Statutes of the Realm: Volume 5, 1628-80. Originally published by Great Britain Record Commission, s.l, 1819.
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The Reasons for passing this Act.
Whereas the present raising of great su[m]mes of money for the speedy disbanding of the forces both by Land and Sea is a matter of vast consequence and urgent necessity soe that not onely the happines and peace of his Majestyes Kingdomes, but alsoe the well being and prosperity of them depends upon it, which said summes of money cannot be soe suddainely raised as the pressing occasions doe require without some extraordinary meanes used, to the which all his Majestyes subjects in this visible exigence of the Kingdome will heartily and cheerfully submitt seeing it is to free themselves from soe great a burthen and dayly increesing charge May it therefore please your most Excellent Majesty that it may be enacted And be it enacted by the Kings Most Excellent Majesty and by the Lords and Commons in this present Parliament assembled and by the authority of the same that all and every person and persons who at the time of the execution of this Act shall be of the severall rankes and degrees hereafter mentioned shall to the purpose afforesaid contribute and pay the severall summes of money hereafter in this Act sett downe and appointed that is to say Every person of the degree of a Duke of England Scotland or Ireland inhabiting and residing within this Kingdome shall pay the summe of one hundred pounds. Every person of the degree of a Marquesse of any of the said Kingdomes inhabiting and residing within this Kingdome shall pay the summe of fowerscore pounds. Every person of the degree of an Earle of any of the said three Kingdomes and inhabiting or residing within this Kingdome the summe of threescore pounds. Every person of the degree of a Viscount of any of the said three Kingdomes and inhabiting and residing within this Kingdome the summe of fifty pounds. Every person of the degree of a Baron of any of the said three Kingdomes and inhabiting or residing within this Kingdome the summe of forty pounds. Every eldest sonne of a Duke of any of the said three Kingdomes and inhabiting or residing within this Kingdome being of the age of one and twenty yeares the summe of threescore pounds. Every eldest sonne of a Marquesse of any of the said Kingdomes and inhabiting or residing within this Kingdome being of the age of one and twenty yeares the summe of fifty pounds. The eldest sonne of an Earle of any of the said three Kingdomes and inhabiting or residing within this Kingdome being of the age of one and twenty yeares the summe of forty pounds. Every eldest sonne of a Viscount of any of the said three Kingdomes and inhabiting or residing within this Kingdome being of the age of one and twenty yeares the summe of thirty five pounds. Every eldest sonne of a Baron of any of the said three Kingdomes, and inhabiting or residing within this Kingdome being of the age of one and twenty yeares thirty pounds. Every person of the degree of a Baronet of any of the said three Kingdomes or of Nova Scotia and inhabiting or residing within this Kingdome the summe of thirty pounds. Every person that is a Knight of the Order of the Bath inhabiting or residing within this Kingdome the summe of thirty pounds. Every person who is a Knight Batchelor inhabiting & residing within this Kingdome the summe of twenty pounds. Every Sergeant at Law the summe of twenty pounds. Every person of the degree of an Esquire, or soe reputed, inhabiting and residing within this Kingdome and above the age of one and twenty yeares the summe of ten pounds. Every Widow respectively according to her husbands degree, shall pay the third part [by this Act (fn. 3)] rated [by this Act (fn. 1)] upon that degree of which the husband of such Widdow was in his life time.
And Bee it further enacted and ordained that all and every person and persons of the severall rankes and degrees hereafter in this Act mentioned shall to the purpose aforesaid contribute and pay the severall summes of money hereafter in this Act sett downe and appointed, that is to say Every Parson or Vicar being possessed of a Parsonage or Vicarage or other Estate of the cleare yearely value of one hundred pounds the summe of forty shillings. Every Doctor in the civill, or canon Lawes and every Advocate the summe of five pounds. Every person who is a Judge or Co[m]missioner in the Courts of Admiralty or of the probate of Wills the summe of twenty pounds. Every person who hath practised as a Proctor in either of the Courts aforesaid the summe of five pounds, Every Doctor of Phisicke the summe of ten pounds.
III. Lord Mayor Aldermen, &c. of London.
And Bee it further enacted and ordained by the authority aforesaid that all and every person and persons of the severall degrees and qualities hereafter mentioned shall to the purpose aforesaid contribute and pay the severall summes of money hereafter mentioned and sett downe in this Act, that is to say The Lord Maior of the Citty of London shall pay the summe of forty pounds. Every such person who [either (fn. 4)] is now Sheriffe or Alderman of the said Citty of London, or hath fined for Sheriffe or Alderman of London the summe of twenty pounds. Every person who hath beene or now is Deputy to any Alderman within the said Citty ten pounds. The Towne Clarke [of (fn. 4)] London twenty pounds. Every person who is of the Common Councell of the said Citty the summe of five pounds. Every person who hath beene or now is Master of any of the twelve first companies of the said Citty, or hath fined for Master of any of the said twelve companies the summe of ten pounds. Every person who hath beene or now is Warden of any of the said twelve first Companies of the said Citty, or hath fined for Warden of [any of (fn. 4)] the said Companies six pounds thirteene shillings and fower pence, Every person who is of the Livery of any of the said twelve first companies the summe of five pounds. Every person who is of the Yeomanry of either of the said twelve first companies three pounds. Every person who is or hath beene Master of either of the companies of Diers Brewers Leather Sellers Girdlers Stationers Woodmongers Upholsters Pothecaries Pewterers Tallow-Chandlers Armorers or Sadlers the summe of six pounds. Every person who hath beene Warden of either of the said Companies five pounds. Every person who is of the Livery of any of the said Companies three pounds. Every person who is of the Yeomanry of the said Companies one pound. Every person who hath beene or is Master of any of the companyes of Barber Chirurgions White Bakers Wax Chandlers Cutlers Butchers Carpenters Painters Cordwayners Coopers Scriveners Browne Bakers Turners or Inholders the summe of three pounds. Every person who is or hath beene Warden of any of the said Companies two pounds. Every person who is of the Livery of any of the said Companyes one pound. Every person who is or hath beene Master of either of the Companies of Founders Curryers Masons Bricklayers Joyners Plaisterers Weavers Fruterers Marblers Imbroyderers Poulterers Cooks or Plumbers the summe of one pound. Every person who is or hath beene Wardon of any of the said Companies fifteene shillings, Every person that is of the Livery of the said Companies ten shillings. Every person who is or hath beene of the Livery of either of the Companies of Bowyers Fletchers Blackesmithes Botlemakers Woolpackers Farriers Paviers Loriners Glasiers Clerks or Watermen five shillings. Every person who is a Freeman of any Company within the Citty of London the summe of one shilling. Every person that keepeth one or more Hackney Choaches shall pay for every Hackney Choach and paire of Horses that he soe keepeth the summe of ten shillings. Every person who is a Merchant Stranger if he be of the degree of a Knight the summe of forty pounds, if below that degree and he be a Merchant trading to Sea the summe of ten pounds, if trading within the Land the su[m]me of five pounds. Every person being an Alien borne and useing or exerciseing any trade, mistery, or manuall occupation within any of the Cittyes or Corporations of this Kingdome being a Housekeeper the summe of ten shillings. Every person who is an English merchant inhabiting and residing in or about the said Citty of London, and not free of the said Citty the summe of ten pounds. Every English Factor residing within the said Citty the summe of forty shillings. Every person who is or hath beene an Alderman in any City within this Kingdome if he be below the degree of a Knight or Esquire the summe of five pounds.
IV. Officers of the Courts of Chancery and King's Bench.
Warden of the Fleet.; Officers of the Courts of Chancery.; Officers of the Court of Common Pleas.; Officers of the Treasury, Exchequer, Duchy Court, &c.; Attornies at Law.; Officers in His Majesty's Household.; Single Persons above 16.; All other Persons not before rated nor receiving Alms.; The said Rates to be paid in London, and within 10 miles, within Six Days after Proclamation of Act. In all other Counties, &c. within Twelve Days.
And be it further enacted by the authority aforesaid that all and every such person and persons who is possessed of any of the severall Offices or Places hereafter mentioned in their owne rights shall pay the severall summes hereafter sett downe that is to say The Prothonatary of the Court of Kings Bench the summe of One hundred pounds. The Clerke of the Crowne of the Court of Kings Bench aforesaid twenty pounds. The Custos Brevium of the said Court forty pounds. The Marshall of the Kings Bench fifty pounds. The Master of the Rolls threescore pounds. The Clerke of the Crowne in the Court of Chauncery forty pounds. The Clerke of the Rules in the Kings Bench ten pounds. The Warden of the Fleet fifty pounds. The Clerke of the Hannaper forty pounds. The Master of the Subpena Office forty pounds. The Clerks of the Inrollment ten pounds apeice. The Usher of the Court of Chauncery thirty pounds. Every one of the Six Clerks in the said Court of Chauncery forty pounds. Every Cursitor of the said Court ten pounds. Every Clerke of the Petty Bag five pounds. Every Examiner of the said Court ten pounds. The Cheife Register in the said Court of Chauncery twenty pounds. Every Under Register the summe of ten pounds. Every person that is admited as an Underclerke in any of the Offices of the Six Clerks in Chancery the summe of three pounds. The Clerks of the Chappell of the Rolls three pounds apeice. Every Prothonotary of the Court of Common Pleas the summe of fifty pounds. The Custos Brevium of the said Court fowerscore pounds. Every Philezer of the said Court ten pounds. The Master of the Fine Office thirty pounds. The Clerke of the Warrants ten pounds. The Clerke of the Outlawryes twenty pounds. The Clerke of the Kings Silver Office twenty pounds. The Clerke of [the (fn. 4)] Statutes twenty pounds. The Clerke of the Treasury ten pounds. The Clerke of the Habeas Corpora Office ten pounds. The Exigenter of the Citty of London forty pounds. Every other Exigenter in the Common Pleas five pounds. The Kings Remembrancer in the Court of Exchequer the summe of forty pounds. The Lord Treasurers Remembrancer in the said Court the su[m]me of ten pounds. Every of the Tellers of the Court of Exchequer twenty pounds apiece. Every Attourney of the Court of Exchequer belonging to the Office of the Kings Remembrancer ten pounds. Every Attourney of the Office of Pleas in the Court of Exchequer ten pounds. The Remembrancer of First Fruits and Tenthes in the said Court the su[m]me of twenty pounds. The Clerke of the Pipe in the said Court the summe of forty pounds. The Forraigne Opposer in the said Court the summe of twenty pounds. The Clerke of the Estreates in the said Court the summe of twenty pounds. The Clerke of the Pleas in the said Court the summe of thirty pounds. The Auditor of the Receipt of the Exchequer the summe of forty pounds. The Clerke of the Pell in the receipt aforesaid thirty pounds. The Usher of the said Court of Exchequer the summe of twenty pounds. Every Attourney in the Office of Pleas in the said Court of Exchequer ten pounds. Every Auditor in the said Court ten pounds. The Clerke of the Court of the Dutchy of Lancaster ten pounds. Every Auditor of the said Court ten pounds. Every Clerke of the Privy Seale ten pounds. Every Clerke of the Signet ten pounds. Every Attourney at Law of any of the Courts at Westminster or in the Courts of Law or Equity within any of the Countyes Palatine of Chester Lancaster or Durham or Marches of Wales the summe of three pounds. Every person in any Office or place under his Majesty (except his Majestyes Household Servants in ordinary) who receiveth the yearely fee of ten pounds the summe of ten pounds. The Leiutenant of the Tower of London fifty pounds. Every person that can dispend in Lands Leases Money Stocke or otherwise of his or her owne proper estate one hundred pounds per annum the summe of forty shillings and soe proportionably for a greater or lesser estate provided it extend not to persons under five pounds yearely. Every person being a single person and above the age of sixteene yeares the summe of twelve pence. And every other person of what estate or degree soe-ever he or she be within his Majestyes Kingdome of England and Dominion of Wales not rated before in this present Act, nor receiving Alms, and being above sixteene yeares of age shall pay six pence. And all the severall persons of the severall degrees ranks and qualityes before sett forth in this Bill shall pay the severall proportions and rates appointed by this Bill [in manner & forme (fn. 5)] to be disposed of as in this present Act hereafter is expressed that is to say Every person of the severall degrees ranks and qualityes before mentioned within the Citty of London and ten miles from the same shall within six dayes after proclamation made of this Act in the accustomed places within the said Citty, and the severall Countyes within the said distance respectively pay the severall rates appointed by this Act to be paid by them, and every person of what degree ranke or quality soe-ever throughout the Kingdome of England and Dominion of Wales within twelve dayes after proclamation made of this Act in the accustomed places of the severall Countyes shall pay the severall rates appointed by this Act to be paid by them.
V. Commissioners named
And Be it further enacted and ordained by the authority aforesaid that for the better assessing, ordering and leavying of the said summes of money soe limitted and appointed by this Act to be paid as aforesaid all and every the persons hereafter named, shall be and are hereby appointed constituted and authorised to be Commissioners for the severall and respective Countyes Cittyes Burroughes Townes and Places within the Kingdome of England Dominion of Wales or Towne of Berwicke upon Tweed hereafter mentioned.
For the County of Bedford Lord Russell, Robert Lord Bruce Sir Roger Burgon Sir Thomas Alston Sir Humphry Winch Sir Samuell Luke Knight Sir William Palmer ( (fn. 6)) Sir Beauchamp St John Knight, Samuell Browne Sergeant at Law, Henry Chester Esquire William Becher Esquire Oliver Luke Esquire William Boteler Esquire John Keeling Esquire John Vaux Esquire Thomas Snagg Esquire Humphrey Monoux Esquire Richard Tayler Esquire George Bloundell Esquire Stephen Anderson Esquire Walter Rolt Esquire, St John Tompson Esquire St John Charnock Esquire James Biverley Esquire John Harvey Esquire Sir Robert Nappier Sir John Duncombe John Neale Esquire John Nappier Esquire Thomas Cobb Gent. Peter Mallory Gent.
For the County of Berks Sir Edmond Sawyer Sir Richard Braham Richard Aldworth William Barker William Hide William Trumball John Whitfeild Anthony Barker Henry Hen William Backhouse The Maior of Windsor for the time being Richard Palmer of Ockingham Sir Thomas Draper Knight and Baronet Christopher Monck Thomas Garret Thomas Dolman John Elwes, The Maior of Reading for the time being Philip Weston John Davis Roger Palmer Doctor Hungerford of Reading John Harison of Beachill Alexander Baker Robert Mason Edward Keat Paul Colton Sir George Stonehouse Sir Robert Pye Robert Packer Mr Edward Dunch George Purefoy Senior John Southby George Purefoy junior Thomas Fettyplace junior Francis Peacock John Peacocke junior Francis Pigot Thomas Holt James Heron Richard Broadrick Barth: Yeat George Hide Thomas Saunders Thomas Rich John Blagrave The Maior of Abingdon for the time being, The Maior of Wallingford for the time being. Richard Powle Henry Proctor William Tayler William Bowls Leonard Bennet.
For the County of Bucks Sir Richard Temple Sir Anthony Chester Sir Toby Tirrell Sir John Burlace Sir William Bowyer Baronets Sir Richard Pigot Sir Heneage Proby Sir Ralph Verney Thomas Tirrell Richard Winwood Richard Hampden Tho: Lee Richard Ingolsby William Parsons Charles Cheney John Dormer William Burlacy Edmund Petty Richard Greenvill William Terringham Francis Ingolsby Thomas Risley Edw: Greenvill Henry Andrewes Tho: Duncombe of Broughton Bret Norton Thomas Farrer of Brafield William Salter Tho: Proby Gab: Ipesly Edmund Waller of Gregories Tho: Stafford Francis Saunders Wil: Abraham Wil: Fleetwood Wi: Penne Edw: Russell of Abbots Aston Edm: West Bernard Turney, The Bailiffe of Buckingham The Maior of Wickham Robert Lovet, George Tashe Nich Grice.
For the County of Cambridge Sir Will: Compton Kñt Sir Dudley North Kñt of the Bath Sir Fran: Russell Sir Tho: Hatton Sir John Cotton Sir Tho: Willis Sir John Cuts Baronets Tho: Chichley Sam Thor[n (fn. 7)]ton Tho: Wendy Isaac Thor[n (fn. 7)]ton Esquires, Sir Will: Russell Kñt Wil: Russell Esq[uire] Wil: Legat John Millecent Hum: Gardner Sam: Fortry Wil: Willis Thomas Ducket junior Rob: Hamond Hen Pickering Tho Story Esquires John Nordon Mr. Bing of Grancester Wil: Barns Mr John Pearson Mr Pigot of Abington Jeofrey Nightingal Esq[uire] Dudley Pope.
The Maior of Cambridge Roger Pepis Recorder John Jenkinson John Rant Esquires Christopher Rose Alder. Doctor Pepis Tho Crouch Esquire Doctor Eade Doctor Pormant, Tho: Tifford Ald Rowl: Simpson Tho French Alder: [Richard Timms Alderman (fn. 7)] Mathew Barlow Doctor of Phisick Thomas Gearing Mr Goslin Mr Sammes Mr Gore Mr Smithes.
Anthony Hamond Wil: Colvil Wil Fisher Rob Balaam Anthony Fisher Tho March [Tho (fn. 8)] Towers Edw Partridge Rob Twells George Clapthorne Rob Clapthorne Tho Stewart Esquires John Wilson Tho Pearson Nicholas [Stanford (fn. 9)] Gent.
For the County of Chester Cha les Lord Viscount Kilmorey William Lord Brerton Sir George Booth Baronet Sir Rich Grosvenor Baronet Sir Philip Egerton Knight Roger Grosvenor Esquire Peter Venables Esquire Rich: Legh Esquire Thomas Legh Esquire (fn. 7)] Tho Marbury Esquire Tho Manwaring Esquire. John Ardern Esquire Tho: Cholmondeley Esquire Henry Bunbury Esquire Peter Leicester Esquire Rog Wilbraham of Derford Esquire Jonathan Brewen Esq[uire] Henry Brooke Esquire Edward Hide Esquire Roger Wilbraham of Napwich Esquire [William Massey Esq[uire]. (fn. 10)] Edward [Legg (fn. 11)] of Gayton Esquire William Lawton Esquire,( (fn. 12))
For the Citty and County of the Citty of Chester John Johnson Maior John Racliffe Recorder Charles Walley Wil: Edwards Tho Thrope Rob Harvey Tho Cooper Wil: Ince Edw. Bradshaw Rich: Bradshaw Wil: Crompton Wil: Bennet Rich: Bird William Wright Peter Leigh Rich Minshal Gerard Jones Aldermen.
For the County of Cornwall John Trelawney Knight and Barronet Pierce Edgecomb Esquire Wil Scawen Esquire, George Keckwich Esquire Henry Spoore Esquire James Bond Esquire John Moil Esquire Tho Wills Esquire Edw Elliot Esquire Tho : Blight Esquire John Lampen Esq[uire] Edmond Fowel Esq[uire] Sir Chichester Wrey Baronet John Arundel of Dulo Esq[uire] Charls Grills Esquire Rich Martin Esq[uire] Walter Langden Esq[uire] Nicholas Glin Esquire Tho: Waddon Esq[uire] Edm: Philips Esquire Henry Spoor junior Esq[uire] George Hele Esq Fra Nichol: Esq[uire] John Pierce Esq[uire] Wil: Cotton Esq[uire] Cha Rostcarrock Esq[uire] William Spry Esq[uire] Tho Kestel Esq[uire] Sir Wil: Godolphin Knight Sir James Smith Knight Tho Treffrey Esq[uire] John Nichol of Trewayne Esq[uire] Sir Peter Courtney Knight Jonathan Rashley Esq[uire] John Carew of Penwarden Esq[uire] Oliver [Scawle (fn. 13)] Esq[uire] Walter Kendal of Pelin Esquire Charles Trevanion Esq[uire] Charles Boscowen Esquire John Polwheel Esq[uire] Christopher Cooke Esq[uire] Na: Mohun Esq[uire] James [Pead (fn. 14)] Esq[uire] Sir Peter Killigrew Knight John Gregor Esq Rich Carter Esq[uire] Edmond Prideaux Esquire Peter Jenkin Esq[uire] John Vivian Esq[uire] Tho Hoblin of St Ennodei Esq[uire] Sir John Arundel Knight Humphry Noy Esq[uire] Rob: Hoblin Esq[uire] Nich Arundell Esq[uire] John Basset Esq[uire] Wil: Godolphin Esq[uire] Francis Jones Esq[uire] Ezckel Arundel Esq[uire] Wil Harris Sir Rich: Vivian Knt Wil: Pendarves Esq[uire] Rich Erisey Chr Bellot Esq[uire] Jo Thomas ( (fn. 15)) Anthony Chineweth ( (fn. 16)) Fra Godolphin [Esquires (fn. 17)] John Arundel of Sythuy Wil Painter ( (fn. 18)) John Benithon of Cartlew [Esquires (fn. 19)] John Carnson Esq[uire] John Pendarvis junior Esquire Wil: Trevissa Esq[uire] Tho Hoblin of St Stephens Hugh Trevanion of Gerans Esq[uire] Nath Trevanion Esq[uire].
For the County of Cumberland Col Cha Howard Sir Philip Musgrave ( (fn. 20)) Sir Patr: Curwin ( (fn. 21)) Sir Edw. Musgrave ( (fn. 22)) Sir John Lowther ( (fn. 23)) Sir Wil Dalston ( (fn. 24)) Sir George Fletcher [Baronets (fn. 25)] Sir Tho Dacres ( (fn. 26)) Sir Wilfrid Lawson ( (fn. 27)) Sir Wil: Carleton [Knights, (fn. 28)] Wil: Brisco ( (fn. 29)) Rich Tolston ( (fn. 30)) Wilfr Lawson ( (fn. 31)) Wil: Pennington ( (fn. 32)) John Lamplugh ( (fn. 33)) Francis Salkeld ( (fn. 34)) Dan: Fliming ( (fn. 35)) Joseph Patrickson ( (fn. 36)) Tho Wibergh ( (fn. 37)) Henry Tolson ( (fn. 38)) Lau Fletcher ( (fn. 39)) Leon Dikes ( (fn. 40)) Wil: Orfure ( (fn. 41)) Tho Lamplugh ( (fn. 42)) Chr Richmond ( (fn. 43)) John [Seanhouse of Nether Hall ( (fn. 44)) John Hudson ( (fn. 45)) Robert Heymore ( (fn. 46)) John (fn. 7)] Barwis ( (fn. 47)) Rich: Lamplugh ( (fn. 48)) Wil Mawson ( (fn. 49)) Wil: Laiton ( (fn. 50)) Anth. Latus ( (fn. 51)) Ar: Skaiffe, ( (fn. 52)) Ar: Foster ( (fn. 53)) John Studart ( (fn. 54)) Peter Norman [Esquiers, (fn. 55)] The Maior of Carlisle for the time being, John Caplenby Anthony Bouch.
For the County of Derby Henry Viscount Mansfeild Anchetill Grey ( (fn. 56)) Geo Pierpoint [Esq[uires] (fn. 57)] Sir Tho Greasley Sir Francis Burdet Sir John Harper Sir John Curson Sir Edw Cooke Sir Hen Every Sir Wil Boothby Baronets Sir John Harper Sir Sa: Sleigh Knights John Fretchvil German Pole John Ferrers John Gell John Stanhop John Munday Ri Cooke John Milward Walter Horton Geo Vernon Cha Agard Henry Kendall Gilbert Thacker Wil: Fitz-herbert Cha Cotton Henry Gilbert Ni Wilmot Robert Eyre Ja Abney Jeru Bennet Geo Sitwel Godfrey Clarke Edw Peg: sen Roger Allestry John Dalton Wil Woolley Esquiers J Spateman Henry Buxton Gent., The Maior of Derby for the time being Thomas Sleigh Wil Willot Tho Yowl Aldermen there, The Maior of Chesterfeild for the time being.
For the County of Devon Sir Wil Morris Knight Secretary of State Sir Edw Seymour Sir Peter Prideaux Sir George Chudleigh Sir Courtney Poole Sir Tho: Heale Sir Hugh Pollard Sir Fra Drake Sir Coplestone Bampfeild Sir John Northcoat Sir John Chichester Sir John Davy, Sir William Courtney Baronets, Sir Edmond Fowel Sir John Young Sir John Chichester Sir Thomas Stukeley Sir John Drake Sir John Clobery Knights Arthur Northcot Arthur Basset Peter Prideaux John Roll William Stroud John Fowel Walter Young Edward Wise Thomas Reynal Josias Calmady William Martin William Morris Thomas Southcoat Robert Fortescue Francis Drew, Richard Duke Robert Cary John Heale John Willoughby Mathew Heale John Gifford William Fry Arthur Upton Henry Norley Servington Savory Henry Worth Richard Coffin Thomas Carew John Tuckefeild Edmond Parker John Bury John Arsecot Thomas Drake Nicholas Ducke William Bastard John Wollacomb Henry Ford Henry Walter Thomas Bampfeild Thomas Clifford John Quick John Champners John Davy of Canon Ting John Hale Christopher Clobery Robert Shapcot Samuel Trelawney Richard Beavis Robert Savery Nicholas Dennis Arthur Fortescue Edmund Fowel Thomas Bear Jonathan Sparke Esquiers, The Maior of Plimouth for the time being, The Maior of Dartmouth for the time being, The Maior of Totnes for the time being, The Maior of Barnestable for the time being, The Maior of Tiverton for the time being.
For the Citty and County of the Citty of Exon The Maior for the time being, Sir Thomas Mallet Justice of the Kings Bench Christopher Clarke Simon Snow Robert Walker James Marshal Nicholas Brooking, Ralph Herman Esquiers Alderman Martin Alderman Crossing, Richard Evans, Henry Gaudy John Mane Thomas Westlacke John Aikland Walter Holditch Edmond Star.
For the County of Dorset Denzill Holles Esquires Sir Anthony Ashley Cooper Baronet Sir John Strangewayes Knight Sir Gerrard Nappier( (fn. 58)) Sir Hugh Windham [Baronets (fn. 59)] Sir Walter Earle( (fn. 60)) Sir Ralph Banks [Knights (fn. 61)] John Fitz-James Esquire Robert Coker ( (fn. 62)) John Stroud [Esquiers( (fn. 63))] Sir Francis Holles Knight John Trigonwel of Milton( (fn. 64)) John Trigonwel of Anderston,( (fn. 65)) Giles Strangewayes( (fn. 66)) Edward Hooper ( (fn. 67)) Thomas Freke, ( (fn. 68)) Robert Cullyford ( (fn. 69)) John [Hanman (fn. 70)] John Whiteway( (fn. 71)) Thomas [Bynard( (fn. 72))] William Thomas (fn. 73) Bullen Reymes( (fn. 74)) Edmond Hull,( (fn. 75)) George Fulford( (fn. 76)) Maximilian Mohun( (fn. 77)) James Gold( (fn. 78)) William Constantine,( (fn. 79)) Robert Freke( (fn. 80)) James Smith( (fn. 81)) Winstine Churchill( (fn. 82)) Peter Hoskins( (fn. 83)) Michaell Harvey( (fn. 84)) Thomas [Chafe (fn. 85)] William Fautleroy( (fn. 86)) John Abington( (fn. 87)) Thomas Freke of Hinton( (fn. 88)) George Pitt [Esquiers( (fn. 89))] George Stile Gent. George Hussey( (fn. 90)) Wolley Miller( (fn. 91)) Robert Lawrence,( (fn. 92)) William Oakeden of Churchill( (fn. 93)) Arthur Radford( (fn. 94)) Henry Butler( (fn. 95)) John Dolling [Esquiers (fn. 96)] Anthony [Estrick (fn. 97)] Gent., John Rogers( (fn. 98)) George Trenchard ( (fn. 99)) John Troublefield( (fn. 100)) John Jefferies( (fn. 101)) Thomas Moore( (fn. 102)) Henry Henley( (fn. 103)) Edmond Holles( (fn. 104)) Thomas Hussey of Yenson( (fn. 105)) Thomas [Fawnes( (fn. 106))] Henry Whitaker( (fn. 107)) Robert Seymor( (fn. 108)) Mathew Davis( (fn. 109)) William Chaldecot( (fn. 110)) John Saint Low( (fn. 111)) John Still ( (fn. 112)) Richard Swaine( (fn. 113)) Robert Napier( (fn. 114)) Humphrey Bishop ( (fn. 115)) John Browne( (fn. 113)) William Floyer( (fn. 117)) Robert Tiderley( (fn. 118)) John Ellesden( (fn. 119)) John Mitchell [Esquiers (fn. 120)] Arthur Hooks( (fn. 121)) Henry Harbin( (fn. 122)) William Ellesdon [Gentlemen, (fn. 123)] The Maior of Dorchester, The Maior of Weymouth Edmond Butler, The Maior of Shaston, The Bailiffes of Bridport.
For the Towne and County of Pool Sir Anthony Ashley Cooper Sir Walter Earle William Constantine Esquire Recorder Haveland Hely Collonell William Skut Maior, George Skut, Richard Dolbery Moses Dunnell, Lawrence Giggar, The Maior for the time being, Aaron Durel Robert Cleeves.
For the County of Durham Collonel Charles Howard, Sir Thomas Widdrington Sir William Darsey Sir George Vane Sir Nicholas Cole, Sir John Conyers Sir Ralph Delavall Sir Francis Anderson, Sir William Blackston of Newton Knight, John Hilton of Hilton, Thomas Davison Thomas Dalavall Francis Wreen George Lilburne Thomas Bowes of Streattam Henry Lampton of Lampton James Clavering Robert Elleson Nicholas Frevell Anthony Bierley. Thomas Bonner Thomas Shadforth, William Strother of Grindonrig Ralph Davison Thomas Lilburne John Heath John Tempest Thomas Lampton The Maior of Durham, The Maior of Berwicke William Blakiston of Pittington Cuthbert Carr Thomas Fetherston Esquire, Clement Fulthorp Esquire, Richard Raw Cuthbert Pepper Henry Eden, James Cole Gent. John Shaw Gent. Thomas Swinburne, Nicholas Chayter, Robert Shafto Esquiers.
For the West Riding in the County of Yorke Thomas Lord Fairfax Lord Castleton Sir Thomas Widdrington Sir George Savill Sir John Dawney Sir Thomas Slingsby Sir George Wentworth of Wowley Sir John Kay Sir John Goodrick Sir Thomas Osburne Sir Richard Tankard Sir William Inglesby Sir Richard Maliverer Sir Solomon Swale Sir John Armitage Sir John Lewis Sir Henry Cholmeley Henry Arthington William Adams Francis Nevil William Lowther William Stockdale Edmond Jenings John Stanhop Thomas Stringer Richard Hutton. Sir Thomas Wentworth John Bright William Spencer Thomas Yarbrough of Campsall Sir Christopher Clapham Walter Calverley Brian Cooke Henry Fairfax Sir Miles Stapleton William Fairfax Alexander Johnson John Ashton Sir Ralph Knight John Otway Sir John Yorke John Vincent Godfrey Copley Henry Atkison Thomas Lister John Bines Sir Francis Fane William Farrar Sir Thomas Beaumont Charles Tanckard of Whixley James Moyser George Payler William Lister Francis Goodrick John Riccard Sheffeld Clapham, The Maior of Pontefract for the time being, The Maior of Doncaster for the time being, The Maior of Rippon for the time being, The Alderman of Leeds for the time being.
For the North Rideing in the County of Yorke Sir Francis Boynton Sir David Fowlis Sir Roger Langley Sir William Cholmeley Sir William Strickland Sir Robert Strickland Sir Christopher Wivell James Darcy Conyers Darcy Sir Henry Cholmeley John Dodsworth George Marwood William Thornton William Weddall John Hutton Sir William Dalton James Medcalfe Leonard Westall John Gibson Robert Layton Sir Henry Franckland William Wivel Thomas Lassels of Allerton Sir Henry Stapleton Barrington Bourcher Sir John Dawney Charles Tanckard Henry Bethel James Moyser Sir John Yorke Metcalfe Robinson Sir Jordan Crosland Mr Danyel Mr Francis Driffeild Mr Jackson of Cowling, The Alderman of Richmond for the time being, William Aiscough William Thompson Nicholas Bethel, Charles Allison.
For the East Riding in the County of Yorke Sir Francis Boynton Sir Watkinson Paylor Sir John Hotham Sir William Strickland Sir Thomas Rudston Sir Mathew Apleyard Sir Robert Hilyard Sir Thomas Remington Sir Thomas Norcliffe Sir Francis Cob Sir Hugh Bethel of Rise, Sir Philip Mounkton Sir Hugh Bethel of Ellerton Sir Henry St Quinton, Sir Thomas Heblethwaite William Gee Durant Hotham John Anliby Sandford Nevil Richard Robinson Richard Darley John Legard William Osbaldeston Michael Wharton John Ramsden Tobias Jenkins Mathew Alered John Alured Edward Wingate Ralph Thorpe, John Vavasor William Hursler Hugh Lister William Wise Edward Barnard William Grimston, Thomas Grantham John Pierson John Stapleton John Heame William Lister Robert Orm Robert Southby Stephen Thompson Arthur Noel Thomas Swann Thomas Crompton Christopher Legard Gregory Creyk.
For the Towne of Beverley in the county of Yorke Edward Gray The Maior of Beverley William Wade William Forge William Colson William Dunne John Standliffe Timothy Gray Robert Fotherby William Newcombe Josias Acklam Edward Gray the elder John Tod William Nelson Edward Gray the younger William Garthwaite Abraham Burnet Thomas Gossupe George Davis William Hunter Robert Richardson Thomas Bucke Jeremy Hudson Thomas Johnson.
For the Towne of Headon in the County of Yorke Elizeus Boufrey Maior Mr Burstal Mr Nathaniel Norris Mr Richard Suthick Mr Banchard Mr Oumbler Mr Barn Mr Burton Aldermen Robert Burstal Mr. Davyson Bayliffes
For the Towne and County of Kingston upon Hull Mr William Ramsden Maior William Lister Recorder Thomas Raiks Henry Barnard Francis Dewick Richard Wood John Rogers William Dobson Leonard Barnard Robert Ripley Robert Berier William Foxley William Maister Christopher Richardson Aldermen Hugh Lister Esquire Christopher Legard( (fn. 124)) Esquires Mr Edmond Popple Mr Robert Moore John Ramsden Andrew Marvel Esquiers.
For the Citty and County of the Citty of Yorke Christopher Topham Lord Maior of Yorke Thomas Lord Fairefax Sir Thomas Widdrington Sir Thomas Harison Metcalfe Robinson Esquire William White Esquire Henry Thompson Robert Horner Brian Dawson William Tayler Leonard Thomson Richard Paget Ralph Chater George Monklin Aldermen Sir Miles Stapleton Sir Thomas Slingsbey Thomas Hutton Nicholas Blackebeard Robert Scot Cressey Burnet Henry Thomson junior, William Ramsden Edward Gale Mr Squire Mr Elcock Mr Loftus.
For the County of Essex Sir Harbotle Grimston Baronet Speaker of the House of Commons Edward Russel Esquire Sir John Barrington Knight and Barronet Sir Henry Apleton Sir Benjamin Ayloff Sir William Hicks Sir William Wiseman of Canfeild Sir Andrew Jennour Sir William Luckin Sir Richard Everard Sir Martin Lumley Sir Thomas Abdy Sir Robert Abdy Sir Henry Wright Baronets, Sir William Wiseman Knight and Baronet Sir John Terrell Sir Robert Kempe Sir Thomas Bowes Sir Capell Luckin Sir Richard Wiseman Sir Anthony Browne Knights John Brampston Edward Turner James Altham Roger Palmer Thomas Smith Charles Fitch Gamaliel Capel William Kempe Carew Harvey Mildmay Thomas Fanshaw Charles Maynard Thomas St George Anthony Luther Oliver Reymond Moundeford Bramster one of the Maisters in Chancery John Atwood John Paschal Edward Harris of Much Baddow Tristram Conyers, John Shaw Henry Wollaston Thomas Argall Peter Soame William Glascocke of Farneham Henry Pert John Eldred senior George Walton John Godbolt Robert Josselyne Thomas Luther Thomas Midleton Richard Sa[m]mes John Josselyne Thomas [Gamball (fn. 125)] Thomas Gardiner William Umfrevil James Silverlock Benjamin Wright Thomas King Francis Finch Esquiers, The Maior of Colchester for the time being John Eldred junior Thomas Talcot Esquire John Radhams Thomas Reynolds, The Bayliffes of Maulden for the time being John Stevens Samuel Plume Ruben Robinson The Maior of Harwich John Hunter Richard Smart.
For the County of Gloucester Henry Lord Herbert Sir Henry Fredericke Thynne Knight Sir Edward Bathurst Baronet Thomas Master Esquire Henry Powle Esquire Andrew Barker Esquire William Bourchier Esquire John How Senior Esquire John How junior Esquire, Thomas Escourt Esquire John Stephens Esquire Stephen Fowler Esquire Silvanus Wood Esquire Richard Atkins Esquire Sir Hugh Midleton Baronet, Sir Robert Poyntz Knight of the Bath Sir William Ducy Baronet Sir Richard Ashfeild Baronet Sir John Seymour Knight Edward Stephens Esquire Thomas Stephens Esquire John Fettiplace Esquire Richard Stephens Esquire John Codrington Esquire Samuel Codrington Esquire John Smith Esquire Robert Pleydel Esquire William Dutton Esquire, Sir Thomas Overbury Knight William Leigh Esquire Robert Atkins Esquire John Chamberlaine Esquire Gabriel Lowe Esquire Thomas Chester Esquire Edward Rich Esquire Christopher Guise Esquire Sir Baynham Throckmorton Knight William Cooke Esquire Henry Capel Esquire Richard Dowdeswel Esquire William Dowdeswell Esquire Evan Seyes Sergeant at Law Walter Rawleigh Esquire John Barrow Esquire Thomas James Esquire Thomas Hodges Esquire Richard Cooks Esquire Richard Baugh Esquire The Bailiffes of Tewksbury for the time being William Wilson Gent. David Williams Esquire Edward Fust Esquire William Thorpe Esquire Jones Esquire Bernard Turn.
For the Citty and County of the Citty of Gloucester The Maior for the time being William Singleton William Capel Luke Norse Dennis Wise Thomas Pury senior Lawrence Singleton James Stephens Robert Tenther Robert Paine Aldermen William Cock, Silvanus Wood William Selwin John Robbins Christopher Giese Esquire Sir Edward Massey Knight.
For the County of Hereford Francis Pember Esquire High Sheriffe of the County Wallop Brabuzon Esquire Sir John Kirle Baronet Sir John Scudamore Baronet, Sir Edward Hopton Knight Sir Henry Lingen Knight Collonel Edward Harley Esquire William Hinson a[ia]s Powel Esquire Roger Bosworth Doctor in Phisicke Herbert Westfailing Esquire Robert Harley Esquire Job Charleton Esquire James Pitts Esquire, Collonel John Birch Esquire Herbert Awbrey Esquire Thomas Thompkins Esquire Bennet Hoskins Esquire Richard Hopton John Barnaby Herbert Perrot John Price Thomas Price Roger Vaughan Robert Kirle William Dawsey John Skipp Francis Uvet Humprey Cornwell (fn. 126) John Scudamore James Scudamore Thomas Cox Rudehall Guillym Humphrey Tayler Humphrey Haworth John Scudamore junior Walter Pye Francis Uvet John Cholmeley John Vaughan Thomas Rodd Thomas Whitney Humphrey Baskervile Thomas Geers Fulke Walwin John Hawford Thomas Baskervile Richard Wigmore Thomas Wigmore Richard Rodd Thomas Harley William Gregory Richard Reed Thomas Carpender William Bridges John Nourse [Frances (fn. 127)] Pember Timothy Coles Robert Crofts Esquires Edward Mathews John Vaughon Thomas Delahay Robert Davis Gent. Priamus Davis Thomas Blaney Henry Milburne Charles Milburne Robert Stratford Ambrose Elton Ralph Darnell Robert Miners Esquiers Andrew Greeneley Arthur Cockram John Bridges Esquire.
For the Citty of Hereford John Hill Maior Roger Bosworth Doctor of Phisicke Herbert Westfayling Esquire William Gregory Esquire Thomas Alderne Doctor in Lawes Nicholas Philpots David Bowen Thomas Paynard Jerom Addis Humphrey Diggs Richard Lyde Robert Symonds Thomas Homes John Smith.
For the County of Hertford Sir Harbotle Grimston Baronet Speaker of the House of Commons Hugh Lord Coleraine William Cecill Esquire William Willoughby Esquire Sir Thomas Leventhorpe Sir Brocket Spencer Baronets Sir Richard Adkins Knight and Baronet Sir Richard Franklin Baronet Sir Thomas Fanshaw Knight of the Bath Sir Thomas Dacres Sir Thomas Hewit Sir John Gore Sir John Watts Sir Francis Boteler Sir Rowland Lytton Sir Henry Cesar Sir John Hale Sir Henry Conesby Knights Philip Boteler Thomas Fanshaw Richard Jenings Thomas Dacres John Cesar Humphrey Gore Ralph Freeman Thomas Dockwraw Robert Slingsbey Humphrey Shalcrosse Ralph Baesh Thomas Conesby James Cooper Arthur Sparke William Priestley John Heyden Edward Gardiner Robert Hale William Glascocke Esquiers Richard Goldston Edmond Smith Edward Wingate William Hale Graveley Norton Erasmus Harby Robert Sadler Edmond Feild Edward Briscoe Thomas Coppyn, John Halsie, The Maior of Hertford for the time being.
For the Borough of St Albanes Sir Harbotle Grimstone Baronet Speaker of the House of Commons The Maior for the time being Richard Jenings Esquire Robert Robotham Esquire John Pemberton Robert Pemberton Thomas Oxton Robert lvory John Gape Robert New Gent.
For the County of Huntington Robert Viscount Mandeville Sir Edward Mountague Knight of the Garter Francis Compton Esq[uire] Sir Thomas Cotton Baronet Sir Thomas Leventhorpe Baronet Sir Richard Stone Knight Sir Robert Bernard Knight John Cotton Esq[uire] Sir John Hewet Baronet Henry Cromwell Esquire John Bernard Esq[uire] Nicholas Pedley Esquire Robert Appreece Esquire John Heron Esquire Richard Draper Esq[uire] Lawrence Torkington Esq[uire] John Simcots Doctor of Phisicke Lionel Walden Gent. Robert Vinter Gent.
For the Towne of Huntington The Maior of the Towne for the time being Sir Robert Bernard Knight John Bernard Esquire Nicholas Pedley Esquire Lawrence Torkenton Esq[uire] Richard Weaver Gent. Gervasse Fulwood Gent. Thomas Ashton Gent., and Lyonel Walden Gent.
For the County of Kent Philip Viscount Strangford Richard Spencer Esquire James Herbert Esquire Sir Thomas Peyton Sir John Baker Sir Roger Twisden Sir Edward Hales Sir Edward Moneins Sir Henry Palmer Sir Francis Vincent Sir Howland Roberts Sir Edward Deering Sir Thomas Stiles Sir Charles Sidley Sir Nortin Knatchbull Sir John Tufton Sir John Sydley Sir Richard Hardresse Sir Stephen Leonard Sir Heneage Finch Sir Bazil Dixwell Baronets Sir George Sonds Knight of the Bath Sir William Man Sir Robert Honywood Sir Anthony Anchor Sir Thomas Culpeper Sir John Darel Sir William Wheeler Sir Edward Filmore Sir Christopher Harfleet Sir Arnold Braines Sir Robert Moyle Sir Thomas Ingham Sir John Boys Sir Theophilus Bidolph Sir Francis Clarke Sir John Marsham Sir Henry Oxenden Sir William Leech Sir Robert Austin Knights [John Knathbul (fn. 128)] Robert Barnham Richard Masters John Wroth John Boys of Fredvile Nicholas Toke Thomas Flud James Brockman Humphrey Miller William Cage Thomas Lambert, Edward Honywood George Newman Maurice Diggs Edward Hales Edward Finch Phineas Andrewes James Thurbarne Peter Pett Thomas Peake George Curteys Richard Amherst William Boys Thomas Lake Thomas Henman Anthony Hamond Richard Wilkinson John Horsemanden William [Heuson (fn. 129)] Philip Packer George Polehill Henry Crispe John Roberts Norton Curteys Henry Paramore Thomas Broadnix Henry Sanford John Smith James Newman Charles Toke Henry Honywood Laurence Rooke, Charles Wheler Robert Luckenor Peter Heyman [Henry (fn. 130)] Thornehill Henry Deering Cranmer Harris Thomas Bret Esquires, Francis Barnham Alabaster Flud John Cage Francis Twisden William Buggins John Henden Robert Watson Richard Marsh John Golder Walter Franklin John Alin Maximilion Dallison William Maddox John Mun Zouch Brockman Esquiers Increased Collins Robert Oliver The Maior of Rochester,
[And for the Cinque Ports their Members and the two auncient Townes (that is to say) For the Towne and Port of Dover with the Members thereof The Maior for the time being Richard Jacob John Goulder John Loome Jurats James Newman Henry Petit Gent., For the Port and Towne of Sandwich The Maior for the time being Tobias Clere Thomas Browne Jurats James Thurbane Towne Clerke For the Port and Towne of New Romney Robert Wivel Maior Stephen Bret Thomas Shalcroft Jeremiah Stanfort Jurats For the Port and Towne of Hithe John Finch Maior Elias Basset James Pashley John Basset Jurats, For the Towne of Folkstone The Maior for the time being William Jenkins Jurat, For the Towne of [Feathersham (fn. 131)] The Maior for the time being John Trout, John Upton John Knoller Jurats For the Towne of Lid The Bailiffe for the time being Peter Godfrey Gent. For the Towne of Tenderden The Maior for the time being Edward Finch [Esquire (fn. 130)] Peter Short William Stretton Jurats For the Towne and Port of Hastings The Maior for the time being Denny Ashburnham Esquire William Lovel Herbert Lunsford Jurats For the Port and Towne of Winchelsea The Maior for the time being Samuel Gott Esquire John Sampson George Sampson Gent. For Rye with the Members there of The Maior for the time being William Hay Gent. Marke Thomas Gent. Thomas Palmer Jurat, For the Towne of Pevensey The Bayliffe for the time being Edward Peake Thomas Andrews George Eastman Jurats For the towne of Seaford The Bailiffe for the time being Thomas Beane Thomas Harison Peter Guard Jurats (fn. 132).]
For the Citty of Canterbury and County of the said Citty Mr Squier Beverton the present Maior Francis Lovelace Esquire Recorder Israel Jacob Sheriffe Sir Anthony Aucher Knight Sir William Man Knight John Boys Esquire William Stanley John Leigh Henry Twyman Richard May William Turner Edward Andrewes Aldermen Thomas Hardresse Thomas Peake John Best Paul Barret Anthony Aucher Paul Epps Leonard Spratling Esquiers George Mills senior Gent. Thomas Courtop Esquire.
For the County of Lancaster William Stanley William Spencer Esquiers Sir Richard Houghton Sir Ralph Ashton Sir Robert Bindlosse Baronets Sir Gilbert Ireland Sir Roger Bradshaigh Knights Richard Leigh Richard Shutleworth Ralph Ashton Richard Holland Richard Standish Thomas Norris William Farrendon Richard Kirkby Robert Holt Thomas Preston Thomas Greenalgh William Hulton Edward Fleetwood Roger Nowel Nicholas Towneley of Royle Lawrence Rawsthorn Thomas Braddell Hugh Dickinson John Starky Edward Rigby Alexander Rigby of Preston Robert Rawlinson John Lightbown Robert Booth Nicholas Moseley William Banks junior Pierce Leigh Thomas Ashton James Duckenfeild Cuthbert Ogle John Entwisle Henry Porter William West Nathaniel West Thomas Whittingham Alexander Rigby of Layton Richard Fleet wood of Rosse Hall Thomas Cole William Radley John Rishley Christopher Parker John Case John Cunliffe Butler of Kirkland Esquires William Wall Gent., The Maior of Lancaster for the time being, The Maior of Preston for the time being The Maior of Wiggan for the time being, The Maior of Leverpoole for the time being, The Bayliffes of Cliderow for the time being.
For the County and Burrough of Leicester Thomas Lord Beaumont Viscount Swords John Lord Roos Bennet Lord Sherrard Anchetill Gray Esquire John Gray Esquire Sir George Villiers Baronet Sir Charls Sidley Baronet Sir Thomas Cave Baronet Sir Wolston Dixy Baronet Sir John Hartop Baronet Sir Thomas Halford Baronet Sir Erasmus de la Fountaine Knight Sir Thomas Hartop Knight Sir William Hartop Knight Sir John [Pettyman (fn. 133)] Baronet Thomas Merrey Mathew Babington George Faunt Richard Lister Beaumont Dixy Edward Smith William Quarles William Whaley Varney Noell Casibilan Burton Theophilus Cave John Cave Henry Hudson William Boothby George Pochin William Jervis William Wollaston John Stafford Richard Roberts Thomas Stanley Richard Brudinel John Barwel Thomas Bradgat William Burrow James Winstanley Thomas Charnols Thomas Armston Thomas Hood John Needham Thomas Goddard Richard Halford Walter Rudings John Chamberline John Danvers John Hacket Thomas Caldecot Thomas Allecock John Turvil Richard Orton Ferdinando Sacheveril Esquiers John Cley Maior of Leicester William Ward Dannet Abney Alexander Baker Daniel Deacon Thomas Henshaw Francis Noble Aldermen Francis Smaley Gent., John Boardman Gent.
For the parts of Linsey in the County of Lincolne Gilbert Lord Haugton George Viscount Castleton William Pierpoint Henry Howard [Esquire (fn. 134),] Sir John Munson Sir Phillip Terwhit Sir Robert Bollis Sir Thomas Williamson Sir William Hickman Sir William Wray Sir Thomas Ellis Baronets Sir Charles Bolls Sir Markham Lister Sir Robert Barkeham Sir Edward Rossiter Sir Edward Aiscough Sir Thomas Meeres Knights Stephen Anderson Philip Terwhit John Munson William Oldfeild Edmund Anderson Charles Pelham senior Charles Pelham junior Charles Hall Cecil Terwhit William Whichcot Edward Maddison Adrian Scroope Henry Massenbeard [Drayner Massingbeard (fn. 135)] Edward Nelthorp William Marwood William Wooley William Broxholme John [Nelthorp (fn. 136)] Theophilus Hart Theophilus Harnesse Marmaduke Dorrel senior Marmaduke Dorrel junior Francis Goodrick William Bard John Barnard William Anderson Robert Christopher Richard [Nelthorpe (fn. 136)] Esquiers George Hely Esquire The Maior of Grimsby for the time being Thomas Newton Alderman William Beardshaw Alderman Francis Finch Esquire, For the parts of Kesteven in the County of Lincolne John Lord Rosse Robert Lord Willoughby Sir Thomas Hussey Sir Michael Armin, Sir John Brownlow Sir William Trollop Sir Richard Earle Sir William Thorold Sir Robert Markeham Sir William Brownelow, Sir Francis Fane Knight of the Bath George Sherrard Richard [Browneley (fn. 137)] Anthony Thorold Thomas Hatcher Charles Hussey Robert Pierpoint Edward King Christopher Nevil Esquiers Sir Christopher Clapham Erasmus Deline John Hatcher Thomas Hall John Newton Edward Skipwith Charles Dimock John Buck John White Mollinex Desney John Teigh Francis Wingfeild Thomas Welby William Hide Charles Halford John Saunders William Dolman Francis Hatcher William Sevil Thomas Rands Humphrey Walcot John Icy William Tompson Mathias Browne Esquiers Thomas Ellis Esquire James Ashton Thomas Audley Adam Cleypoole Esquire Richard Coney Esquire William Blith Esquire Henry Hall Esquire Redman Burrall Esquire Sir Christopher Clapham Knight John Mason Daniel Thoroughgood Gent., The Alderman of Stamford Philip Eaton Esquire Francis Finch Esquire, For the parts of Hollond in the County of Lincolne Sir Anthony Irby Knight Thomas Ogle Thomas Hall Anthony Oldfeild junior Henry Harne Mathew Woolmer Esquires John Empson John Tilson John Atkin Walter Johnson Adlard Pury Gent. Joseph Moore Doctor of Phisicke Thomas Welby Francis Finch Esquiers Anthony Oldfeild senior Gent. John Jay Esquire, The Maior of Boston for the time being, The Alderman of Grantham.
For the Citty and County of the Citty of Lincolne The Maior for the time being Sir Thomas Meeres Knight John Mounson Esq[uire] Robert Marshall John Becke Thomas Dawson William Hall Stephen Fowler Aldermen Robert Marshel the Younger Esquire William South Gent. William Bishop Gent. Richard Kyet Gent., Mr Miller Mr Robinson of Branston Mr Lodinton Alderman Henry Morley Gent.
For the Citty of London Sir Thomas Alleyn Lord Maior, and the Sheriffes of the said Citty for the time being Sir Thomas Adams Sir John Langham Sir James Bunch Sir Richard Browne Sir John Robinson Knights and Baronets, Sir William Tomson Sir John Frederick Sir John Lawrence, Sir William Wale Sir Anthony Bateman Knights Tempest Milner Richard King William Bolton Edward Backwell Aldermen Sir Theophilus Bydulph Sir William Vincent Sir Richard Ford Sir Thomas Chamberlaine Sir Thomas Bloodworth Sir Lawrence Bromfeild Knights John Joyliffe Maximilian Bard Thomas Gower Peter Midleton Henry Dunster Esquirs Leiutenant Collonell Thomas Cox Leiutenant Collonell John Alsop Major Edward Storey Major William Har [d (fn. 140)]ley Collonel Cleggat Collonell Allot Deputy Abraham Johnson Deputy Thomas Min Deputy Robert Hanson Deputy Staine John Saunders George Smith Thomas Pearle Nicholas Pening John Browne Peter Mills Lawrence Blomely James Noel Richard Cliff John Mascall Richard Rives John Bathurst Henry Hamson Geoffrey Norley Thomas King James Aberthawitt Andrew Mildlenon.
For the County of Midlesex Sir Harbotle Grimston Baronet Speaker of the House of Commons, Sir Edward Nicholas Principall Secretary of State Arthur Annesly Esquire one of his Majestyes Most Honourable Privy Councell, Sir Anthony Ashley Cooper Baronet one of his Majestyes Most Honourable Pryvy Councell, Sir Gilbert Gerrard Baronet Sir John Potts Baronet Edward Russell Esquire James Shefield Esquire Sir Jeromy Whitchcot Baronet Sir Solomon Swale Baronet Sir William Waller Sir Thomas Ingram Sir Henry Row Sir Thomas Allen Sir Thomas Rowe Sir Henry Wroth Sir Thomas Hewet Sir Thomas Reynall, Sir Robert Fen Sir Edward Walker Sir John Poole Sir William Wheler Sir Francis Gerrard Sir Philip Warwick John Carey John Glyn Sergeant at Law John Maynard Sergeant at Law, Gilbert Gerrard Thomas Allen Henry Mildmay George Pitt William Roberts Nicholas Ranton John Huxley Allen Broderick John Mainard Ralph Hawtrey Challoner Chute Henry Murrey John Browne Richard Peacock William Domvile Thomas Hinshaw Thomas Harrison James Hawley Henry Barker Richard Powel Edwin Rich Edward Rich William Jessop Joseph Ash John Page Robert Page Doctor Thomas Cox Daniell Proctor Christopher Eyres John Robinson William Dier George Day John Lane John Hutchinson John Rives Robert Nelson Christopher Abdy William Northey William Gouldsbury Edward Pecke Richard Sherwin Michael Holman John Millet John Hawtrey William [Greenvil (fn. 138)] John Bourchier John Norwood James Norffolke Edward Roberts Captaine Buckner of Isleworth Sir Lancelot Lake Sir Richard Franckling John Bennet John Baldwin Mr William Glascocke.
For the Citty of Westminster and Libertyes thereof Thomas Lord Fairefax Sir Edward Nicholas and Sir William Morrice principall [Secretraries (fn. 139)] of State John Lord Viscount Scudamore Sir Gilbert Gerrard Sir William Waller Sir Thomas Hewet Sir Anthony Irby Sir John Trever Sir Philip Howard Sir Thomas Clergis Sir Francis Gerrard Sir William Poultney Sir William Plater Sir William Wheeler Alexander Popham Henry Slingsby James Palmer George Mountague Gilbert Gerrard Richard Everard John Browne Richard Sherwin Esquires James Parcall Thomas Morris William Oxton Henry Kem Emery Hill Edmond Waters Brian Barniby Robert Maure Gent. Henry Pecke John Pye Esquire Francis Lucy Francis Bacon Ralph Hall Thomas Tayler Ambrose Scudamore John Throckmorton Edmond Warcup Henry Murrey Esquires John Clendon John Breden William Baker John Tong Robert Brough Thomas Darling George Greene Gent Richard Knightley [John Ansley (fn. 140)] Esquiers Dr Baber John Chase Humphrey Grove Samuel Smith John Browne Anthony Hall [Edmond Pattison (fn. 140)] Laurence [Cuthesen (fn. 141)] Simon Pardue Thomas Stephens of Westminster Gent. Griffith Bodurda Esquire Kelway Guidert Henry Field, Thomas Brompstead Edward Bowers William Habberfield Thomas Colchester Richard Downing Gent. John Hooker William Clerke Esquire George Meryfield Thomas Halfepenny Mathew Cely Gent. Thomas Bayles Esq[uire] Richard Everad Esquire.
For the County of Monmouth Henry Lord Herbert Sir Edward Morgan Baronet Sir Trever Williams Baronet, Sir George Probert Knight Thomas Morgen of Maughen Esquire William Morgen of Maughen Esquire Charles Vaune Esq[uire] Walter Rumnsey senior Esquire Henry Probert Esquire John Milburne Esquire Edmond Morgan Esquire Thomas Lewis Esquire William Morgan of Pencreig Thomas Hughs Esquires Edward Kemeis of Kemes Esquire George Gwynn Esquire Thomas Morgan of Lanfore Esquire William Herbert Esquire William Milburne Esquire Roger Williams Esquire Charles Hughes Esquire Henry Morgan Esquire William Jones Esquire Thomas Williams Esq[uire] The Maior of Monmouth for the time being.
For the County of Northampton Charles Lord de la Spencer Sir William Farmer Sir Thomas Dacres Sir Thomas Cave Sir Samuel Danvers Baronets Walter Kirkham John Lyn Thomas Dove Sir John Langham Francis Quarls Sir James Langham Maurice Tresham Edward Palmer Oliver St John of Woodford Lewis Palmer William Tresham of Newton Henry Robinson William Wilmer Thomas Roan Thomas Catesby Toby Chancy Henry Howard George Tresham John Bernard John Sires John Cartwright Richard Samuell the younger Samuel Jonis William Nailer Henry Edmunds Esquiers Sir Henry Yelverton Baronet John Crew Thomas Crew Richard Knightly Richard Saltingston Esquires Sir John Norwich Knight and Baronet William Ward William Langham George Clerke [Brian Janson Robert Clerke (fn. 140)] Edward Farmer [Brian Johnson Robert Clerke (fn. 142)] Robert Pargiter Thomas Blincoe Christopher Thursby Philip Holman Humphrey Orme William Lisle Richard Rainsford George Mountague John Delavale Esquiers The Maiors of Northampton Brackley and Higham for the time being William Selby Joseph Sergeant John Gifford Thomas Mainard and Edward Collis Aldermen of Northampton.
For the County of Norfolke Thomas Lord Richerdson Sir Edmond Bacon Sir John Hobert Sir Philip Woodhouse Sir Charles Mordant Sir Horatio. Towneshend Sir Richard Barny Sir Edward Barkeham Sir Nicholas Lestrange Sir John Holland Sir John Palgrave Sir William Paston Sir Ralph Hare Sir John Potts Sir Robert Kempe Baronets Sir William Doyley Sir Thomas Guibon Sir Robert Paston Sir William Hovel Knights John Cooke John Potts James de Gray John Knivet Buts Bacon Nicholas Stileman [William Hewet (fn. 143)] John Windham Thomas Rant Jacob Preston, Humphrey Rant Edward Denny Roger Spelman Edward Walpoole Edward Pepis The Maior of Lin for the time being Brig Fountaine Oliver Neve Thomas Townsend Richard Catlin Francis Cory Lawrence Oxburge Robert Steward Thomas Dearham John Spelman Luke Constable Clement Spelman Samuel Hasnet Robert Long John [Aguish (fn. 144)] Robert Sucklin Philipp Beddingfeild Peter Gleane Robert Keddington John Kendal Robert Buxton Robert Baldock George Towsend William Rant Leonard Mapes Maurice Shelton John Lovel William Crane Henry Reps Thomas Meadowe Edward Barber Thomas Drury Robert Gansall Thomas Johnson senior Thomas Gooth George Ingland Nicholas Cutting James Simonds James Johnson.
For the County and Citty of Norwich The Maior for the time being Adrian Parmenter Henry Watts John Rayly Bernard Church William Barnham John Man Thomas Toft John Salter Samuel Puckle Christopher Jay Roger [Mingley (fn. 145)] William Davy Esquire Joseph Paine Thomas Rant John Hoberd Francis Bacon Thomas Bacon Francis Cory Thomas Cory John Earle Edward Chamberlaine John Norris Esquiers Justinian Lewin Doctor of the Law The Sheriffe for the time being Richard Wenman Robert Allen John Andrewes Thomas Johnsons William Tooke Nicholas Poynter Robert Holmes Aldermen Robert Gooch [Francis Norris Thomas Norris (fn. 146)] William Trendle Robert Bendish Edmond Cock Augustine Brigs.
For the County of Northumberland Lord Viscount Mansefeild Collonel Charles Howard Sir William Phenwicke Baronet Sir Ralph Delavale Baronet Sir Thomas Widdrington Knight Sir Robert Collinwood Knight Sir George Downing Knight Sir Ralph Knight Knight Thomas Grey of Chillingham Esquire Robert Delaval Esquire Daniell Collingwood Esquire Edward Fenwicke Esquire Robert Mitford Esquire Thomas Foster of Etherston Esquire William Forster of Balmeburgh Esquire William Shafto Esquire William Strother Esquire Richard Forster Esquire Thomas Lorraine Esquire Cuthbert Heron Esquire [William Middleton Esquire James Ogle Esq[uire] (fn. 143)] Henry Widdrington of Blacke Heddon Esquire Henry Oagle Esquire Thomas Card of Ford Esq[uire] William Fenwicke of Bywel Esquire Gilbert Swinnow Esquire Richard [Scoal (fn. 147)] Esquire, The Bayliffes of Morpeth for the time being Ralph Grey Esq[uire].
For the Towne and County of Newcastle upon Tine Thomas Bonner Esquire Maior Robert Shafto Recorder Robert Shafto Alderman George Dalson Marke Milbanke Christopher Nicholson John Emerson Henry Rawlin Aldermen James Brigs Sheriffe Robert Ellinson William Calverley Richard [Stot (fn. 148)] Esquire John Cosins Ralph Grey Henry Maddison Ralph Jennison John Butler Thomas Davison Thomas Errington William Blacket William Rutter Robert Rodham Ralph Car William Huntly Miles Man Merchants Robert Car William Wallis Edward Middleton.
For the County of Nottingham Wentworth Earle of Kildare Gilbert Lord Haughton Anchetel Grey William Pierpoint Arthur Stanhop Esquiers Sir William Hickman Baronet William Willoughby of Warsop Esquire Sir Thomas Williamson Baronet Robert Pierpoint Esquire Sir Jervis Knifton Knight and Baronet, Sir George Savill Baronet Sir Francis Mullineux Baronet Sir Ralph Knight William Stanhop [Esquire (fn. 143)] Henry Sucheverell William Willougby Jervas Pigot William Clarkeson William Cartwriht of Sutton [Esquire (fn. 149)] Robert [Buller (fn. 150)] Esquire Thomas Charleton [Esquire (fn. 151)] Anthony Air Acton Burnel Francis Leake Francis Stringer William Childers Esquiers
For the Towne of Nottingham and County of the same Arthur Stanhop Robert Pierpoint Esquires The Maior for the time being Charles Hutchinson Esquire William Skevington Esquire John Marton Samuel Sulley Gent. John Parker Alderman The Maior of Newarke for the time being, The Bailiffes of Retford for the time being.
For the County of Oxon Henry Lord Viscount Falkland Thomas Lord Viscount Wenman Sir Thomas Pope Knight Sir Anthony Cope Sir Thomas Spencer Sir Thomas Penniston Sir Francis Henry Leigh Sir Thomas Chamberlaine Sir William Walter Baronets Sir William Waller Sir William Fleetwood Sir William Morton Knights Sir Timothy Tirrell Baronets Sir Thomas Hoard Sir Francis Norris Sir Henry Jones Sir Edmond Bray Sir John Robinson [Knight (fn. 152)] James Fiennes Edward Hungerford William Lewis John Clerke of Northweston John Clerke of Aston John Doyley Edmund Lenthall Esquires Sir John Tiping Knight Francis Wenman Robert Jenkinson Vincent Barry John Osbaldeston William Cope William Stonehouse Thomas Hoard John Fettiplace Litleton Osbaldeston Row Lacy George Berry Compton Read Robert Dormer Charles Hallaway George Chamberlaine Broome Whorwood William Dormer William Shepheard William Cartwright William Draper William Knolles David Walter William Barber Edward Atkins Esquiers Thomas Clayton Doctor of Phisicke James Huxley John Clerke of Aston John Doyley Edmund Lenthall Esquires Sir John Tiping Knight Francis Wenman Robert Jenkinson Vincent Barry John Osbaldeston William Cope William Stonehouse Thomas Hoard John Fettiplace Litleton Osbaldeston Row Lacy George Berry Compton Read Robert Dormer Charles Hallaway George Chamberlaine Broome Whorwood William Dormer William Shepheard William Cartwright William Draper William Knolles David Walter William Barber Edward Atkins Esquiers Thomas Clayton Doctor of Phisicke James Huxley John Taverner Francis Martin George Crooke Thomas Cobb Esquires.
For the University of Oxford Doctor Thomas Clayton Doctor John Mills [Dr Elliot (fn. 153)] Doctor Timothy Baldwin Doctor Richard Lydall Master Charles Halloway Mr John Halloway Mr Edward Aslin Mr Thomas Rowney Mr Thomas Jackson Mr John Crosse Mr Francis Bowman Mr John Harlewood Mr Thomas Robinson.
For the Citty of Oxford Henry Lord Viscount Faulkland The Maior for the time being James Huxley Esquire John Nixon Humphrey Whistler Aldermen Richard Hallaway Esquire Sampson White John Souch John Harris William Potter Francis Haward Thomas Tiping Roger Griffith Gent.:
For the County of Rutland Bennet Lord Sherrard Philip Sherrard Samuel Browne Esquiers Sir Thomas Hartop Sir Richard Wingfeild Sir Eusebeus Pelsant Alexander Noel Edward Heath Christopher Browne Richard Halford Abel Barker Edward Falkoner Richard Fancourt Ezekiel Johnson Esquires.
For the County of Salop Charles Viscount Kilmurry William Pierpoint Esquire Sir Thomas Harris Baronet Sir Henry Fredericke Thinne Baronet Sir William Whitmore Baronet Sir Thomas Wolrich Knight and Baronet Sir Francis Lawley Sir Walter Acton Baronets Sir Richard Leveson Knight of the Bath Sir William Owen Sir Richard Prince Sir Richard Otley Knights Henry Vernon Esquire Francis Keniston Charles Manwering Richard Scriven William Fowler Esqrs Timothy Litleton Sergeant at Law Robert Charleton Thomas Whitmore Job Charleton John Walcot William Oakeley Thomas Ketleby Vincent Edwards Thomas Powis Thomas Crumpe Edmond Waring of Owlebury John Newton Robert Leighton Richard Leister Esquiers Alexander Midleton Gent. Roger Keniston Francis Thornes William Jones Edward Powel Edward Lloyd of Lanvarda Rees Tanat Robert Owen William Owen of Porkington Esquiers, The Maior of Shrewsbury for the time being Timothy Turner Samuel Jones Thomas Jones Roger Owen Philip Prince Thomas Hunt Esquiers Thomas Heyes Robert Forster Gent. Samuel Wingfeild Adam Otley Esquirs Francis Smith Thomas Lockier Gent. Arthur Weaver Thomas Holland James Lacon Philip Eyton Francis Charleton Esquiers Andrew Hill Gent. Thomas Piggot Robert Sandford Rowland Hill William Cotton Esquiers Thomas Lockhard Gent. Edward Ketleby The Bayliffs of Ludlow and Bridgenorth Wenlocke and Bishops Castle for the time being Doctor William Child one of the Masters of the Chauncery, Edward Bawdewine Esquire Ambrose Gataker Edward Pulley Gent.
For the County of Stafford Sir Thomas Leigh Knight Sir Harvey Bagot Baronet Sir Richard Leveson Knight of the Bath Sir Edward Litleton Baronet Sir Walter Wrotesley Baronet Sir Francis Lawley Baronet Sir John Worley Sir John Bowyer Sir Brian Broughton Knights Edward Bagot William Sneyed Gualter Chetwin Henry Grey Gerrard Scrimsher Michael Bydolph John Swinfen Samuel Terrick William Chetwin Rowland Cotten Jonathan Cope Charles Cotten Rowland Oaker Thomas Kinnersley Thomas Whitgrave John Chetwood Edward Maniwering John Withall George Parker John Lane Anthony Rudyard William Colclough Thomas Crumpton Henry Stone Thomas Fox Richard Piet Esquiers Edward Kellet Gent.: Walter Grosvenor Esq[uire] The Bailiffes of Tamworth.
For the Citty and County of the Citty of Litchfeild The Bayliffes for the time being Anthony Dyott John Hill Daniel Watson Michael Bidolph Esquiers Thomas Minors James Allen Gent. William Jessin John Perkins Henry Mott.
For the County of Somerset Lord Hawley Francis Pawlet Esq[uire] Sir John Stowel Sir Thomas Mallet Sir Henry Berkley Sir Charles Berkley Sir Maurice Berkley Sir Thomas Bridges Sir William Windham Sir George Norton Sir George Horner Sir John Warr Alexander Popham Edward Phelips Edward Hungerford Hugh Smith Francis Roll John Harrington John Mallet. William Prin George Speake Francis Lutterel John Simes Henry Rogers Samuel Georges Francis Windham William Bull Peregrine Palmer. Thomas Warr William Helliar of Cooker Edward Court John Hyppesley Thomas Piggot John Buckland Peter Royner Thomas White John Churchill Henry Bull George Trevillian Richard Jones William Waldrald John Tynte William Basset John Banfeild John Cary George Sidenham Esquiers The Maior and eldest Aldermen of the Citty of Bath for the time being The Maior and eldest Aldermen of the Citty of Wells for the time being, The Maior and eldest Aldermen of the respective Townes of Bridgewater and Taunton for the time being.
For the Citty and County of the Citty of Bristol John Locke Alexander James John Guning Richard Vickris Miles Jackson Joseph Jackson Richard Balman Walter Sandy Arthur Farmer Henry Creswick Nathaniel Calo Robert Aldworth Francis Gleed John Pope John Lawford Richard Grigson John Knight the Younger Robert Can Robert Vickris.
For the County of Southampton with the Towne and County Charles Lord St John Sir Robert Haward Knight Sir Henry Worsley Sir William Lewis Sir John Norton Sir Robert Dillington Sir William Meux Baronet Sir John Dingley. Sir John Leigh Sir Hugh Steukley Baronet Sir Richard Kingsmill Sir William Kingsmill Sir Thomas Badd Knights Richard Whitehead Richard Norton John Button John Bulkley Thomas Knowles William Oglander Robert Billington Thomas Jervice John Richards Henry Wallup Henry Whitehead Edward Trussell George Pitt Esquiers Sir Nicholas Stewart Sir Andrew Henley Baronets Leonard Bilson Francis Roll John Hooke Thomas Cole John Trot Lawrence Hyde Philip Leigh Edward Goddard Giles Hungerford Francis Rivet Roger Gallop Francis Tilney John Lloyd Henry Bromfeild William Pitt Arthur Bold William Collins Edward Norton Richard Goddard John Woulveridge Edward Exton William Wither Robert Richbell William Stanley Edward Worseley Benjamin Ruddiard Edward Hooper Edward Fleming Edward Hooper of Peare Tree John Ford Francis Leigh Henry Tulse Perkinson Odber Edward Hayes Thomas Edmonds Robert Oxenbridge Robert Goffe Richard Love William Knapton William Bishop, The Maior of Winton The Maior of Southampton The Maior of Portsmouth The Maior of Newport Mr William Horn The Bailiffe of Andover.
For the Isle of Wight Sir Henry Worsley Sir Robert Dillington Sir William Meux Baronets Sir John Dingley Sir John Leigh Knights Robert Dillington John Richards William Oglander William Bowreman Esquiers Mr Francis Leigh M Edward Worseley Mr Henry Ringwood Maior of Newport.
For the County of Suffolke Sir Fredericke Cornewallis Treasurer of his Majestyes Household Sir Dudley North Knight of the Bath Walter Devereux Esquire Sir Edmond Bacon Baronet Sir Lionel [Talmouth (fn. 154)] Sir Henry Felton Sir John Barker Sir Robert Kempe Sir Henry Wood Sir John Castleton Sir Henry North Sir Thomas Darcy Sir Jervase Ellis Sir Robert Cordwell Baronets Sir Henry Crofts, Sir Philip Parker Sir Edmond Pooley Sir William Pooley Sir Thomas Beddingfeild Sir Edward Duke Sir Sackevile Glemman Sir William Doyley Sir John Pettus Sir George Reve Sir Robert Brooke Knights Charles Cornewallis John Rouse Robert Brooke Henry Parker Isaac Appleton Thomas Walgrave Thomas Bacon Thomas Cullam Charles Gaudy William Bloys Senior John Knevet Richard Cooke Joseph Brand John Harvey William Bloys junior Peregrine Doyley Esquire Sir Thomas Bernardiston Robert Brumbrick John Beningfeild Edmond Ferneley William Gooding Francis Theobald Edward Man Benjamin Culter Joseph Beomont Peter Alderman Nicholas Bacon of [Cussord (fn. 155)] Nicholas Bacon of Shubland Henry Bacon William Gooch John Garnish [Thomas Terrel Thomas Leman (fn. 156)] Henry Warren [Henry North of Laxfield Philip Parkor (fn. 157)] John Warner John Hanmer Hamond Claxton Edmond Harvey Thomas Steward Thomas Veze John Thurston Robert Gosnel Thomas Scrivener John Rivet Robert Stile Henry Yaksley senior Robert Mallet Thomas Dade John Dauntry ( (fn. 158)) Robert King Jeffery Barwell ( (fn. 159)) John Sicklemore Francis ( (fn. 160)) Robert Penning Humphrey Moseley Edmond Parker Gardenor Webb Isaac Mothum Thomas Read John Bence Thomas Butts Esquires.
For the County of Surrey Francis Lord Aungier Sir Francis Vincent Sir Richard Onslow Sir John Lenthal Sir Edmond Bowyer Sir Charles Howard Sir John Evelyn Sir William Haward Sir Daniel Harvey Sir John Maynard Sir Robert Parkehurst Sir Walter Raleigh Sir Thomas Bludworth Sir Richard Stidolph Adam Browne Henry Hilyard Arthur Onslow Nicholas Carew George Chute John Scot John Heale Roger James William Elliot Christopher Buckle George Evelin Marmaduke Gresham Henry Weston Edmond Hoskins John Goodwin Edward Thurland William Hoskins William Wimonsould Richard Delves Edward Lenthrope George Smith Dixy Long Robert Holman Edward Bish Thomas Turgesse George Browne John Floyd George Duncombe Roger Duncombe Vincent Randall John Thynne Roger Heath George Vernon Francis Duncombe John Westbrooke Richard West Doctor Turner Richard Hatton Richard Evelyn Robert Wood John Bromfeild Peter Delanoy James Burton George Moore Giles Walcop Hugh Currer John Nobbs William Austin Anthony Thomas.
For the County of Sussex Sir John Pelham Sir Henry Goreing Sir Charles Shelley Baronets Sir Thomas Dyke Sir Edward Ford Knights Henry Goreing Herbert Springet Herbert Morley John Stapeley Denny Ashburnham George Courtop John Leuknor William Morley George Parker John Byne John Fagg Thomas Midleton Hall Ravenscroft Henry Pecham [George Stewart (fn. 161)] Edward Blaker Nisil Rivers Edward Eversfeild John Forrington William Garaway Thomas Bettesworth Thomas Grey Thomas Palmer Allen Carr Esquiers Thomas Peckham Walter Pauley Gent. Peter Bettesworth of Fitzales William Baldwin Gent. William Gratweek Hugh Petter John Paine Esquiers Thomas Bernard Gent. Christopher Coles George Edmonds Richard Mill Edward Cooke Henry Onslow Edward Mitchel Esquiers Henry Chowne Bre Chowne John Bakshall William Strace John Gratweek of Eatons Edward Paine William Dyke Esquire Francis Selwin Thomas Foster Esquiers John Fuller of Walden Sackvile Groves George Nevil Esquire Walter Henley Anthony Shurley Esquiers Richard Bridger Ambrose Trayton Walter Burrel John Oliver Anthony Stapeley Esquire Anthony Spriget Esquire Thomas Beard Roger Showeswell Esquire Edward English Robert Fowler Edward May Esquire Edward [Petthill (fn. 162)] John Dunk Thomas Sackvil John Dyne Walter Everinden The Maior of Chichester for the time being Richard Shepherd Thomas Gratwicke of Morleyes Thomas Bromfeild the elder William Gratweeke of Jervis Samuel Gott Esquire.
For the County of Worcester George Coventree Esquire Sir William Russel Sir Henry Litleton Sir John Packington Sir Thomas Rous Sir Gilbert Cornewall Baronets Sir Ralph Clare Knight of the Bath Sir Henry Herbert [Knt (fn. 163)] Sir Rowland Berkley Sir John Windford Sir John Talbot Knights Edward Pits Samuel Sands William Ligon John Egiock Henry Bromley of Holt Thomas Savage of Emley Sherrington Talbot Francis Finch Samuel Sandis junior William Sheldon of Broadway Edward Rous Henry Bromley of Upton Edward Dingley Thomas Foley Thomas Childe Henry Jefferies Richard Dowdeswell Philip Brace John Nanfan Philip Parsons William Washburne George Symonds Richard Greves Edward Pennel Nicholas Acton Edward Vernon John Bearcroft Esquiers, The Maior of Evesham for the time being Theophilus Andrewes Esquire, The Bayliffes of Drotwich for the time being John Allen of Drotwich Esquire Edward Wheeler Esquire The Bayliffe of Bewdley for the time being Edward Carew Edward Bushel Thomas Watson Henry Towneshend Esquiers.
For the Citty of Worcester Edward Ashby Maior John Nash Henry Ford Aldermen Edward Solley Richard Carwardine Richard Henning Robert Sollers John Higgins William Smith John Bearcroft Thomas Piercey Thomas Street [the (fn. 163)] younger Humphrey Tyrer Gent. Thomas Hall Thomas Streete Esq[uire]
For the County of Warwicke Kildare Lord Digby George Fane Esquire Charles Leigh Esquire Sir Robert Holt Baronet Sir Richard Temple Sir Henry Puckering Sir Clement Fisher Sir Francis Lawley Sir Edward [Broughton (fn. 164)] Sir John Knightley Sir John Shugburch Baronets Sir Charles Adderley Knight Sir Francis Willoughby Sir Charles Lee Sir William Underhil Sir George Browne Sir William Palmer Knights Richard Newdegate Sergeant at Law Richard Lucy William Somervil Thomas Gibbs Clement Throckmorton Thomas Archer Francis Fisher John Lisle Clement Throckmorton junior John Rous Thomas Marriot Thomas Temple William Dilke Charls Bentley John Fetherston Thomas Flint William Booth Humphrey Jenings Thomas Fox Mathew Bridges Esquiers The Bayliffe of Tamworth for the time being.
For the County of Wilts Denzell Holles one of his Majestyes honourable Privy Councell Sir Anthony Ashley Cooper one of His Majestyes honourable Privy Councel Charles Seymoure Sir Robert Hyde Knight one of the Justices of the Common Bench Sir Walter St John Sir Seymore Pile Sir George Grobhamhow Sir Hugh Speake Baronets Sir James Thyn Sir Thomas Thin Sir John Granvil Sir John Evelin Sir Thomas Hall Sir Edward Poole Sir John Talbot Knights Edward Tooker Richard Grobhamhow Walter Earneley Alexander Thistlewhait [senior (fn. 165)] Giles Tooker Giles Eyre [senior (fn. 165)] John Bulkley Francis Swanton [Giley (fn. 166)] Eyre [junior (fn. 167)] Seymour Bowman Wadham Windham Edward Manning John Mompesson Thomas Hawles Edward St Barbe William Swanton Joseph Stockman Edward Top John Low Gilbert Raleigh Rowland Platt John Davenant Thomas Darell Henry Eyre Henry Clerke Alexander Popham Henry Hyde John Earneley [junior (fn. 167)] Ralph Frecke William [Hannell (fn. 168)] John Playdell John Norden Jeffery Daniell John Fitzherbert James Ash William Fisher William Sadler Nevill Maskline John Hawkins Robert Hippesley Edward Carter Duke Stonehouse John Foyle John Collins William Thomas Thomas Gape Francis Wroughton William Yorke Thomas Grub John Kent Robert Nicholas John Long Thomas Gore of Alberton Edward Not Edward Bainton Edward Hungerford of Farley Castle Edward Hungerford of Caddenham Lawrence Washington George Ayloffe Richard Southby Thomas Escourt George Ivy George Lowe Richard Escourt William Jordon John Eyre Anthony Hungerford Richard Lewis William Brownker Henry Long Benjamin Gifford William Willoughby Thomas Mompesson of Corton Thomas Grove Edward Yerbury William Eyre Thomas Bennet Edward Hyde Edward Medlecott John Eliot William Ducket John Escourt James Mountegue John Danvers John Abury Walter Long Henry Hungerford Richard Greene Thomas Bennet of Pithouse John Bennet.
For the Citty of New Sarum The Maior for the time being Sir Robert Hyde Knight one of the Justices of the Common Bench Edward Tooker Wadham Windham Francis Swanton John Holt Thomas Chafin Thomas Ovyat Thomas Cutler Edward Edmunds Thomas Ray [senior (fn. 165)] Walter Earneley William Swanton Christopher Batt Thomas Darrel,
For the County of Westmerland Sir Philip Musgrave Sir William Dalston Sir Richard Sandford [Sir John Lowther (fn. 169)] Sir John Lowther [junior (fn. 167)] Baronets Sir Christopher Clapham Knight Richard Musgrave John Lowther John Dalston Richard Braithwait [junior (fn. 167)] Christopher Dudley Thomas Sandford Robert Hilton Lancelot Maitchell Edward Nevison Allen Bellingham Richard Braithwaite Daniel Fleming James Ducket Thomas Braithwait Edward Wilson Henry Wilson John Otway Esquiers, The Maior of Kendall for the time being Thomas Sands Gent.
For the Isle of Anglesey Robert Lord Viscount Bulkley Thomas Bulkley Esquire Sir Hugh Owen Sir John Carter John Glynn Sergeant at Law Nicholas Bagnell Esquire John Bodnel Pierce Lloyd senior Pierce Lloyd junior Thomas Wood Thomas Robinson William Bolda Richard Mairick Richard Owen Theodore Esquiers Mr John Win Bodywrid Rowland Bulkley John Griffith Rowland White Griffith Bodurda Esquiers Mr John Owen Mathlie Mr Henry Lloyd Mr John Owen Penrose Mr William Lewis Kemlin, The Maior of Beaumaris for the time being Mr Henry Jones Mr David Lloyd
For the County of Brecon Sir William Lewis Baronet Sir Henry Williams Baronet Herbert Price Thomas Lewis Milburne Williams John Jefferies Henry Williams of Cabalva Esquiers Thomas Williams Recorder of Brecon Edward Williams Walter Vaughan Esquiers William Thomas Bailiffe of Brecon Meridith Lewis James Watkins Hugh Powell James Penry Thomas Bowen John Herbert George Gwin Rowland Lloid Thomas Williams John Stidman Morgan Aubury Esq[uire]s.
For the County of Cardigan Sir Richard Price Sir Walter Lloid Sir Francis Lloid James Lewis [senior (fn. 165)] James Lewis [junior (fn. 167)] John Vaughan John Jones James Jones Roger Palmer Robert Birt Reignald Jenkins William Lloid Richard Jones John Lloyd Thomas Powell Thomas Lewis John Lewis John Bowen.
For the County of Carmarthen Arthur Annesley Esquire Francis Lord Vaughan Sir Erasmus Philips Sir Edward Mansil Baronet Sir Sackvile Crow Knight Sir Francis Lloyd Roger Lort Howel Guin John Lloyd Nicholas Williams Rowland Guin of Glanbraen George Jones Sir Edward Rice David Morgan Henry Mansel Thomas Lloyd of Duneralt John Vaughan of Llanelly Thomas Lloyd of Lanlauddog Thomas Evans John Powell Charles Guin Thomas Williams Richard Guin Owen Price John Evans John Philips Morgan Lloyd Thomas Guin Lewis Lloyd William Williams Daniell Lloyd Esquires John Vaughen of Golden Grove John Vaughan of Court Francis Jones John Lewis John Powell junior Anthony Mansell Philip Vaughan James Jones Thomas Morgan Humphrey Browne Henry Vaughan of Derwide John Vaughan junior of Whitehouse Owen Brigstocke Esquire Evan Thomas of Langhorne Walter Vaughan Gent., Walter Jones Esquire John Hughes Maior of Carmarthen Robert Birt William Slowman Griffith Bynon Daukins Gough Anthony Jones Aldermen John Hughes senior Alderman Feines Walter Thomas Henry Midleton John Harris William Guin.
For the County of Carnarvan Robert Lord Viscount Bulkley Sir Owen Win Sir John Owen John Glin Sergeant at Law Sir Richard Lloyd Sir Roger Mostin Sir John Carter Richard Wyn John Bodvel Griffith Jones Nicholas Bagnall Sir Griffith Williams William Glyn William Griffith of Lyn William Vaughan Robert Win of Ystquckegid Thomas Win William Hookes Hugh Wyn Robert Williams [John (fn. 170)] Bodurda Edmund Glyn Thomas Vaughan Robert Coitmore Owen Griffith Owen Wyn John Williams Esquiers Mr Hugh Bodurda Nicholas Baley Esq[uire] Mr William Wyn Mr Richard Griffith Mr William Williams Mr John Lloyd of Nangwunable Mr William Spicer Mr William Arthur Mr Evan Lloyd Mr Jeffery Williams.
For the County of Denbigh Sir John Salisbury Sir William Merideth Sir Thomas Powell Sir Evan Lloyd Sir Edward Broughton Baronets Sir Thomas Midleton Sir Richard Lloyd Sir John Trevor Sir John Carter Sir Thomas Trevor Sir Robert Hagborough Knights Thomas Midleton Simon Thelwel John Trevor John Robinson Bevis Lloyd Richard Wynn Charles Salisbury Roger Grosvenor Thomas Terrel John Thelwell John Jefferies Eubal Thelwell John Edisbury Hugh Wyn of Barthee Richard Midleton William Owen Charles Midleton John Wyn of Whatstey Robert Wyn of Voylas Robert Price of Geeler Thomas Ravenscroft David Maurice of Penybont John Lloyd of [Llanquys (fn. 171)] Edward Maurice of Loran Kenrick Eaton Foulke Midleton Watkin Kiffin Samuell Jones William Price John Wyn of Meley William Parry John Dolben Charles Goodman Thomas Holland Peter Foulks Edward Thelwell of Lanbodar Thomas Price John Puleston Esquiers.
For the County of Flint Sir Thomas Hanmer Baronet Sir Thomas Midleton Sir John Trevor Sir John Carter John Glin Sergeant at Law Thomas Midleton Roger Mostin of Mostin John Trevor William Price Henry Conway Mutton Davice Thomas Ravenscroft Roger Pulleston Baron Edwards Robert Davis Mutton Davis John Eaton John Salisbury William Mostin Thomas Lloyd of Halton William Hanmer of Fenns Thomas Humphreys William Glyn Robert Whitley Robert Mostin David Pennant Peter Griffith of Caerust Owen Barton Thomas [Cluchley (fn. 172)] Hugh Pennant Andrew Ellis Peter Foulks Luke Lloyd Thomas Dymocke Richard Young John Lloyd of Farm Esquiers Peter Foulks of Maradocke William Griffith of Panty Loundis Samuell Mostin Eubal Hughes Roger Grosvener Esq[uire]
For the County of Glamorgan Sir Edward Mansell Sir Edward Thomas Sir John Aubrey Baronets Sir Thomas Lewis Sir Richard Basset Knights David Jenkins Robert Thomas William Lewis Edmond Thomas Miles Button William Thomas William Herbert William Basset Esquiers Evan Seyes Sergeant at Law William Basset of Myskin the elder Humphrey Windham Bussey Mansell Herbert Evens David Mathew Thomas Mathew Thomas Stradling senior Robbert Button Gabriell Lewis Thomas Carne Thomas Thomas Richard Lougher John Avon Edmond Gammage John Windham Lambrock Stradling Edward Mathew Walter Thomas Edward Turbervil John Carne Henry Basset John Price, Charles Bowen Richard Davies Edward Mansell Henry Hill Richard Seys John Gibs.
For the County of Merioneth William Price William Vaughan William Salisbury Maurice Wyn of Crogan Howell Vaughan of Glan Yllin John Lloyd of Maes Pandi William Vaughan of Caithley Lewis Lloyd Robert Wyn Edmond Meyrick Lewis Owen Richard Anwell John Vaughon of Keren Bodge Humphrey Hughs Morrice Williams Esquiers.
For the County of Mountgomery Sir Mathew Price Baronet Sir Thomas Midleton Sir Edward Lloyd Knights Andrew Newport Roger Palmer Thomas Midleton John Purcel John Blaney John Pugh Richard Herbert Richard Owen Francis Buller John Price of Parke Mathew Morgans William Penrhin Roger Mostin John Blodwell Robert Lee Thomas Wind Edward Evans John Newton William Oakeley Edmond Wareing John Mathewes Thomas Corbet Thomas Morris Brockwell Griffiths Edward Lloyd of Maesmawer Francis Fitzherbert Thomas Jones Esq[uire]s John Wittingham David Powell Thomas Jukes Eubald Edwards Thomas Lloyd of Glenhaven John [Giffin (fn. 173)] Arthur Weaver John Oakley Samuel Biggs Edward Edwards Edmond Lloyd Gent.
For the County of Pembrooke Sir Erasmus Phillips Sir John Stepney Baronets Sir Hugh Owen Knight and Baronet George Haward Rowland Langhorne Essex Mericke Roger Lort Arthur Owen Henry White Lewis Barlow Hugh Bowen Hugh Boteler William Philips Herbert Perrot William Scourfeild James Bowen Thomas Parrey John Lort James Lloid Thomas Wogan of Lanstinan John Maltuas Thomas Cosens Isaac Lloid John Elliot the elder Isaac Loyd Esquiers The Maior of Pembrooke for the time being Richard Browne Alderman, The Maior of Tenbigh for the time being, John Proderough Alderman Collonell Edward Freeman.
For the Towne and County of Haverford West Henry Jones Maior Sir John Stepney Baronet Sir Hugh Owen Knight and Baronet George Haward Esquire William Philips Arnold Thomas Isaac Lloyd Esquiers William Williams Henry Bowen Thomas Davids Richard Bateman William Walter William Howell William Davids Alderman Mathew Prynn John Williams.
For the County of Radnor Arthur Annesley Esquier Edward Harley George Guin Robert Harley Richard Fowler Henry Williams Thomas Lewis Esquiers James Price Nicholas Tayler Robert Martin Thomas Corbet Evan Davis Samuell Powell Henry Probert Charles Lewis Griffith Jones Andrew [Phillyes (fn. 174)] Herbert Weston Thomas Lewis junior Hugh Lewis John Richards senior Esquiers.
For the Towne of Berwicke upon Tweede The Maior for the time being Sir Thomas Widdrington Knight Edward Gray John Rushworth Esquiers John Sleigh Benjamin Clerke Andrewe Crispe Ralph Salkeild Thomas Watson Stephen Jackson Alderman Roger Armorer Thomas Dickenson Marke Scot James Scot Edward Salkeild Elias Prat Robert Turvon.
V. Commissioners may execute Act without further Commission.
Commissioners may divide themselves; and direct Precepts to Inhabitants, & c. to appear, and at such Appearance read the said Rates, and charge them how to make their Certificates, &c.; and after such Charge prefix another Day and Place for Appearance & bringing in Certificate Penalty 40s. ; Commissioners to make Precept to Collectors containing Names of Persons Presented in Certificate.; Commissioners suspecting Value of Estates; to set Rate Persons refusing to pay Rate; Officers may distrain.; If Rate not paid within Four Days, Distress appraised and sold for Payment of Rates, &c. Overplus paid to Owner of Goods. Officer charged only for his Portion; and to pay same to Commissioners; Commissioners to pay same to Sheriff; Sheriff to pay same to Treasurers.; Rates paid in current Money.
And Bee it further enacted and ordained that the [severall (fn. 175)] Commissioners aforesaid shall have full power and authority by vertue of this Act without any further Commission to putt the effect of this Act in execution and in order thereunto shall in their respective Countyes Cittyes Burroughes Townes and Places meete together at the most usuall and common place of meeting within each of the said Countyes Cittyes Burroughs Townes and Places respectively within foure dayes after the proclayining of this Act, and the said Commissioners or soe many of them as shall be present at the said first generall meeting or the major part of them may by their consents and agreements sever themselves for the execution of this Act in Hundreds Rapes Wapentakes Wards Townes and other places within their limits [in such manner & forme (fn. 175)] as to them shall seeme expedient and shall direct their severall or joynt precept or precepts to such Inhabitants High Constables Petty Constables Bailiffes and other like Officers and Ministers and such number of them and as in and by this Act is appointed, and at such their appearances the said Commissioners or soe many of them as shall be therunto appointed shall openly read or cause to be read unto them the said rates in this Act mentioned, and openly declare the effect of their charge unto them, and how and in what manner they ought and should make their certificats according to the rates and summes therof abovesaid, and of all manner of persons as well Aliens and Strangers Denizens or not Denizens inhabiting within this Realme as of such popish Recusants and other persons who be borne under the Kings obeysance chargeable by this Act and after such charge given shall at the discretion of the [same (fn. 176)] Commissioners or any three of them prefix another day and place to the said persons to appeare before the said Commissioners and bring in their certificates under the penalty of forty shillings for every default, and therupon at the said day and place prefixed and limited the said Commissioners shall make their precept or precepts to such Officers or Collectors being able and sufficient men in every Hundred Wapentake towne or [other (fn. 175)] place aforesaid as they the said Commissioners or any three or more of them shall thinke fitt, comprising and containing in them the names and surnames of all persons presented before them in the said Certificates, of whom or of any of them if the said Commissioners or any three of them in their severall limitts shall have certaine knowledge, or vehement suspect that he or she is of greater value then is upon such person or persons soe certified or specified, that then the said Co[m]missioners shall upon examination thereof by good and lawfull meanes without oath set such rate or rates upon every such person or persons as shall be according to the true intent and meaning of this Act, and if any person or persons shall refuse to pay the severall summes and proportions appointed by this Act for such person to pay upon demand made by the Constable or Officer of the said place according to the Estreats delivered to them by the said Commissioners, it shall be lawfull to and for such Constable or Officer for non payment thereof to destraine the person or persons soe refuseing by his [and (fn. 177)] their Goods and chattels, and the distresse soe taken to keepe by the space of fower dayes at the costs and charges of the owner thereof, And if the said Owner doe not pay the said summe of money, due by this Act within the said foure dayes, then the said distresse to be apprised by three or two of the Inhabitants where such distresse is taken and then to be sould by the said Officer for the payment of the said money, and the overplus comeing by the said Sale (if any be) over and above the charged of takeing and keeping the said distresse to be immediately restored to the Owner their of, and the said Officers and other persons soe deputed to aske take gather and leavy the said summes shall answere and be charged for the portion onely to them assigned and limitted to be leavyed gathered and comprised in the said Writing and estreate soe to them as aforesaid delivered to the persons and uses in this Act expressed, and the said summe in that writing or estreat to be comprized to pay unto the said Commissioners, or any three of them with all speede and without delay at such day and place as by them shall be appointed, and the said Commissioners to whom the said summes or any of them shall be paid shall with all speede and without delay carry and pay the same unto the Sheriffe or Sheriffes of the said County or Citty respectively wherin the said summes shall or ought to be collected and paid, and every such Sheriffe respectively within the Kingdome of England, and Dominion of Wales shall with all speede and without delay pay or cause to be paid all and every the su[m]mes by him or them received to the Treasurers in this Act named, or any three of them, all and every which said summe and summes of money soe to be paid by force and vertue of this Act shall bee paid in currant money of England,
VI. Persons dissuading others from paying Rate, or consenting that any other Person shall be under-rated.
And bee it further enacted that if any person or persons shall disswade any other person from paying the rates or summes soe to [to (fn. 178)] bee rated as aforesaid by force or vertue or according to the tenor of this Act, or by corruption shall give consent that any person shall be rated below or under the proportion which any such person ought to pay by the true intent and meaning of this Act, and the said Offences or any of them shall be proved by oath of two Wittnesses before any three or more of the said Commissioners who shall have power by this Act to administer the said Oath, shall by the said Commissioners or any three or more of them be committed to the common goale of the same County (except they be Peeres of the Realme) there to remaine till he or she shall be thence delivered by the Justices of Assize, or Justices of the Peace at the Generall Quarter Sessions to be holden for the same County wherein any such offence shall be comitted.
VII. Sums collected to be issued by Treasurers to the Uses in this Act
And Be it further enacted that all and every the summes to be collected and raised by and according to the tenor of this Act shall be paid and issued out by the [Treasurerers (fn. 179)] in this Act named or any two or more of them respectively to the use and uses in this present Act mentioned and noe other, as by order of the Lords and Commons, or of such persons as they shall authorize therunto shall be appointed and directed and not otherwise, and that all and every the said person and persons who are to be charged or chargable with the receipt of any the said summes in this Act mentioned, which shall willfully [negclet, (fn. 180)] or make default in the collecting leavying or paying of the severall summes by them or any of them respectively to be received or paid, or in execution of their severall dutyes [according to the tenor (fn. 181)] and true meaning of this Act shall be accomptable for the same to the Parliament, and shall be lyable to such punishment as shall bee thought fitt by the Parliament to be inflicted,
VIII. Persons residing in London or within 15 Miles paying before the time limited to the Persons herein named as Treasurers;
And It is further enacted and declared by the authoritie aforesaid that if any person or persons of what degree ranke or quality soever inhabiting or residing within the Citty of London, or within fifteene Miles distant from the said Citty shall before the time limitted by this Act pay unto Sir Richard Browne Baronet, Sir John Langham Baronet Sir William Wheeler Knight Sir William Vincent Knight Thomas Rich Esquire and the Chamberlaine of the Citty of London for the time being, (who are hereby constituted and appointed Treasurers for the receiving and issueing of all & singuler the summes of money by this Act intended to be raised) or unto any two of them, and shall receive from the said Treasurers or any two of them a Certificate or acquittance acknowledging the receipt of such summes, the said partyes severally shall thereby be discharged of for or concerning the said summes and all such payments shall be taken as an acceptable service to his Majestye and the Kingdome
IX. Persons lending £100. or upwards declared a good Service.
And it is further enacted and declared by the authoritie aforesaid that if any person or persons shall lend the summe of one hundred pounds or any greater summe to and for the use and purposes in this present Act mentioned and declared such person shall doe very good and acceptable service to the Kingdome
X. Persons, &c; lending before 1st Aug. 1660.,
And bee it further enacted that any person [or persons (fn. 181)] that shall soe lend and advance such summe or summes of money as aforesaid for this present occasion and shall before the first day of August one thousand six hundred and sixty ensueing pay and deliver the same to such person or persons as are authorized by this present Act to receive the moneyes charged hereby upon the respective Inhabitants of the Citty of London shall be secured by this Act for the repayment of the said moneyes at such time and place as by the lenders of the said moneyes shall be required and agreed upon, and alsoe of the interest and dammage sustained by the forbearance thereof after the rate of six pounds per cent. for a yeare and untill such time as they shall respectively have received againe the said summes soe lent and advanced,
XI. Treasurers to repay such Loans out of the Rates received by them, with Interest at £6. per Cent. per Annum.
And be it further enacted that the said Sir Richard Browne Sir John Langham Sir William Wheeler Sir William Vincent Thomas Rich and the Chamberlaine of London shall and may satisfie pay and deliver unto such person or persons respectively out of the said moneyes soe to be received by them such respective summe and summes of money as shall be soe lent by him or them for the purposes aforesaid together with such other and further summe and summes of money as the interest of, and for the said summe and summes of money respectively shall amount unto after the rate of six pounds per cent. for a yeare from the day and time, that the same was advanced as aforesaid, untill they shall respectively have received the said summe or summes soe advanced,
XII. Acquittances from Persons appointed for Receipt of Rates a sufficient Discharge to Treasurers.
And it is hereby [further (fn. 181)] enacted that the acquittance or acquittances from the persons before apointed for the receipt of these moneyes to the uses and purposes in this present Act expressed or of any three of them shall be a sufficient discharge to the Treasurers in this Act named for soe much money together with interest for the same as shall be comprehended in such acquittance or acquittainces for the issueing out, and payment of the said summe and summes of money respectively,
XIII. Allowance to Collectors, Id. in the pound. Allowance to Commissioners' Clerks, Id. in the pound.
And Bee it further enacted that there shall be allowed and paid by the Co[m]missioners aforesaid unto the respective Collectors of every parish the summe of one penny in the pound for all such summes of money as they shall collect and pay in according to this Act, and the said Commissioners shall likewise allow and pay out of the moneyes soe collected and paid in one penny in the pound unto their Clerks and others imployed by them in this service.
XIV. Treasurers to pay to Sheriffs residing 50 Miles or upwards from London 2d. in the Pound, and within that Distance 1d. Allowance to Treasurers of 1d. in the Pound.
And Bee it further enacted by the authoritie aforesaid that the severall Treasurers in this Act named shall allow and pay unto the respective Sheriffs of the severall Countyes residing fifty miles distant from the Citty of London or upwards two pence in the pound, and to such respective Sheriffes as shall reside within that distance from the said Citty of London one penny in the pound for all such summes of money as the said Sheriffes shall pay in respectively unto the Treasurers in this Act named, and the said Treasurers in this Act named are hereby further authorized to have and take unto themselves one penny in the pound out of the moneys soe paid in unto them by vertue of this Act to be distributed unto such person or persons as shall be imployed by them in receiving and issueing of the money in and by this Act granted in such manner and proportions as they shall thinke fitt.
XV. Rates upon Peers to be received by a Collector nominated by them, who is to pay the same to the Treasurers.
Provided alwayes And be it hereby declared and enacted that the severall rates taxed upon the Lords shall be received by a Collector to be nominated by the Peers, which Collector soe appointed by the Peeres shall pay over the said summes to the Treasurers in this Act named to be disposed of to such uses and purposes as by this Act is appointed.
XVI. No Double Charge allowed.
Provided likewise that noe person or persons of what degree or quality soever shall be doubly charged by this Act but that every person shall pay the greatest proportion he or she is charged withall by this Act.
XVII. Rates received to be employed in paying Arrears, &c. to the Army and Navy in Pay on the 10th June 1660. Account of Rates received to be given to Parliament.
And bee it further enacted by the authoritye aforesaid that all and every the summe and summes of money to be leavyed and raised by vertue of this present Act shall (by the Treasurers in and by this Act appointed) be imployed and disposed for and towards the paying of the arreares disbanding and discharging the respective forces of this kingdome by Land and Sea who were in pay the tenth day of June One thousand six hundred and sixty, and to noe other use or purpose whatsoever, and that an accompt of all the said moneyes shall be given by the said Treasurers to this or the next or any other succeeding Parliament, or to such person or persons as shall by this or any other succeeding parliament be thereunto appointed.
XVIII. Persons assessed higher than their Rank to be assessed by Persons herein named.
[Provided that if any of the Peeres be assessed higher then according to his or their ranke or degree perticularly expressed in this Act, they shall be assessed by George Duke of Albemarle John Marquesse of Winchester Henry Marquesse of Dorchester Algernoone Earle of Northumberland William Lord Paget Philip Lord Wharton John Lord Hunsden and Henry Lord Arundell or any five of them. (fn. 182)]