose, 5. Conference desired with them; agreed to, 6. -Purchaser of his Lands to present a Schedule of his Debts, 29 Oct.-To pay the Money to Commissioners mentioned therein, 19 Nov.
-, Mr. Nicho. 1642, to be summoned to attend the Service of House, 15 Aug. Voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament; new Writ ordered, 16.

Weston,
-, Zoyland, 1642, Petition of Parishioners referred to the Committee for plundered Ministers, 9 Mar.

Weymouth
-, and Melcombe Regis, 1640, Petition of Inhabitants, complaining of Exactions of the Officers of the Customs, read, and referred to a Committee; several Patents referred, 21, Dec. -Committee restrained to the Consideration of Salt, Leather, and Soap only, 12 Jan.-Impowered to consider any thing concerning Leather, 2 Feb.
-, 1641, Order for Meeting of the Committee; all that come to have Voices, 26 May.-For reporting the Business touching Leather, 31.-The Committee to stand as to Soap and Leather, 1 June.-Order for their Sitting, 10 July. For reporting the Soap Business, 13. 17. & 19, July.-11. 13, & 14, Aug.-Revived for Soap and Leather, 21 July. -Report concerning Leather to be made, 14 Aug.-Report touching Soap made; Patent voted a Monopoly, and illegal; further Proceedings thereupon; Recompence to be made to Parties injured; several Persons to be sent for as Delinquents ; Proceedings in the Star-chamber against several voted illegal; Recompence to be made them-a Committee to consider who made the Decree for regulating the Trade of Soap-boilers- Report concerning Leather; to be considered; further Report to be made at the same time, 17. Made; Resolutions thereupon, 20.-Further Report touching Soap; Proceedings of the Star-chamber and Council Board voted illegal; several Persons to be sent for as Delinquents, 30.-Committee for Soap revived, 9 Dec.
-, 1642, Order for making Report, 24 May.-1 June.
-, 1641, Master and others, come thither in a Ship from France, and bound for Ireland, to be examined; Ship to be searched, 4 Mar.

Wexford,
-, 1642, Ship and Goods from thence to be sold; Mariners to be proceeded against according to Law, 2 Dec.

Wharton,
-, Lord 1642, appointed Colonel General of the Forces sent into Ireland by the Adventurers, 18 June. Lords Concurrence, signified, 21.-Lords to be desired to join in appointing him Lord Lieutenant for Bucks, 24.
-, Sir Tho. 1641, dispensed with for a time from repairing to his Charge in Ireland, 18 Feb.
-, Sir Michael, 1642, Order that his Plate remain in Custody at Guildhall, 24 Aug.

Wheeler,
-, Mr. 1640. Vide Privileges.
-, 1641, Lord Keeper to be moved to put him into the Commission of Peace for Westminster, 28 Aug.
-, 1642, Order for Payment of his Loans, 6 Aug.
-, Captain, 1641, approved to be Captain in the Navy, 10 Mar.

Whepsted,
-, 1642, Order for sequestering the Living; agreed to by Lords, 3 Feb.

Whettcombe,
-, Tristram, 1642, his Letter referred to Commissioners for Irish Affairs, 26 Apr.-Letter to be written to Lord President of Munster, to stop Proceedings against him till further Order, 5 July. Order for that Purpose, 6. Sent to Lords, and agreed to by them, with Amendments; free Conference desired thereupon; agreed to; Reporters appointed, 7. Message to Lords, desiring them to expedite the Order; Answer thereto, 11 & 13. House informed they had not passed it; Order to go from the House alone, 15.-His Petition, 5 Oct.-Another referred to the Committee for the Navy, 1 Mar.
-, Benjamin, 1642, Petition referred to the Commissioners for Irish Affairs, 2 Dec.-To have Licence to transport Corn from France, 5 Jan. Order for that Purpose, 13.

Whetstone,
-, Mr. 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 23 Jan.

Whistler,
-, Mr. 1641, pardoned, upon his Acknowledgement, for bailing a Person accused of High Treason, 16 Feb.

Whitaker,
-, Lawrence, 1641. Vide Privileges.

White,
-, Tho. Master of the Pacquet Boat to Holland and Flanders, 1641, Petition; Members to speak to the Post-master about it, 25 Oct.
-, Abraham, 1641, to fall down with a Ship laden with Arms, &c. beyond the Command of the Tower, 17 Jan. Consideration thereof referred to the Committee for Irish Affairs ; Order for delivering them to the Contractors for Ireland, 27.-For issuing out such Ammunition as, by Warrant from the Master of the Ordnance, shall be directed ; King to be moved for such a Warrant, 1 Feb. Horse Arms to be delivered according to the Warrant-Order for unlading the whole Freight, 10.
-, Richard, 1642, to have Licence to transport himself, Wife, &c, into Holland, 8 Apr.
-, Mr. Minister at Westminster Abbey, 1642, to be sent for as Delinquent, 4 July.-Speaker to issue Warrant for appehending him, 17 Jan.
-, Francis, 1642, to be discharged from Ilchester Gaol, 11 Aug.
-, Mr. 1642, to be summoned to attend the Service of House, 6 Sept.
-, Mr. 1642, Order for receiving the Arrears of his Subscriptions from Exon, notwithstanding he is to go out of the Sheriffalty, 23 Sept.
-, Christopher, 1642, appointed Keeper of the Gatehouse 8 Oct. Order for delivering Keys and Books to him, 14.
-, Mr. 1642, Speaker to Issue Warrant to transport him safe to King's Army, 14 Nov.

Whitechapel,
-, 1642, Petition of Parishioners referred to a Committee, 24 May.-Order for their Sitting, 17 Aug.

Whitehall,
-, 1641, Conference desired with Lords concerning armed Men there; Managers appointed; One Head thereof; Conference agreed to, and held, 4 Jan. Order concerning Time given to the Soldiers to discover the same, 17.-A Committee examine Injuries done to Citizens there, 24. Sub-committee concerning the Business made a Committee, 25.- Petition of Persons wounded, referred; Committee revived, 16 Mar.

Whitfield,
-, Serjeant, 1642, his Man to remain Prisoner in the Gatehouse, 11 Nov.

Whiting,
-, Hercules, 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 5 Aug.

Whitlege,
-, Geo. 1641 Petition referred to the Judge of Assize at Gloucester, 19 Feb.
-, 1642, Examination of his Business referred to the Committee for Informations; Judge's Certificate referred, 5 Apr.

Whittacre,
-, Wm. 1642, Information of Cloaths, designed for Ireland, being taken from him, 30 Aug.-Conference to be desired with Lords concerning Damage received thereby, 16 Sept.
-, Mr. 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 12 Nov.- 15 Feb.-To stay Horses he hath sent to stay, 26 Jan.
-, Mr. 1642, desired to preach, 28 Dec.-Thanked, and to print his Sermon, 25 Jan.

Whittlock,
-, Mr. 1640, his Election to stand good, and not be further questioned, 5 Jan.-Thanked for his Service to the House, 14.
-, 1641, Petition to be considered, 11 Aug.
-, 1642, impowered to seize his Goods plundered by the King's Army, 8 Dec.

Whittmore,
-, Sir George, 1642, to be summoned to attend, 23 Dec. Loan of 3,000 l. propounded to him; his Answer, 24.

Whitworth,
-, Mr. 1641, Member to desire the Aldermen who committed him to take some Course to punish him, for Words against the King and Parliament, 10 Mar.

Wiccombe,
-, Chipping, 1642, Letter from thence concerning Waggons laden with a Chest, Trunks, &c. read; Order for staying and opening them ; Lords to be desired to join therein; Parties to be thanked, 4 June. Lords desired to join; Messengers dismissed without Answer; free Conference desired by them, agreed to; Managers appointed; free Conference held, 6.-Petition of Mayor, &c. referred to the Committee for Informations, 30 Sept.-Report touching Mr. Shorter's Election; to stand good; swearing the Mayor voted illegal- Order for his advancing the Propositions; Assistants appointed, 15 Oct.

Wicherley,
-, Captain, and Officers of his Company, 1642, to be sent for as Delinquents; the Committee for Defence of the Kingdom to examine their Carriage, and appoint new Ones in their stead, 1 Oct.

Wickins,
-, Nath. 1640, Petition read, avowed, and referred to the Committee for the Starchamber, 3 Dec.
-, Mr. 1641, to be forthwith summoned to attend, 19 Mar.

Widerington,
-, Sir Wm. 1640, gives Offence by calling the Scots Rebels; pardoned upon his Acknowlegement, 10 Nov.
-, 1641, to be sent for immediately; explains his Intention in taking away Candles from the Serjeant; withdraws; committed to the Tower, 9 June. His Petition to be read, 12. Read ; Order for his Discharge, 14.-Voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament, 26. Aug.
-, Sir Tho. 1640, to attend the Service of House, 19 Mar.

Widmore,
-, Michael, 1642, to be summoned to attend, 30 Sept. Widucere, Sir Wm. 1640, Petition against Thomas Lane referred to the Committee for the Judges, 20 Mar.

Wigan,
-, 1641, Bill for dividing the Parish read, 17 May. Committed, 24.-Reported, and to be ingrossed, 7 Feb.
-, 1642, passed, and sent to Lords, 12 Apr.

Wight,
-, Isle of, 1641, Consideration of the State thereof to be recommended to Lords at a Conference, 14 Aug.-Recommended, 1 Nov. Answer thereto to be desired at the next Conference, 2.-A Committee to prepare Reasons for putting the Custody thereof into other Hands; Reasons reported ; Conference desired thereupon; agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, 17. Another Conference desired by Lords thereupon; agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported, 19.-Earl of Pembroke nominated Lord Lieutenant, 10 Feb.-Letter from thence to Serjeant Wilde and the Committee, to be opened, 12.
-, 1642, a Committee to prepare Order for making Earl of Pembroke Governor; Order agreed to; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 6 Aug.-Declaration subscribed by many Gentlemen ; Proceedings thereupon, 15.-Particulars from thence recommended to the Committee for Defence of the Kingdom, 20 Aug.-Papers concerning Proceedings there communicated by Lords; Proceedings thereupon, 30.-A Committee to prepare Order for paying Part of the Contribution-money to be employed in Defence thereof, 29 Nov.-Order for putting Twenty Men into Carisbrooke Castle, 7 Dec.-For fortifying the Island, 15.-For paying Money disbursed for that Service, 14 Jan.-For relieving distressed Protestants from Ireland re-committed, 15 Feb.-Message from Lords concerning a Petition from thence, 27.

Wightwicke,
-, Sam. 1642, Order for continuing him in Custody at Northampton, 13 Aug.

Wigmore,
-, Mr. 1642, Business concerning him referred to the Committee for Informations, 11 Jan.

Wilbaston,
-, 1642, Order for Payment of 20l. for Relief of poor Irish there, 20 June.

Wilde,
-, Serjeant, 1642, has leave to buy Arms formerly belonging to a Recusant, 28 May.
-, Mr. 1642, Order for restoring his Plate, 29 Oct.

Wiles,
-, Rich. and Stephen Lewes, 1642, to be sent for as Delinquents, 19 July.

Wilkinson,
-, Henry, 1640, Report from the Committee for Religion touching his Suspension by the Vice Chancellor of Oxford; Order for restoring him, 23 Dec.
-, Wm. 1642, committed to the Clinck; his Estate to be sequestered and seized, 3 Feb.

Willford,
-, Sir Tho. 1642, to have Warrant to transport himself and One Servant into France, 22 Apr.

Williams,
-, Rob. 1640, not to sit till his Election is decided, 6 Jan.
-, Sedrach, 1641, to be forthwith sent to be examined by House, 6 May.
-, Mr. of Gray's Inn, 1642. Vide Byerlie.
-, Sir Abraham, Agent of the Queen of Bohemia, 1642, his Remonstrance, 12 Sept. Vide Bohemia.
-, Jo. 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, for not paying Composition-money to the Committee for Customers, 1 Aug. Order for his Discharge, 5.
-, Sir Trevor, 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 27 Sept.
-, Owen, a Drover, 1642, Order for re-delivering his Money, 5 Nov.

Williamson,
-, Mr. 1641, to be sent for as a Delinquent, for scandalous Words in his Sermon, 13 Dec. To be bailed; Sermon referred to a Committee, 24.
-, Mr. a Priest, 1642, Lord Chief Justice to he moved for Habeas Corpusto remove him from Lancaster Gaol, 18 Mar.
-, Sir Francis, 1642, Information from the Army concerning him referred to the Committee for Dispatches, 28 Nov.
-, Committee impowered to consider of other Prisoners at Farnham, 3 Dec. Report; Order for their Commitment to several Prisons, 7.

Willingham,
-, 1640, Petition of Inhabitants referred to Dr. Tomson's Committee, 17 Dec. Vide Fens.

Willis,
-, Richard, 1642, Resolution touching his Pay for Attendance on the Committee for Irish Affairs, 24 Sept.

Willmer,
-, Sir Wm. Vide Privileges.

Willmott,
-, Mr. 1641, Business concerning him to be considered, 21 Aug.-17 Nov.- Order for stopping his Pension, 14 Oct.

Willoughby,
-, Lord, of Parham, 1642, to be thanked for his Service to the King and Kingdom, 18 July.
-, Lord, of Eresby, 1642, a Committee to prepare Im peachment against him, 14 Sept. Vide Lindsey, Earl of- Order for stopping his Pension, 14 Oct.
-, Mr. 1642, to have Warrant to transport himself to France, 7 June.

Wilmott,
-, Commissary, 1641, to make Protestation that he will not confer with Colonel Goringe, 11 June.-Examined touch ing Mr. Piercy's Letter; committed to the Tower upon Suspicion of High Treason, 14.-His Petition read; Motion for not resuming the Debate concerning him but in a full House, 3 July.-To be bailed ; to give it under his Hand that he will offer no Violence to Colonel Goringe, 8.-Articles against him to be considered, 5, 6. 11, 12, 13. & 18, Aug. Order for respiting his Pay to be sent to the Paymaster, 25, - House to consider what Name to give his Fact, 6 Dec- Votes concerning him, and Captain Chudleigh's Examination, read; Resolutions for accusing him of Misprision of Treason, and expelling him, 9.
-, 1642, Time prefixed for his Accusation, 26 Mar.- Order for his Attendance; Bail to have Notice, 23 May.- His Letter to Mr. Crofts at the Hague, communicated by Lords, to be printed ; Member to prepare a Preamble to be printed with it, 1 July.-Bail Bond to be delivered up, 7.

Wilson,
-, Thomas, 1640, Petition read, and referred to Mr. Leighton's Committee; to have Liberty to prosecute it, 10 Nov. Report touching his Sequestration; Resolution to relieve him, 30.
-, Rowland, 1640, to be sent for as a Delinquent, upon a Report touching the Vintners Complaint against him; Witnesses to be summoned, 27 Nov.-Order for bailing him, 3 Dec.-19 Jan.
-, 1641, voted a Delinquent for sealing the Quadrupartite Indenture for imposing 40 s. a Ton on Wines, 13 Aug. To be sent for by Serjeant; Member to prepare Transmission against him, 14. Order for bailing him, 20.
-, Mr. 1641, to be admitted as a Lecturer at Maidstone; Curate to give way thereto, 12 Feb.
-, Christopher, 1641, Petition, 26 Feb. Vide Hales.
-, Wm. 1641, Petition read; a Committee to examine him touching conveying Contributions to English Seminaries beyond Sea, and seducing the King's Subjects, 3 Aug. Order for his Discharge, 9.
-, Jo. Under-Sheriff of Chester, 1642, to attend to answer a Complaint against him, 15 July.
-, Samuel, 1642, to have Liberty to proceed from France to Spain, 25 Aug.
-, Dr. 1642, desired to preach, 31 Aug.-Thanked, and to print his Sermon, 28 Oct.- Committed to Lambeth House, 2 Feb.

Wilts,
-, 1641, Earl of Pembroke nominated Lord Lieutenant, 11 Feb.-Deputy Lieutenants approved; another to be recommended, 18 Mar.
-, 1642, Sheriff to send up Letters he has received for publishing Papers ; a Committee to consider them, 25 May.- Order for their Meeting- Members to go down and fee the Militia put in Execution, and advance the Propositions for Horse, &c. Instructions to be prepared for them, 11 July.- Lords to be moved that Earl of Pembroke may go down, 10 Aug.

Winch,
-, Mr. 1641, Lord Keeper to be moved to put him into the Commission of the Peace, 2 Feb.

Winchampton,
-, 1640, Petition on behalf of the Parishioners rereferred to the Committee for the High Commission Court, 2 Mar. Vide Star-chamber.

Winchelsea,
-, new Writs, 2 Feb. 1640.- 11 Feb. 1642.
-, Earl of, 1640, Bill from Lords to sell and lease Lands for Payment of Debts, 23 Dec.-Read, 20 Feb. Committed, 27.
-, 1641, Reported, 26 Mar.-Passed, 8 Apr.-Sent to Lords, 10 May.
-, 1642, Arms in his House to be secured, 3 Nov.

Winchester.
-, Vide Winton.

Winckford,
-, Mr. 1640. Vide Privileges.

Winckley,
-, Edw. 1640. Vide Privileges.

Winde,
-, Captain, 1642, Order touching the Payment of his Arrears, 30 June.

Windebank,
-, Secretary, 1640, Motion for appointing a Time for him to answer Accusations against him, 11 Nov.-His Warrants for releasing Popish Priests and Jesuits presented; he withdraws, 12.-His Letter to Mr. Horwood, Under-Sheriff of Southampton, for Stay of Proceedings against Recusants, to be brought to House; Parties to attend, 20.-His Warrant for discharging of Moore, a Priest-His Letters to Horwood and the High Sheriff of Sussex severally read-Report from the Committee for Recusants concerning him, 1 Dec.-Notice to be given him to answer Informations against him, 1& 3. His Answer, 3. Order for his immediate Attendance, 4. Petitions referred, 17 Dec.- 1 & 28 Feb.-New Writ in his Room, 17 Dec.-Committee to stand, 12 Jan. Order for their Meeting, 25. Committees added, 28.-Petitions concerning his giving Authority to convey Persons beyond Sea referred; Committee impowered to receive all of the like Nature, and consider of Reparation to Parties aggrieved, 5 Feb.
-, 1641, Order for their Meeting, 3 & 10 July.-King to be moved to stop his Allowance ; Cosserer to forbear Payment in the mean time; a Committee to prepare Heads for a Conference thereupon, 7 July. Committees added, 10. Order for their Sitting, 31.-Report to be made, 1 Dec.
-, 1642, Articles against him to be presented, 26 Mar.- Voted a Delinquent, 16 Aug.
-, Mr. 1642, committed to the Gatehouse, 15 Sept. His Petition referred to the Committee for Informations, 23.

Windesore,
-, Rob. 1642, Order for restoring his Plate, 9 Jan.

Windham,
-, Mr. 1640, Report from the Committee for Monopolists touching him; expelled, 21 Jan.
-, 1641, to be sent for as a Delinquent, upon a Report from the Committee for Soap, 30 Oct.
-, Jo. 1642, Petition referred to the Committee for Defence of the Kingdom, 23 Sept.
-, Sir Hugh, 1642, to be summoned to attend, 23 Dec. Loan of 2,000 l. propounded to him; his Answer, 24.

Windsor,
-, 1640, Election; Report touching it; Right of Election determined; new Writ, 8 Dec. To be delivered to Sheriff, 11. Old Sheriff, if not discharged, to execute it, 12.
-, 1641, new Writ, 27 May.-Petition of Burgesses, &c. referred to the Committee of Priviliges, 6 June.- Order about preserving the Deer, and repressing Tumults thereupon, 8 Sept.-Information of Forces assembled there, 4 Jan. Vide Kingston upon Thames.
-, 1642, Action against the Mayor, &c. upon the Election to be stayed, 28 June.-Order about sending down Musquets, 16 Sept.-About repairing the Conduit Heads, 2 Feb.
-, Lord, 1642, his Arms to be seized, and kept in safe Custody, 2 Apr.-Order for selling them, 28 May.
-, Castle, 1642, Care thereof recommended to the Committee for Defence of the Kingdom, 17 Oct.-Prisoners to be removed thither, 10 & 11 Jan. Money for conveying them, and strengthening the Place, ordered, 11. Beds, &c. allowed them at their own Charge; a Committee to consider of a Discharge to the Governor, as he has not received so many as he was charged with, 16.-Order requiring him to receive more, 2 Feb. Free Conference desired by Lords thereupon; Managers and Reporters appointed; free Conference held, and reported, 4.

Wines,
-, French, Spanish, and sweet, 1641. Vide Supply.
-, 1640, Patents concerning them to be brought to the Committee for Grievances, 11 Nov.-Another Committee to consider of the new Imposts on them, 11 Feb.
-, 1641, Order for their Sitting, 15 & 19 May. Instruction to consider of a Method for settling a Price on Wines, 19. Report; Patent voted a Grievance - Impositions on French and Spanish Wines-Proclamation prohibiting Wine Coopers to sell Wines, severally voted illegal-Vote to be sent to the Vintners Company and Lord Keeper, 26. Committee joined to the Committee for the Patent, 29.
-, 1642, Report to be made, 8 Apr. Made; Resolutions for accepting the Compositions of several Vintners; Order for the Payment thereof; Time appointed for others to compound, 9.
-, 1641, Importation of Wines and Sugars referred to a Committee, 20 Oct.-Petition of French Wine Merchants read, and referred to the Committee for Customers, 21 Feb. -Another Committee to consider the Business of Wines, 30. Report, 22 Mar.
-, 1642, Petition of Merchants in the Out-Ports, referred to the Committee for the Tonage and Poundage Bill, 24 May. Vide Supply.
-, 1642, Bill from Lords for preventing Abuses in Wines, 11 May.

Wingate,
-, Captain, 1642, Consideration of his Release to be recommended to Lord General, 10 Nov.-Of Arrears due to him to be recommended, 20 Jan.
-, Mrs. 1642, Petition; Witness examined thereupon, 31 Dec.

Wingfield,
-, Abel, 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 18 Aug.

Winne,
-, Wm. 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 27 Sept.

Winston,
-, Dr. 1642, to have Warrant to transport himself, &c. beyond Sea, 13 Sept.

Winterton.
-, Vide Dungenesse.

Winton,
-, 1640, Petition of Mayor, &c. read, and referred to the Committee for the Star-chamber, 23 Feb.
-, 1641, Parishioners to chuse a Lecturer; Minister to admit of him, 14 Feb.-Instructions to be prepared, 15 Aug.
-, Information of a Victory over Lord Grandison; Messenger to be rewarded; public Thanks to be given in Churches in and about London, 16 Dec.-Copy of a Letter to Lord General, relating to the Service there, 17.
-, Marquis of, 1640, Bill from Lords to enable him to make Leases for Twenty-one Years of divers Lands, 3 Mar. Read, 10. Committed, 13. Reported, 17.
-, 1641, passed, 6 Apr. Sent to Lords, 10 May.
-, 1641, Information given of Arms in his House, 19 Aug.-Order for disposing of them, 2 Nov. For selling them, 8.
-, Bishop of, 1641, impeached of high Crimes and Misdemeanors, 4 Aug.
-, 1642, his House in Southwark made a Prison; Keeper appointed, 11 Nov. Agreed to by Lords, 14.
-, College, 1642, the Committee for the King's Revenue to consider of providing for it, 29 Oct.-Ordinance against imposing upon the Scholars the wearing Surplices, 20 Feb.

Wintour,
-, Jo. 1642, committed to London House, 16 Jan.

Wisbech
-, and Leverington, &c. 1641, Petition of Inhabitants read, avowed, and referred to a Committee, 11 Dec.- Order for their sitting at Grocers Hall, 20 Jan. State of the Case reported, 25.

Wise,
-, Wm. Vide Gerling.-1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 27 Oct.

Wiseman,
-, Mrs. 1641, Complaint of her abusing Smyth, employed for apprehending Priests, referred to a Committee, 27 Nov.
-, Ralph, 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent; Information against him referred to a Committee, 6 Apr. To be bailed; Matter referred to the Committee for Informations, 12.
-, Mr. of Bishopsgate-street, 1642, Order for securing and disarming him, 22 Oct.

Wishart,
-, Cornet, Jo. 1642, to be removed to Plymouth, and kept close Prisoner, 13 Mar.

Witherall,
-, 1641. Vide Privileges.

Withers,
-, Mr. 1642, ordered into Custody, 1 Nov.
-, Captain, 1642, Order for Payment of the Arrears of his Troop, 5 Jan.-For repairing his Losses out of the Estates of Persons that plundered him, 9 Feb.

Within,
-, Wm. 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 7 Nov.

Withington,
-, F. 1642, to be bailed, 4 Jan.

Withrington,
-, Lieutenant, 1642, committed to Lord Petre's House, 2 Jan.

Witnesses,
-, 1640, Rule concerning the Manner of receiving them,
-, 11 Nov.-Sick, to be examined at their own Houses, 11 Dec.-A Committee to grant a Warrant for producing them, 30 Jan.-A Person to be sent for as a Delinquent, for abusing and threatening them, 2 Feb.-Witnesses sent for by Warrant to be discharged upon Bonds for their Appearance, 22 Mar.
-, 1641, One sick, to be examined at his own House, in the Presence of Parties concerned, 30 June.-None to be summoned without a new Order; Order to be prepared for that Purpose, 27 Oct.

Wolfe,
-, Nico. 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 23 Nov.
-, Captain, 1642, committed to Lord Petre's House, 2 Jan.

Wollaston,
-, Sir Jo. 1642, Letter from the King, summoning him to attend at York; Order for his Stay to attend the Service of the Militia in London; Speaker enjoins him accordingly, 9 June. Lords to be moved to join herein; their Concurrence signified, 14.
-, Mr. 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, for discouraging Volunteers, 16 June. Discharged upon his Confession, 20.

Wolseley,
-, Captain, 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, for interrupting the Execution of the Militia, 13 June.

Wolstanton,
-, 1640, Bill for settling the Rectory on Ralph Sneade; and his Heirs, read, 25 Feb.
-, 1641, committed 28 Apr.

Wolstenholme,
-, Sir John, 1642, Order for suffering a Waggon, &c. to be conveyed to his House, 5 July.

Wolverston,
-, 1640, Petition of Inhabitants referred to the Bishop of Ely's Committee, 30 Dec.

Wood,
-, Peter, late Under-Sheriff of Salop, 1640, to be sent for by Serjeant to answer a Petition against him, 20 Nov.-To be bailed, 3 Dec.
-, Toby, 1641, Report from a Committee that he was committed for treasonable Words ; Information against him, and his own Examination, read, 4 Jan.-His Petition, and Order for his Discharge, 1 Feb.
-, Rob. 1642. Vide Privileges.
-, Basill 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 8 Aug. Order for his Discharge, 13.
-, Tho. 1642, committed to the King's Bench, 27 Dec. - To be removed to Ipswich, and kept close Prisoner till his his Removal; a Committee to prepare Letter to the Mayor, for safe guarding him, 13 Mar.

Woodchurch,
-, 1640, Petition of Inhabitants against Edward Bowen read, and avowed; Bowen to be sent for as a Delinquent, 5 Feb. Vide Bowen.
-, 1642, Petition of Inhabitants; Lecturer recommended, 13 Aug.

Woodcock,
-, Geo. 1640, Petition read, and avowed ; Grimbery to be sent for as a Delinquent, 12 Dec. Vide Grimbery.

Woodgate,
-, Mr. 1642. Vide Privileges.

Woodgreene,
-, Jo. 1642. Vide Privileges.

Woodland,
-, Mrs. 1642, Depositions upon Oath concerning her Murder to be printed, 16 Sept.

Woodmongers,
-, 1641, Bill for regulating the Company, and for Relief of Carmen Members thereof against certain Decrees read, 26 Apr.

Woodstock,
-, 1640, Election to stand good, and not be further questioned, 5 Jan.
-, 1642, Business concerning the Town referred to the Committee for Informations, 24 Sept.-Report; Town Clerk reprimanded and discharged, 4 Oct.

Woodward,
-, James, 1642, Petition against him referred to the Committee for Informations, 19 Aug.

Wool,
-, 1640, Bill for further preventing Abuses in winding and ingrossing it, read, 3 Mar.
-, 1641, Patent for Transportation thereof referred to a Committee, 14 July. Vide Merchant Adventurers.-Trade of Wool to be considered in a Committee of the whole House, 22 Oct. Report; Order thereupon, 27. Vide Merchant Adventurers.
-, 1640, Bill against Transportation of Wool, Woolfells, &c. read, 19 Jan.-Committed, 3 Feb. Petition reported, 12. Order for Meeting of the Committee, 13.
-, 1641, another Petition referred, 7 July. The Committee to consider of a Method for transporting Fuller's-earth into Lincolnshire and Nottinghamshire, 23.-Bill to be reported, 27 Oct.-19 & 24 Feb. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 25. -Passed, 1 Mar. Sent to Lords, with special Recommendation, 4.
-, 1641, Order against transporting Wools; a Committee to consider of advancing the Clothing Trade and Vent of Wools, 14.-Another Committee to examine the Abuse of passing them, 19.-Scots Commissioners to be moved that none be exported out of Scotland, 25.
-, 1642, Petition referred, 11 May.

Wool-cards,
-, 1642, Petition of Makers referred to Mr. Maxwell's Committee, 26 Sept.

Woollen
-, Cloth, 1641, Bill concerning Exportation thereof read, 5 Aug.
-, 1641, Petition of Manufacturers read, and, with the Certificate annexed, avowed, and referred to a Committee, 22 Mar.

Worcester
-, County, 1640, Petition avowed, and referred to the Committee for Lieutenants, 17 Feb. Vide Lieutenants.
-, 1641, Lord Howard, of Escrig, nominated Lord Lieutenant, 11 Feb. Deputy Lieutenants approved; another to be recommended, 18 Mar.
-, 1642, Information touching the Sheriff publishing by Proclamation Passages of Parliament, and concerning Words spoken by a Churchwarden, &c.; Witnesses to be sent for, 5 Apr.-Lords to be moved that the Militia may be forthwith put in Execution, 28 May.-Message for that Purpose, 30. -High Sheriff to be summoned to appear-Declaration about the Commission of Array, and Ordinance for the Militia to be sent down, 8 July.-Lords to be acquainted with Proceedings upon the Commission, and desired to join in Order for printing them, 16.-High Sheriff examined touching the Commission of Array, and retarding Orders of Parliament; advised to be more careful for the future; delivers in King's Warrant concerning the Commission, and Instructions thereupon, 21.-Order concerning the Commission of Array, 5 Aug. Agreed to by Lords, 6.-Letter relating Passages concerning the Commission of Array; Copies of Declaration and Protestation of the Grand Jury, and of a Petition which the Judge refused to read-a Committee sent down with Instructions-Persons to be sent for in Custody, 9. Vide Droitwich, and Harris, Henry-Instructions concerning the Magazine added, 10.-Deputy Lieutenants approved, 20 Aug.-The Committee for Defence of the Kingdom to consider of speedy Defence for the County, 29.-Order for Commoners to desend themselves against the Commissioners of Array, read, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 13 Sept. Form thereof, 14.-Order touching the Disposal of Coat and Conduct-money, 29. To be sent to Lords, 30.-Their Concurrence signified, 1 Oct.-The Committees to carry down and put in Execution Instructions and Propositions, 3.
-, 1640, Election referred to Sir Lewis Dive's Committee, 13 Mar. Hearing deferred, 16.
-, 1642, Committee revived; Order for Meeting amended, 5 Apr. Committee suspended, 17 May.
-, City, 1641, Lord Keeper to be moved for a Commission to Justices to tender Oaths to suspected Persons, 20 Jan.
-, 1642, Information that the Commission of Array is there; a Committee to consider what is sit to be done thereupon, 7 July.-Order for opposing the billeting of Soldiers agreed to; Lords Concurrence signified, 10 Aug.-Petition of Inhabitants; a Committee to prepare Orders for Indemnity of Volunteers-for preventing Commissioners of Array to take Houses-for seizing Arms of ill-affected Persons, 10 Sept.- Letters concerning Attempts made upon the City read, 23. -Another concerning advancing the Propositions, and stopping the Revenues of Bishopricks, &c. read, 14 Oct.- Order for Relief of maimed Soldiers there-for certifying the Names of Subscribers to the Propositions who have not paid in their Moneys, 8 Nov.
-, 1640, Petition against the Dean and Chapter referred to a Committee; Committees added, 16 Feb.
-, Earl of, 1640, a Committee to consider of a Commission granted to him and Son for levying Forces, 29 Jan. -Report; Resolution thereupon, 11 Feb.
-, 1641, Order for a Committee to search his House for suspected Persons agreed to by Lords; Black Rod and Serjeant to attend them, 16 Nov.
-, 1642, Order from Lords for disarming him; Messengers dismissed without Answer, 20 Aug.-Lords to be moved to send for him to attend, 13 Sept. Answer thereto, 15.

Wormley,
-, Captain Christo. 1641, not to leave the Kingdom without Licence from House, 19 Aug. His Petition read, and to be considered, 31.-Read again; Business respited, 6 Sept. Has Leave to go to Virginia-his Petition remitted to the Consideration of the Governor and Council, 8.

Worsam,
-, John, 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 20 Feb. To have Liberty for Seven Days, 23.

Worsman,
-, Sir John, 1642, his Trunks gone to York to be searched, 4 July.

Worthington,
-, Mr. 1642, voted duly elected Fellow of Emanuel College, Cambridge, 29 Mar.

Wortley,
-, Sir F. 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 25 Apr. -To make Satisfaction to Persons he has plundered, 24 Nov.

Wosely,
-, Sir Rob. 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 24 Nov.

Wratting,
-, Great, 1640, Petition of Inhabitants referred to the Bishop of Ely's Committee, 26 Jan.

Wray,
-, Clement, 1640, Petition, 16 Jan. Vide Ward, John.
-, Sir Chrstopher, 1641, Bill to sell a Manor, &c. read, 24 Mar.
-, 1642, committed, 30 Mar. -Reported, and to be ingrossed, 8 Apr. Passed 11. Sent to Lords, 12.
-, 1642, his Letter read, and to be printed, 17 Nov. Wren, Matthew, Bishop of Ely. Vide Ely.

Wright,
-, William, 1640, Bill for naturalizing him read, 24 Dec.-Party takes Oaths, 5 Jan.-Bill committed, 10 Mar.
-, 1641, reported, and to be ingrossed, 14 July.
-, 1642, passed, 12 Apr.
-, Jo. 1642. Vide Privileges.
-, Mr. 1642, voted Non Socius of Emanuel College, Cambridge, 29 Mar.
-, Alderman, 1642, his House to be searched for Arms, 14 Oct.
-, Sir Edmund, 1642, his Offer of an additional Loan accepted; Order for discharging him from any Restraint, 19 Oct.
-, Rich. 1642, to have Warrant to search Malignants Houses for Plate, &c. 1 Dec.
-, Thomas, of Bristol, 1642, Petition referred to the Committee for Irish Affairs, 23 Feb.

Writs,
-, new, 1640, viz. Cambridge County, 6 Nov. Romney, 7. Carnarvon County, 10. Oxon City, 18. Marlow Magna, 19. Foy, 20. Honington and Asperton, 26.-Warwick County, 2 Dec. Bedford County, 5. Berwick, 7, -15 Feb.-Wendover, Newport, and Windsor, 8 Dec. Malton and Allerton, 11. Banbury, 16. Cors Castle and Warwick Town, 17. Hull, 29. Weobley, 2 Jan. Evesham, Rye, and Bridgewater, 21. Essex, 27. Old Sarum, 29.-Winchelsea, 2 Feb. Dover, 10. Ilchester, Wallingford, and Cockermouth, 15. Marlborough, 25. Romney, 8 Mar. Stafford County, 16. Monmouth County, 19, And Devon, 20.
-, 1641, in the room of Mr. Hussey, 25 Mar. For Andover, 31.-Henden, 8 Apr. Agmondesham, 30.-Tavistocke, 24 May. Windsor, 27. London, 28.-Lewes, 5 June. Dorset, 20.-Coventry, 12 July. Litchfield, 26. -Tewkesbury and Barnstaple, 6 Aug.-Hertford County, 7. Dunnevett, 18.-Dartmouth, 20 Oct. Hereford County, 30.-Arundell, 12 Nov.-Tamworth, Berealston, Northumberland, and Luggershall, 9 Dec.-Kent, 2 Feb. Newton, 4. Cockermouth, 5. Aldborough, 14.-Plymouth, 9 Mar. Monmouth County, 19.
-, 1642, Bristol, 12 May. Hereford City, 23.-Mynhead, 3 June.-In the room of Sir Ralph Hopton-Mr. Tho. Smyth-Serjeant Hide-Sir Jo. Jennings, and Mr. Jo. Digby, 5 Aug.-For Somersetshire, 8.-In the room of Mr. Holborne-Sir Wm. Penyman, and Mr. Kirton, 11.- Of Mr. Coventry and Sir Edw. Rodney, 12.-Of Mr. Nicho. Weston and Colonel Goringe, 16.-Of Mr. Gervas Hollys, 22.-Of Mr. Chr. Lewkner, 2 Sept.-Of Mr. Chicheley, 16.-For Christchurch, 21.-In the room of Sir Wm. Morley-Mr. Bowyer-Mr. Mayo, and Mr. Leeds, 23 Nov. -For Preston, 29. And for Winchelsea, 11 Feb.
-, 1641, Motion for a new Writ, in the room of an infirm Member, not granted, 18 Aug.

Wroughton,
-, Wm. 1642, Order for continuing him in Custody at Salisbury; Examinations concerning him referred to the Committee for Informations, 15 Aug.-His Petition; Question for his Discharge, Neg. 6 Dec.

Wyche,
-, Sir Peter, 1642, to have Warrant for transporting One Horse into France, 9 May.

Wye,
-, River, 1640, Bill for opening it from Chepstowe, &c. read; not to be read a Second time but in a full House, 19 Feb.

Wye,
-, Captain Edward, 1642, to have Warrant to go to and return from the King, 19 Dec.

Wymondham,
-, 1642, Petition of Inhabitants; Lecturer appointed, 3 June.

Wyntour,
-, Sir John, 1640, to attend, 27 Jan.-House to join with Lords in a Petition to the King to remove him from Court, 16 Mar.
-, 1641, a Committee to tender Oaths to him, 26 May. -Vote for his Removal from the King and Queen, 15 Feb.-Voted unfit to hold his Bargain of the Forest of Dean -Surrender of his Patent accepted-Treasury Board to be desired to issue a Commission for taking his Account, 21 Mar.
-, 1642, a Committee to prepare Order for Payment of Moneys by Farmers of the Woods and Ironworks under him, 3 Sept. Order reported, and re-committed, 5. Reported from Re-commitment, 8.
-, Captain, 1641, Deposition of his Boy touching his being released upon shewing a Ticket presented from the Scots Commissioners; Members to inquire of them who were to release him; Note of their Names read, 3 Jan. A Committee to prepare Interrogatories for examining him and Servants, 24.

Wysherd,
-, Dr. Geo. 1642, Petition against him referred to the Committee for scandalous Ministers, 25 Mar.-Report; voted unfit to be a Lecturer; another recommended; Bond for his Appearance to be delivered up, 18 June.

Wytherings,
-, Mr. 1642, his Case reported; Sequestration of him from the Office of foreign Post-master, and Proclamation for that Purpose voted illegal; to be restored, 28 Mar.-Voted a Delinquent, 16 Aug.

Wyvell,
-, Captain, 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 26 Apr.



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