Statutes of the Realm: Volume 5, 1628-80. Originally published by Great Britain Record Commission, s.l, 1819.
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In this section
- Reasons for passing this Act.
- II. Commissioners for Counties, &c.
- III. Commissioners to meet 10th March;
- IV. Commissioners at their First Meeting to agree what Number are to act in each Division.
- V. Two Commissioners may cause Proportions charged on Divisions to be taxed, and to appoint Assessors,
- VI. First Payment to Receiver General, and by him into the Exchequer.
- VII. Assessors to deliver a Copy of Assessment subscribed by them to Commissioners, who are to sign and seal Two Duplicates thereof, and deliver one to Sub-collector,
- VIII. Head Collector to be appointed by Commissioners.
- IX. Collectors to pay to the Receivers General, who are to transmit Monies to the Exchequer.
- X. Allowance to Sub-collectors 1d. in the Pound, to be paid by Head Collectors.
- XI. No Head Collectors to be appointed in Cities, &c. where there is a Receiver General, except London.
- XII. Refusing to pay Assessment ;
- XIII. Tenants may pay the Tax and deduct out of Rent.
- XIV. Acquittance to Tenant paying.
- XV. Persons over-rated Commissioners may relieve.
- XVI. Officers neglecting Duty;
- XVII. Collector not paying Monies received by him;
- XVIII. Commissioners to call Collectors, &c; before them to account;
- XIX. Commissioners not to vote in their own Case.
- XX. Privileged Places, &c. liable.
- XXI. Proviso for Universities, Colleges of Windsor, Eaton, &c. Hospitals, &c.
- XXII. Tenants of such Hospitals to pay.
- XXIII. Persons in London to be taxed in Parish where they live for Goods, &c. in other Parishes, &c.
- XXIV. The whole Sum to be levied.
- XXV. In case assessing by a Pound Rate prove prejudicial, then Commissioners to assess by an usual Rate.
- XXVI. Proviso for Covenants, &c. between Landlord and Tenant.
- XXVII. Places rated to pay and he assessed in such County, &c. as heretofore.
- XXVIII. In Action for executing Act General Issue may be pleaded.
- XXIX. Proviso in respect of a Decree in Chancery, as to Lands in Sheriff Hales in the County of Salop.
- XXX. Spiritual Revenues chargeable by this Act to be discharged from the two last of the Four Subsidies granted by the Clergy, by 15 Car. II. c. 10.
- XXXI. Head Collectors to give Acquittances to Sub-collectors without Fee.
- XXXII. Remedy against Land or House void of Distress.
- XXXIII. When Woodlands assessed, and no Distress, Subcollectors, &c. may cut and sell to pay Assessment.
- XXXIV. Where Assessment on Tithes and other Profits not distrainable not paid, Sub-collector, &c. may seize and sell.
- XXXV. Commissioners for Middlesex and Westminster may appoint Assessors.
- XXXVI. Proviso for Rights of Peers, Clergy, Universities, &c.
Reasons for passing this Act.
Grant of £2,477, 500.
Wee Your Majestyes most dutyfull and loyall Subjects the Commons assembled in Parlyament takeing into Consideration the great and apparent Dangers which now threaten this Kingdome, and that for prevention thereof Your Majestie hath found Yourselfe obliged to equip and sett out to Sea a Royall Navy for the preservation of Your Majestyes auntient and undoubted Soveraignty and Dominion in the Seas and the Trade of Your Majestyes Subjects, And haveing duely weighed and considered the severall wayes and meanes by which Your Majestie hath beene enforced to make these Preparations at soe vast an Expence And acknowledging with all humility and thankfulnes Your Majestyes abundant Care for our Preservation and being deepely sensible of that extraordinary Charge and Expence with which Your Majestyes present Engagement ought to be supported, and of those Inconveniencies which must needs befall the Nation if we should be wanting to ourselves in this soe weighty and important Occasion, have chearefully and unanimously given and granted, and doe hereby give and grant unto Your most Excellent Majestie the summe of Twenty fower hundred threescore and seaventeene thousand and five hundred Pounds to be raised and leavyed in manner following, And doe humbly beseech Your Majestie That it may be enacted, And bee it enacted by the Kings most excellent Majestie by and with the Advice and Consent of the Lords Spirituall and Temporall and of the Commons in this present Parlyament assembled and by Authoritie of the same That for the righting of Your Majestie and Your Majestyes Subjects against the Dutch the summe of twenty fower hundred threescore and seaventeene thousand and five hundred Pounds shall be raised leavyed and paid unto your Majestie within the space of Three Yeares in manner following that is to say The summe of Threescore and eight thousand eight hundred and nineteene pounds and nine shillings by the Moneth for Thirty six Moneths begining from the Five and twentyeth day of December( (fn. 1) ) One thousand six hundred sixty fower shall be assessed taxed, collected, levyed and paid by Twelve quarterly payments in the severall Countyes Cittyes Burroughes Townes and places within England and Wales and the Towne of Berwicke upon Tweede according to the severall rules and proportions and in such manner as is hereafter expressed that is to say for every Moneth of the said Thirty six Moneths,
For the County of Bedford the summe of Eight hundred ninety six pounds seaventeene shillings and nine pence.
The County of Berks the summe of One thousand one hundred thirty two pounds six shillings and seaven pence.
The County of Bucks the summe of One thousand three hundred and fifteene pounds six shillings and five pence.
The County of Cambridge the summe of One thousand and twenty pounds.
The Isle of Ely the summe of Three hundred forty nine pounds seaventeene shillings and eleaven pence,
The County of Chester with the City and County of the Citty of Chester the summe of Eight hundred and one pounds five shillings and six pence.
The County of Cornwall the summe of One thousand five hundred and forty pounds eighteene shillings and three pence.
The County of Cumberland the summe of One hundred sixty eight pounds six shillings and a penny.
The County of Derby the summe of Eight hundred sixty two pounds eight shillings and fower pence.
The County of Devon the summe of Three thousand two hundred twenty nine pounds nineteene shillings and two pence.
The Citty and County of the Citty of Exon the summe of One hundred and sixteene pounds seaven shillings and fower pence.
The County of Dorset the summe of One thousand three hundred forty fower pounds ten shillings and five pence.
The Towne and County of Poole the summe of Ten pounds nineteene shillings and eight pence.
The County of Durham the summe of Three hundred twenty three pounds sixteene shillings and nine pence.
The County of Yorke with the Citty and County of the Citty of Yorke and Towne and County of Kingstone upon Hull the summe of Three thousand fower hundred sixty nine pounds five shillings and two pence.
The County of Essex the summe of Three thousand ninety eight pounds eight shillings and ten pence.
The County of Gloucester the summe of One thousand eight hundred and eight pounds ten shillings and three pence.
The Citty and County of the Citty of Gloucester the summe of Thirty nine pounds eight shillings.
The County of Hereford the summe of One thousand one hundred thirty one pounds thirteene shillings and fower pence.
The County of Hertford the summe of One thousand three hundred forty five pounds sixteene shillings and three pence.
The County of Huntington the summe of six hundred thirty three pounds fowerteene shillings and two pence.
The County of Kent with the Citty and County of the Citty of Canterbury the summe of Three thousand three hundred twenty six pounds eighteene shillings and eight pence.
The County of Lancaster the summe of One thousand and six pounds thirteene shillings and six pence.
The County of Leicester the summe of One thousand eighty fower pounds fowerteene shillings and three pence.
The County of Lincolne with the Citty and County of the Citty of Lincolne the summe of Two thousand five hundred seaventy five pounds two shillings.
The Citty of London with the Liberty of St Martins le grand the summe of Five thousand ninety one pounds eleaven shillings and fower pence.
The County of Midlesex with the Citty and Liberty of Westminster the summe of Two thousand two hundred and forty pounds ten shillings.
The County of Monmouth the summe of Three hundred and ninety pounds.
The County of Northampton the summe of One thousand fower hundred and thirteene pounds eighteene shillings and two pence.
The County of Nottingham with the Towne and County of the Towne of Nottingham the summe of Eight hundred seaventy three pounds eight shillings.
The County of Norffolke the summe of Three thousand three hundred seaventy pounds twelve shillings.
The Citty and County of the Citty of Norwich the summe of One hundred and eighty pounds.
The County of Northumberland with the Townes of Newcastle and Berwicke upon Tweede the summe of Three hundred seaventy two pounds fifteene shillings and eight pence.
The County of Oxon the summe of Eleaven hundred thirty five pounds ten shillings and eight pence.
The County of Rutland the summe [of (fn. 2) ] two hundred and forty pounds eight shillings and eleaven pence.
The County of Salop the summe [of (fn. 2) ] One thousand two hundred and three pounds fowerteene shillings and two pence.
The County of Stafford the summe of Eight hundred fifty two pounds eleaven shillings and eight pence.
The Citty and County of the Citty of Litchfeild the summe of Thirteene pounds.
The County of Somerset the summe of Two thousand seaven hundred seaventy one pound ten shillings and eight pence.
The Citty and County of the Citty of Bristoll the summe of One hundred ninety nine pounds eight shillings and fower pence.
The County of Southampton with the Towne and County of Southampton and Isle of Weight the summe of Two thousand one hundred eighty nine pounds eight shillings and eight pence.
The County of Suffolke the summe of Three thousand two hundred ninety eight pounds ten shillings and eight pence.
The County of Surrey with the Burrough of Southwarke the summe of One thousand five hundred ninety seaven pound and two pence.
The County of Sussex the summe of One thousand eight hundred twenty one pounds seaven shillings and nine pence.
The County of Warwicke with the Citty and County of the Citty of Coventry the summe of One thousand one hundred ninety two pounds eight shillings and nine pence.
The County of Worcester the summe of One thousand fifty three pounds and nineteene shillings.
The Citty and County of the Citty of Worcester the summe of Fifty five pounds nine shillings and six pence.
The County of Wilts the summe of One thousand nine hundred sixty six pounds seaventeene shillings and seaven pence.
The County of Westmerland the summe of One hundred and sixteene pounds.
The Isle of Anglesey the summe of One hundred twenty five pounds thirteene shillings and eight pence.
The County of Brecknocke the summe of Two hundred eighty two pounds ten shillings and five pence halfe penny.
The County of Cardigan the summe of One hundred and five pounds fifteene shillings and nine pence halfe penny.
The County of Carmarthen the summe of two hundred seaventy two pounds six shillings and eight pence.
The County of Carnarvan the summe of One hundred forty six pounds twelve shillings and two pence.
The County of Denbigh the summe of Two hundred twenty three pounds ten shillings and seaven pence.
The County of Flint the summe of One hundred and eighteene pounds seaventeene shillings and fower pence.
The County of Glamorgan the summe of Three hundred seaventy eight pounds seaventeene shillings and ten pence.
The County of Merioneth the summe of One hundred pounds sixteene shillings and a penny.
The County of Mountgomery the summe of Two hundred seaventy six pounds twelve shillings and two pence.
The County of Pembrooke the summe of Three hundred twenty six pounds and ten shillings.
The County of Radnor the summe of One hundred seaventy fower pounds six shillings and eight pence.
The Towne of Haverford West the summe of Fifteen pounds three shillings and five pence.
II. Commissioners for Counties, &c.
And bee it further enacted by the Authoritie aforesaid That all and every the persons hereafter named shall be Commissioners of and for the severall and respective Countyes Cittyes Burroughes Townes and Places hereafter named that is to say.
For the County of Bedford William Russell Esq[uer] Sir Beauchampe St John K?t Sir Samuell Browne Knight one of the Justices of the Common Pleas, Sir John Keeling Knight one of the Justices of the Kings Bench Sir John Cotton Sir Lodowicke Dyer Sir John Napier Sir Roger Burgoyne Sir Thomas Alstone Sir Humphry Winch Sir Humphry Monox Sir St John Charnocke Baronets Sir Henry Chester Knight of the Bath Sir William Fleetewood Sir William Palmer of Warden Streete Sir William Palmer of Hill, Sir John Duncombe Sir William Beecher Sir Edward Cater Sir George Blundell Sir Clement Armiger Sir John Huxley Knights Paulet St John Richard Tayler Stephen Anderson William Spencer Oliver Luke Francis Crawley St John Tompson Thomas Snagg William Boteler John Keeling John Osbourne John Vaux John Alstone John Coppen Francis Wingate William Gerey Walter Carey Francis Dive William Franklin George Wyan Gains Squire James Mountague Samuell Cotton John Neale John Cockane Thomas Cheyne John Ventris Robert Crompton Thomas Rolt Robert Audley Mathew Denton Simon Gray Mathew Dennis William Foster Richard Orlibere the elder Thomas Cobb Jasper Edwards Samuell Bedford Es?uirers.
For the Towne of Bedford
The Major of Bedford for the time being William Russell Esq[uer] Sir Humphry Winch Sir John Napier Baronets Paulet St John Richard Tayler William Foster John Gardiner Es?uirers Thomas Christy William Risley Simon Becket Robert Beverley William Scott John Beaumont Thomas Fitzhugh Alderman Crawley Richard Elmes John Cobb and John Spencer the elder Gentlemen.
For the County of Berks Charles Earle of Ancram in the Kingdome of Scotland Sir George Cartwright Baronet Vice-Chamberlaine to his Majestie John Lovelace Esq[uer] Sir George Stonehouse Sir George Pratt Sir Richard Braham Sir Thomas Draper Sir Thomas Rich Sir Henry Winchcombe Sir William Backehouse Sir Anthony Craven Sir Cesar Colclough Sir John Fettiplace Sir Thomas Clergys Baronets Sir Richard Powle Knight of the Bath Sir Edmond Sawyer Sir Robert Pye Sir William Armorer Sir Thomas Dolman Sir John Davis Sir Richard Bishop Knights Richard Nevill Humphry Hyde Richard Harrison William Barker George Purefoy Peregrine Hobby Robert Packer Richard Aldworth Thomas Fettiplace George Fettiplace John Harrison Anthony Barker Henry Procter John Blagrave Francis Piggot Hungerford Dunch William Trumball William Dormer John Elwes Thomas Garret John Southby William Wilmot William James William Barker of Hurst Edward Keate William Nelson Hartgell Baron Richard Jones William Tayler Edward Dalby Paul Calton Thomas Saunders Charles Whitacre Humphrey Hyde senior of Hurst Humphrey Hyde junior of Kingston Edward Hobby Richard Palmer John Hartsey Es?rs William Offley Doctor in Lawes Francis Hungerford Doctor of Phisicke William Hamersley George Blagrave John Kendricke John, Allen Robert Leigh Nicholas Hyde Peregrine Wilcox Thomas Southby William Langton John Due Francis Peacocke Michaell Mallet Henry Murrey Es?rs, John Peacocke Robert Goston James Heron Philip Weston Henry Barker John Powney Roger Draper Richard Lovelace William Hussey Roger Knight Charles Pierce Richard Punt Gentleman The Major of Reading for the time being. The Maior of Abington for the time being, The Maior of Newbery for the time being, The Maior of Windsor for the time being, The Maior of Wallingford for the time being.
For the County of Bucks Charles Earle of Ancram in the Kingdome of Scotland Philip Lord [Waynman (fn. 3) ] Viscount Tuam in the Kingdome of Ireland James Herbert Esq[uire] Sir Thomas Tyrrell one of the Justices of the Common Pleas Sir Richard Temple Knight of the Bath and Baronet Sir Toby Tyrrell Sir John Burlace Sir Anthony Chester Sir Thomas Proby Sir William Bowyer Sir William Smith Sir Ralph Varney Sir William Drake Sir Thomas Hampson Sir Henry Andrewes Sir John Croke Baronets Sir William Tirringham Sir Richard Ingoldesby Sir Robert Gayer Knights of the Bath Sir Edmond Pye Knight and Baronet Sir Thomas Lee Sir Richard Napper Sir Richard Pigg ( (fn. 4) ) Sir Henry Herbert Sir John Dormer Sir Thomas Cleyton Sir Robert Croke Sir Thomas Clergies Sir George Tash Knights William Fleetewood Charles Cheyne Edmond Waller senior Edmond Waller junior William Penn Edmond West Brett Norton Thomas Duncombe Thomas Hacket William Lane John Eglestone Richard Barringer Edward Nicholas Thomas Ferrers senior Cesar Cranmore Thomas Risley Roger Price Peter Dorrell Thomas Saunders Francis Ingoldesby Edmond Dorrell George Russell Richard Winwood Richard Greenvile Robert Scawen Bud Wase Thomas Tirrell Robert Napper Edmond Hampden John Clarke Robert Croke Richard Hampden William Burlace Bazill Brent William Hill Thomas Ferrer junior Ambrose Bennet James Low Thomas Stafford Robert Levet Charles Doe Robert Tompkins Bernard Tourney Thomas Egleton Robert Dormer Francis Tyrringham George Wyan William Cleaver William Abraham Captaine Robert Style John Grubbe Es?rs John Greene Henry Alnot James Perrat George Gosnall Gentleman, The Bayliffe of Buckingham for the time being John Risley Roger Price Peter Dorrell junior Esquiers John Smith William Lambert and John Tournour Gentlemen.
For the County of Cambridge William Lord Allington of the Kingdome of Ireland Sir Dudley North Knight of the Bath Sir Thomas Hatton Sir John Cotton Sir Thomas Willis Sir John Cutts Sir George Downeing Baronets Sir Thomas Wendy Knight of the Bath Sir Thomas [Dayrell (fn. 5) ] Sir Isaac Thornton Sir Robert Cotton Knights Thomas Chichley Levinus Bennet John Millisent Samuell Fortrey Thomas Storey Thomas Ducket William Layer Humphrey Gardner Roger Pepis Thomas Dod Mildmay Dowman Jeoffrey Nightingall William Aloffe Pike Thomas Bucke Dalton John Bing Thomas Martin and William Legate Esq[ui]rs.
For the University and Towne of Cambridge
The Vice Chauncellour The Maior for the time being William Lord Allington of the Kingdome of Ireland Theophilus Dillingham James Fleetewood Richard Minshall Doctors of Divinity Robert King Doctor of the Lawes Thomas Crouch Clement Nevile Es?rs Roger Pepis Esq[uire] Recorder Samuell Spalding John Ewen William Wells John Herring Aldermen Sir Thomas Slater Baronet Robert Eade Edward Stoyte Doctors of Phisicke and Nicholas Jacob Esq[uire].
Isle of Ely
For the Isle of Ely Richard Lord Gorges of the Kingdome of Ireland William Colvile Thomas March Mathew Wren Charles Wren Edward Parterich William Fisher Thomas. Steward Robert Steward Henry Hitch Doctor of Law Robert Balam Thomas Castell Lawrence Oxborough John Towers Anthony Backeworth John Childe junior William Balam Thomas Edwards William March Michaell Holman Mathew Tayler Roger Jenings and John Delavall Es?rs.
For the County of Chester Robert Lord Cholmondeley of the Kingdome of Ireland William Lord Brereton of the Kingdome of Ireland Sir Thomas Delves Sir Willoughby Aston Sir Thomas Powell Sir George Warberton Sir Peter Leicester Sir Thomas Manwareing Sir Thomas Smith junior Sir John Bellet Sir Peter Pinder Sir Richard Brookes Sir William Stanley Baronets Sir John Booth Sir Philip Egerton Sir Peter Brookes Sir John Arderne Sir Robert Cotton Sir Foulke Lucy Sir Jeoffrey Shekerley Knights Peter Venables Baron of Kinderton Thomas Needham Thomas Cholmundeley George Vernon Robert [Patton (fn. 6) ] Henry Bunbury Henry Leigh Thomas Leigh of Adlington Richard Legh of Lyme John Crew of Crew Thomas Marbury Edward Warren Edward Legh Edward Hyde John Crew of Utkinton Roger Wilbraham Nathaniell Booth Peter Dutton John Daniell Randell Dod John Leech Richard Wathall Edward Glegg Roger King John Davenport of Widford Thomas Glasier Somerford Oldfeild Edward Swettenham Peers Legh John Ward Ralph Wilbraham William Brocke John Hulstone John Shalcrosse Edward Downes of Worth Ralph Baskerfeild of Winnington and Thomas Lee Esquiers.
Citty of Chester
For the Citty and County of the Citty of Chester The Maior for the time being Sir Thomas Smith Baronet Sir Thomas Smith Knight Richard Leiving Esq[uire] Recorder of Chester John Radcliffe Esq[uire]. Thomas Thrope William Crumpton Thomas [Cooke (fn. 7) ] Cowper William Streete and Ince Aldermen.
For the County of Cornwall Sir William Morrice Principall Secretary of State Robert Roberts Hender Roberts Esquiers Sir Chichester Wray Sir John Trelawney Knights and Baronets Sir John Carew Baronet Sir [Edward (fn. 8) ] Vivian Knight and Baronet Sir John Coriton Sir William Godolphin Baronets Sir Francis Godolphin Sir Richard Edgecombe Sir Nicholas Slanning Knights of the Bath Sir Peter Killigrew Sir Peter Courtney Sir John Arundle Sir Samuell Cosworth Sir James Smith Sir Walter Moyle Knights Henry Seamour Jonathan Trelawney Richard Arundle Pierce Edgecombe Hugh Boscawen Francis Buller Charles Trevanion Charles Roscarrocke John Speacket John Elliot John Tanner Francis Edgecombe Nathaniell Moyle Bernard Greenvile John Trelawney William Pendervis William Scawen William Travisa William Bond Edward Boscawen Christopher Cooke Nicholas Glyn Thomas Herle Viol Vivian James Praed John Conock Samuell Trelawney John St Aubin John Nicholas of Trewane John Nicholl of Litlewood Arthur Fortescue John Vivean Oliver Saule William Mohun Haniball Bugins Lewis Tremane Richard Hawkes Colan Blewet John Bleigh Henry Spoure senior Jonathan Rashley senior Jonathan Rashley junior John Rashley Robert Hoblin Christopher Bond Thomas Burell Thomas Robinson John Thomas Richard Erisey Christopher Harris Francis Grigger Humphrey Courtney John Buller Charles Boscawen Robert Scawen Thomas Waddon Tristram Arscot William Cotton Edward Nosworthy George Heale John Polwheele Digorie Polwheele Nicholas Arundle John Arundle of Sythney Hugh Jones John Penrose Edmond Prideaux Joseph Tredinnam James Bond William Godolphin Edward Elliot Richard Hoblin Richard Pendarvis Hugh Trevanion Junior Nathaniell Trevanion Francis Penrose John Fowell Ezekiell Arundle Richard Rouse Walter Kendall John Kendall Walter Langdon senior Walter Langdon junior John Batersbye Henry Spoure senior Joseph Nicholls Charles Grills Arthur Spry John Vacye William Spry Francis Calmadie Humphrey Noye John Harris Edward Harris Nicholas Courtney Thomas Achim, William Painter Thomas Hawkey Andrew Corye Michaell Hill of Wendron John Carnsewe Samuell Ennis John Kestell Thomas Treffrie Michaell Viveon Anthony Chinoweth Francis Burgis Richard Carter John Sylly Richard Tippet Thomas Carew Christopher Billet Chamon Greenvile Samuell Langford Reynald Hawkey Walter Vincent James Robbins Humphrey Burlace Francis Lutterell and James Erisy Esq[ui]rs, The Maior of Truro for the time being Martin Madrin Gent[um].
For the County of Cumberland Edward Lord Morpeth sonne and heire apparent to Charles Earle of Carlisle Sir Philip Musgrave Sir William Dalston Sir George Fletcher Sir John Lowther senior Sir John Lowther junior Sir Edward Musgrave Baronets Sir Thomas Dacres Sir William Hudlestone Sir Wilfrid Lawson Sir William Carleton Sir Philip Howard Sir Francis Salkeld Sir John Dalston Knights John Lamplough Richard Skelton William Musgrave William Layton Christopher Musgrave John Agleonby Robert Scawen George Denton Thomas Denton Richard Tolson Andrew Hudlestone Robert Highmoure George Towry and The Maior of Carlisle for the time being Daniell Fleming Edward Stanley William Pennington Wrightington Senhouse Esq[ui]rs.
For the County of Derby Henry Viscount Mansfeild sonne and heire apparent to William Marquesse of Newcastle William Lord Cavendish sonne and heire apparent to William Earle of Devonshire Anchitall Grey George Pierpoint Esquiers Sir Thomas Greslye Sir Francis Burdet Sir John Harper Sir John Curson Sir Edward Cooke Sir Henry Every Sir William Boothby Baronets Sir John Harper Sir Samuell Sleigh Knights John Fretchvelle German Poole John Ferrers George Vernon Charles Agard John Munday Richard Cooke John Milward William Fitzherbert Charles Cotton Walter Horton Gilbert Thacker Henry Gilbert Robert Eyre William Revell Godfrey Clarke William Bullocke William Woolly Nicholas Wilmot John Shalcrosse Ravell Ashenhurst Francis Mennell Thomas Milward George Sitwell Henry Wigfall James Abny Esquiers George Tayler John Spateman William Wright Francis Barker Gentleman The Maior of Derby for the time being Roger Allestre John Dalton Simon Degg Hugh Bateman Esquiers John Shore Doctor of Phisicke Thomas Freeman Gent[um] Mr Charles Agard of Foston and John Daundidge Alderman.
For the County of Devon Arthur Earle of Donegall in the Kingdome of Ireland Sir Hugh Pollard Baronet Comptroller of his Majestyes Household Sir George Carteret Vice Chamberlaine of his Majestyes Household Sir William Morrice Principall Secretary of State Sir William Courtney Baronet John Ashburnham Esq[uire] Sir Edward Seymour Sir George Chudlugh Sir Peter Prideaux Sir Thomas Hele Sir Chichester Wrey Sir Courtney Poole Sir Coplestone Bampfeild Sir John Norcote Sir John Chichester Sir Edmond Fowell Sir William Morrice Sir John Drake Sir Thomas Carew Sir John Davy Sir Walter Younge Sir Edmond Fortescue Baronets Sir Edward Wise Sir John Rolle Sir Edward Hungerford Sir Nicholas Slaning Knights of the Bath Sir John Chichester Sir Henry Carew Sir Richard Prideaux Sir Peter Ball Sir James Smith Sir Robert [Cary (fn. 9) ] Sir William Strode Sir Thomas Clifford Sir Thomas Higgons Sir John Skelton Knights Edward Seymour Peter Prideaux John Fowell Pierce Edgecombe Arthur Basset Thomas Fulford Francis Drew Robert Fortescue John Carew of Studly Edmond Tremaine John Harris John Gifford of Brightly George Yeo Thomas Carew of Bowghill John Bury John Pollarde Richard Cabell John Arscot Nicholas Ducke George Howard Jonathan Sparke Henry Ford Robert Duke Mathew Hele John Hale William Bastard William Martin Samuell Trelawny George Reinolds Henry Northleigh Nicholas Dennis Josias Calmady Richard Coffin Edmond Waldrond Thomas Bere William Walrond John Davy of Ruxford John Young of Coalbrooke Samuell Sainthill Henry Stevens Henry Newt John Tanner John Willoughby John Tuckfeild Peter Fortescue Christopher Clobery Shilston Calmady John Kelland Thomas Reynolds Thomas Gibbans Balthasar Beere James Clifford John Fownes William Bogan James Rodde Esquires The High Sheriffe of Devon for the time being and The Maiors of Totnes Barnstable Plimouth Dartmouth and Tiverton for the time being.
Citty of Exon
For the Citty and County of the Citty of Exon Allen Penny Maior The Maior for the time being Sir Peter Ball Recorder Sir James Smith Knight Robert Walker Esq[uire], John Martin Christopher Lethbridge Henry Gaudy John Butler Anthony Salter Aldermen The Sheriffes for the time being Nicholas Isaacke John Acland Thomas Walker Stephen Olifue John Gibbons Merchants John Bidgood Doctor of Phisicke Henry Walker Thomas Shapcot Samuell Isaake Gentlemen and The Receivor of the Citty for the time being.
For the County of Dorset John Lord Digby sonne and heire apparent to George Earle of Bristoll Sir Edward Nicholas one of his Majestyes most honourable Privy Councill Sir William Portman Knight and Baronet Sir John Morton Sir Gerrard Napper Baronets Sir Richard Strode Sir John Strangwayes Sir Walter Earle Sir Ralph Banks Sir Francis Holles Knights Sir John Nicholas Knight of the Bath Sir John Fitz James Sir John Rogers Sir Nathaniell Napper Knights Giles Strangwayes Esq[uire] Sir John Strode Sir John Lowe Sir Winston Churchhill Knights Hugh Windham Sergeant at Law Thomas Freake of Shroton John Strangwayes John Tregonwell of Milton. John Tregonwell of Anderson Thomas Trenchard Thomas Fownes Humphrey Bishop John Rives of Damree John Churchill James Gould Henry Whitaker Bullen Reymes Henry Henly Robert Swayne Sheriffe Robert Coker Edward Hooper George Fulford Robert Lawrence Thomas Baynard Henry Eyers Henry Hastings Esquiers, Collonell Francis Windham Mathew Davis John Rieves William Thomas John Hoskins George Hussey Robert Naper William Ogden Henry Butler George Savage John Saintlow George Gray Robert Seymour Maximilian Mohun George Browne Wolley Miller Anthony Etricke Michaell Harvey George Trenchard Robert Tyderligh William Floyer John Ironside John Gould of Upway John Mitchell Peter Hoskins John Abington John Jeffery George Strangewayes John Harden John Every Arthur Fookes John Hardy William Ellesdon Thomas Hussey Thomas Thornex. Richard Greene George Stile William Chaldecot George Johnson John Bennet and John Runnet Esquiers.
For the Towne and County of Poole Sir John Morton Baronet Sir John Fitz-James Knight Anthony Etricke Esq[uire] Recorder Peter Hall Maior William Skutt Robert Lewen Gentlemen Robert Cleeves Peter Hily Edward Man and Samuell Bramble
For the County Palatine of Durham Sir Thomas Davison High Sheriffe of the County Sir Francis Goodricke Temporall Chauncellour of the County Palatine Doctor Burwell Chauncellour of the Diocesse of Durham Sir Christopher Conyers Sir Nicholas Cole Sir Gilbert Gerrard Knights and Baronets Sir James Clavering Baronet Sir Francis Anderson Sir William Blakiston Knights John Health John Swinburn John Tempest Ralph Carr Es?rs Baron Hilton Henry Lambton Esq[uire] James Darcy John Eden Collonell Anthony Byerly Ralph Davison Ralph Cole Major Bellasis Samuell Davison Cuthbert Carr William Blakiston Thomas Shalforth Charles Gerard Thomas Fetherstonhagh Lodowicke Hall Es?rs, The Maior of the Citty of Durham for the time being Thomas Swinburne Esq[uire] Gabriell Jackson John [Morland John (fn. 10) ] Arden Miles Stapleton Gentleman and Captaine Henry Barnes Thomas Haggerston Esq[uire] and John Gray of Moreton Gent for Norham and Islandshire.
For the County of Essex Sir Edward Turner Knight Speaker of the House of Commons Sir Harbotle Grimstone Baronet Master of the Rolls Robert Lord Willoughby of Earsby sonne and heire apparent to Mountague Earle of Lindsey Lord Great Chamberlaine of England Robert Bertie Edward Russell Banestree Maynard Esquiers Sir John Barrington Knight and Baronet Sir Henry Apleton Sir William Ayloffe Sir William Hicks Sir Andrew Jennour Sir William Wiseman Sir Richard Everard Baronets Sir Capell Luckin Knight and Baronet Sir Martin Lumley Baronet Sir Thomas Abdy [Sir Robert Abdy (fn. 10) ] Sir William Wiseman Knights and Baronets Sir Thomas Smith Sir Thomas Cambell Baronets Sir James Altham Sir John Brampston Knight of the Bath Sir John Tyrrell Sir Erasmus De la fountaine Sir Thomas Bowes Sir Cranmer Herris Sir Henry Clarke Sir Edmond Pierce one of the Masters of the Chauncery Sir Anthony Browne Sir Richard Wiseman Sir William Battin Sir John Shaw Sir Robert Brooke Sir Richard Everard Sir Thomas Litleton Sir Robert Barrington Si Thomas Gardner Sir Moundeforde Brampston Sir William Glascocke two, of the Masters of the Chauncery Sir Thomas Fanshaw Sir Thomas Bide Sir William Hicks Sir Edward Beaucocke Knights John Bendish Charles Fitch Gamaliel Capell Richard Samms Thomas Meade Peter Soame John Tyrrell Thomas Argoll Oliver Reymond John Atwood Henry Woolaston Henry Pert John Eldred senior John Eldred Junior John Paschall John Godbolt Robert Joselyn William Glascocke Tristram Conyers Thomas Luther William Umphrevill Thomas Roberts John James George Pert William Colecroft William Webb Robert Leigh William Apleton John Berners Robert Clarke John Turner Richard Kirkby Carew Harvy Mild may Robert Cheeke Francis Brampstone Edward Bullocke Stephen Smith Robert Mildmay Henry Wight Gilbert Pierce. Hare of Lee James Norfolke Cutbert Martin Thomas Talcot Es?rs Philip Eldred Henry Ayloffe George James Thomas King William Harris John Thorowgood William Palmer Richard Stanse Alexander Prescot Thomas Legate John Sorrell Edward Glascocke William Ashley Gentlemen Thomas Wharton Anthony Maxie and Thomas Garret Esq[ui]rs Anthony Knightbridge of Writle Gent[um] Captaine Richard Stains Sir Richard Browne Knight and Baronet and Jeremy Lacy.
For the Towne of Colchester The Maior for the time being Sir John Shaw Knight Recorder Sir Edmond Pierce Knight Gilbert Pierce Thomas Talcot Esq[ui]rs Thomas Reynalds Andrew Fromanteel Henry Lamb Robert Legg William Moore Aldermen John Robinson George Sandford James Norffolke Esq[ui]rs and Thomas Creffeild Alderman.
For the Towne of Maldon The Bayliffes for the time being Reuben Robinson Samuell Plumbe Francis Gourney James Starling John Hart Aldermen and Bartholimew Brickewood.
For the Towne of Harwich The Maior for the time being Sir Capell Luckin Baronet George Colman Richard Fuller Henry Wright Aldermen Gerard Daniell Smith Thomas King Anthony Woolward Samuell Newton and Miles Hobart Gentlemen.
For the County of Gloucester Henry Lord Herbert of Ragland sonne and heire apparent to Edward Marquesse of Worcester James Earle of Newburgh in the Kingdome of Scotland John Viscount Scudamore of the Kingdome of Ireland John Viscount Tracy of the Kingdome of Ireland Sir Mathew Hale Knight Lord Cheife Baron of his Majestyes Court of Exchequer Sir Henry Capell Knight of the Bath Sir Baynham Throckemorton Knight and Baronet Sir Henry Fredericke Thynne Sir William Ducy Sir Richard Ashfeild Sir Edward Bathurst Sir Robert Jenkinson Sir John Howe Sir Christopher Guise Sir Edward Fulse Sir William Keyte Sir Richard Cox Baronet Sir William Moreton Knight one of his Majestyes Sergeants at Law Sir Robert Pointz Sir Robert Atkins Knights of the Bath Sir William Catchmay Sir Edmond Bray Sir Edward Massey Sir Thomas Stephens Sir Thomas Overbury Sir Gabriell Lowe Sir John Newton Sir Humphrey Howke Sir Thomas Howe Knights John Grubham Howe Esq[uire] Evan Seyes Sergeant at Law Francis Baber Doctor of Law George Mountague William Button William Cooke John Chamberlaine John Stephens William Cope John Codrington Richard Atkins Henry Powle William Selwin Buncombe [Colchester (fn. 11) ] Hen Benedicte Hall Thomas Masters Thomas Escourt John George John Smith Richard Stephens William Morgan Edward Rich Andrew Barker Richard Whitmore William Stafford John Winter Fleetewood Dorner Samuell Codrington Thomas Chester Henry Syms Philip Shepheard Richard Sackevile Giles Fettiplace Thomas Thynne Robert Pleydall Thomas James Williams Stratford Richard Dowdeswell Miles Rutter Thomas Horton Silvanus Wood William Leigh Francis Norwood David Williams John Berrow Thomas Seymour William Try William Bourchier Charles Cox John Guyse Richard Berkley Richard Daston William Jones Robert Oldesworth Richard Baugh John Robbins Thomas Marriot Esquiers Thomas Riche William Hinson William Lawrence William Dowdeswell Henry Browne Robert Heydon Nicholas Veale John Wyniat Thomas Walle William Thorpe John Driver Conway Whitterne William Winter Richard Machen John Coles Thomas Ayleway James Hawkins Christopher Woodward and the Bayliffes of Tewkesbury for the time being Anthony Sambich William Batson Sir John Baker Knight William Stafford junior.
Citty of Gloucester
For the Citty and County of the Citty of Gloucester Henry Lord Herbert of Ragland sonne and heire apparent of Edward Marquesse of Worcester Robert Fielding the present Maior and the Maior for the time being Sir William Moreton Knight one of his Majesties Sergeants at Law Recorder of the said Citty Sir Edward Massey Knight Evan Seyes Sergiant at Law John Grubham Howe Edward Nurse Thomas Williams Esq[ui]rs Henry Cugley James Stephens William Russell John Powell Thomas Yate Thomas Price John Woodward Anthony Arnold Henry Ockold John Wagstaffe and Henry Fowler Aldermen.
For the County of Hereford Henry Lord Herbert of Ragland sonne and heire apparent to Edward Marquesse of Worcester John Lord Viscount Scudamore of the Kingdome of Ireland James Scudamore Wallop Brabazon Esquiers Sir James Bridges Sir John Kerle Sir William Powell Sir Thomas Morgan Baronets Sir Thomas Hanbury Knight, Sir Edward Harley Knight of the Bath Sir John Scudamore Baronet Sir [Herbet (fn. 12) ] Perrot Knight Sir Edward Hopton Sir Thomas Tomkins Sir Job Charleton Knights Fitz-William Conisby Thomas Cornwall Thomas Whitney Herbert Aubrey senior John Price senior Thomas Price Walter Pye Roger Vaughan Herbert Westfaling Herbert Aubrey junior John Scudamore senior Humphrey Cornwall John Scudamore junior John Barnaby de Canon Pyon Reynald Graham Thomas Cox Edward Cornwall John Skippe Bennet Hoskins Richard Hopton Giles Bridges Thomas Geers Thomas Carpenter John Hoskins de Harewood Humphrey Howorth William Gregory Francis Unett John Hanford Humphrey Baskervill John Birch, John Barnaby de Brockehampton John Vaughan John Booth de Hereford Thomas Harley Ambrose Elton Robert Pye Rudhale Gwilline Richard Wigmore John Nourse Nicholas Walwin William Whittington Thomas Rodd John Booth de Braynton Thomas Wigmor William Westfaling Robert Rodd Richard Reede Timothy Coles Williams Bridges Henry Milbourne Herbert Masters William Brome John Dancy John Gwyllim de Wellington Richard Walwyn de Hellens Humphrey Taylor de Withington John Kidley de Bromley Thomas Marret de Kings Capell Thomas Gomond de Kilpecke George Carver de Buthouse Esq[ui]rs The Bayliffe for the Burrough of Leominster for the time being John Tomkins Richard Rodd de Rodd Edward Rodd Thomas Blaney Edward Freeman Thomas French and Thomas Duppa de Earsley Esquiers.
Citty of Hereford
For the Citty of Hereford Robert Symonds Esq[uire] the present Maior and the Maior for the time being John Lord Viscount Scudamore in the Kingdome of Ireland Roger Vaughan Herbert Westfaling Thomas Price Esq[ui]rs William Gregorie Richard Philpotts William Phillips James Lawrence Thomas Homes Thomas Painard Thomas Bond William Edwin Aldermen Edward Alderne Doctor of Lawes Edward Rodd Nicholas Philpotts John Smith Mercer Hugh Rodd Thomas Symonds Roger Boulcot and John Barnes Gentlemen.
For the County of Hertford Sir Edward Turner Speaker of the House of Commons Thomas Lord Viscount Fanshaw of the Kingdome of Ireland Sir Thomas Fanshaw Knight of the Honourable Order of the Bath William Cecill Algernoun Cecill William Willoughby Esq[ui]rs Sir Harbotle Grimston: Baronet Master of the Rolls Sir Edward Atkins one of the Barons of his Majestyes Court of Exchequer Sir Thomas Leventhorpe Sir Brocket Spencer Sir Jonathan Keate Sir Erasmus Harby Sir Thomas Allen Baronets Sir Richard Atkins Sir Richard Francklin Sir Richard Lucy Knights and Baronets Sir Philip Boteler Knight of the Bath Sir Thomas Dacres Sir John Harrison Sir Francis Boteler Sir Henry Cesar Sir William Godbold Sir Rowland Litton Sir John Gore Sir Harry Conisby Sir John Watts Sir Henry Blunt Sir Humphrey Gore Sir John Hale Sir William Glascocke Sir Robert Joselyne Sir Richard Combe Sir Walter Walker Knights Thomas Dockwra James Willimot Richard Goulstone Thomas Dacres Edward Wingate John Coping Arthur Bolter Thomas Stanley John Heydon Robert Ashton William Glascocke William Hale Arthur Sparkes John Fotherly Crafts of Northall John Halsey William Harbord John Jesson Edward Atkins William Cotton Albon Cox John Briscoe Ralph Freeman senior Robert Hobotham Richard Jenings Edmond Smith Robert Sadler Henry Chauncy Ralph Freeman junior Humphrey Shalcrosse Henry Guy William Nuce Thomas Offley Henry Dunstar Alexander Meade Richard Gammon Esquiers Edward Cason George Needham Ralph Gore Henry Beecher Marmaduke Roydon Edward Briscoe George Bromeley John Ellis Edmond Field William Greenhill Edward Crosby Alexander Weild Gentlemen Captaine William Minoes Thomas Arris Robert Deane Doctors of Phisicke and the Maior of Hertford for the time being.
For the Burrough of St Albans Algernon Cecil Esq[uire] Sir Harbotle Grimstone Master of the Rolles Sir Richard Franklin Sir Harry Conisby Sir Richard Combe Sir John Whittwrong Knights The Maior for the time being John Simpson Esq[uire] Recorder Robert Robotham Edmond Smith Thomas Dockwra Robert Sadler Richard Jenings William Cotton John Jesson Alban Cox Esq[ui]rs Thomas Arris Doctor of Phisicke Thomas Cowley senior Thomas Cowley junior William Marston Thomas Oxton Edward Eames John Gape John New and Robert New Aldermen.
For the County of Huntington Charles Lord le de Spencer sonne and heire apparent to Mildmay Earle of Westmerland Robert Viscount Mandevill sonne and heire apparent to Edward Earle of Manchester Lord Chamberlaine of his Majestyes Household Sir Francis Compton Knight George Mountague Esq[uire] Sir John Cotton Sir John Hewet Sir Thomas Proby Sir Robert Bernard Baronets Stephen Anderson John Stone John Bernard Henry Williams Robert Appreece Lyonell Waldon Nicholas Johnson Sutton Ashfeild Nicholas. Peadly Lawrence Torkenton John Heron Robert Paine Anthony South Richard Elmes Thomas Rouse Richard Nailer Jasper Trice Gerard Cater John Ferrer Richard Wynne Esq[ui]rs Thomas Colestone Thomas Shepherd William Sparrow Gentlemen, and Thomas Walwin Maior of Huntington.
Towne of Huntington
For the Towne of Huntington The Maior for the time being Robert Viscount Mandevill sonne and heire apparent to Edward Earle of Manchester Lord Chamberlaine of his Majestyes Household Sir John Cotton Baronet Sir Robert Bernard Henry Williams Lyonell Waldon Nicholas Pedley Esq[ui]rs Richard Astre Lawrence Torkinton John Barnard Richard Weaver Thomas Judson and James Faireside Aldermen.
For the County of Kent Charles Lord Buckhurst sonne and heire apparent to Richard Earle of Dorset Philip Viscount Strangford in the Kingdome of Ireland James Herbert John Tufton Richard Tufton Esq[ui]rs Sir Thomas Twisden one of the Justices of the Kings Bench Sir Heneage Finch his Majestyes Sollicitor Generall Sir Thomas Peyton Sir Roger Twisden Sir Edward Hales Sir Edward Monins Sir Henry Palmer Sir John Rivers Sir John Sydley Sir William Meredith. Sir Edward Deering Sir Thomas Stile Sir Oliver Boteler Sir Norton Knatchbull Sir Peter Heyman Sir John Tufton Sir John Reyney Sir Richard Hardres Sir Henry Wood Sir Robert Hales Sir Brazill Dixwell Sir William Ducy Sir Marmaduke Gresham Sir William Wilde Sir Stephen Leonard Sir Humphrey Miller Sir Edward Honywood Sir John Marsham Sir John Bankes Sir Robert Barnham Baronets Sir Nathaniell Powell Sir Robert Austin Sir John Seyliard Sir John Wroth Sir Jonathan Keale Baronets Sir George Sonds Knight of the Bath Sir John Mennes Comptroller of his Majestyes Navy Sir Robert Honywood Sir Anthony Aucher Sir Isaac Sydley Sir William Man Sir Thomas Godfrey Sir Richard Sandys Sir Thomas Engham Sir Arnold Braems Sir Henry Oxenden Sir Edward Master Sir George Juxon Sir William Brodnax Sir John Darrell Sir Thomas Scot Sir Francis Clarke Sir Edward Filmore Sir Thomas Culpeper Sir Theophilus Biddolph Sir Richard Betenson Sir William Leech Sir Edmond Pierce Sir William Boreman Sir Bernard Hyde Sir William Swan Sir Anthony Bateman Sir Walter Vane Sir John Heath Attourney of the Dutchy Sir Thomas Lee Sir William Hugeson Sir William de Laune Knights Sir William Cage Knight Thomas Broome Sergeant at Law Silus Titus Groome of his Majestyes Bedchamber Thomas Hardresse Recorder of the Citty of Canterbury Captaine John Stroude Leiutenant of Dover Castle John Boyes of Fredvill Richard Master Thomas Culpeper of Hackington Thomas Peke Thomas Crispe of Queux Walter Braems Thomas Brodnax Edward Master Thomas Turner William Rooke John Boyes of Hoade John Best John Cason Henry Oxenden of Brooke Richard Aldworth Esquires Doctor John Sabin Herbert Randolph Gentleman Nicholas Toke Henry Thornehill John Knatchbull James Brockeman Maurice Diggs Henry Deereing Edward Hales Richard Hulse John Nayler Esq[ui]rs Robert Lewkenor Peter Heymon John Moyle Zouch Brockman John Nowrs Gentlemen Thomas Flud William Cage Francis Barnham Maximilion Dallison Fardinando Marsham Demetrius James George Curteis Thomas Knatchbull Richard Wilkinson John Munn Ralph Bufkin Walter Francklin Richard Marsh Thomas English Robert Oliver John Smith Thomas [Harlaken (fn. 13) ] Henry Haughton Alabaster Fludd Francis Twisden Captaine John Clerke Thomas Lake Recorder of Maidstone Richard Duke William Maddox Esq[ui]rs The Maior of Rochester for the time being Richard Allen Recorder of Rochester George Newman Richard. Manley George May Richard Head Charles Bickerstaffe Robert Fowler Francis Barrell Esq[ui]rs Stephen Alcocke Senior; Thomas Manley Gentleman Lawrence Rooke Thomas Brewer Robert [Masters (fn. 14) ] Samuell Boyes William Boyes Thomas Culpeper of Bedgebury Edward Finch John Horsemanden Anthony Fowle Robert Fowle John Hugeson John Bunce Thomas Lambert David Polhill Philip Packer George Polhill Henry Gilburne William Hooker John Scott Marke[Kottle (fn. 15) ] John Hyde Norton Curteis Robert Heath Francis Heath John Austin John Evelin William Swann John Seyliard Nicholas Tooke senior James Fortrey Nicholas Tooke junior William Boothby Christopher Allanson Bevin Thomas Manning Petley John Bridger Farnaby Edward Badby John Sedley Esq[ui]rs James Thurbarne Gentleman and George Bowerman Esq[uire] Sir John Henden Knight William Campion William Hammon John Andrewes Edward [Culstone (fn. 16) ] Reynald Peckham Esq[ui]rs The Maior of Sandwich for the time being Tobias Cleere Phineas Elwood John Verier Valentine Jekin Jeoffrey Wells Jeoffrey Sacked The Maior of Dover for the time being Richard Jacob Nicholas Eaton. William Eaton John Watson John Loome Richard Barley Walter Braems Esq[ui]rs The Maior of Rumney for the time being Robert Wivill Jeremy Stanford Stephen Brett Thomas Chalcrosse The Maior of [Heath (fn. 17) ] for the time being John Finch James Pashley The Maior of Feversham for the time being John Trouts Esq[uire] John Upton Robert Watson Thomas Southhouse The Maior of Tenderden, for the time being Edward Finch Esq[uire] Captaine Plomer Thomas Short The Bayliffe of Lydd for the time being John Bateman Thomas Beddingfeild Michael Chidwicke The Maior of Folkestone for the time being The Maior of Fordwitch, for the time being Thomas Bigg William Norton senior Thomas Norton junior Esq[ui]rs and John Luckin.
For the Citty of Canterbury The Maior for the time being Sir William Man Sir Edward Master Knights Thomas Hardresse Esq[uire] Recorder of the said Citty John Best Edward Master Squire Beverton Esq[ui]rs William Stanley Henry Twiman Avery Hills and Leonard Browne Aldermen.
For the County of Lancaster Charles Earle of Ancram in the Kingdome of Scotland William Stanley William Spencer Esq[ui]rs Sir Richard Houghton Sir George Midleton Sir Robert [Binlosse (fn. 18) ] Sir Edward Stanley Sir Edward Mosely Sir Ralph Ashton of Whaley Sir Ralph Ashton of Midleton Baronets Sir Gilbert Ireland Sir Roger Bradsheigh Sir Henry Slater, Sir Jeoffrey Shakerley Sir John Heath Knights John Mollineux Richard Kirby Roger [Fowell (fn. 19) ] Edward Fleetewood Henry Banistre William Farrington Robert Holt Lawrence Rawstorne Hugh Dickenson William Redleigh Nicholas Townley John Parker Nathaniell West Thomas Preston John Girlington Daniell Fleming Robert Rawlinson Jeofrey Rishton Alexander Osbaldiston Alexander Rigby of Midleton John Lightboune Edward Rigby Francis Lindley Thomas Bradell Christopher Parker Thomas Norres Richard Legh Richard Penington Richard Fleetewood of Rossell Thomas Butler Nicholas Mossley John Halsted of Bankehouse Major John Byrom Robert Heywood James Duckenfield Mathew Richardson Peers Legh John Entwisley John Risley Cuthbert Ogle Henry Houghton John Birch of Ordsdall Bartholimew Hesketh Captaine Byrom Thomas Ashton George Hilton Henry Porter Thomas Carus William Fife Thomas [Greenehagh (fn. 20) ] Thomas Holt junior Roger Keynon William Daniell Peter Adlington Ambrose Pudsay Thomas Ashhurst William Kirkby William Banckes junior Richard Leigh Esquiers John Ainsworth Thomas Leigh Nicholas Fezakerly Captaine Brabin Captaine Longworth Nicholas Penington William Wall Seth Blackhurst James Hodgkinson Joseph Rigby Luck Hodgkinson Ralph Mercer Alexander Woodward Alexander Rigby of Layton John Tatlocke Gentleman Edward Dobson Esq[uire] The Maior of Wiggan for the time being The Maior of Lancaster for the time being, The Maior of Leverpoole for the time being The Maior of Preston for the time being John Chaundler Gent[um].
For the County of Leicester Thomas Lord Beaumont of the Kingdome of Ireland John Lord Roos sonne and heire apparent to John Earle of Rutland Bennet Lord Sherard of the Kingdome of Ireland John Grey Esq[uire] Sir George Villers Sir Erasmus De la Fountaine Sir Thomas Halford Sir Thomas Cave Sir Jeofrey Palmer Sir Woostan Dixie Sir Henry Hudson Sir George Prettyman Baronets Sir William Hartop Sir John Health Knights John Crew Philip Shererd Henry Neville George Faunt Thomas Menye Mathew Babington William Noell William Boothby Samuell Jarvis John Fountaine Walter Rudings Thomas Armstone Roger Roe William Whalley Richard Brudenell William Roberts Captaine Burton William Hartop Richard Orton John Needham of Osbaston John Morton Thomas Bradgate Richard Bradgate William Streete William Halford John Turville William Belgrave John Needham William Skevington John Hacket Thomas Staveley George Ashby Richard Verney John Cave Stanhope Whalley William Leeke John Danvers Thomas Bennet William Bent Roger Smith William Trimnall Henry Farnham Francis Chamberlaine Robert Barnard John Barwell Henry Bigland Neale Hewet William Cole Esq[ui]rs.
For the Burrough of Leicester William Callis Maior of Leicester Sir John Prittyman Baronet Sir William Hartopp Knight Walter Rudeings Esq[uire] Richard Palmer Richard Lincolne Alexander Cortes Thomas Freeman Thomas Overing Thomas Browne Daniell Abney John Francks Francis Noble Gent[um] and Thomas Staveley Esq[uire].
For the County of Lincolne and Citty and County of the Citty of Lincolne George Lord Viscount Castleton of the Kingdome of Ireland Robert Lord Willoughby of Earsby sonne and heire apparent to Mountague Earle of Lindsey Lord Great Chamberlaine of England William Mountague William Pierpoint Esq[ui]rs Sir Philip Tyrwhitt Sir Edward Barkham Sir Humphrey Winch Sir Henry Massingbord Baronets Sir Francis Goodricke Sir John Moreton Sir Charles Dallison Knights Philip Tyrwhitt Henry Fines William Metham William Marwood George Sanderson John Ogle Edward Merberie Esq[ui]rs William Willoughby Esq[uire] Sir John Mounson senior Sir John Bolles Sir Williams Hickman Sir Robert Dallison Sir Edward Lake Sir John Anderson Baronets Sir John Mounson junior Knight of the Bath Sir Thomas Meeres Knight Charles Pelhani senior Edward Tourney, senior Cecill Turwhitt William Godfrey William Brownlow George Healey William Anderson John Farmery of Northrop Edward Tourney junior John Stow Es?rs Sir Henry Bellasis Knight of the Bath Sir Thomas Bernardiston Sir William Wray Sir George Winne Baronets Sir Edward Rositer Sir Edward Aiscough Knights Charles Pelham junior Jarvis Holles Master of Requests William Wentworth William Broxholme Marmaduke Dorrell junior William Bard Alexander Emerson John Nelthorp John Boswell Charles Newcomen Esq[ui]rs Sir Thomas Ellis Baronet Sir Adrian Scroope Knight of the Bath Sir Martin Lister Sir Robert Christopher Knights John South John Bolles William Fitz-Williams John Hanby Isaac Knight Charles Radley William Woley William Ballet senior Robert Long Thomas Ely Dimocke Walpoole George Osney Henry Midlemore Esq[ui]rs Sir Francis Fane Knight of the Bath George Sherard Es?r Sir Thomas Hussey Sir William Thorold Sir John Newton Sir Richard Rothwell Baronets Sir John Walpoole Knight Charles Dymocke Lewis Palmer Anthony Thorold Mollineux Disney Christopher Nevill Richard Brownlow Thomas Ellis William Lister John Hobson Richard Riley Thomas Pechell Stephen Rothwell John Wilson Henry Stone Anthony Williams William Thornton William Rivett Esquiers Robert Laming John Colthurst John Trafford Gentlemen Sir Michaell Armin Sir John Brownlow Sir Robert Markham Sir William Brownlow Sir William Trollop Sir John Bucke Baronets Sir Thomas Orpe Sir Christopher Clapham Knights Thomas Hatcher William Stafford Erasmus de Ligne John Hatcher Thomas Harrington William Blyth John Saunders William Saville Edward Skipwith Francis Wingfeild Thomas Trollop Adam Cleypoole Philip Dalloe Thomas Skipwith William Hyde William Trollop William Welby Lister Tiegh Esq[ui]rs Robert Garland Gentleman Thomas Grantham Peregrine Berley Sir Anthony Oldfeild Baronet Sir Henry Heron Knight of the Bath Sir Anthony Irby Sir Robert Carr Knights Sir William Humble Baronet Sir John Browne Knight Thomas Thory Thomas Hall John Jay Charles Skipwith John Lockton Esq[ui]rs Thomas Browne Gentleman Mathew Woolmer Anthony Oldfeild Esq[ui]rs John Empson Esquire Joseph Whiteing Charles Rushworth Samuell Jackson Anthony Hall Doctor Sturton Richard Balder Robert Bisle William Dickenson Gentlemen Adlard Welby David. Bonnel Esq[ui]rs John [Jelson (fn. 21) ] Daniell Rhodes George Caverne Henry Morley Israel Jackson Gentlemen Thomas Marham Doctor Richer Robert Melish Esq[ui]rs Richard Milner Gent[um] The Maior of the Citty of Lincolne for the time being and the fewer senior Aldermen viz William Bishop Edward Blowe Richard Wetherell Robert Wrose The Maior and the three senior Aldermen of Boston viz John Ellis George Slee Samuell Beeston The Maiors of Stamford and Great Grimsby and the Alderman of Grantham for the time being Doctor Thomas Saunderson William Perkins and Richard Leeming Daniell Thorowgood Richard Butcher George Hill Gentlemen John Humphreyes Esq[uire] Charles Bawds, Stephen Mason Esquiers Samuell Burton John Wimberley Gentlemen.
For the Citty of London Sir John Lawrence Knight, Lord Maior and the Lord Maior for the time being Sir Thomas Adams Sir Richard Browne Sir Thomas Alleyn Sir John Robinson Sir William Wilde Recorder Knights and Baronets Sir Richard Chiverton Sir John Fredericke Sir Anthony Bateman Sir Thomas Soame Sir Thomas Bludworth Sir William Bolton Sir William Peeke Sir William Turner Sir Richard Ford Sir Richard Reeves Sir William Thompson Sir Theophilus Biddolph Sir John Shaw Sir William Wale Knights Francis Meynell Samuell Sterling Robert Hanson William Hooker. Thomas Boufoy Roger Hatton Nicholas Boufoy John Bence Richard Shelbury Aldermen and the Aldermen and Recorder of the said Citty for the time being George Waterman Charles Doe Sheriffes and the Sheriffes for the time being John Jones John Jolliffe Thomas Turgis Henry Dunstar Walter Lap Esq[ui]rs James Abernoite
[For the County of Middlesex (fn. 22) ] Sir Edward Turner Knight Speaker of the Honourable House of Commons Sir Thomas Ingram Chauncellour of the Dutchy of Lancaster Hugh Lord Colraigne in the Kingdome of Ireland Sir Orlando Bridgeman Cheife Justice of the Common Pleas Henry Lord Cornebury sonne and heire apparent to Edward Earle of Clarendon Lord Chauncellour of England Edward Russell George Mountague Christopher Hatton Thomas Coventry William Mounrague Robert Spencer Henry Seymour Esq[ui]rs Sir Henry Bennet Principall Secretary of State John Ashburnham Esq[uire] one of his Majestyes Bedchamber Edward Progers Esq[uire] one of his Majestyes Bedchamber Thomas Elliot Esq[uire] one of his Majestyes Bed-chamber Sir Harbotle Grimstone Baronet Master of the Rolls Sir Heneage Finch Knight and Baronet his Majestyes Sollicitor Generall Sir Gilbert Gerard Sir Thomas Fisher Sir Henry Wood Sir John Robinson Sir Jeremy Whichcot Sir William Waller Sir Richard Franklin Sir Joseph Ash Sir Reignald Foster Sir William Roberts Sir Hugh Smithson Baronets Sir John Brampston Sir Robert Atkins Sir John Bennet Knights of the Bath Sir Henry Herbert Sir Thomas. Allen Sir Nicholas Crispe Sir Thomas Roe Sir William Bateman Sir Lancelot Lake Sir Henry Wroth Sir Francis Gerard Sir John Glyn Sir John Mainard Sir John Heath Attourney of the Dutchy Sir Winston Churchill Sir John Cropley Sir Charles Harbord Sir Robert Hyde Lord Cheife Justice of the Kings Bench Sir Edmond Boyer Sir Thomas Clergyes Sir James Smith Sir Ellis Leighton Sir Thomas Player junior Sir Thomas Byde Sir William Ryder Sir Clifford Clifton, Sir Gilbert Gerard of Harrow Sir Gilbert Gerard of St James Sir John Nicholas Sir Philip Warwicke Sir Christopher Eyres Sir John Birkenhead one of his Majestyes Masters of Requests Sir Cirill Wich Sir Robert Carr Sir Edmond Barker Sir John Colliton Sir Edmond Pierce Sir Justinian Lewin Sir Thomas Escourt Sir Edward Wingfield Sir Henry Vernon Sir Paul Painter Knights William Ashburnham Cofferer of his Majestyes Household Sergiant [Wynham (fn. 23) ] Sergiant Waller Charles Cornwallis Humphrey Welde Francis Crawley Edmond Waller George Pitt Sydney Beere John Carey Henry Barker John Browne Edwin Rich Francis Bloomer Joseph Ayloffe Thomas Swallow Richard Peacocke Charles Cheyne John Trevor Francis Phillips Robert Jacob William Hill John Heydon George Day George Marsh William Page Andrew Ellis John Page William Meggs Thomas Collet Ralph Hawtree Thomas Povey Giles Hungerford Thomas Lake Richard Dunton James Hawley Erasmus Moise Charles Pitfeild Thomas Kendall Thomas Harrison Thomas Wharton John Jones Henry Osborne John Smith William Gouldsborough Richard Abell John Wilford David Walter Richard Cheney Richard Proctor James Norffolke John James John Fotherley William Northey John Phillips Auditor Edmond Warcup Roger Jenings. Robert Childe William Marshall Thomas Ardin Jasper Churchill Daniell Proctor John Baldwin William Bolles Walter Boothy Nicholas Ranton John Gouldsmith Henry Murrey John Hutchinson Edward Rich Robert Peyton Pawlet St John William Dormer Edmond Draper Doctor William Quarterman Esq[ui]rs Sir Thomas Bird one of the Masters of Chauncery Sir Fredericke Hyde Sergeant at Law Robert Hanson Lestrange Colthrop Esq[ui]rs Sir Charles [Cotterer (fn. 24) ] Sir John Birkenhead Richard Atkins James Hambleton one of his Majestyes Bedchamber Edward Trussell Maximilian Bard William Harpham Esq[ui]rs Mr Bathurst of Edmonton John Layney John Pawlet Mr Wood of Litleton Mr Roberts of Hayes John Walker Mr Thomas Dickinson of Hillingdon Robert Hampton Robert Shoreditch Gentlemen Captaine Harrington of Staynes Major John Bill Michaell Holman Henry, Row Esq[ui]rs Mr Leigh of Greenford Mr Claxton of Sudbury Mr Briginshall of Hayes Mr Chute of Wilsdon Thomas Nevet Mr Farrington of Southmims William Bockenham John Thorpe John Norwood John Lloyd Gentlemen Sir Richard Napier Robert Napier Thomas Henshaw Griffith Bodurda Es?rs Sir Thomas Thorowgood Knight Fredericke Cornewallis Francis Cornewallis and Henry Murrey Esq[ui]rs.
For the Citty of Westminster Thomas Lord Richardson Baron Cramond in the Kingdome of Scotland Sir William Morrice Knight Principall Secretary of State Sir Henry Bennet Principall Secretary of State Sir Edward Nicholas Knight one of his Majestyes Most Honourable Privy Councill George Mountague Esq[uire] Sir Heneage Finch Knight and Baronet His Majestyes Solliciter Generall Sir William Playters Baronet Sir Robert Longe Sir Lancelot Lake Sir Robert Pye Sir Charles Harbord Sir Cerill Wich Knights Sir Edmond Pye Knight and Baronet Sir John Cotton Baronet Sir Henry [Harbord (fn. 25) ] Sir John Nicholas Knight of the Bath Sir Philip Warwicke Sir Richard Everard Sir Edward Filmer Sir Allen Apsley Sir Henry Wood Sir Thomas Meeres Sir John Talbot Sir Charles Cotterell Sir Thomas Higgons Knights Sir Thomas Litleton Baronet Sir William Poultney Knight Sir John Bennet Knight of the Bath Sir William Wheeler Baronet Sir Thomas Clergies Knight Sir John Birkenhead one of his Majestyes Masters of Requests Sir William Clerke Sir Anthony Irby Sir Robert Howard Knights Sir Edward Greavers Baronet Sir John Baber Knight Sir John Collaton Knight and Baronet Sir Edward Broughton Baronet John Ashburnham Bernard Greenvile Stephen Fox Cecill Tufton John Trevor Sir Richard Oateley Reignald Graham Doctor William Quarterman Esq[ui]rs Sir Theodore [le (fn. 26) ] Vaux Sir Hugh Carteret Knights Collonell Whitley George Pitts Richard Newman Mr Dolbin Steward of Westminster Robert Scawen John Browne Thomas Povey Richard Atkins Richard Mason Thomas Coppin William Glascocke Bullen Reymes Edmond Bury Godfrey Francis Lucy Thomas Morrice Robert Filmer Mathew Locke Thomas Russell Edmond Warcup John Sibley Thomas Russell Thomas Bayles William Harbord Richard Aldworth Simon Smith George Farewell James Norffolke Humphrey Wyrley Francis Dorrington Charles Potts Butler Kinhead William Hamond Henry Pecke Francis Cornwallis Anthony Cogan Edward Fauconbridge William Gape Emery Hill Roger Higgs Peter Salmon Doctor of Phisicke George Merryfield Job Williams Gentlemen Fredericke Cornwallis Charles Cornwallis Esq[ui]rs Sir Thomas Bird Knight and John Clarke Doctor of Phisicke in the Strand Andrew Ellis Esquire
For the County of Monmouth Henry Lord Herbert of Ragland sonne and heire apparent to Edward Marquesse of Worcester William Lord Herbert of Cardiffe sonne and heire apparent to Phillip Earle of Pembrooke and Mountgomery Sir Baynham Throckmorton Knight and Baronet Sir Edward Morgan Sir Trevor Williams Sir Thomas Morgan Baronets Sir George Probert Knights William Morgan of Tredgar William Jones of Treowen Thomas Lewis of St Pecre George Probert Edward Proger Edmond Morgan Charles Van Thomas Hughes Charles Hughes James Herbert Charles Proger Herbert Henry Morgan William Morgan of Penkrike William Morgan of Grayes Inne Thomas Morgan of Penrose Thomas Morgan of Lawrumney Herbert Evans William Herbert Charles Price Walter Rumsey William Jones of Abergeny Henry Baker Philip Cicill Roger Williams Thomas Williams John Walter of [Parfield (fn. 27) ] Roger Oates Walter Pritchard John Parry Nicholas Kemois James Pritchard Thomas Fritchard John Grenuffe Edmond Jones John Arnold Esq[ui]rs Edward Williams John Lewis Henry Chambre Thomas Harbert Walter Jones Walter Morgan Edward Kemeis of Partholy Capell Hanbury Christopher Perkins Roger Aldy Charles Griffith William Williams of Lanfoist John Rumsey William Jones of Lansanfreed Gentlemen The Maior of the Towne of Monmouth for the time being Andrew Probert John Gubb Gent[um].
For the County of Northampton Robert Viscount Mandeville sonne and heire apparent to Edward Earle of Manchester Lord Chamberlaine of his Majestyes Household Obrian Viscount Cullen of the Kingdome of Ireland Charles Lord le de Spencer sonne and heire apparent to Mildmay Earle of Westmerland William Lord Fitz-Williams of the Kingdome of Ireland Sir Francis Compton Knight George Mountague Christopher Hatton Sir Thomas Crew Robert Spencer Esq[uire] Sir Richard Rainsford one of the Barons of his Majestyes Exchequer Sir Jeofrey Palmer his Majestyes Attourney Generall William Mountague Esq[uire] the Queenes Attourney Generall Sir Justinian Isham Sir Thomas Cave Sir Henry Yelverton Sir Samuell Danvers Sir Edward Nichols Sir Roger Norwich Sir John Robinson Sir William Dudley Sir George Buswell Baronets Sir John Holman Baronet Sir Edward Griffin Sir William Fleetewood Sir Samuell Jones Sir John Bernard Sir James Langham Sir Edward Alstone Knights John Beaumont Ferdinando Marsham Lewis Palmer William Haslewood Henry Robinson of Cransley Miles Fleetewood George Clarke William Stafford Francis Lane Goddard Pemberton John Browne Thomas Chubnall George Wake Doctor of Lawes Lawrence Manley William Chester William Sanders Thomas Trist Thomas Elmes Toby Chauncey Thomas Catesby Richard Rainsford Samuell Trist William Washburne Humphrey Orme Maurice Tresham William Langham William Downhall Philip Holman John Cartwright George Tresham William Tate Richard Kinsman Edward Onely John Syers Edward Harby junior William Adams John Colly Richard Saltinstall Maximilian Emersly Foxley Edward Palmer Robert Clarke William Buckby Henry Edmonds William Pargiter junior Tanfield Mulso Christopher Pickering Bryan Janson Walter Kirkham Richard Benson Anthony Shugburgh Michaell Woodhall John Thornton Richard Nailer John Willoughby John Bagshaw William Warner of Lubnam William Lisle Christopher Thursby Bernard Walcot Andrew Lant Francis Morgan Alexander Eakins Thomas Roane Thomas Jennison William Ward John Lynn John Delavall William Leavins Francis Kirkham Edmond Neale Nicholas Stewart John Gardiner John Wiseman Esq[ui]rs. The Maior of Northampton for the time being Thomas Thornton John Brafield Francis Pickmere Joseph Sergeant John Friend Hatton Farmer Joseph Hensman John Hughes The Maior of Higham for the time being The Bayliffe of Daventree for the time being The Maior of Brackley for the time being Henry Lucas Samuell Clerke Thomas Dove John Bourne Robert Pergiter of Greetworth Esq[ui]rs and Richard Butler of Preston Gent[um].
For the County of Nottingham and Towne and County of the same Henry Lord Viscount Mansfeild sonne and heire apparent to William Marquesse of Newcastle Patricius Viscount Chaworth of the Kingdome of Ireland Gilbert Lord Hughton sonne and heire apparent to John Earle of Clare William Willoughby [Ancitill (fn. 28) ] Grey William Pierpoint Arthur Stanhop William Byron Esq[ui]rs Sir Jarvis Clifton Knight and Baronet Sir George Savile Baronet Sir Francis Mollineux Knight and Baronet Sir William Hickman Sir Thomas Williamson Sir William Willoughby Baronets Sir Francis Leake Knight and Baronet Sir John Digby Sir Ralph Knight Sir Clifford Clifton Knights Robert Pierpoint Anthony Eyre John Grubham-How William Palmes Isham Perkins William Stanhope William Cartwright Charles Hutchinson William Sacheverill Cicill Cooper John Cooper William Skeffington Penniston Whalley William Herbert Anthony Gilby Francis Sands Francis Stringer William Clearkson Robert Mcllish George Nevill Arthur Wareing John Rainer Thomas Charlton Clifton Rodes Thomas Marshall Rason Mellish Thomas Wowen John Moseley William Byron Esq[ui]rs Robert Thoroton Doctor of Phisicke George Cam William Newton James Lane Gentlemen The High Sheriffe of the County of Nottingham for the time being, The Maior of Nottingham for the time being The Bayliffes of East Ratford for the time being and The Maior of Newarke for the time being.
For the County of Norfolke Sir Edward Turner Knight Speaker of the House of Commons Thomas Lord Richardson Baron Cramond of the Kingdome of Scotland Hatton Rich Esq[uire] Sir Edmond Bacon Sir John Hobart Sir Philip Woodhouse Sir Richard Berney Sir Henry Jernegan Sir Edward Barkham Sir Nicholas le Strange Sir John Hollond Sir Robert Paston Sir John Palgrave Sir Ralph Hare Sir John Potts Sir Robert Kempe Sir Jacob Astley Sir Edward Ward Sir Thomas Deerham Sir William Gaudy Sir William Cooke Sir William Doyley Baronets Sir Miles Hobart Sir John Knivet Sir Edward Walpoole Sir Christopher Calthorpe Knights of the Bath Sir Charles Harbord Sir. John Harrison Sir Thomas Guybon Sir Allan Apsley Sir William Hovell Sir Thomas Rant Sir Joseph Pain Sir Thomas Meadow Sir William Hewit Sir Justinian Lewin Sir William Doyley Sir Robert Yallop Sir Nevill Catelin Knights Thomas Townshend George Townshend John Bladwell Robert London Le Strange Caltharpe Thomas Day Robert Kedington Robert Tyrrell of Wilton. Thomas Thursby Francis Thursby Samuell Harsenet Leonard Gooch John Warner John Fisher Hatton Bernard John Bendish Gascoyne Weld of Braconash Thomas Garret Esq[uire] Erasmus Earle Sergiant at Law John Cooke Robert Tracy James de Grey John Hobart Thomas le Grosse Edward Barkham Thomas Holland Augustine Palgrave John Potts William Coke Francis Bickley William Adams Anthony Gaudy Phillip Herbert Roger Spilman Philip Harbor Maurice Shelton Peter Gleane Thomas Gaudy of Claxton Thomas Berney of Swarson William Crane Anthony Freeston Robert Suckling John Windham William Barker Robert Gawsell Henry Repps Oliver Neeve Phillip Beddingfield ( (fn. 29) ) [Humphrey Beddingfeild (fn. 30) ] Francis Bacon Thomas Bacon Robert Long Robert Baldoch Robert Stewart John Earle Francis Cory Christopher Jay Suckling Jay Leonard Mapes Henry Clifton Clement Herne Nathaniell Showldham Richard Nixon Edmond Doyley John Thughton John Cocke Thomas Browne of Elsing Thomas Cory John Kendall Lawrence Oxburgh John Shadwell Robert Coney Robert Haughton Richard Godfrey John Anguish Anthony Fisher Edward Barber Thomas Drury Nicholas Rookewood Anthony Drury Robert Drury Thomas Talbot Nicholas Stileman Jacob Preston Bassingbourne Gaudy Charles Gaudy William Davy of Ellingham Nathaniell Knevet Edmond Britiffe Simon Britiffe Thomas Wright of Kilverston Munford Spelman Edmond de Grey Thomas Wright of Ovington William Brampton and Robert Buxton Gent[um].
For the Burrough of Kings Lynn The Maior for the time being Robert Steward Recorder Walter Kerby John Basset Thomas Greene John Bird Benjamin Holly Henry Bell William Wharton Thomas Robinson.
For the Burrough of Thetford The Maior for the time being Sir John Holland and Sir William Gaudy Baronets Sir Allan Apsley Knight Maurice Shelton Esq[uire] John Kendall Robert Tyrrell Edmond Hunt Burrage Martin and Osmond Clerke Gentlemen
For the Burrough of Great Yarmouth The Bayliffes for the time being Sir Thomas Meadow Thomas Pufflet John Cubitt Richard Jermin John Hall Abraham Castell Thomas Gooch Nathaniell Ashby John Row George England John Woodroffe Edmond Thaxter Arthur Bacon Aldermen.
For the Citty of Norwich
The Maior for the time being. Sir Joseph Paine Knight Francis Cory Esq[uire] Recorder Henry Watts John Rayley Bernard Church John Man John Salter Christopher Jay Richard Wenman John Osborne John Croshold William Haward Esq[ui]rs The two Sheriffes for the time being Augustine Briggs Thomas Wisse Robert Bendish Richard Couldham John Larrance Henry Hirne Francis Norris Mathew Markham John Manser Henry Woods Henry Watts junior Thomas Thacker Thomas Chickringe.
For the County of Northumberland Henry Lord Viscount Mansfeild sonne and heire apparent to William Marquisse of Newcastle Thomas Gray Ralph Gray Edward Widrington Esq[ui]rs Sir William Fenwicke Sir Ralph Delavall Baronets Sir William Forster Sir Henry Widdrington Sir Francis Liddall Knights Edward Gray of Heaton Robert Delavall Cuthbert Heron Ralph Gray of Bradford Thomas Forster of Etherston William Widrington William Fenwicke of Beywell Ralph Heborn of Heborn John Clarke Robert Shafto of Benwell Ralph Jenison John Sockeld the elder of Rocke Thomas Benwicke of the Closhouse. Daniell Collingwood of Branton Richard Stote William Delavall of Benwicke John Rodham of Litle Houghton Nicholas Whitehead and Ralph Anderson Esq[ui]rs William Warren and Michaell Widdrington of Morpeth Gentlemen.
For the Towne of Berwicke upon Tweede
Collonell Edward Grey The Maior for the time being Thomas Watson Andrew Moore Marke Armorer John Duglas Aldermen and Anthony Afton Bayliffe
For the Towne and County of Newcastle upon Tyne
The Maior for the time being Sir John Marley and Sir Francis Anderson Knights John Clarke and Henry Brabant Es?rs.
For the County of Oxon Thomas Earle of Downe in the Kingdome of Ireland Henry Lord Viscount Cornbury sonne and heire apparent to Edward Earle of Clarendon Lord Chauncellour of England Philip Lord Wenman Viscount Tuam in the Kingdome of Ireland James Herbert John Lovelace Esq[ui]rs Sir Anthony Cope Sir Henry Lee Sir Thomas Spencer Sir Thomas Penniston Sir William Walter Sir Anthony Craven Sir Thomas Clayton Warden of Merton Colledge Sir Thomas Chamberlaine Sir Compton Reade Baronets Sir William Fleetewood Sir William Moreton One of his Majesties Sergiants at Law Sir John Glyn one of his Majestyes, Sergiants at Law Sir Francis Wenman Sir Edward Norris Sir Henry Jones Sir John Robinson Leiutenant of the Tower Sir Timothy Tyrrell Sir Thomas Typping Sir John Clarke Sir Edmond Bray Sir George Croke Sir Litleton Osbaldiston Sir Robert Jenkinson Sir Allan Apsley Sir William Glynn Sir Philip Harcourt Sir Thomas Cob Sir Samuell Jones Knights Sir Edward Hungerford Knight of the Bath James Herbert John Lovelace David Walter one of the Groomes of his Majestyes Bedchamber Lewellin Jenkins Doctor of Lawes Principall of Jesus Colledge Broome Whorwood Richard Crooke William Cope James Hide Doctor of Phisicke President of Magdalin Colledge Thomas Willis Doctor of Phisicke Thomas Saunders Anthony Libb Vincent Barry Henry Alnut John Stone Francis Martin Edmond Lenthall John Clarke William Lenthall William Legg one of the Groomes of his Majestyes Bedchamber William Dormer John Cartwright George Chamberline Thomas Wheate William. Sheppard William Cartwright Rowland Lacy Arthur Jones Henry Alworth Doctor of Lawes Richard Holloway Counsell? at Law John Clitherow Gentleman Robert Dormer Raynald Bray William Bayley Thomas Hord John Doyley Charles Holloway Sergiant at Law Charles Holloway Thomas Coventry Mathew Skinner Doctor of Phisicke Samuell Sandys junior William Gamcocke Robert Vesey Robert Perror junior Sheppard of Rosewright Edward Vernon John West William Oakeley Esq[ui]rs William Wright and John Wickham Gentlemen The Maior of Woodstocke for the time being Mr Alexander Johnson The Maior of Banbury The Warden of Henley The Bayliffes of Burford and Chiping-Norton and the Cheife Magistrates to act in their severall Corporations onely.
For the University and ( (fn. 31) ) Citty of Oxford
The Vice-Chauncellour and the two Proctors for the time being Sir Thomas Clayton Knight Warden of Merton Colledge, Richard Bayley Doctor of Divinitie President of St Johns Colledge, John Fell Doctor of Divinitie Deane of Christ Church John Meredith Doctor of Divinity Warden of All Soules Colledge, Thomas Barlow Doctor of Divinity Provost of Queenes Colledge Thomas Yates Doctor of Divinity Principall of Brazen Nose Colledge Walter Blandford Doctor of Divinitie Warden of Wadham Colledge, Luellin Jenkins Doctor of the Lawes Principall of Jesus Colledge, Joseph Crowther Doctor of Divinitie Principall of St Mary Hall James Hide Doctor of Phisicke Principall of Magdalen Hall Richard Lydall Doctor of Phisicke Thomas Elliot Doctor of Phisicke Henry Alworth Doctor of Lawes Benjamin Cooper Master of Arts Richard Witt [Batchler (fn. 32) ] of Law Nicholas Vilet [Batchler (fn. 32) ] of Law Richard Holway Esq[ui]rs Martin Lipyard John Crosse William Flexney John Haslewood Joseph Goodwin William Day Richard Davis William Finch Mathew Leech The Maior of the Citty for the time being Sir Anthony Cope and Sir Francis Wenman Baronets Sir William Morton Sir Sampson White Knights Broom Whorwood Sergeant Hollaway Charles Hollaway Richard [Cooke (fn. 33) ] Recorder George Low Esq[ui]rs Francis Harris Leonard Bowman William Wright Roger Griffin and John White Aldermen John Harris William Bayley Francis Grenoway Francis Heyward John Townsend William Cornish Henry Mallory John Painton Towne Clerke Robert Whorwood John Lamb Thomas Rowney Richard Pratt and Edward Astin Gentlemen
For the County of Rutland John Lord Roos sonne and heire apparent to John Earle of Rutland Bennet Lord Shererd of the Kingdome of Ireland Edward Noell Henry Noell Philip Sherard Esq[ui]rs Sir Thomas Mackworth Baronet Sir Edward Heath Knight of the Bath Sir Francis Mackworth Sir Edward Maria Wingfield Sir Eusebius Pelsant Knights William Palmes Alexander Noell Christopher Browne Beamont Bodenham Richard Halford Abell Barker Samuell Browne William Hyde Edward Faukner Robert Mackeworth Esq[ui]rs Charles Halford Ezekiell Johnson Gentlemen.
For the County of Salop William Pierpoint Andrew Newport Esq[ui]rs Sir Thomas Woolrich Sir William Whitmore Sir Francis Lawley Sir Walter Acton Sir Henry Fredericke Thynne Sir Vincent Corbet Sir Thomas Litleton Sir Francist Edwards Sir Henry Vernon Sir Humphrey Briggs Baronet Sir Thomas Whitmore Knight of the Bath Sir Richard Prince Sir John Weld Sir Richard Ottley Sir William Childe and Sir Henry Herbert Knights Sir Job Charleton Sergiant at Law and Cheife Justice of Chester Timothy Litleton Sergiant at Law William Fowler Timothy Turnor Phillip Eyton Richard Scriven Francis Thornes Charles Mannering James Latten Robert Sandford Roger Kinneston Thomas Bawdwin Robert Leighton Philip Prince Francis Charlton Thomas Owen of Con-Dover Edward Kinnerston Samuell Wingfeild Thomas Whitmore George Weld George Ludlow Thomas Rocke Charles Baldwin Robert Charlton Henry Bernard Thomas Powis Thomas Ketlesby Robert Corbet of the Hall of Hussey Thomas Holland John Coates William Oakley Edmond Wareing of Oldbury Somerset Fox Richard Fowler John Walcot Adam Otly Thomas Walcot Robert Cresset John Cole Robert Owen Edward Powell Thomas Lloid Thomas Lockier Thomas Smalman John Lacon Thomas Lockard John Kinnestone William Owen of Porkington John Newton Thomas Kinnersley of Badger William Cotton Richard Mitton Francis Forrester William Jones of Sandford Rowland Hill Vincent Edwards Henry Goodricke John Trevor Thomas Ireland Thomas Jones Richard Creswell Thomas Harris John Corbet of Adderley Edward Vernon Thomas Acton Thomas Jobber Samuell Baldwin Henry Spratt Thomas Crumpe Henry Griffiths Richard Ridley Jonathan Langley James Becke Henry Mitton of Shipton Esq[ui]rs The Maior of the Towne of Salop for the time being The Bayliffes of Ludlow Bridge North Wenlocke and Bishops Castle for the time being, Daniell Wicherley Francis Smith Richard Walker John Whitacre Richard Clarke Andrew Vivers Richard Tayler John Harding Arthur Hinks John Baugh Edward Woollaston Alexander Midleton Samuell Lloyd Richard Davis of Ludlow Roger Gough Benjamin Buckley Somerset Hall Robert Betton Thomas Jones of Sheet? Richard Charleton Richard Hosier Captaine Phillip Jenings Andrew Hill Richard Pritchard John Haines George Hosier John Stanier Edward Owen Roger Harris Robert Vernon Captaine Richard Phillips Rowland Hill of Hackoston Gentlemen Richard Cooling Esq[uire] Robert Gorton Sir Clement Clarke and Richard [Jerkins (fn. 34) ] Gent[um]
For the County of Stafford Sir John Wirley Knight High Sheriffe Sir Edward Litleton Sir Edward Baggot Sir Thomas Wilbraharn Sir Walter Rotesley Sir Charles Woolceley and Sir Francis Lawley Baronets Sir Bryan Broughton and Sir John Bowyer Knights and Baronets Sir Theophilus Biddolph Sir Thomas Whitgrave and Sir Walter Litleton Knights Randolph Egerton Walter Chetwind senior William Sneyd Henry Gray John Lane Walter Chetwynd junior George Digby Broome Whorwood Rowland Okeover Edward Manwaring John Skrimshire Gerard Skrimshire Collonell Harvy Baggot Edward Vernon Charles Cotton Richard Congreave Robert Milward William Chetwynd Thomas Kynnersley John Piercehouse John Swynfin Robert Levison Francis Levison Rowland Cotton Henry Archbold Jonathan Woodnorth Jonathan Cope Henry Vernon George Parker John Shelton Francis Wightwicke John Whitehall William Talbot George Vernon Charles Agard Richard Aderley Edward Arablaster William Orme John Noble Edward Birch Edward Ward William Ward William Trafford and Daniell Watson Esq[ui]rs Richard Bracegirdle William Trafford John Gough William Farmer John Colclough of Burslem John Felton Henry Haworth and Thomas Bagnall Gentlemen The Maior of Stafford for the time being The Maior of Newcastle for the time being The Maior of Walsall for the time being and The Bayliffes of Tarn worth for the time being.
For the Citty and County of the Citty of Lichfield Thomas Caterbank Bayliffe The Bayliffes for the time being Sir Theophilus Biddolph Knight Collonell John Lane Michaell Biddulph Richard Dyot John Hill Sherington Talbot Esq[ui]rs Doctor Hinton Doctor Hewet James Allen Thomas Minors John Burnes William Jesson Gent[um] and The Sheriffe for the time being.
For the County of Somerset John Lord Digby some and heire apparent to George Earle of Bristoll Francis Lord Hawley of the Kingdome of Ireland Sir Charles Berkley Treasurer of his Majestyes Household John Pawlet Francis Pawlet Amias Pawlet Es?rs, Sir Thomas Mallet one of the Justices of the Kings Bench Sir William Portman Sir John Sidenham Sir Maurice Berkley Sir Hugh Smith Sir William Wyndham Sir John Worton Sir George Trevillian Sir Charles Pim and Sir John Newton Baronets Sir John Coventry and Sir Edward Hungerford Knights of the Bath Sir Henry Berkley Sir Thomas Bridges Sir Hugh Windham Sir George Norton Sir John Warr Sir Thomas Gore Sir George Horner and Sir William Basset Knights John Merefield Sergiant at Law Alexander Popham George Scowell Edward Phillips Edmond Windham George Speake Francis Lutterell Henry Rogers Peregrine Palmer Samuell Gorges John Mallet Francis Wyndham William Hellier of Coker William Prynne Thomas Heale Edward Berkley Henry Waldron William Bull John Buckland Thomas Warr Robert Hunt Thomas Piggot Francis Roll John Harrington John Tynt Warwicke Brampfield William Lacy John Churchill Henry Henley Edward [Edurt (fn. 35) ] Henry Bull William Carrant Francis Baker Richard Jones George Sidenham Robert Hawley Michaell Mallet Edward Phillips junior Anthony Powlet Henry Light John Harbin Roger Bourne Edward Bampfield Angell Gray Ralph Stowell John Moore Hugh Norris William Speake William Hillier of Sea John St Albans John Fitz-herbert John How William Bacon John Cridland Kingsmell Lucy Peter Royman William Harbord Roger Newburrough Maidley Samborne Francis Vaughan John Fody William Coward John Hunt John Goodwin Henry Dunstar Edward Clarke Thomas Farwell and William Clarke James Hayes Esqu[i]rs
And for the Citty of Wells and Towne of Bridgewater
The respective Maiors for the time being.
For the Citty of Bath
The Maior for the time being William Pryne Esq[uire] Walter Gibbs Alderman Robert Pierce Doctor in Phisicke Walter Bayley Edward Parker John Sherstone and Simon Sloper Gentlemen.
For the County and Citty of Bristoll The Maior for the time being John Lawford Esq[uire] Sir Robert Atkins Knight of the Bath Recorder Sir Henry Creswicke and Sir John Knight Knights John Lock Richard Balman Nathaniell Cale Walter Sandy John Willoughby Thomas Langton Aldermen Ralph Olliffe John Hicks John Wright John Bradway and Richard Streamer Gent?.
For the County of Southampton Charles Lord St John of Basing sonne and heire apparent to John Marquesse of Winchester. The Lord Henry Pawlet Sir George Carteret Vice-Chamberlaine to the Kings Household Sir Robert Howard Sir Henry Worseley Sir John Mills Sir John Norton Sir William Lewis Sir Hugh Steukley Sir William Meux Sir Thomas Badd Sir Nicholas Stewart Sir Andrew Henley Sir John Trot Sir Robert Dillington Baronets Sir Humphrey Bennet Sir John Leigh Sir Robert Mason Sir Thomas Higgons Sir John Dingley Sir Robert Worseley Sir Mundiford Brampston Sir Thomas Tomkins Knights Richard Norton Thomas Neale Richard Goddard Lawrence Hyde Henry Wallop John Button Thomas Knollis William Oglander Robert Dillington Thomas Jervice John Richards Charles West William Legg Henry Whitehead George Pitt. Thomas Brooke Leonard Bilson Francis Rolle John Hooke Thomas Cole Phillip Leigh James May Richard Compton Benjamin Ruddiard Giles Hungerford Francis River Roger Gallop Francis Tylney Henry Bromfield William Pitt Arthur Bold William Collins Edward Norton Daniell Norton William Wither John Worseley senior Edward Worsley Edward Cooke John Ball Edward Hooper of Chilworth Edward Hooper of Hume Court Francis Dickins John Stewkley Bartholomew Price Daniell Kingsmell John Kingsmell Henry Tulse Thomas Edmonds Robert Oxenbridge Robert Goffe Richard Love Gabriell Whisler Thomas Newnham John Deane John Oglander William Wall Challoner Chute Henry Kelsey Henry Goddard William Lisle Andrew Wall Richard Ayloffe Edward Hide Anthony Yalden Essex Pawlet Stephen Fox John Culpeper Walter Slingsby Alexander Culpeper John Dingly Esq[ui]rs and Richard Rudyard Gent[um].
For the Towne and County of Southampton.
William Stanley Robert Richbill William Horne Thomas Cornelius James Clungson Henry Pitt George Steptoe Es?rs.
For the Citty of Winchester
William Tayler Richard Dennet Edmond Fifeild Benjamin Clarke John Munday John Colson The Maior of Winton The Maior of Southampton The Maior of Portsmouth The Maior of Newport The Maior of Basingstoke The Bailiffe of Andevour for the time being John Boureman Thomas Legg James Rice Mores Reade Gent[um].
For the County of Suffolke Sir Edward Turner Knight Speaker of the House of Commons Walter Devereux Esq[uire] Sir Edmond Bacon Sir Lionall Tolemache Sir Henry Felton Sir Robert Kempe Sir William Spring Sir John Castleton Sir Henry Bacon Sir Henry North Sir Thomas Cullam Sir Jarvice Elwes Sir Thomas Darcy Sir Robert Cordall Sir John Rous Sir Robert Brooke Sir Samuell Barnardiston Sir Phillip Parker Baronets Sir William Playters Sir Henry Wood Sir Charles Gaudy Sir George Reeve Sir Edward Duke Sir William Doyley Sir Thomas Barnardiston Knights and Baronets Sir Dudley North Sir Nicholas Bacon and Sir John Knivet Knights of the Bath Sir Henry Crofts Sir Edmond Poley Sir John Duncombe Sir Robert Brooke Sir Thomas Harvey Sir George Weneeve Sir John Poley Sir Nevill Catlyn Sir William Bloys Sir Thomas Smith Sir Phillip Parker Sir Jeofrey Burwell Sir Phillip Meadow Sir William Doyley and Sir Edmond Barker Knights John Haney Thomas Walgrave Thomas Holland John Poley Richard Cooke Charles Stutterill John Sicclemore John Southby William Gipps Clement Heigham Benjamin Cutler of the Chauntry William Bloys Henry Warner Thomas Stewart Thomas Wright Joseph Bland John Plaiters John Cole Robert Mattiward Hamond Claxton Robert Stile Fitz-noune Lambe Henry Copinger Thomas Avis Edward Fielder Peregrine Doyley Thomas Dade Thomas Scrivener Henry North John Lambe Edward North William Acton John Weritworth Robert Butts Thomas Butts Francis Cheney Robert Maniott William Rivet Robert Nanton Gardner Webb Robert King Charles Cornewallis John Rivet Thomas Golding Edmond Plum Edward Man junior Edmond Clench Richard Kirkby Thomas Tyrill Francis Theobald William Beaumont Michaell Grigg Thomas Lernon Reginald Williams Thomas Vesey Phillip Howard William Dawtree William Gouch Framblingham Gaudy Ptoleme Tolemache William Jermy Henry Parker Thomas Bacon John Brame of Ash, Humphrey Bowen John Bedingfield Thomas Day Miles Edgar Samuell Kenidge Edmond Sheppard William Cullam Edmond Gardner Robert Browning Henry Stebbing John Brooke John Cornwallis William Blomfield Robert Gosnold Wiseman Bockenham John Thurston Thomas Edgar Thomas Allen Vice Admirall Robert Wright Esq[ui]rs The Maior of Sudbury for the time being John Warner William Byat Gent[um] The Bayliffes of Dunwich for the time being
For the Burrough of Ipswich
The Bayliffe for the time being Sir Emanuell Sorells Knight William Bloys John Sicklmore Esq[ui]rs Nicholas Phillips John Robinson John Smithier Robert Clarke Gilbert Lingfield Edward Man junior Gentlemen.
For the Burrough of St Edmonds Bury
The Alderman for the time being John Southby Esq[uire] Recorder Sir Edmond Poley Sir John Duncombe Knights James Cob Esq[uire] Francis Browne Robert Sharpe Stephen Cooke Samuell Hustler Edward Bourne Gent
For the Burrough of Aldborough
The Bayliffe for the time being Sir John Holland Baronet Sir Robert Brooke Knight William Shipman Thomas Elliot Richard Browne and John Burwood Gent[um]
For the Burrough of Orford
The Maior for the time being Walter Devereux Esq[uire] Sir Allen Brodericke Knight Joseph Hastings Thomas Hastings James Coppin Edward Ewen Edward Parker Martin Folkes John Harwell and Edward Johnson Gentlemen.
For the County of Surrey and Burrough of Southwarke Charles Earle of Ancram of the Kingdome of Scotland Francis Lord Angier of the Kingdome of Ireland Sir Edward Nicholas Knight one of his Majestyes Most Honourable Privy Councill Benjamin Weston Esq[uire] Sir Henry Capell Knight of the Bath Sir Francis Vincent Knight and Baronet Sir Walter St Johns Sir Adam Browne Baronets Sir Thomas Trevor Knight and Baronet Sir John Robinson Knight and Baronet Lieutenant of the Tower Sir Richard Browne Knight and Baronet Sir William Moore Sir John Eveling Sir Marmaduke Gresham Sir Richard Stidolph Sir John Bromfeild Sir Abraham Cullen and Sir Thomas Hooke Baronets Sir John Nicholas and Sir William Terringham Knights of the Bath Sir William Throckmorton Knight Marshall Sir Ralph Freeman Knight one of the Masters of Request Sir John Lenthall Sir Edmond Bowyer Sir John Shaw Sir Charles Howard Sir William Howard Sir George Aiscough Sir Robert Long Sir Edward Wingfield Sir Thomas Bloodworth Sir Daniell Harvy Sir Robert Parkhurst Sir Richard Hatton Sir Allen Brodericke Sir Nicholas Carew Sir Edward Bish Sir James Austin and Sir William Turner Knights Henry Hilyard Arthur Onslow George Chute Roger James John Scot Edward Thurland Christopher Buckle Edward Evelin Thomas Foster Anthony Bower Edward Nicholas William Hoskins George Evelin Richard Evelin William Elliot Anthony Thomas John Holmden James Zouch Henry Weston Thomas Dalmahoy George Smith Dawes Wymondsold John Dawes George Browne William Muschampe John Thynne George Moore George Garth Thomas Turges Mathew Carleton Roger Duncombe George Duncombe George Woodruffe George Vernon Henry Henn George Duke Edward Knippe Jeofrey Howland Edward Barker Samuell Rouse John H?mond John Thynne junior James Gresham Edward Eversfield Harmon Atwood Charles Good Thomas Lee Peter Hussey Richard Heath Vincent Randall Nicholas Miller John Parker Thomas Rogers Doctor Windebanke Lawrence Marsh George Turner Theophilus Holman Thomas Arden Henry Byne John Heather Richard Syms Ellis Crispe Edward Smith Edward Warcup and John Angell Esq[ui]rs John Jordon of Ditton John Robinson John Wight William Streete. William Boothby Peter Quinnall senior John Jones William Westbrooke Richard West Cabell Westbrooke The Maior of Guilford for the time being John Childe James Burton Richard Lewin William Cannon John Wilkinson Otnell Maverell William Locke John Neale Simon Nicholas Hugh Layton Peter Delanoy James Reading Edward Ball George Meggor John Luntly Jacob May Thomas Butler Thomas Morgan Tobias Solby and Benjamin Collier Gent.
For the County of Sussex Joselin Lord Percy sonne and heire apparent to Algernon Earle of Northumberland Thomas Leonard [& John [Ashburham (fn. 36) ] Es?rs (fn. 37) ] Sr John Pelham Sir William Colepeper Sir Cecill Bishop Sir John Covert Sir William Thomas Sir John Stapley Sir John Fagg Sir Denny [Washburnham (fn. 38) ] Sir Walter Henley Sir William Wilson Baronets Sir John Lewkener and Sir William Morley Knights of the Bath Sir Thomas Dike Sir Edward Ford Sir John Morley Sir Thomas Woodcocke Sir Thomas Nutt Sir George Courtop Sir Henry Peckham Sir Henry Onslow and Sir William Craven Knights George Parker George Nevill Thomas Sackevill Henry Goreing Pierce Goreing William Garway John May Harbert Morley. John Eversfield junior Nisell Rivers Anthony Shurley John De la Chambers Charles Brett John Peckham John Garway Samuell Gott Edward Polhill Roger Showswell Robert Anderson John Forrington Breween Bichley Edward Morley Allen Carr Richard Bridges Peter Courthop Edward Keeling Henry Shelley Benjamin Colpeper Henry Bill William Spence Edward May Mr Symon Smith Alexander Jermin of Luddington Robert Fowle Thomas Collins Walter Everden William Dike Sackevill Graves Nicholas Gildridge Thomas Foster Henry Chowne Edward Paine Henry Bish Edward Michelburn Phillip Packer John Stewart John Baker of Withiam William Gratwicke Richard Shepperd Stephen French and Thomas Henshaw junior of Billinghurst Esq[ui]rs Richard May Abraham Chapman Thomas Palmer Richard Cooper Thomas Bebsworth Mathew Young Thomas Levett Richard Young Alderman John Luxford of Ocley Ambrose Trayton Henry Shelley William Lane William Vivall John Oliver Thomas Peckham John Fuller of Waldron Robert Pickering John Baker junior John Hay of Glindborn, Roger Bish Robert Palmer Francis Gratwicke William Palmer Richard Nash William Westbrooke Christopher Coles John Muncke Thomas Barnard Thomas Paine John Paine Arthur Lovet Thomas Brumfeild senior Richard Alchorn Thomas Brumfeild Junior Bray Chowne Anthony Eversfeild Edward Chowney John Gratwich of Eatons Joseph Newington John Dine William Hartridge Alexander Stapeley Robert Brooke senior Gentlemen The respective Maiors of Chichester Arundell Hasting Rye and Winchelsey for the time being The Bayliffes of Seaford and [Davensey (fn. 38) ] for the time being Thomas Midleton Gent[um] John King and Henry King Esq[ui]rs.
For the County of Warwicke Sir Francis Compton Knight Foulke Grevill Charles Leigh Esq[ui]rs Sir Robert Holt Sir Richard Temple Sir Henry Puckering alias Newton Sir Edward Broughton Sir Roger Burgoyne Sir John Knightley Sir Clement Fisher Sir Herbert Price Sir Thomas Norton Baronets Sir William Bromley Sir Stephen Hales Knights of the Bath Sir George Deyereux Sir Francis Willoughby Sir Charles Adderley Sir Charles Lee Sir William Palmer Sir Arthur Caley Sir William Underhill Sir Combe Wagstaffe Sir Richard Hopkins Sir Richard Bishop Sergiant at Armes Knights Amos Walrond Walter Chetwin senior William Booth of Witton John Bridgeman John Ferrers Richard Lucy Thomas Archer Clement Throckemorton William Somjervile Francis Willoughby Seabright Rippington William Dilkes Harvey Baggot George Fielding Richard Newdigate Sergiant at Law Thomas Flint Thomas Temple Thomas Boughton John Rous William Purifoy John Clopton Henry Ferrers Charles Newsham John Lisle of Moxell Richard Verney of Kingston Charles Bentley Giles Palmer Nicholas Overby Edward Underhill Thomas Marriot Humphrey Jenings Thomas Corbin John Fetherston George Sacheyerill James Prescutt Thomas Rawlins of Stratford Esq[ui]rs The Maior of Warwicke for the time being The Maior of Stratford for the time being The Bayliffes of Tamworth for the time being.
For the Citty and County of the Citty of Coventry The Maior for the time being Sir Thomas Norton Baronet Sir Clement Fisher Sir Arthur Caley Sir Richard Hopkins Sir Charles Adderley Knights Thomas Flint Edmond Palmer Esq[ui]rs Henry Smith Mathew Smith Julius Billers Aldermen Humphrey Burton Coroner.
For the County of Worcester Sir John Packington Sir William Russell Sir Henry Litleton Sir Edward Seabright Sir William Kite Sir Thomas Rouse Baronets Sir Ralph Clare Knight of the Bath Sir Henry Herbert Sir Rowland Berkley Sir John Talbot Sir John Windford Knights Collonell Samuell Sandys Samuell Sandis junior William Sandis Sherrington Talbot Thomas Savage Edward Pitts Francis Russell Francis [Fincke (fn. 39) ] Edward Carey Joseph Welsh William Wassburn Thomas Childe Henry Townshend Thomas Wilde John Nanfan Thomas Streete Henry Parker Leonard Simpson Theophilus Andrewes Richard Dowdeswell Henry Bromly of Upton William Mucklo Litleton Clent Edward [Russell (fn. 40) ] Richard Vernon Charles Cornwallis Walter Savage Thomas Jolliffe Thomas Symmons Humphrey Litleton Thomas Foley Phillip Persons Anthony Crumpe William Baldwin Henry Evett William Hancocke John Charlet Thomas Watson of Bengworth Henry Spiller William Ligon Henry Bromeley of Holt Edward Dingley Henry Jefferies Broome Whorwood Phillip Brace Francis Sheldon John Bearcroft Bridges Nanfan Esq[ui]rs The Maior of Evesham for the time being, The Bayliftes of Droytwich for the time being, The Bayliffe of Bewdley for the time being John Barnaby of Bockleton Esq[uire]
For the Citty and County of the Citty of Worcester The Maior Aldermen and Sheriffe for the time being Sir John Packington Baronet Sir Rowland Berkley Knight Sir William Moreton Knight one of his Majestyes Sergiants at Law Thomas Hall Thomas Streete Thomas Wild Thomas Vernon Thomas Harris Esq[ui]rs Humphrey Wildy Richard Beddoes Thomas Harrison Wintour Harris John Bearcroft Francis Hughes Humphrey Tyrer Gentlemen
For the County of Wilts Henry Lord Herbert sonne and Heire apparent to Edward Marquisse of Worcester The Lord, John Seymour William Lord Herbert of Cardiffe sonne and Heire apparent to Phillip Earle of Pembrooke and Mountgomery Henry Viscount Cornbury sonne and heire apparent to Edward Earle of Clarendon Lord Chauncellour of England Sir Edward Nicholas Knight one of his Majesties Most Honourable Privy Councill Sir Robert Hyde Knight Cheife Justice of the Kings Bench Edward Howard Phillip Howard Es?s Sir Walter Sr John Sir Seymour Pile Sir George Grubham How Sir Walter Ernle Sir Giles Tooker Baronets Sir John Coventry Sir John Nicholas Sir Edward Hungerford Sir Edward Baynton Knights of the Bath Sir Wadham Windham Knight one of the Justices of the Kings Bench Sir James Thynne Sir John Evelin Sir John Talbot Sir Edward Poole Sir George Hungerford Sir John Weld Sir John Low Sir Thomas Escourt Sir Henry Coker Sir Thomas Ivy Sir William Cawley Sir Thomas Mompesson Sir John Ernle Sir William Eyre Knights Alexander Popham Edward Seymour Richard Grubham How Robert Phillips Francis Wroughton John Pleyddall William Glanvile Henry Clarke William Jordan John Hall Esq[ui]rs ( (fn. 41) ) John Morton Baronet Richard Lewis George Ayliffe Edward Nicholas Edward Hungerford Edward Hyde Ralph Freake William Pawlet William Ducket Thomas Mompesson William Bronker Walter Backland Henry Hungerford Henry Baynton Walter Long George Bond Gilbert Rawleigh Edmond Warneford Richard Harrison Richard Aldworth Alexander Thistlewhaite junior, William Yorke Stephen Fox Edward Goddard of Standen Thomas Bennet of Salthrop James Long Thomas Wancklin Jeoffrey Daniell John Collins John Kent Thomas Gore William Willoughby John Foyle John Norden Henry Long James Ash Edward Topp Thomas Hawles Joseph Stockman Giles Eyre Joseph Eyre Samuell Eyre John Long John Bowles Richard Bowie William. Kent Edward Manning William Swanton Thomas Lambert Thomas Pile Robert Chaundler Thomas Hungerford William Bowles John Eyre Richard Southby Seymour Bowman Richard Escourt Rowland Plott Edward Goddard of Ogbourn John Danvers John Glanvile Henry Wallis Doctor Hierst John Escourt Benjamine Gilfford Nevill [Masculine (fn. 42) ] Oliver Nicholas Edmond Web Isaac Burgis Richard Long John Mompesson Henry Trenchard Simon Sepatchurst Richard Davy George Ivy Samuell Ash John Dave[n (fn. 43) ]ant John Bennet Robert Challoner William Sadler Robert Hippesley Ephraim Westley Mathew Bennet Richard Greene Humphrey Hyde Edmond Ansley Christopher Gardiner Crouch Thomas Hunt Thomas Chaffin Ferrers [Gressey (fn. 44) ] George Parrey Thomas Clarke Henry Clarke junior Anthony Trotman John Ellot Walter Dowse John Duke junior William Cusse John Young Walter Sharpe George Sadler Thomas Escourt Thomas Gape William Levet Christopher Willoughby John Fitz-herbert Esq[ui]rs The Maior of Wilton for the time being.
For the Citty of New Sarum Sir Robert Hyde Knight Cheife Justice of the Kings Bench Sir Wadham Windham Knight one of the Justices of the Kings Bench The Maior for the time being Richard Coleman Recorder William Joyce Thomas [Quiate (fn. 45) ] Morrice Greene Thomas Williams Edward Edmonds Thomas Gardiner Thomas Cutler James Harwood Thomas Ray Aldermen Sir John Low Sir Thomas Mompesson Knights Thomas Hawles William Swanton Richard Davy John Holt Thomas Chaffin Thomas Dorrell Stephen Fox Seamour Bowman Simon Spatchhurst Francis Sambrooke Nicholas Johnson and Gyles Clutterbucke Esq[ui]rs.
For the County of Westmerland Sir Phillip Musgrave Sir William Dalston Sir Richard Sandford Sir John Lowther senior Sir John Lowther junior Baronets Sir Thomas Strickland Sir George Dalston Knights Richard Musgrave John Lowther Allen Bellingham John Dalston James Ducket Daniell Fleming Richard Braithwaite Robert Hilton Thomas Braithwaite John Otway Nicholas Fisher Edward [Nevison (fn. 46) ] Lancelot Machell Thomas Gabetas Nathaniell West Edward Wilson Esq[ui]rs The Maior of Apleby for the time being, The Maior of Kendall for the time being.
For the West Rideing of the County of Yorke George Viscount Castleton of the Kingdome of Ireland Henry Viscount Irwin of the Kingdome of Scotland Thomas Lord Fairefax of the Kingdome of Scotland Sir Francis Fane William Earle of Dumfreeze in the Kingdome of Scotland Knight of the Bath Conyers Darcy Esq[uire] Sir Francis Wortley Sir George Savill Sir Thomas Osborne Sir John Goodricke Sir Richard Maleverer Sir John Rersby Sir John Key Sir John Armitage Sir William Ingleby Sir Soloman Swaile Sir William Rokesby Sir Godfrey Copley Sir George Winn Sir Garvas Cutler Sir John Jackeson Sir John Lewis Sir Thomas Slingsby Sir George Cooke Baronets Sir Thomas Wharton Sir Francis Fane Junior Knights of the Bath Sir Richard Tanckred Sir Jordan Crosland Sir Thomas Beaumont Sir Thomas Wentworth Sir John Dawney Sir Miles Stapleton Sir William Lowther Sir Francis Goodricke Sir Edmond Jenings Sir William Ingram Sir Christopher Clapham Sir Ralph Knight Sir Thomas Yarborough Knights Richard Hutton Thomas Danby Walter Hawkesworth Henry Arthirigton Welberry Norton Charles Tankard Ambrose Pudsey Francis Rockley Robert [Wirvell (fn. 47) ] Walter Strickland Anthony Adeyre Francis Nevill Walter Calverley Henry Eyre Doctor of Phisicke John Wentworth of Ellinshell John Savile of Heathly Henry Goodricke John Wentworth of Wolly Bradwardin Tyndall John Vincent John Richard William Lowther John Bilby Richard Washington Richard Mountney William Hammond William Adams Thomas Yarborough Walter Lister William Drake Inglebert Leeds Cuthbert Wade Robert Harrison James Moseley John Stanhop Nicholas Stable Benjamin Nortcliffe Roger Portington Edward Lewis John Thornhill William Womble Thomas Stringer Henry Atkinson Francis White William Spencer of Attercliffe William Godfrey Thomas Lister of M?ningham Thomas Lister of Bawtree Thomas Haber John Ottway John Major Thomas Stavely Doyley Gower Thomas Fawkes Esq[ui]rs Henry Cooke Thomas Edmonds Jonathan Jenings John Atkinson John Preston William Witham Benjamin Wade John Dodsworth William Roundell George Clarke Jervas Bosvile Thomas Gill Richard Graham Gent[um] The Maior of Rippon The Maior of Doncaster The Maior of Pontefract The Maior of Leeds for the time being Robert Walters of Owsbourn George Fothergill Esq[ui]rs
For the North Rideing
Charles Lord St John of Basing sonne and heire apparent to John Marquesse of Winchester Conyers Darcy Esq[uire] Sir Henry Bellasis Henry Darcy James Darcy Esq[ui]rs Sir Christopher Wivell Sir Thomas Gower Sir John Goodricke Sir Medcalfe Robinson Sir Solomon Swaile Sir Henry Stapleton Sir David Fowles Sir John Lowther Sir John Nappier Sir Roger Langley Sir William Caley Sir George Marwood Sir Richard Graham Sir William Frankland Sir Christopher Wandesford Baronets Sir Robert Strickland Sir Richard Tancred Sir Thomas Strickland Sir Jordan Crosland Sir William Dalton Sir John Dawney Sir James Pennyman Sir Thomas Ingrain Chauncellour of the Dutchy Sir Henry Chomeley Sir Thomas Heblethwaite Sir Joseph Craddocke Sir Henry Franckland Sir William Craven Knights William Wivell Edward Gower Henry Marwood James Medcalfe Mathew Hutton Robert Layton William Caley John How Thomas Danby Walter Strickland John Beverley Thomas Rookeby James Moyser John Calverley Edward Croft Thomas Robinson William Weddall John Tourner Isaac Fairfax John Wivell of Osgarby Humphrey Wharton Charles Bellasis Edward Hutchinson of Wickham Reynald Graham Major Norton Henry Bethell Roger Talbot Charles Tancred Thomas Jackson Henry Harrison William Fielding William Robinson Edward Trotter Robert Belt Thomas Hutton James Morley Thomas Hassell Timothy Maleverer Captaine Leonard Robinson John Dodsworth William Thompson Thomas Wickham Anthony Lowther Thomas Norton William Metcalfe Henry Blackson Walter Lister John Gibson Charles [Allason (fn. 48) ] Edward Gower William Gower John Colson Esq[ui]rs James Moore George Norton Francis Driffield John Smith Thomas Waite. William Spinke Allen Chamber John Hill of Thorndon John Earnley. Ralph Jackson of Lazenby junior Christopher Keld Henry, Crosland William Lampley William Truman Francis Cumin Robert Bushell Richard Harland Major Redman Gentlemen The Aldermen of Richmond and the Bayliffes of Scarborough for the time being.
For the East Rideing
Sir Francis Cob Knight High Sheriffe of the County Charles Lord Viscount Dungarvan in the Kingdome of Ireland Sir John Hotham Sir Francis Boynton Sir Robert Hilyard Sir John Bucke Sir Watkinson Paler Sir Thomas Rudston Sir John Ledgard Baronets Sir Thomas Nortcliffe Sir Phillip Mountaine Sir Thomas Daniell Sir Mathew Apleyard Sir Thomas Renington Sir Hugh Bethel Sir Thomas Heblethwait Sir William Cob Knights Tobias Jenkins Michaell Wharton Robert Bucke Thomas Grantham Durant Hotham Hugh Lister John Constable John Lister Henry Sandys Henry Holmes Christopher Hilyard Walter Bethell George Mountaine John Vavasor Jonathan Atkins Ralph Warton William Osbaldston William Grimston Robert Southby Richard Robinson Thomas Crumpton Samford Nevill William Gee Richard Ledgeard William Baynton Stephen Thompson Richard Thompson Henry Hilyard James Moyser Edward Bernard Thomas Hesket Gregory Creyke William Harpham Thomas Anlaby Alexander Rokeby Henry Hilyard John Stapleton Henry Portington Phillip Saltmarsh John Acraid Es?rs, Thomas Swan Leonard Robinson William Blount John Pierson Lewis Lewins Francis Bushell Robert Constable John Belton William Dobson William Thompson Ralph Higden Richard Graham Thomas Sytheron Christopher [Daukins (fn. 49) ] Gent[um] The Maior of Hedon and The Maior of Beverley for the time being.
For the Citty of Yorke and the County of the same Edward Elwicke Lord Maior Thomas Lord Fairefax of the Kingdome of Scotland Sir Metcalfe Robinson Sir Thomas Osbourne Sir Roger Langley Sir John Goodricke Sir George Rive Sir Thomas Slingsby Baronet Sir John Lewis Knight and Baronet Sir Miles Stapleton Knight James Brooke Christopher Topham George Lemplough George Mancklins Richard Hewet Henry Thompson Cressey Bournet Christopher Brery Henry Tireman John Tayler James Bawtry Aldermen Edward Gale John Beares Leonard Thompson Joseph Scott John Turner Tobias Jenkins James Moyser William Fairefax Thomas Robinson Thomas Hutton Henry Fairefax Esq[ui]rs John Swaile Doctor Burwell Mr Ethrington Phillip Prince William Roundle Thomas Hesketh George Aisleby Phillip Harbert Mr Suavesdale Richard Tennant William Richardson Richard Rawlinson Francis Price John Loftus John Thompson George Mangy Francis Chatterton Thomas Setterthwhaite Thomas Fairefax Gentlemen.
Kingston upon Hull
For the Towne of Kingston upon Hull The Maior for the time being Anthony Gilby Andrew Marvell Es?rs William Dobson Robert Ripley Robert Berriar William Foxley William Ramsden Christopher Richardson George Crowle Richard Robinson Richard Wilson William Skinner Robert Bloome Richard Francke Aldermen Hugh Lister Esquire, The Sheriffes for the time being.
For the County of Anglesey Robert Lord Viscount Bulkely of the Kingdome of Ireland Marke Lord Viscount Duncannon Thomas Bulkeley Esq[uire] Sir Hugh Owen Knight and Baronet Nicholas Bagnell Thomas Woods Pierce Lloyd senior Rowland Bulkley William Bold John Robinson Griffith Jones of Trevarthen Hugh Owen Pierce Lloyd junior Richard Merick John Lloyed of Landegnan John Griffith of Lanvaithly John Wynne of Bodewrid William Bulkly [Bruddy (fn. 50) ] John Pritherch of Llisdelas Rowland White Richard Owen Hugh Huges John Owen of [Llanvaith (fn. 51) ] Esq[ui]rs John Owen of Penrhose Conisby William Owen Huges Henry Jones Henry Davies William Williams of Tre Arthur William Lewis Griffith Lloyd of Treaseth Edward Price Bodower Edward Price Treyadog Howell Lewis Owen Lloyd of Heubles John Williams Bodurdin John Owen Treveiler Richard Wyn of Peughkin William Hampton William Wynn of Langold Gent[um] The Maior of Bewmorris for the time being.
For the County of Brecon Henry Lord Herbert of Ragland sonne and heire apparent to Edward Marquesse of Worcester Sir Richard Lloyd Knight Arthur Trevor Esq[uire] Edward Progers Esq[uire] of his Majestyes Bedchamber Sir William Lewis Sir Henry Williams Sir Herbert Price Baronets William Morgan of Therow Esq[uire] Sir John Herbert Knight George Gwinne Milburn Williams John Jefferies Lewis Morgan Attourney Generall there Thomas Lewis Walter Williams John Stedman Hugh Powell William Morgan of Newton Walter Vaughan Thomas Williams Edward Powell James Watkins Henry Stedman Meredith Lewis Thomas Bowen Esq[ui]rs Lewis Gunter James Williams William Lloyd of Wernos Edward Harbert John Morgan Daniell Winter William Saunders Gent[um] The Bayliffe of Brecon for the time being
For the County of Cardigan Sir Richard Price Baronet Sir Francis Lloyd Knight James Lewis [senior (fn. 52) ] John Vaughan James Stedman Henry Vaughan John Jones James Lewis junior Edward Vaughan Erasmus Lloyd Morgan Herbert Richard Herbert Reignold Jenkins David Lloyd Hector Phillips John Lewis Thomas Jenkins Esq[ui]rs David Evans Thomas Lloyd of Pus Abell Griffin Gentlemen
For the County of Carmarthen Francis Lord Vaughon sonne and heire apparent to Richard Earle of Carbery in the Kingdome of Ireland Sir John Vaughan Knight of the Bath Sir William Moreton one of his Majesties Sergiants at Law Simon Deg Esq[uire] Sir Edward Mansell Sir Rice Rudd Sir William Russell Baronets Sir Henry Vaughan Knight Walter Rice John Vaughan of Llannelly Nichollas Williams William Gwynne of Talliaris John Vaughan of Dertlis Henry Midleton James Jones Penry Vaughan John Vaughan of Whitehouse junior Morgan Jones Phillip Vaughan Thomas Lloyd of Berllan-dowell Thomas Lloyd of Dan per Alt Owen Brickstocke Thomas Lloyd of Llanlouthog John Powell junior Esq[ui]rs.
Towne of Carmarthen
For the Towne of Carmarthen The Maior for the time being Francis Lord Vaughan sonne and heire apparent to Richard Earle of Carbury in the Kingdome of Ireland Sir John Vaughan Knight of the Bath Sir Henry Vaughan Knight John Vaughan of Llannelly John Vaughan of Dertlis Walter Vaughan Esq[ui]rs Thomas Rivon Anthony Jones Thomas Jones, Dawkins Goffe Lewis Jones John Oakley Aldermen.
For the County of Carnarvan Robert Lord Viscount Bulkley of the Kingdome of Ireland Robert Roberts Thomas Bulkley Esq[ui]rs Sir Richard Wynne Sir Griffith Williams Sir Roger Mostin Sir Robert Williams Baronets Sir John Owen Sir Richard Lloyd Nicholas Bagnell Griffith Jones William. Griffith Witham Vaughan Owen Griffith John Bodurda Maurice Wynne Hugh Wynne Thomas Wynne William Wynne of Llanruda Hugh Williams William Buckley Griffith Bodurda Edmond Glyn John Wynne Berthaur Timothy Litleton Sergiant at Law John Jones John Wynne of Twgyn William Wynne of Glangranon Richard Angwill John Glyn Thomas Glyn Richard Glyn Richard Thomas John Williams Thomas Vaugham William Hookes Richard Griffith Owen Wynne. of Glasgoed Richard Ciffin John Lloyd Robert Coetmor John Wynne of Melay Esq[ui]rs John Wynne of Berthanur Jeofrey Williams John Wynne of Pennarth Harbert Griffith John Hookes William Wynne of Pengwerne William Williams Hugh Bodurda Owen Wynne William Spicur William Thomas of Carnarvan Edward Pierce Richard Ellis John Jones of Trevan Robert Wynn of Keselgonarch Gentlemen
For the County of Denbigh John Carter Knight High Sheriffe Sir Thomas Midleton Sir Richard Wynne Sir John Salisbury Sir Thomas Powell Sir William Meredith Baronets Sir Thomas Trevor Knight and Baronet Sir Richard Lloyd Sir Edward Broughton Sir Robert Agbrow Sir John Wynne Knights Roger Puleston John Trevor of Trevalin William Owen William Salisbury Hugh Wynne John Wynne Mutton Davies Robert Wynne of Voylas Thomas Jones Edward Thelwall William Price Kenrick Eyton Thomas Vaughan Charles Salisbury John Robinson Collonell Robert Broughton Bevis Lloyd John Thelwall John Edisbury Charles Midleton Foulke Midleton Timothy Midleton Euball Thelwall John Jefferies Richard Midleton of Llanclin Robert Price of Geeler Edward Breariton Watkin Kiffin Owen Thelwall John Trevor of Brinkinnalt Gabriell Goodman Humphrey Hughes of Brintanger David Morris Richard Wynne of Garthkanan John Langford William Parry Charles Goodman John Puleston William Williams John Lloyd of Bodidrist Hugh Roberts Francis Manley John Lloyd of Llanunis Hugh Lloyd of Foxall Esq[ui]rs William Jones John Salisbury of Lewesog Humphrey Lloyd of Berse Robert Wynne of Garthewinn Howell Lloyd James Thelwall Robert Griffith of Pendared John Lloyd g wrich Captaine Thomas Yale John Williams of [Caredrividd (fn. 53) ] Owen Price of Nantmanze Robert Wynne of Lwyn Maurice Williams of Llannerras Edward Lloyd of Placemado Thomas Lloyd of Barsey Ellis Lloyd of Eglewisig The two Aldermen of Denbigh John Hughes Thomas Mathewes John Jones Thomas Shaw senior Robert Salisbury Gentlemen.
For the County of Flint Sir Thomas Hanmer Sir John Salisbury Sir Henry Conway Sir Roger Mostin Baronets Sir John Trevor Sir John Glyn Sir John Hanmer Knights John Trevor Thomas Ravenscroft Roger Puleston Robert Davies Thomas Lloyd, William Hanmer Roger Whitley Mutton Davies William Mostin John Parry Robert Whitley Andrew Ellis Evan Edwards David Penant John Eyton Richard Griffith Edward Lloyd Ellis Young Edward Lloyd John Broughton Thomas Humphryes John Salisbury senior John Midleton Thomas Crackley Eubule Hughes Charles Jones Owen Barton John Lloyd of Fawne Thomas Mostin Hugh Penant.
For the County of Glamorgan Henry Lord Herbert of Ragland sonne and heire apparent to Edward Marquesse of Worcester William Lord Herbert of Cardiffe Sir Richard Lloyed Knight Arthur Trevor Esq[uire] Sir Edward Mansell Sir Edward Stradling Sir Edward Thomas Baronets Sir John Awbrey Knight and Baronet Sir William Lewis Sir Thomas Lewis Sir Richard Basset Knights John Greenuffe Evan Seyes Sergiant at Law William Basset Doctor of Lawes Robert Thomas Miles Button Thomas Lewis William Basset of Bewpre William Harbert of Swansey Edmond Thomas Bussy Mansell Herbert Evans Thomas Mathew Humphry Windham David Jenkins Gabriell Lewis William Thomas Thomas Stradling Thomas Came John Van John Gibbs Thomas Thomas David Mathew Lamerocke Stradling Thomas Evans Edmond Gammage Richard Loughers William Herbert of Killy-Bebell John Came Henry Basset Edward Harbert of Cogan David Evans John Lewellin.
For the County of Merioneth Maurice Williams Esq[uer] High Sheriffe Sir Richard Wynne Baronet Sir John Owen Sir Richard Lloyd Sir John Wynne Knights William Salisbury William Price William Vaughan of Corseggedall Lewis Lloyd Howell Vaughan Maurice Wynne Vincent Corbert John Pugh John Lloyd Hugh Nanny Robert Wynne Roger Mostin Richard Wynne Griffith. Lloyd Lewis Owen William Vaughan of Caithle John Nanny Edmond Meirick Humphrey Hughes John Vaughan Rowland Vaughan Richard Anwill Ellis Edwards William Tueir John Morgans Es?uirs John Owen of Havod-dowilth Richard Jones Anthony Poole Griffith John Lewis Richard Nanny Gent[um] Henry Wynne Morrice Williams Esq[ui]rs Evan Lloyd of Rhiwgech Richard Lloyd of Carrog Gentlemen
For the County of Montgomery Sir John Witterong High Sheriffe Sir Henry Herbert Edward Herbert Andrew Newport Esq[ui]rs Sir Mathew Price Sir Richard Corbet Baronets Sir Edward Lloyd Knight John Pursell Richard Harbert Richard Owen Robert Layton John Blayney John Pugh Francis Buller Charles Salisbury Edmond Wareing John Price of Parke Roger Mostin Mathew Morgan William Penrin Junior Thomas Maurice Edward Glyn of Glyn Edward Evans of Rhidicorrow John Whittingham David Powell Thomas Juckes John Mathews the Elder John Mathew the younger Edward Edwards of Colffin John Bladwell Thomas Winde Thomas Corbet Robert Lee Thomas Jones Henry Pursell William Pierce William Eyton Richard Mitton John Kiffin Francis Fitzherbert Edward Price of Glamahely Robert Griffithes Arthur Weaver William Browne Edward Herbert Esq[ui]rs Evan Vaughan Llodowicke Lewis John Bright of Mellington Meredith Lloyd of Brinellyn John Oakeley Rowland Oakley Edward Wittingham Samuell Biggs Humphrey Nicholas John Lloyd of Cowney Hugh Davies of Trewilin Ellis Lloyd John Bunner Henry Griffithes of Benthall Morgan Evans Gentlemen.
For the Towne and County of Haverford West. The Maior for the time being Sir William Moreton Knight one of his Majestyes Sergiants at Law Sir John Stepney Baronet Sir Hugh Owen Knight and Baronet Rowland Langhorne William Phillips Richard Walter George Howard Thomas Cozens Esq[ui]rs William Williams Henry Bowen Lewis Baron John Williams William Browne Aldermen William Davies Esq[uer] John. Barlow John Thomas Mathew Prynn William Williams junior John Lloyd Richard Jones Gabriell Wade Gentlemen.
For the County of Pembrooke Sir William Moreton Knight one of his Majestyes Sergiants at Law Sir Erasmus Phillips Sir John Stepney Baronets Sir Hugh Owen Sir John Lort Knights and Baronets Sir Harbert Perrot Knight Griffith Dawes Arthur Owen Essex Megrick Rowland Llanghome Hugh Owen Lewis Barlow Hugh Bowen Henry White William Phillips Walter Cuny James Bowen Isaac Lloyd George Haward William Scourfield William Mordant David Morgan Thomas Corbet James Lloyd George Owen Esq[ui]rs Thomas Warren Thomas Powell Hugh Langhorne Thomas Owen John Mathias John Langhorne Thomas Wogan John Lort William Owen of Cameog Thomas Lloyd John Thomas.
Towne of Pembrooke.
For the Towne of Pembrooke The Maior for the time being Mathew Bowen Richard Browne Gentlemen
Towne of Tenby
For the Towne of Tenby The Maior for the time being Richard Wiat Rice Barrow David Palmer Gentlemen.
For the County of Radnor Sir Richard Lloyd Knight Arthur Trevor Esq[uer] Sir Henry Williams Baronet Sir Edward Harley Knight of the Bath Sir Robert Harley Knight George Gwyne Richard Fowler James Price Thomas Corbet Henry Williams Lewis Morgan John Walcot Thomas Harley Samuell Powell Nicholas Tayler Evan Davies Andrew Phillips Charles Lewis Henry Probert Herbert Weston James Becke one of his Majestyes Sergiants at Armes. Henry Stedman Griffith Jones Hugh Powell Richard Meredith Thomas Ecleston Robert Cutler Esq[ui]rs Francis Rickards John Rickards Rowland Higgens Gent? The Bayliffe of New Radnor for the time being Marmaduke Bull Gentleman.
III. Commissioners to meet 10th March;
and may divide themselves.
And bee it further enacted and declared that the severall Co[m]mis?ers aforesaid shall meete together at the most usuall and co[m]mon place of meeting within each of the said Countyes Cittyes Burrouphes Townes and Places respectively on or before the tenth day of March now next ensueing And the said Co[m]mis?ers or soe many of them as shall be present at the said First Generall Meeting or the major part of them are hereby authorized and required to putt this [Present (fn. 54) ] Act in execution according to the best of their Judgements and Discretions and shall then if they see cause subdivide and distribute themselves soe into lesser numbers as two or more of the said Co[m]mis?ers may be appointed for the service of each Hundred or other Division and as may best conduce to the carrying on of His Majestyes Service hereby required.
IV. Commissioners at their First Meeting to agree what Number are to act in each Division.
And for the more effectuall performance thereof Bee it enacted and declared That the Co[m]mis?ers at the aforesaid First Generall Meeting or the major part of them shall agree and sett downe in writeing who and what number of the said Co[m]mis?ers shall act in each of the said Divisions or Hundreds To the end that there be noe failure in any part of the due execution of the Service by this Act required.
V. Two Commissioners may cause Proportions charged on Divisions to be taxed, and to appoint Assessors,
The Duty of Assessors.
And bee it enacted and declared [by the Authority aforesaid (fn. 54) ] That the Co[m]mis?ers within the severall Divisions or Hundreds or any Two or more of them are hereby authorized and required to cause the said severall Proportions charged on the respective Divisions and on every Parish and Place therein for the said three yeares Assessment to be equally assessed and taxed and to appoint two or more Assessors in each Parish or Place for the perfecting thereof who are hereby required with all care and diligence to assesse the same equally by a Pound rate upon all Lands Tenements Hereditaments Annuities Rents Parkes Warrens Goods Chattells Stocke Merchandize Offices other then Judiciall and Military Offices and Offices relateing to the Navy under the Command of the Lord High Admirall and Offices within his Majestyes Household Tolls Proffitts and all other Estates both reall and personall within the Limitts Circuits and Bounds of their respective Parishes and Places.
VI. First Payment to Receiver General, and by him into the Exchequer.
Second; Third; Fourth; Fifth; Sixth; Seventh; Eighth.; Ninth.; Tenth.; Eleventh.; Twelfth.
And bee it further enacted by the Authority aforesaid That the summe of Two hundred and six thousand fower hundred fifty and eight pounds six shillings eight pence being the first of the said Twelve quarterly payments hereby imposed shall be assessed collected leavyed and paid into the Receivour Generall of the said severall Countyes who shall be appointed by His Majestie And who are hereby required to transmitt or cause the same to be paid into His Majestyes Receipt of His Exchequer on or before the First day of May in the yeare of our Lord One thousand six hundred sixty and five And the summe of Two hundred and six thousand fower hundred and fifty and eight pounds six shillings eight pence being the second of the said Quarterly payments on or before the First day of August in the yeare of our Lord One thousand six hundred sixty five, And the summe of Two hundred and six thousand fower hundred and fifty and eight pounds six shillings and eight pence being the third of the said Quarterly payments on or before the First day of November in the yeare of one Lord One thousand six hundred sixty five, And the sume of Two hundred and six thousand fower hundred and fifty and eight pounds six shillings [and (fn. 55) ] eight pence being the fourth of the said Quarterly payments on or before the First day of February in the yeare of our. Lord One thousand six hundred sixty five, And the summe of Two hundred and six thousand fower hundred and fifty and eight pounds six shillings eight pence being the fifth of the said Quarterly payments on or before the First day of May in the yeare of our Lord One thousand six hundred sixty six, And the summe of Two hundred and six thousand fower hundred and fifty and eight pounds six shillings eight pence being the sixth of the said Quarterly payments on or before the First day of August in the yeare of our Lord One thousand six hundred sixty six And the summe of Two hundred and six thousand fower hundred and fifty and eight pounds six shillings eight pence being the seaventh of the said Quarterly payments on or before the First day of November in the yeare of our Lord One thousand six hundred sixty six And the Summe of Two hundred and six thousand fower hundred and fifty and eight pounds six shillings eight pence being the eighth of the said Quarterly payments on or before the First day of February in the yeare of our Lord One thousand six hundred sixty six, And the summe of Two hundred and six thousand fower hundred and fifty and eight pounds six shillings eight pence being the ninth of the said Quarterly payments on or before the First day of May in the yeare of our Lord One thousand six hundred sixty seaven, And the summe of Two hundred and six thousand fower hundred and fifty and eight pounds six shillings eight pence being the tenth of the said Quarterly payments on or before the First day of August in the yeare of our Lord One thousand six hundred sixty seaven, And the summe of Two hundred and six thousand fower hundred and fifty and eight pounds six shillings eight pence being the eleaventh of the said Quarterly payments on or before the First day of November in the yeare of our Lord One thousand six hundred sixty seaven, And the summe of Two hundred and six thousand fower hundred and fifty and eight pounds six shillings eight pence being the twelfth of the said Quarterly payments on or before the First day of February in the yeare of our Lord One thousand six hundred sixty seaven:
VII. Assessors to deliver a Copy of Assessment subscribed by them to Commissioners, who are to sign and seal Two Duplicates thereof, and deliver one to Sub-collector,
and the other to Receiver General, who is to transmit the same to the Exchequer.
And for the compleating of the whole summe charged upon the same, and to the end the aforesaid summes charged upon the severall and respective Countyes Cittyes Burroughes Townes and places may be equally and indifferently assessed according to the true intent of this Act and the money duely collected and true acompt thereof made the said Assessors are hereby required to deliver one Copy of their respective Assesments fairly written and subscribed by them unto the said Co[m]mis?ers and the said Co[m]mis?ers or any two or more of them are hereby ordered and required to signe and seale two Duplicates of the said Assesments, and the one of them to deliver or cause to be delivered to one or more honest and responsable person or persons to be Sub collector or Sub Collectors which the said Co[m]mis?ers are hereby authorized to nominate and appoint for each Parish or place with Warrant to the said Sub Collector or Sub Collectors to collect the said Assesment payable as aforesaid soe as the said severall summes may be paid in to the said Receivers Generall and by them into the Receipt of his Majesties Exchequer at the respective times aforesaid and the said Co[m]mis?ers are hereby required to deliver or cause to be delivered the other of the said Duplicates of each Parish or place to the Receivour Generall of each County Citty Towne or place respectively to be by him the said Receivour Generall transmitted into the Kings Remembrancers Office in the Exchequer which the said Receiver Generall is required to performe accordingly
VIII. Head Collector to be appointed by Commissioners.
Head Collector to pay to Receiver General.
And bee it further enacted and declared That the said Co[m]mi?ers in their respective Divisions or Hundreds or any two or more of them shall and are hereby impowered to nominate and appoint under their Hands and Seales an honest able and responsable person to bee Head collector unto whom the moneyes received by the Sub collector within the Division or Hundred shall from time to time be duely paid, And the said Head collector is hereby required upon the receipt thereof to pay the same forthwith to the Receivour Generall of each County respectively
IX. Collectors to pay to the Receivers General, who are to transmit Monies to the Exchequer.
Salary to Receiver General.; What the Duplicate to be returned into the Exchequer is to contain.
And bee it further enacted and declared That the perticular Collectors and Sub Collectors are hereby required to pay in all and every the summes soe received by them to the said Receivors Generall aforesaid who are hereby required [forthwith (fn. 56) ] to transmitt or cause to be paid the moneyes by them received into the Receipt of his Majesties Exchequer, And the said Lord Tre?r is hereby authorized to allow the said Receivour Generall of each County Citty and Towne respectively in case he hath returned up as aforesaid a Duplicate of the Assesment. of each Parish or place in County Citty or Towne for which he is appointed Receivour Generall a Sallary for his paines not exceeding one penny in the pound upon the clearing of his Accompt which Duplicate soe to be returned into the Kings Remembrancers Office in the Exchequer is intended to containe noe more then the summes in grosse to be collected by each Sub Collector and the severall Names of the said Sub Collectors.
X. Allowance to Sub-collectors 1d. in the Pound, to be paid by Head Collectors.
Allowance to Head Collectors 1d. in the Pound, to be paid by Receiver General.; Allowance to Commissioners Clerks 1d. in the Pound, to be paid by Receiver General.
And it is hereby further enacted and declared that the Sub Collectors of each Parish or place which shall be appointed by vertue of this Act shall ( (fn. 57) ) upon collection of the whole Summe appointed to be collected by them and payment thereof as is hereby and before appointed have and receive for their paines in collecting and paying the moneyes one penny in the pound which the said severall Head Collectors are hereby authorized to pay unto them, and the severall Head Collectors which shall be appointed by vertue of this Act shall upon the payment of the whole summe due from their Hundred or Division to the Receiver Generall of each County have and receive for their paines in receiving and paying the said moneyes one penny in the pound which each [Receiour (fn. 58) ] Generall is hereby authorized to pay and allow unto them accordingly, and alsoe upon Receipt of the whole Assesment of the County Citty or Towne for which he is appointed Receivour Generall in case he hath, received the severall Duplicates of each Parish or place therein and not otherwise to allow and pay according to such Warrant as shall be in that behalfe given by the said Co[m]mis?ers or any three of them one penny in the pound for the Co[m]mis?ers Clerkes for their paines in faire writeing the Assesments Duplicates and Copies.
XI. No Head Collectors to be appointed in Cities, &c. where there is a Receiver General, except London.
Provided That noe Head Collectors shall be appointed for any Citty or Towne which is by this Act perticularly charged with the payment of any summe towards the Assesment hereby to be levyed and for which a Receivour Generall is to be appointed excepting within the Citty of London.
XII. Refusing to pay Assessment ;
Distress; Collectors, &c. in the Day-time may break open Houses, Chests, &c. upon Warrant from Commissioners, calling to their Assistance Constables, &c. who are to be aiding; Commissioners to settle Questions arising upon Distress.; Refusing, &c. to pay, conveying away Goods, &c. Imprisonment.; Proviso for Peers.
And be it enacted and declared That if any person shall refuse or neglect to pay any summe of money whereat he shall be rated or assessed That then it shall and may be lawfull to and for the said Collectors Subcollectors or any of them who are hereby authorized and required thereunto to leavy the summe assessed by, distresse and sale of the Goods of such persons soe refuseing or negclecting to pay deducting the summe assessed and reasonable charges of destraining and restore the Overplus to the Owner thereof And to breake open in the. day time any house, and upon Warrant under the Hands and Seales of two or more of the said Co[m]mis?ers any Chest Trunke or Box or other things where any such Goods are and to call to their assistance the Constables, Tythingmen and Headboroughes within the Countyes Cittyes Townes or places where any refusall negclect or resistance shall be made which said Officers and Forces are hereby required to be aiding and assisting in the Premisses as they will answere the contrary at their perrills, And if any question or difference happen upon takeing of such Distresses betweene the partyes distressed or distrained the same shall be ended and determined by the said Co[m]mis?ers or any two or more of them, And if any person or persons shall refuse or negclect to pay his or their Assesment and convey his or their Goods or other personall Estate whereby the summe of money soe assessed cannot be levyed according to this Act then the respective Co[m]mis?ers or any two or more of them are hereby authorized to imprison the person (except a Peere or Peeres of this Realme) and him and them in Prison to detaine and keepe untill the money soe assessed and the charges for the bringing in the same be paid and satisfied and noe longer.
XIII. Tenants may pay the Tax and deduct out of Rent.
Landlords to allow Deduction.
And the severall and respective Tenants or Tenant of all Houses and Lands which shall be rated by vertue of this Act are hereby required and authorized to pay such Summe or Summes of Money as shall be rated upon such House or Lands and to deduct out of the Rent soe much of the said Rates as in respect of the said Rents of every such House and Lands the Landlord should or ought to pay and beare And the said Landlords' both mediate and im[m]ediate according to their respective Interests are hereby required to allow such Deductions and Payments upon the receipt of the residue of the Rents.
XIV. Acquittance to Tenant paying.
Commissioners to decide Differences between Landlord and Tenant.
And it is enacted and declared That every Tenant paying the said Assessment shall be acquitted and discharged for soe much Money as the said Assesment shall amount unto as if the same had beene actually paid unto such person or persons unto whom his Rents should have beene due and payable And if any difference shall arise betweene Landlord and Tennant or any other concerning the said Rates the said severall Coo[m]mis?ers or any two or more of them in their severall Divisions shall and have hereby power to setle the same as they shall thinke fitt,
XV. Persons over-rated Commissioners may relieve.
If Proportions not fully assessed, or Persons charged not of Ability, or Assessment on empty House, or Assessment not paid to Receiver General; Re-assessment, &c.
And if any person or persons shall finde him or themselves agreved in that the Assessors have overrated him or them and shall within six dayes after demand made of the summe of money assessed on him or them complaine to two or more Coo[m]mis?ers whereof one of the Coo[m]mis?ers who signed or allowed his or their Assesment to be one, the said Coo[m]mis?ers or any two or more of them shall have and have hereby power within Twelve dayes after the demand of the Assessment as aforesaid to releive such person or persons and to charge the same on such other person or persons as they shall see cause, And in case the proportions sett by this Act upon all and every the respective Countyes Cittyes Townes and Places shall not be fully assessed leavyed and paid according to the true meaning thereof or that if any of the said Assessments shall be rated and imposed upon any person not being of ability to pay the same, or upon any empty or void House or Land where the same [can (fn. 59) ] not be collected or levyed, or that through any wilfulnes negligence or mistake or accident the said Assesment charged upon each County Citty Towne or Place by vertue of this Act happens not to be paid to the Receivour Generall of the respective Countyes as in this Act is directed that then in all and every such cases the severall and respective Coo[m]mis?ers Assessors and Collectors aforesaid and every of them respectively are hereby authorized and required to assesse or reassesse or cause to be assessed or reassessed levyed and paid all and every such summe or summes of money upon the respective Countyes Cittyes Townes and Places or upon any of the Divisions Hundreds and Parishes therein as to the said Coo[m]mis?ers or such number of them as by this Act are authorized to cause the first Assesment hereby required to be made shall seeme most agreable to equity and justice, the said new Assesment to be made collected and paid in such manner and by such meanes as in this Act for this Assesment is declared and directed.
XVI. Officers neglecting Duty;
Commissioners may fine, not exceeding £20; Fines paid to Receiver General, and by him into Exchequer.
And be it further enacted and declared by the Authoritie aforesaid That if any person or persons shall wilfully negclect or refuse to performe his or their duty in the [true (fn. 60) ] and speedy execution of this present Act the said respective Co[m]mis?ers or any Three or more of them have hereby power to impose on such person or persons soe refuseing or negclecting their dutyes such Fine or Fines as to them shall be thought fitt and to cause the same to be levyed by Distresse and Sale of his and their Goods Provided that noe Fine to be imposed by any of the said Coo[m]mis?ers shall for any one Offence exceed the summe of Twenty pounds, And that all Fines that shall be imposed by vertue of this Act shall be paid to the respective Receivours Generall and by them to the Receipt of His Majestyes Exchequer
XVII. Collector not paying Monies received by him;
Commissioners may imprison and seize Real and Personal Estate; and may appoint a general Meeting of Commissioners on Notice; and if Monies not paid, may sell the said Estates for Payment, of Commreturning Overplus,.
And it is further enacted and declared That if any Collector or Subcollector that shall by vertue of this Act be appointed for the receipt of any summe or summes of money thereby to be assessed shall negclect or refuse to pay any summe or summes of money which shall by him be received as aforesaid and not pay the same as in and by this Act is directed and shall detaine in his or their hands any money received by them or any of them and not pay the same as by this Act is directed, the Comissers of each County Citty or Towne respectively or any Two or more of them in their respective Divisions are hereby authorized and impowered to imprison the person and seize and secure the Estate both reall and personall of such Collector or Subcollector to them respectively belonging or which shall descend or come into the hands or possession of their Heires Executors or Administrators where ever the same can be discovered and found, And the said Coo[m]mis?ers who shall soe seize and secure the Estate of any Collector or Subcollector shall be and are hereby impowered to appoint a time for the Generall Meeting of the [said (fn. 61) ] Coo[m]mis?ers of such County Citty or Towne and there to cause publique notice to be given at the place where such Meeting shall be appointed ten dayes at least before such Generall Meeting, and the Coo[m]mis?ers present at such Generall Meeting or the major part of them in case the moneyes detained by Collectors or Subcollectors be not paid or satisfied as it ought to be according to the directions of this Act shall and are hereby impowered and required to sell and dispose of all such Estates which shall be for the cause aforesaid seised and secured or any part of them and satisfie and pay such County and Place the Summe that shall be soe detained in the hands of such Collector or Subcollector and returne the Overplus deducting necessary charges to such Collector or Subcollector their Heires Executors and Administrators respectively.
XVIII. Commissioners to call Collectors, &c; before them to account;
and in case of Failure of Monies, to levy the same forthwith.
And it is hereby further enacted and declared That at the expiration of the respective times in this Act prescribed for the full payment of the said quarterly Assesments the severall and respective Coo[m]mis?ers or any Two of them within their Division and Hundred shall and are hereby required to call before them the cheife Collectors and Subcollectors within each respective Division and Hundred to examine and assure themselves of the full and whole payment of the perticular Summe and Summes of Money charged upon the said Division Hundred and every Parish and Place therein and of the due Returne of the same into the Hands of the Receivour Generall of the said County Citty Towne and Place respectively, And by such Receivour Generall to the Receipt of His Majestyes Exchequer to the end there may be noe failure in the payment of any part of the Assesment by vertue of this Act to be assessed and paid nor any Arreares remaine chargeable upon any [the said (fn. 62) ] Countyes Cittyes Townes or Places respectively And in case of any failure in the Premisses the said Coo[m]mis?ers or any Two of them are hereby to cause the same to be forthwith leavyed and paid according to the true intent and meaning of this Act.
XIX. Commissioners not to vote in their own Case.
And it is hereby, enacted and declared That in case any Controversy arise concerning the said Assesments or the dividing apportioning or payment thereof which concerne any of the Coo[m]mis?ers by this Act appointed, that the Co[m]mis?ers soe concerned in the said Controversie shall have noe Voice but shall withdraw at the time of the Debate of any such Controversie untill it be determined by the rest of the Coo[m]mis?ers.
XX. Privileged Places, &c. liable.
Tenants of Fee Farm Rents, &c. to pay.; Indemnity to such Tenants.
And bee it hereby enacted and declared That noe Priviledge Place or Person Body Pollitique or Corporate within the Countyes Cittyes and Townes aforesaid shall be exempted from the said Assessments and Taxes and that they and every of them and alsoe all Fee Farme Rents and all other manner of Rents Payments Summes of Moneyes and Annuities issueing out of any Lands within Citty or County shall be lyeable towards the payment of every Summe by this Act to be taxed and leavyed, And all the Tennants of any Fee Farme Rent other Rent summes of Money or Annuityes aforesaid are hereby directed and authorized to pay them proportionably according to the Rates and Assesments by this Act appointed and directed And all such Tennants shall be hereby saved and kepte harmelesse by authoritie of this Act from any further payment of such portion of ( (fn. 62) ) such Rent Rents Summes or Annuityes either to the Exchequer or to any other person or persons to whom any such Rent Rents Summes of Moneyes or Annuityes as aforesaid should or ought to be paid to all intents and purposes whatsoever as fully and as amply as if they had paid the same into the Exchequer or to any person or persons to whom the same is reserved or become due
XXI. Proviso for Universities, Colleges of Windsor, Eaton, &c. Hospitals, &c.
and for Christ's Hospital, and other Hospitals in London and Southwark.
Provided That noe thing contained in this Act shall be extended to charge any Colledge or Hall in either of the Universities or the Colledges of Windsor Eaton Winton or Westminster or any Hospitalls for or in respect of the Scites of the said Colledges [or (fn. 63) ] Halls or Hospitalls nor any Master Fellow or Scholler of any such Colledge or Hall or in any other Free Schooles or any Reader Officer or Minister of the said Universities Colledges or Schooles or of any Hospitalls or Almes houses for or in respect of any stipend wages or proffitt whatsoever ariseing or growing due to them in respect of the said severall Places and Imployments in the said Universities Colledges Schooles Hospitalls or Almeshouses nor to charge any of the Houses or Lands belonging to Christs Hospitall St Bartholimews Bridewell St Thomas and Bethlem Hospitall in the Citty of London and Burrough of Southwarke or any of them for or in respect of any Rents or Revenues payable to the said Hospitalls being to be received and disbursed for the immediate use and releife of the poore in the said Hospitalls.
XXII. Tenants of such Hospitals to pay.
Provided That noe Tennants that hold or enjoy any Lands or Houses by Lease or any other grant from any of the said Hospitalls doe claime and enjoy any freedome exemption or advantage by this Act but that all the Houses and Lands which they soe hold shall be rated and assessed for soe much as they are yearely worth over and above the Rents reserved and payable to the said Hospitalls.
XXIII. Persons in London to be taxed in Parish where they live for Goods, &c. in other Parishes, &c.
Provided alsoe That where any person inhabiting within the Citty of London hath his Dwelling house in one of the Parishes or Wards therein and hath any Goods Wares or Merchandize in one or more of the other Parishes or Wards within the same that then such person shall be charged taxed and assessed for such his Goods or Merchandize in the Parish or Ward where he dweleth and not elsewhere in the said Citty.
XXIV. The whole Sum to be levied.
Commissioners to account.
Provided neverthelesse That noe Clause or Provisoe in this Act shall extend to the lessening or abatement of the full summe by this Act appointed to be taxed leavyed and paid but that the same be fully assessed taxed levyed collected and paid in the severall and respective Countyes Cittyes and Townes aforesaid in such manner and forme and to such uses as is herein before mentioned and declared. And that the severall and respective Coo[m]mis?ers and every of them shall from time to time give a true and perfect Accompt of all their doeings and proceedings in the execution of this Act to the said Lord Treasurer or to other such persons as His Majestie shall appoint.
XXV. In case assessing by a Pound Rate prove prejudicial, then Commissioners to assess by an usual Rate.
Provided alwayes and bee it hereby enacted and declared That in case the way or manner of assessing by a Pound rate shall prove any way prejudiciall or obstructive to the said speedy bringing in of the Assesment or any part thereof appointed by this Act that then and in all such cases the respective Coo[m]mis?ers or any two of them are hereby authorized to order and direct their respective Assessors who are hereby required to proceede accordingly to assesse the respective summes charged on the respective Countyes Cittyes and Burroughes Townes and Places mentioned in this Act according to the most just and usuall way of Rates held and practised in such Countyes Cittyes Burroughes Townes and places respectively Any thing in this Act to the contrary thereof contained in any wise notwithstanding
XXVI. Proviso for Covenants, &c. between Landlord and Tenant.
Provided alwayes That noe thing in this Act contained shall be construed to alter change determine or make void any Contracts Covenants or Agreements whatsoever betweene the Landlord and Tennant touching the payment of Taxes or Assesments Any thing herein before mentioned to the contrary notwithstanding.
XXVII. Places rated to pay and he assessed in such County, &c. as heretofore.
Provided alwayes and be it further enacted and declared by the Authority aforesaid That for the avoiding of all obstructions and delayes in collecting the summes by this Act to be rated and assessed all Places Constablewicks Divisions and Allotments which have used to be rated and assessed shall pay and be assessed in such County Hundred Rape and Wapentake as the same hath heretofore usually beene assessed in and not elsewhere.
XXVIII. In Action for executing Act General Issue may be pleaded.
And bee it further enacted by the Authority aforesaid That if any Action Plaint Suite or Information shall be commenced or prosecuted against any person or persons for what he or they shall doe in pursuance or in execution of this Act such person or persons [soe sued in any Court (fn. 63) ] whatsoever shall or may pleade the Generall Issue Not guilty And upon any Issue joyned may give this Act and the speciall matter in Evidence And if the Plaintiffe or Prosecutor shall become Non suite or forbeare further Prosecution or suffer Discontinuance or if a Verdict passe against him the Defendants shall recover their Treble Costs for which they shall have the like remedy as in any case where Costs by the Law are given to Defendants.
XXIX. Proviso in respect of a Decree in Chancery, as to Lands in Sheriff Hales in the County of Salop.
Provided alwayes That noe thing in this Act shall extend or be construed to invalidate a Decree lately made in the High Court of Chauncery for the quieting of Suites betweene the Counties of Salop and Stafford and for the setleing all future Payments to be imposed on certaine Lands in Sheriffe Hales with the County of Salop And for exempting the said Lands from paying hereafter with the County of Stafford But that the said Decree shall remaine in such (and noe other) force as it did before the makeing of this Act Any thing herein to the contrary notwithstanding.
XXX. Spiritual Revenues chargeable by this Act to be discharged from the two last of the Four Subsidies granted by the Clergy, by 15 Car. II. c. 10.
Provided alwayes and be it enacted by the Authoritie aforesaid That all Spirituall Promotions and all Lands Possessions or Revenues annexed to and all Goods and Chattells growing or renewed upon the same or elsewhere appertaining to the Owners of the said Spirituall Promotions or any of them which are or shall be charged or made contributary by this Act towards the Payments aforesaid dureing the time therein appointed shall be absolutely freed and discharged from the two last of the fower Subsidyes granted by the Clergy to His Majestie His Heires and Successors by an Act made in a former Session of this present Parlyament entituled An Act for confirming of fower Subsidyes granted by the Clergy Any clause or thing in the said Act to the contrary notwithstanding.
XXXI. Head Collectors to give Acquittances to Sub-collectors without Fee.
Receivers General to give Acquittances to Head Collectors without Fee.; Such Acquittances to be a full Discharge to such Collectors, and also to Place, &c. charged.
Provided alwayes and be it enacted by the Authoritie aforesaid That the severall Head Collectors which shall be appointed according to this Act shall from time to time at every Payment appointed thereby give unto the severall Sub Collectors within their respective Precincts upon the Payment of the whole Summe due at such times of Payment from their respective Parishes Constablewicks or places within each of their Collections severall Acquittances under their Hands without takeing any thing for the same And that in like manner at every time of payment appointed by this Act the Receivour Generall of each County shall give unto the severall Headcollectors aforesaid upon the payment of the whole Summe due for their Hundred or Division respectively at each time [of payment (fn. 64) ] aforesaid severall Acquittances under their Hands and Seales without takeing any thing for the same which said Acquittances of the Headcollectors shall be a full and perfect discharge to the Sub Collectors. And the said Acquittances of the Receivour Generall shall be a sufficient discharge to the Headcollectors and to such Hundred Division Constablewicke Parish or place respectively and to every person charged within the said Sub Collectors or Head Collectors Charge against His Majestie His Heires and Successors for the summe or summes of money soe acquitted
XXXII. Remedy against Land or House void of Distress.
Provided alwayes and be it further enacted That in case any Lands or Houses in any Parish Place or Constablewicke shall lye unoccupyed and noe distresse can be found on the same by reason whereof the said Parish Place or Constablewicke are forced to pay and make good the Taxe assessed upon such Lands lyeing unoccupyed That then it shall and may be lawfull at any time [after (fn. 64) ] for the Collectors Constable or Tythingman of the said Parish Place or Constablewicke for the time being to enter and destraine upon the said Lands and Houses when there shall be any Distresse thereupon to be found, And the Distresse and Distresses being the proper Goods of the Owner or any claiming any Estate Interest or Proffitt under him if not redeemed within fower dayes by payment of the Tax and Charge of ( (fn. 65) ) Distresse to sell rendering the Overplus to the Owners or Owners of such Distresse, And the said Collector Constable or Tythingman is hereby enjoyned to distribute the money raised by the said Distresse or Sale thereof proportionably to the partyes who contributed to the Taxe of the said unoccupyed Lands
XXXIII. When Woodlands assessed, and no Distress, Subcollectors, &c. may cut and sell to pay Assessment.
Vendee may cut and sell.
Provided alwayes and be it enacted that where any Woodlands shall be assessed and noe Distresse can be had that in such case it shall and may be lawfull to and for any Sub Collector Constable [Headborough (fn. 64) ] or Tythingman by Warrant under the Hands and Seales of two or more of the Coo[m]mis?ers in that Hundred or Division at seasonable time of the yeare to cutt and sell to any person or persons soe much of the Wood growing on the said Woodlands soe assessed as will pay the Assesment [and (fn. 66) ] Assesments soe behinde and unpaid and the Charge incident thereto, And that it shall and may be lawfull for the person and persons and his Assignee to whom such Wood shall be soe sold to sell cutt downe dispose and carry away the same to his owne use rendering the Overplus if any be to the Owner Any Law to the contrary notwithstanding
XXXIV. Where Assessment on Tithes and other Profits not distrainable not paid, Sub-collector, &c. may seize and sell.
Provided alwayes and be it further enacted That where any Taxe or Assesment shall be charged or laid upon any Tythes Tolls Proffitts of Markets Faires or Fishery or other Annuall Proffitts not destrainable in case the same shall not be paid within fifteene dayes after such Assesment soe charged or laid and demanded then it shall be lawfull to and for the Sub Collector Constable or other Officer thereunto appointed by Warrant under the Hands and Seales of any two or more of the Coo[m]mis?ers authorized by this Act to seise take and sell soe much of the said Tythes Tolls and other Proffitts soe charged as shall be sufficient for the leavying of the said Taxe and Assesment and all Charges occasioned by such Non payment thereof rendering the Overplus to the Owner if any be.
XXXV. Commissioners for Middlesex and Westminster may appoint Assessors.
who are to ascertain and rate Offices, Townships, &c. chargeable, and to return the same to the Commissioners.; Such Assessors to deliver in their Surveys signed to Commissioners.; Commissioners at General Meeting, on Perusal of Surveys, are to cast up the true Revenue of the County, &c., and to apportion a Pound Rate.
And whereas the County of Midlesex and Citty of Westminster are raised in the Monethly Assesment by reason of the new buildings lately erected And that Offices are made chargeable towards the payment of such Assesment To the end that an equall rate may be made and imposed upon the severall Divisions Parishes and Hamblets within the said County and Citty Bee it enacted by this present Parliament and by the Authority thereof That the said Co[m]missers appointed for the said County and Citty of Westminster [or any Three of them (fn. 67) ] shall if they shall thinke it fitt cause two or three of the honest and able Inhabitants in the severall and respective Parishes Towneshipps and Places within the said County and Citty to be named and appointed Assessors who (or any two of them) are to ascertaine and rate the yearely value and proffitts of all Offices belonging to the Courts of Westminster and other Offices chargeable by this Act towards the payment of the said summe sett upon the said County and Citty and all Towneshipps Parishes and Places for which they be appointed Assessors and to returne the same to the said Co[m]mis?sers or to such person or persons as shall be appointed to receive the same, which said Assessors are to deliver in their severall Surveyes perfected and subscribed by them unto the said Co[m]mis?ners or to such [other (fn. 68) ] person or persons as shall be appointed by them or any three of them to receive the same two or three dayes at the least before the second Generall Meeting of the said Co[m]mis?ers to the end that the said Co[m]mis?ers may deliver in all the severall Surveyes to be made throughout the said County at the said second Generall Meeting, at which said Generall Meeting the, said Coo[m]mis?ers or the major part of them then present shall upon view and perusall of the said severall Surveyes cast up the true revenue and yearely proffitts of the whole County Citty and Offices aforesaid to the end that an equall Pound rate may be apportioned upon every Office chargeable by this Act Division Hundred Towneship and Parish according to the proportion and summe of money charged upon the said County and Citty by vertue of this present Act which the said Coo[m]mis?ers or the major part of them then and there assembled are by vertue of this Act authorized and appointed to [apportion (fn. 69) ] and make accordingly.
XXXVI. Proviso for Rights of Peers, Clergy, Universities, &c.
[Provided alwayes That noe thing herein contained shall be drawne into example to the prejudice of the Auntient Rights belonging unto the Lords Spirituall and Temporall or Clergy of this Realme or unto either of the Universityes or unto any Colledges Schooles Almeshouses Hospitalls or Cinque Ports., (fn. 70) ]