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William III, 1700 & 1701: An Act for granting an Aid to His Majesty for defraying the Expence of His Navy Guards and Garrisons for One Year and for other necessary Occasions. [Chapter X. Rot. Parl. 12 § 13 Gul. III. p. 2.]

Pages 648-716

Statutes of the Realm: Volume 7, 1695-1701. Originally published by Great Britain Record Commission, s.l, 1820.

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£1,484, 948 19s. 3¾d. to be raised in, One Year, from 25th March 1701; in Manner following.

Most gracious Sovereign We Your Majesties most dutifull and loyall Subjects the Commons of England in Parliament assembled being desirous to make Provision for the necessary Expence of Your Majesties Navy Guards and Garrisons and for discharging Part of the Debt owing to Seamen and towards the Support of the Publick Credit and for other important Occasions have chearfully and unanimously given and granted unto Your Majesty the Rates and Assessments hereafter mentioned and we do humbly beseech Your Majesty that it may be enacted And be it enacted by the Kings most Excellent Majesty by and with the Advice and Consent of the Lords Spiritual and Temporal and Co[m]mons in this present Parliament assembled and by the Authority of the same That the Sum of One million four hundred eighty four thousand nine hundred forty eight Pounds Nineteene Shillings Three Pence Three Farthings shall be raised levied and paid unto His Majesty within the Space of One Year from the Five and twentieth Day of March One thousand seven hundred and one and shall be assessed and taxed in the several Counties Cities Boroughs Towns and Places within the Kingdom of England Dominion of Wales and Town of Berwick upon Tweed according to the Proportions and in the Manner following that is to say

For the Town of Bedford the Sum of Five hundred and nineteen Pounds Eight Shillings Three Pence Three Farthings

For the rest of the County of Bedford the Sum of Twenty thousand eight hundred ninety and six Pounds Twelve Shillings Tenne Pence and Seven [Eights (fn. 1) ] of a Penny

For the Borough of New Windsor and Castle there the Sum of Seven hundred thirty three Pounds Seventeen Shillings and Six Pence

For the rest of the County of Berks the Summ of Thirty thousand and fifty six Pounds Thirteene Shillings

For the Borough of Bucks with Borton Borton-hold Prebend-end Gawcott and Lenborow the Sum of Four hundred fifty nine Pounds Fifteen Shillings Four Pence and One Eighth of a Penny

For the Borough of Wicombe the Summe of Two hundred sixty nine Pounds Three Shillings and One Penny Half penny

For the rest of the County of Bucks the Summe of Thirty five thousand and sixteene Pounds Fourteen Shillings Seaven Pence and Seven [Eights (fn. 1) ] of a Penny.

For the University and Towne of Cambridge the Summe of Two thousand one hundred thirty four Pounds Twelve Shillings Three Pence and Three Farthings

For the Isle of Ely the Summe of Six thousand and six Pounds Four Shillings Two Pence and Five [Eights (fn. 1) ] of a Penny

For the rest of the County of Cambridge the Summe of Sixteene thousand four hundred seventy eight Pounds Fifteen Shillings Eight Pence and Five [Eights (fn. 1) ] of a Penny

For the City and County of the City of Chester the Summe of One thousand one hundred eighty eight Pounds Five Shillings and Three Pence

For the County of Chester the Summe of Twenty thousand two hundred sixty and one Pounds Four Shillings One Penny and Seven [Eights (fn. 1) ] of a Penny

For the County of Cornwall the Summe of Twenty three thousand nine hundred eighty one Pounds Nine Shillings and Six Pence

For the County of Cumberland the Summe of Two thousand seven hundred eighty five Pounds Eight Shillings Seven Pence and Seven [Eights (fn. 1) ] of a Penny

For the County of Derby the Summe of Eighteen thousand and seventy Pounds Nine Shillings Ten Pence and One Eighth of a Penny

For the City and County of the City of Exon the Summe of Three thousand five hundred thirty one Pounds Four Pence and One Eighth of a Penny

For the County of Devon the Summe of Fifty eight thousand four hundred and six Pounds Seven Shillings One Penny and Seven Eighths of a Penny

For the Town and County of the Town of Poole the Summe of Two hundred forty six Pounds One Shilling and Six Pence

For the County of Dorsett the Summe of Twenty four thousand five hundred ninety one Pounds Four Shillings One Penny and Seven Eighths of a Penny

For the County of Durham the Summe of Seven thousand nine hundred forty eight Pounds Five Shillings Ten Pence and One Eighth of a Penny

For the West Riding of the County of York the Summe of Twenty nine thousand five hundred twenty one Pounds Ten Shillings Nine Pence. Three Farthings.

For the North Riding of the County of York the Summe of Nineteen thousand eight hundred thirty eight Pounds Two Shillings and Nine Pence.

For the East Riding of the County of York the Summe of Fourteene thousand three hundred forty five Pounds Seven Shillings and Two Pence Farthing

For the City of York and County of the same City the Summe of Three thousand four hundred seventy nine Pounds and Eleven Shillings.

For the Towne and County of the Towne of Kingston upon Hull the Summe of One thousand five hundred thirty nine Pounds Sixteene Shillings and Nine Pence.

For the Town of Malden in the County of Essex the Summe of Four hundred forty seven Pounds Thirteen Shillings and Six Pence

For the Town of Colchester the Summe of Two thousand one hundred seventy five Pounds One Shilling Eight Pence Farthing

For the Towne of Harwich and Dover Court the Summe of Three hundred and two Pounds Fourteen Shillings and Nine Pence

For the rest of the County of Essex the Summe of Sixty five thousand three hundred twenty nine Pounds Sixteen Shillings Three Pence Three Farthings

For the City and County of the City of Gloucester the Summe of One thousand forty seven Pounds Three Shillings and Six Pence

For the whole County of Gloucester the Summe of Thirty four thousand five hundred ninety four Pounds Sixteen Shillings One Penny Half penny

For the City of Hereford the Sum of [Five hundred (fn. 2) ] seventy two Pounds and Eighteen Shillings

For the Borough of Leominster the Summe of Two hundred and fifty Pounds Six Shillings and Nine Pence

For the rest of the whole County of Hereford the Summe of Fourteen thousand four hundred eighty three Pounds Fifteene Shillings and Three Pence

For the Borough of Saint Alban in the County of Hertford the Summe of Five hundred and eighty Pounds Eleven Shillings and Six Pence

For the rest of the whole County of Hertford the Summe of Thirty one thousand six hundred forty nine Pounds Seven Shillings and Six Pence

For the Town of Huntingdon the Summe of Three hundred twenty four Pounds Nine Shillings and Six Pence

For the rest of the County of Huntingdon the Summe of Eleven thousand two hundred ninety eight Pounds Nine Shillings and Three Pence

For the City and County of the City of Canterbury the Summe of One thousand three hundred twenty one Pounds Fourteen Shillings and Three Pence

For the Town and Liberty of Dover the Summe of One thousand four hundred forty two Pounds Fifteen Shittgs and Three Pence Three Farthings

For the Town of Folkstone the Summe of One hundred and eight Pounds Fourteen Shillings and Three Pence

For the Town of Fordwich the Summe of Fifty eight Pounds and One Shillings

For the Town of Feversham the Summe of Three hundred eighty nine Pounds Twelve Shillings Eight Pence Farthing

For the Town of Tenderden the Summe of Seven hundred seventy four Pounds Four Shillings and Six Pence

For the Town and Liberty of Sandwich the Sume of Seven hundred forty three Pounds Seventeen Shillings Four Pence Half penny

For the Town and Port of New Romney the Summe of One hundred eighty seven Pounds Seven Shillings and Nine Pence

For the Town of Lyd the Summe of Five hundred seventy seven Pounds Nine Shillings Seven Pence Half penny

For the Town and Port of Hith and West-Hith within the Liberty of the said Town and Port the Summe of One hundred eighty four Pounds Eleven Shillings and Six Pence.

For the rest of the whole County of Kent the Summe of Fifty six thousand seven hundred ninety four Pounds and Three Shillings

For the County of Lancaster the Summe of Fifteene thousand seven hundred forty two Pounds Five Shillings Ten Pence and Seven Eighths of a Penny

For the Borough of Leicester the Summe of Four hundred seventy nine Pounds and Fourteen Shillings

For the rest of the County of Leicester the Summe of Twenty five thousand six hundred seventy four Pounds Five Shillings Four Pence and One Eighth of a Penny

For the County of Lincoln with the City and County of the City of Lincoln the Summe of Fifty four thousand one hundred sixty nine Pounds Seventeen Shillings and Nine Pence

For the City of London the Summe of Ninety two thousand and five hundred Pounds Eleven Shillings Eleven Pence One Farthing

For Serjeants Inn in Fleet-street the Summe of Forty eight Pounds and Eighteen Shillings

For Serjeants Inn in Chancery Lane the Su[m]me of Twenty three Pounds and Eight Shillings

For the Inner Temple and Inns of Chancery thereunto belonging the Summe of Three hundred Pounds

For the Middle Temple and Inns of Chancery thereunto belonging the Summe of Two hundred and four Pounds Twelve Shillings

For the Society of Lincolns Inn and Inns of Chancery thereunto belonging the Summe of Two hundred fifty six Pounds and Seven Pence Halfe penny.

For Grays Inn and the Inns of Chancery thereunto belonging the Summe of One hundred eighty nine Pounds and Ten Shillings

For the Palaces of Whitehall and Saint James's and Somerset House the Summe of Eight thousand and fourteene Pounds Fourteen Shillings

For the City of Westminster and Liberties thereof and Offices executed in Westminster Hall the Summe of Forty seven thousand five hundred ninety three Pounds Ten Shillings Four Pence and Seven Eighths of a Penny

For the rest of the County of Middlesex the Summe of Eighty one thousand six hundred eighty four Pounds Seven Shillings Two Pence Farthing

For the County of Monmouth the Summe of Seven thousand three hundred fifty nine Pound [Four Shillings (fn. 3) ] Ten Pence and One Eighth of a Penny

For the City and County of the City of Norwich the Summe of Six thousand three hundred eighty eight Pounds Eighteen Shillings Eleven Pence One Farthing

For the Borough of Great Yarmouth the Summe of Two thousand one hundred and fifteen Pounds Two Shillings Three Pence Three Farthings

For the Borough of Kings Lynn the Summe of One thousand three hundred sixty one Pounds and Six Pence

For so much of the Borough of Thetford as lies in the County of Norfolk the Summe of One hundred seventy nine Pounds and Five Shillings

For the rest of the whole County of Norfolk the Sum[m] of Fifty three thousand four hundred fifty one Pounds Two Shillings and Six Pence

For the Towne of Northampton the Summe of Six hundred twenty [two (fn. 3) ] Pounds Fifteen Shillings Ten Pence Half penny

For the rest of the County of Northampton the Summe of Thirty five thousand four hundred fifty seven Pounds Fourteen Shillings Two Pence Farthing

For the Town and County of the Town of Newcastle upon Tyne the Summe of One thousand nine hundred thirty five Pounds Twelve Shillings and Three Pence

For the Town of Berwick upon Tweed the Summe of One hundred and eight Pounds Seventeen Shillings and Three Pence.

For the County of Northumberland the Summe of Eight thousand eight hundred sixty seven Pounds Three Shillings and Six Pence

For the Town and County of the Town of Nottingham the Summe of One thousand two hundred and ten Pounds Seventeen Shillings Eleven Pence and Five Eighths of a Penny

For the County of Nottingham the Summe of Nineteen thousand two hundred forty six Pounds Ten Shillings One Penny Half penny

For the University of Oxon the Summe of Eighty three Pounds Seventeen Shillings and Ten Pence Half penny

For the City of Oxon the Summe of Two thousand seven hundred and sixteen Pounds Nineteen Shillings Four Pence Half penny

For the rest of the County of Oxon the Summe of Twenty six thousand five hundred eighty six Pounds Twelve Shillings Five Pence Farthing

For the County of Rutland the Summe of Four thousand one hundred forty three Pounds [Seventeen Shillings (fn. 3) ] Ten Pence and Seven Eighths of Penny

For the Town of Ludlow the Summe of One hundred sixty nine Pounds Eleven Shillings and Six Pence

For the County of Salop the Summe of Twenty one thousand six hundred twenty six Pounds Two Shillings Ten Pence and One Eighth of a Penny

For the City and County of the City of Bristol the Summe of Five thousand five hundred forty three Pounds and Thirteen Shillings

For the City of Bath the Summe of Three hundred thirty two Pounds Nine Shillings and Six Pence

For the City of Wells the Summe of Three hundred sixty one Pounds Eight Shillings One Penny Half penny

For the Borough of Bridgwater with Haygrove Tything the Summe of Two hundred seventy four Pounds Thirteen Shillings and Nine Pence

For the rest of the County of Somerset the Summe of Forty seven thousand eight hundred forty two Pounds Thirteen Shillings and Three Pence

For the Town and County of the Town of Southampton the Summe of Five hundred ninety five Pounds Seventeen Shillings and Six Pence Three Farthings

For the Isle of Wight the Summe of Four thousand seven hundred and five Pounds and Seven Shillings

For the rest of the County of Southampton the Summe of Thirty six thousand and eighty nine Pounds Nineteen Shillings Eleven Pence and Five Eighths of a Penny

For the City and County of the City of Litchfield the Summe of Three hundred and fifteen Pounds Fourteen Shillings and Six Pence

For the County of Stafford the Summe of Twenty thousand and twenty five Pounds Two Shillings and Ten Pence Half penny

For the Town of Ipswich the Summe of One thousand five hundred forty five Pounds Seventeen Shillings and Seven Pence Half penny

For the Borough of Bury Saint Edmonds the Summe of One thousand five hundred ninety five Pounds One Shilling and Three Pence

For the Borough of Dunwich the Summe of Thirty Pounds Two Shillings and Seven [Pence (fn. 3) ] Half penny

For the Borough of Eye the Summe of Three hundred seventy six Pounds and Ten Shillings

For the Borough of Sudbury the Summe of Three hundred seventy nine Pounds Sixteen Shillings and Six Pence.

For so much of the Borough of Thetford as lies in Suffolk the Summe of Fifty nine Pounds and Eight Shillings

For the rest of the County of Suffolk the Summe of Fifty one thousand three hundred seventy seven Pounds Twelve Shillings Ten Pence Half penny

For the County of Surrey the Summe of Fifty thousand two hundred sixty and one Pounds One Penny and Seven Eighths of a Penny

For the Town and Port of Hastings and Liberty thereof the Summe of Two hundred eighty three Pounds Fourteen Shillings and Six Pence

For the Liberty of Seaford the Summe of One hundred and six Pounds Eight Shillings and Six Pence

For the Liberty of Pevensey the Summe of Eight hundred and sixteen Pounds [Seven (fn. 4) ] Shillings and Six Pence

For the Town and Parish of Rye the Summe of Three hundred fifty five Pounds Eight Shillings and Six Pence

For the Town of Winchilsea the Summe of Three hundred and three Pounds and Fifteene Shillings

For the rest of the County of Sussex the Summe of Forty three thousand seven hundred forty nine Pounds Six Shillings and Nine Pence Three Farthings

For the City and County of the City of Coventry the Summe of One thousand eight hundred forty seven Pounds Sixteen Shillings and Three Farthings

For the County of Warwick the Summe of Twenty eight thousand and fifty Pounds Eleven Shillings and Eleven Pence One Farthing

For the City and County of the City of Worcester the Summe of One thousand six hundred seventy nine Pounds Twelve Shillings and Three Pence

For the County of Worcester the Summe of Twenty three thousand five hundred ninety three Pounds One Shilling and Eight Pence Farthing.

For the City of New Sarum the Close of the same and Clarendon Park the Summe of One thousand four hundred fifty one Pounds Seventeen Shillings and Four Pence Half penny

For the rest of the County of Wilts the Summe of Thirty seven thousand three hundred and two Pounds Eight Shillings and Six Pence Three Farthings

For the County of Westmerland the Summe of Two thousand two hundred eighty three Pounds Seventeene Shillings Ten Pence and One Eighth of a Penny

For the Isle of Anglesea the Summe of One thousand two hundred twenty and five Pounds and Eleven Pence Farthing

For the Borough of Brecon the Su[m]me of One hundred thirty three Pounds Nine Shillings and Nine Pence

For the rest of the County of Brec[i]on the Summe of Two thousand one hundred fifty five Pounds Eight Shillings and Nine Pence

For the County of Cardigan the Summe of One thousand twenty and nine Pounds Twelve Shillings and One Penny Half penny

For the County Borough of Carmarthen the Summe of One hundred seventy two Pounds and Nine Shillings

For the County of Carmarthen the Summe of Three thousand one hundred and five Pounds Two Shillings Eleven Pence and Five Eighths of a Penny

For the County of Carnarvon the Summe of One thousand seven hundred fifty two Pounds Nineteen Shillings Eleven Pence Farthing

For the County of Denbigh the Summ of Five thousand and one hundred Pounds

For the County of Flint the Summe of One thousand seven hundred thirty six Pounds Two Shillings and Nine Pence

For the County of Glamorgan the Summe of Five thousand nine hundred twenty nine Pounds Seventeen Shillings and Four Pence Half penny

For the County of Merioneth the Summe of One thousand eight hundred twenty four Pounds Eleven Shillings Ten Pence Half Penny

For the County of Montgomery the Summe of Four thousand three hundred eighty nine Pounds Thirteen Shillings and Nine Pence

For the County of Pembroke the Summe of Two thousand two hundred forty eight Pounds Eight Shillings Three Pence and Three Eighths of a Penny.

For the County of Radnor the Summe of Two thousand and nineteen Pounds Four Shillings and Six Pence &

For the Town and County of the Town of Haverford West the Summe of One hundred thirty one Pounds and Three Shillings

II.

Personal Estates (except desperate Debts, Stock on Land, Household Goods, and Loans or Debts to His Majesty) to pay; 38. in the Pound for the yearly Value thereof; Employments of Profit (except Military Officers or Navy Officers) to pay; Pensions and Annuities out of the Exchequer or any other Branch of the Revenue, to pay.

And be it enacted by the Authority aforesaid That towards the raising of the said severall and respective Su[m]ms of Money hereby charged upon the respective Counties Citys Boroughs Towns and other Places as aforesaid all and every Person and Persons Bodies Politick and Corporate Guilds and Fraternities within the same respectively having any Estate in Ready Money or in any Debts whatsoever owing to them within this Realm or without or having any Estate in Goods Wares Merchandizes or other Chattells or Personall Estate whatsoever within this Realm or without belonging to or in Trust for them (except and out of the Premisses deducted such Summes as he or they do bona fide owe and such Debts owing to them as shall be adjudged desperate by the Commissioners appointed by this Act and also except the Stock upon Land and such Goods as are used for Household Stuff and also except such Loans or Debts as are and shall be owing from His Majesty to any Person or Persons) shall yield and pay unto His Majesty the Summe of Three Shillings in the Pound according to the true Yearly Value thereof for one Year that is to say For every hundred Pounds of [such (fn. 5) ]. Ready Money and Debts and for every Hundred Pounds Worth of such Goods Wares Merchandizes or other Chattells or Personall Estate the Summe of Eighteen Shillings and so after that Rate for every greater or lesser [Sum or (fn. 5) ] Quantity to be assessed levied and collected in Manner hereafter mentioned And that all and every Person and Persons and all and every Commissioner or Commissioners having using or exercising any Publick Office or Imployment of Profit (such Military Officers who are or shall be in the Muster by the Muster-Master Generall of His Majesties Guards and Garrisons or in Pay of His Majesties Guards Garrisons or Navy in respect of such Offices only excepted) and all and every their Agents Clerks Secondaries Substitutes and other Inferior Ministers whatsoever shall yeild and pay unto His Majesty the Summe of Three Shillings for every Twenty Shillings which he or they do recieve in One Year by vertue of any Salaries Gratuities Bounty Money Reward Fees or Profits to him or them accrewing for or by Reason or Occasion of their severall Offices or Imployments And that all and every Person and Persons Guilds Fraternities Bodies Politick or Corporate having any Pention Annuity Stipend or other Yearly Payment either out of the Receipt of His Majesties Exchequer or out of any Branch of His Majesties Revenues or payable or secured to be paid by any Person or Persons whatsoever (not being issuing out of any Lands Tenenements or Hereditaments or charged upon the same touching which other Directions are given by this Act and not being Annuities or Yearly Payments which by any Act or Acts of Parliament made or to be made are or shall be specially exempted from the Payment of Taxes or Aids) shall yeild and pay to His Majesty the Summ of Three Shillings for every Twenty Shillings by the Year of every such Pention Annuity Stipend or Yearly Payment respectively and after that Rate for One whole Year The said severall Rates and Su[m]mes of Money hereby granted to be assessed imposed levied and collected in such Manner as hereafter is mentioned

III.

Manors, Lands, Tenements, &c. charged; to be paid into the Exchequer Quarterly; First Payment to be made on 24th June 1701.

And to the End the full and entire Summe by this Act charged upon the severall Counties Cities Boroughs Towns and Places respectively as aforesaid may be fully and compleatly raised and paid to His Majesties Use Be it further enacted by the Authority aforesaid That all and every Mannors Messuages Lands and Tenements And also all Quarries Mines of Coal Tin and Lead Copper Mundick Iron and other Mines Iron Works Salt Springs and Salt Works all Allom Mines or Works all Parks Chases Warrens Woods Underwoods Coppices and all Fishings Tithes Tolls Annuities and all other Yearly Profits and all Hereditaments of what Nature or Kind soever they be scituate lying and being happening or arising within the severall and respective Counties Cities Boroughs Towns or Places aforesaid respectively or within any Parts of the same as well within Ancient Demesne and other Liberties and priviledged Places as without and all and every Person and Persons Bodies Politick and Corporate Guilds Mysteries Fraternities and Brotherhoods whether Corporate or not Corporate having or holding any such Mannors Messuages Lands Tenements Hereditaments or other the Premisses in respect thereof shall be charged with as much Equality and Indifference as is possible by a Pound Rate for or towards the said severall and respective Summes of Money by this Act set and imposed or intended to be imposed for or upon all and every such Counties Cities Boroughs Towns or other Places hereby charged therewith as aforesaid so that by the said Rates so to be taxed or assessed for or upon the said Ready Moneys Debts Goods Wares Merchandizes Chattells or Personall Estates And for or upon the said Offices or Imployments of [Profit (fn. 5) ] and for and upon the Pentions Annuities Stipends or Yearly Payments aforesaid and for and upon the said Mannors Messuages Lands Tenements and Hereditaments and other the Premisses according to the Purport and true Meaning of this present Act the full and intire Summes hereby appointed to be raised as aforesaid shall be compleatly and effectually taxed assessed levied and collected and shall be paid into the Receipt of His Majesties Exchequer by Four Quarterly Payments the First Payment thereof to be made upon or before the Four and twentieth Day of June which shall be in the Year of our Lord One thousand seven hundred and one

IV.

Landlords to abate for Fee-Farm Rents or other Annual Payments issuing out of their Estates.

And whereas many of the Mannors Messuages Lands Tenements Tithes Hereditaments and Premisses intended by this Act to be charged with the Pound Rate as aforesaid stand incumbred with or are subject and liable to the Payment of severall Rent Charges or Annuities or other An[n]uall Payments issuing out of the same or to the Payment of [divers (fn. 5) ] Fee Farm-Rents Rents-Service or other Rents thereupon reserved or charged by Reason whereof the true Owners and Proprietors of such Mannors Messuages Lands Tenements or Hereditaments do not in Truth receive to their own Use the true Yearly Value of the same for which neverthelesse they are by this Act chargeable with a certain Pound Rate It is therefore declared and enacted by the Authority aforesaid That it shall and may be lawfull to and for the Landlords Owners and Proprietors of such Mannors Messuages Lands Tenements Hereditaments and Premisses being charged with a Pound Rate [as aforesaid (fn. 5) ] to abate and deduct and to retain and keep in his or their Hands out of every such Fee-Farm-Rents or other Annuall Rent or Payment so much of the said Pound Rate which shall be taxed or assessed upon the said Mannors Messuages Lands and Premisses as a like Rate for every such Fee-Farm-Rent or other Annuall Rent or Payment respectively shall by a just Proportion amount [unto (fn. 5) ] and all and every Person and Persons who are or shall be any way intituled to such Rents or Annuall Payments are hereby required to allow such Deductions and Payments upon Receipt of the Residue of such Moneys as shall be due and payable to them for such Rents or Annuall Payments reserved or charged as aforesaid

V. Commissioners

And be [it (fn. 6) ] further enacted by the Authority aforesaid That for the better assessing ordering levying and collecting of the severall Summes of Money so as aforesaid limited and appointed to be paid And for the more effectuall putting of this present Act in Execution all and every the Persons hereafter named shall be Commissioners of and for the severall and respective Counties Cities Boroughs Townes and Places hereafter mentioned

For the Towne of Bedford

The Mayor for the Time being Samuel Rolt William Spencer William Farrer Robert Bell John Spencer Esquires William Foster Doctor of Law William Manley Francis Brace Gentlemen William Beckett William Faldo Thomas Battison senior John Crawley John Peck George Maddie Aldermen William Nicholls Robert Courtman William Faldo John Beaumont Henry Peck Henry Lowen William Weale Gentlemen

For the rest of the County of Bedford

The Right Honourable Henry Lord Ruthen Son and Heir Apparent to the Earl of Kent The Right Honourable Lord Bruce Son and Heir Apparent to the Earl of Aylesbury The Right Honourable Edward Lord Russell one of the Sons of William late Duke of Bedford The Honourable Robert Lord Russell another of the Sons of the said late Duke of Bedford The Honourable Robert Bruce The [Honourable (fn. 7) ] Charles Leigh The Honourable William Ashburnham Esquires Sir William Gostwick Sir John Napier Sir John Cotton Sir John Burgoyne Sir Thomas Alston Sir Pinsent Chernock Sir John Osborne Sir John Mordant Sir Andrew Saint John Sir Thomas Frankling Sir John Chester Sir Philip Boteler Sir Philip Monoux Baronets Sir Thomas Rolt Sir John Frankling Sir James Astry Sir William Millard William Duncombe Oliver Luke William Boteler Lewis Monoux Thomas Browne William Hillersden Samuel Cater Theophilus Napier William Ferrer senior William Foster William Palmer Richard Stone John Vaux John Cockayne William Spencer Richard Edwards William Alston George Edwards Thomas Bromsall Robert Mountague Walter Cary John Hervey of Thurleigh Henry Ashley junior Samuel Rolt William Pym Humphrey Fish Charles Gery Robert Bell William Ferrar of Bidenham Saint John [John (fn. 6) ] Thompson Robert Audley John Hervey of Ickwell Matthew Dennis Charles Dymock senior William Livesay Thomas Halfpenny Samuel Rodes John Wagstaffe William Simcotts John Cater Nicholas Granger John Granger William Whitebread Nehemiah Brandreth Thomas Johnson George Bernardiston Richard Orlebar William Boteler of Wootton John Huxley William Beecher John Big William Norcliffe Captain George Bing Richard Buckby Maurice Abbott Edward Snagg Anthony Dodsworth Robert Pulleyn Paradine Livesay Richard Cockayne John Gostwick Thomas Wild Thomas Cheyney John Hillersden Lewis Dive William Ferrar junior Nicholas Luke Edward Duncombe Samuel Bedford John Kelying Samuel [Only (fn. 8) ] Bernard Halfpenny Joseph Edmonds Matthew Denton Anthony Ettrick Robert Pulleyn of Saint Neots in the County of Huntingdon and William Aspin Esquires George Nodes Francis Brace Hugh Smith William Burr Thomas Arnold Thomas Bromsall of Roxton William Beadles John Ashcroft John Cockayne George Edwards William Manley Joseph Godfrey Henry Whitbread Thomas Baker junior Richard Manley Joseph [Godfrey (fn. 9) ] Gentlemen

For the Town of New Windsor and the Castle there

The Mayor Aldermen and Deputy Steward for the Time being Doctor Gregory Hascard Dean Doctor Thomas Doughty Doctor Samuel Pratt Mr. Edward Jones Master John Hartcliffe Prebendaries of Windsor The Honourable Bernard Granville Esquire Sir John Darnell Knight one of His Majesties Serjeants at Law John Powney John Michell Charles Aldworth Thomas Lee William Oldfield William Bowles Charles Potts Humphry Graves Richard Hale George Littleton Thomas Reeve Theodore Randue Esquires Richard Plumpton George Woodson William Smith Daniel Carty John Bruch Gentlemen John Crompton Doctor of Phisick The Right Honourable John Lord Viscount Fitzharding of the Kingdom of Ireland and Richard Topham Esquire

For the rest of the County of Berks

The Right Honourable Henry Earle of Starling in the Kingdom of Scotland John Lord Viscount Fitzharding in the Kingdom of Ireland The Honourable Barnard Greenville Esquire The Honourable Collonel Harry Mordaunt Sir Humphrey Forster Sir John Stonehouse Sir Thomas Draper Sir William Rich Sir Henry Winchcombe Sir Walter Clarges Sir Edward Fettiplace Sir John Hobby Sir Joseph Verney Sir Anthony Craven Sir Willoughby Aston Sir Oliver Ashcomb Sir Thomas Tipping Sir Henry Fane Knight of the Bath Sir Robert Pye Sir Algernoon May Sir Edward Norreys Sir Christopher Wren Sir William Whitlock Sir Jonathan Raymond Sir William Trumball Sir Thomas Travaile Sir William Scawen Sir Henry Johnson Sir Owen Buckingham Sir Jacob Banks Knights Sir John Darnell Knight one of His Majesties Serjeants at Law George Pitt John Blandy senior John Archer Richard Nevill Richard Aldworth Richard Jones William Cherry Edmund Fettiplace Edmund Dunch Henry Kingsmill Thomas Pledwell James Stonehouse Charles Garrard senior John Blagrave Francis Norris Loftus Brightwell William Paul Tanfield Vachell Charles Fettiplace Paul Colton junior John Hippisley senior Edward Standen Edward Pye Robert Southby of Appleton Francis Broderick Samuel Travers His Majesties Surveyor Generall John Blandy junior Gilbert Talbott Richard Pye Thomas Fettiplace James Parrott Thomas Buckeridge William Wiseman Simon Harcourt Henry Saint John Thomas Strickland William Jennens John Whitfield James Hayes Edward Sharwood Richard Southby Tho: Turner John Southby Tho: Southby Tho: Lee Francis White John Whitewick Thomas Doleman Edward Strode Thomas Seymore John Smith Robert Knight Robert Packer Wharton Dunch John Powney John Porter Blandy Waterman John Plumer Christopher Willoughby Robert Mayott John Wallis John Holloway William Angell William Thompson John Wildman Henry Peacock Thomas [Gerrard (fn. 10) ] Thomas Hippisley junior Thomas Harwood William Smith Thomas Medlicoate Henry Batten William Barker Walter Knight Charles [Gerrard (fn. 10) ] junior Bartholomew Tipping Robert Lee Felix Calvert Robert Rich John Aldworth Francis Knowles George Blagrave John Peacock John Jennens of Stanford John Due John Dabby Nicholas Pottinger Richard Knapp Nicholas Courtney John Loader Thomas Loader John Pottinger of Sudbury Sebastian Liford Edward Loveden Charles Palmer Doctor of Phisick Francis Parry Lovelace Hercy Henry Stephens George Pratwebb Edmund Bray Richard Bigg Charles Collens [Story (fn. 11) ] Barker Charleton Whitelock Lovelace Bigg Francis Goddard Richard Sherwood William Saint John Edward Rudge John Hillersden Samuel Barker Joseph Cowslide Abel Bradley Ralph Howland Edward Hungerford Thomas Herne John Bigg Doctor Francis Carswell John Winder John Pottinger of Inch Pen William Yieldall Robert Thomas Hugh Kent of Hackborne Esquire William Reeves John Bull Doctor Thomas Doughty John Marryott Thomas Renda Daniel Haynes Robert Jennings James Jennings Richard Skinner James Stones Charles Lush Rice Watkins Richard Paine Charles Herrison Anthony Leaver Richard Sawyer William Smith Peter Wing Richard Blackall John Buckland senior Thomas Stephens Samuel Watlington George Lamport Henry Lamport John Thorne junior William Howard of Reading Francis Browne Robert Sellwood John Sellwood Richard Pusey Robert Blackaller John Herne Robert Greenway Edward Solmes Richard Gill Henry Knapp John Payne Thomas Tesdell Thomas Haines John Blandy of Littlecum Bassett John Bance of Charton Bartholomew Yate George Blagrave of Kentwood George Coles Edward Dalby Adam Smith James Quarrington John Sylvester senior John Forster William Newbeny Francis Piggott of West Charlow Edward Pocock Thomas Straton senior Richard Fishburne Peter Sawyer Moses Gill William Wright Charles Clarke Nathan Granill Robert Mason Richard [Cooper (fn. 12) ] Gregory Gearing John Keate Edward Baton John Rutter Clement Kent Thomas Oades James Maynard Thomas Cowslide Richard Matthew Richard Liford John Wilder John Fellowes Silas Seaborough Richard Pottinger John Head of [Handcock (fn. 13) ] John Head of Langley William Deale Richard Aldworth Doctor of Law James Brewer Doctor of Phisick Francis Negus Thomas Jenner Allen of Baseldon Benjamin Rudyard William Waterman Esquires Henry Nedelson Henry Bishop John Mitchell Richard Topham John Bredon Robert Eyres George Bayley Robert Hastings Walter Kent Richard Hyde of Sutton Courtney Goodyer Doctor Jonathan Edwards Principall of Jesus Colledge in Oxford John Skermer of Alder William Gerring Thomas Tyrrell William Hatton of Aston Richard Simms of Coscott Robert Sawyer of Didcott Richard Hyde of Shenfield Henry Creswell Benjamin Thompkins John Brooker John Bush Richard Hobbs of Ardington Thomas York of East Hendred Humphrey Beckley Richard Winch of Bray John Grove Richard Hans Joseph Huse and Thomas Oades of Oakingham James Quarrington Thomas Constable Robert Noake of Reading Edward Jennings of Harwell Richard Curtis Charles Parry Henry Alexander alias Zinzan Valentine Croome James Hamson Doctor of Phisick Adam Head of Chilton John Shugborough Esquire James King William Grover Master Miller of Reading Robert Pawan Hugh Champion Thomas Tyrrell William Sylvester William Horne Francis Knight William Sylvester Thomas Thorne senior William Wilder of Reading The Mayor of Abingdon The Mayor of Reading The Mayor of Newberry The Mayor of Willingford The Mayor of Windsor The Mayor of Maidenhead The Alderman of Oakingham for the Time being

For the Town of Buckingham with Borton Borton:hold Prebend-end Gawcott and Lenborow:

The Bayliff of Buckingham for the Time being Sir Richard Temple Sir John Verney Sir Edmund Denton Baronetts Henry Andrews Edmund Dorrell Edward Bates John Rodgers and William Busby Esquires Peter Paxton Doctor of Phisick Thomas Ford Thomas Ethersay William Mason Oliver Paschler Thomas Hellersden Hugh Arnett and Richard North Gentlemen

For the Borough of Wycombe

The Mayor Recorder Aldermen and Bayliffs and Town Clerk for the Time being The Right Honourable the Lord Shilborne of the Kingdome of Ireland Sir Orlando Gee Charles Godfrey Winwood Serjeant Thomas Archdall Esquires John Bigg Doctor of Phisick Thomas Bigg Richard Bates John Bates Gentlemen

For the rest of the ( (fn. 14) ) County of Bucks

The Right Honourable Edward Lord Russell One of the Sons of the late Duke of Bedford The Right Honourable James Lord Cavendish One of the Sons of the Duke of Devonn The Right Honourable William Lord Viscount Cheyney of the Kingdom of Scotland The Right Honourable the Lord Shillborne of the Kingdom of Ireland The Honourable Charles Bertie The Honourable Henry Bertie The Honourable Henry Pagett The Honourable Morris Thompson The Honourable [Goodwin (fn. 15) ] Wharton The Honourable William Montague Sir John Hobart Sir Richard Temple Sir John Chester Sir Francis Gerrard Sir John Packington Sir Thomas Tyrrell Sir Samuel Garrard Sir Dennis Hampson Sir John Auberry of Borestall Sir William Bowyer Sir Paul Whitchcott Sir John Connaway Sir Thomas Lee Sir John Verney Sir John Whitwrong Sir Peter Tyrrell Sir Walter Clarges Sir Henry Seymour Sir Joseph Alston Sir Thomas Alston Sir Thomas Tipping Sir Edmund Denton Baronets Sir Orlando Gee Sir Cesar Wood alias Cranmer Sir James Etheridge Sir Roger Hill Sir Robert Clayton Sir William Whitlock Sir Samuel Dashwood Sir William Pritchard Sir Marmaduke Dayrrell Sir Henry Johnson Sir Owen Buckingham Sir William Scawen Sir Charles Duncombe Knights John Thurbarn Serjeant at Law James Selby Serjeant at Law Richard Hampden Roger Pen of Pen Thomas Piggott James Herbert Jervase Pierpoint Stephen Waller Doctor of Laws Richard Beke Cesar Wood alias Cranmer Thomas Tyrrell Henry Tyrrell Edmund Waller Henry Neale John Backwell Francis Duncombe of Broughton Charles Godfrey Thomas Ligoe of Burcott John Nicholas Johnshall Cross Richard Ingoldsby William Farrer William Drake John Parkhurst Budd Wase William Crooke William Busby Edward Hart of Brill Simon Mayne Nicholls Hackett Robert Dormer of Lee Edward Bates John Tyrringham Francis Knollys Winwood Serjeant Richard Greenvill Tyrringham Backwell John Drake Roger Price Joseph Haynes John Proby Thomas Halsey Francis Tyrringham John Lee William Lisle James Chace John Rogers John Carter of Oakley John Limbary Burlace Warren Henry Stephens Edward Lee William Lowndes William Johnson Roger Chapman Samuel Christie William Evelyn Fleetwood Dormer John Hampden Charles Dormer Robert Dormer of Brill Philip Dormer William Dormer and James Dormer of Dorton Edward Lovett of Liscombe Francis Ligoe William Freeman of Fawleigh Court James Tyrrell of Oakley Thomas Chapman Benjamin Lane Henry Gold Downhall Thursby Robert Tash Joseph Sumner Hugh Horton Thomas Farrer Simon Harcourt Thomas Lister Daniel Baker Thomas Robinson John Woodhouse Doctor of Phisick Richard Alkyn Thomas Wyllis Henry Andrews Thomas Sanders of Newland John Shepherd of Lydcott Joseph Neale Edward Alston Thomas Eyres Abell of East Cleydon Nicholas Grice of Mansfield William Russell Thomas Hill Richard Cheyne of Chilton Park William Cock John Dormer of Brill Edward Sayer Thomas Eyres junior John Knapp Edward Lane John Deacle Henry Reeve Edmund Reeve Palmer Doctor of Phisick Henry Purefoy Patrick Lamb Stoke Poges James Tyrrell Thomas Bard Smith Doctor of Phisick Henry Penton Richard Whitchurch John Sparke John Bigg Doctor of Phisick Weedon Philip Neeve William Mayne of Hogston Thomas Winford Dutton Hubart John Powney Anthony Sturt John Whitfield Richard Dayrell of Lillingston Edward Fuller of Sherrington Richard Seare of Horridge John Fulham Henry Austin Esquires William Stafford William Hill of Kings Wood Thomas Smith of Beconsfield Thomas Ligoe of Stoke Mandivill Robert Gainsford senior John Theed of Lebbourne Thomas Theed of Linslade William Duncombe of Barley End Henry Cave senior Henry Cave junior William Edgell John Ferrars William Hill of Weston Turvill Thomas Gibson Timothy Doyley Playster of Swiden Christopher Tower John Hillesden Henry Harris Richard Cockman Richard Borrowby Weeden Thomas Hodgson Henry Coley Richard Dorrell Peter Dickenson Henry Fletcher of Marlowe John Gibbons Clement Heddington Thomas Sumner Matthew Butterfield Richard Style Robert Gainsford junior Michael Seare of Marsworth William Hill [junior (fn. 16) ] of Chesham Jonas Taylor William Elliott of Marlowe Robert Adams of Swanborne Richard Rose James Sumner John Tanner Doctor of Phisick Weeden William Johnson of Ivinghoe Nathaniel Southeen Timothy Wingfield John Stace Simon Perryman John Price William Noke Charles Dane Thomas Lake of Buckland Thomas Machell Thomas Butterfield of Wooburne Robert Chissell James Harman senior William Challoner Joseph Clever Thomas Saunders Thomas Gibson Francis Mede of Phisick William Jarman John Parran Richard Crawley William Cannon William Baldwyn of Chesham Francis Johnson William Lambarne Richard Lane John Franklyn Richard Stace John Bigg William Meade William Gyles senior Samuel Aldridge Jonathan Hammond Edmund Butterfield of Barton Butterfield of Preston Bissett George Franklyn William Child Anthony Ratcliffe George Wells of Wandon John Seare William Theed of Lebbourne John Webb Edmund [Watts (fn. 17) ] Robert Mayne of Oveing Barnard Hall Thomas Green John Ollife John Hill of Wendover Richard Harris of Turweston Richard Bates John Bates Samuel Wells Richard Heywood John Jordan Edward Martin William Hackwell Thomas Goodson John Eustace of Bledlow George Honour William Collett Thomas Fellow Thomas Barnaby Joseph Bampton William Widmore George Groves Thomas Kidgell Isaac Gurney William Theed of Horton William Hartley of Stoney Stratford John How of Freesden John Kidgell Josias Askew William Robinson Henry Edling Thomas Blake James Harman junior Joseph How of Iver and Michael Newnam Gentlemen Thomas Walden Esquire

For the University and Town of Cambridge

The Vice Chancellor for the Time being The Mayor for the Time being The Honourable Henry Boyle Esquire Sir John Cotton and Sir Henry Pickering Baronetts Sir William Dawes Baronet Humphry Gower Thomas Smault John Balderstone William Saywell John Colvile Samuel Blythe Gabriel Quadring Thomas Bainbrigg Henry James Charles Roderick Richard Bentley Thomas Browne Thomas Richardson Thomas Green James Johnson Miles Barnes Doctors of Divinity William Cooke George Oxenden Richard Berry Doctors of Law Christopher Green Doctor of Phisick Isaac Newton Master of Arts Samuel Newton Thomas Ewens Thomas Fox Nicholas Eagle Charles Chambers John Frohock William Watson Thomas Lawson Thomas Fowle senior William Newling James Fletcher Thomas Fowle junior Benjamin Young Aldermen William Downing Anthony Thompson William Worts John Perne Hugh Martin William Layer Thomas Archer junior William March Daniel Love Esquires William Baron Gerrard Herring William Herring Joseph Kettle James Harrison Christopher Richardson John Craske senior Thomas Gale James Wendy senior William Wendy senior Francis Piercy Brian Thornell Thomas Allen senior John Disborough Nicholas Apethorpe John Wardell Thomas Crabb Peter Betson William Wiseman William Briggs Thomas Fox junior Roger Hurst Alexander Burrell Thomas Wendy Richard Jordan Gentlemen.

For the Isle of Ely

The Right Honourable Richard Lord Gorges of the Kingdom of Ireland James Mountague Chief Justice of Ely Sir Sewster Peyton Baronet Sir Roger Jenyns Knight Thomas Edwards senior Esquire Thomas Edwards junior Bayliff for the Liberty of Ely Josiah Colvile Ralph Pierson Sigismond Trafford David Rowland William Fortrey John Twells John Jennyns Robert Swaine Thomas Swaine John Pepys Simon Burton Charles Bartee Thomas Wiseman John Pamphlyn Nicholas Malaber Robert Apreece Hugh Underwood Henry Yates John Bellamy Edward Thompson William Browne Henry Goodrick James Willimott Theophilus Buckworth Bewsery Bell Robert Drake Richard Reade John Walsham Thomas Folks Thomas Pierson Hugh Martin John Fincham Esquire Doctor Lamb Dean of Ely William Cooke William Balam Doctors of Law Francis Ferne William Coldwell Prebends of Ely Thomas Rowlins Viccar of Chatteris Robert Twells Henry Edwards Edward Bellamy John Marshall George Underwood Thomas Watson William Thorey Thomas Whetstone John Mapletoft Toyer Foster Joseph Taylor Thomas Willson William Bourne William Marsh William Cole John [Heate (fn. 18) ] George Downes Edward Downes William Need Peregrine Doyley Gentlemen James Marshall senior Neane Thomas Martin Gentlemen.

For the rest of the County of Cambridge

The Right Honourable Richard Lord Gorges of the Kingdom of Ireland The Right Honourable Hildebrand Lord Allington of the Kingdom of Ireland The Right Honourable John Lord Cutts of the Kingdom of Ireland Sir Christopher Hatton Sir John Cotton Sir Thomas Willis Sir Richard Bennett Sir Henry Pickering Sir Rushout Cullen Sir Paul Whichcott Sir John Burgoyne Sir George Downing Sir Cave James Sir Samuel Clarke Baronets Sir Robert Cotton Sir Marmaduke Doyrell Sir Roger Jenyns Knights John Willis John Bennett Granado Piggott Deveraux Martin William Russell John Bromley Edward Nightingale John Millicent William Fortrey Thomas Duckett Thomas Buck John Haggar William Layer Thomas Storey Gilbert Wigmore Anthony Thompson Tirrell Dalton Thomas Daye Thomas Selater Thomas Hanmore Matthew Halworthy Thomas Archer senior Thomas Archer junior Ralph Lane David Rowland Altham Smith Thomas Wyllys James Willimott Ralph Bovey William Sedgwick Peter Sadler Christopher Jefferson Tregonell Frampton John Folks Thomas Folks Robert Hagar John Pamphlyn William Worts John Perne Thomas Crudd John Clinch Richard Russell Roger Sizer Thomas Bendish Charles Noyes John Gape Roger Rant Mildmay Downam Arthur Jocelyn William Eversden Theophilus Tirrel William Harvey William Clayton William Downing Thomas Hitch Charles Shales Esquires William Cooke John Buttler Doctors of Law Doctor Kirby James Smith Rector of Cottenham Martin Hill Clerk Alexander Burrell Allington Harrison John Carter Isaac Downan John Brownell John Rant William Barnard Edmund Glenister Thomas Dodd Daniel Love William Caseborne of Fordham John Caseborne John Wakeling Mapletoft Thomas Lawson Fairchild Robert Cole Thomas Huppup John Westrope Robert Challis John Hasell Thomas Riches John Morden Weeksted Weld William Norris Edward Leeds John Keate Samuel Love Samuel Gatward John Webb of Wimple William Hubbart Gentlemen

For the City and County of the City of Chester

Hugh Starkey Esquire Mayor Roger Comberbach Esquire Recorder Sir John Manwaring Baronet Sir Richard Leving Knight John Williams Esquire William Ince William Willson Francis Skellern Peter Bennett William Allen Henry Bennett William Bennett Aldermen Humphry Page Thomas Bowker Sheriffs Thomas Hand Benjamin Crichley Robert Morray Michael Johnson Robert Hewitt John Kynaston William Starkey Puleston Partington Matthew Anderton Edward Partington Aldermen Thomas Wainwright Doctor of Law John Egerton George Booth Charles Hurlston Robert Crompton John Grozvenor John Massey William Gamull Robert Brerewood Thomas Cooper Peter Weston Esqrs Captain John Sparke John Hulton Robert Callis William Mercer Samuel Taylour John Warrington James Manwaring Thomas Parnell Thomas Maddock Joseph Maddock Edward Starkey Owen Ellis William Coker Samuel Heath John Minshull Thomas Wright Gentlemen

For the County of Chester

The Right Honourable Lionell Earl of Dysert of the Kingdom of Scotland The Right Honourable Richard Lord Viscount Bulkley of the Kingdom of Ireland The Honourable Fitton Gerrard The Honourable George Booth The Honourable Cecill Booth The Honourable George Cholmondeley Sir Joseph Jekyll Chief Justice of Chester Sir Salathiel Lovell Sir John Trevor Master of the Rolls Lawrence Wright Esquire High Sheriff for the said County Sir Thomas Delves Sir Willoughby Aston Sir Roger Mostyn Sir George Warburton Sir Thomas Bellott Sir Richard Brooks Sir Robert Duckenfield Sir John Worden Sir Henry Bunbury Sir John Chetwood Sir John Manwaring Baronets Sir Robert Cotton Knight and Baronet Sir John Ardern Sir John Crew Sir William Glegg Sir Richard Leving Knights Thomas Delves Thomas Aston Charles Duckenfield Thomas Cotton John Legh of Adlington Nathaniel Booth Peter Legh of Booths John Warren William Davenport John Lawton Richard Legh Samuel Daniel John Allen of Baguley George Booth Peter Shackerley Jonathan Bruen Roger Mainwaring Thomas Lee Roger Wilbraham Peter Wilbraham Randle Wilbraham Thomas Brookes George Vernon Richard Lister Thomas Stevens senior Thomas Stevens junior William Tatton Thomas Maisterson John Davenport Charles Hurleston Thomas Swetenham Edmund Swettenham Thomas Ashton Edmund Jodrell Austen Leigh Thomas Aldersey Nathaniel Lee William Mynshall Reginald Bretland Peter Warburton Thomas Warburton Richard Wright John Goldsmith Richard Walthall John Venables John Pickering Richard Mynshall William Whitmore George Lucy Samuel Hardware Henry Bradshaw Robert Brerewood William Clayton Roger Whitley John Ward of Capeston George Leicester Thomas Brotherton Robert Crompton Thomas Glasier William Swettenham James Hockenhall Thomas Hollinshead John Baskervill Esquires William Jackson Doctor of Phisick George Dodd William Gamull John Hardware George Langford Lawrence Booth of Twemlow Edward Thornicroft Edward Wright of Stretton Thomas Dodd of Edge John Dodd of Broxton John Massey of Coddington Leech of Carden Edward Glegg of Grange Thomas Higinbotham John Cotton of Congleton William Oldfield senior Gabriel Wettenhall Esquires William Oldfield junior John Legh John Parker Thomas Hulse Richard Vernon John Worrall Francis Hobson William Watts John Broomhall John Finney Gentlemen The Mayor of Macclesfield for the Time being Thomas Legh Recorder Thomas Wright William Row Thomas Lunt John Blagg John Houghton Aldermen

For the County of Cornwall.

Henry Lord Hide Son and Heir Apparent to Lawrence Earl of Rochester The Honourable Bernard Granville Esquire The Honourable John [Granville (fn. 19) ] Esquire The Honourable Francis Robarts Esquire The Honourable Russell Robarts Esquire The Honourable Francis Godolphin Son and Heir Apparent to Sydney Lord Godolphin The Honourable George Booth Esquire The Honourable Thomas Wentworth Esquire Sir Richard Carew Sir Richard Vivian Sir William Corryton Sir William Godolphin Sir Peter Killegrew Sir John Saint Abyn Sir John Molesworth Sir Peter Prideaux Sir Francis Drake Baronets Sir Walter Moyle Sir Joseph Tredenham Sir Bevill Grandville Sir John Cotton Knights Charles Grills Esquire High Sheriff Charles Trevanion of Carhayes Charles Trelawney Henry Trelawny Richard Edgcombe Samuel Roll James Zouch John Speccott Charles Godolphin John Tredenham Daniel Elliott Jonathan Rashleigh James Buller John Buller Joseph Sawle John Molesworth Henry Darell Dennis Glynn Charles Grills senior Thomas Vivian John Nicholls of Trewane John Nicholls of Davidstone Anthony Nicholls John Arskott of Tellcott Sydney Godolphin William Courtney Hugh Fortescue Edmund Prideaux Edward Elliott John Prideaux John Mountstephen William Mohun John Fortescue Arthur Fortescue Jonathan Trelawny Warwick Mohun Edward Elliott junior James Kendall John Gregor Esquires Sir Henry Seymour Baronet Sir William Scowen Knight Alexander Pendarvis Samuel Trefusis John Trelawny Francis Bassett Robert Roth Hugh Piper John Trefry Francis Calmady Henry Manaton Walter Moyle Nathan Moyle Joseph Moyle James Prade William Bond Renatus Bellott John Polewhele Nicholas Morris Emanuel Piper John Ennes Richard Erisey William Harris Thomas Achyn Alexander Carew John Fowell William Carew Phillip Mayow John Penhallo John Murth Henry Fleming James Bond William Bridges Francis Wills George Spry Henry Jones Henry Vincent Hugh Tonkyn Francis Manaton John Courtney Richard Scobell Francis Scobell John Hicks James Kestell John Hoblyn Narcissus Luttrell Warwick Hawkey Charles Bonithon Serjeant at Law Christopher Baron Samson Hill John Williamson of Thehane Jonathan Prideaux John Williams of Truthan William Williams John Williams of Bodineck Thomas Dotson John Clarke Stephen Robins Thomas Waddon Martin Rider William Martin John Kestell Nicholas Kemp William Bennett John Lower William Billing William Hancock of Hendra William Scowen John Worth William Kekewich Thomas Fearle John Pinneck Thomas Johnson James Keigwing Joseph Mark John Prideaux of Padstone Richard Harris of Rooke Henry Bradon William Yeo John Tregeagle Robert Rowse Francis Athein Henry Gregor John Borlace of Pendene Edward Penrose of Penrose John Sawle Thomas Hoblyn of Trevascus Thomas Carlion Henry Scobell John Vernon John Manley Nicholas Courtney Paul Orchard Samuel Gilbert Charles Orchard Samuel Gully John Nance John Oliver of Sithny John Bassett Thomas Carew John Penrose of Manacan Richard Williams William Flamanck of Bocarne John Bews Richard Trevanion of Verian John Row of Penant John Foot of Verian Charles Truebody Jonathan Tincomb Walter Langford of Langford Hill Francis Saint Abyn Gaurigan Saint Abyn William Hayles Francis Painter of Trelisick Peter Kekewich Thomas Carthew Serjeant at Law Hubert Glynn John Williams of Carnanton John Peters William Spry of Blisland John French William Borgoine Hender Silly Henry Jones of Penrose Hugh Jones Esquires Charles Huddy Thomas Worth Reignald Bawden Richard Jack Bennett Hendy of Saint Mawes John Henne John Walter John Archer Gentlemen William Beaw Doctor of Laws Nicholas Kendall Clerk Ennedor Gully Robert Hoblin Clerk John Cole Francis Penrose John Anstis junior Anthony Tanner William Veale of Treviler John Pollard junior Thomas Bews Jonathan Webber Gentlemen Thomas North junior Martin Killegrew Esquires.

For the County of Cumberland.

The Honourable William Howard Esquire The Honourable Goodwin Wharton Esquire Sir Christopher Musgrave Sir John Dalston Sir Henry Fletcher Sir John Lowther Sir Richard Sandford Sir William Pennington Sir Wilfrid Lawson Sir Richard Musgrave Baronets Sir John Ballantine Sir Edward Hasell Knights Joseph Pennington Christopher Musgrave Richard Musgrave George Fletcher Philip Howard James Lowther Wilfrid Lawson Gilfrid Lawson Edward Stanley Robert Carleton Richard Patrickson John Aglionby Thomas Lamplugh Leonard Dykes John Dalston Richard Lamplugh John Bristow Anthony Hutton Roger Kirkby William Fleming Fretchivill Dykes John Forster Christopher Richmond William Gilpin [Evan (fn. 20) ] Christian John Senhouse Andrew Hudleston Thomas [Broughan (fn. 21) ] Henry Salkeld Henry Blencow Henry Fletcher John Punsonby Richard Hudleston John Latus Ferdinando Latus Timothy Fetherstonhaugh John Featherstonhaugh Christopher Dalston James Nicholson Charles Orfer James Maxwell Esquires Richard Hutton Humphrey Senhouse Joshua Lathes Andrew Whelpdale John Sisson Thomas Addison Richard Eaglesfield Henry Innman Anthony Patrickson Gawen Wren William Torey Henry Crackplace Edward Appleby Ferdinando Hudleston Barrantine Hudleston William Askew George Ireton John Stanley William Copeley Gentlemen The Mayor of Carlisle for the time being.

For the County of Derby.

The Right Honourable William Lord Marquesse of Hartington Son and Heir Apparent of the Duke of Devonshire The Right Honourable [the (fn. 22) ] Lord James Cavendish Second Son to His Grace the Duke of Devonshire The Right Honourable the Lord Rosse Son and Heir Apparent of John Earle of Rutland The Right Honourable the Lord Stanhope Son and Heir Apparent to Philip Earle of Chesterfield The Honourable Robert Sherly Esquire The Honourable Anchitell Gray Esquire The Honourable Robert Cecill Esquire Sir Thomas [Grosly (fn. 23) ] Sir Robert Burdett Sir Edward Cooke Sir Henry Every Sir Nathaniel Curson Sir Philip Gell Sir Paul Jenkynson Sir Charles Pye Baronets Sir Simon Degg Sir Edward Abney Sir Charles Scrimpshhire High Sheriff of the County of Derby Sir Richard Leving Sir John Harpur Sir William Boothby Knights Willoughby Gray Henry Gilbert Robert Sacheverall Simon Degg Francis Munday John Low Matthew Smith Gilbert Munday Henry Keys John Osbourne William Fitz Herbert Thomas Alestry Paul Jodrell Esquires Gilbert Heathcoate William Horne Samuel Bradshaw John Parker George Gregson Henry Low John Holden Anthony Bradshaw Henry Pilkinton William Hunter John Richardson Henry Goodyear John Willson Robert Newton Nehemiah Pineger Samuel Richardson Leonard Fosbrooke Gentlemen Henry Hevenningham Walter Burdett Thomas Cooke George Gresley John Burdett Robert Willmott Robert Harding Charles Jennings Henry Kendall Gilbert Thacker John Fitzherbert William Alestrees John Allen William Barnes John Wilkins John Harpur of Calke John Harpur of Littleover Philip Prince Esquires Eusehius Dormer Richard Sales William Shallcross Gentlemen George Vernon Henry Every Cavendish Samuel Pole Robert Cooke Godfrey Maynall Alexander Stanhope Thomas Browne Robert Willmott of Spoodon Robert Willmott of Duffield Richard Bates John Borows William Coke Edward Willmott of Spoodon Brookes Boothby John Berisford John Fitz-Herbert of Somersall Esquires Robert Doxy Richard Stubbins Gentlemen Rowland Oakover Thomas Rudyard George Parker Thomas Parker Thomas Millward ( (fn. 24) ) Esquires James Trot Robert Bale Christopher Levy William James John Hayne Sampson Baker William Winfield John Slach Lawrence Sleigh William Alsopp Francis Sleigh Robert Mellor John Botham Robert Ferne Joseph Woolhouse Gentlemen William Eyre John Shallcross Thomas Wright Henry Gilbert junior John Bullock George Savill Thomas Leigh Henry Bradshaw High Sheriffe of the County of Derby John Stephenson John Bagshaw Esquires Thomas Bagshaw Benjamin Ashton John Berisford Thomas Slatham Arthur Dakeyne James Webster John Calvert John Buxton John Richardson of Newton James Sherrard Benjamin Hayward Richard Bateman Gentlemen Samuel Pierpoint John Revill George Sittwell John Wiggfull Robert Revell Robert Ashton John Morewood ( (fn. 25) ) Robert Mower Thomas Woolhouse Lionell Fanshaw Thomas Cotchett John Spatman Christopher Pegg Samuel Hallows Thomas Eyre Samuel Dalton John Addersley Michael Burton Esquires The Mayor of Chesterfield for the Time being Richard Youle John Ash Francis Moore Aldermen Andrew Clayton John Stephenson Thomas Burley John Smithson George Millward John Wingfield Francis Gregg Richard Hall John Dand Godfrey Watkinson Paul Webster John Turner Francis Strutt James Webster Wood John Halton Gentlemen Thomas Stafford Esquire The Mayor of Derby for the Time being Thomas Parker Recorder of Derby John Brookehouse Thomas Goodwin Samuel Spateman Solomon Roberts William Francis Aldermen George Beardsley Joseph Parker John Bagnell John Gisbourne John Oldershaw William Hodginson John Taylor Hugh Bateman Edward Large William Turner William Chambers Benjamin Parker William Graves George Linacre Edward Parker Edmund Parker James Motteram Ralph Brough William Hodginson of Overton Seth Wood Adam Bagshaw Henry Gill Gentlemen Thomas Gladwin Esquire Thomas Wright Charles Wayne Robert Doxey Ralph Doxey John Hurd of the Stidd Walter Copestake William Browne of Stretton in the Field Joseph Harper of Yearly William Lees John Lourd Humphry Pegg Thomas Milward of Eaton William Osbourne John Bradshaw John Challoner Gentlemen

For the City and County of the City of Exeter.

The Mayor Aldermen and Common Councill for the Time being The Honourable Richard Lord Altham of the Kingdom of Ireland Dean of Exeter Sir Edward Seymour Baronet Sir Barthomew Shower Sir Edward Seaward Sir John Elwill Knights Thomas Gibbon John Pratt Serjeants at Law William Martin Thomas Northmore Robert Wolcombe James Glide John Belfield Francis Drew Peter King Baristers at Law Thomas Waterhouse John Osmond William Musgrave William Holwell John Walrond Doctors of Phisick Robert Walker Nicholas Martin Courtenay Croker William Glide Jasper Radcliffe Nicholas Brooking Thomas Brooking Richard King Esquires Isaac Gibbs William Matthews William Ekins Thomas Mitchell Francis Cooke Tristram Bowdage Thomas Jeffry Philip Hooper Thomas Sumers Jerom King William Jope Benjamin Ivey George Knowling Edward Collins Julius Deeds Jonathan Ivey William Burgoyne Nathaniel Guist John Lethbridge Peter Batishill Charles Alden John Pym Thomas Sampson Edward Cheeke Roger Prows George Gold John Dalley John Hornibrooke John Pyle Richard Atwill Joseph Cheek William Spry Clement Weeks William Gaudey Henry Dart Eyles Perce Daniel Slade James Gould Charles Yeo Richard Veale Hugh Palmer

For the County of Devon

The Honourable Lord Edward Russell The Honourable Lord Robert Russell The Honourable Lord James Russell Sons to William late Duke of Bedford The Honourable Lord Charles Spencer Son and Heir Apparent of Robert Earle of Sunderland The Honourable William Ashburnham The Honourable John Granville Sir William Courtenay Sir Edward Seymour Sir George Chudleigh Sir Peter Prideaux Sir Francis Drake Sir John Pole Sir Arthur Chichester Sir William Davy Sir Hugh Ackland Sir William Drake Sir Francis Northcote Sir Ames Pollard Sir Walter Young Sir Nicholas Morrice Sir John Trevillian Sir Thomas Putt Sir William Coryton Sir Thomas Lear Sir John Rogers Baronets Sir John Roll Sir Henry [Fane (fn. 26) ] Sir Simon Leach Knights of the Bath Sir John Trevor Sir Rowland Gwynn Sir John Elwill Knights William Courtney Henry Portman Samuel Rolle Robert Rolle Richard Edgcomb Richard Hele George Parker Richard Duke William Carey James Courtney George Courtnay Henry Courtnay William Courtnay John Courtnay Jonathan Prideaux Dennys Rolle Gideon Haydon Gideon Haydon junior Richard Carew John Northcote William Langford John Cholwich William Harris John Harris of Wortham Nicholas Morrice John Copleston Roger Woolacombe junior William Haydon Christopher Savery Thomas Northmore Philip Shapcote Gilbert Yard Henry Mariaton Courtenay Crooker John Garland Henry Chichester William Stawell William Holwell Doctor of Phisick John Quick John Gifford John Gifford junior Martin Ryder Charles Hore Richard Lee William Coleman Henry Walrond John Chichester John Sanford William Fowell William Bragg Sampson Hele Edmund Prideaux of Ford Thomas Drew John Woolcombe Edward Yard Edward Yard junior Richard Coplestone Edward Yard of Tresurers Beere Nicholas Fry Edmund Walrond John Arscot Arthur Tremain Arthur Tremain junior John Ackland Richard Ackland Thomas Roop Hugh Fortescue Edward Fortescue Richard Shapeleigh Hugh Stafford Thomas Stafford Charles Trelawny Henry Trelawny Edward Lovett John Pollexfen George Prestwood Thomas Beere Josias Calmady John Williams Hugh Stafford junior Humphry Gilbert John Worth John Sparke Charles Parker Thomas Gibbon Nicholas Hooper John Pratt Serjeants at Law James Hewish Nicholas Ashford George Musgrave John Fownes John Martin Thomas Melhewish Edmund Pollexfen Peter Beavis Richard Osborne Richard Stevens Ellis Bartlett John Hanbury William Drake George Yeo Robert Yeo Francis Gwynn Thomas Docton John Trelawny of Ham John Hoblyn John Prideaux George Saint Loe Henry Arscot Edward Holwell Samuel Wootton Thomas Wise Thomas Cholwich Henry Hooke Nicholas Cove Thomas Quick Nicholas Fursdon Walter Shapecote Richard Hillersden Edmund Reynann Nicholas Martin William Martin William Bastard William Dyer Thomas Parker Ames Crimes Jasper Radcliffe John Speccott Arthur Champneys John Eastchurch George Bennett Christopher Bale Walter Bogan John Spurway Peter Atkins Anthony Salter John [Cruuys (fn. 27) ] Francis Sheppard Andrew Davy Moses Gould Richard Brooke Richard Duke junior Samuel Tanner Benjamin Oliver Richard Strode Southcott Lutterell Arthur Kelly Richard Burthogg Edward Ford Henry Southcott Samuel Rolle junior Joseph Drake Philip Andrews Rowland Whiddon John Davy Francis Were Marshall Ayres William Parke William Downe John Hacche John Langford Christopher Lethbridge Richard Nuttcombe William Simons Arthur Culin William Harris of Pickwell Henry Moore Robert Burridge John Upcott Matthias Jenkins John Doidge Richard Parminter John Page William Oxenham William Hellyar Benjamin Gayer William Gilbert John Blagdon John Raymond Richard Doidge John Dowrish James Northleigh Christopher Woolston John Brutton George Trobridge John Jones John Ivey Edward Wood Thomas Pyne Doctor of Phisick William Ball Nicholas Trist Bartholomew Anthony John Gay James Smith John Fortescue David Long Joseph Willcocks Thomas Bound William Gilbert William Colwich John Full Mark Delve Robert Edgcombe junior Gyles Yard Richard Fownes Richard Bore George Hartnoll Richard Saunders John Rose George Cockram Thomas Hole Fredrick Herne Nathaniel Herne John Coringdon William Williams Thomas Coringdon Arthur Saint Leger Thomas Trosse Thomas Warren Richard Mallock James Young Nathaniel Cleveland Edmund Prideaux Richard Reynell George Bennett Nicholas Brooking Joseph Oliver William Penneck Edward Pyne Thomas Wood Roger Gifford Peter West John Ham Robert Cudmore John Hurrell Robert Bluett John Newte Thomas Worth Robert Simons of Barnstaple John Rawleigh Abraham Dennys Philip Docton Richard Prideaux Richard [Waddow (fn. 28) ] Charles Fortescue John Horseman Nathaniel Spry Henry Incledon John Northleigh Hugh Serle Walter Hele Arthur Champernowne Bartholomew Gidley Daniel Mitchell James Bulteele John Jacob Thomas Carew Thomas Mitchell John Haviland John Radford John Dymond William Clotterbooke John Rogers Joseph Webb William Davies George Lapthorne Philip Pentyre John Cooke John Stuckley John Harlowyn Charles Taylor Philip Wilcocks Arthur Chichester John Crosse Thomas Clyverton William Atkyn Charles Velly John Tristram William Wood John Anstis John Doble William Isaac Thomas Brooking Pinsent Battishill William Hockmore Clement Bowdage Richard Dyer Francis Drew John Roope of Milton Roger Cheeke John Weymouth Arthur Pyne Samuel Cooke Thomas Pearce Robert Bathe Edward Gould Rawling Mallock John Fry John Burrington William Cooper Peter King Richard Lee junior John Fountaine Francis Pengelly Barister at Law Daniel Mitchell John Neale John Butson John Bennett John Thorne Bernard Goddard The Mayor of Plymouth The Mayor of Barnstable The Mayor of Bideford The Mayor of Totness The Mayor of Tiverton The Mayor of Torrington The Mayor of Dartmouth The Mayor of South Moulton The Mayor of Oakehampton The Mayor of Plympton for the Time being

For the County of Dorsett

The Honourable Henry Thynn The Honourable Morrice Ashley The Honourable [ (fn. 29) ] Ashburnham Esquires Sir John Poole Sir Nathaniel Napier Sir Charles Napier Sir Richard Newman Baronets Sir John Nicholas Knight of the Bath Sir John Hawles His Majesties Sollicitor Generall Sir George Strode Sir Jacob Bancks Sir William Phipard Knights Thomas Freke Thomas Strangways Henry Portman Thomas Erle Major Generall Charles Churchill Major Generall Samuell Roll William Strode Nathaniel Napier Thomas Trenchard Richard Fownes Edward Nicholas John Bancks Thomas Chaffin George Pitt Michael Harvey Richard Brodripp Robert Browne of Frampton Robert Browne John Morton Pleydall Robert Coker William Okeden Edward Seymour Thomas Chafe John Williams Francis Mohun Robert Seymer William Ettrick Thomas Ryves Henry Seymer Henry Constantine Anthony Ettrick Thomas Turbervill William Bowles senior William Whitaker Gyles Frampton John Mitchell junior John Still Edward Berkley Robert Freke Thomas Freke junior Robert Oxenbridge Richard Bingham Hugh Hodges John Eastmont Thomas Hardy Hugh Chudleigh Awnsham Churchill Charles Bruin Gilbert Mohun of Fleet John Mitchell Robert Erle John Hardy John Abington William Floyer Anthony Floyer Thomas Skinner William Sedenham Richard Swain William Churchill George Dawbehey William Lawrence John Gould William Weston James Gould William Filiol Robert Hussey of Stourepaine Thomas Bower Thomas Turberville junior William Bennett of Shaston Richard Henville Thomas Gundry Henry Henley Nicholas Hardy William Bennett Richard Rose Robert Pope Henry Chaffin William Bragg junior Richard Hallett Thomas Gollup Anthony Floyer junior John Gollup Thomas Meech Anthony Sturt John Fisher Henry Devenish George Parry Nicholas Romaine John Lawrence of Grange Simon Whetcomb William Wake Gerrard Wood Thomas Seaward Robert Stephens William Freke Robert Culliford Nathaniel Bond His Majesties Serjeant at Law William Bennett of Hartgrove Nicholas Browne Andrew Loader junior Henry Clapcott Richard Churchill George Barber Christopher Pitt Doctor of Phisick John Pitt Thomas Cockeram William Collins of Lynch John Tregonwell of Anderson Hubert Gould James Gould of Upway John Churchill William Hull Francis Hull Roger Mompesson John Richards Henry Arnold of Ilsington John Miller Thomas Gilbert of Portland John Pyke Lewis Cockram John Goddard Robert Burridge John Edwards John Strode of Chantry Tregonwell Frampton William Player Richard Wadden Esquires John Sagittary Doctor of Phisick Solomon Andrews Thomas Chettle Daniel Dugdale Robert Swaine of Corfe Robert Butler John Fry Thomas Hawles Richard Newman Esquires Thomas Williams Philip Taylor Marchants The Mayors of Dorchester Shaftsbury Weymouth and [Melcomb (fn. 30) ] Regis Corfe Wareham and Lime Regis for the Time being The Bayliffs of Blandford Bridport for the Time being George Jegger Robert Russell John Oldiss George Mullins Christopher Collier Simon Orchard Thomas Cooper of Sherbourn George Strode Robert Fry Philip Caldecott Thomas Windham Edward Clavell William Collier Thomas Chapman James Hall William Rose Edward Kennell William Shepherd Thomas Shepherd George Lewen William Lewis John Fitch William Fitch Henry Trenchard Thomas Rose [of (fn. 31) ] Purbeck George Gould of Bestall Robert Combes John Bithwood Robert Henley Courtney Croker John Pottinger Peter Walter Nathaniel Smith Peter Battiscomb John Vincent of Povington George Hayter William Harding John Whetcombe Richard Channing of Croxton James Parkins William Taunton Edward Henvile Edward Norton Samuel Whetcombe David Arbuthnot Jonathan Edwards Simon Orchard.

For the Town and County of Poole

The Mayor for the Time being Sir William Phipard Knight Shadrach Beale Moses Durell junior George Lewen Thomas Smith William Minty Robert Bennett The Sheriff for the Time being Henry Jubber Joseph Waddam John Carter senior Thomas Hyde John Gyger William Brambell

For the County of Durham

The Honourable Charles Mountague Esquire High Sheriff of the said County The Honourable the Lord William Pawlett Second Son of the late Duke of Bolton Robert Dormer Esquire Temporall Chancellor Sir Christopher Musgrave Knight and Baronet Sir Ralph Cole Sir Henry Lyddell Sir Thomas Williamson Sir James Clavering Sir Richard Sandford Sir John Cropley Sir Robert Eden Sir William Blackett Baronets Sir Henry Bellasys Sir Ralph Carre Sir William Bowes Sir Robert Shaftoe Sir Francis Blake Knights Doctor Mountague Dean of Durham Doctor Brookebancke Spirituall Chancellor Doctor Grey Sir George Wheeler Doctor Graham Doctor Morton Doctor Bagshaw Doctor Adams Doctor Finney Doctor Bowes Doctor Dobson Doctor Smith Prebendaries Master Pickering Master Archdeacon Booth Henry Lambton Esquire Attorney Generall William Lambton Lionell Vane James Darcye Thomas Conyers Ferdinando Forster Robert Byerley William Bromley Richard Musgrave William Bellingham Mark Shaftoe John Tempest Ralph Hedworth Robert Wright Robert Bowes Robert Jennison John Clavering James Clavering John Hylton John Clavering George Morland Thomas Lyddell Robert Ellison Francis Carr John Eden William Strodher Charles Howard William Carr James Clavering junior Charles Wren Rowland Place Frevill Lambton George Bowes Esquires Ralph Lampton William Ettrick Alexander Davison Ralph Carr Anthony Salum Anthony Ettrick William Davison Christopher Sanderson Richard Middleton John Carr Rowland Place William Killinghall Gentlemen William Wilkinson John Middleton Thomas Wilkinson Esquires John Spearman Undersheriff Thomas Blackiston Cuthbert Bowes John Elstock Ralph Hutton Captain Bowes Gentlemen The Mayor of Durham The Mayor of Stockton for the Time being John Ayton Ralph Jennison Esquires Anthony Hall John Hutchinson Edward Fairlesse John Richardson Ralph Shepperdson John Gordon Robert Car junior Thomas Brasse George Heath Richard Robinson Arthur Prescott John Hodgshon George Crosier William Shaw John Hodgshon junior John Spearman junior James Cooke William Atkinson Robert Jackson Hardinn of Hollinside Thomas Shaftoe John Stevenson Thomas Hunter Henry Woolfe Thomas Watson Robert Chilton John Martin Ralph Holmes Gabriel Newhouse John Rowell Peter Burwell Richard Stonehewer John Thompson Gentlemen George Cox Pexall Forster James Clayton John Sheeles Henry Eden Thomas Blackett Richard Bowfer William Hutchinson Matthew Hatton Thomas Mossock John Raine Thomas Sanderson Thomas Burletson Thomas Smith William Grinwell Gentlemen Samuel Ogle Edward Delavall Esquires George Ord of Longridge William Taylor Esquire William Selby of Beale George Watson of Goswick Christopher Strangways of Chiswick William Christian Esquire Doctor Thomas Wharton Thomas Hauxley Thomas Grey of Morton William Johnson Robert Sutton Robert Weames William Fawcett William Ord Thomas Ord Gentlemen Thomas Owen Francis Talbot of Beale Thomas Renda of Cambors Esquire Bernard Fenwick Gentleman Francis Woodmasse of Bedlington Clerk Doctor Hartwell John Richardson Gentleman.

For the West Riding of the County of York

William Lord Pawlett Second Son of the late Duke of Bolton Arthur Lord Viscount Irwin of the Kingdom of Scotland George Lord Viscount Castleton of the Kingdom of Ireland Henry Lord Viscount Downe of the same Kingdom Thomas Lord Fairfax of the Kingdom of Scotland The Right Honourable Henry Boyle Esquire Chancellor of the Exchequer one of His Majesties most Honourable Privy Councill The Right Honourable Sir Henry Goodrick Knight and Baronet one of His Majesties most Honourable Privy Councill The Honourable Sidney Wortley Mountague The Honourable Goodwin Wharton The Honourable Thomas Wentworth The Honourable Henry Fairfax Esquires Sir John [Balston (fn. 32) ] Sir William Strickland Sir John Armitag Sir John Kay Sir William Reresby Sir John Bland Sir John Angleby Sir Bryan Stapylton Sir Henry Marwood Sir Thomas Frankland Sir George Cooke Sir Godfrey Copley Sir Lyon Pilkington Sir Bradwardine Jackson Sir John Wolstenholme Sir Edward Blackett Sir George Tempest Sir Rowland Wynn Sir William Ramsden Sir John Wentworth Baronetts Sir Jonathan Jennings Sir Richard Osbaldestone Sir William Hustler Sir Abstrupus Danby Sir William Lowther Sir John Coghill Sir Thomas Travell Sir Charles Duncombe Knights John Goodrick Arthur Kaye Robert Monckton Christopher Tankred Jonathan Jennings William Wentworth Thomas Harrison William Lowther William Palmes Robert Byerly William Osbaldeston Richard Beaumont of Whitley Robert Molesworth Cyrill Arthington Walter Calverley William Pierpoint Gervase Pierpoint Christopher Lister George Savile Ambrose Pudsey Reginald Graham Thomas Fawkes Bryan Thornhill Welbury Norton Christopher Stockdale Bryan Fairfax Robert Fairfax John Mauleverer Charles Osbourne Isaac Knight Denzill Onslow Francis Fowljeam Thomas Yorke John Ramsden Thomas Vincent William Vavasor Henry Stapylton Inglebert Leeds Bernard Granville William Wombwell John Lister Robert Hitch Thomas Lister Benjamin Wade William Nevile Godfrey Boseville William Jessup John Lambert John Bright of Badgsworth John Aislabye Edward Thompson of Moston Henry Thompson of Kirby William Wickham Henry Edmonds William Horton Thomas Fountain Richard Washington Jasper Blythman Tankred Robinson James Farrer Thomas Dodson Henry Bouch Miles Staveley Henry Cooke Hugh Smithson John Bradshaw Robert Benson Robert Mitford Christopher Adams Gervase Eyre John Gill Thomas Stones Thomas White Edward Parker John Bolter Francis Nevile junior John Weddall John Tucker Richard Thornton Richard Whitton Bryan Sunderland Thomas Barker Anthony Fletcher Richard Sterne Simon Sterne William Jennings Tobias Harvey Boynton Boynton John Bendlowes John Townley John Hatfield of Laughton Samuel Mellish William Norton Richard Staines Thomas Bendlowes Anthony Duncombe Bennett Sherrard Rowland Norton Mark Shaftoe John Stanhope of Grimston Henry Currer Thomas Kirk Robert Farrand John Rookes John Auby Francis Lindley William Ellis senior William Ellis junior William Beckwith Nonas Parker Thomas Wakefield John Battey John Batt Richard Shuttleworth Thomas Hasletine Thomas Spencer of Attercliffe John Warner Jonathan Stainforth Roger Nowell Leonard Childers John Stanhope of Horseforth John Stanhope of Ecclesall Thomas Westby Charles Newby Andrew Wilkinson Reginald Heber George Tolson Thomas Rookeby Lyonell Cropley Robert Lowther of Ackworth Thomas Hooke Esquires Doctor Wyvell Dean of Rippon Richard Richardson Doctor of Physick John Neale Physician William Ingram Francis Fawkes Robert Burdett William Horsefall Thomas Robinson John Hatfield of Hatfield Richard Hatton of Pudsey Robert Parker John Copley Thomas Squire James Greenwood Henry Greenwood John Grice Jonathan Lee John Wilkinson of Greenhead Thomas Edmonds senior Thomas Edmonds junior Richard Huett William Sotheron Nicholas Mauleverer William Tatham William Richardson Michael Warton of Bawtrey William Warton John Spencer of Cannon-Hall John Wheatley Stephen Wilks John Carvile Robert Squire George Wesby of Gillfitt Henry Eyre of Bramley John Dinly Hugh Taylor John Miller of Pudsey Samuel Lister William Swaine Richard Thomlison William Roundall of Scriven Richard Trotter William Green of Thundercliffegrange Thomas Barlow Thomas Wilson of Beecrofthall Thomas Craven Richard Lowther Marchant Thomas Gill Andrew Holden John Wright John Worsop Roger Coates George Woodyear Thomas Marriott John Stacy John Bright of Banner Crosse senior John Bright of the same junior Robert [Ware (fn. 33) ] John Wise Francis Elwick Lawrence Kighley Thomas Coulton Cuthbert Chambers Gregory Fish William Fawcett Robert Inman Richard West Pethnell Fish Robert Bell Christopher Grandorg John Waterhouse Christopher Dawson Richard Watts Thomas Thompson Elkanah Rich Samuel Tennant Thomas Waterhouse junior William Bancks Edmond Watson James Knowles William Beaumont Thomas Pullen of Burley William Appleyard William Cotton Thomas Thomlinson Francis Barlow Robert Wood Theophilus Shelton John Blackburne John Coates William Hardestie John Sylvester Christopher Wetherhead Richard Booth William Lapidge John Thomlin of Burne Matthew Prince Robert Seaton of Grimethorpe William Mawhood Henry Pawson Nicholas Wolstenholme George Rodes Thomas Sawyer George Wilkinson Samuel Swyer John Swyer Thomas Elwick Thomas Chappell Henry Ivison Thomas [Trye (fn. 34) ] William Thomlinson John Tatham Robert Geldard John Warcop of East-Standfield John Brooke of Dodworth Gentlemen The Mayor Recorder and Aldermen for the Time being of Pontefract The Mayor Recorder and Aldermen for the Time being of Doncaster The Mayor Recorder and Aldermen for the Time being of Rippon The Mayor Recorder and Aldermen for the Time being of Leeds Richard Wynne Esquire George Ellis Edward Goodwin Gentlemen.

For the North Riding of the County of York.

The Lord William Pawlett Second Son to the late Duke of Bolton Arthur Viscount Irwin of the Kingdom of Scotland Henry Viscount Downe of the same Kingdom Thomas Lord Fairfax of the Kingdom of Scotland The Honourable Goodwin Wharton Henry Fairfax Esquires Sir Marmaduke Wyvell Sir Griffith Boynton Sir William Foulis Sir John Leveson Gower Sir Charles Hotham Sir William Strickland Sir John Bolles Sir Bryan Stapylton Sir John Napier Sir Philip Sydenham Sir Watkinson Paylor Sir Thomas Frankland Sir Henry Marwood Sir William Cayley Sir Christopher Wandesford Sir William Chayter Sir Thomas Pennyman Sir Edward Blackett Sir James Brooks Sir Hugh Smithson Sir William Robinson Sir John Wentworth Sir William Lowther Baronets Sir Richard Osbaldeston Sir William Hustler Sir Henry Bellasis Sir William Bowes Sir Abstrupus Danby Sir Charles Duncombe Knights William Palmes Thomas York Christopher Stockdall James Darcy John Aislaby Robert Byerley John How Ralph Milbank Thomas Conyers Edward Thompson James Pennyman Arthur Cayley William Osbaldeston Cornelius Cayley Acklam Milbank John Milbank Henry Frankland William Challoner Henry Thompson Henry Metcalfe John Wastell John Hutton Francis Wyvell Roger Talbot Thomas Strangeways Anthony Wharton Charles Tancred Thomas Croft Thomas Worsley Leonard Smelt John Gibson Richard Staines Daniel Lascelles John Hill John Hopton Richard [Pierse (fn. 35) ] Richard Darley Thomas Pulleine John Beilby William Pennyman George Wright Edmund Barstow William Norton John Wyvell Thomas Stillington William Moore Hugh Bethell Edward Hutchinson William Tancred Charles Turner Thomas Harrison Timothy Maleverer Thomas Metcalfe Laton Frewin Thomas Wakefield Charles Bathurst William Dickenson Christopher Wilkinson Thomas Gower Charles Allanson George Norton Rowland Norton Christopher Piercyhay Thomas Robinson William Robinson John Metcalfe of Bellerby Richard Metcalfe John Talbott William Reeveley Leonard Thompson James Wishart William Turner Robert Squire Francis Crosfield Roger Colvile Benjamin Purcas Nicholas Conyers William Kitchingman William Wakefield Matthew Aulaby Reginald Graham Thomas Bendlowes Esquire Rowland Place Ralph Hopton Thomas Grimston Robert Fairfax Thomas Langley Henry Barnard William Roundell Thomas Barton Esquires Constable Bradshaw James Conyers Ralph Bell John Ward Nathaniel Harrison George Pinckney Timothy Ford Ralph Porter John Robinson Roger Lee John Harland Thomas Lascelles of Sowerby Daniel Smith Henry Wilkinson Thomas Tomlinson John Robinson of Easby Richard Allotson Francis Wilks John Danby Thomas Dalton Edward Carr John Kettlewell William Robinson junior James Cockerill Robert Norrison James Hepden Thomas Sedman William Ford John Saunders Paul Batty William Burdett William Turbott John Pierson Henry Place Timothy Bagwith Robert Bell Robert Idle Thomas Staines of Sowerby [Thomas (fn. 36) ] Warcupp of East Tanfield John Warcupp of Gatenby James Wasse Thomas Fairside Ralph Yoward Thomas Hasletine Francis Pemberton Thomas Beckwith William Beckwith Edward Beckwith William Bayne Richard Harland Robert Ward of Stoxley Thomas Raynes William Ward George Bowes Gentlemen The Mayor Aldermen and Recorder of Richmond for the Time being The Bailiffs and Recorder of Scarborough

For the East Riding of the County of York

The Right Honourable Arthur Viscount Irwin of the Kingdome of Scotland The Right Honourable Henry Viscount Downe of the Kingdome of Ireland The Right Honourable Thomas Lord Fairfax of the Kingdome of Scotland The Right Honourable Henry Boyle Esquire Chancellor of the Exchequer and One of His Majesties most Honourable Privy Councill Sir Griffith Boynton Sir Charles Hotham Sir William Strickland Sir William Saint Quintin Sir Watkinson Paylor Sir Robert Hilliard Sir Thomas Rudston Sir John Legard Sir John Napier Sir Lyon Pilkington Sir Godfrey Copley Sir Thomas Frankland Sir John Wentworth Baronets Sir Michael Wharton Sir Matthew Peirson Sir James Bradshaw Sir Jonathan Atkins Sir Charles Duncomb Sir Richard Osbaldeston Sir William Hustler Knights Fairfax Norcliffe William Osbaldiston Ingleby Daniel William Grimston William Gee Henry Guy Charles Osborne Ellerker Bradshaw John Ramsden William Palmes James Hebleswaite Ralph Warton Charles Warton Charles Dymock Champion of England Edward Bernard Hugh Bethell Thomas Heskett Walter Strickland Robert Monckton Richard Bethell Thomas Langley Robert Prickett Richard Re[m]mington Richard Gee Ralph Grey Thomas Allured Edward Hutchinson Tobias Jenkins Humphrey Robinson of Thickett [Water (fn. 37) ] Crompton Christopher Lister John Taylor Francis Annesley Thomas Worsley Thomas Stillington Thomas Southerby Colonel Gilby Edward Thompson John Moyser William Moore Robert Hollis William Maister Henry Thompson Leonard Thompson William Hedlam Thomas Cundom Thomas Wakefield Hodgson Johnson Doctor in Phisick Robert Crompton William Aldworth Christopher Piercyhay James Hustler Robert Constable William Dawson Yarborough Constable William Lister Benjamin Overton Bernard Lister Robert Squire William Pierson John Peirson Robert Hustler Thomas Gee Thomas Lutton Charles Best Richard Darley William Wickam Henry Barnard William Draper William Dickinson Anthony Duncombe William Southeron William Roundell Esquires Captain Robert Fairfax Captain James Barry Richard Moore Edward Bower William Bower John Bower William Wilberfosse Philip Wilkinson Thomas Rickaby Leonard Robinson Thomas Blunt Francis Blunt John Rickaby Francis Elwick Robert Idle of Westow Robert Mason senior Thomas Norton Humphrey Robinson of Buckton Christopher Tadman John Overton Nathaniel Harrison Thomas Myers Thomas Swinborne Mark Kirby John Bachus Mordecay Bachus William Crowle Nathaniel Rogers Thomas Helmes Henry Raynes Philip Goundrell James Hewitt John Temperton Charles Stuttevill John Dickson Gentlemen Mayor Aldermen and Recorder of Kingston upon Hull for the Time being Mayor Aldermen and Recorder of Beverley for the Time being

For the City and County of the City of York

The Mayor Aldermen Recorder and Sheriffs for the Time being Lord Viscount Irwin of the Kingdom of Scotland Lord Viscount Downe of the Kingdom of Ireland Thomas Lord Fairfax of the Kingdom of Scotland The Honourable Goodwin Wharton Esquire Sir Henry Gooderick Sir Lyon Pilkinton Sir Henry Marwood Sir James Brooke Baronets Doctor Gale Dean of York Doctor Watkinson Doctor of Laws Henry Stapilton Bennett Sherrard Thomas Hutton Edward Thompson of Marston John Moyser John Aislaby John Sharp William Roundell Robert Fairfax Henry Thompson Leonard Thompson Richard Wynn William Wickham John Taylor Thomas Hesletine Esquires William Thomlinson Richard Reynolds Francis Duckworth Christopher Hutton Emanuel Justice Charles Redman Richard Wood Thomas Thompson William Cuthberson Thomas Harrison Robert Squire Nicholas Sugar Richard Hewitt Thomas Emson Robert Oats Christopher Briery William Hesletine Robert Waller Ambrose Beckwith John Buxton William Mortimer John Beane Gentlemen

For the Town and County of Kingston upon Hull

The Mayor Aldermen and Recorder for the Time being The Wardens of the Trinity House for the [Time being (fn. 35) ] Sir Griffith Boynton Sir William Saint Quintin Baronetts Sir Michael Wharton William Maister William Gylby William Dawson John Legard Ingleby Daniel Luke Lillingstone James Barry Esquires Mark Kirkby William Hayse William Crowle Nathaniel Rogers James Mowld Edmund Duncalfe William Idle William Catlyn Gentlemen Mordecai Bacchus Erasmus Darwin Towers Wallis John Collins [John Chappelow (fn. 38) ] John Thornton Michael Bielby Gentlemen.

For the Towne of Malden in the County of Essex

John Cockerell James Taverner Gentlemen Bailiffs Anthony Bramston Esquire High Steward Moundeford Bramston William Fytche Irby Mountague Edward Bullock John Bullock Esquires John Cumming Esquire Recorder Master William Bramston John Pond Samuel Pond Thomas Gibson Peter Robjent Hugh Browne John Matthewes Gentlemen Aldermen Zachariah Taylor William Carr Town Clerk Thomas Sizer John Stevens John Brickwood James Denshire Ezekiel Finch Thomas Itace Roger Forrest Stephen Curtice Thomas Crush Joseph Mann Isaac Francis Matthew Whitacre Henry May John Strait Jacob Bartlett Thomas Stevens William Coe Alexander Lyndsey William Foulger Gray Marine of Maldon Thomas Alexander

For the Town of Colchester

The Mayor for the Time being William Mott Esquire Recorder Sir John Mordant Baronet Sir Thomas Davall Sir Thomas Cooke Sir Isaac Rebow Knights Ralph Creffeild Nathaniel Lawrence William Boys John Potter John Seabrocke Nathaniel Lawrence junior William Francis Ralph Creffield junior Samuel Featherstone James Burkin Samuel Anger Robert Paradine Aldermen John Eldred Isaac Self Joseph Thirston Samuel Reynolds and John Shaw Samuel Rawstom Thomas Green William Mott Esquires John Harrison Thomas Thurston Doctors of Phisick Robert Moore Henry Lamb Charles Richardson Samuel Great Abraham Hedgthorn Richard Daniel John Savill Samuel Ryder Thomas Benne Benjamin Cock John King George Clarke Stephen Naggs Matthew Scrivener Hope Gifford John Freeman Gentlemen Edmund Hickeringill Joseph Creffield Nathaniel Cuffley Thomas Bennett Clerks

For the Town of Harwich and Dover Court

Simon Sanforde Mayor and the Mayor for the Time being Sir Thomas Davall Knight and Recorder Sir Thomas Middleton Sir Isaac Rebow Knights Dennis Lyddell Daniel Smith Esquires Captain Richard Tye Robert Lane Charles Smith Thomas Langley Captain Richard Grey Philip Deane Aldermen and the Aldermen for the Time being

For the rest of the County of Essex

The Right Honourable Henry Lord Walden Son and Heir Apparent to the Earle of Suffolk The Right Honourable John Lord Cutts of the Kingdom of Ireland The Right Honourable Robert Bertie William Maynard Benjamin Mildmay Ralph Grey William Maynard Esquires Sir Charles Barrington Sir John Bendish Sir William Appleton Sir William Hicks Sir Samuel Tryon Sir Francis Masham Sir Maynard Jenour Sir Thomas Nightingale Sir Hugh Everard Sir William Luckin Sir Robert Jocelyn Sir Thomas Littleton Sir Martin Lumley Sir Anthony Abdy Sir Thomas Draper Sir Gervase Elwes Sir Edward Smith Sir James Rushout Sir Robert Barnardiston Sir Charles Tyrrell Sir William Barker Sir Nicholas Garrard Sir Robert Smith Sir Josiah Child Sir Peter Soame Sir William Maynard Sir Cave James Sir Robert Marsham Baronetts Sir John Sparrow Sir Thomas Fanshaw Sir Edward Turner Sir Thomas Middleton Sir Thomas Davall Sir John Marshall Sir John Rotheram Sir Robert Clayton Sir Thomas Stamp Sir Thomas Cooke Sir Henry Johnson Sir John Houblon Sir William Russell Sir Isaac Rebow Sir Joseph Smart Knights John Conyers Irby Mountague John Wroth Henry Bendish Francis Harvey alias Mildmay Carew Harvey alias Mildmay John Archer Thomas Middleton William Coward Edward Clarke Sir Samuel Moyer Baronett Thomas Dawtrey Robert Bateman William Palmer Anthony Biddulph Dacres Barrett Francis Saint John Henry Saint John Richard Child Strange Jocelyn Henry Gore Robert Honywood John Greene Ralph Freeman senior Ralph Freeman junior Charles Turner Thomas Barrington of Hatfield Walter White William Peck Richard Hutchinson Thomas Argol William Campion Evan Lloyd William Wright Benjamin Desbrowe Francis Barrington John Barrington Edmond Waterson Thomas Gardner Christopher Fowler Joseph [Offley (fn. 38) ] Anthony Brampston Robert Boothby Edward Lee Nathaniel Tench Richard Vaughan George Ford John Rotheram John Hiccocks Robert Ashton Thomas Burgh William Beaumont Robert Cole John Wale Martin Lumley John Tindale John Eldred [senior (fn. 39) ] John Fowle Thomas Papillon Sir William Norris Baronet William Westerne Robert Westerne John Cox John Cooke of Chissell James Robynett of Walden Francis Maidstone Edward Bullock John Bullock John Lockey John Neale Thomas Harlackenden Bowes John Plummer Harry Hicks William Walker of Norton Thomas Weeley Foot Onslow Thomas Lynge Giles Dent John Turner of Newman Hall John Kendall Andrew Searle William Frith Alexander Prescott William Martin William Harvey John Lethieulier William Scott William Nutt John Pennington Thomas Turner John Sparrow John Cressener Henry Glascock Walgrave Pelham Samuel Wiseman Charles Middleton John Mead Henry Ayloff William Mott Nathaniel Rich of Stondon John Little John Edwards Nathan Wright John Fanshaw Edward Luther of Miles Moundeford Brampston Francis Bradbury Charles Barlee Nicholas Cursellis Ralph Creffield senior Nathaniel Lawrence senior George Gent Henry Pascall Edward Thorrowghood Thomas Gibson of Dedham Nicholas Whitaker John Hopwood John Godbold John Allen Sigismond Trafford James Smith of Westham Robert Bragg Christopher Grange Nicholas Martin Samuel Rawsterne Samuel Clarke William Fitch Henry Wright John Mortimer William Minshall William Callard Esquires George Brampston Doctor of Civill Laws Samuel Warner Edmond Godwin Dowsett Taylor John Bennett William Herris Thomas Green John Jocelin Jeremiah Richardson John Savill William Boyce John Potter Henry Lamb Thomas Scarlett Nicholl Hope Gifford Charles Wale of Walden Richard Cooper John Elliott Richard Green of Tolesbury Nicholas Jekyll George [Wall (fn. 40) ] of Radwinter Nathaniel Rich of Woodham Waters Thomas Coe Thomas Fantleroy John Wiggoner Abraham Hedgethorne Benjamin Henshaw Abraham Forster John Clarke of Tilbury by Clare George Coldham John Nevill Nathaniel Grantham Caleb Grantham John Thoroughghood of High-Easterne William Raymond Daniel Scratton Joseph Fishpoole Henry Abbot junior Nehemiah Lyde John Hurlock John Witham Thomas Hickeringill James Sparrow William Mott junior George Asser Richard Williams Urban Hall James Coker William Thompson Thomas Elton junior Gentlemen Thomas Chambers John Cummins Ralph Creffield junior Peter Sadler William Russell John Shaw Samuel Reynolds Godfrey Woodward Edward Husbands John Borrett Daniel Smith of Harwich Erasmus Smith Godfrey Thacker Giles Brown Jasper Kingsman Esquires Robert Cozens Henry Francis John Rayley John Ballett Robert Bate Gentlemen John Harrison Doctor of Phisick Philip Betts Robert May Robert Hulson John Reeve Peter Kersteman [Witt Kersteman (fn. 41) ] John Aylett of Bocking Robert Glascock John Barrett John Austen John Eldred junior John Barefoot Edward Nurse Thomas Jackson Thomas Edlin John Pearce Thomas Langley junior Thomas Little of Halstead John Davies Gents: Francis Dashwood Esquire Thomas Cratherode of Cassehall Thomas Little of Ilford William Walford of Bocking Gentlemen Thomas Bowdler Samuell Killingworth Esquires Jermingham Chaplin Robert Wangford John Wale of Saffron-Walden William Holgate Edmond Stubbins Abraham Willmore Richard Berriff Gentlemen Silvester Chilcott Charles Downing George Hockenhull Esquires William Berrisford Francis Cummins Richard Clarke Gentlemen John Wroth junior Edmond Percivall Joseph Thurston Charles Tyrrell Esquires John Marloe Richard Woollaston Cuthbert Leonard Browne Esquires Thomas Pepys Thomas Langley senior William Rudland Gentlemen John Porter of Cressing-Temple Richard Scott Thomas Wilson Gentlemen Martin Carter Esquire Edward Taverner John Carter Daniel Clarke Thomas Cracherode of Yeldham Samuel Aylmore Anthony Aylmore Robert Harbin Samuel Goldsmith John Maysent William Stacy James Fox Gents: Peter Peers Evan Pugh Esquires Peter Knight of Westham John Sparrow of Sibble Heningham Richard Spitty Jonathan Reeve Joseph Reeve William Byatt Joseph Umein James Claxton Martin Livermore Gents: Theophilus Boughey Esquire Joseph Martin John Morley Matthew Ive Gents: Samuel Dale Gents William Walker of Lamburne William Barnes Isaac Self Esquires Jeremiah Shaw William Bellamy Esquires Zachariah Taylor Esquire William Carr Gents: Robert Wild Timothy Lanoy John Bennett of Witham Samuel Jones Esquires Robert Thompson William Coe junior William Stanes John King Gentlemen Benjamin Rokeby William Kiffin Thomas Hoare Esquires Sir Heneage Featherston Baronet Henry Featherston William Spencer Esquires Edward Ambrose Jerome Richardson Thomas Mitchell James Clarkeson Samuel Fowler Richard Tye of Harwich Peter Robjent John Ruggles Samuel Thrasher Jonas Lamb Joseph Wyatt William Francis Samuel Thompson William Stebbing Gents: William Dyer Godfrey Webster Esquires Dr: Robert Cory William Brampston Daniel Horsmanden John Hollingworth Edward Hawker Robert Martell Esquire Sir William Coryton Baronet Edward Salwey Marchant Richard Stane William Stane of Forresthall Thomas Westrow Esquires Thomas Brampstone John Searle Gentlemen Daniel Brattle Jonathan Ambrose Esquires Master Joseph Avery Master Robert Smith of Eastham Master Edward Joscelyn of Highroding Master John [Deane (fn. 41) ] William Mildmay Esquire Master Nathaniel Cuffley Master John English Master Charles Barnard of Shenfield Thomas Thurston Doctor of Phisick Master John Rayner Sir Thomas Millington Knight John Brampstone William Braagg John Taylure Esquires Captain Zachariah Taylor Samuel Fisk Gentlemen Richard Ingram William Calvert Esquires Richard Reynolds George Crowder Gentlemen Sir James Collett Sir William Coles Knights Thomas Webster James Worseley Colonell John Fairwell Thomas Wylde Anthony Collins Edward Cheek Thomas Renda James Gulston Richard Gulston Thomas Case Lemyng Rebow Thomas Ruse Nathaniel Lawrence junior Peter Whitcombe Kinnard Delabere William Spragg James Isaacson Fisher Tench John Cooper Piggett Hatt Arthur Bayley James Lockhart Francis Platt Captain John Bonnell Timothy Felton Cromwell Disbrowe John Everett of Hornchurch Thomas Sandys Esquires William Ward of Halstead William Thompson Thomas Riches Gentlemen Sir William Dawes Sir Edward Betenson Baronets Stephen Beckingham Esquire Browning Master William Dunbar William Glascock Edmund Humphreys George Finch John Davis Nathaniel Manlove Esquires Doctor Leopold Finch Richard Thoroughgood Esquire Robert Riche Richard Cockerill Thomas Westerne Simon Thoroughood of Rumford Roger Hazard Thomas Green Esquires Thomas Harrington Gentlemen Robert Bristow senior Robert Bristow junior Esquires George Pochyn Robert Blewett Samuel Sturgiss Robert Heysham William Mead Mathew Humberstone Esquires Doctor Thomas Houghton David Hecksetter Edmund Clerke Davison Brunning Doctor Knightley Chetwood Richard Dyott Esquire Edward Rigby Thomas Westrow Esquires

For the City and County of the City of Gloucester

Nicholas Webb Esquire Mayor Sir John Powell Knight William Cooke William Hodges Thomas Browne Robert Paine William Taylor Thomas Longden Thomas Snell Giles Rodway John Hyett Thomas Webb Samuel Eckley Aldermen Messenger John Cowdall Sheriffs Robert Longden Chamberlain Richard Olley Nicholas Lane William Try Randall Pleydall Thomas Vesey Richard Cosnett Edward Cooke John Cocks John Guise John Veyney Richard [Cople (fn. 42) ] Henry Wagstaffe Esquire Doctor Wintle John Arnold William Randle Thomas Farley Samuel Cockerell Thomas Gosling Henry Fuller Samuel Palmer Peter Haynes junior Samuel Lye John Bell Caple Payne William Nicholls Samuel Burroughs Samuel Hayward James Furney Thomas Feild John Cooke Thomas Wade Richard Corsley Stephen Gythens John Gregory John Singleton

For the County of Gloucester

William Lord Viscount Tracy of the Kingdom of Ireland The Honourable John Verney Esquire The Honourable Robert Tracy Esquire One of the Barons of the Exchequer Sir Robert Atkins Knight of the Bath Sir John Powell Knight One of His Majesties Justices of the Common Pleas Sir Robert Atkins Sir Francis Russell Sir William Kyte Sir Richard Onslow Sir John Guise Sir Ralph Dutton Sir Robert Jenkinson Sir John Newton Sir Thomas Littleton Sir Robert Southwell Sir William Forrester Sir Richard Cocks Sir Thomas Cann Sir Michael Hicks Sir Richard Hart James Thynne Richard Doudeswell Kinard de la Bere junior Thomas Hales Thomas Hedges William Hale Henry Coxwell William Baggott David Warren Danvers Hedges Henry Creswick Nathaniel Stephens Charles Doudeswell Walter Escourt Giles Escourt Gerrett Escourt John Browning Samuel Trotman William Kingscott William Dennis John How Sir George Hanger Thomas Hicks Robert Plydell Robert Oatridge John Rodgers John Meredith John Dowse William Clatterboke Thomas Masters Samuel Sheppard Richard How Thomas Smith Philip Sheppard Nathaniel Ridler Henry Chievers Thomas Stevens Joshua Ayleworth George Bond Maynard Colchester Thomas Longden Robert Paine Thomas Pyrke John Maddox Walter Yate Reginald Pindar John Dutton Colt Wenman Winneatt Walter Nourse George Lloyd James Mitchell Richard Yates William Try Thomas Chester George Smith James Smith Richard Jones William Pauncefoot William Wall Thomas Browne John Parkhurst William Winter Samuel Dobbin of the Forrest Esquires Miles Beal Samuel Skinner William Cook Edward Cook William Guise William George Esquires William Selwyn John Cocks William Hodges Stephen Baldwyn Robert Coddrington Edmund Chamberlain Samuel Barker Esquires Sir Richard Holford Richard Haynes John Stafford Samuel Codrington John Nelme Thomas Trigg Nathaniel Pyrk William Blathwaite Richard Dighton Samuel Haling Jasper Chapman Thomas Purnell William Robinson Henry Izard Charls Cock George Gwynett Esquires Doctor Chetwood John Berkley Lyonell Rich of Dodesley George Coxeter Thomas Keble of Southorup Robert Porter Henry Payton Joseph Jones senior Henry Dobbins Henry Collett senior and junior Nicholas Steight Thomas Warkman Walter Keble of Southorup Richard Keble of Letchlade Robert Morgan of Fairford Benjamin Hyott of Gloucester Thomas Webb of the same Mercer John Gythens of the same Thomas Trye junior Stephen Gythens of Gloucester Thomas Rowney John Showell William Taylor of the same William Harris Richard Wintle Doctor of Physick Charles Smith John Robins of Matsdon John Meredith junior Thomas Stephens of Gloucester John Stevens Thomas Deacon Charles Cox Thomas Warner Edward Hill Richard Stephens Gabriel Hale Esquires William Bonner Gentleman Richard Dyton Mr. Woodward of the Mote John Hopkins Mr. Maddox of the Forest Thomas a Deane William Hanbury Esquire William Skinner of Preston Gentleman Richard Haywood of Barton Thomas Morgan Esquire Roynon Jones Esquire William Morvent Gentleman James Hawkings Gentleman Edward Southwell Esquire Thomas Chamberlaine Esquire John Carter junior Sr William Juxon The Honourable Gilbert Coventry George Pitt of Sudeley Edward Chamberlaine of Mangresbury William Batson of Borton on the Hill Theophilus Lee of Aldestrupp Esquires Parsons Rector of Oddington Charles Freeman of Twining John Hood of Crookes Anthony Sambage of Snowhill Escott of Numpsfeild Samuel Eckley of Hampsteed Gentlemen John Sturmey Phillipp Hayward Thomas Packer William Johnson William James Michael Harding John Seymour George Small of Hampton George Savage Esquires Thomas Small Avenning John Jenner of Marson Gentleman Richard Neast Thomas Kemble William Stint Thomas Bartholomew John Man Nicholas Stint John Barnes Daniel Kemble Thomas King William Jones The Bayliffes of Tewksberry for the Time being Thomas Downing of Perton Esquire William Green Gentleman Thomas Foley of Stoake Chambers Slaughter Esquires Sr Edward Fust Samuel Hawling William Higford John Higford of Dixon Esquires William Sambadge of Ashton Colonel Ireton Richard Tallboys of Dufton Sandys of Miserdine Esquire John Tracy William Whitmore Esquires Charles James John Braine Charles Goffe Christopher Woodward Thomas Woodward John Driver Thomas Steadman Captaine Sandford Stonehouse senior Mr [Standford (fn. 43) ] [junior (fn. 44) ] Esquires Richard Walwin Esquire John Bridges William Sambach of Snowhill Esquire Mr John Power Mr Fiennes Mr. Braw and Mr Hicks Clerks Thomas Savage Esquire John Stratford of Millom Post Thomas Merrick Esquire Rowland Sandford Mathew Cox Mr Martin of Pebworth Robert Holmes Esquire Thomas Sowtherne Esquire Mr Arundell junior Henry Collet William Dodwell John Marriott Edward Foyle John Browne Richard Browne Robert Dormer Thomas Stephens Edward Stephens Henry Cope John Smith Christopher Cole, Charles Wind John Prynn Nicholas Wrenford William Wilson Edward Webb Thomas Dawes Edward Stevens junior Nicholas Veale Thomas Freake Goddard Phillipp Sheppard junior Thomas Veale Francis Woodward William Player Charles Hart William Browne Dr Kemberley Charles Hancock George Hurdman William Francombe Thomas Walter Henry Were William Brown of Frenchey Thomas Edwards George Webb John Jacob John Bromwick William Whittington William Lawrence Thomas Bubb Thomas Rounge John Jeffries William Probin Edward Machin John Bridgeman Thomas Manson Rannon Jones Eustace Hardwick Henry Poole John Selwyn William Sandys Edmund Bray Charles Cox William Heyward William Rogers William Bridstock William James Thomas Stephens [John Jones Thomas Davis John Mayoe (fn. 44) ] John Arundell Giles Nash sen William Bradley Giles Venvile William Kyte Daniel Lysons Thomas Snell John Hyott Henry Collett John Bellars Lawrence Mace George Townsend Edward Hill William Pembridge John Griffin William Holliday Nicholas Webb of Gloucester Thomas Webb William James James Barrow Edmund Bond John Philpott Edward Machin Richard Tippett John Offdeane Thomas Burke Collonell Mathew Ducie [Morton (fn. 45) ] George Barrow Charles White William Smart Thomas String John Hickford William Pawlett Serjeant Edward Hungerford junior William Heyward of Quedsley Thomas Perrey Francis Ketchmel Mathew Hale Edward Southwell Richard Skipp of Durrington Hall Thomas Browne of Gloucester Thomas Wilcox of the same Mr Thomas Norwood of Lackington Jonathan Castleman William Gardiner Esquire of Geviton Charles Coxwell William Rogers of Dowdeswell Savage of Tedbury Gabriel Hale Sr Thomas Day Richard Codrington Robert Yate Thomas Edwards Nathaniel Wade Barrister at Law Sr John Smith Joseph Jackson of the Parke Richard Pope Nicholas Harding junior Esquires Nathaniel Tye Doctor in Divinity Anthony Collect of Borton on the Water John Jordan

For the City of Hereford

The Right Honourable Lord Viscount Scudamore of the Kingdom of Ireland The Right Honourable the Lord Coningsby of the Kingdome of Ireland James Bridges Thomas Foley James Morgan Henry Cornewall Herbert Westfaling Robert Dobbins senior Robert Dobbins junior James Wellington Esquires George Green Mayor of the Citty of Hereford Thomas Mathews Thomas Clark Richard Wadeley James Price Richard Poole Thomas Church Gabriel Blyke John Mors Henry Smith Jonah Tayler Thomas Aldern John Williams senior Roger Williams Theophilus Aley James Lane Benjamin Hill Adam Wiggins John Hill Cave Woodhouse Richard Hanks John Bainam Bristock Hartford Charls Caneardine Robert Symons Hugh Rodd Nicholas Philpots Edward Rodd Edmund Weaver John Smith James Lloyd Thomas Rodd James Westfaling Richard Philpotts Abell Isham Gilbert Hern Herbert Crofts William Symons Charls Pierce Gentleman Richard Banam William Mathews Thomas Frazer William Wadley

For the Burrough of Leominster

The Bayliffe Justices High Steward and Recorder for the Time being The Right Honourable Thomas Lord Coningsby of the Kingdome of Ireland John Dutton Colt Esquire Thomas Harris Thomas Price Townclerke Richard Powle John Powle John Whitingdon Caleb Powell James Powle Henry Seward Isaac Tompkins Robert Weaver Richard Jones John Jennings James Winton senior Richard Hodges Vincent Edwards John Williams John Stansbury Henry Browne John Walton

For the rest of the County of Hereford

The Honourable Robert Harley Esquire Speaker of the House of Commons The Right Honourable Lord Viscount Scudamore of the Kingdome of Ireland The Right Honourable Thomas Lord Coningsby of the Kingdome of Ireland The Honourable Henry Thynn Chambre Brabason James Bridges and Thomas Coningsby Esquires Sr John Williams St Francis Charleton Sr Herbert Crofts Sr Barnabas Scudamore Sr John Hoskins Sr John Packington Sr Richard Cocks Baronetts Sr John Williams Knight Henry Gorges Lawrence Fiennes Robert Price James Morgan John Arnold John Scudamore of Kenchurch Thomas Cornewall of Stapleton Herbert Westfaling Herbert Ruddall Westfaling Charles Baldwin John Dutton Colt Thomas Cox Edward Cornewall Henry Cornwall Thomas Foley of Whitley Thomas Foley of Stoke John How Charls Cornwall Samuell Pitt Thomas Cornwalls John Booth of Letton Herbert Aubrey John Price Robert Dobbins senior Edward Harley Salway Wennington John Salwey John Birch William Jones of Lanwarne Francis Baskervill Marshall Bridges Thomas Wigmore John [Noursey (fn. 46) ] William Dantsey senior William Dantsey junior Humphrey Thomas Richard Skipp Thomas Harley William Hanbury Edmund Letchmere Francis Bridges Robert [Vince (fn. 47) ] Robert Minors Timothy Geers John Kyrle Richard Barnaby William Gregory Richard Keed Robert Chaplin Younger Cooke Robert Payne William Guyllym of Langston James Woodhouse Thomas Duppa Giles Bridges James Wellington Henry Wigmore Anthony Biddolph Thomas Rawlings Silvanus Vaughan Humphrey Mayo George Carver of Upton Henry Bull of Dunfield Samuel Birch Robert Cutler Thomas Guyllym of Whitchurch Bridstock Hartford John Tomkins of Bucknall Essex Sherburne John Karver Rowland Baugh John Trist Francis Geers John Long William Bridges senior William Bridges junior of Colwall John Shepherd Robert Dobbins junior David Rowlands John Stratford Richard Hooper Richard Pye Henry Ireton John Delahay of Ewrishay Robert Moore and John Jeffries Esquires David Williams and William Brewster Doctors of Physick William Barnsley Georg Mason and James Walwyn Merchants William Lambe William Hoskins Thomas Pennoyre of the Moore Thomas Howarth Richard Witherston John Abrahall of Ingston William Wall William Pleydell John and Phillip Hoskins of Bernithon Henry Jones Thomas Owen of Little Brampton John Scudamore of Trecella Thomas Alderne of Monington Thomas Carpenter of Tillington sener James Westfaling Thomas Marcett John Berrington of the Brickhouse Francis Woodhouse John Kidley of Fownhope Richard Clarke John Hereford of Homlacy Edward Philly Daniel Kerry senior Thomas Leigh of the Hill John Smith of Homer Alban Thomas Francis Fosbrooke John Greenley Thomas Carpenter of Tillington junior John Middlebrooke Thomas Harper of Quebb Joshua Cross Nicholas Philpotts Paul Williams Gilbert Herne Herbert Crofts Thomas Jancy of Whitwick John Kirwood of Letton Joseph Jory Richard Avenant John Hodges Henry Jones junior John Capell Mr Chamberlin of Letton William Lewis Thomas Harris John Dellehay Farly Osborne John Noble Gwy Hill William Dun junior Benjamin Brewster Clerk and Richard Bond of Waford Captaine Norgrave of Monkland Richard Price of Bradner George White of the New Weare Edward Pye Chamberlayn Robert Weaver of Amestry Thomas Birch Charles Cutler of Ledbury John Hall of Bullen John Carpenter and Martin Bradford of Dilwin William Philips of Newton Thomas Rodd William Skinner of Buckerton and John Barnes of [Halbourt (fn. 48) ] Edmund Yemmes Gentlemen Allen Cliff of Mashon Esquire Henry Vaughan Gents

For the Burrough of St Albans

The Mayor Recorder and Aldermen for the Time being George Churchill John Gape junior Henry Killegrew Thomas Arris Lewis Montgomery James Bennett Esquires John Cole Archdeacon of St Albans Robert New Gents

For the rest of the County of Hertford

The Honourable Robert Cecill Esquire Sr Samuel Gerrard Sr Robert Austen Sr George Warburton Sr Robert Jocelin Sr William Luckin Sr Richard Onslow Sr William Cooper Sr Thomas Pope Blount Sr John Spencer Sr Thomas Brograve Sr Thomas Franklin Sr John Nappier Sr Edward Seabright Sr Gilbert Hoo Keat Sr Edmund Anderson Sr William Leman Sr James Read Sr Benjamin Maddox Sr Edwin Sadler Sr Peter Soame Sr John Shaw Sr Jeremiah Snow Baronetts Sr Ralph Ratcliffe Sr Thomas Bide Sr William Litton Sr John Bucknall Sr Robert Marsham Sr Edward Clarke Sr Thomas Rolt Sr Henry Chancey Sr Edward Turner Sr Bartholomew Shore Benjamin Titchburne Sr George Hutchins Sr James Etheridge Sr John Woolfe Sr Robert Beachcroft Knights George Churchill Henry Guy Silas Titus Charles Cesar Ralph Freeman senior Ralph Freeman junior Thomas Halsey James Goulston [Richard Goulston (fn. 49) ] William Munson George Munson Edward Chester Robert Chester Henry Cesar William Gore Henry Gore George Nodes Thomas Preistly William Preistly John Plummer Robert Elwes William Cowper Spencer Cowper Francis Flyer [Flyer (fn. 50) ] William Freeman Samuel Robinson Francklyn Miller James Witewrong Henry Killegrew William Harvey John Charlton Ralph Skinner Byde William Pym Robert Markham Jeremiah Hale William Hale of Thorley Edward Brisco William Brisco Brisco of Newberries John Gape senior John Gape junior William Allen Thomas Pask John Freeman Roger Conesby Robert Chester Mathew Bluck W illiam Berners Edward Sayer John Coppyn John Fotherley William Phipps Edward Goldsborough Thomas Arris George Hadley Richard Helder Israel Mayo George Mayo Richard Woolaston William Bacon Thomas Arann Ulysses Blount James Willimott John Cockaine Giles Dent John Pointer William Dyer William Freeman junior Francis Brown William Peir Williams Strange Jocelyn William Calverd Felix Calverd Robert King Edward Ratcliffe Alexander Weld Edward Seymour Joseph Jordain John Woodhouse Thomas Bownest Ralph Wingate John Duncombe Joseph Edmunds Thomas How Giles Dunstar Thomas Dunstar Goodman Jenkins Henry Coghill senior Henry Coghill junior William Ashton Robert Heysham William Lowndes Thomas Ewer Joshua Lomax Thomas Lomax Edmund Feild Charls Turner Marmaduke Rawden John Leman James Bennett Henry Kingsley Thomas Baldwyn Thomas Day Simon Harcourt John Austin Daniel Nicholls Nicholas Ansell Edmond Smith senior Henry Child John Cooke Thomas Newland John Crosse senior John Crosse junior Paris Slaughter Thomas Turner Newdigate Poyntz Pike Crouch Robert Frampton William Coward Serjeant at Law George Needham Henry Channey William Levins Richard Waller William Wallis Robert Jolley John Billers John Angier William Carpenter John Kentish William Greenhill John Rashley Thomas Halfepenny William Cotton Tailor of Popes Thomas Bird of Mattocks John Pargiter Thomas Blackmore junior Esquires William Jarman John Brockett John Robinson Robert Gale William Cason Richard Emerton Thomas Emerton Francis King senior Francis King junior Richard Dagnall Thomas Nichols of Bushey John Nicholls of Aldenham John Nichols of Idelstry John Poyner Richard Warman of Barnet Charls Cullen Mathew Williams John Naseby Ebenezor Sadler Japhet Crook John Roberts Thomas Child Edmund Smith junior Eignon Bynon Ralph Day Richard Way Henry Smith junior Richard Bigg John Dalton John Bun Edward Ettrick Edward Field William Wright Francis Cole Edward Fuller Lewis Mountgomery Henry Daldern Robert Lay Edward Draper Samuel Harris Thomas Papworth Joseph Alcock Robert Draper Thomas Glascock Richard Reyner Isaac Finch William Fazakerly Henry Baldwyn George Draper Edward Laundy John Warburton John Griffin David Smith Robert New Alban Cox William Lake John Marriott Daniell Luddington John Chauncey William Hasler William Fletcher Robert Hadesley Robert Thorowgood John Walle Jasper Garnet Richard Uthwatt Ralph Hawkins Thomas Adams of Walkern George Underwood Benjamin Jones John Gill John Cock Edward Heynes John Hobbs Edward Denny Nicholas Martial James Varey Joseph Cramphorne Philip Mitchell James Minty Israel Kenton Thomas Cranfield Thomas Dawgs William Chew Robert Dimsdale Doctor of Physick John Dimsdale junior Gentlemen Thomas Fuller Doctor of Divinity John Cole Archdeacon of St Albans The Mayor Recorder and Aldermen of Hertford for the Time being The Mayor of St Albans for the Time being

For the Towne of Huntingdon.

The Mayor for the time being The Honourable Sidney Wortley alias Mountagu Esquire The Honoble Charls Boyle Esquire Francis Wortley alias Montague [Esquire (fn. 49) ] John Big Esquires John Pocklington Esquire Richard Astrey Joseph Barlow Gents James Torkington Esquire George Mosit William Dowse senior William Dowse junior Thomas Harris Edward Audley Philip Soper John Negus Michael Ringstead Gentlemen William Peacock senior Robert Rabye Gentlemen.

For the rest of the County of Huntingdon.

Lawrence Blat Esquire High Sheriffe The Honourable Sidney Wortley alias Mountague Esquire The Honourable Francis Wortley Esquire The Honourable Charles Boyle Esquire Sr John Cotton Sr Robert Barnard Sr John Conniers Sr Robert Jenkinson Sr Henry Pickering Baronetts Sr Charls Duncombe Sr John Marshall Knights John Proby John Dryden Arthur Turnour William Pieripoynt Silas Titus Robert Apreece Anthony Hammond John Big John Cotton William Nailour James Torkington John Ferrar John Pocklington Charles Geery George Blundell Doctor John Kington John Pedley Robert Pulleyn Philip Storey Charls Cesar John Wright Doctor of Physick Henry Ashley Robert Williams Francis Harby Richard Dyer Robert Thompson Arthur Joceline Henry Kingsley Francis Delachamp John Keate Baldwin Coniers Robert Apreece junior Edward Belamy Charls Sheppard Esquires John Big junior Richard Nailour John Ferrar junior Abraham Ris Richard Wind John Brownell Simon Mason Edward Hanger John Hanger John Ashcroft Richard Hatley James Right Thomas Wright John Bellamy Edward Checkley Edward Mason Mark Newman John Poulter Richard Carter Jonathan Read Martin Lacy Robert Sewester William Sparrow Roger Peck Francis Parris Henry Tirce Gentlemen William Wye Robert Vinter Aldred Clarke Thomas Maile Lawrence Tonson Thomas Pele John Howell William Peacock John Raby William Dowse senior Gentlemen John Read Joseph Hanger William Nichols Charnock Herne William Coldesell Robert Swaine Edward Audley Thomas Harris Francis Negus John Attley John Peacock Gentlemen John Atleigh Walter Thong and Bartholomew Bentley Gents

For the Citty and County of the Citty of Canterbury

The Mayor Recorder and Aldermen for the Time being Sr William Honywood Sr Thomas Hales Baronetts George Sayers Henry Lee Edward Nutt William Braodnax John Cason Christopher Mills John Hardresse Lawrence Bridgier William Watson Jeffry Boys William Turner William Crayford Esquires Thomas Taylour Doctor of Law Captain Samuel Beane John Hobday Gentlemen.

For the Towne and Liberty of Dover

The Mayor and Juratts for the Time being Sr Abraham Jacob Mr Frederick Devinck Mr Robert Jacob Mr Nathaniel Matson.

For the Town of Folkeston.

The Mayor and Juratts for the Time being Sr Philip Boteler Sr Bazill Dixwell Baronetts John Boteler John Mitchel John Taylor Jacob Des Bouverie William Brockman Esquires

For the Towne of Fordwich

Sr Bazill Dixwell Sr Thomas Hales Sr James Oxenden Baronetts William Brodnax John Taylor William Spencer Thomas Marsh Thomas Turner Esquires William Deeds Doctor of Physick

For the Towne of Feversham

The Mayor and Jurats for the Time being and Thomas Napleton Esquire

For the Towne of Tenterden

The Mayor for the Time being Sr George Choute Baronet Robert Austin Esquire Richard Hulse Robert Whitwick Jeremiah Curties William Blackmore John Mantel William Curties William Finch Joseph Tucker James Skeats Gentlemen

For the Towne and Libertie of Sandwich

The Mayor and Jurats for the Time being John Taylor and John Mitchell Esquires The Bayliffe and Town-Clerke for the time being

For the Towne and Port of New Romney

Sr Charls Sidley Baronet John Brewer Esquire The Mayor and Jurats for the time being Mr John Mascall junior Mr Edmund Martin Mr Stephen Jordan Mr Robert Cobb

For the Towne of Lydd

The Bayliffe and Jurats for the Time being and the Town-Clark John Jemmat

For the Towne and Port of Hyth and West Hyth within the Libertie of the said Towne and Port

The Mayor for the Time being Robinson Beane Henry Deeds William Browne Elias Bassett William Chittenden William Stoakes Nicholas Hatton Daniel Forman Jacob Des Boverie Jurats Sr Philip Boteler Baronet John Boteler Esquire

For the rest of the County of Kent

Thomas Lord Fairfax Baron of Cameroone [in (fn. 51) ] the Kingdome of Scotland The Right Honourable Philip Lord Lysle Son and Heire Apparent to the Earle of Leicester The Honourable [Heneage (fn. 52) ] Heneage Finch Esquire The Honourable James Bertie Esquire Sr Charls Sidley of South Fleet Sr Thomas Roberts Sr Charls Sidley of Saint Cleare Sr Thomas Twisden Sr George Rivers Sr Henry Palmer Sr Thomas Colpeper Sr Robert Marsham Knight and Baronet Sr Philip Boteler Sr Thomas Knatchbull Sr Thomas Stiles Sr Bazill Dixwell Sr Stephen Leonard Sr James Oxenden Knight and Baronet Sr John Rainy Sr William Honywood Sr Thomas Hales Sr Humphry Miller Sr George Peirce Sr Nathaniel Powell Sr Robert Austen Sr Robert Fagg Sr Robert Filmer Sr John Shaw Sr William Thomas Sr George Chout Sr John Morden Sr John Lethieulier Sr Jacob Astley Sr Francis Head Sr William Coopers Edward Betenson Sr Michael Biddolfe Sr Gilbert Hoe-Keate Sr Comport Fitz Sr Richard Sandys Sr Cholmley Dering Baronets St Francis Leigh Sr William Pritchard Sr George Curtis Sr Charles Bickerstaffe Sr Henry Bosvil Sr Robert Faunce Sr Nicholas Tooke Sr Joseph Williamson Sr George Rooke Sr Edward Gregory St Thomas Meeres Sr James Etheridge Sr Clousley Shovel Sr John Sparrow Sr Isaac Rebow Knights Edward Roper William Campion William Watton Charles Amhurst Thomas Rider John Leech Thomas Twisden Gideon de Laune George Herlacenden Richard Bowater William Bockenham Christopher Waters John Bennett John Moule Robert Austen Robert Crawford James Masters John Taylor of Briftons Herbert Randolph John Boys John Courthope William Hammon Richard Trevor William Broome Thomas King William Turner Samuell Short Edward Wyvell William Brockman Thomas Moyle Thomas Papillon James Hayes Francis Bathurst William De Laune James Bunce George Petty William [Selb (fn. 53) ] John Hide John Mitchell Peter De Lanoy William Aldworth Edward Carey John Perry Major Gibbon John Cook Robert Gibbon Edmond Gibbon Thomas Osborne James Herbert Ralph Buffkin Bower Hendley John Brewer William Brodnax Thomas Dallison Edward Goubton William Cage Renold Peckham William Saunderson John Wilkinson William Honywood of Elham Richard Godwyn William Ash Bartholomew Beale Thomas Manley John Adey Thomas Lake William Fleetwood John Moslow Simon Biddolph Edward La Neve Heneage Dering Edward Crayford Walter Hooper John Kenard William Glanville George Sayer William Haggessen Leonard Diggs Gerrard Gore Nicholas Cooke Justinian Champnes senior George Elcock Henry Oxenden John Napleton Henry Hawley Henry Lee James Codd John Tooke Robert Heath John Evelin Edward Austen William Lambard William Wilkinson Thomas Lambard William Emerton Jeffry Amhurst of Riverhead Philip Bartholomew George Gilford William Bathurst Francis Furnaby Ralph Petley John Buggens John Brett Fisher Percivall Hart Robert Honywood Richard Britton John Lynch Abraham Hill Edward King Francis Barrell Edward Grace Thomas Gifford John Cason Robert Beake James Fortry John Thurbane Serjeant at Law Edmond Davenport John Boteler Doctor Thomas Taylor Jacob Desbouverie Captaine Pellet Thomas Bliss John Godden Nordish Ran Godfrey Meinsell Abraham Harrison Arnold King Ellis Cunliffe Phillip Papillon William Henman Francis Waterman Samuel Leonard Captain Pearch Daniel White Captain Stevens Thomas Scott Charles Bargrave William Courthope Samuel Plommer William White Roger Paine Thomas Napleton Edward Nutt Thomas Brewer Robert Mitchell Thomas Washer Samuel Shaw Thomas Selyard Christopher Allison Edward Manning John Hill John Crump John Dyke William Randolph Edward Tooke Thomas Meredith Charles Kendrick William Crayford Thomas Marsh Humphrey Styles Richard Hulse Edward Knatchbull Benjamin Godfrey John Bond William Turner Henry Godfrey William James Roger Kirby John Powell Edmond Bagshaw Peter Godfrey Mathew Aylmer Richard Thornhill Thomas Turner John Hollingberry Samuel Mills Charles Cesar Brooke Bridges Francis Wheeler Richard Simmonds William Tindall George Eckins Captain Courthope William Spencer James Masters of Yokes John John Baron John Smith John Brown William Dixon John Coppin of Deale Thomas Morris Charles Fagg Thomas Granger Esquire George Oxenden Doctor of Law Doctor William Deeds Thomas Nower Everard Boys Captain Waters Henry Deeds Thomas Turner Doctor Salisbury Cade The Mayor of Rochester for the Time being John Hogg junior William Head John Clarke Bonham Hayes Doctor Hatley Benjamin Hatley The Mayor of Maidstone for the Time being Garrett Callant Francis Finch William Weaver George Pierce Robert Salmon Samuel Wood William Reader Thomas Wattle William Welrish Francis Curtis John Brian George Charleton Robert Swinock The Jurats of Maidstone being Justices of the Peace Thomas Fagg William Brett George Whitwick Thomas Brett Gentlemen The Mayor of Gravesend for the Time being Christopher Watters William Yates John Christmas Thomas Chiffinch Francis Brooks Francis Skegg George Charter Edward Chapman Barnard Ellis Robert Coney Fettiplace Knott John Ball Robert Lee Baldwin Duppa Jeremiah Gregory Samson Bourne William Wattson John Wattson John Skinner Thomas Waller William Boswell Carew Holford William Woodyer Robert Holden of Hawridge Luke Spencer Thomas Lanier Thomas Plummer William Simonds Felix Cadwell William Allen Abraham Spooner Nicholas Smith junior Gilbert Knowles John Robinson Edward Chapman John Holman Benjamin Crayker John Muscall The Mayor of Queenborough and Justices of the Peace Charls Finch John Duboys William Hodgskins William Smith John Norman William Finch Gentlemen The Bayliffe and Expenditor of Romney Marsh for the Time being John Lade Thomas Golding Gentlemen Peers Mauditt Esquire Benjamin Crayker Thomas Bathurst Gentlemen John Banks Esquire Sr Richard Raynes Henry Polhill John Amhurst William Emmett Thomas Hawgood William Hooker Samuel Lewen Francis Nicholson Edmond Beghan Richard Samson Robert Bretton Wortley Whorwood Richard Sommers Philip Packer Edwyn Wyatt Serjeant at Law John Dyke Stephen Artleton Edmond Bolter John Bathurst Esquires John Huffam Isaac Loader Richard Goodhew George Childrens George Page Mathias Fletcher George Hussey Marriatt Pett Arthur Apsley John Grumbridge Robert Bennett William Henman of Charing Joseph Wright Thomas Knight Captain William Wright Captain William Faresbye Captain Thomas Jennings Rowland Crispe Joeph Lem Captain Richard Etkins Thomas Curtis John Fenner Isaac Walter Gentlemen The Bayliffe and Jurats of Rumney Marsh for the Time being and the Expenditor of the Five Waterings Thomas Palmer Brooke Bridges junior Frederick Herne Solomon Hougham Roger Twisden Edwin Wyatt John Savage Richard Gee John Stanian Samuel Burton Stephen Ashton Peter Courthope Samuel Boys Warner Warner John Tooke Esquires Charles Polhill Robert Barrett Walter Harris Scarles Goatley John Mantle Charles Muning of Dartford William Lee of Woolwitch Matthias Gray Francis Jeffreys Richard Head Captain John Hunt Thomas Marshall Edward Beeston Henry Campion John Jewell Gentlemen Edward Filmer Esquire Doctor Thomas Smith Christopher Searles Gentlemen Anthony Ball of Bromley William Dewe Gentlemen Captain Peter Martin Mr Richard Baker Richard Syms Esquire Phillip Papillon Esquire Joseph Hyde Gents Snelling Thomas Robert Thompson Esquires John Nowres Edward Neppecher James White Gentlemen Henry Stephens of Eastchurch Esquire William Barrow of Birden Gents John Hiccocks John Ball Thomas Washer John Washer Esquires

For the County Palatine of Lancaster

The Honourable James Stanley Esquire The Honourable Charles Stanley Esquire The Honourable Fitton Gerrard Esquire Sr Charles Houghton Sr Thomas Stanley Sr Ralph Ashton Sr Robert Duckinfeild Sr Roger Braidshaigh Sr William Pennington Sr John Bland Sr Thomas Standish Sr William Lowther Sr William Norreys Baronets Sr Edward Chiswell Sr Christopher Greenfeild Knights Richard Bold Roger Kirby Robert Heysham Edward Rigby Henry Ashhurt Orlando Bridgeman Thomas Brotherton Thomas Leigh Thomas Stringer Christopher Leister Peter Shakerly William Clayton Thomas Fleetwood James Holt Edward [Fleetwood (fn. 54) ] Richard Fleetwood John Atherton William Farrington Roger Nowell Charles Hurston Henry Hilton Giles Heysham Esquires John Enthwistle Thomas Rigby Thomas Bradill Ambrose Pudsey Alexander Osbaldeston Richard Spencer John Warren Edward Warren Thomas Banks William Rawston Thomas Ashhurst Thomas Sergeant Samuel Cheatham of Turtoun James Duckinfeild Charles Duckinfeild William Fleming Thomas Molineux John Braddil Edward Parker Robert Parker William Holme Leigh Banks Joshua Horton Edward Wilson Henry Hodkinson Miles Sandys Robert Mawdsley Peter Egerton Nicholas Starkey Alexander Johnson Francis Lindly Charles Rigby William West John Fenwick Ralph Livessey Edward Rishton John Harrison Nicholas Rigby Esquires Benjamin Houghton Esquire Roger Lacy Richard Clayton Jonathan Blackborne John Blackbourne Nicholas Rigby junior Henry Greenaugh Richard Enthwistle Bertie Enthwistle Thomas Dodd Esquires John Walmsley John Asshewn Christopher Rawlinson William Knipe Thomas Lever Richard Percivall of Orlaton Richard Norris Richard Longworth John Dancy Richard Ashton Esquires Joseph Yates Edward Chetham Edmond Cole Robert Hide Thomas Sherson John Hodson Edward Thornicroft Edward Hearle Thomas Rigby Richard Percivall of Manchester Thomas Winkly Esquires George Birch Roger Fleming Alexander Hesketh Thomas Bradshaw Samuel Crooke Oliver Lime William Slater William Lowd John Lattes Esquires Robert Roper Esq[uire] Thomas Lister Roger Hesketh Esquire Charles Leigh Alexander Holt George Piggott Charles Hilton George Farrington William Farrington junior William Pattin Thomas Johnson Richard Walmsley Thomas Bateman Jeremiah Sowrey John Risley Cross of Cross Hall Thomas Townleys Charles Halstead Edward Holden Thomas Holdcraft George Keynyan Thomas Waller Esquires Thomas Keynyan Gentleman John Fewers Esquire William Kirby John Veale Oswell Mosley William Magull William Johnson Ralph Egerton [William (fn. 55) ] Bootle Peter Ormeroid Nicholas Rushton Nicholas Cunclett Thomas Roughley Thomas Crofts Samuel Hilton Richard Windall Richard Richmond Clerk Silvester Richmond Gentleman John Wright Henry Wright Thomas Smith William Leigh Thomas Tyrer George Darbyshire George Colbourne Thomas Patten George Cheetham John Case James Bretter of Holt Jonathan Case Thomas Cooke James Ashton Andrew [Danby (fn. 56) ] John Clayton Thomas Clayton of Adlington John Oldfeild George Sorocold Robert Molyneux John Nuttell Nicholas Hammond John Wilmes Richard Houghton William Hatton Thomas Caterall John Goulburne Thomas Haywood Robert Halliwell Richard Holland Richard Dickison John Leach James Norcroft Thomas Sudall Thomas Croft Edward Parr Thomas Goubourn James Fowles Edward Holts John Berry John Crawson Thomas Mather John Earle of Warrington Gentlemen Thomas Bigland James Ferrer Daniel Sefton Nicholas Fitzakerley Joseph Hooper Miles Lansdale Richard Tonge Thomas Sandiford Richard Sporling Barton Shuttleworth Thomas Martin Richard Langton Edward Scott Cuthbert Sharples Levinus Hewston James Gibbons Silvester Moorcraft Henry Parr William Godsalve Alexander Davie John Tatum John Townley Robert Walmley Utred Shuttleworth John Bradshaw John Whittaker Edmund Robinson Richard Eckridge William Hill Samuel Holloways Edward Gaskin John Owen John Wilson Thomas Atkison John Hopwood of Manchester Thomas Barker John Cawthorne William Bushell William Buckley Alexander Butler Lawr Turner John Robinson The Mayor Recorder and Aldermen and Bayliffs of Lancaster for the Time being Thomas Robinson Edmund Thornton Francis Nicholson Richard Simpson The Mayor the Aldermen and Bayliffs of the Burrough of Preston for the time being Roger Suddle senior Daniel Chaddock Jeffery Rishton John Whittaker John Loxam John Harrison The Mayor Recorder Aldermen and Bayliffs of the Burrough of Wiggan for the Time being Bertie Entwhistle Edward Herle Esquires Henry Brown Robert Markland Richard Wells James Harvey James Tatlock John Harvey Gentlemen The Stewards of the Burrough of Newton for the Time being Lee Boden John Mather George Leigh jun The Bayliffs and Recorder of the Borough of Clitherow John Ashton John Webster The Mayor and Bayliffs of the Borough of Liverpoole for the Time being Peter Atherton Daniel Danvers William Preeson Samuel Done John Pemberton Thomas Sweetin David Poole John Cleveland John Pemberton junior

For the Borough of Leicester

John Abney Esquire Mayor of the said Borough and the Mayor and Aldermen for the Time being Mathew Symons Esquire William Frank Esquire John Major Esquire William Southwell George Beat senior John Wilkins John Brokesby John Pares senior Henry Pate John Cracroft Samuel Woodland Edmund Cradock Richard Townsend Richard Weston Robert Lord Robert Hobson Thomas Simpson Thomas Hartshorne Thomas Aires John Burditt James Annis Richard Foxon John Ward Arthur Noone William Sheares William Orton Gentlemen Sr William Villiers Bar' Lawrence Carter junior Esquire

For the rest of the County of Leicester

The Right Honourable the Lord Marquess of Hartington Son and Heir Apparent to William Duke of Devonshire The Right Honoble the Lord William Pawlet Second Son to the late Duke of Bolton The Right Honourable Thomas Lord Viscount Beaumount of the Kingdome of Ireland The Right Honourable Scroop Lord Viscount How of the Kingdom of Ireland The Right Honable John Lord Roos Son and Heir Apparent to John Earle of Rutland The Right Honourable Bennett Lord Sherrard of the Kingdom of Ireland The Honourable Charles Bertie The Honourable Heneage Finch The Honourable John Verney The Honourable John Noell The Honourable George Watson Esquires Sr William Villers Sr Thomas Mackworth Sr Robert Hesilridge Sr Roger Cave Sr Justinian Isham Sr George Beaumont Sr John Chester Sr Richard Holford Sr Walston Dixy Sr Edward Hudson Sr Edward Smith Sr William Ellis Sr Robert Dashwood Baronetts Sr William Rawlinson Sr Edward Abney Sr Edward Wigley Sr Ambrose Philips Sr William Yorke Sr Charles Duncombe Knights John De la Fountain Jeffrey Palmer Edward Smith Thomas Boothby Thomas Babington Richard Lister senior Richard Lister junior William Whaley George Ashby Edward Biglord Henry Turner Serjeants at Law John Wilkins Charls Morris Thomas Skeffington Brome St John Bennet Francis Monday Charles Jennens Robert Hesilridge Gilbert Bickering William Belgrave senior William Belgrave junior Mathew Johnson Clerke of the Parliament William Jesson Roger Row Bartlet Street William Inge Thomas Gresly John Wilson Robert Wilson Thomas Hartop Thomas Brudnall James Winstanly George Hewitt Roger Smith George Pochin Rowland Brown Clifton Pack John Oneby Robert Oneby Thomas Caldecutt William Boothby [senior & (fn. 57) ] ( (fn. 58) junior William Faunt Henry Kendall William Woollaston Samuel Cotton Barnard Cotton James Armston John Major William Hartop Edward Coniers Henry Gilbert John Mitton Edward Needham William Whaley junior James Halsall William Ashby Shuckbury Ashby John St Johns Stephen Harvey Archdale Palmer Thomas Lewis John Thornagh Danvers Hodges Isaac Woolaston Thomas Charnells Esquires Michael Wrightson William Frank Jervas Broadgate William Bembridge William Herrick Mathew Symonds Richard Walker Leonard Vow Everard Goodman Tirringham Stephens John Coles Robert Freeman William Clerke of Gilmorton Thomas Woodcock of Kegom John Hood Charles Farnham William Busby Robert Smith William Ruding John Hurst Charles Harcut of Rowdon Henry Bigland Samuel Bracebridge William Phillips Henry Smith Henry Dyson Edward Reynolds Thomas Leving Richard Burges William Mead Chamell Cane Gentlemen Lawrence Carter junior William Bird Samuel Shallcross Thomas Pochin Esquires Richard Watts and Thomas Andrews Gentlemen

For the County of Lincolne and the City and County of the City of Lincolne

The Right Honourable the Lord William Paulett Second Son of the late Duke of Bolton The Right Honourable Lord Viscount Castleton of the Kingdom of Scotland The Right Honourable the Lord Ross Son and Heir Apparent of John Earle of Rutland The Right Honourable Robert Willoughby Son and Heir Apparent to Robert Earle of Lindsey The Right Honourable the Lord Sherard of the Kingdom of Ireland The Right Honourable William Lord Fitz William of the Kingdom of Ireland The Right Honourable Thomas Lord Fairfax of the Kingdome of Scotland The Right Honourable Peregrine Bertie junior (fn. 57) Vice Chamberlain and One of His Majesties most Honourable Privy Councill The Honourable Thomas Baptist Manners The Honourable William Cecill The Honourable James Bertie The Honourable Charles Bertie senior Charles Bertie junior The Honourable Peregrine Bertie junior The Honourable John Varney The Honourable Philip Bertie The Honourable Thomas Sanderson The Honourable James Sanderson The Honourable William Mountague Sr Henry Monson Sr John Tyrwhitt Sr Thomas Hussey Sr John Bolles Sr Willoughby Hickman Sr William Ellis Sr John Oldfeild Sr William Massingbeard Sr Rowland Gwyn Sr Edward Barkham Sr Thomas Willoughby Sr John Thorold Sr Charles Orby Sr John Newton Sr Walter Clerges Sr Thomas Skipwith Sr Edward Farmer Sr Thomas Rolt Sr Michael Wharton Sr John Tompson Sr Thomas Trollopp Sr William Buck Sr Edward Hussey Sr John Sherard Sr George Markham Sr Hardolph Wasteneys Sr Richard Cust Baronetts Sr Thomas Meres Sr Edmund Turner Sr Thomas Travill Sr John Meres Knights The Honourable Champion Dymoke William Parpoint Stephen Rothwell Vincent Grantham George Whichcott Bryon Nevill John Dington John Chaplin Christopher Hales William Tomlyns Lewis Dymoke John Booth de Rayson Esquires Robert Tyrwhitt Thomas Pownall Henry Newstead Cyriac Westlehead Peter Short Richard Nelthorpe William Long de Barton John Michlethwaite senior John Michlethwaite junior John Stanhope Thomas Newcomin Esquires Robert Boswell Edward Dimock de Lincolne John Platt Martin Browne Henry Thorold John Nelthorpe John Appleyard Stephen Hutchinson George Langton Richard Ellis Charles Dymocke de Sawstrope Edward Irby Henry Jenkinson John Bryon Philip Neave Rawston Hart Thomas Lister Christopher Berisford William Hyde Thomas Vyner Richard Winch Gilbert Bury Thomas Bury Esquires Edward Hales Anthony Wingfeild Cyprion Thornton Richard Halford Thomas Burrell de Dowsby John Harvey Jonathan Gostello Snow William Thornton Robert Goodall Lewis Hurst Henry Heron Martin Johnson de Spalding John Toller Francis Faine Robert Fisher Noah Neale Daniel Deline Esquires Sigismond Trafford James Balder Ralph Pearson Reuben Parke William Belgrave William Ambler Robert Long Henry Pell John Thorold de Grantham Andrew Hackett Thomas Emerson Christopher Fairfax Edward Paine John Pakey William Cotton William Jesope de Dimsington Arthur Moor William Jay Joseph Short George Fitzwilliams Esquires George White John Francis Richard Gilbert John Shaw John Thornley John Worsopp John Garland Gentlemen Thomas Lodington Doctor of Civill Law Henry Cooke John Gape Thomas Thoroton William Marwood William Munson Thomas Brooke Robert Ryley Charles Caldecott Esquires William Hyde Anthony Palmer The Mayor Recorder Aldermen and Sheriffs of the Citty of Lincoln The Mayor Aldermen and Recorder of Grimsby Mayor Aldermen and Recorder of Boston The Mayor Aldermen and Recorder of Stamford The Aldermen ( (fn. 59) ) and Recorder of Grantham William Haskod John Robinson John Coddington Robert Cole John Colcroft Arthur Taylor William Ashton junior Joseph Low Anthony Kirk William Kirk Nathaniel Garthwaite Edward Levesley Edward Garthwate junior Joseph Fidd Edward Hawood de Gosberton John Newton Nicholas Newcomen Thomas Johnson John Thorney Henry Moubray Ralph Rugley Charles Holford Gentlemen Peregrine Bertie of Gedney Esquire The Warden of Lowth William Yorke Mountague Cholmley William, Trollopp John Goodrick Samuel Lodington John Boult Edward Turner senior Edward Turner junior David Fields William Burbridge William Chapman Gentlemen John Chapman Esquire Francis Grantham Gents Matthew Lister The Deane and Chapter of Lincoln Robert Cawdron Thomas Cooley John Harvey George Fairfax Esq[uire]s Thomas Young William Tomson of Roxholme John Hussey John Fisher Richard Torksey John Pinder Christopher Palmer Sigismond Trafford William Hardy Benjamin Smith Richard Cuthbert George Newcomin Charles Fox Charles Bates Robert Fisher Francis Anderson John Leach de Horncastle William Wilson Samuel Barker Thomas Abbott John Ely senior John Ely junior Edwin Anderson John How James Ashton John Towne William Towne George Smith Johnson de Witham Richard Whittingam David Waite Waraner Waraner Thomas Yorke Richard Barnford John Camley Martin Johnson Gentlemen Robert Tyrwhit Esq[uire] Peter Mapletoft Thomas Harris Robert Sanders Adam Bland Isaac. Newton John Burton Gentlemen William Bonner William Cotton John Appleyard Thomas Webberley John Key William Taylor de Heckington William Tomlins de Riby Anthony Burton Humphrey Hyde Anthony Thomson Henry Lamb Benjamin Cuthbert William Stafford John Quinsey Robert Jenkinson Thomas Biltliffe junnior Charls Beaty Thomas Hardy Thomas Moore Edmund Dickinson William Marshall John Neave Doctor Fulwood de Stamford John Evans Ralph Maddison Thomas Maddison Thomas Poole Robert Harris Henry Caywood Edward Austin Eusebius Morton Edward Willby Thory Todd Beavill Wimberley William Jay William Delamere Henry Andrews of Osgarby Humphry Walcott of Walcott John Browne William Willby Henry Boulton John Hodgson Robert Caldecott Peter Hancock George Snouden Doctor Rishier Gentlemen Anthony Lucas George Monson Edward Monson Edward Wynn William Kirke Sibthorpe sen[ior] Sibthorpe junior Isaac Tulley Humphrey Browne William Stamford Philipp Stamford George Clayton William Fortrey John Wayman Samuell Cooper Stephen Bridge William Abell William Stow Christopher Rands William Chapman de Skegnes John Johnson de Lincolne John Francis de Horncastle [Dunley (fn. 60) ] Askham Robert Laming William Fiddle William Stermet Langley Gace Arthur Cressey John Brewen William Arlock Richard Palfreman John Rosseter John Philips Thomas Place John Tulley Richard Milner Christopher Rollston Richard Clipsam. William Davison William Scupholme William Wollby Henry Neave de Skidbrooke Robert Dymocke John Dymocke Richard Pye George Dashwood Richard Stamford Edward Greathead Gentlemen William Dighton Richard Kelham Peregrine Wallett Robert Palmer Seignior West John Jessopp Fleetwood Farrington John Nichill Norris Lenton William Wimberley Thomas Cooley Richard Smith Michael Boulton William Fulbeck William Grant de Basingham Mathew Kerke Robert Browne Broxholme Browne James Dalby Samuel Neale Edward Brown de Gretford William Trollopp John Pinchbeck Charles Morton James Preston Samuel Preston Thomas Keay Erasmus Darwin Gentlemen John Medcliffe Thomas Petchell Esquires John Parker Samuel Browne Benjamin Broomhead Gentlemen

For the Citty of London with the Liberty of St Martins Le Grand

The Lord Mayor and Aldermen for the Time being Sr Salathiel Lovell Recorder and the Recorder for the Time being Sr Robert Beachcroft Sr Henry Furness Sheriffs The Honourable Robert Harley Esquire Speaker of the House of Commons The Right Honourable Sr Charles Hedges Knight Principall Secretary of State Sr Thomas Trevor Knight His Majesties Attorney Generall Sr John Hawles Knight His Majesties Solicitor Generall The Right Honourable Henry Boyle ( (fn. 61) ) Chancellor of His Majesties Excheq[uer] Sr Thomas Littleton Bart Sr Samuel Barnardiston Sr John Mordent Sr Benjamin Ayloffe Sr Henry Ashhurst Sr William Cowper Sr Bazill Firebrace Baronets Doctor George Oxenden Sr William Cole Sr Bartholomey Gracedieu Sr James Collett Sr Thomas Vernon Sr Mathew Andrews Sr John Lethieulier Sr Jeremiah Sambrooke Sr Thomas Sr George Sr Richard Raynes [Sir (fn. 62) ] Gabriel Roberts Sr Stephen Evance Sr John Cope Baronet Sr Robert Adams Sr Rowland Aynsworth S Thomas Cuddon Chamberlain Sr John Eyles Sr William Scawen Sr Edward Wills Philip Papillon John Morris Doctor Henry Newton Chancellor of London Thomas Ryder John Conyers William Strong John Smith Sr Jeffry Jeffryes John Jeffryes Charles Chamberlaine John Nicolls Arthur Barron James Boddington Jacob Desbovyrie John Hibbert William Fazakerly Deputy William Gun Deputy Thomas Phelp George Boddington Samuel Somerford Thomas Gardner Deputy Peter Jay William Faulkner Gerrard [Conyers (fn. 62) ] Isaac Houblon Robert Raworth Thomas Collett Deputy Charles Ball Richard Winn Arthur Shallott Charles Godolphin Gilbert Heathcott Thomas Eyres Deputy John Harvey Henry Cornish John Sansome Joseph Wright John Ward Samuel Rawstern senior Edmond Boulter Thomas Emes Deputy Mathew Humberstone William Nutt Sr Samuel Garrard ( (fn. 63) ) Martin Ryder Charles Thorold Duncan Dee Sr Thomas Frankland Sr Robert Cotton John Morgan Samuel Stanier John Rudge Joseph Wolfe John Deacle John Freeman Sr Theodore Janssen James Denew Samuel Roycroft Sr Cloudesley Shovell Colonel Henry Hatley William Broughton John Sherbrooke Deputy Peter Duncane Sr Walter Young Sr Richard Haddock Charls Sergison Dennis Lyddall John Hill Peter Godfrey Thomas Phipps John Wells Deputy John Munford Deputy John Hardrett Daniell Dorville Anthony Burrin Edward Clarke Major John Aires William Rouse Abraham Lethieulier Robert Knight Freeman Collins Deputy Nathaniel Tench Benjamin Smith John Tooley Deputy Godfrey Webster Peter Gray Thomas Cole Deputy Edward Risheire William Snelling Thomas Fyge Deputy Timothy Lenoy Nicholas Willmott Francis Levett Richard Bristow Benjamin Rookby Thomas Coulston Joseph Martin William Lewen Peter Parker Deputy Arthur Champneys Frederick Herne Robert Bristow senior Robert Bristow senior Thomas Vyner Robert Moor Samuel Jackson Richard Hoar James Eaton Robert Ashhurst George Nicholls Captain William Phillipps John Midgley Alexander Pitfeild John Egleton Benjamin Brownsmith Daniel Wray Deputy George Tredway William Disher Abraham Beake Jacob Diston The Honourable James Bridges George Newland Richard [Alic (fn. 64) ] Sr Thomas Davall Peter Lekeux Cesar-Chamberlain Richard Barnes Deputy James Hallett Augustine Marriott John Moore Deputy Richard Pemble Francis Thacker Edward Etterick Nathaniel Herne Francis Dashwood Thomas Northy Richard Acton Deputy William Richardson Deputy Peter Eaton Nathaniel Long Richard Long William Freeman Edward Fenwick Lemuel Leppington Peter Vandermersh Robert Stampier Deputy Thomas Dade John Sherwood Thomas Mollineux Edward Browne Thomas Cooper Francis Eyles William Walker John Roberts William Ettrick Joseph Diston George Walcott Anthony Sturt Charles Middleton Merchant Anthony Tourney James Bull John Lane Richard Cradock Esquire Robert Child William Ashhurst Captain David Rowlands Samuel Perry William Kent Walter Kent Jeremiah Gough Sr Bartholomew Shower John Fisher Sr James Smith William Willis Thomas Harris Francis Page Robert Lancashire Thomas Lambert Robert Heysham Giles Heysham Thomas Hall Thomas Sylvester Roger Smith John Bland Jocelyn Roberts John Upton Major Thomas Ayngier Edward Grace Leonard Wessell Thomas Scawen Samuel Mayne John Paige Edward Dummer Edward Brewster Colonel Peirce Robert Bullock Edmund Clarke Deputy Thomas Fryer Justus Otgher Robert White Joshua Bolt John Pettitt Samuel Lock Awnsham Churchill Thomas Clarke Joseph Vaux Thomas Radbeard Thomas Pitts Thomas Carpenter Charles Herle Daniel Allen Marmaduke Bludder Samuell Lethieulier Peter Essington John Pargiter Samuel Perry Henry Dry John Bradford Edward Stracey John Wright Deputy James Cooke Richard Tayler Robert Clavell Rupert Browne Nicholas Charlton Sr Michael Hicks George Croshier Charles Lee John Oldbury Thomas Spencer Doctor George Bramston Charles Middleton Ambrose Cox Francis Minshall Charles Marshall Breham Smith Thomas Lockington Godfrey Woodward Gentlemen

For Serjeants Inn in Chancery [Laine (fn. 65) ]

The Right Hono[rable] the Lord Cheif Justice Holt Mr. Justice Nevill Mr Justice Powell Mr Baron Hatsall Mr Justice Gould Mr Baron Bury Mr Serjeant Wogan Mr Serjeant Lovell Mr Serjeant Darnell Mr Serjeant Jekyll Mr Serjeant Strode Mr Serjeant Byrch Mr Serjeant Thurbarne Mr Serjeant Coward

For Serjeants Inn in Fleetstreet

The Right Hono[rable] the Lord Cheife Baron Ward Mr Justice Turton Mr Justice Powis Mr Justice Blencowe Mr Baron Tracey Mr Serjeant Whitacre Mr Serjeant Jenner Mr Serjeant Heath Mr Serjeant Selby Mr Serjeant Wyatt

For the Inner Temple and the Inns of Chancery thereto belonging

The Honourable Sr John Trevor Knight Master of the Rolls Sr Wiliam Simpson Cursitor Baron of His Majesties Court of Exchequer Sr Thomas Trevor His Majesties Attorney Generall William Ferrer Esquire Sr Nathaniel Powell Knight and Baronet His Majesties Councill learned in the Law The Hono[rable] Heneage Finch Esquire and the rest of the Benchers for the Time being

For the Middle Temple and the Inns of Chancery thereto belonging

Sr William Whitlock Knight Sr Richard May Knight Sr Bartholomew Shower Knight John Proby Esquire Martin Ryder Esquire Thomas Ekins Esquire Joseph Offley Esquire William Ettrick Esquire The Treasurer for the Time being and the rest of [the (fn. 66) ] Benchers of the said Society

For Lincolnes Inn and the Inns of Chancery thereto belonging

The Hono[rable] Charles Egerton Esq[uire] Sr Thomas Mompesson Sr William Yorke [Knigts (fn. 67) ] Robert Price Thomas Jacob Robert Dormer [Fleetwood Dormer (fn. 68) ] Anthony Upton Charles Cox Roger Mompesson John Eyre Robert Eyre and Charles Mompesson Esquires And all the Benchers of the said Society Henry Fleming Esquire

For Greys Inn and the Inns of Chancery thereto belonging

The Benchers for the Time being Sr Thomas Franklyn Bar[ronet] Sr John Bolls Baronett William Clarke Esquire One of His Majesties Councill learned in the Law Warwick Lake Christopher Musgrave Cheeke Gerrard John Brewer Thomas Stringer Richard Vaughan Thomas Brotherton William Peer Williams John Hastings Peter Froud William Latten Thomas Robinson Robert Harbeard Esq[uire]s

For the Palaces of Whitehall St. James's and Somersett House

The Right Honoble James Vernon Esq[uire] and Sr Charles Hedges His Majesties Principall Secretaries of State The Right Hono[rable] Henry Boyle Esquire Chancellor and Undertreasurer of His Majesties Exchequer Sr Stephen Fox Thomas Pelham Richard Hill Esquires The Honourable Peregrine Bertie Sr Thomas Felton [Bar (fn. 68) ] Sr William Forester Sr James Forbes Sr Charls Issac Anthony Rowe Esquire Sr John Stanley Baronet Sr Charles Cotterell Sr Robert Southwell Sr John Nicholas Sr Philip Meadows junior Sr Christopher Wren Edward Nicholas Charles Fox George Sayers William Blathwaite William Lowndes Thomas Hopkins James Clerke Charles Godfrey Francis Negus William Bridges Philip Ryley Robert Yard John Ellis John Tucker Peter Hume Hugh Squire Povey Hugh Chudleigh and Mathew Prior Esquires

For the Citty of Westminster and the Liberties thereof

The Hono[rable] Robert Harley Esquire Speaker of the Honourable House of Commons The Right Honourable Richard Earle of Renelaugh of the Kingdom of Ireland and One of His Majesties most Honourable Privy Councill The Right Hono[rable] William Viscount Cheney of the Kingdom of Scotland The Right Honourable Lord Coningsby of the Kingdom of Ireland The Right Honourable Sr Stephen Fox Knight One of the Lords Comissioners of His Majesties Treasury The Right Honoble Thomas Pelham Esquire One of the Lords Comissioners of His Majesties Treasury The Right Honourable Henry Boyle Esquire One of the Lords Comissioners of His Majesties Treasury and Chancellor and Undertreasurer of the Exchequer Richard Hill Esquire One of the Lords Comissioners of His Majesties Treasury Sr Henry Goodrick Knight One of His Majesties most Hono[rable] Privy Councill The Right Honourable James Vernon Esq[uire] One of His Majesties Principal Secretaries of State and One of His Majesties most Honourable Privy Councill The Right Honourable Sr Charles Hedges Knight One of His Majesties Principal Secretaries of State and One of His Majesties most Honourable Privy Council Sr Thomas Litleton Baronet Treasurer of the Navy Edward Lord Cornbury Son and Heir Apparent to the Earl of Clarendon Henry Lord Hyde Son and Heir Apparent to the Earle of Rochester Charles Lord Spencer Philip Howard Peregrine Bertie Charles Bertie John Touchett Bernard Granville Robert Cecill Robert Bertie George Watson Thomas Newport Henry Frederick Thynn William Moore Godwin Wharton Esquires Sr John Lowther of Whitehaven Sr Charles Carterett Sr Robert Cotton Sr John Cotton Sr Christopher Musgrave Sr William Honeywood Sr Walter Clarges Sr Henry Marwood Sr William Orp Sr Richard Onslow Sr John Wolstenholme Sr Edward Seymour Sr Henry Colt Sr John Matthews Baronetts Sr William Wogan One of His Majesties Serjeants at Law Sr Thomas Trevor Knight His Majesties Attorney Generall Sr John Hawles Knight His Majesties Solicitor Generall William Lowndes Esquire Secretary to His Majesties Treasury Sr Robert Pye Sr Robert Mompesson Sr John Elwes Sr Philip Meadows senior Sr John Nicholas Sr Joseph Williamson Sr Charles Cotterell junior Sr Christopher Wren Sr Humprey Winch Sr John Bucknall Sr Thomas Chambers Sr Thomas St. George Sr Michael Cole Sr William Cooper Sr Thomas Travell Sr Francis Child Sr Benjamin Bathurst Sr Peter Vandeput Sr Orlando Gee Sr Robert Marsham Sr James Smith Sr George Rooke Sr Ralph Delavall Sr Edward Wiseman Sr Peter Killygrew Sr William Husler Sr William Trumball Sr Robert Southwell [Sir (fn. 69) ] Thomas Powis Sr John Franklyn Sr Richard Holford Sr Philip Meadows junior Knights Sr Richard May Sr Edward Lawrence all the Officers of the Board of Green Cloath and the Prothonotaries of the Court of Common Pleas for the Time being John Smith of Arlington Street Hugh Smithson Warwick Lake Thomas Strode Serjeant at Law Charles Fox Henry Guy George Nicholas Thomas Done Brooke Bridges Hugh Squire James Lowther Edmond Philips Thomas Walker Martin Ryder Thomas Mulso Colonel John Beaumont Edward Leneve William Glanville Thomas Thoroton Charles Bonython Serjeant at Law Thomas Watkins John Parkhurst Francis Guynn Francis Aston Gilbert [Dolben (fn. 69) ] William Walsh James Sheffeild John Pottinger John Woodhouse Nehemiah Arnold Thomas Railton John Nedham John Smith Foot Onslow John Smith of Beaufort Buildings Shem Bridges Mathew Pryor Mathew Aylmer George Doddington Patrick Lamb Samuel Rolt Thomas Cotton Edward Prodgers Morgan Randall Colonel John Baynes John Pultenay David Nearne Andrew Lawrence Thomas Doleman Nicholas Baxter Edmond Prideaux Robert Hewet Doctor Gideon Harvey junior Mathew Lock Edmond Ogar David Crawford John Tully William Blathwaite Edmund Waller Francis Negus Charles Mompesson John Knight John Baber Nicholas Fenn James Tissard Nicholas Martin William Seabrooke Edward Salsbury Charles Williams Charles Killigrew Benjamin Overton Jonathan Chase John Wilson Richard Dalton Philip Farewell Guicciardine Wentworth Peter Hume Rowland Holt Charles Whitaker William Whitaker William Barber Edward Pauncefort John Godfrey Phineas Andrews Matthew Johnson Clerk of the Parliaments John Walker Paul Jodrell Clerk of the House of Co[m]mons Samuel Powell Serjeant at Armes attending the House of Commons William Pultenay William Gulston Henry Preistman James Southerne William Monson Robert Yard Giles Clarke John Squib Eldred Lancelott Lee Thomas Hall Humphrey Hetherington Philip Ryley William Cooke William Duncomb Major Thomas Taylor Lawrence St Loe Charles Chetwind John Chamberlaine William Clayton George Villiers Thomas Owen Ralph Bucknall Edmund Webb Henry Ludlow Richard Garth Henry Harris John Lisle Thomas Boteler Francis Boteler James Buck Anthony Hammond William Kingsley Joseph Craggs Thomas Frewen Thomas Povey Watkinson Payler William Rowley George Woodeson Ralph Williamson John Walker of the Exchequer John Touchett Charles Twitty Tanner Arnold Thomas Cross Francis Thacker John Brockett William Stone Richard Rider Philip Tulley Peter Frowd John Tayleur Esquires Colonel Russell John Auston Thomas Auston John Cholmley Samuel Edwards William Green James Chace John Worley John Thompson George Meggott Phineas Andrews James Frontine Robert Butler John Tredenham Cheek Gerrard Hugh Chudleigh Thomas Dyose John Hungerford Philip Mussard Richard Warr Robert Crawford Henry Cornewall William Hooker Robert Breedon Jerman Ireton Francis Parry John Pascall William Fish James Dewy William Stewkley William Perkins Richard Pye Edward Southwell Peter Peircehouse Thomas Pattle William East Thomas Marriott John Higden Edwin Griffin Edward Littleton Edmond Chaloner Robert Barker Charnock Heron Gilbert Talbot Mathew Booth Leonard Thompson Ashburnham Toll Robert Manning Ebenezar Sadler Josias Ent James Hayes Thomas Webb John Lacy Richard Knipe James Trumball Francis Bagshaw Thomas Addison Joseph Stopford Chichester Wray John Bristow John Maurice Caleb Owen Edmund Williamson senior Edward Williamson junior William Thompson John Pritty John Boise Peter Shackerley Thomas Peirce Irby Mountague Edward Bradock Gilbert Primrose Henry Durell Thomas Hopson William Watkins William Mathews Edward Rouse Henry Withers John Shrimpton Charles Salesbury Robert Dent James Bringfeild Esquires Walter Wallenger Esquire William Petit Thomas Beverley John Ward Robert Streater Henry St John senior Henry St John junior Craven Peyton Esquires Doctor William Gibbons John Browne Martin Lister John Radcliffe Leonard Plukenet Samuel Garth West James Wellwood Charles Morley Samuell Wall Doctors of Physick Doctor Tankred Robinson John Bucknall William Bucknall Richard Nelson John Bird Josias Burchett William Thomas Leonard Marr Nathaniel Behoe John Hookes Gregory King William Moor Joseph Tissar Samuel Trotman John Low Bartholomew Burton Humphrey Maston Charles Rampain Erasmus Dryden Robert Moor Joseph Tilley John Pearson Benjamin Drake John Outing Simon Smith Henry Ballow Richard Fisher senior William Jacob Peter Rudge Thomas Rudge Samuel Burch John Powell John Peters John Creed James Craggs Esquires Andrew Card Christopher Davenport Tracy Pauncefort Cesar Bradshaw Rodney Fane Esquires Harvey Ekins William Hooker Joseph Bennet John Miller John Roydhouse Richard Milner John Clear Colonel Richard Crispe Captaine Partridge Richard Adams Thomas Templeman Maurice Hunt George Cowper John Lugg Richard Wheeler Mark Lawne Richard Fitzgerald Charles Kent John Clayton Christopher Smith Richard Cowper Matthias Cowper Richard Petty John Martin Richard Heybourne Leonard Martin Thomas Head Thomas Brown Richard Owen John England Peter Levigne Francis Chapman William Greenway Anthony Cratchrode Edward Noble James Burnaby Thomas Compeer John Davisse Samuel Brewster John Clayton Michael Miles [John Blundell (fn. 70) ] John Stone Robert Stone Richard Miller Richard Hutton Rowland Greenwood Jaques Wiseman Henry Robins James Buttersby Thomas Mansell Thomas Rider Robert Dormer James Misson Isaac Teale William Blackeller Thomas Tuckey Gilbert Herring Nicholas Pickering Nicholas Collins Nicholas Freeman Mordett Cratchrode James Cunningham Thomas Gery Crispe Grainge John de Sheer Edward de Sheer Nathaniel Hilton Joseph Briscoe Franklyn Isaac Tulley Nathaniel Worley Richard Leeds Peter Courtney Henry Jones Edmund Goodwin Henry Southouse Maximilian Stephens Thomas Breton Francis Seale Edmund Fuller Alexander Mann Benjamin Baileys Thomas Sutton Charles Peters Richard Barrow John Penhallow Samuell Pryor Abraham Skinner John Reynolds Michael Terry Stephen Terry Augustine Brewster William Richardson James Gibbon John Fitz Isaac Terret Joseph Sherwood William Churchill William Henman John Price Thomas Morton John Aynsworth Francis Dandridge Charles Greenwood Heylin John Smith of the Pell Mell Nathaniel Collins John Fuller Mahalaleel Windham Thomas Moodey John Norton Jasper English John Bayley John Lacy Thomas Perry Humphry Bradshaw Richard Barrett Huntley Bigg Joseph Yates John Broughton Thomas Gartwick James Grey Captain James Partridge Peter Hill George Hallet Charles Hooper Peter Hall Thomas Lloyd Thomas Lewen John Cock Thomas Cherrett Edward North Charles Justice Pechey William Emmet John Francis Hugh North Robert Maddock Captain John Hastings Richard Stacey Aaron Kenton Hugh Reason Robert Hart Jeremiah Sheild Thomas Kirkham Charles Brandon John Bislie William Wickett Nicholas Spalding Thomas Tarrant John Wood Abraham Harrison Major Henry New John Tovey Mathew Banks Charles Hopson John Biddle Charles Taylor William Farnborow Petley Garnham Robert Pugh Joshua Nightingall John Marsh John Incleton Henry Ferne James Medlicott Samuel Somerford Robert Hewett John Churchill William Gilbert Emery Argus Robert Cross John Howlett John Higden Edward Hutchins Peter Walter Morgan Hinde Thomas Dunke Robert Churchill senior Thomas Blissett William Browne Robert Lord Richard Marsh William Sidenham Bryan Stobert Thomas Barnes Gentlemen Philip Harman Esquire Richard Sutton Stephen Lawrence Michael Baker Thomas Sheeles Thomas Streeter Robert Streeter Benjamin Thody Henry Grove George Wellington Thomas Taubman Gentlemen Sr David Mitchell Sr Bartholomew Shower Knights Sr John Stanley Baronet James Clarke John Ellis Thomas Hopkins Adam Cardonnell Archibald Hutchinson John Povey Richard Atkins Henry Box John Tucker John Gantlett Esquires Richard Powis John Taylour Christopher Tilson Thomas Bendish Edward Harley Peter Frowd Thomas Bretton Edward Northey John Morris Thomas Morris Samuel Dodd Robert Thompson Henry Penton Grimbald Pauncefort Ralph Warton Francis Smith Henry Portman Cavendish Weeden Thomas Offley Richard Adney Thomas Marriott Clerk of the Pleas in the Exchequer Robert Child Esquires Thomas Ekins Sr Cyrill Wich Knight Francis Smith Gentleman Sr Edmund Wiseman Knight George Wandesford Nudigate Onesley Esquires John Bradford George Potts Robert Stiles Jonathan Freeman Sr John Kay Sr Bryan Stapylton Sr Charles Hotham Sr Richard Newman Baronets Sr Michael Wharton Sr Edward Waldoe Sr Godfrey Kneller Thomas Warr William Hewer Thomas Mansell George Churchill Charles Godfrey John Harvey of St James Square James Rendall Hanmer Thomas Baker William Bridges Edward Godfrey William Bodenham Charles Lewis Henry Edgesworth William Pym George Stepney Richard Gulston Edward Irby Colonel Staples John Blow William Holmes Charles Povey John Low John Granger Richards Edward Bennett Bryan Fairfax John Alworthey Thomas Everard Frederick Henning Robert Welburne John Acton Charls Villiers Esquires David Rowland Esquire John Huggins Gents Gilbert Dolben Esquire James Devereux Gents

For the rest of the County of Middlesex

The Honourable Robert Harley Speaker of the Honourable House of Commons The Lords Commissioners of His Majesties Treasury for the Time being The Right Honourable Lord Robert Russell Lord Edward Russell Lord James Russell Sons of his Grace William late Duke of Bedford Henry Lord Colrain of the Kingdome of Ireland George Lord Viscount Castleton of the Kingdome of Ireland William Lord Viscount Cheyne of the Kingdome of Scotland Henry Lord Walden Son and Heir Apparent to the Earle of Suffolke The Honourable Sr John Trevor Master of the Rolls The Right Honourable Sr John Holt Lord Cheife Justice of His Majesties Court of Kings Bench The Right Honourable Sr Edward Ward Cheife Baron of His Majesties Court of Exchequer The Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty for the Time being The Commissioners of His Majesties Excise for the Time being The Honourable Henry Pagett Robert Paston Craven Howard Edward Mountague Thomas Newport James Bertie Robert Bertie Robert Sherley Philip Howard James Bridges James Herbert Peregrine Bertie Hugh Hare Esquires Sr Thomas Trevor Knight His Majesties Attorney Generall Sr John Hawles Knight His Majesties Solicitor Generall The Honourable Lord Mayor of the Citty of London for the Time being Sr Henry Ashhurst Sr John Cope Sr William Cooper Sr Walter Clarges Sr Richard Fisher Sr Thomas Franklyn Sr Thomas Frankland Sr Thomas Halton Sr Heele Hooke Sr John Huband Sr Cave James Sr Henry Johnson Sr William Lemon Sr Thomas Mompesson Sr Richard Middleton Sr Thomas Middleton Sr Richard Newdigate Sr Godard Nelthorp Sr Richard Onslow Sr Charles Pye Sr Edward Seymour Sr John Smith Sr Thomas Skipwith Sr John Wolstenholme Sr Robert Ducy Sr Michael Wharton Sr John Cropley Sr James Ash Sr Joseph Alston Sr William Humble Sr Samuel Bernardiston Sr Philip Boteler Sr Robert Marsham Sr John Bowles Sr Francis Gerard Sr Richard Reynell Sr William Bowyer Baronets Sr Edward Abney Sr William Ashhurst Sr Thomas Byde Sr Robert Davers Sr John Bucknall Sr Owen Buckingham Sr Francis Lee Sr William Pritchard Sr John Clarke Sr Benjamin Bathurst [Sr Francis Blake (fn. 70) ] Sr Henry Bellasis Sr Samuel Blewett Sr Thomas Cooke Sr John Cope Sr Charles Cotterell Sr Lacon William Child [Sr Francis Child (fn. 70) ] Sr Thomas Cuddon Sr John Cooper Sr Robert Dacres Sr John Elwes Sr James Etheridge Sr Orlando Gee Sr Thomas Rawlinson Sr Thomas Grantham Sr John Hoskins Sr Richard Holford Sr Michael Heneage Sr Edmund Wiseman Sr Thomas Travell r Joseph Jekyll His Majesties Serjeant at Law Sr Robert Legard Sr Thomas Lane Sr Thomas Powis Sr John Parsons Sr William Rawlinson Sr George Hutchins Sr Thomas Rolt Sr Jeremiah Sambrooke Sr James Smith Sr Bartholomew Shower Sr Thomas Strode Sr William Trumball Sr Joseph Tyley Sr William Wogan Sr Edward Waldo Sr William Whitlock Sr John Wolfe Sr Edward Frewen Sr Thomas Millington Sr Jonathan Andrews Sr Charles Duncombe Sr Jefferey Jeffryes Sr Strenesham Masters Sr Edmond Harrison Sr Edmond Turner Sr John Williams Sr John Darnell Sr Bazill Firebrace Sr Thomas, Meres Knights The Right Honourable Sr Charles Hedges Knight One of His Majesties Principall Secretaries of State The Right Honourable James Vernon Esquire another of His Majesties Principall Secretaries of State John Austen Thomas Austen [William Austen (fn. 71) ] John Ayslaby John Agar Humphrey Ayles Henry Ashhurst Tanner Arnold Edward Ambrose Esquires Thomas Allum Norton Avery Adam Andrews James Ashby Thomas Arry Edward Allanson Thomas Allen Patrick Adams Captain Austin Robert Andrews Thomas Andrews Samuel Aldridge Joseph Adams Edward Anthony Gentlemen Charles Bonithan Serjeant at Law Ralph Bucknall Anthony Bowyer William Bluck William Bridges [Robert Bridges (fn. 71) ] James Bedington Charles Baker James [Bluck (fn. 72) ] Richard Bowater William Baber Francis Browne Robert Brayburne Samuell Ball Thomas Betts William Broughton Shem Bridges Reginald Bretland Thomas Brotherton Samuell Blackerby Arthur Baily James Bateman Richard Browne Thomas Boteler Richard Bristow Scorey Barker Edward Braton Robert Bateman Daniel Brattle William Boulter Charles Broughton Bartholomew [Bloodword (fn. 73) ] Richard Beavoyr George Ballard John Brewer Thomas Browne Anthony Ball Henry Box Daniel Baker Charles Bolles Mundiford Brampston James Blagrave Robert Bullock Brooke Bridges of Hatton Garden Hopefor Bendall John Bird John Bennet Esquires Doctor John Blow Daniel Browne Robert Burdett Nicholas Burnell Abraham Browne Thomas Bridges John Bridges John Braunt Robert Beale Edward Billingsley Robert Bredon Thomas Barrow William Bourne Benjamin Braine James Braine Thomas Browne Francis Breewood Leonard Brown John Brockett Samuel Birch William Bucknall Thomas Bowry John Bolt John Burton Doctor Brampston Henry Beale James Blake William Benson George Bonnell Richard Burnford Thomas Barnes Doctor Joseph Browne John Bromwell Edward Buckley Thomas Bromfeild Charles Bateman Giles Bullock Benjamin Boltby John Billars Edward Belitha Robert Bacon James Banister Richard Bagnall James Baily Richard Bourchier Gentlemen William Clerke Christopher Clitherow James Cardrow William Cook John Cooke Robert Constable Daniel Coggs Giles Clarke John Charleton Francis Clarke Andrew Card John Cooke Thomas Chambers Christopher Cratford David Crawford Andrew Cooke John Creste John Croste Maynard Colchester Henry Cope Charls Chambelain Henry Chancey Barnard Chatfeild Jones Clarke Thomas Casse Gerrard Conyers Thomas [Croste (fn. 74) ] William Cole Esquires Nicholas Clarke Thomas Colvey John Clarke William Churchill John Coggs Nathaniel Crainfeild John Cosens Thomas Coleby senior John Crosse Harry Crosse William Calvert Nicholas Cutter George Cromwell Richard Cock Thomas Clew Doctor Cade John Chumley Thomas Colthurst Thomas Coleby junior Cesar Chamberlain George Cornish Johnshall Cross Esquires Thomas Child Thomas Cullum James Cole Thomas Cooper Norton Curteis Gentlemen John Crosier senior Thomas Dolman Esquires William Draper Robert Dormer Richard Dyott Thomas Dyoss Thomas Done Paul Dockmanique Benjamin Dethick Abraham Dobbins Thomas Dickins Samuel Dodd Henry Dethick Esquires Doctor Richard Darnelli William Drope John Davenport Benjamin Dreydon John Dailing Richard Deely Thomas Dodd Thomas Dinke John Davis John Deane William Disher Richard Davison David Dagget James Dalby John Davenport junior John Dodd Daniel Daggett Gentlemen Thomas Edlyn Esquire George Edwards William Emerton John Edisbury William Ethrick Barrington Eyton Robert Eyre Esquires Francis Edwards John East Thomas Eaton senior Thomas Eaton junior John Elwicke Charles Earle Gentlemen Robert Fairbeard Esquire Charles Firebrass Martin Folks George Foord Simon Folks Robert Fairbeard William Penn John Farewell Edward Fuller Robert Frampton Peter Floyer Robert Fish William Freeman Henry Ferne Robert Jennings Esquires Robert Fowle John Farnborough Felix East Mordecai Fromantell Edmund Farington Mathew Ferne Thomas Fige Richard Parker John Fauntlery Henry Flye Thomas Frampton Charls Feltham Robert Fisher John Francis James Fronteine John Fuller Henry Foxcroft Thomas Fraser Gentlemen Richard Gulston Cheeke Gerrard Edward Griffin Peter Gott Thomas Grice Henry Guy Carew Guydott Edward Goldsborough William Gulston Richard Goodall Thomas Granger Thomas Gery William Giffords Esquires Anthony Guidott Nicholas Goodwyn Peter Gelshorpe Richard Gwyn Robert Gower Thomas Gill Thomas Glover Benjamin Greene Edward Gold Crispe Grange William Greene Henry Greathead John Groote Samuel Greenhill William Graves Thomas Graves Robert Green John Gorum James Green Robert Greenway John Goodwyn Richard Goodwyn Moses Goodyer Gentlemen Ralph Hawtree Henry Hawley Simon Harcourt Councellor at Law Simon Harcourt Clerke of the Peace John Herbert Gideon Harvey senior Leonard Hamond John Hawkins Rowland Holt John Huxley Thomas Hopkins Edward Herris John Hill Charles Hancock Thomas Halsey John Hungerford Francis Heath Humphry Heathrington Henry Hunt Isaac Honywood Leonard Hancock Thomas Hall John Hooks John Hastings James Hooper Edward Haynes John Hoskins Robert Hastings Frederick Herne Edward Hyde Edward Hucks Philip Harman Richard How John How John Hide Esquires Nathaniel Hudson Thomas Harris Ralph Harwood Edmond Hamond Mathew Holworthy John Halfwood Thomas Heames William Hicks James Hawley Charles Hoxton Charles Hooper James How William Heath John Harrison Edward Harris Charles Hopton Peter Hudson Robert Hedding Abraham Honor John Holworthy Esquires William Hayton Abraham Chittey Benjamin Hinton Percivall Hobson John Hill John Harris James Harris Ralph Hawtrey junior John Henley Jasper Harmer William Hall Edward Herle Giles Hooper Richard Holman Gentlemen John Jeffreys Joseph Jory Edward Jennings Edward Jenkins Mathew Johnson Paul Joddrell William Jolliffe Bostwick Johnson Thomas Jackson William Johnson Thomas Joyner [Esquies (fn. 75) ] Henry Jones Samuel Jones Thomas Jaggard George Jervas Roger Jones Edward Johnson Joshua Ironmonger Edward Jones Gentlemen Lancelott Johnson Samuell Keck John King Maurice Key Esquires Francis Keck Gregory King Peter Knight James King Jeremiah King William Kidgell William Knight John Kirton Robert Kirkby Gentlemen Warwick Lake Timothy Lanoy Narcissus Lutterell John Little Edmund Leigh Edward Lee Henry Lamb Richard Lane of Couley William Lamb Dennis Lyddell Henry Ludlow Edward Lloyd Thomas Lee George London William Latton Esquires Edward Lee Esquire Peter Leneeve John Lloyd Peter Lumbard Edmund Liggold Richard Lane Nehemiah Lyde Peter Levine Daniel Luddinton Stephen Lawrence Thomas Lambell Thomas Lane Gentlemen James Munday Serjeant at Law Francis Merick Thomas Methold Thomas Mulso John Marshall John Milner senior John Milner junior Richard Milner John Metcalfe Robert Moore William Munson Richard Morgan John Martin Christopher Musgrave Arthur Moore Charles Mompesson Harcourt Masters Joseph Moxon Esquires James Medlicot Thomas Maurice Peter Monger William Middleton Alexander Merrell Philip Mussard James Misson Stephen Morgan William Munden Thomas Mawson Henry Mulcaster Nicholas Morse Leonard Marr Gentlemen Thomas Nicholl George Nodes John Newdigate Daniel Nicoll John Nicoll Thomas Nappier Edward Noel Edward Norwood William Northey Edward Northey John Norton Esquires Richard Nelson John Nicoll of Page Street Thomas Nicoll of Hendon Anthony Nurse Jonathan Nethway Thomas Nicoll of Kentish Towne Samuel Nash Robert Norwood Gentlemen Foot Onslow Joseph Offley Thomas Offley Thomas Owen Charls Osburne Nathaniel Owen Caleb Owen Esquires Richard Oakley John Oldbury Gentlemen Alexander Pittfeild John Perry William Petit Litleton Powell John Plumer Richard Page Edward Progers William Prudgeon Craven Peyton William Phillips Andrew Philips Henry Portman Richard Price Trasey Panseforth William Peir Williams Robert Paine John Poynter John Pack Henry Peirce John Pargiter William Poultney Peter Pheasant Samuel Powel Francis Page Esquires James Cumber John Powell Leonard Plucknett Edmund Phillips Michael Peirce Thomas Peirce Thomas Parker Samuel Philips Robert Peters Thomas Philips Thomas Powell Thomas Pister William Pedley James Pollard Daniel Parker John Page of Harrow John Page of Isleworth Richard Petty Richard Platt Gentlemen Martin Ryder Richard Ryder Samuel Reynaldson Samuell Rawsterne Philip Ryley Robert Raworth David Rowlands John Raymond Thomas Raylton Christopher Rich Morgan Ryan William Richardson John Rogers Samuel Robinson Esquires Henry Russell John Reynalds Giles Riddle Thomas Rammage Richard Richmond George Rogers Richard Robinson Henry Risby John Rampaine Joseph Reynaldson Samuel Read Joseph Read Samuel Radcliffe George Ricketts Richard Rice Nicholas Rufford Edward Richier Thomas Russell Joseph Rolfe George Richards John Roydhouse William Rewse Rowland Reynalds William Richards Robert Reyner Samuel Roycroft Edward Rogers Richard Richardson Gentlemen Doctor Tancred Robinson Hugh Smithson Richard Shorediche Robert Sheffeild John Smith John Stanion Francis Stonehouse William Stringer Thomas Stringer John Southby James Sotheby Edward Smith Joseph Short Daniell Short Gilbert Sheldon William Sherard Philip Shales Francis Swaine Bennet Swaine Thomas Slater Joseph Sherwood Thomas Smith Dormer Shepard Hugh Squire Samuel Sumerford Maximilian Stephens Anthony Sturt Henry Stephens Philip Skippon Roger Smith Esquires Doctor Slayer Joseph Stent William Sherington Simon Smith John Smith Francis Stanton Edmund Say John Sykes John Spry Richard Stephens Henry Sherbrook Robert Streeter Henry Somers Edward Salisbury William Steere Edmund [Singer Thomas (fn. 76) ] Stone Charles Smith William Smith Richard Sutton Thomas Streeter William Sincleer William Snelling William Skelton Richard Staples Roger Smith Francis Tisson John Trevor John Trye Leonard Thompson William Tempest Robert Thornhill Robert Thompson William Thompson John Tissard Henry Turner Daniel Thomas Samuel Trotman Esquires John Turner Richard Taylor George Tredway Thomas Tench Roger Thompson William Turton Joseph Thompson John Todd Edward Townsend John Tomson Francis Thacker Bryan Turberfield Samuel Twinne Gentlemen William Underwood John Venables Thomas Vernon Joseph Vandebend George Underwood Esquires Constantine Venatti Richard Vincent Gentlemen William Withers Thomas Winford Edward Waldo Thomas Wearge Charles Warwick John Walker of Hadley John Walker of Hillingdon Edmund Waller Nathaniel Wall John Walton John Ward John Weddall Clare Windham William Waterson Nicholas Wolstenholme John Watts Henry Whichcott Joseph Wolfe John Worley Richard Waller Arundell Westfield Alexander Ward Richard Winne Godfrey Woodward Thomas Webb Edward Westfield John Wallis Richard Webb Robert Webb Richard Winkfield Richard Woodward Roger Wood Esquires Thomas White John Wilks William Walsh Esquires Samuel Weely John West John Warner Richard Wilby Richard Ware John Waxam John Ward of Wapping Benjamin Wilks John Wells John Wheatly Edward Wood Robert Warner William Wilkinson Francis Wilks Philip Wightman Gentlemen Robert Yard Esquire Richard Young Christopher Yates Thomas Field Sauney of Finchley Gentlemen Richard Butler Esquire Nathaniel Gold Thomas Gratwick James Partridge John Cannon Stephen Beckingham Esquires

For the County of Monmouth.

Sr Charles Keymyes Sr John Williams Sr Thomas Powell Baronetts Sr John Thomas Baronet Sr James Herbert Sr Rowland Gwynne Sr Humphry Mackworth Knights Thomas Morgan of Lanrumney Esquire High Sheriffe John Morgan of Tredegar Esquire John Morgan of London Merchant Colonell Henry Probert John Arnold John How James Morgan of St Peter Charles Van Thomas Van Lewis Morgan of Machen George Kemyes of Llanvaire Charles Price of Llanfoyst Edmund Morgan of Penloyne Sarph Henry Morgan of Bedwellty Roger Oates Thomas Jones of Uske George Lewis of Penhow Charles Hughes of Troystrey John Floyer Edward Perkins George Vaughan of Callicote Esquires Richard Vaughan Gentlemen Nicholas Arnold James Morgan of Llandylo Capell Hanbury John [Hanbury (fn. 76) ] George Kemyes of Kemyes Henry Tompkins Esquires Herbert of Llanmellen William Morgan of Tredonock Gentlemen Christopher Price of Llanfoyst Rodericke Gwynne John Jefferys David Morgan William Gore of Llangstone John Skidamore Edward Kemyes of Barthully Esquires Richard Roberts Gentleman John Floyer junior Henry Probert junior Captain Thomas Williams Charles Morgan of Llang y Lling Code Philip Cissell Esquires John Morris of Troy James Philip of Grismond John Jones of Llantrissant Gentlemen William Fielding Esquire Walter James of Tre y var The Mayor of Newport for the Time being The Portreve of Uske for the Time being Nicholas Parker Gents William Bleathing of Dinham Morgan Chambers Esquires Charls Williams of Newport Nehemiah Williams of Newport William Byrd of Carlion Gentlemen Walter Aldey Esquire John Morgan of Benlantege Robert Jones Gentlemen Theophilus Rynolds Esquire Roger Williams of Newport John Harris Roger Williams of [Cevanbyla (fn. 77) ] Gentlemen William Powel of Pool Hall Esquire Morgan Thomas William Myrick John Gwylim Gentlemen Ezra Waters Esquire Thomas Gwylim Gentlemen Charles Morgan of Lansore Esquire Richard Jenkins of [Glasiode (fn. 78) ] William Price William Morgan Gents Thomas Willis Clerke John Mason John Walters of Persfeild Esquire Hugh Harris William Seyse Gents Charles Jones of Magor John Pritchard of Camston Thomas Lyster Esquires Henry Ocker William Prichard William George Gentlemen James Springett Esquire David Thomas Gents John Lewis of Iffon Hill Henry Rumsey Esquires Henry Gabb James Morgan of Bergaveny Charles Hutchins Clerk George Morgan Gentlemen William Powell of Llandylo Tracy Catchmay Esquires Thomas Edwards Gentleman Philip Morgan of Riska Walter James of Monmouth Robert Gunter John Morgan of Newport Esquires James Hollister Francis Lewis of Lanthewy John Gwynn of Langum Esquires John Morgan of Uske Gents Thomas Evans Llangattoge Edmund Bray Charles Milborne Esquires John Walters of St Brides John Curr of Howick Gentlemen John Franklyn of Llangibby Clerke William Seyes of Carlyon George Harris of Newchurch Esquires John Harris of Llanvrechva Gents The Mayor of Monmouth for the Time being Walter James Esquire John Stratford Recorder Adam Adams William Bellamy Thomas Bellamy Henry Barnes Gentlemen John Evans Esquire Richard Scot Gents John Fortune Esquire William Macklin John Philpott Henry Probert Charles Probert Michael Bolume Thomas Williams of Wisom George Morgan Gentlemen

For the Citty and County of the Citty of Norwich

Edward Clarke Esquire Mayor Robert Davy Esquire Arthur Branthwayte Esquire Thomas Blofield Thomas Wise Robert Freeman Francis Gardiner Philip Stebbing Thomas Cooke Jeremiah [Vyne (fn. 79) ] Michael Beverley Robert Cooke Nicholas Bickerdike Augustine Briggs Lawrence Goodwin Samuel Warkehouse Thomas Turner Esquires The Sheriffs for the Time being John Freeman Thomas Atkinson John Drake John [Vall (fn. 80) ] William Blith Peter Seaman Peter Thacker William Cook Thomas Havers Aldermen Doctor Fairfax Deane of Norwich Doctor Prideaux Thomas Townshend Esquire Thomas Bacon Esquire John Mingay Esquire Francis Long Esquire Walter Bacon Esquire Roger Crow Esquire John Dersley John Mackrell Edmund Themylthorpe William Payn

For the Borough of Great Yarmouth

The Bayliffes for the Time being George England Esquire Recorder Samuell Fuller Esquire Benjamin England Peter Cawlier Nathaniel Simonds Thomas Godfrey Anthony Ellis senior Gabriell Ward Thomas Bradford John Gayford Benjamin Engell Joseph Cotman John Carlow Anthony Ellis junior George Spillman jun[ior] Richard Ferrier Thomas Artis John Spurgeon Will[ia]m Spooner James Artis William Browne Henry Borrett James Davison James Watts John Andrews Aldermen John Burton senior Gents Thomas Ellis Gentleman

For the Burrough of Kings Lynn

The Mayor of the Towne for the Time being Sr John Turner Knight Sr Daniel Bedingfield Esq Recorder Sr Charls Turner Knight Benjamin Holly John Lid Edmond Hooke Benjamin Keen Robert Sparrow Cyprian Anderson Henry Bell William Volley Charles Turner Robert Anborne Aldermen Charles Peast Gents

For the Borough of Thetford

The Mayor for the Time being Sr John Woodhouse Bar[one]t Sr John Holland Bar[one]t Sr Joseph Williamson Thomas Hanmore Esquire Charles Wright Esquire Thomas Taylor Esquire William Campion Esquire John Woodhouse Esquire Edmund Soame Esquire Jonathan Browning Edward Challis John Wright Thomas Drewry Wormly Hethesett Richard Batch Joseph Sharpe John Tyrell John George John Howlett John Kettle Gents

For the rest of the County of Norfolke

Charles Lord Paston Son and Heir Apparent to the Earle of Yarmouth Henry Lord Colraine of the Kingdome of Ireland The Hono[rable] Roger Townshend Esquire Sr Robert Bacon Sr John Woodhouse Sr Richard Bernie Sr John Mordant Sr Robert Drury Sr John Holland Sr Augustine Palgrave Sr Horace Pettus Sr Robert Kemp Sr Roger Potts Sr Ralph Hare Sr Edmond Bacon Sr Jacob Astley Sr Edward Ward Sr Nicholas [Gerrard (fn. 81) ] Sr William Cooke Sr John Castleton Sr Francis Bickley Sr Robert Marsham Sr Francis Windham Sr Richard Allen Baronetts Sr Edward Turner Sr Nevill Catelyn Sr Francis Guybon Sr William Rant Sr Cyrill Wich Sr John Turner Sr Robert Clayton Sr Thomas Rawlinson Sr Isaac Preston Sr James Etheridge Sr Charles Turner Sr Andrew Fountaine Sr Edward Chissenhall Knigts Robert Walpole Edward Coke John Harboard Edmond Woodhouse ( (fn. 82) ) Francis Windham Ash Windham Philip Astley Robert Kemp James Hoste John Hearne Charles Legrosse Denzill Onslow Clement Hearne Robert Suckling Erasmus Earle John Harvey Robert Coney Samuel Fuller John Norris Daniel Bedingfield Christopher Bedingfield George England Ralph Hare Robert Davy John Mingay Arthur Branthwaite Joachim Mathews Robert Brittiffe Charles Shaw John Wogan junior Andrew Fountaine Maurice Kendall Robert Gooch Leonard Mapes John Repps Thomas De Gray John Houghton Anthony Freestone Oliver Le Neve Thornaugh Gurdon Patridge of Buckenham Benjamin Dethicke William Walsh Christopher Crow John Thurston Roger Castle Bassingbourne Gaudy William Bayly Philip Skippon Edward Lee John Birkin Augustine Briggs Edmund Behun Glover Denny William Branthwaite Giles Bladwell Gabriel Armiger Thomas Blofield Riches Browne Henry Negus John Warkhouse Robert Wilson Edward Wilson Edmond Brittiffe Hatton Berners Thomas Day John Ayd John Jermy Thomas Townsend Mundiford Spelman Henry Spelman Thomas Browne John Page Francis Long Nathaniel Symonds Martin Calthorp Edmond Soames Edmund Lamb John Jay Thomas Wright Peircy Freak Francis Gardiner Brig Fountain Benjamin England Thomas Berney Smith Fleetwood John Levell John Herne of Witchingham Israel Long George Vernon Thomas Sanders Thomas Rant Martin Folks Richard Ferrier William Sidley Sigismond Trafford Frederick Tilney Clement Repps John Marriott Horatio Walpoole Gregory Davies Thomas Marsham John Pell Charles Turner senior John Hobart of Banham Thomas Barrett Henry Oxburgh John Knivell Joseph Weld Algernoon Potts Jacob Preston John Harris Charles Wright of Kilverston Robert Browne Daniel Proctor William Spelman Thomas Peirson Heron of Ketteringham Thomas Edwards James Tennant John Berney of Weasenham John Berney of Westwicke Robert Doughty of Hanworth George Dashwood Philip Bell Orlando Bridgeman Roger Pepys Charles Bedingfield Philip Bedingfield of Bromesthorp Richard Dashwood John Fincham John Howes Clere Garnis Henry Hare of Docking Charles Nowes Edward Bulwer of Wood Dalling Thomas Clerke of Marlingford Thomas Hogan Hobart Ashley Thomas Archdale Thomas Caton Edward Lamb of Weston Thomas Bendish of Colkirke Esquires Jonathan Simonds John Fowle Robert Herne Edward L'Estrange Clement Gooch Francis Negus Robert Doughty Thomas Talbot Robert Stileman Robert Jennings John Castle Thomas Baspoole Martin Earle Riches Browne of Fulmodeston Walsingham Bockenham Philip Vincent Edmund Anguish Humphry Rant Walter Bacon Nicholas Stileman William Coney Nicholas Helways John Ward Robert Fisk Francis Neve Charles Barnewell William Stringer John Wogan senior William Stafford Leonard Mapes junior Edward Knights Charles Brittiffe Edward Swift Timothy Cason William Peirson Robert Snell Thomas Browne Robert Horner William Hunt Henry Keddington John Browne of Scarning John Peck Thomas Scotton Thomas Scott Peter Wilson Thomas Cropley Edmund Themelthorpe Roger Crow William Bulwer of Gestwick John Buxton Roger Jennings James Betts John Malham Robert Suckling junior Henry Bell Beaupree Bell Edward Barnes Philip Woodhouse William Holley Edmond Rolfe William Rudings Lawrence Neve Henry Towells Newman of Baconsthorp Francis Jermy William Payne Warner Warner Robert Barnsby William Langley Henry Hart Richard Taylor Richard Hamond John Turner Edward Eyre John Lovell junior John Borrett John Bendish Thomas Herne Charles Brittiffe of Stodey Burnham Raymond Samuell Birkin of Burlingham Augustine Holl John Cooper John Castle of Ormsby John Blenner Hassell of Castor William Turner of Ingham Christopher Harris Thomas Sayer John Clarke junior Mathew Long Henry Davy John Davy Edmund Keen of Melton Henry Franningham Richard Carter John Brewster Robert Houghton Peter Seaman Gresham Page Hamond Ward Roger L'Estrange Henry Jay Edward Carter Gentlemen

For the Towne of Northampton

The Mayor of Northampton for the Time being Sr Robert Hesilridge Sr Justinian Isham Baronetts Christopher Mountague Thomas Andrews Gerrard Gore Robert Bretton Francis Arundell Richard Rainsford Francis Morgan Harvey Ekins Edward Stratford Esquires John Knight John Collins John Clarke senior John Clarke junior Samuel Clifford John Selby Robert Ives William Ellis Jonathan Warner Thomas Chadwick Robert Stiles Theophilus Whiston William Wallis Daniel Herbert Thomas Whithorne James Greene Edward Ivory George Hayes Gentlemen

For the rest of the County of Northampton

The Right Honourable Lyonell Earle of Dysert of the Kingdome of Scotland The Right Honourable the Lord James Russell one of the Sons of the late Duke of Bedford The Right Honourable Lord Mordant Son and Heire Apparant to the Earle of Peterborow The Right Honourable Charls Lord Spencer Son and Heir Apparent to the Earle of Sunderland The Right Honourable William Lord Fitzwilliams of the Kingdome of Ireland The Lord Cheife Baron Ward Mr. Justice Blincoe The Honourable William Mountague Esquire The Honourable Charles Bertie Esquire The Honourable Harry Mordant Esquire The Honourable Sidney Wortley alias Mountague Esquire [The Honorable Charles Egerton Esquire (fn. 83) ] The Honourable Thomas Wentworth alias Watson Esquire The Honourable Henry Pagett Esquire The Honorable George Cockaine Esquire William Ward Esquire High Sheriffe of the County of Northampton Sr Robert Hasilridge Sr Justinian Isham Sr St Andrew St John Sr John Langham Sr Erasmus Norwich Sr Roger Cave Sr John Wolstenholme Sr Edward Nicholls Sr Rice Rud Sr James Robinson Sr John Pickering Sr Mathew Dudley Sr Cesar Child Sr Richard Newman Baronetts Sr William Craven Sr Salathiel Lovel Sr John Briscoe Knights Thomas Cartwright Esquire Christopher Mountague Thomas Andrew Gilbert Dolben Ralph Freeman Esquires Sr Benjamin Bathurst Knight John Parkhurst Francis St John Charles Kirkham Francis Arundell Francis Crane Edward Harley William Washburne junior Thomas Woodcock Henry Benson Horatio Moore Lucy Knightly Lisle Hackett Richard Butler senior William Lee of Cold Ashby Henry Sawyer William Adams of Charwelton John Winston Thomas Ekins Thomas Maidwell Esquires Joseph Haynes Thomas Bretton Edward Ladkins Jacob Dancer John Hodges Henry Bacon Richard Shuckburgh Edmund Bateman Gentlemen John Bridges John Weaver Thomas Mulso William Wilmore William Boteler Francis Harby Thomas Frist Hatton Compton Richard Rainsford Gerrard Gore John Botry Gilbert Pickering Robert Bretton Anthony Palmer Esquires Noah Neale William Clarke John Dickenson John Andrew Charls Parker Thomas Deacon Edward Saunders Elmes Stew[ard (fn. 83) ] Mathew Orleabeare John Clendon Thomas Colethurst John Creed Robert Mansell John Allicock Thomas Hanbury Robert Skinner William Lisle Charles How John Pocklington Robert Dormer Edward Bagshaw Charles Fox John Woodhull John Lynn Francis Morgan George Kendrick Edward Stratford Tobias Chauncey Harvey Ekins Henry Farmer Henry Edmunds Francis Woodhull Samuell Tryon William Hastings sen[ior] William Hastings junior Samuell Wake alias Jones Francis Saunders Francis Arundell junior Nicholas Bretton of Norton Robert Andrew William Cuthbert William Langton Esquires Thomas Rowell Gents Thomas Thornton Samuell Freeman Doctor in Divinity The Mayor of Northampton for the Time being The Mayor of Higham Ferrars for the Time being The Mayor of Brackley for the Time being William Samuel Roger Pemberton Charles Whingate John Ash Robert Trewin Joseph Aris Richard Kinsman Thomas Pemberton Thomas Jennings William Lucas John Stephens Richard Fisher Gents Bartholomew Tate Thomas Lister William Holbeck Henry Longvile Moses Bathurst William Ives of Greens Norton Esquires Samuel Collins George Benson Edward Adams Thomas Gorsteloe Richard Dickenson John Adams Spinks of Aldwinkle William Plowman of Blisworth Gentlemen John Hastings George Ashby Esquires Edward Leigh Doctor of Physick James Lowry Robert Newcome John Rowell William Ash Edmund Rush Thomas Ekins of Chester John Freeman George Leafield John Sparks Henry Weekly Gentlemen Doctor Thomas Wolsey Archdeacon of Northampton Robert Willmott Clerk

For the Towne and County of the Town of Newcastle upon Tyne

The Mayor Recorder Aldermen and Sheriffe for the Time being

For the Towne of Berwick upon Tweed

The Mayor Recorder Justices Bayliffes and Towne Clerke for the Time being The Honourable Ralph Grey Esquire Sr Francis Blake Knight Rupert Billingsley Esquire David Stow Alderman Anthony Compton senior John Sleigh William Scott John Forster Robert Rodham Robert Watson Adam Wilson John Pigg Arthur Edmeston John Stanton Cuthbert Brady Joseph Forster Edward Crisp

For the County of Northumberland

The Honourable William Howard The Honourable Charles Mountague The Honorable Ralph Grey Esquires Sr John Delavall Sr Charles Heron Sr John Middleton Sr Thomas Lorraine Sr Robert Eden Sr William Van Coulson Sr Edward Blackett Sr William Blackett Sr Francis Liddell Sr Henry Liddell Baronets Sr Robert Shaftoe Sr Francis Blake Sr Orlando Gee Knights Thomas Forster of Etherston Ferdinando Forster Philip Bickerstaffe John Grey John Salkeld William Ogle John Shaftoe Thomas Forster of Cornhill Robert Hebburne Thomas Collingwood Robert Mitford John Bacon Charles Howard Samuell Ogle Thomas Ord of Felkington William Salkild of Falladen William Carr of Ashitt Mathew Whitfield William Fenwick Joseph Carr William Carr Thomas Beach John Blackiston Robert Mitford of Midford Robert Bewick Ralph Ogle Michael Weldon Henry Holmes Sureties Swinburn Richard Forster Edward Roddam John Blackett Ralph Milbanks Edward Delavall William Revely Thomas Bleinkinsop William Taylor Thomas Owen Richard Hindmarsh John Addison Robert Shaftoe William Lorraine John Rogers Francis Forster Henry Forster Robert Heslerigg Vaughan Phillips John Coatsworth Ralph Brandling Edward Cooke Roger Wilson Robert Lisle William Strother John Proctor William Ramsey Henry Collingwood Alexander Collingwood John Hall Luke Clennell Robert Forster Thomas Proctor Gawin Onnesley Gabriell Hall Rupert Billingsley Esquire The Bayliffes of Morpeth for the Time being John Roddam Robert Armorer John Rowland Robert Algood John Fenwick Ralph Grey George Lawson George Fletcher Gilbert Parke Ralph Anderson George Wilson William Peirson Thomas Grey Thomas Burrell William Charlton of Lee-hall Mathew Charlton Robert Forster William Browne of Bolton George Forster Robert Coatsworth Robert Watson Thomas Reveley John Strother of Fowbery Thomas Airey Thomas Toll Thomas Mills Thomas Grey William Read John Read John Cooke Nicholas Greenwell of Corbridge Nathaniel [Bentflower (fn. 84) ] Thomas Teasdale Ralph Potter Gabriel Hall of [Catslough (fn. 85) ] Joseph Fenwick Thomas Carr Thomas Wallis William Alder of Kirknewton Richard Ord Henry Rickston John Cooke of Togston Thomas Smith John Charleton Gentlemen

For the Towne and County of the Towne of Nottingham

The Mayor Deputy Recorder and Aldermen and Town Clerke for the Time being James Farewell Richard Mansfield Samuel Hallowes Thomas Charlton Thomas Mansfield Mathew Smith John Plumtree Thomas Manly Robert Porter Foster Esquires Doctor John Bee Samuel Coats Gentlemen

For the County of Nottingham

The Right Honourable Scroope Lord Viscount How Baron Clenelly of the Kingdome of Ireland The Honourable Anchitell Grey Esquire Sr Thomas Willoughby Sr Francis Molyneux Sr Hardolph Wasteneys Sr Willougby Hickman Sr Thomas Parkins Sr Godfrey Copley Sr Nathaniel Curzon Sr John Parsons Baronetts Sr William Stanhope Sr Mathew Tenison Knights William Pierrepoint Robert Sacheverell Richard Mansfield John Williams Julius Hutchinson Philip Sherrard Burlace Warren Patricius Chaworth James Farewell Thomas Manly George Gregby Beaumont Parkins Gilbert Millington Chr[ist]opher Rolleston Robert Porter Cecill Cooper William Burnell John Digby Charles Stanhope Darcy Molineux Henry Sherbrook John Emerton Thomas Charleton Gilbert Charleton Robert Harding Philip Lacock Chute of Darleton John Harbord George Moult Richard Butler Winford of Lenton Munday Musters Richard Lloyd Edward Paine Christopher Berrisford Peter Broughton William Cartwright of Ossinton William Cartwright of Normanton George Cartwright of Sutton Thomas Newdigate Lee of Northwell John Thornaugh Gervase Eyre Francis Stringer John Stringer William Levins Charles Mellish Edward Mellish John Rayner John White [Thomas White (fn. 86) ] Thomas Hewett John Clarkson Isaac Knight William Simpson Thomas Thoroton George Nevile Edward Nevile Walter Fount Edmund Dickenson Timothy Ellis Robert Hacker John Hacker John Grundy Esquires Samuel Cromwell John Bee Doctors of Physick Thomas Mansfield John Kerchevile William Woolhouse Knipe of Barneby Thomas Bristow John Neal John Walker Jeffry Brock John Scorey George Brough Francis Watkinson William Drury John Simpson George Wharton Jeremiah Halfehide Thomas Lane Leonard Sampson Francis Hawkesmore Christopher Johnson Edward Southworth Thomas Hall Francis Thornhill John Wildbore William Ward George Dunston Benjamin Broomhead Gentlemen The Mayor of Newarke for the Time being and the Aldermen The Bailiffs of East Rettford for the Time being and the Six senior Aldermen Richard Fitzgerald Esquire John Plumtree Esquire

For the University of Oxford

Doctor Mander Master of Baliol and Vice Chancellor The Honourable Heneage Finch William Bromley Esquire The Honourable Doctor Leopold William Finch Warden of All Souls Doctor Henry Aldrich Deane of Christ Church Doctor Timothy Halton Provost of Queens Doctor William Jane Professor of Divinity Doctor Thomas Turner President of Corpus Christi Doctor John Hamond Canon of Christ-Church Doctor John Mease Principall of Brazen Nose Doctor Fitzherbert Adams Rector of Lincolne Doctor Jonathan Edwards Principal of Jesus Doctor Thomas Dunstar Warden of Wadham Doctor Painter Rector of Exeter Doctor Arthur Charlett Master of University Doctor Thomas Baily Principal of New Inn Hall Doctor George Royse Provost of Oriel Doctor William Delaure President of St Johns Doctor John Rogers President of St Mary Magdalene Doctor Ralph Bathurst President of Trinity Doctor Richard Lyddall Warden of Merton Doctor John Wallis Doctor David Gregory Civilian Professors Doctor Thomas Boucher Professor of Law Doctor Thomas Hoy Professor of Physick The Proctors for the Time being Master George Cooper Master Charles Harris [Mr (fn. 86) ] Theophilus Poynter Master George West Master Jacob Bobert Master John Fulkes

For the Citty of Oxford

The Mayor and Bayliffs for the Time being The Honourable Henry Bertie Thomas Rowney Francis Norris Esquires Sr Robert Jenkinson Sr John Doyley Sr Robert Dashwood Sr Henry Ashhurst Baronets Sr Edmund Warcupp Sr Sebastian Smith Sr Robert Harrison Knights John Townsend Thomas Eustace Henry White James Pinnell Aldermen William Wright Recorder John Taylor Timothy Bourne John Knib Daniel Webb Thomas Sellar Assistants William Claxon Tobias Paine Charles Harris Anthony Evans Gents

For the rest of the County of Oxford

The Right Honourable Edward Lord Viscount Cornbury Son and Heir Apparent of Henry Earle of Clarendon The Honoble Henry Bertie The Honourable Heneage Finch The Honourable James Bertie Esquires Sr John Cope Sr Robert Jenkinson Sr John Doyley Sr Fairmedon Penyston Sr John Walter Sr Thomas Littleton Sr William Glynn Sr Henry Ashhurst Sr Edmund Fettiplace Sr Robert Dashwood Sr William Rich Sr Edward Cobb Sr Thomas Wheate Sr Thomas Tipping Sr Edmund Denton Baronets Sr Edward Hungerford Knight of the Bath Sr Edward Norreys Sr Timothy Terrell Sr Henry Johnson Sr Edmund Warcup Sr William Whitlock Sr Sebastian Smith Sr Francis Blake Knights John Cawley John Core Miles Stapleton Doctors in Divinity Thomas Boucher and Henry Beeston Doctors of Law John Cawley junior Batchelor in Law Anthony Hungerford Richard Libb John Stone Charleton Stone George Allnutt Henry Allnutt Francis Clarke John Dormer Edmond Dunch George Chamberlaine William Gannock Thomas Hord William Bailey John Crooke Harry Cole Robert Barboure Edward Perrett James Perrett Simon Harcourt William Pudsey Henry Hall John Wallis James Herbert Robert Jennings William Jennings William Tipping of Ewe Elm James Jennings Robert Mayott John Nurse Humphrey Wickham Simon Whorwood a Deane John Danvers Ralph Holt Thomas Rowney Samuel Trotman Thomas Crispe Francis Norryes Thomas Cartwright Thomas Carter Thomas Nappier Philip Newman Sebastian Lyford William Oakley John Gun Thomas Pudsey William Whitlock Roger Price Edmund Bray Walter Knight Thomas Woodall William Aldworth Auditor John Pollard John West Justinian Shepherd Lentall Trottman John Bray William Walker Sunibanke Vesey William Sacheverell Henry Peacock Thomas Jordan George Tipping Bartholomew Harris William Parsons Edmond Woodward Gregory of Horley Richard Taylor of Willscott Francis Snaipe Robert Parsons Martin May Thomas Smith of Kidlington Hinde of Humpton Gay John Higford Gilbert Jackson Thomas Stevens Adam Springall Thomas Brightman Francis Greenway Richard Eyans Anthony Eyans George Cave Thomas Rolls Richard Tomson Sutton Toghill John Wheeler John Croker Lawrence Lord senior Lawrence Lord junior John Dodwell John Wise of Draiton John Smith Giles Diston Richard Blackall George Gooding of Latchford John Carey Charles Harris Thomas Whorwood of Tackley Richard Crooke Robert Standard John Coker Jonathan Sawyer Bezaliel Knight John Whinlow Edward Whistler Clement Kent Ralph Whistler Ralph Whistler junior William Blackall Charles Holt John Collier Thomas Abell Thomas Greenwood of Chastleton John Clarke of Aston Henry Beck William Rawlinson Henry Ashhurst Richard Smith Philip Wenman John Connett Doctor in Law William ( (fn. 87) ) Lorenzo Fettiplace John Dormer of Ascott John Hawkins Stephen Glynn William Coventry William Freeman Richard Lydall John Saunders Thomas Brigham John Scroope William Batson William Goodenough Henry Bishopp William Whitlock John Thornicroft William Newell James Jennings John Metcalfe Esquires John Holloway Robert Vesey Gabriel Seymore John Pledall James Libb Adam Newman John Caner Richard Leaver Richard Hacker of Kingham William Taylor of Wiscott Richard Coxeter Richard Libb junior James Jennings Edward Whistler Shreeve Paynton Thomas Nash of Watlington Thomas Eustace of Purton Wiliam Tovey of Henley Nicholas Marshall Frest of Henley Richard Winlow Francis Nash of Henley John King of Berwick Thomas Hall of Chinner John Mason of Stoken Church John Newell of the same Rhodolph Hobbs of Watlington Thomas Dobson of Aston John Lydall of Uxmore Henry Wolstenholme Edmond Boulter Esquire Robert Cox Doctor in Divinity Richard Bigg Jethro Tull Gentlemen The Mayor Aldermen and Town Clerk of the Town of Woodstock for the Time being The Mayor Aldermen Capitall Burgesses Recorder and Town-Clerke of the Town of Banbury for the Time being The Warden of Henley for the Time being The Bailiffs of Burford Chipping Norton and Whitney for the Time being John Jordan of Fulbrooke David Hughes John Castle Richard Bartholomew Gents Edward Carton Esquire William Bean Doctor of Laws Samuel Bedwell Heritage Lenton Thomas Hill Gentlemen

For the County of Rutland.

The Right Honourable Bennett Lord Sherrard of the Kingdome of Ireland The Honourable John Verney Esquire The Hono[ra]ble John Noell Esquire Sr Thomas Mackworth Sr Thomas Barker Baronetts Bennett Sherard Eusebius Boswell Richard Holford John Browne Robert Mackworth Edward Browne Clement Bretton Samuel Browne Edward Horseman John Wingfield John Weaver Anthony Palmer Charles Tryon Charles Tyrrell Wellesborne Sill Samuell Tryon Christopher Cletheroe William Julian Richard Snow Bartholomew Burton Richard Peach William Johnson Edmund Harrison Esquires William Roberts Nicholas Bullingham Everard Smith Gentlemen

For the Towne of Ludlow

The Bayliffes for the Time being The Honourable Thomas Newport Esquire Sr Litleton Powis One of the Justices of His Majesties Court of Kings Bench Sr Thomas ( (fn. 88) ) Knight William Gower Esquire Sr Francis Charleton Baronet Thomas Cornwallis Esquire Francis Herbert Esquire Francis Lloyd Esquire Recorder Charles Baldwin Esquire Blunden Charleton Esquire Henry Wigmore Esquire Robert Powis Esquire John Salwey Esquire Richard Davies senior Philip Cole John Colebatch Thomas Lea Rowland Earsland John Sharrett Aldermen Captaine Thomas Jones Valentine Dawes Doctor Bayly Robert Kerry Richard Cole Benjamin Carver John Baldwin John Steed John Reaston Thomas Sabery Samuel Bowdler Edward Robinson junior John William Price Edward Lea John Acton

For the rest of the County of Salop

The Hono[ura]ble Robert Harley Esquire Speaker of the House of Co[m]mons The Right Honourable Richard Lord Newport Son and Heir Apparent to the Earle of Bradford The Right Hono[ura]ble Robert Lord Viscount Kilmory of the Kingdome of Ireland The Honourable Thomas Newport Esq[uire] Sr Littleton Powis One of the Justices of the Kings Bench The Right Honourable Sr John Trevor Master of the Rolls Sr Charles Littleton Sr John Leveson Gower Sr Robert Corbett Sr Humphrey Briggs Sr Uvedale Corbett Sr Edward Acton Sr Richard Middleton Sr Francis Charleton Sr Francis Edwards Sr John Wynne Sr William Williams Sr Edward Leighton Sr Thomas Lawley Baronets Sr Thomas Travell Sr Lacon Child Sr Henry Gough Sr William Forrester Sr Thomas Powys Sr Humphrey Mackworth Sr Edward Lutwich Knights Jervace Pierrepoint William Whitmore William Fowler John Charleton of [Apley (fn. 89) ] Arthur Mannering Charles Kinaston of Oatley John Kinaston of Hordley Charles Walcott John Walcott of Walcott William Prince Roger Owen of Condover George Weld senior George Weld junior Richard Corbett Thomas Spratt Roger Corbett Francis Herbert Thomas Rock Charles Coats John Coats Walter Waring Charles Baldwyn Roger Cressett Esquires Roger Pope senior Roger Pope junior Edward Cressett John Lacon John Coniers John Whitmore George Whitmore Richard Crowder Edward Harley John Waith William Bromley Henry Newton John Bridgman Blundon Charlton John Soley Joseph Soley Thomas Cornwallis Bartholomew Luttley Thomas Hill of Soulton Thomas Hanmer Sherrington Davenport Eldred Lancellott Lee Thomas Lyster senior Thomas Lyster junior Thomas Child Gough of the March John Thomas John Huxley senior John Huxley junior John Chetwind Edward Kerry Richard Mitton Edward Vaughan Edward Cludd Edward Kinnersley Thomas Hunt [Jonathan Langley (fn. 90) ] Thomas Edwards William Gower John Tayleur Henry Smallmon Sondley Eaton Robert Bigott William Young Thomas Wingfield Lloyd Edwards of Rorington John Powell ( (fn. 91) ) of Park John Walter Francis Berkley Arthur Weaver James Grove Robert Lloyd Henry Mytton William Howard Edward Jennings Edward Wichcott William Tayleur Edward Owen of Woodhouse Thomas Jones of Sandford John Barnes Ralph Browne Bartholomew Beal Buckly Mackworth Richard Perkison Randolph Corbett Thomas Luttwych Esquires Thomas Sandford Richard Leighton Rowland Cotton of Billaport Andrew Charlton Edward Donne Richard Lloyd Richard Oakely George Walcott George Bold Robert Moore William Broome William Eyton William Owen Thomas Owen of Dintle Thomas Hill Richard Hill Thomas Severn Henry Powell Esquires Roger Trevor William Adams Edward Kinaston of Herdley Doctor Hollins John Grove Samuel Davison Thomas Burrowes John Hill of Hawkston Charles Chambers John Higgons of Stevorton Thomas Kinaston junior Thomas Gardiner John Flemming Roger Getthin William Kinaston John Fetton of Salop Thomas Downes of Perslow James Davis of the Graigh Doctor John Underhill Robert Powis Richard Dale of Norton Thomas Browne of [Chinton (fn. 92) ] The Mayor of Salop for the Time being The Bayliffes of Bridgenorth for the Time being The Bayliffs of Bishopps Castle for the Time being The Bayliffs of Wenlock for the Time being The Mayor and Coroner of Oswestry for the Time being John Hill Simon Hanmer Richard Hosier Richard Salter Edward Gosnell Jonathan Scott Collins Woolrick Robert Wood Thomas Owen Esquires Thomas Cole John Kinaston Richard Higgons Richard Presland John Williams Bazill Wood Francis Baldwin senior William Clemson Edward Lloyd John Cooke Draper Jonathan Scott junior Thomas Acton William Browne Arthur Devereux Richard Stanier of Asston Francis Reynolds Philip Cotton Samuel Boudler of Alscott John Langley of the Amis Thomas Crumpton Lancelott Stevens John Mason of Much Wenlock Doctor Piggott Timothy Hassell William Hamond of Bridgnorth George Sandford Nicholas Jackson Jonathan Wingfield Edward Kettleby junior Thomas Moore John Shepherd of Bitterley William Heyward William Boycott Richard Ridley William Bridgen Richard Walker John Eddowe Thomas Wickstead of Bridgnorth Alexander Middleton Edward Mathews Richard Bradley Humphrey Owen Gilbert Charlton Samuel Hunt Richard Jenks of Drayton Thomas Howell junior William Jordan [Anthony (fn. 93) ] Kendrick of Werehall Robert Clive John Harnage Esquires Philip Downes Thomas Hawkes John Norris Medlicott of Medlicott Edward Mavis Roger Finch Henry Biggs Thomas Wild Edward Blakeway John Baldwin of Munslow Robert Kerry John Shepherd of Elloveniott Edward Bardoe of Cleeton Alexander Duncombe Samuel Dod of Harnage Edward Philley Thomas Jones of the Sheet Richard Hill John Hill Thomas Sabery Richard Shepherd William Russell Edward Owen of Eaton Barnard Hamond John Price of Manatee John Latham of Shreyden James Kettilby Thomas Church Esquires William Robinson Thomas Spenlove Methusalem Jones William Child Lancelott Shadwell James Betton Thomas Mason Timothy Seamore John Kinnersly of Badger Esquire Thomas Clive John Fownes Samuel Jorden of Hontegate Kerry of Weston Bryn Richard Calcott William Bowdler John Weaver Edward Gosnell junior Benion of Ash Walter Moseley Philip Bentall John Dickins Richard Ward of Horton

For the Citty and County of the Citty of Bristoll

Sr William Daines Mayor Sr Richard Hart Sr William Clutterbluck Sr Thomas Day Sr William Hayman Sr John Knight Sr William Merrick Sr Thomas Cann Sr John Duddlestone Serjeant Powlett Recorder William Crabb Joseph Creswick William Swymer Richard Lane William Jackson Arthur Hart Robert Yate Samuel Wallis John Blackwell John Batcheler Robert Henly Thomas Edwards Joseph Knight John Dutton Colt Michaell Pope Joseph Jackson William Browne Robert Langton Nathaniel Wade Thomas Day Joseph Earle John Scroope Humphrey Crosly John Cary Thomas Merrick John Romsey Nathaniel Haggat Henry Davy Richard Taylour John Lloyd Giles Merrick John Sandford Robert Bound Isaac Davis Marmaduke Bowdler John Yeamans Robert Dowding John Broadway Henry Combs John Hawkins William Lewis Peter Saunders William French Francis Whitechurch George Stevens Nathaniel Day John Day James Hallage Samuel Bayley Richard Franklyn William Barnsdale Richard Bayley Christopher Shuter Abraham Elton Thomas Hort William Rishton Anthony Swymmer and Francis Rogers Esquires

For the Citty of Bath

The Mayor for the Time being and the Bench of Aldermen as they now stand Sr Thomas Estcourt William Blathwaite Esquire Alexander Popham Esquire John Busle John Trenchard Recorder John Axfeild William Bush Walter Gibbs Robert Chapman Benjamin Baker Walter Hicks Robert Heywood John Stitts Edward Bushell Doctor Price Doctor Baker

For the Citty of Wells

The Mayor and Recorder for the Time being Henry Portman Edward Berkley Esquires William Salmon William Coward Serjeant at Law William Coward junior Mr.Hodges ( (fn. 94) ) Cooke Thomas Cooper John Day Thomas Maddocks William Hughes William Westley Harry Bridges Richard Elsworth Charles Barrow Esquires Mathew Barron Joseph Nurton Richard Combe

For the Burrough of Bridgwater

The Mayor for the Time being Sr Francis Warr Bar Recorder Sr Thomas Wroth Bar[one]t Nathaniel Palmer Andrew Cross Esquires Robert Balch John Gilbert George Crane Thomas Bere Samuel Davy John Harvey William Sealey Doctor Morgan George Balch Doctor Allen

For the rest of the County of Somersett

John Lord Viscount Fitzharding of the Kingdome of Ireland Francis Lord Hawley of the Kingdom of Ireland Sr Edward Seymour Sr Philip Sydenham Sr Thomas Wroth Sr John Smith Sr John Trevelyan Sr Francis Warr Sr John Sr Bars Sr Francis Wyndham Baronets Sr Thomas Bridges Sr Stephen Fox Sr William Wogan Sr George Norton Sr Thomas Travell Sr Charles Cartrett Sr Richard Hart Sr John Knight Sr John Elwell Sr Jacob Banks Sr Richard Newman Knights Henry Portman Thomas Strangways George Horner Alexander Popham Edward Berkley Nathaniel Palmer John Wyndham John Speke John Sandford John Hunt Alexander Lutterell Joseph Langton William [Blathwaith (fn. 95) ] Edward Clarke Baldwyn Mallett Francis Gwyn Edward Gorges Edward Baber John Pigott William Hellier Carew Mildmay William Gore George Long William Etterick Richard Fownes Thomas Bere of Huntsham Anthony Etterick Richard Morgan William Martin James Prowes John Champneys Henry Henly William Coward Serjeant at Law William Phelepps Samuel Rolle John Keene Serjeant at Law Harry Bridges William Player George Musgrave William Hilliard Anthony Stockar John Helliar of [Card (fn. 96) ] John How William Coventry Henry Lite Henry Mompesson Robert Syderfin William Harbin John Blewet of Knole George Doddington of Doddington James Cade Francis Vaughan Thomas Dyke John Dobb Humphrey Sydenham Thomas Carew John Worth Edward Dyke Christopher Farewell Alexander Popham Thomas Earle John Beresford William Earle Esquires William Lyde Thomas Brewer John Launsdon Thomas Dyke Thomas Chaffin James Aston Robert Blake of Ash Priors Gustavus Venner William Hughs John Hody senior John Hody junior John Webb Gerrard Newcourt Robert Laughton Nicholas Asford Arthur Lasey William Coward junior John Ellwell William Blackford Richard Cox William Speke Robert Yate Thomas Edwards Edward Strode of Deane Thomas Gate Roger Leversage John Creswick William Whitchurch John Burland John Everard Edmond Bowyer Samuel Horner John Strachy George Prater Nicholas Francis William Francis Thomas Sanborne Philip Bennett John Jones John Accourt Edward Thurston Thomas Ledingham Samuel Raymond Hugh Bickham John Travillion Henry Brett Thomas Somers Marshall Bridges Smart Goodenough Esq[uire] Robert Price of Bath Mathias Handvile Cornelius Lyde William Bolton William Rose John Persons Richard Cooke William Harrison Thomas Compton John Price John Blynman John Williams John Hobbs Thomas Warr David Esea William Blake John Browne Edward Ryder Thomas Bacon Henry Bonner William Mann Thomas Hawker William Speke of Jorden John Periam Doctor Parsons Doctor Hall George Vaughan William Okeden Edward Cothampton Henry Gacthell Isaac Williams of Bishopps Hall John [Baker (fn. 97) ] of Hamwood Thomas Bonner Anthony Poole John Gould Nathaniel Pitt George Crane Francis Hubbert senior The Mayor of Taunton for the Time being Richard Snow Robert Balch John Gilbert William Sealy John Freind John Tindall Francis Hobart junior Thomas Groves Thomas Dyke of Jews Thomas Towells Nicholas Marshall William Webber senior [Wm. Webber (fn. 98) ] junior Herbert Smith junior William How junior John Bond Thomas Baker Charles Bandton Edmund Daw John Stuckley John Britton Samuell Pitt Merchant William Bull Walter Green William Blake of Minehead William Westley Esquire William Bridges Edward Webb Richard Eldsworth Thomas Musgrave Robert Lucas Anthony Elsdon John Tanner John Salmon junior of Riggleton Robert Smith of Littleton Richard Nutcomb Captain Goughton of Lawrence Lydiard Anthony Henry John Southy Henry Westcomb of Hill Farrance Robert Nettles Nathaniel Wade Robert Laughton Nathaniell Day John Hussey John Lawnsdowne Gentlemen

For the Town and County of the Towne of Southampton

The Mayor for the Time being Roger Mompesson Esquire Recorder Mitford Crow Esquire Wharton Dunch Esquire John Speed Doctor of Physick William Buckley Esquire Doctor George Fullham Adam de Cardonell Richard White John Smith Christopher Smith Captain Crosse Elias de Gruchye Thomas Bransbridge John Leigh Daniel Pickard Jonathan Ingles Thomas Conelius James Mellish Alexander Alcorn John Thornbury Goldsmith Peter Bunkeley Roger Clutterbuck John Winter Leonard Crosse Nathaniel Knight Gentlemen John Brackstone William Cross Robert Culliford Samuel Sambre Doctor of Physick

For the County of Southampton with the Isle of Wight

Charles Lord Marquesse of Winchester Son and Heire Apparent of Charles Duke of Bolton The Right Honourable Lord William Pawlett Second Son to the late Duke of Bolton The Right Honoble Lord James Russell one of the Sons of William late Duke of Bedford The Right Honourable Edward Viscount Cornbury Son and Heir Apparent of the Earle of Clarendon The Right Honourable John Lord Cutts of the Kingdom of Ireland Governor of the Isle of Wight The Honourable Francis Greevill Esquire Son and Heir Apparent of Fulke Lord Brooke SrRobert Worsley Sr Charles Barrington Sr John St Barbe Sr Nicholas Stuart Sr Robert Smith Sr John Hobby Sr John Dillington Sr Hugh Steukly Sr Heel Hooke Sr Richard Onslow Sr Berkely Lucy Sr Brocas Gardiner Sr Charles Shuckborow Sr William Occlander Baronetts Sr Charles Windham Sr Thomas Miller Sr Dewy Bulkley Sr George Rooke Sr Jacob Banks Sr John Cope Knights The Honourable John Smith Esquire one of His Majesties most Honourable Privy Councill Major Generall Earle Governour of Portsmouth Thomas Hobson Richard Norton George Pitt James Souch Thomas Hobby Gabriel Whistler Henry Dawly Frederick Tilney Thomas Jervoise Richard Chaundler John Leigh Richard Holt Richard Cobb Richard Knight Charles Cole James Titchbourn John Pollen Richard Bishop William Bishop Jonathan Gauden William Salmon George Bridges John Fauconer Thomas Brocas senior Anthony Henly Richard Norton of Alresford Richard Willoughby Edward Goddard Reynolds Calthorp Henry Goddard Oliver Cromwell Edward Chute John Bromfieild Edmond Boulter of Horwell Henry Kingsmill Edmond Lambert Wharton Dunch Thomas Lee George Clarke Thomas Dore Henry Hooke Robert Knowles Lewis Buckle Arthur Hide Francis Dickens George Dickens John Henly William Hearst senior Thomas Lewis William Forbes James Dewy Thomas Chaffin Nicholas Hedger John Stanley Thomas Tutt Edward Hooper Thomas Phipps Richard Woolaston Ralph Bucknall Edward Richards of Yaverland Alexander Drake [John Moor (fn. 98) ] Richard Jervois William Pitt Roger Harris Richards Marks George Stanley George Oglander senior Henry Worsly Joseph Dudley Thomas Fullerton William Withers of Mandowne William Withers of Amwell Andr. Withers Benjamin Ruddiard Charles Norton Robert Mitchell Anthony Morgan Ashburnham Toll Thomas Bulkly Roger Barton Robert Barton John Barton George Duke George Nicholas Robert Pointz Thomas Edmunds Thomas Dowse of Wallop Thomas Dowse of Brooke Thomas Brocas junior Thomas Warr Doctor Wickart Dean of Winton Doctor Markland Master of St Cross Doctor Nicholas Warden of Winton Colledge Doctor Thomas Sayer Doctor Robert Eyres Doctor George Tulham Doctor Henry Eades Doctor Thomas Dixon John Lumbry John Rivers Edward Pile Thomas Brewer John Goodier Peter Betsworth Walter Godfrey Henry Henley Thomas Cobb Edward Pollen William Stephens of Barton Richard Pile Thomas Fitz James John Weaver John Lisle Jeremiah Crey Cornelius Cornwallis William Knapton Edward Lisle William Guidott John Gibson Samuel Pitman John Foyle of Norton William Hearst junior Joseph Hinxman Thomas Dean Ellis St John John Browne George Brampton Doctor of Laws Roger Mompesson Dutton Gifford Charls How Esquires William Coker Mathew Combes Doctors of Physick Henry Hunt Henry Holmes Charles Stewart Lawrence Jackson Captain Hedges Captaine Lane John Worsley James Worsley Henry Mewes David Urry of Easton Thomas Urry of Gatcomb Major Henry Worsley William Etterick John Pitt Thomas Flemming Henry Flemming. George Morley Anthony Guidott Henry Greenhill Alexander Alcorne William Tulse John Ruddiard Anthony Sturt William Bucknell Henry Holt James Harris George Vernon Charles Worseley James Hooper William Bowerman John Lewkner Christopher Knight Francis Ashley Maurice Hunt John Miller Henry Lacy Richard Kent Paul Burrard Ellis Mews Thomas Coward Robert Love George Yates Richard Cooper Robert Kercher Esquires William Over Doctor of Physick William Cooper John Butler of Alton William Smith Thomas Burbanke John Good Thomas Westcomb Isaac Cooper James Grove Perin of Alresford Joseph Shipton Robert Pinke William Parker Richard Cowslade of Woodly John Purdue William Smith John Harwood senior Augustine Kinchin John Hooper Joseph Whitehorne Henry Segar John Vining John Green Thomas Hinxman William Westcombe Thomas Hawkins Benjamin Baxter John Allen Henry Stainford John Harwood junior John Bray William Bennett of Fareham Allen Garway John Neave Francis Mills John Acton Joseph Harwood Robert Downes Richard Beele Giles Liford Thomas Rawlinson William Hooper Walter Thomas Thomas Bonham Edward Hooker junior William Walden John Hawksworth William Fisher John White William Turner William Warne Stephen Lock Charles Traffles Captain Symonds Thomas Crawly William Dale of Christchurch Nicholas Pyle Henry Player Thomas Ridge William Brandon Simon Hatch Thomas Barton Robert Lamport George Wakeford Hunt Withers John Heather Thomas Coles of Cowes Benjamin Williams Clement Newsham The Mayor of Limington for the Time being Francis Hanbury Nicholas Stanly William Smith Doctors of Physick Captaine Clements Thomas Robinson Nicholas Blake Nicholas Opie Robert Forder Bryan Richards Thomas Smith Joseph Creffield William Goldwere Richard Widmore The Mayor of Winchester for the Time being Edward Grace Thomas Weavell James Barefoot Henry Sharp Anthony Yalden Thomas Pink Thomas Crop The Bayliffs of Andover for the Time being Joseph Wimbleton Gabriel Goldney Julius Samburne Robert Hilman John Kyle Edward Wareham Nicholas Flower William Berwick Alexander Daniel The Mayor of Portsmouth for the Time being John Blakeley The Mayor of Petersfield for the Time being William Pay John Palmer Edward Rooke Thomas Stephens Mayor of Christchurch The Mayor of Yarmouth for the Time being Robert Lummart Anthony Palmer John Stephens William Stephens of West Cows Edward Stephens Timothy Lucas. John Newman, Francis Deacon William Legg Thomas Newman James Blake John Gilbert The Mayor of Newport for the Time being Robert Ligh of Newport David Urry of Freshwater Daniel Dickenson John Leigh of Newport Kendrick Lisle John Stephens of Barton William Urry of Yarmouth David Urry of Gatcomb George Burrard Esquire Edward Hooker senior Gentleman.

For the Citty and County of the City of Litchfield

The Bayliffs and Sheriff for the Time being William Gamble Samuel Mousley Gentlemen Sr Michael Biddulph Baronet Sr John Floyer Knight Richard Dyot. William Walmesley Richard Pyott John Babington Fettiplace Nott Thomas Orme Richard Swynfen Esquires Robert Lloyd Thomas Hammond William Marshall Richard Burnes Edmond Hector George Harding William Robinson George Newel sen[ior] George Marshall Thomas Deakin Anthony Nicholes Adin Frogatt Richard Ryder George Newell junior Humphrey Hall John Barker George Hector. Thomas Barber John Bullock John Parker William Grimley Robert Evans Francis Bayley Gentlemen

For the County of Stafford

Benjamin Jollyffe Esquire present High Sheriffe The Honourable Charles Egerton The Honourable John Gray The Honourable Henry Pagett The Honourable William Ward Sr Charles Littleton Sr Bryan Broughton Sr Thomas Pershall Sr John Leveson Gower Sr Charles Wolsley Sr Walter Wrottesly Sr Walter Baggot Sr Edward Littleton Sr Thomas Lawley Sr Thomas Bellott Sr Michael Biddulph Sr Robert Burdett Baronetts Sr Henry Every Sr William Bowyer Sr John Turton Knight One of the Justices of the Kings Bench Sr Simon Degg Sr Henry Gough Sr Charles Skirmshir Sr John Chetwood Knights Sr Edward Hungerford Knight of the Bath Edward Birch Serjeant at Law Thomas Broughton Edward Littleton John Bulkley of Stanlow Thomas Foley John Pershall Edward Bagott Philip Foley John Chetwind Walter Chetwind junior Ralph Sneyd Thomas Lane Robert Leveson Edmond Arblaster Rowland Oakover Rowland Cotton of Bellapott George Rodney Bridges Henry Vernon senior Walter Gough John Hoo William Parker George Parker Philip Hollins Mathew Floyer Edward Littleton of Pillington junior William Cotton Charles Chadwick Charles Bromfield Francis Elde Richard Pyott Thomas Nabbs Ralph Flyer James Wood John Lawton Richard Dyott William Walmesley William Sneyd of the Byrches Thomas Crompton William Inge John Young James Whitehall John Newton Lambert Bagott Charles Coates Henry Vernon junior John Shilton Jonas Grosvenor Thomas Orme Richard Shalton Peter Persehouse William Anson Peter Warburton William Trafford John Amplett Thomas Leigh Edward Foden Michael Noble William Mitward William Leigh Isaac Hawkins William Murhall Michael Brandreth William Bendy Thomas Parker Thomas [Dickens (fn. 99) ] Richard Wilks John Lane Copwood Hollins Thomas Fowke of [Apsley (fn. 100) ] Edward James Walter Lander John Egginton John Dickens of Leaton Thomas Hickins John Langley junior Henry Haworth Rowland Frith John Browne Thomas Lacy Henry Leigh Thomas Whitby Esquires John Berrisford Daniel Watson Thomas Turton John Huntback William Trafford junior Thomas Scott Thomas Jevon Christopher Lea Samuell Pipe Thomas Foley of Stoke Thomas Bagnoll Edward Short Walter Fowler Edward Wilson Esquires John Jervis John Astley William Shallcrosse Thomas Webb of Woodford Thomas Browne Walter Moseley Esquires John Baddely Edward Barber James Ruddiard Gabriel Wood: Henry Bracegirdle John Wedgwood John Wheeler of Woolaston John Dolphin Edward Sheldon William Lawton The Bailiffs of Tamworth for the Time being Thomas Bagnold The Mayor of Stafford for the Time being Thomas Spendelow Leigh. Brookes Esquires [Walter (fn. 101) ] Noble Gents John Whitwick Esq[uire] Sr John Floyer Knight John Scott Gents Samuel Adderly Charles Gresley Esquires Arden Christopher Rodes Gents Gervais Pierrepoint Richard Whiteworth Mathew Floyer Thomas Whitby junior Ralph Sneyd junior Esquires Thomas Bulkley Thomas [Vernon (fn. 102) ] William Bourne Gentlemen Moseley of Rolson Thomas Manly Ralph Adderley William Oldfieild Edward Waldo Esquires Isaac Villers John Orme Thomas Kinnersly Ducy Morton Thomas Pudsey Esquires John Brandrick Richard Sherratt William Webb John Norris Edward Hawkes Ralph Lander James Baley Whiston Baly Walter Young John Craddock Thomas Hammond Lancelott Shadwell Gentlemen William Murrall Thomas Nabbs Edward Foden William [Freake (fn. 103) ] Richard Swinfen Esquires Humphry Hodges John Taylor John Williamson William Abnett William Ranshaw Thomas Lewis William Abnett of Aidley John Dancer Henry Walker Gentlemen

For the Burrough of Ipswich

The Bayliffs for the Time being Charles Wright Richard Phillipps Lawrence Stisted William Neave Henry Sparrow Samuel Reynolds Thomas Bright Lyster Martin Devereux Edgar Henry North Millison Edgar Doctor John Wallis Doctor John Dade Edward Gael

For the Borough of St Edmunds Bury

The Aldermen the Recorder Coroner and Town-Clerke for the Time being Sr Robert Davers Baronet John Hervy Esquire Thomas Burroughs Thomas Macro Thomas Macro junior Samuel Grove Richard Prime James Burroughs Doctor of Phisick Henry Gibbon Samuel Batley John Chamberlaine

For the Borough of Dunwich

The Bayliffes and Aldermen for the Time being Sr Robert Kemp Sr Charls Bloys Baronets Robert Kemp Esquire Thomas Neale Esquire Recorder

For the Borough of Eye

The Bailiffe for the Time being Sr John Castleton Baronet Sr Joseph Jekyll Knight His Majesties Serjeant at Law Henry Edgar Spencer Compton Nathaniel Deye Thomas Deye Esquires Richard Harding John Houchin James Harvey Thomas Chenery James Harlwyn Samuel Buxton Robert Denny Isaac Cowper Gentlemen

For the Borough of Sudbury.

Samuel Abbott William Fothergill John Gibbon Benjamin Carter William Cocke senior Lawrence Gibbon George Dashwood William Hassell Bernard Carter Thomas Hall Buxton Underwood Edmond Coleman Thomas Carter Samuel Punnell Roger Starling Robert Gurling Edward Smith Samuel Carter Thomas Burkitt John Parish Roger Voice Robert Gainsborow John Franklyn.

For the rest of the County of Suffolk

Lyonell Earle of Dysert of the Kingdom of Scotland Hildebrand Lord Allington of the Kingdom of Ireland Theonourable William Maynard Sr Robert Bacon Sr Thomas Felton Sr John Playters Sr Robert Kemp St Simon Dews Sr Thomas Spring. Sr John Castleton Sr Gervas Elwes Sr Dudley Cullum Sr William Fowles Sr John Rowse Sr Robert Bernardiston Sr John Duke Sr Samuel Bernardiston Sr Francis Masham Sr. Robert Davers Sr John Cordell Sr Charles Bloys Sr Edmond Bacon Sr Francis Bickley Sr William Cooke Sr Samuel Clarke Sr Richard Allen alias Anguish Baronets Sr Thomas Robinson Sr John Shaw Sr John Poley Sr George Wenieve Sr Nevill Cattlyn Sr Henry Johnson Sr Joseph Brand Sr Richard Gipps Sr John Cotton Sr Edward Turner Sr Cesar Wood alias Cranmer The Right Honourable Sr Stephen Fox One of the Lords Commissioners of the Treasury Sr Isaac Rebow Sr John Robinson Knights Charles Fox John Hervey Thomas Hanmer Compton Felton Thomas Glemham John Playters Orlando Bridgman William Barker William Johnson William Harvey Robert Walpoole Thomas Tyrrell Charles Bloss Charles Knipe John Hunt: Charles Croft Read Edward Warren Richard Norton Robert Medox Thomas Oldhham Thomas Williams Edward Hobbart Henry Poley John Brayham Robert King Richard Bokenham Hammon L' Estrarige John Scrivener Thomas Walgrave John Pack Edward North William Rivett Robert Dancy Thomas Smith of Bawton Anthony Crofts Thomas Bendish junior John Wright Edmond Bence Robert Barker Robert Norton John Currance Henry Edgar Arthur Bernardiston Lawrence Rowse Thomas Golding John Bence Aubrey Porter Thomas May Thomas Kerrydge of Shelly Hall. Anthony Wroth junior Edward Alpe Edmond Shepheard William Cullum Thomas Rivett Charles Killigrew John Beamont Henry Wood alias Webb Thomas Carver Thomas Betts Captain William [Finn William (fn. 102) ] Poley John Brown of Aldborough. Charles Wood alias Cranmer Roger Kerrington Thomas Neale Thomas Dye Thomas Else Nicholas Freeman John Pells Edward Alston John Felton Peter Alderman Gregory Clarke William Randall John Pitt Thomas Barnardiston Samuell Barnardiston Thomas Brand senior John Barker of Wickham Thomas Bright William Hammond senior William Cooke Andrews [Warmer (fn. 104) ] Samuel Blacker by John Brand Thomas Brand junior Samuel Waller George Golding John Eldred of Saxam Thomas Wild senior Philip French William Hammond of Whitton Thomas Aldred William Lucas Thomas Bendish senior Bartholomew Soame William Bright Edward Gale Thomas Folke Henry North Lawrence Tisted Richard Philips senior William Tye Joseph Weld Nathaniel Simonds Richard Fryer John Inwood Charles Downing Anthony Wingfield Hobert Astley Daniel Browning Edmond Harvey John Cudworth of South hold Charles Wright Thomas Palmer James Caltrope Esquires Doctor John Dade of Ipswich William Neve William Glascock Robert Kemp Robert Brooks John Gurden William Brand Jacob Brand Gilbert Dolben Thomas Ashby William Russell William Coe Robert Darkin John Canham Joseph Brown John Fryer of Funningham John Meddox of Ufford John Shepheard of Ash Henry Stebbing of Brandiston Robert Cutler of Sproughton Thomas Blosse of Belstead Charles Burwell of Shotsham Bisingbourne Gawdy of Stratford Samuel Battely John Barker of Thorndon John Jacob Bartholomew Payman senior Barnaby Gibson junior James Gibson John Warren Edmond Coleman Nightingale of Needham Nathaniel Day William Hawes of Ricehall John Dawkin Thomas Miles Joseph Tweed Doctor John Thorowgood Anthony Fisher William Beamont John Wenyeve John Brandling Richard Freestone Bartholomew Young Alexander Bence William Forthergill Thomas Forthergill John Pinchbeck John Buxton Thomas Mitchell Nicholas Edgar George Watts Richard Jenkinson Edward Bloome Thomas Bright junior Devereaux Edgar Thomas Smith of Thrandiston Francis Edgar John Spencer John Rabbitt of Bramfeild Samuel Grove Thomas Macroe junior Richard Ferrier John Foule John Fernly William Turner Jeffrey Maltyward Josias Jeffrey of Stradishall Joseph Thurston Esquires John Wright of Ipswich James Harvey of Cockfield Robert May Millison Edgar George Gale Thomas Carter John Parish John Gibbon George Dashwood Robert Reddington Philip Bacon John Morden John Pamplin Robert Judd Robert Wright Edmond Coleman senior Edmond Coleman junior John Browns Thomas Taylour John Sayer John Sparham Robert Smith of Lees Samuel Gibbs Thomas Palmer John Hernley Thomas Cropley John Foulks Thomas Ewen William Byatt George Goody of Drinkston William Nelson Benjamin Elcock Richard Phillips junior Paul Bowes Esquires Thomas Leman of Brampton Francis Barker of Sypton Stephen Amyes Captain Thomas Meadowes John Jex Henry Damant of Brushard Christopher Parry of Silam Hugh Morris of Euston Henry Damane Thomas Parris Mathew Isaac Edward Alston James Cole John Lamb John Borough John Wade Samuel Reynolds Doctor John Wallis Henry Hill Henry Aplethwaite Henry Sparrow Captain Robert Jeny John Sparhark of Lafen William Bassett Edward Thompson of Sudbury Edmond Anguish Stephen Soame John Coleman William Mott junior Christopher Barry of Silam Gentlemen Fiske of Ratlesdon Philip Hammond of Boxtead John Hooke Thomas Palmer Richard Gipps of Horengeheath John Goodwin Gentlemen Leicester Martin Esq[uire] John Rowse Esq[uire] Henry Cooper Esquire Thomas Cooper Edward Osbourne Robert Suckling John Brewster Gentlemen Doctor Fauconbridge Doctor John Wallis Clear Garniss Charles Beddingfeild Philip Skipon Doctor William Coward Thomas Read Robert Tiske Edward Coe George Vernon Samuell Warner Thomas Bacon Canham of Milden John Rigby Cobbs Rushbrooke Richard Harris William Vesey Benjamin Thompson Samuel Lawrence Nathaniel Lawrance Doctor Thomas Thurston Samuel Sparrow Roger Scarlin Anthony Guydott Risby of Thorpe John Folks Doctor Hugh Chamberlain John Newson Gentlemen

For the County of Surrey

The Right Honourable Thomas Lord Windsor Viscount Blackcastle in the Kingdom of Ireland The Honourable Heneage Finch Esquire The Honourable Sr Francis Compton The Right Honourable Sr Charles Hedges Knight Principall Secretary of State The Honourable Maurice Thompson Esquire The Honourable Hugh Hare Esquire Sr Walter Sr John Sr Francis Vincent Sr Richard Onslow Sr Thomas Trevor His Majesties Attorney Generall Sr Edward Gresham Sr Walter Clarges Sr Robert Marsham Sr Edward Bromfield Sr Paul Whichcott Sr William Glynn Sr Joseph Alston Sr John Buckworth Baronetts Sr John Nicholas Knight of the Bath ( (fn. 105) ) Sr William Hoskyns Sr Mathew Andrews Sr Robert Clayton Sr St John Broderick Sr James Clarke Sr Christopher Buckle Sr Samuel Dashwood Sr Edward Frewin Sr John Parsons Sr Thomas Vernon Sr Peter Vandeputt Sr John Temple Sr John Fleet Sr James Bateman Sr Henry Furnace Sr William Scawen Sr William Gore Knights John Evelyn of Wootton Henry St John Francis Fuller Serjeant at Law Thomas Turgis Thomas Vernon John Evelyn Anthony Bowyer Denzil Onslow [Thomas (fn. 106) ] Titchburne Morgan Randill Foot Onslow William Draper John Weston Edward Nicholas John Evelyn of Nutfield George Rodney Bridges Edward Harvey James Zouch Sr William Norris Frederick Tilney George Woodrofe Nicholas Carew Ambrose Browne John Lewkner, John Pettiward Henry Hene William Fenwick Thomas Cotton Edward Smith Haestreet James Sigismond Stidolph George Duncombe senior Edward Bray John Sands William Hooker Richard Nichols Shem Bridges Ambrose Muschamp Peter Hussey Staphen Harvey Watkinson Payler William Harvey Richard Onslow Christopher Buckley St John Broderick Francis Brend Thomas Lant George Hoskins William Hatton Charlton Whitlock Robert Gavill William Nuthall John Mitchel John Wight Sr Nicholas Waite Henry Ludlow Henry Lloyd Samuell Lewin John Parsons John Litton John Thynn John Nuthall George Vernon Samuel Atkinson Richard Winmonsold John Riches John Burchett John Machell James Clarke William Elliott Edward Thurlands Sr Jeffery Jefferys George Maggott Edmond Lee Richard How Edward Wood Thomas Hewitt John Jeffreys George Stephen Glynn William Perry John Love John Ward John Seyliard John Highlord Richard Duncombe junior Stephen Glynn William Perry John Love John Ward John Seyliard John Highlord Richard Norton George Smith Robert Hatton Thomas Trapps John Heather Martin Folkes John Turner Thomas Molyneux Henry Vincent Burleigh Fenn Nicholas Fenn Eldred Lancelott Lee Captain Salmon Benjamin Lee Cane Ralph Lane Charles Cox Ralph Snow Richard Hayne William Genew Samuel Somerford Robert Saunders George Goring Henry Cornwell John Conyers Thomas Powell William Marshall Samuell Hall Benjamin Tarrant John Shephard John Gerrard Joseph Chitty Ferdinando Holland John Coleman John Blake Robert Ford Robert Green Thomas Clayton Henry Bishopp [Thomas Roffee George Cole James Isaacson (fn. 107) ] Thomas Fox Edward Starford John Jacob Captain Dorrell John Huggins Daniel Allen Godfrey Woodward Edward Tenison Robert Roane Thomas Cooper John Hunter William Waterman senior William Waterman junior Charles Dubois William Bulpin John Daleane Mathew Crover John Holland Edward Hubbald Thomas Cooke Edmond Lidgold John Sade Jonathan Scott Richard Leigh Henry Roaker Henry Asworth William Bilkinghurst Walter Cock John Hester Thomas Tanner John Cane John Auborne John Stephens Jonadab Ballam Stephen Styles John Platton Gyles Hayward Thomas Baker Edward Whitaker William Mitchell Edward Belithe William Reeves George Cole Ephraim Bishopp Maximilian Stephens Lawrence Parker Thomas Morgan Thomas Overman John Carter of Cashalton Thomas Cuddon Thomas Rogers Thomas Cudsden John Tanner Arnold Squibb Thomas Renda Thomas Lucas Henry [Payton (fn. 108) ] William Cooper Thomas Saunders senior Thomas Saunders junior Charles Martin James Austin William Perkins John Martin William Wright Isaac Loader Robert Castle Thomas Drake Henry Martyn Bayliff of Southwark Thomas Hutchins Angelo Burt senior William Shaw junior George Pack Charlewood Stuckey John Dibble Bartin Hollyday John Pinks John Cane John Francis Thomas White John Foltropp Elmes Spinks Edmund Hunt Thomas Noonham John Stanton Robert Petty William Russell John Henly Richard Dyott The Right Honourable Lyonell Earle of Dysert of the Kingdom of [Ireland (fn. 109) ] The Right Honourable Henry Lord Viscount Hyde Son and Heire Apparent to the Earle of Rochester Sr Theophilus Oglethorp Sr. Richard Farrington Sr Thomas Cooke Knights Philipp Frowd Arthur Turner [Edward Turner (fn. 110) ] Richard Letton Edward Budgen Doctor Sayer Arch-Deacon of Surrey Doctor Duncombe Doctor Hampton Doctor Cheynell Doctor Fulham Nicholas Harding [Doctor (fn. 111) ] Chute Robert Freeman John Fulham Philip Bodenham Edward Carleton Robert Wroth Josiah Carleton John Killingworth Richard Edmonson John Searle Alexander Lee James Githam William Cumber of Docking Nicholas Cutler Nicholas Harding junior William Des'boverie John Titcombe John Titchburne of Battersea Henry Davy Samuel Warburton Henry Bartelott junior George Allen William Sledd David Prole Daniel Thomas Doctor Martin Lister Robert Dowglas Anthony Sturt Coll Progers Charles Goodwyn William Goodwyn William Gulston Chidiock Pawlett John Oldbury Captain John Clements Captain Anthony Clifford Ralph Hough William Clarke Julius Glanville Charles Bludworth Cæsar Bradshaw Robert Wilson Christopher Gettry senior Francis Hatton Captain John Austin Captain William Boothby Samuel Crisp senior John Milner Thomas Phipps Captain Joseph Wandall Edward Woodward Spencer Cooper Captain John Lampart George Atwood Richard Morgan John Deleave Leonard Wessell Henry Griffith Thomas Layfeild Henry Dawlin Thomas Ewere Robert Bowyer Henry Wilkinson Thomas Burrows Lawrence Marsh Urban Hall William Jordane Leonard Hammond George Perry Captain Richard Bonsey Major Benjamin Bonwick Bryan Fairfax John Cowper Henry Wheatly Charles Baker Richard Hartington Edward Northey James Tooth John Allen Doctor John Bendbrigg Henry Fendall William Gardiner Thomas Juxton William Hewer Charles Chamberlaine John Shorter William Pellett Thomas Taylor John Heath junior Edward Leneve Spencer Gerrard Thomas White junior David Proby Henry Bartlett senior Richard Paske Edmund Reding Robert Woodroof Thomas Rodbard The Mayor of Gilford for the Time being The Bayliffs of Kingston for the Time being The Bayliffs of Farnham for the Time being John Child senior Henry Saunders Thomas Agar John Bull Maximilian Emely Timothy Wilson John Terry Joseph Leigh Josiah Dewy Francis Lee Richard White Thomas Jordan John Spencer Richard Jewell Edward Tilby Thomas Harris Captain Bartholomew Richard Gwynne Thomas Bartholomew Thomas Moor Thomas Wincupp Thomas Coston Christopher Smith Edmund Lee Henry Strode Philipp Foster John Angell Henry Foreman Barton Holliday Henry Johnson William Somers Thomas Cudsden Gerrard Andrews Henry Wyatt William Dorrison John Evershed Ulysses Blunt John Symboll Peter Kesterman William Hambly Isaac Cox Thomas Hammond Rich. Hammon Abraham Devisher Jonas Shish Daniel Wight Joseph Wood Edward Smith George Heath Robert Bristow William Berlock Nicholas Hookes John Cox Nehemiah Bourne Abraham Harrison William Golden John Sermon John Boyes Richard Devon Francis Fyrringham John Child junior Theophilus Heath Edward Demblety William Atwood Charles Dubois William Rutter John Gerrard Samuel Peirson John Smith Edward Burrish Henry Herringman John Milford Richard Bridger John Ledford Benjamin Craker Peter Delanoy John Chomly Daniel Duthees Jacob Harvey Thomas Maylin Francis Wilkinson Philipp Hoope Richard Marsh John Stubbs Edward Calton Gustavus Mell John Mitford Ralph Hartly Philip Price John Dewy James Groves Nathaniel Cox Thomas Wyatt Henry Markinfield Timothy Ladcliffe Thomas Smith Nathaniel Holton Henry Bishop Richard Blisse Thomas Bishopp Thomas Lambert Captain Thomas Browne Edward Lane John Pennington Charles Chamberlain Francis Vincent Thomas Onslow Henry Weston John Fitzborne Charles Tryon William Lethieullier Richard Bogan William Smith Roger Shorter William Hatton John Graunt John Peirson Charles Salter John Lamb Josuah Atkinson William King William Cock William Reeves junior Robert Norman John Hickman Richard Glover Anthony Farrington Doctor Bernard Hugh Shortrage John Bateman Reginald Marriott Isaac Shard Richard Saunders Thomas Monday Edmond Halsey Thomas Todd John Trymer Esquires Christopher Tilson John Humble Henry Smith John Harrison Doctor Richard Morton Gilbert East William East Esquires John Bull Gents William Hoskins George Evelyn Benjamin Haskinstyles Joseph Haskinstyles William Ivatt Esquires

For the Towne and Port of Hastings and Libertie thereof

The Mayor and Juratts for the Time being John Poultney Peter Gott Robert Austin Esquires Richard Waller Town-Clerk

For Seaford and Pevensey

The Bayliffes and Juratts for the Time being Sr Thomas Dyke Baronett Thomas Fagg Esquire The Honourable Thomas Pelham Esquire Sr William Thomas Baronett and William Loundes Esquire

For the Auntient Town and Parish of Rye

Nicholas Mannooch Esquire Mayor and the Mayor and Juratts for the Time being Sr Robert Austin Baronett Joseph Offley Esquire Joseph Tucker Edward Minshurst John Young Jeremiah Grebell Gentlemen

For the Town of Winchelsea

The Mayor and Juratts for the Time being Sr Robert Austin Sr George Chout Baronetts Robert Austin John John Hayes Robert Bristow Joseph Offley Esquires Robert Symons Charles Clayton Thomas Jenkins Hawkins Gentlemen

For the rest of the County of Sussex

Arthur Lord Irwin of the Kingdom of Scotland Henry Lord Walden Son and Heir Apparent to the Earle of Suffolk John Lord Cutts of the Kingdom of Ireland Sr John Pelham Sr William Thomas Sir Robert Fagg Sr Henry Goring Sr William Ashburnham Sr Thomas Dyke Sr William Culpeper Sr Richard Onslow Sr William Wilson Sr John Stapeley Sr Philip Jell Sr George Parker [Sir (fn. 112) ] George Chute Sr Richard Farrington Baronets Sr William Morley Sr Edward Hungerford Knights of the Bath Sr John Briscoe Sr Nicholas Pelham Sr Edward Selwyn Sr James Smith Sr Thomas Miller Sr Thomas May Knights Thomas Pelham John Lukener Henry Pelham Thomas Newdigate Esquires Thomas Briggs Doctor of Law George Goring John Morton Thomas Beard John Spence Esquires James Graves Gents John Fuller Esquire George Baker Alexander Staples Esquire John Miller Esquire John Parker Gents John Machell Richard Onslow Henry Yates George Gunter Nathaniel Palmer Esquires William Williams Gents Peter Gott Thomas Frewen George Courthop Esquires John Marrlett Randolph Tutty Edward Page Gentlemen Thomas Woodyear Esquire Walter Roberts Gentleman Thomas Petsworth Thomas Gray Gentlemen John Apsley William Garraway William Westbrooke John Cook of Petworth Esq[uire]s Francis Mose John Cheat Richard Styles John Cook of Goring Gentlemen John Lee [Esquire (fn. 112) ] Richard Cooper Thomas Nash Humphrey Jewkes Thomas Knowles Richard Banks Anthony Cruttenden Robert Hall John Nicholls Paul Burrard Gents Doctor Henry Edes Doctor George May of Chichester The Mayor and Aldermen of Chichester and Arundell for the Time being Samuel Weston Gentleman Charles Goring senior Esquire Charles Goring junior Esquire George Elfred John Pellat Richard Nokes Richard Parker Hugh Reason Thomas Gratwick of Ham Robert Baker John Minshaw John Hayseller senior George Osbourne Gentlemen Stephen Jermyn Esquire Lewis Buckle Richard Hay Arthur Turner Edward Madgwick Christopher Nevill John Dobell Gentlemen Richard Bridges Charles Fagg Robert Orme Richard Pain Anthony Springet John Brewer Robert Austin Esquires Apsley Newton Gentlemen Robert Fagg Esquire Thomas Burrell Gentlemen John Monke William Newton Esquires Benjamin White Doctor of Physick Edward Morley William Cobden John Hays John Wicker John Shelly William Blaker John Weeks Gentlemen Thomas Fagg Esquire John Peachy Barrister Robert Thornden Richard Butcher George Oglander Stephen Fuller William Peachy of Petworth Gents Peter Courthop Richard Shelly Esquires John Newnham John Board John Groom John Weller John Baker Walsingham Mitchell Thomas Charman William Jewer Samuel Blount Thomas Westham Gentlemen Christopher Knight Richard Peckham Esquires John Busbridge Gents John Farrington Fleetwood Farrington Charles Sargison Dennis Lydall Esquires Sr Henry Peachy Knight William Boyse Gentleman Timothy Burrell Esquire Ogle Riggs George Paine Thomas Baker Joseph Studley Gentlemen John Conyers Esquire John Tayler Barrister William Elston Esquire Doctor John Pankhurst [Doctor (fn. 112) ] Thomas Alwyn Doctor John Joy Captain William Fletcher ( (fn. 113) ) Walter Bartlett jun[ior] Gentlemen Christopher Cole Thomas Churcher Philip Cheat of Goring Gentlemen Sr Edward Frewen William Bury Andrew Wilmore Gentlemen William Leeves Esquire William Serace Hugh Pinfold Gents Doctor James Baker Doctor Abraham Newman Richard Lintott Leonard Gale Walter Burrell William Bishop George Stamper Edward Page George Tildeston Alexander Bridges Francis Peachy Richard Pearse Robert Haselden John Sedgwick Thomas Sander Gentlemen Captain Nicholas Best William Benge John Gratwick of Jervis Esquires Francis Farnaby Peter Betsworth Lewis Bilston John Sadler Gentlemen Henry Cooper Lawrence Alcock Esquires Mathew White Thomas Medley John Pellatt Edward Staker Gentlemen Francis Wyatt Esquire Richard Styles Gentlemen Nelson Barrister Richard Burdett John Bowen George Parker Joseph Fugar Gentlemen George Moore Gents Thomas Pelham of Cattsfield Esquire Thomas Frewin Edward Grace William Westbrooke of Elsted Esquires William Board Thomas Fuller Samuel Barton Gentlemen John Ashburnham Esquire George Stanley Thomas Baker of Mayfeild James Plummer Gentlemen Thomas Alchorne Esquire Robert Hall John Burrard John Gratwick Joshua Burdett Gentlemen William Chownes John Middleton William Penn Esquires Doctor Mordaunt Thomas White Esquires Harry Goring John Mitchell junior William Smith John Fortrie Geering French Gentlemen Sr Richard May Knight Joseph Offley Nicholas Mannooch Thomas Carr Esquire ( (fn. 114) ) William Yalden of Blackdowne Gentlemen William Henshaw Esquire John Stone of [Nunney (fn. 115) ] Edward Mannings Daniel [Giffens (fn. 116) ] Nathaniel Threadcroft John Ellis William Whitebread Gentlemen John Ward Esquire Francis Mose Gentleman Cicil Bishop Henry Bickley Esquires George Stanley of Cackham Walter Elphick Jacob Williams John Eleger Francis Goater William Goble Gentlemen James Butler Carve Weeks Esquires Thomas Betsworth Henry Alderton Richard Goldham William Jewer Edward Ward Gentlemen The Bayliffe of Midhurst for the Time being Thomas Bernard Nicholas Heberden Robert Bristow junior John Dyke Gentlemen Charles Goodwyn Thomas Scarlet Philip Cheale Gentlemen Thomas White Esquire Thomas [Lintor (fn. 117) ] Gents William Pellet Esquire Nicholas Gilbert Gents The Bayliffes of Horseham for the Time being Henry Collins Gents William Benge Esquire John Busbridge George Bridger Gentlemen Oliver Whitby Esquire Miles Edgar Gents Sr Thomas Millington Knight Edward Paine Gents Thomas James John Puckle Gents John Gratwick of Sherman Berry Esquire Hugh Vincent John Vincent of Sherman Berry Gentlemen William Mills of Gretham Esquire Henry Cobden of Westden Gents Richard Holmes junior John Dennet of Midhurst William Gratwick John Styant Elliott of Yapton Gentlemen Edward Jorden senior Gents John Barham Esquire John Rolfe Gentlemen Henry Bray Esquire George Mills William Squire Gentlemen George Paine Charles Adams John Elston Gentlemen John Peckham Merchant Henry Capron John Alcock of Medhurst Gents Doctor Henry Cheynell Samuel Plumner of Sedlescome George Tilden of Bread John Freebody of Udenis Edward Le Neve of the same Esquires James St Amond Esquire Eldred Lancelott Lee Esquire Charles Eversfield Esquire John Exton Gents Philip Page Gents Thomas Nevill Gents Richard [Chancell (fn. 118) ] senior Henry May Esquire Thomas Croucher Gabriel Eagles Gents John Thredcroft Gents Gabriell Eagles Lancelott Lee Esquires Edward [Warner (fn. 119) ] Esquire

For the Citty and County of the Citty of Coventry

Thomas Diston the present Mayor and the Mayor for the Time being Sr Christopher Hales Baronet Sr Orlando Bridgeman Baronet Richard Hopkins John Stradford Bazil Fielding Edward Hopkins Edward Taylor Henry Green George Bohun Thomas Gery John Bowater Robert Beake Thomas Burgh Thomas Hopkins Esquire Thomas Bayly Henry Smith Robert Smith Edward Hill Humphrey Burton senior Gentlemen Norton Hansan Esquire Catesby Oadham Gentlemen Edward Hales Esquire Rowland Berkley alias Green James Hales junior Humphrey Burton junior Tymothy Stoughton Horatio Hopkins Arthur Gregory Gentlemen John Bennet Thomas Wright senior Thomas Grascomb Thomas Hellier senior Samuel Walker Gents Thomas Skeffington alias Brome Esquire Septimus Bott John Daniel Thomas Palmer John Yardley Aldermen

For the County of Warwick

The Right Honourable Henry Lord Viscount Hide Son and Heir Apparent to the Earle of Rochester The Right Honourable [Henry (fn. 120) ] Lord Digby of the Kingdom of Ireland The Right Honourable Henry Lord Foliott of the Kingdome of Ireland The Honourable Gilbert Coventry The Honourable John Verney The Honourable Francis Grevill Esquires Sr John Mordaunt Sr Charles Holt Sr Robert Burdett Sr Simon Clark Sr Richard Temple Sr Clement Fisher Sr William Boughton Sr Jacob Astley Sr John Bridgman Sr Charles Shuckburgh Sr John Burgoine Sr Thomas Willoughby Sr Thomas Rous Sr Fuller Skipwith Sr William Wheeler Sr John Huband Sr Christopher Hales Sr Orlando Bridgeman Sr Rushout Cullen Sr Henry Parker Baronetts Sr William Underhill Sr John Clopton Sr Thomas Rawlinson Sr Thomas Wagstaffe Sr William Wilson Knights William Bromley Andrew Archer Robert Somervile Orlando Bridgman George Lucy Bazill Fielding Richard Newdigate Arden Adderley Edward Repington Hercules Underhill Edward Clopton Francis Conway alias Seymour William Palmer Richard Hopkins Humphry Wyrly John Prise William Jesson Charles Newsham Hugh Brown Thomas Keyte Hugh Parker Lisle Hacket Thomas Viner Samuel Bracebridge Tobiah Harvie Anthony Trotman Hugh Clopton Thomas Rowney Francis Keck Thomas Featherston Thomas Andrews John Stratford Edward Bentley Aston Ingram Charls Jennens William Colmore Ward Dilke William Dugdale John Chetwind Robert Harvie Simon Biddulph Robert Fisher Henry Green Humphry Boughton Edward Boughton Francis Boughton John Shuckburg John Combe John Farmer Thomas Peers Fisher Wentworth alias Dilk Bernard Walley John Marriott George Bohun Thomas Gery Henry Neale Arden Adderley John Clerke Thomas Newsham William Holbeck William Eabourne John Andrews William Loggin John Appletree Thomas Gibbs Humphrey Greswold Nathaniel Stoughton George Alsop Richard Eyans William Gower William Feake George Sacheverill Charles Chadwick Joseph Simcox Giles Palmer William Purefoy Esquires John Astley Thomas Archer John Jennens Francis Bagshaw Humphrey Holden Theodore Stratford Thomas Leaving Timothy Stoughton John Stanton Thomas Cooke Edward Brandwood George Birch John Addis Booth Allestrey Robert Boyce Thomas Stanton Charles Ward Michael Askel John Grimshaw Humphry Whadcock John Newsham Charles Bentley Robert Smith Thomas Loggin John Oakley Gentlemen The Mayor of Warwick for the Time being The Mayor of Stratford for the Time being The Bayliffs of Tamworth for the Time being

For the Citty and County of the Citty of Worcester

The Mayor Aldermen Sheriffe and Town Clerke for the Time being William Bromley Robert Wyld Thomas Wylde Samuel Swift Charles Cox Esquire John Rea William Bearcroft William Baker Nicholas Fayt[h (fn. 121) ]ing Henry Hill Edmund Wyatt Thomas Beynolds Thomas Bearcroft Apothecary John Wall Robert Milner William Walker Francis Chetle John Smith Benjamin Perks Herbert Walling John Handy William Pardoe junior Gentlemen Robert Bagott Esquire Edward Philley Gentleman

For the County of Worcester

Sr Robert Atkins Knight Richard Amphlett John Amplett William Amplett John Appletree Thomas Appletree Jonathan Andrews Esquires Richard Avenant Gentleman Charles Baldwyn John Bearcroft Timothy Brickinshaw William Bromley Simon Barker Esquire Martin Ballard William Bookey John Bourn Thomas Bushell Robert Bushell Thomas Burleton senior Thomas Burleton junior Arthur Bagshaw Robert Baggott Thomas Bell Richard Barneford Thomas Bund Gentlemen Nicholas Barnaby Esquire The Bayliffe of Bewdley Richard Barnaby Esquire The Honourable Gilbert Coventry Sr Henry Coningsby Knt Charles [Cockes (fn. 118) ] John Chaplyn Francis Clare Thomas Cornwall John Clutton Allane Cliffe of Astley senior Allane Cliffe of Astley junior Allan Cliffe of Mashon Thomas Chettle Higham Cookes Thomas Cookes Esquire James Campson Gentleman Sr Anthony Craven Baronet Thomas Carwarding of Wick. Arthur Charlett Sr Ralph Dutton Baronet Richard Dowdeswell [George Dowdeswell Charles Dowdeswell (fn. 121) ] Gerard Dannett Robert Dowley Esquires The Bayliffs of Droitwich Robert Dormer Esquire Sr Edward Dineley Knight The Mayor of Evesham Richard Fulwood of Rouslench Henry Lord Foliott of the Kingdome of Ireland Thomas Foley of Whitley Thomas Foley of Stoke Philip Foley Robert Foley Richard Freeman John Fownes John Feild Esquires John Fleetwood Archdeacon of Worcester The Honoble John Grey Henry Gorges Abell Gower George Gardiner Benjamin Greaves Esquires Sir Thomas Haslewood Knight William Hancock John Holmden Esquires Thomas Hunt Henry Hodges Gentlemen Doctor Moses Hodges Mr Henry Hicks of Stretton Henry Hunt Gents Caleb Hill Thomas Hadley Gentlemen Thomas Jervoise Benjamin Jolliffe Higgons James Esquires Henry Johnson Samuell Jewkes Gentlemen Doctor John Jephcott Henry Jeffereys [Benjamin Jefferyes (fn. 122) ] Esquires Sr William Keyte Baronett Charles Knottesford Esquire Sr Charles Littleton Baronet Edmond Lechmere Anthony Lechmere William Lygon Thomas Lench Esquires Edward Lench Arthur Lewe Gentlemen Mr William Lloyd of Blorkley Thomas Lowe Esquire Edmund Lane Gents Sr Christopher Musgrave Bar[one]t William Moore Francis Martin Gents Mr. William Martin of Earles Crombe Bridges [Nanson (fn. 123) ] Henry Neale John Newport Richard Nansan Esquires James Nash Gents Thomas Nanfan Esquire Mr. Thomas Owen of Icomb Sr John Packington Bar[one]t Sr Henry Parker Bar[one]t. Hugh Parker Humphrey Perrott Thomas Perrott John Perrott Samuel Pitts Gyles Parsons George Porter Esquires Edward Partington Gents Edward Palmer Esquire Mr. John Price Chancellor of Worcester Sr Francis Russell Sr Thomas Rous Sr James Rushout Sr William Rich Baronets John Rudge Esquire William Rudge John Rudge Gents Edward Russell Gents Hugh Reason Esquire Sr Edward Seabright Baronet Samuel Sandys Thomas Savage Robert Savage Anthony Samback Walter Savage senior Walter Savage junior Francis Sheldon John Sheldon Esquires Daniel Sheldon William Savage Richard Smalbrook George Savage of Broadway Samuel Slade Thomas Sabery of Tenbury Gentlemen Samuel Swift Esquire Mr James Stillingfleet of Hartlebury Mr Richard Smith of Upton upon Severne Thomas Stephens junior John Soley Humphrey Soley Chambers Slaughter Esquires The Honourable Robert Tracy Esquires Sr John Talbott Knight Edmond Taylour Francis Taylour Henry Townsend Esquires Thomas Vernon William Vernon senior William Vernon junior John Vernon of Worcester Esquires The Honourable Ferdinando Ward The Honourable William Ward The Honourable John Wentworth William Walsh Salwey Winnington Robert Wylde Thomas Wylde Walter White Thomas Winford senior Thomas Winford junior Esquires John Wheeler of Wollaston Edward Wheeler Nicholas Wheeler Thomas Walter Thomas Watson Gentlemen Francis Winnington Esquire Thomas Rowney Esq[uire] Talbott Young Thomas Yarnold Thomas Yates Esquires

For the Citty of New Sarum the Close of the same and Clarendon Park.

The Mayor and Aldermen for the Time being Robert Eyre ( (fn. 124) ) Recorder Sr Thomas Mompesson Knight Thomas Jervois William Hearst Wadham Windham Charles Mompesson Edmond Pitman Francis Swanton Gabriel Ashley George Windham Herbert Saladin John Hill James Harris William Hughes Edward Gerrard John Gauntlett Thomas Chaffin Marks Thomas Lambert George Stanley William Hearst junior William Wastfield Esquires

For the rest of the County of Wilts

John Lord Mordaunt Son and Heire Apparent of the Earle of Peterborough Edward Lord Viscount Cornbury Son and Heir Apparent of the Earle of Clarendon Richard Earle of Renelaugh of the Kingdome of Ireland Henry Lord Colraine of the Kingdom of Ireland The Honourable Henry Thynne The Honourable Francis Greeville The Honourable Robert Berty The Honourable William Ashburnham The Right Honourable Sr Charls Hedges One of His Majesties principall Secretaries of State The Honourable John Smith Esquire One of His Majesties Privy Councill Sr Walter St John Sr Edward Seymour Sr John Button Sr Seymore Pile Sr Richard Grobham Howe Sr James Howe Sr Edward Ernley Sr Walter Long Sr James Ash Sr Robert Dashwood Sr William Pincent Baronets Sr Edward Hungerford Sr John Nicholas Knights of the Bath Sr George Hungerford Sr John Talbott Sir Thomas Mompesson Sr Stephen Fox Sr John Hawles Solicitor Generall Sr Thomas Estcourt Sr Mathew Andrews Sr Richard Hart Sr John Eyles Sr Richard Halford Sr Francis Child Sr Charles Duncombe Knights Henry St John Edward Seymour Richard Howe Richard Lewis John Windham George Pitt Alexander Popham senior Alexander Popham junior Robert Hide Henry St John junior Charles Mompesson Walter Hungerford Edward Nicholas John Hall Carew Rawley William Willoughby John Eyre Robert Eyre Thomas Lewis Edmond Dunch Richard Jones Thomas Bennet of Salthrop Thomas Jervois Thomas Hobby Edmond Lambert Thomas Freeke of Shrewton Thomas Bennet junior Edward Nicholas of Manningford Maurice Bockland Thomas Pitt William Ash Alexander Thistlethwaite Charles Fox Edward Nicholas of Winterbourne Walter Ernly John Nicholas of Caning Francis Goddard Thomas Freeke of Hannington Francis Stonehouse William Trenchard John Glanville Thomas Baskerville Edward Nott Thomas Chamberlain George Wroughton of Wilcott Thomas Goddard William Harvey Thomas Penruddock William Windham Wadham Windham [George Windham (fn. 122) ] Walter Grubb Henry Chivers Edmund Windham Richard Chandler James Linch Edward Young Charles Hart Thomas Phipps of Heywood John Young John Knight John Wildman John Methwen Samuel Ash John Ash of Dinton Richard Nevill William George Robert Pleydall Charles Raymond Charles Tucker Benjamin Gifford Edward Seymour of White Parish Samuel Whitlock Edmund Hungerford John Bennett William Hearst senior Gabriel Ashley William Wallis Richard Aldworth Christopher Mayne John Dew Jacob Selfe Isaac Selfe Edward Fopp Henry Poole Henry Cocker Edward Poor of Alton John Blandy junior John Hippesley Richard Musgrave Thomas Smith of Melksham Thomas Stubbs John Danvers of Monks John Ayliffe Francis Merriweather Doctor Meriweather Doctor of Phisick Robert Nicholas of the Devises William Wastfield William Brewer Gifford Yerbury Michael Ernle ( (fn. 125) ) Richard Jervois Richard Long Edward Little Nevill Masculine William Yorke William Player Walter Green Benjamin Giles Edmund Webb John Bond George Clarke John Trenchard Thomas Escourt James Mountague George Speke Petty Walter White Thomas Goddard of Rudlow Thomas Chaffin of Zeales John Pleydall Edward Baynton Thomas Baynton Oliver Caley Thomas Brotherton Poor of Durrington John Jacob senior John Jacob junior Edward Duke John Hill of Sarum Scory Barker Thomas Lambert of Sarum William Hearst junior Anthony Hungerford Walter Parker Francis Wroughton Robert Duke of Lake Thomas Chaffin Marks John Gantlett Francis Swanton Ab John Stokes Charles Mitchell Christopher Mitchell John Webb Charles Pleydall Charles Bowles William White William Hitchcock Henry Pinnell John Curle Edward Foyle Stephen Blatch Henry Nourse John Long of Baynton Francis Thistlethwaite Joseph Hoskenstyles Charles Scroop William Beach of Fiddleton Andrew Duke Walter Long of Wraxall John Long Edward Wadman Edward Hearst William Hancock Councellor at Law Thomas Stringer of Ivy Church John Kent of Boscomb Edward Ryder Robert Smith Henry Dennis Edmund Pleydall of Mudgall Thomas Webb John Harvey John Holton Edmund Summer Daniel Webb Richard [Dover (fn. 126) ] Nathaniel Still James Ash John Jefferyes John Knighton Charles Brindson of Wotton Bassett William Coles Thomas Fuller Brereton Boucher Henry Blake Thomas Grove George Hill William Hughes Barister at Law William Lydiard Thomas Powell Thomas Hayward Nicholas Elliott Christopher Gardiner Richard Minifre Thomas Haskett John Brooke Nicholas Daniel William Clare John Smith of Alton Mathew Smith Jonathan Hill John Toogood Walter Sharpe William Pincent Esquires John Flower Henry Whattman Henry Eyre of Woodhampton Francis Goddard of Purton Henry Southby Jasper Chapman George Morley Nathaniel Bard Edward Pauncefort Charles Davenant Doctor of Law John Lanford Edward Ash John Fisher of Chute Francis Coles Thomas Franklyn Robert [Blisse (fn. 127) ] Robert Maudee Thomas Long of Rowden John Harvey of Cole Parke Christopher Willoughby George Davis of Woodford John Mitchell Edward Goddard of Ogbourne Richard Cox George Duke Peter Temple Joseph Houlton Anthony Trottman Charles Violett Lovelace Bigg Thomas Phillips John Hawkins Tobias Richmond Zachariah Bayly William Shores Thomas Jacob Edmond Escourt( (fn. 128) ) of the Close in Sarum Richard Erle of Chute John Ballard Doctor of Physick William Thomas George South Richard Maddock Robert Gore Francis Kemble junior Robert Lawrence Thomas Hunt of Lavington John Clarke of Burcombe John Goddard Anthony Methwen Jonathan Rogers Pincent William Parry of Easton Gray Thomas Sharpe Edmund Escourt Thomas Hulbert Alexander Baxter Edward Pleydall George Freeman William Greenfield John Horton Edward Mellish Humphrey Fitzherbert Robert Jenkins James Wild George Togood John Meriweather William Vince Joseph Wright William Cole of the Close [of (fn. 129) ] Sarum Thomas Dennett Henry Miles William Mountjoy Henry Read George Walter John Horton of the Devizes Richard Burt of Cricklod George Goodwin John Thistlethwaite Michael Smith George Turner Philips of Wanborough Richard Crouch William Pinckney John Holton John Ellis Thomas Bennett of Steeple Ashton Robert Lee James Hayes Doctor Savory Doctor of Physick George Harrison Walter Knight William Stewkley William Batson John Spathirst Robert Tuck of Lineham Thomas Phips junior John Rolfe Edward Hungerford Richard Knight of Fulston Robert Simons John Wadman William Wastfield senior Robert Hawkins James Power Richard Spencer Walter Scot of Chippenham John Scot of Ivy Ambrose Hudry Richard Kingston senior Thomas Smith of Corsham Giles Earle Thomas Rooke John Walters Thomas Harris John Harding Edward Medlicott William Slade Thomas Brind Richard Read Robert Burleton Thomas Hunt of Enford Charles Tucker Richard Baskerville Joseph Huse Richard Goddard of Swindon Thomas Sadler Edward Pierce of the Devizes William Beach John Bennet of Warminster Robert Maudren of Compton Bassett Josiah Sheppard Benedict Browne Richard Greenfield Thomas Fettiplace Richard Smith junior William Shore Adam Tuck of Chippenham John Blagden Hope Long Thomas Clark of Milton Samuel Giffs of Westbury John Samuel The Mayor of Salisbury for the Time being The Mayor of Wilton The Mayor of the Devizes The Mayor of Marlborow and the Two Justices of the Peace for the Time being The Aldermen of Malmesbury The Bayliffs of Chippenham for the Time being

For the County of Westmerland

The Honourable Goodwin Wharton Esquire Sr Christopher Musgrave Sr Henry Fletcher Sr Richard [Standford (fn. 130) ] Sr William Pennington Sr John Lowther Bar[one]ts William Peirpoint Wharton Dunce Richard Lowther James Grahme ( (fn. 131) ) Richard Braithwaite William Fleming John Nevison Edward Wilson John Dalston Thomas Hebblethwait Richard Crakenthorp Christopher Hilton Edward Wilson junior James Bird Thomas Daws Hugh Machell Esquires John Hall John Atkinson John Robinson Robert Kilner John Archer Anthony Saul William Godsalve Anthony Ward Jeffrey Beck Simon Battersby Nicholas Tunstall Richard Lowry John Bayliffe Tempest Husband The Mayors of Kendall and Appleby for the Time being

For the County of Anglesey

Richard Lord Bulkley Viscount Cashell in the Kingdome of Ireland The Honourable Robert Bulkeley Esquire Sr Roger Mostyn Sr Arthur Owen Baronets John Hook Francis Lloyd Nicholas Bagnall Peirce Lloyd John Williams Owen Bold William Robinson Francis Bulkeley John Williams Coningsby Williams Thomas Wynn John Owen of Pursadfed William Meyrick John Owen of Penchose Owen Hughes John Thomas Doctor John Jones Dean of Bangor William Griffith of Carey lwyd Robert Owen John Wynne William Morgan Roger Hughes William Jones Francis Edwards Owen Williams of Carrog Hugh Wynne of Tregerworth Owen Roberts John Williams of Chevarn bach Thomas Fletcher Esquires John Owen of Bodier John Lloyd of Brynddue Thomas Williams of Quirt Simon Fowlkes Thomas Roberts of Castellor Gentlemen Henry Williams of Llanwarthly Owen Davis Clerke The Mayor of Beaumares for the Time being William Owen Robert Hampton John Mostin Henry Williams of Trearddur John Vaughan Esquire His Majesties Attorney for North Wales Owen Williams of Marrian John Lloyd of Haselssporth

For the Town of Brecon

The [Bayliffs (fn. 132) ] and Aldermen for the Time being Thomas Walker Esq[uire] Recorder Sr Edward Williams Sr Rowland Gwynn Sr Jeffrey Jeffreyes Knights John Morgan John Jefferys William Winter Daniel Williams John Watters Robert Lucy William Phillipps Lodowick Lewis Richard Hughes Henry Jones Esquires Henry Thoma' John Davies William Williams Edward Hughes Meredith James Town Clerk John Price William Herbert William Aubrey Henry Williams Samuel Wolseley John Jeffreyes Daniel Price Michael Churchill [Robert (fn. 133) ] Jeffreyes Gentlemen

For [the rest of the County of Brecon (fn. 134) ]

The Right Honourable the Lord Arthur Somersett Second Son of the late Duke of Beauford The Honourable William Ashburnnham Esquire Son and Heir Apparent of the Right Honourable the Lord Ashburnham Sr Thomas Williams Baronet Sr Edward Williams Sr Rowland Gwynne Sr Jeffery Jeffreyes Knights John Morgan Thomas Mansell John Jeffreyes John Lewis Sackville Gwynne Thomas Walker Walter Vaughan Daniel Williams Marmaduke Gwynne Francis Lloyd Robert Lucie Richard Jeffreys John Walters John Butcher James Parrie Lodowick Lewis Samuel Williams Edward Williams James Donn Richard Lewis John Lewis Christopher Portrey William Bowens William Williams Thomas Bowens Godfrey Harcourt William Philips Robert Rumsey Howell Morgan Charles Herbert Henry Jones Thomas Price Esquires Edward Games of Tregare Edward Games of Cnwy Howell Gwynne Esquire Edward Jeffreyes Thomas Williams Henry Williams John Watkins Lewis Lloyd Henry Williams John Davies Charles Williams Edward Winter Edward Williams Thomas Jones Lewis Jones William Jones Joshua Parry John Watkins Thomas Madok Job Watkins Richard Hughes Esquires William Watkins of Pont y wall Henry Jones Esq[uire] John Thomas Francis Lewis Thomas Price Lewis Powell Gentlemen Mr Penry of Llwyn [Lanteven (fn. 135) ] Thomas Williams Zacheus Gunter Edward Price James Watkins of Shephouse William Watkins of Talgarth Richard Watkins Roger Meller John Philips Mr Stedman of Doll y Gare John Lloyd Marmaduke James Lewis Havard Edward Morgan Thomas Havard William Havard William Gunter John Price William Williams Henry Herbert Hugh Powell Chaunter Edward Gwynn Clerk William Lloyd Jenkin Jones of Devynnock William Williams of Aberanell Edward Hughs Gents Edward Lewis Thomas Flower William Winter Esquires John Herbert Rector of Llambrider George Powell Henry Williams of Bayley Brith Daniel Price Marmaduke Gwynne John Jones of Coyty Rice Penry Coroner William Aubrey Roger Price Paul Williams Thomas Lloyd of Brecon Francis Lloyd John Lloyd junior Reece Lloyd Thomas Williams John Evans Jacob James Phillip Williams

For the County of Cardigan

The Right Honourable John Lord Viscount Lisbourne of the Kingdome of Ireland Sr William Wogan Knight His Majesties Serjeant at Law Mr. Serjeant Neave Mr Justice Gibbs. Sr Vaughan Pryse Bar. Sr Humphrey Mackworth Knight Sr Charles Lloyd Knight John Lewis of Coedmer Esquire Henry Lloyd Esquire Lewis Pryse Esquire Thomas Jones Esquire William Herbert Esquire John Llanghorne Esquire David Lloyd of Wernnewyd Esquire David Lloyd of Crynfryn Esquire Edward Jones Esquire Richard Lloyd Esquire David Parrey Esquire John Lewis senior Esquire John Lewis of Jernos Esquire Richard Stedman Esquire John Lloyd of Peterwell Esquire Walter Lloyd of Olmarth Esq[uire] Samuel Lloyd of Crigmor Esq[uire] Walter Lloyd of Veilallt Esq[uire] Thomas Lloyd of Bromydd Esq[uire] John Lloyd of Kilgwyn Es[quire] John Lloyd of Bodsage Parke Esquire John Williams of Tally Esquire Oliver Howell Esquire John Knolls Esquire John Williams of Abernantvaughan Esquire Samuel Hughs Esquire John Phillipps Esquire Richard Lewis Esquire Evan Lloyd Roderick Richard Thomas Knolls Nathan Griffiths Francis Vaughan David Lewis of Lysnewydd John Jones of Abermaed John Bowen David Lloyd of Foesybleidded Erasmus Lloyd Richard Phillips of Mollifer Daniel Lloyd of Llanochan Lewis Gwynne Stephen Parry William Lewis John Lloyd of Castle Howell Richard Phillips of Lloyd Jack William Hughes John Jones of Tyglyn Simon Pryse John Parry of Cumsiltin Morgan Howells of Peny Baily William Waller James Lewis Richard Ingram David Jones of Cardigan Rees Lloyd Evan Evans Hugh Lloyd of Aberleetwyn Gentlemen The Mayors of Cardigan and Aberystwith for the Time being Howel Penry Erasmus Lewis Charles Price John Penrys Rees Griffith Henry Rogers Owen Evans Thomas Richard Clerks John Tredenham Hugh Lloyd of Foshilig Esquire William Jenkin Esq[uire] Jenkin Lloyd of Llanfechan Thomas Pryse John Morris of Carrog David Griffiths Daniel Jones of Nanyo Stephen Parrey of Rhodmayd Henry Parrey Henry Davies Griffith Lloyd Thomas Bowen John Bowen of Bulchbychan James Williams Gentlemen The Reverend Doctor John Edwards

For the County Borough of Carmarthen

The Mayor Councill and Sheriffs for the Time being Sr Sackville Crow Sr Rice Rudd Sr Arthur Owen Baronets Richard Vaughan of Terracoyd Rowland Gwynne William. Brigstock Henry Lloyd of Llanstephan John Edwards George Lewis Esquires John Morgan John Powell Nicholas Williams John Sturlock Anthony Jones and James Phillips Gentlemen.

For the County of Carmarthen

Richard Middleton Esquire High Sheriffe of the County The Honourable William Ashburnham Son and Heir Apparent of John Lord Ashburnham Sr John Phillips Sr Thomas Stepney Sr William Mansell Sr Sackvill Crow Sr Rice Rudd Sr William Russell Sr Arthur Owen Sr Edward Mansell Sr Thomas Powell Baronets Sr William Wogan His Majesties First Serjeant at Law Sr Orlando Gee Sr Charles Lloyd Knights Philip Neeve Serjeant at Law Marmaduke Gibbs Richard Vaughan of Tarycoed Griffith Rice Thomas Mansell of Muddlescomb John Tredenham Thomas Cornwallis Richard Vaughan of Derwith Rowland Gwynne Thomas Llwyd of Berllandowyll Morgan Jones of Tregeeb Thomas Lloyd of Alt y Cadno Richard Gwynne of Gwempa Griffith Lloyd Rawleigh Mansell Walter Middleton Sackville Gwynne Roger Mainwaring John Lloyd of Llangenoth Henry Owens William Brigstock of [Lackeony (fn. 136) ] Thomas Lloyd of Dan yr allt Arthur Gwynne John Williams of Tally Thomas Gwynne the elder Edward Jones of Ystrad Corwg Henry Lloyd of Llanstephan Henry Lloyd of Llanllawddag John [Phillips (fn. 137) ] of Dolhaid John Williams of Carmarthen Samuell Hughs of Langharne John Vaughan of Darllys John Edwards Francis Browne John Langharne of Langharne Nathan Griffiths Walter Morgan Esquires Edward Vaughan of Tarycoed Anthony Rudd Charles Gwynne of Gwempa John Williams of Aber Cothy Thomas Phillips of Kilsant David Gwynne John Powell of Penybanckisha John Morgan of Penybanckisha Thomas Mainwaring Samuel Hughs of Llooyn y Brain Owen Bowen Henry Lewis Griffith Elliot William Bynon David Lewis of Llys newydd Henry Vaughan John Jones of Colebrook William Brigstock of Castle Pigin James Philips Zachariah Bevens Daniel Linacar Thomas Thomas James Jones of Dollcothy Thomas Morgan Hugh Jones David Williams of Moddvey Anthony Williams David Lewis William Davies of Drusloyne Thomas Philips of Landarog Mathew Harbottle Jenkin Rice Richard Phillips of Loves Lodge Anthony Jones of Abergwilly Thomas Phillips of Aberinenda Lewis Lloyd of Llansevin John Phillips of White House John Jones of Llanvenith David Evans of Comodore Evan Price Morgan Davies of Golden Grove Oliver Howells Richard Phillips of Pencared Edward Davies of Pentrey John Williams of Dolegwin

For the County of Carnarvon

The Right Honourable Richard [Lord (fn. 137) ] Viscount Bulkeley of the Kingdom of Ireland The Right Honourable the Lord Edward Russell Son to the late Duke of Bedford The Honourable Thomas Bulkeley Esquire Sr John Wynn Knight and Baronet Sr [Robert (fn. 138) ] Mostyn Baronett Sr Robert Cotton Sr Arthur Owen Bar: Sr Griffith Williams Baronet Sr William Williams Bar John Hook Francis Lloyd Nicholas Bagenall Roger Price Richard Vaughan Pierce Lloyd Owen Hughes Henry Vaughan of Pant Glasse George Coytmore of Coytmore George Twisilton Thomas Wynn of Bodvean Maurice Jones Love Parry Thomas Fletcher Lloyd Bodvel Esquires John Jones Doctor of Divinity Robert Wynn ( (fn. 139) ) of Glassgoyd James Brinker Richard Glynn Arthur Williams John Rowlands John Thomas Richard Madryn Edward Holland Griffith Wynn of Stymlyn Rowland Wynn of Glan-r-afen William Morgan Richard Edwards Hugh Lewis Owen Wynn of Pen y brin John Lloyd of Perthaur Simon Foulkes Esquires Griffeth Carreg Humphrey Roberts John Williams of Brymor Owen Owens of Kefu Gentlemen Lancelot Bulkeley Clerke [Lewis Lloyd Clerk (fn. 137) ] John Vaughan of Castle March William Griffith of Pen-r-alt Edward Pierce of Lysfaen Robert Griffith of Bath-y-Saint William Crosse William Griffith Robert Lloyd Gwnys Thomas Roberts of Varchwell Gentlemen Ellis Anwyl Clerk George Kuffin Clerke John Vaughan Esquire His Majesties Attorney for North-Wales

For the County of Denbigh

The Right Honoble Sr John Trevor Master of the Rolls Sr Joseph Jekyll Knight Cheife Justice of Chester John Lloyd Esquire High Sheriffe of the County of Denbigh Sr John Wynn Knight and Baronet Sr Richard Midleton Sr Walter Baggot Sr Thomas Powell Baronets Sr Robert Cotton Knight and Baronet Sr John Conway Sr Roger Mostyn Sr William Williams Sr Edward Broughton Baronets John Williams Esquire the Kings Attorney Edward Baggott Thomas Cotton Edward Vaughan Thomas Carter Robert Davies Edward Brereton Ambrose Thelwall Kenrick Eyton Richard Vaughan of Bodidrist Richard Mostyn Eubule Thelwall Roger Mostyn David Parry Joshua Edisbury Peter Ellis Robert Price of Geller Cadwallader Wynne William Robinson John Roberts Ellis Lloyd John Middleton Esquires Andrew Thelwall Esq[uire] Henry Vaughan of Paintglasse Elihu Yale Sydney Godolphin Thomas Jones of Carregcovah Hedd Lloyd Thomas Wynn Maurice Jones Owen Wynne of Lwyne David Maurice of Loraine Robert Griffiths John Wynne of Gop Simon Thelwall John Wynne of Farne Ellis Meredith Langford of Trevallyn William Eyton Thomas Kyffin Thomas Holland John Hill Peter Moyle John Lloyd of Gwrych Jasper Peck John Dolben Esquires Doctor Robert Wynn Chancellor of St Asaph Francis Lloyd Rector of Llandyrnogg John Robinson Clerk Maurice Jones Rector of Kerrigdruidion Robert Salusbury of Place Issa Robert Wynn of Maesmochnant John Maesmore Edward Wynn of Llanyfidd David Lloyd of Bodnod John Puleston of Pickillt Edward Lloyd of Ddwyfaen John Ashpoole Evan Wynn Peter Foulkes Robert Lloyd of Hendrewailod Richard Lloyd of Moelpry Gentlemen Orlando Thelwall Clerke John Puleston of Havodyworne Thomas Price of Glyn Maurice Wynn of Llanganhavall Hugh Hughes of Brintangor John Morris of Llwse Meredith Wynne Daniel Price Deane of St Asaph Captain Peirce Foulkes The Aldermen and Bayliffs for the Time being of the Towne of Denbigh The Aldermen for the Time being of the Towne of Ruthin The Mayor for the Time being of the Towne of Holt John Lloyd of Place Eignion Thomas Roberts of Llanrhydd Michael Rosingdale Doctor of Physick Thomas Morton William Lloyd of Place Benion William Vaughan Thomas Lloyd of Kefen Foulke Vaughan Richard Wynne of [Trovaith (fn. 140) ] Thomas Salusbury of Erbistock William Edwards of Eaton Robert Mathews of Erbistock Thomas Hanmore Edward Lloyd of Lanarmon John Morris Clotagnog Richard Wynne of Aberkynlleth Edward Jones of Gowrton Booth Basnett John Davies of Wrexham Robert Holland of Pennant John Paine Gentlemen Henry Powel

For the County of Flint

The Right Honourable Sr John Trevor Master of the Rolls Sr John Hanmore Sr Robert Cotton Sr Richard Middleton Sr John Conway Sr William Glynne Sr Roger Mostyn Sr William Williams Baronetts Sr Joseph Jekyll Cheife Justice of Chester Sr Salathiel Lovell Knights Thomas Mostyn of Rhydd Thomas Hanmer of Bettisfield Thomas Hanmer of the Fenns Thomas Carter Roger Price Robert Davies William Lloyd John Broughton Richard Mostyn Thomas Eaton Edward Lloyd of Tythyn Thomas Whitley of Aston Edward Brereton Ellis Young John Wynne of Copperleney Thomas Evans Owen Barton John Roberts George Hope John Williams Hugh Griffith Thomas Baldwyn Edward Morgan Twisleton Kendrick Eyton John Lloyd of Pentrehobin Charles Kenaston Peter Pennant [Roger Pennant (fn. 141) ] Josiah Jones Thomas Foulkes of Vaynoll Thomas Lloyd Register of St Asaph Richard Parry William Rutter John Davies Thomas Williams Peter Davies John Wynne of Farme Thomas Lloyd of Gernhaylad Edward Conway Thomas Ravenscroft of Pickhill John Lloyd of Ledbrooke Esquires Beaumont Percivall Doctor of Divinity Peter Moyle Robert Wynne Doctor of Divinity and Chancellor of St Asaph Daniel Price Doctor of Divinity Deane of St Asaph Thomas Pennant Roger Mostyn [Roger Mostyn (fn. 141) ] of Gerne Esquires John Hughs John Pennant John Price of Brynn a Peice Thomas Salisbury of Ledbrooke. Esq[uire] Doctor Peirce John Puleston of Pickhill Thomas Edwards of Brimforth John Lloyd of Wickwer John Wynn of Leeswood Thomas Foulkes of Martin Francis Edwards Thomas Hanmer of Mace Waylood Henry Lloyd George Williams John Wynn of Towers John Lloyd of Flint Samuel Mostyn John Davies of Henfryn John Evans of Paul Evan William Cratchley Eubule Wynne Thomas Jones Roger Jones senior Humphry Jones Joseph Ellis John Lloyd of Downing Henry Lloyd Thomas Williams of Bronkedd Brock William Butler Thomas Parry of Perth-y-main Thomas Edwards Daniel Peck Thomas Morton Edward Griffith Richard Deaves Gabriel Edwards Edward Bethell Thomas Panton Edward Lewis Henry Parry Edward Mostyn Thomas Jones Thomas Humphreys John Lloyd of Pengwern Robert Foulkes Deputy Baron of Chester Humphrey Thomas Evan Lloyd John Facknald Robert Brook Gentlemen Owen Rowlands Clerk John Lloyd Rector of Nannarch Hugh Price Rector of Caerwis William Ball Viccar of Northopp John Showe Rector of Wormbury Humphrey Lloyd of Plas Bellen Thomas Pennant of Pennagorth Thomas Powell of Southton Jo Lloyd Southton Morgan Jones Piers Mathews Griffith Edwards Robert Mathews Thomas Hughes Gentlemen William Young Esq[uire]

For the County of Glamorgan

Sr Edward Mansell Sr Edward Stradling Sr Charles Kemys Sr John Aubrey Sr John Thomas Baronets Sr Rowland Gwynne Sr Humphry Mackworth Sr Humphry Edwyn Knights Thomas Mansell High Sheriffe Thomas Mansell John Morgan Richard Lewis Thomas Mansell Richard Jenkins Thomas Lewis Francis Gwynne Richard Says Marmaduke Gibbs Phillip Herbert Richard Lougher Samuel Edwyn William Seys Richard Carne Edward Mansell William Mathews Charles Button Thomas Button Robert Jones Edmond Thomas Francis Whyndham Thomas Thomas Oliver St John George-Howells Edward Purberville Edward Bowen Christopher Portrey Robert Button Evan Evan William Phillips William Aubrey William Dawkin Richard Herbert John Price Esquires Doctor John Jones Chancellor of Landaffe Jeremy Dawkin Andrew Mathews Thomas Rees of Ogmore Robert Deere Lyson Llewellin Thomas Powell of Llandaw John Bennet Godwyn Herbert Lewis Thomas of Swansey Griffith Thomas Alexander Protter James Allen Rowland Hughes Mathew Seys Roger Powell Daniel Morris John Thomas of Marlas William Harreyes Hopkin Thomas John Basset Thomas Rice Thomas Popkins Philip Williams Richard Williams Thomas Bydder Robert Bydder John Watkyns of Gellyher Anthony Thomas Richard Jenkins Anthony Powell of Llodyarth Edward Stradling of Gellygaze Harry Williams Edmund David of Craigwen William Price of Parke William Morgan of Coddygoras Thomas Rees of Roath Richard Thomas of Gelly-groun Edward Jenkins William Thomas of Myskin Evan Thomas of Glan-Cave William Richard of Cardiffe Thomas Williams Alexander Pursell senior Cradoke Nowell Lewis Cox William Jones Christopher Mathewes John Archer Robert Thomas William Lambert Cradock Wells Gentlemen The Bayliffs of Cardiffe for the Time being William Thomas Town Clerk The Bayliffs of Cowbridge The Portreeves of Neath and Swansey

For the County of Merioneth

Sr John Wynn Knight and Barister Sr Richard Middleton Sr Griffith Williams Baronets Sr William Williams Knight and Baronet Roger Salusbury Roger Price Francis Herbert Edward Vaughan Richard Owen John Nanny Llanvedeged Vincent [Corbett (fn. 142) ] John Lloyd William Pugh Richard Vaughan Robert Lloyd Thomas Price Morris Jones of Ddole David Lloyd of Hendure Charles Hughes Edmond Meyrick Robert Nanny Owen Wynne William Wynne [John Vaughan of Cargai (fn. 141) ] John Vaughan of Glanyilline Morris Vaughan Clerk William Eyton Evan Wynne of Cwmmine Richard Mitton Edward Holland John Jones John Nanny of Maespandy John Lloyd of Rhwdog Esquires John Lloyd of Llwynegerwn Gents Thomas Lloyd of Llandegwin Gents Edward Owen of Gwasstadfrin Gents Edward Price Gents Ellis Oliver Gents William Roberts Gents Owen Pritchard Gents John Vaughan Dole y mummillin Gents Robert Owen Dole y Serren Gents Thomas Parry Gents John Vaughan of Penmen Gents David Lloyd Dole y Gylynen Gents William Anwell of Llandecwin Gents Thomas Meirik Gents William Jones Clerk Rector of Mowddi Gents Rowland Ellis Gents John Humphreyes Gentlemen Rowland-Vaughan Clerke Rector of Malwid Gents Thomas Morgan Gents Edward Morgan Gents William Jones Clerk Rector of Llangower Gents Hugh Owen of Caerberllan Gents John Maesmore of Maesmore Gents Thomas Humphreyes Rector of Llanddwiwe William Humphreyes Gents Morris William Gents Griffith Wynne of Taltrithin Gents John Evans of Talybont Gents Athlustan Savage Clerk Edward Wynne of Llangower [Gent (fn. 141) ] Humphrey Hughes Gents Reese Hughes of Pantperthor Gents Henry Parrey of Llanthervell Clerk Robert Price of Yscarwethen Esq[uire] Griffith Lloyd of Gwern einion Gents Morris Owen of Ty gywin Gents John Williams of Lodg Gents Edward Lewis of Talgarth Gents John Loyd of Killan Gents Hugh Hughes of Brintangor Gents Rowland Owen Garth yn arrad Merredith Jones Owen Eyton Clerk

For the County of Montgomery

Sr Joseph Jekyll Knight Cheife Justice of Chester Sr Vaughan Price Sr Charles Lloyd Sr Uvedale Corbett Sr Richard Middleton Sr Edward Leighton Sr William Williams Baronetts Sr Salathiell Lovell Knt William Pugh of Matharene John Kynaston Francis Herbert Edward Vaughan John Mathews Matthew Morgan Athalustan Owen Walter [Clayton (fn. 143) ] Lloyd Edwards Walter Devereux John Vaughan Thomas Rock Arthur Devereux Esquires Richard Mitton John Herlett Evan Glynn Gabriel Wynne Philip Eylston Daniel Whittingham Stedman Evan Jones of Llanlothian Thomas Mason Nathaniel Maurice Humphrey Kynaston Peirce Lloyd Arthur Weaver Edward Owens of Woodhouse Edward Price Thomas Lyster Meredith Morgan Esquires Rowland Owen Lumley Williams John Thomas Thomas Severne Price Clun John Read Thomas Jucks Richard Ingram Richard Owens of Glynn John Williams Humphrey Lloyd Humphrey Jones Adam Price Henry Biggs Samuel Atherton Arthur Deveraux junior George Deveraux Esquires Edward Nowell Ralph Kynaston Richard Price Richard Hughes Gilbert Jones John Griffith of Glanharen Richard Rock John Bright of John Thomas of Brompton Roger Trevor Richard Mathews Rolett Ingram Brocknell Griffith Brocknell Wynne William Lloyd of Finant Richard Price of Granler Thomas Griffiths Thomas Hodson Edward Morris John Vaughan of Myrod Hugh Davies John Davies of Colfryn Thomas Garlett William Evans of Llandirinio Morgan Edwards Richard Price of Penarth David Meredith of Lannotholan Richard Wilson Edward Evans Rich. Glynne Evan Bowen of Penryralt John Wilson [Edward (fn. 144) ] Price Randall Owen Richard Whittingham of the Farme William Peir William Davies John Lloyd of Domgay John Middleton of Churchstock Evan Jones John Payl of Kerry Lewis Williams of Robert Davies of Maes Mawz Mathew Mathews John Vaughan of Keel Hugh Davies of Disorth Thomas Jones of Clegweddror Richard Owen John Carreg Peter Griffiths George Higgins Richard Price of Bettens Thomas Biggs of Galey George Rolinson Edward Lloyd of Talgarth John Jones of Glanhanney Gentlemen John Moystin John Edwards Thomas Parrey Robert Tench Clerks John Higgins Rees Jones of Gwestyd John Price Gents Edward Price of Vanlohagon The Bayliffs of Montgomery The Bayliffes of Welch Poole The Mayor [of (fn. 145) ] Lanidlos The Bayliffes [of (fn. 145) ] Llanvelling

For the County of Pembrooke

The Sheriffe for the Time being Sr John Packington Sr John Philips Sr Thomas Stepney Sr Arthur Owen Sr George Barlow Baronets Philip Neve Esquire Serjeant at Law Marmaduke Gibbs Esquire Sr William Wogan Knight His Majesties Serjeant at Law Sr Richard Walter Knight Arthur Owen senior Essex Meyrick Wyrriot Owen John Barlow William Scourfield John Langharne of St Brides Walter Middleton Charles Owen John Lewis of Coedmore Lewis Wogan of [Weston (fn. 146) ] Lewis Wogan of Bolston William Wogan Morrice Bowen Charles Phillips George Lorte Thomas Lloyd of Grove John Lewis of Manernawen Henry Walter John Meyrick George Bowen of Llangwaire William Warren John Edwards George Owen of Colby George Meare William Allen William Wheeler George Lloyd Thomas Corbett John Phillips of Trelewhellen Warwick Lake Hugh Bowen of Johnston Hugh Lloyd of Foshellegg Julius Deeds Esquires William Davies of Lampiter Thomas Lloyd of Pempedwest Francis Meyrick James Phillips senior George Warren John Warren Robert Williams William Lewis of Llampiter Lewis Vaughan Vaughan Langharne Owen Ford John Child John Owen of Preskelly George Owen of Preskelly Roger Adams George Bowen Mathew Bowen Thomas Davies of Llanygorras Nicholas Holland Charles Jordan William Bowen of Leweston Thomas Bowen of Williamston Nicholas Morgan William Bateman of [Ersthooke (fn. 147) ] William Langharne John Symonds of Martell George Harries of Tregwint James Harries John Phillips of Ford John Fowler George Roach of Rickeston George Lucy Barret Bowen George Lewis of Hendre William Jones of Cremeine Daniel Poyer Phillip Rice of Moor John Picton John Tucker Thomas Langharne of Bangeston John Allen John Wogan William Halcombe John Roach Morris Morgan of Llanvihangell Gentlemen Roger Lloyd Clerk The Mayor of Pembroke for the Time being Francis Rogers Francis Daws John Courey Alexander Ford John Rixon Robert Loyd John Rogers Richard Bowling Aldermen Richard Evans Gents The Mayor of Tenby for the Time being James Lloyd Deveraux Hammond Arthur Russell Peter Barronett Peter Nicholas Henry Phelpe James [Phillip (fn. 148) ] Phillip Elliott William Hopkins Aldermen Humphrey Ray Robert Gething Gentlemen

For the County of Radnor

The Honourable Robert Harley Esquire Speaker of the House of Commons The Right Hono[ura]ble Thomas Lord Coningsby of the Kingdom of Ireland Sr Standish Hartstongue Bar' Sr Rowland Gwynne Sr Edward Williams Sr Lacon Child William Fowler John Walcott Edward Harley Edward Lewis of Monaughty Hugh Lewis Edward Price Thomas Lewis of Harpton Henry Cornwall Edward Howorth Littleton Powell Robert Cutler Marmaduke Gwynne Morgan Vaughan Richard Crowther Nicholas Taylor Henry Gorge John Jeffryes Lewis Lloyd William Brewster Richard Wadely Thomas Lewis of Nantgwilth John Walsham Phillips Probert Peter Rickards Charles Baldwin Thomas Harley Esquires Robert Lucy Evan Bowen Thomas Howorth Nicholas Meredith John Davies of Uronlace Thomas Bowen John Davies of Coidglasson Herbert Weston David Powell John Davies of [Llothrid (fn. 149) ] Evan Vaughan Coroner Esquire Thomas Davies of Comytoyther Adam Price Marmaduke Gwynn junior Nurse Lewis Thomas Holl Lemuell Lloyd Andrew Davies Walter Vaughan Nehemiah Kettleby Jonas Stephens William Taylor Thomas Tonman Lloyd Weston John Stephens Henry Bull Thomas Powell Edward Phillipps Griffith Pain Walter Price John Whitney Thomas Owens James Donn William Chamberlain Roger Russell John Clarke John Watkins of Aberdow Thomas Probert Thomas Griffiths of Lonney Walter Griffiths Henry Winter Hugh Evans Thomas Price Robert Williams Henry Vaughan John Price The [Bayliffes (fn. 150) ] of Radnor for the Time being Robert Price Esquire Recorder John Davies of Uronlace Hugh Stephens Hugh Lewis of Hendwell Herbert Weston Samuel Tonman Lloyd Weston Henry Bull Esquire Joseph Holl Griffith Pain David Powell John Stevens Jonas Stephens Philip Taylor John Powell David Morgan Charles Lewis Edward Fowler Thomas Holland Herbert Rickards John Rickards Samuel Selby Walter Whitney Vaughan Powell Prince Lewis Nathaniel Powel Hugh Gough John Davies Gentlemen

For the Towne and County of the Towne of Haverford-West

The Mayor Aldermen and [Sheriffs (fn. 151) ] for the Time being Sr John Phillips Sr Arthur Owen Baronets Sr William Wogan Knight His Majesties Serjeant at Law Phillip Neve Esquire Serjeant at Law Marmaduke Gibbs [Wryot (fn. 152) Owen John Langhorne of St Bridges William Wogan William Wheeler Esquires Thomas Bowen Town-Clerk Charles Davies Francis Edwards Richard Sparks Gentlemen

VI. Commissioners to meet on or before 17th Day of June 1701 to execute Act,; and afterwards in like manner, as often as it shall be necessary,; and to ascertain the several Proportions to be paid by every Hundred, &c.; and may divide themselves for the Execution of the Act.

Not to restrain them from acting in any other Part of the County.

And be it further enacted and declared That the severall Commissioners aforesaid shall meet together at the most usuall and common Place of Meeting within each of the said Counties Ridings Cities Boroughs Towns and Places respectively for which they are hereby appointed Commissioners on or before the Seventeenth Day of June One thousand seven hundred and one and shall meet afterwards in like Manner as often as it shall be necessary for the putting this Act in Execution And the said Commissioners or so many of them as shall be present at such Generall Meeting or Meetings or the major Part of them are hereby authorized and required to put this present Act in Execution and shall ascertain and set down in Writing the severall Proportions which ought to be charged upon every Hundred Lathe Wapentake Rape Ward or other Division respectively for and towards the raising and making up the whole Sum by this Act charged upon the whole County City or other Places for which they are hereby appointed Commissioners having Regard in proportioning the same to set down and ascertain Three Fourth Parts of the intire Sums which were assessed on the same Hundreds or Divisions respectively by vertue of the Act of Parliament made and passed in the Fourth Year of the Reign of His Majesty and our late most Gracious Sovereign Queen Mary of blessed Memory intituled An Act for granting to Their Majesties an Aid of Four Shillings in the Pound for One Year for carrying on a vigorous Warr against France And shall also if they see Cause subdivide and distribute themselves and the other Commissioners not then present into lesser Numbers so as Two or more of the said Commissioners may be appointed for the Service of each Hundred Lathe Wapentake Rape Ward or other Division and as may best conduce to the carrying on His Majesties Service hereby required Nevertheless not thereby to restrain the said Commissioners or any of them from acting as Commissioners in any other Part of the County or Place for which they are appointed

VII. Commissioners to set down Number to act in each Division; to cause Proportions charged to be equally assessed; and to require Inhabitants, &c. by Precepts to appear,; and to charge them with Execution of Act.;

Persons to whom Precepts directed absenting, &c. without Excuse.; Penalty £5; Commissioners to appoint Assessors,; and a Day and Place for Assessors to bring in Assessments.; Assessors to assess the full Sum given them in charge; and to bring, at Time prefixed, a Certificate of Assessment, and to return Names of Persons fit to be Collectors; for whose Payment to Receiver General Parish to be answerable.; Every Assessor, before he acts, to take the Oaths of Stat. 1 W. & M. Sess. 1. c. 8.

And for the more effectuall Performance thereof Be it enacted and declared That the Commissioners at such Generall Meeting or the major Part [of them (fn. 153) ] shall also agree and set down in Writing who and what Number of the said Commissioners shall act in each of the said Divisions or Hundreds and shall deliver true Copies of such Writings to the Reciever Generall to be appointed by His Majesty to the End there may be no Failure in any Part of the due Execution of the Service by this Act required And the Commissioners within the severall Hundreds Lathes Wapentakes Rapes Wards or other Divisions or any Two or more of them are hereby authorized and required to cause the severall Proportions charged on the respective Hundreds Lathes Wapentakes Rapes Wards or other Divisions for or towards the Aid hereby granted to be equally assessed and taxed within every such Hundred Lathe Wapentake Rape Ward or other Division and within every Parish and Place therein according to the best of their Judgments and Discretions and for that End and Purpose to direct their severall or joint Precept or Precepts to such Inhabitants High Constables Petty Constables Bailiffs or other Officers or Ministers and such Number of them as they in their Discretions shall think most convenient to be Presentors and Assessors requiring them to appear before the said Comissioners at such Time and Place not exceeding Six Days as they shall appoint And at such their Appearances the said Commissioners or such of them as shall be then present shall openly declare the Effect of their Charge to them and how and in what manner they should and ought to make their Assessments and how they ought to proceed in the Execution of this Act according to the true Meaning of the same And if any such Constable Petty Constable Bailiff Officer or Minister [or (fn. 154) ] other Inhabitants to whom any Precept shall be directed shall absent themselves without lawfull Excuse to be made out by the Oath of Two credible Witnesses which Oaths the said Commissioners or any Two of them are hereby impowered to administer or if any Person appearing shall refuse to serve then every such Person so making default or refusing to serve shall for every such Default or Refusall forfeit and lose to His Majesty such Sums as the Commissioners or so many as shall be present or the major Part of them being present shall think fit not exceeding the Sume of Five Pounds And after such Charge given as aforesaid the said Comissioners shall take care that Warrants be issued forth and directed to Two at least of the most able and sufficient Inhabitants of each Parish Township or Place within the respective Divisions thereby appointing and requiring them to be Assessors of all and every the Rates and Sums of Money by this Act imposed And shall therein also appoint and prefix a certain Day and Place for the said Assessors to appear before them and to bring in their Assessments in Writing Which said Assessors are hereby [strictly (fn. 153) ] enjoined and required with all Care and Diligence to assess the full Sum given them in charge respectively upon all ready Money Debts Personall Estates Offices Imployments Annuities and Pentions according to this Act and by an equall Pound Rate upon all Mannors Lands Tenements Rents Hereditaments and other the Premisses within the Limits Circuits and Bounds of the respective Parishes for which they shall be appointed Assessors as aforesaid And shall bring with them at the Time and Place so as aforesaid prefixed for their Appearance a Certificate in Writing of the said Assessment and shall then also return the Names of Two or more able and sufficient Persons living within the Limits and Bounds of those Parishes Townships Constablewicks or Places where they shall be chargeable respectively to be Collectors of the Moneys which shall be assessed as aforesaid and to be paid to His Majesty by this Act for whose paying in to the Reciever Generall or his Deputy in Manner hereafter mentioned such Moneys as they shall be charged withall the Parish or Place wherein they are so imployed shall be answerable And every Assessor appointed or to be appointed by vertue of this Act shall before he take upon him the Execution of the said Imployment take the Oaths mentioned and required to be taken by an Act made in the Parliament held in the First Year of the Reign of King William and Queen Mary entituled An Act for the abrogating the Oaths of Supremacy and Allegiance and appointing other Oaths which [Oaths (fn. 155) ] any Two or more of the said Commissioners in the County City or Place where the said Assessment is to be made have hereby Power and are required to administer

VIII. Assessors to deliver One Copy of Assessment to Commissioners; who are to sign and seal Duplicates,

One to be delivered to Collectors, others to Receiver General.; A like Schedule to be transmitted and certified into Exchequer, all Appeals being first determined. King's Remembrancer, or his Deputy, to give Receipts gratis for the said Duplicates, under Penalty of £10.

And for the compleating of the whole Sum charged as aforesaid and to the End the aforesaid Sums charged upon the severall and respective Counties Ridings Cities Boroughs Towns and Places may be duely collected and true Accounts thereof [made (fn. 155) ] the said Assessors are hereby required to deliver one Copy of their respective Assessments fairly written and subscribed by them unto the said Commissioners within the Time to be prefixed as aforesaid and the said Commissioners or any Two or more of them are hereby ordered and required to sign and seal Two Duplicates of the said Assessments and the One of them to deliver or cause to be delivered to Two or more honest and responsible Persons to be Collectors which the said Commissioners are hereby authorized to nominate and appoint for each Parish or Place with Warrant to the said Collectors to collect the same Assessment payable as aforesaid so as the said severall Sums may be paid to the Recievers Generall at the respective Times hereby limitted And the said Commissioners are hereby required to deliver or cause to be delivered a Schedule or Duplicate in Parchment under their Hands and Seals fairly written containing the whole Sum assessed upon each Parish or Place unto the Reciever Generall of each County Riding City Borough Town or Place respectively or his Deputy and shall transmitt or cause to be transmitted a like Schedule or Duplicate into the Kings Remembrancers Office of the Exchequer and this the said Commissioners shall cause to be done upon or before the Eighth Day of August One thousand seven hundred and one or within Twenty Days after (all Appeals to them [made (fn. 155) ] being first determined) for which Duplicates the Remembrancer or his Deputy shall give to the Person that brings the same a Receipt in Writing gratis under the Penalty of Ten Pounds to be recovered to the Kings Use as other Penalties are by this Act recoverable.

IX. Collectors to levy, &c. Rates of Parties, or at last Place of Abode,; and to pay to Receiver General as Commissioners shall appoint.

And be it enacted by the Authority aforesaid That the said Persons so appointed to be Collectors as aforesaid shall levy and collect all and every the Rates or Taxes so assessed and charged according to the Intent and Direction of this Act which said Collectors are hereby required to demand all and every Sum and Sums of Money which shall be so taxed and assessed of the Parties themselves as the same shall become due if they can be found or ( (fn. 156) ) at the Place of their last Abode or upon the Premisses charged with the Assessment and the said severall Collectors shall collect and levy the said Moneys so charged for His Majesties Use and are hereby [enjoyned and required (fn. 157) ] to pay unto the respective Recievers Generall or their Deputies all and every the said Rates and Assessments by them respectively collected or recieved at such Time or Times Place or Places as the Commissioners or any Two [or more (fn. 155) ] of them shall appoint and so as the whole Sum due for each Quarterly Payment shall be paid or answered by the Collectors to the Recievers Generall or their Deputies respectively upon the Days and at the Times by this Act appointed for the Payment thereof

X. Receivers General to give Notice of Receipt of his Deputies to the Commissioners.

Receiver General's Receipt a Discharge to Collectors; How far Collectors not obliged to travel.

And be it further enacted and declared by the Authority aforesaid That the Money recieved by the said Collectors within the respective Divisions or Hundreds as aforesaid shall from time to time be duely paid to the Reciever Generall or his Deputy or Deputies to be appointed under his Hand and Seal whereof Notice under the Hand and Seal of the Reciever Generall shall be given to the Commissioners or any Two or more of them within the respective Divisions or Hundreds within Ten Days after the next Generall Meeting and so from time to time within Ten Days after every Death or Removall of any Deputy (if any such shall happen) and the Receipt of such Reciever Generall his Deputy or Deputies or any of them (which Receipt or Acquittance shall be given gratis to the Collectors for all [the (fn. 158) ] Moneys by them paid) shall be a sufficient Discharge to every such Collector And the particular Collectors are hereby required to pay in all and every the Sums so recieved by them unto the said Recievers Generall or their Deputy or Deputies For [the (fn. 158) ] Payment whereof the said Collectors shall not be obliged to travell above Ten Miles from the Place or Places of their Habitations

XI. Time for First Quarterly Payment;

Second Quarterly Payment; Third Quarterly Payment; Fourth Quarterly Payment.

And be it further enacted by the Authority aforesaid That the Sum of Three hundred and seventy one thousand two hundred and thirty seven Pounds Four Shillings and Ten Pence for the First Quarterly Payment shall be collected levyed and paid unto the Recievers Generall of the said severall Counties Cities or other Places who shall be appointed by His Majesty on or before the [Four and twentieth (fn. 159) ] Day of June One thousand seven hundred and one And the Sum of Three hundred and seventy one thousand two hundred and thirty seven Pounds Four Shillings and Ten Pence for the Second Payment of the said Quarterly Payments on or before the Twenty ninth Day of September One thousand seven hundred and one And the Sum of Three hundred and seventy one thousand two hundred and thirty seven Pounds Four Shillings and Ten Pence for the Third of the said Quarterly Payments on or before the Twenty fifth Day of December One thousand seven hundred and one And the Sum of Three hundred and seventy one thousand two hundred and thirty seven Pounds Four Shillings and Nine Pence Three Farthings for the Fourth and last of the said Quarterly Payments on or before the Twenty fifth Day of March One thousand seven hundred and two

XII. Receipt of Receiver General Discharge to Commissioners.

Receivers General, within 20 Days after their Receipt, to pay into the Exchequer.; Allowance to Receiver General.

And be it further enacted by the Authority aforesaid That every Reciever Generall from time to time within the Space of One Month next after he shall have recieved the full Sume that shall be charged on any Hundred or Division for each particular Payment that is to be made to such Reciever Generall by vertue of this Act shall give to such Commissioners as shall act in such Hundred or Division a Receipt under his Hand and Seal acknowledging his Receipt of the full Sum charged upon such Hundred or Division for such particular Payments Which Receipt shall be a full Discharge for each Hundred or Division for such particular Payment against His Majesty His Heirs and Successors which said Recievers Generall are hereby required forthwith (that is to say) within Twenty Days after the Receipt of the same as aforesaid to transmitt or cause to be paid the Moneys by them recieved into the Receipt of His Majesties Exchequer and the Lords Commissioners of His Majesties Treasury or High Treasurer for the Time being are hereby authorized to allow the said Reciever Generall of each County Riding City and Town respectively a Salary for his Pains not exceeding Two Pence in the Pound for so much as he shall pay into the Exchequer upon the clearing of his Accounts

XIII. Collectors to have 3d. in the Pound.

Allowance to Commissioners Clerks for writing Assessments.

And be it further enacted and declared by the Authority aforesaid That the Collectors of the Rates and Assessments hereby granted for gathering the particular Sums charged upon the Parish or Place for which they shall be appointed Collectors by vertue of this [Act (fn. 160) ] shall upon Collection of the whole Sume appointed to be collected by them and Payment thereof as is hereby before appointed have and recieve for their Pains in collecting and paying the Moneys Three Pence in the Pound which the said Collectors are impowered to detain out of the last Payment of the Money of their severall and respective Quarterly Payments and the said Reciever Generall upon the Receipt of the whole Assessments of the County Riding City or Town for which he is appointed Reciever Generall in case he hath recieved the severall Duplicates of each Parish or Place therein and that Duplicates shall be returned to the Office of His Majesties Remembrancer of the Exchequer as aforesaid and not otherwise shall allow and pay according to such Warrant as shall be in that Behalfe given by the said Commissioners or any Two or more of them Three Half Pence in the Pound for the Commissioners Clerks for their Pains in fair Writing the Assessments Duplicates and Copies herein before directed

XIV. Persons neglecting, &c. to pay Rate,

Collectors to distrain,; and to keep the Distress Four Days at the Owner's Charge; then to be appraised and sold and Overplus returned.; Power to break open Houses, Chests, &c. in the Day-time, calling to Assistance Constables, &c; All Questions, &c. determined by Commissioners; Persons assessed not paying in Four Days, and where no sufficient Distress, Party (except Peer or Peeress) imprisoned in the Common Gaol without Bail; Tenants of Houses and Lands may pay the Rate and deduct out of Rent.; Landlords to allow such Deduction.

And be it further enacted and declared That if any Person shall refuse or neglect to pay any Sum of Money whereat he shall be rated and assessed by this Act upon Demand by the said Collectors of that Place according to the Precept or Estreats to him or them delivered by the said Commissioners that then and in every such Case it shall and may be lawfull to and for the said Collectors or any of them and they are hereby authorized and required to levy the Sume assessed by Distress and Sale of the Goods and Chattells of such Person so refusing or neglecting to pay or to distrain upon the Messuages Lands Tenements [or (fn. 161) ] Premisses so charged with any such Sum or Sums of Money and the Goods and Chattells then and there found and the Distress so taken to keep by the Space of Four Days at the Costs and Charges of the Owners and if the said Owners do not pay the Sum or Sums of Money so rated or assessed within the Space of the said Four Days then the said Distress to be appraised by Two or more of the Inhabitants where the same shall be taken or other sufficient Persons and to be sold by the Collectors for the Payment of the said Money and the Overplus [owing (fn. 162) ] by such Sale (if any be) over and above the Tax and Charges of taking and keeping of the said Distress to be immediately returned to the Owners thereof and moreover it shall be lawfull in the Day time to break open any House and upon Warrant under the Hands and Seals of any Two or more of the said Commissioners any Chest Trunk Box or other things where any such Goods are and to call to their Assistance the Constables Tythingmen or Headboroughs within the Counties Ridings Cities Towns and Places where any Refusall Neglect or Resistance shall be made which said Officers are hereby required to be aiding and assisting in the Premisses as they will answer the contrary at their Perils and if any Question or Difference happen upon taking such Distress the same shall be ended and determined by the said Commissioners or any Two or more of them And if any Person or Persons shall neglect or refuse to pay his or their Assessment by the Space of Four Days after Demand as aforesaid or convey any his or their Goods or other Personall Estate whereby the Sums of Money so assessed cannot be levyed according to this Act in every such Case any Two or more of the Commissioners to be appointed as aforesaid for any City County or Place are hereby authorized by Warrants under their Hands and Seals to committ such Person or Persons except a Peer or Peeress of this Realm to the Common Goal there to be kept without Bail or Mainprize untill Payment be made of the Money assessed and the Charges for the bringing in of the same [be paid (fn. 160) ] and no longer And the severall and respective Tenant and Tenants of all Houses Lands Tenements and Hereditaments which shall be rated by vertue of this Act are hereby required and authorized to pay such Sum and Sums of Money as shall be rated upon such Houses Lands Tenements and Hereditaments and to deduct out of the Rent so much of the said Rate as in respect of the said Rents of any such Houses Lands Tenements and Hereditaments the Landlord should or ought to pay and bear and the said Landlords both mediate and immediate according to their respective Interests are hereby required to allow such Deductions and Payments upon Receipt of the Residue of their Rents

XV. Tenant paying acquitted to Amount of Payment.

In case of Differences between Landlords and Tenants as to Rate, Commissioners may settle same.; Persons aggrieved by Over-rate may complain within Six Days after Demand, who may relieve.; Appeals once heard and determined to be final.; In case the Proportion on any County, &c. or Assessments on empty Houses, &c. be not duly answered as first laid, Commissioners to cause new Assessments to be made.

And it is enacted and declared That every Tenant paying the said Assessments shall be acquitted and discharged for so much Money as the Assessment shall amount unto as if the same had been actually paid unto such Person or Persons unto whom his Rent should have been due and payable And if any Difference shall arise between Landlord and Tenant or any other concerning the said Rates the said severall Commissioners or any Two or more of them in their severall Divisions shall and have hereby Power to settle the same as they shall think fitt And if any Person or Persons shall find him or themselves aggreived in that the Assessors have overrated him or them and in Six Days after Demand made of the Sum of Money assessed on him or them do by him or themselves or by his or their Stewards or Bailiffs complain to Three or more of the Commissioners (whereof Two of the Commissioners who signed or allowed his her or their Assessment to be of that Number) the said Commissioners or any Three or more of them shall have and have hereby Power within Ten Days after the Demand of the Assessment as aforesaid to relieve such Person or Persons and to charge the same on such other Person or Persons as they shall see Cause And Appeals once heard and determined to be finall without any further Appeal upon any Pretence whatsoever And in case the Proportions set by this Act upon all and every the respective Counties Ridings Cities Towns and Places shall not be fully assessed levyed and paid according to the true Meaning thereof or if any of the said Assessments shall be rated [or (fn. 163) ] imposed upon any Person not being of Ability to pay the same or upon any empty or void House or Land where the same cannot be collected or levyed or that through [any (fn. 164) ] Willfullness Negligence Mistake or Accident the said Assessment charged on each County Riding City Town or Place by vertue of this Act happen not to be paid to the Reciever Generall his Deputy or Deputies of the respective Counties as in this Act is directed that then in all and every such Case and Cases the [several & (fn. 164) ] respective Commissioners Assessors and Collectors aforesaid and every of them respectively are hereby authorized and required to assess or reassess or cause to be assessed or reassessed levied and paid all and every such Sum and Sums of Money upon the respective Divisions and Hundreds wherein such Deficiency shall happen or Parishes therein as to the said Commissioners or such Number of them as by this Act are authorized to cause the first Assessment hereby required to be made shall seem most agreeable to Equity and Justice the said new Assessment to be made collected and paid in such Manner and by such Means as in this Act for this Assessment is declared and directed

XVI. Assessors, &c. neglecting or refusing to do their Duty,

Commissioners may fine not exceeding £20.; Fines paid to Receiver General, &c.

And be it further enacted and declared by the Authority aforesaid That if any Person or Persons shall wilfully neglect or refuse to perform his or their Duty in the due and speedy Execution of this ( (fn. 165) ) Act the said respective Com[m]issioners or any Two or more of them have hereby Power to impose on such Person or Persons so refusing or neglecting his or their Duties such Fine or Fines as by them shall be thought fitt and to cause the same to be levied by Distress and Sale of his or their Goods Provided that no Fine to be imposed by [any of (fn. 164) ] the said Com[m]issioners shall for any Offence exceed the Sum of Twenty Pounds Which said Fine shall not be taken off or discharged but by the Consent of the Majority of the Commissioners who imposed the same And that all Fines to be imposed by vertue of this Act shall be paid to the respective Recievers Generall and by them to the Receipt of His Majesties Exchequer and shall be incerted in the Duplicates in Parchment fairly written to be transmitted to the Office of the Kings Remembrancer as aforesaid that the same may thereby be known and charged in his Account

XVII. Collectors not paying Money received by him, Imprisonment, and Real and Personal Estate liable.

Commissioners seizing Estate, to call a General Meeting of Commissioners, on Notice.; Proceedings.

And be it further enacted and declared That if any Collector that shall be by virtue of this Act appointed for the Receipt of any Sum or Sums of Money thereby to be assessed neglect or refuse to pay any Sum or Sums of Money which shall by them be recieved as aforesaid and to pay the same as in this Act is directed and shall detain in his or their Hands any Money recieved by them or any of them and not pay the same as by this Act is directed the Comissioners of each County Riding City or Town respectively or any Two or more of them in their respective Divisions are hereby authorized and impowred to imprison the Person and seize and secure the Estate both Reall and Personall of such Collector to him belonging or which shall descend or come into the Hands or Possession of his Heirs Executors or Administrators wherever the same can be discovered and found And the said Com[m]issioners who shall so seize and secure the Estate of any Collector or Collectors shall be and are hereby impowred to appoint a Time for the Generall Meeting of the Commissioners for such County Riding City Town and Place and there to cause publick Notice to be given of the Place where such Meeting shall be appointed Fifteen Days at least before such Generall Meeting And the Commissioners present at such Generall Meeting or the major Part of them in case the Monies detained by any Collector or Collectors be not paid and 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 [secured and seized (fn. 166) ] or any Part of them and to satisfie and pay into the Hands of the Reciever Generall or his Deputy for such County Riding or Place the Sum which shall be detained in the Hands of such Collector or Collectors their Heirs Executors and Administrators respectively

XVIII. Commissioners to call before them Collectors, and examine touching full Payments of Assessments,; and by the Receiver General paid into the Exchequer; and in case of Failure to levy.

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 Four Quarterly Assessments the severall and respective Commissioners or any Two or more of them within their Division or Hundred shall and are hereby required to call before them the Collectors within each respective Division or Hundred to examine and assure themselves of the full and whole Payment of the particular Sum and Sums of Money charged upon the same Division or Hundred and every Parish and Place therein and of the due Return of the same into the Hands of the Recievers Generall their Deputy or Deputies of the said County Riding City Town and Place respectively and by such Reciever Generall into the Receipt of His Majesties Exchequer to the end there may be no Failure in the Payment of any Part of the Assessments by vertue of this Act to be assessed and paid nor any Arrears remain chargeable upon any of the said Counties Ridings Cities Towns and Places respectively And in case of any Failure in the Premisses the said Commissioners or any Two or more of them are hereby authorized and required to cause the same to be forthwith levyed and paid according to the true Intent and Meaning of this Act

XIX. If Controversy concerning assessing Commissioners, Commissioners concerned to withdraw.

In Default, Commissioners present may fine not exceeding £20.

And it is hereby enacted and declared That in case any Controversie arise concerning the said Assessments or the dividing ( (fn. 167) ) apportioning or Payment thereof which concerns any the Co[m]missioners by this Act appointed That the Co[m]missioners so concerned [in the said Controversie (fn. 168) ] shall have no Voice but shall withdraw at the time of the Debate of any such Controversie until it be determined by the rest of the Comissioners And in default thereof that the Co[m]missioners then present shall have Power and are hereby required to impose such Fine or Fines as to them shall be thought fitt upon such Comissioners so refusing to withdraw not exceeding the Sum of Twenty Pounds and to cause the same to be levied and paid as other Fines to be imposed by vertue of this Act are to be levied and paid

XX.Privileged Places, &c. not to be exempt from Assessment.

Fee Farm and other Rents, Annuities, &c. liable.; Tenants to pay proportionably; Indemnified.

And be it further enacted and declared That no Priviledged Place or Person Body Politick or Corporate within the Counties Ridings Cities and Towns aforesaid shall be exempted from the said Assessments and Taxes And that they and every of them and also all Fee-farm Rents and all other Manner of Rents Payments Sum and Sums of Money or Annuities issuing out of or payable for any Lands shall be liable towards the Payment of every Sum by this Act to be taxed and levied And all the Tenants are hereby directed and authorized to pay them proportionably according to the Rates and Assessments by this Act appointed and directed And all such Tenants shall be hereby saved and kept harmless by the Authority of this Act from any further Payment of any such Proportion of any such Rent Rents Sums of Money or Annuities to any Person or Persons to whom any such Rent Rents Sums, of Money or Annuities as aforesaid should or ought to be paid to all Intents and Purposes whatsoever as fully and amply as if they had paid the same to any Person or Persons to whom the same is or are reserved or become due

XXI. Proviso for the Colleges or Halls, &c. in the Two Universities, in the Colleges of Windsor, Eton, Winton, and Westminster, and for Hospitals, &c. in respect of Sites of Colleges, &c. and for Christ's Hospital, &c.;

Provided that nothing in this Act contained shall extend to charge any Colledge or Hall in either of the Two Universities or the Colledges of Windsor Eaton Winton or Westminster or the Corporation of the Governours of the Charity for the Relief of the Poor Widows and Children of Clergymen or the Colledge of Bromley or any Hospitall for or in respect of the Sites of the said Colleges, Halls or Hospitalls or any of the Buildings within the Walls or Limitts of the said Colledges Halls or Hospitals or any Master Fellow Scholar or Exhibitioner of any Colledge or Hall or any Reader Officer or Minister of the said Universities Colledges or Halls or any Masters or Ushers of any Schools for or in respect of any Stipends Wages Profits or Exhibitions whatsoever arising or growing due to them in respect of the said severall Places and Imployments in the said Universities Colleges or Schools or to charge any of the Houses or Lands belonging to Christs Hospitall St. Bartholomew Bridewell St. Thomas and Bethlehem Hospital in the City of London and Borough of Southwark or any of them or the said Corporation of the Governours of the Charity for Relief of the Poor Widows and Children of Clergymen or the Colledge of Bromley or shall extend to charge any other Hospitall or Alms Houses for or in respect only of any Rents or Revenues payable to the said Hospitals or Alms Houses being to be recieved and disbursed for the immediate Use and Relief of the Poor in the said Hospitals and Alms Houses only

XXII. Tenants of Hospitals rated for what the Lands are worth above Rents reserved.

Provided That no Tenants that hold and enjoy any Lands or Houses by Lease or other Grant from the said Corporation or any of the said Hospitals or Alms Houses do claim or enjoy any Freedom Exemption or Advantage by this Act but that all the Houses and Lands which they [so (fn. 168) ] hold shall be rated and assessed for so much as they are Yearly Worth over and above the Rents reserved and payable to the said Corporation or to the said Hospitals or Alms Houses to be recieved and disburst for the immediate Support and Relief of the Poor in the said Hospitals and Alms Houses.

XXIII. Certain Tenants of Lands, &c. belonging to Colleges, &c. not discharged

Provided always That nothing contained in this Act shall be construed or taken to discharge any Tennant of any the Houses or Lands belonging to the said Colledges Halls Hospitals Alms Houses or Schools or any of them who by their Leases or other Contracts are and do stand obliged to pay and discharge all Rates Taxes and Impositions whatsoever but that they and every of them shall be rated and pay all such Rates Taxes and Impositions Any thing in this Act contained to the contrary notwithstanding

XXIV. Auditors, &c. of Rents due to His Majesty or Queen Dowager, &c. to allow as herein mentioned, without Fee.

Penalty £20; Auditors setting any person in super for sums which ought to be allowed, or refusing to give a Discharge, Penalty, £200, Dismission, and Incapacity.

And it is hereby further enacted That all and every Auditors Reeves Recievers and their Deputy and Deputies who audit or recieve any Fee Farms Rents or other Chief Rents due to His Majesty or the Queen Dowager or to any Person or Persons claiming by any Grant or Purchase from or under the Crown shall allow Three Shillings for every Pound of the said Rents and proportionably for any greater or lesser Summe to the Party or Parties paying the same without any Fee for such Allowance upon the Penalty of Twenty Pounds to the Parties grieved to be recovered as aforesaid And if any Auditor of the Revenues or any of them belonging to His Majesty or to Her Majesty. [Katharine the (fn. 168) ] Queen Dowager or any Deputy or other Person acting for or on the Behalf of any such Auditor shall in the Account of any Reeve Reciever or otherwise set insuper any Tennant or other Person or make any such Tennant or other Person or his or their Estate liable to any Distress Forfeiture or Vexation whatsoever for any Sum or Sums of of Money which by the true Intent and Meaning of this Act ought to be allowed after the said Rate of Three Shillings in the Pound or shall refuse neglect or delay to allow and finally discharge the same in the proper Accounts wherein the same ought to be allowed or discharged that then and for every or any such Offence every such Auditor or Deputy or Person acting for such Auditor shall forfeit the Sum of Two hundred Pounds to the Party grieved to be recovered as aforesaid and shall be also incapable to injoy his Office or Place or any other Office or Place of Trust or Profitt under His Majesty or the said Queen Dowager

XXV. Officers of the Exchequer, &c. to deliver Lists of Pensions, Salaries, &c. to the Assessors gratis.

On Non-payment of Tax, the same may be stopped out of Pensions, Salaries, &c.

And be it enacted That the Officers of the Receipt of His Majesties Exchequer and in other the Publick Offices upon Request to them made by the respective Assessors shall deliver to them gratis true Lists or Accounts of all Pensions Annuities Stipends or other Annual Payments and of all Fees Salaries and other Allowances payable at the said Receipt or in the said Publick Offices for the better Guidance of the said Assessors in the charging of the same And that in all Cases where any Pensions Annuities Stipends or other Annuall Payments or the Fees Salaries Wages or other Allowances or Profits charged by this Act shall be payable at the Receipt of Exchequer or by the Cofferer of His Majesties Houshold or out of any other Publick Office or by any His Majesties Recievers or Paymasters the Tax or Payment which in pursuance of this Act shall be charged for or in respect of such Pensions Annuities Stipends Fees Salaries Wages Allowances or Profits shall and may in case of Non Payment thereof be detained and stopt out of the same or out of any Moneys which shall be paid upon such Pension Annuity Stipend Fee Salary Wages Allowance or Profits or for Arrears thereof and be applyed to the Satisfaction of the Rates and Duties not otherwise paid as aforesaid

XXVI. Persons dwelling in one Parish, &c. and Goods in another, to be assessed where they dwell

Provided That where any Person inhabiting within the City of London or any other City or Town Corporate hath his Dwelling House in one of the Parishes or Wards therein and hath any Goods Wares or Merchandizes 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 Marchandizes in the Parish or Ward where he dwelleth and not elcewhere within the said City or Town Corporate

XXVII. No Clause in this Act to extend to lessen the Rate.

Provided nevertheless That no Clause or Proviso in this Act shall extend to the lessening or Abatement of the full Sum appointed by this Act to be taxed levied collected and paid but that the same be fully assessed taxed levied collected and paid in the severall and respective Counties Cities and Towns aforesaid in such manner and form and to such Uses as herein is before mentioned and declared

XXVIII. Proviso for Contracts between Landlords and Tenant as to Payment of Taxes.

Provided That nothing in this Act contained shall be construed to alter change determine or make void any Contracts Covenants or Agreements whatsoever between Landlord and Tenant or any other Person touching the Payment of Taxes and Assessments Any thing herein before contained to the contrary notwithstanding

XXIX. Places used to be assessed to pay as heretofore.

Provided always and be it further enacted and declared by the Authority aforesaid That for avoiding all Obstructions and Delays in assessing and collecting the Sums by this Act to be rated and assessed all Places Constablewicks Divisions and Alotments which have been used to be taxed and assessed shall pay and be assessed in such County Hundred Rape Wapentake Constablewick Division Place and Alotment as the same have heretofore been usually assessed in and not elcewhere

XXX. West Barnfield, Northmore, Charlbury, Faller, Finstock, Leeds, and Forest of Chute, where to be assessed.

Provided neverthelesse That the Hundred of West Barnfield formerly rated and assessed in the Lathe of Alesford in the County of Kent may for the future if the Commissioners think fitt be rated and assessed in the Lathe of Stray in the County aforesaid as likewise may the Tything of Northmore in the County of Oxon be assessed in the Hundred [of (fn. 169) ] Bampton in the said County and the Tythings of Charlbury Fallar and Finstock in the Hundred of Chadlington in the said County as also the whole Town and Parish of Leeds in the County of York in the Hundred of Skyrack in the said County and the Forrest of Chute shall be assessed and pay where the same was assessed for the First Aid of Four Shillings in the Pound granted to His Majesty

XXXI. If Action for executing Act, General Issue. Treble Costs.

And be it further enacted by the Authority aforesaid That if any Action Plaint Suit or Information shall be comenced or prosecuted against any Person or Persons for what he or they shall do in pursuance or [in (fn. 169) ] Execution of this Act such Person or Persons so sued in any Court whatsoever shall and may plead the Generall Issue (Not Guilty) and upon any Issue joined may give this Act and the special Matter in Evidence And if the Plaintiff or Prosecutor shall become nonsuit or forbear further Prosecution or suffer a Discontinuance or if a Verdict passe against him the Defendants shall recover Treble Costs for which they shall have the like Remedy as in any Case where Costs by the Law are given to Defendants

XXXII. Where Lands, &c. unoccupied, and no Distress found, Distress may be afterwards made by the Collectors, &c.

Proceedings when Distress not redeemed.

Provided always and be it further enacted That in case any Lands or Houses in any Parish Place or Constablewick shall be unoccupied and no Distress can be found on the same by reason whereof the said Parish Place and Constablewick are forced to pay and make good the Tax assessed upon such Land lying unoccupied that then it shall and may be lawfull at any Time after for the Collectors Constable or Tythingman of the said Parish Place or Constablewick for the Time being to enter and distrain upon the said Land or Houses when there shall be any Distresse thereupon to be found and the Distress and Distresses if not redeemed within Four Days by Payment of the Tax and Charge of [the (fn. 170) ] Distresse to sell rendring the Overplus to the Owner or Owners of such Distress And the said Collector Constable or Tythingman is hereby injoined to distribute the Money raised, by the said Distress and Sale proportionably to the Parties who contributed to the Tax of the unoccupied Lands and Houses

XXXIII. Where Lands, &c. unoccupied, and no Distress found, Wood may be cut and sold; Timber Trees excepted.

Buyers may cut and carry away.

Provided always and be it [further (fn. 171) ] enacted That where any Woodlands shall be assessed and no Distress can be had that in such Case it shall and may be lawful to and for any Collector Constable Headborough or Tythingman by Warrant under the Hands and Seals of Three or more of the Commissioners of that Hundred or Division at seasonable Times of the Year to cut and sell to any Person or Persons so much of the Wood growing in the Woodlands so assessed (Timber Trees excepted) as will pay the Assessment or Assessments so behind and unpaid and the Charge incident thereunto And that it shall and may be lawful for the Person or Persons and his and their Assigns to whom such Wood shall be sold to fell cut down dispose and carry away the same to his own Use rendring the Overplus if any be to the Owner Any Law to the contrary notwithstanding

XXXIV. Where Rate on Tithes, &c. not paid, Officers may seize, &c

Provided always and be it further enacted That where any Tax or Assessment shall be charged or laid upon any Tythes Tolls Profits of Markets Fairs or Fishery or other Annual Profits not distrainable in case the same shall not be paid within Fifteen Days after such Assessment so charged or laid and demanded that it shall and may be lawful to and for the Collector Constable or other Officer thereunto appointed by Warrant under the Hands and Seals of any Three or more of the Commissioners authorized by this Act to seize take and sell so much of the said Tythes Tolls and other Profits so charged as shall be sufficient for the levying of the said Tax or Assessment and all Charges occasioned by such Nonpayment thereof rendring the Overplus to the Owner (if any be)

XXXV. Receiver General certifying Monies to be due where the same have been paid,

Penalty to Party; Penalty to the King.

And for the better preventing such unjust Vexations as might be occasioned by such Persons as shall be appointed Recievers Generall of any the Sums of Money granted by this Act and to the Intent that the said Recievers Generall may return a true Account into His Majesties Court of Exchequer of any Sums of Money as shall be received by them and every of them their and every of their Deputy and Deputies Be it further enacted by the Authority aforesaid That if any Reciever General shall return or certify into the said Court any Sum or Sums of Money to be in Arrear and unpaid after the same have been recieved either by such Reciever General or his Deputy or Deputies or any of them or shall cause any Person or Persons or Places to be set insuper in the said Court for any Sum or Sums of Money that hath been so recieved that then every such Reciever General shall forfeit to every Person or Persons that shall be molested vexed or damaged by reason of such unjust Certificate Return or Setting insuper Treble Damages to be recovered by Action of Debt Bill Plaint or Information in which no Essoign Protection or Wager of Law shall be allowed nor any more than one Imparlance and shall also forfeit to His Majesty His Heirs and Successors Double the Sum that shall be so unjustly certified or returned or caused to be set insuper

XXXVI. Commissioners, within their Division, to rate each other for their Personal Estates and Offices.

Commissioners to assess the Assessors.

And be it further enacted by the Authority aforesaid That the Commissioners that shall be within any County City or Place within the respective Limits or the major Part of them shall tax and assess every other Commissioner joined with them for or in respect of their Ready Money Debts and Personal Estate as also for and in respect of the Offices and Imployments of Profit that shall then be held and enjoyed by such Comissioner so as the Residence and usual Dwelling Place of such Commissioner so to be taxed be within the Division of such Commissioners by whom he is taxed and so as the Office or Employment held or injoyed by such Co[m]missioners so to be taxed be likewise exercised within the Division or Limits of such Commissioners by whom he is to be taxed And the Commissioners within their Divisions shall [also (fn. 171) ] assess every Assessor within their Division for all and singular the Matters and Things for which [by (fn. 171) ] this Act he ought to be rated and assessed And as well all Sums assessed upon every the said Commissioners and Assessors as the [said (fn. 170) ] Assessments made and set by the Assessors aforesaid shall be written estreated levied and gathered as the same should and ought to have been if such Commissioners had not been named Commissioners

XXXVII. Inhabitants in Cities, &c. not compellable to be Assessors out of Limits.

Provided also That no Person inhabiting in any City Borough or Town Corporate shall be compelled to be any Assessor or Collector of or for any Part of the Rates and Assessments hereby granted in any Place or Places out of the Limits of the said City Borough or Town Corporate

XXXVIII. Landlords to pay on Houses where Foreign Ministers reside.

Provided always and be it enacted That every Rate Tax or Assessment which shall be made or imposed by vertue of this Act in respect of any House or Tenement which an Ambassadour Resident Agent or other publick Minister of any Foreign Prince or State now doth or hereafter shall inhabit or occupy shall be paid by the Landlord or Owner of the said Houses or Tenements respectively

XXXIX. Proviso respecting Nomination of Assessors and Collectors in Extraparochial and Privileged Places.

And be it further enacted by the Authority aforesaid That in all priviledged and other Places being Extraparochial or not within the Constablewicks or Precincts of the respective Assessors to be appointed by vertue of this Act (although in any Monthly or other Tax they have not been rated heretofore) the said Commissioners or any Two or more of them shall and are hereby required to nominate and appoint Two fit Persons living in and near the said priviledged [or other (fn. 171) ] Places as aforesaid to be Assessors for the said Places and to make and return the said Assessments in like manner as by this Act is appointed in any Parish Tything or Place and also to appoint One or more Collectors who are hereby required to collect and pay the same in the manner appointed by this Act for collecting and paying all Sums of Money chargeable by this Act

XL. Commissioners not liable to penalties in Stat. 25 Car. II. c.2.

Provided always and be it further enacted by the Authority aforesaid That no Commissioner or Commissioners who shall be imployed in the Execution of this Act shall be liable for or by reason of such Execution to any of the Penalties mentioned in an Act made in the Five and twentieth Year of ( (fn. 172) ) King Charles the Second for preventing Dangers which may happen from Popish Recusants

XLI. Commissioner to take the Oaths of Stat. 1 W. & M. Sess. 1. c. 8.; which Commissioners may administer.

Provided always and be it enacted That no Person shall be capable of acting as a Commissioner in the Execution of this Act or executing any of the Powers therein contained (unless it be the Power hereby given of administring Oaths) until such Time as he shall have taken the Oaths appointed by an Act of Parliament made in the First Year of the Reign of King William and Queen Mary intituled An Act for the abrogating the Oaths of Supremacy and Allegiance and appointing other Oaths which Oaths it shall and may be lawful for any Two or more Commissioners to administer and they are hereby required to administer the same to any other Commissioners

XLII. Commissioner acting without taking Oaths, Penalty £200.

Provided always and be it enacted That if any person hereby appointed a Commissioner shall presume to act as a Commissioner in the Execution of this Act before he shall have taken the Oaths which by this Act he is required to take and in the manner hereby prescribed he shall forfeit to His Majesty the Sum of Two hundred Pounds

XLIII. Persons in Office rated where such Office is executed.

Provided also That every Person rated or assessed for his Office or Imployment shall be rated and pay for his Office or Imployment in the County City or Place where the same shall be exercised

XLIV. Chancery Officers within the Liberty of the Rolls, to be there assessed.

Other Persons, in respect of Personal Estates to be rated where resident.; Persons, not Householders, &c. where to be rated; Absentees.

Provided always That the Right Honourable the Master of the Rolls the Masters in Chancery Six Clerks Clerks of the Petit Bagg Examiners Registers Clerks of the Inrollments Clerks of the Affidavit and Sub pena Offices and all other the Officers of the Court of Chancery that execute their Offices within the Liberty of the Rolls shall be there assessed for their respective Offices and not elcewhere And every Person who is or shall be rated for or in respect of any Personal Estate to him any way belonging shall be rated at such Place where he or she shall be resident at the Time of the Execution of this Act And all Persons not being Housholders nor having a certain Place of Residence shall be taxed at the Place where they shall be resident at the Execution of this Act And if any Person who ought to be taxed by vertue of this Act for or in respect of his Personal Estate shall at the Time of this Assessment be out of the Realm such Person shall be rated therefore in such County City or Place where he was last abiding within this Realm

XLV. Proviso as to Persons having Goods, &c. in County, other than where resident.

Persons having Lands, &c. where to be rated.

Provided That where any Person shall have any Goods Wares or Merchandizes in any County or Counties other than the County where he shall be resident or had his last Residence it shall be lawfull to rate and assess such Person for such Goods Wares or Merchandizes in the County or Counties where the same shall be And that all Annuities and Pensions shall be rated and taxed in the Parishes or Places where they are payable And every Person who shall be rated or assessed for or in respect of any Mannors Messuages Lands or Tenements or other the Premisses according to this Act shall be rated and assessed in the Places where such Mannors Messuages Lands and Tenements or other the Premisses respectively do lye and not elcewhere

XLVI. Persons having several Mansion Houses, doubly charged in respect of Personal Estate, relieved, on Certificate of Commissioners, granted without Fee; and on Oath before Justices of Peace.

Provided always That if any Person or Persons by reason of his her or their having several Mansion Houses or Places of Residence or otherwise shall be doubly charged for any Personal Estate by occasion of this Act then upon Certificate made by any Two or more of the Commissioners for the County Riding City or Place of his her or their last Personal Residence under their Hands and Seals of the Sum or Sums charged upon him her or them (which Certificate the said Commissioners are required to give without Delay Fee or Reward) and upon Oath made of such Certificate before any one Justice of the Peace of the County or Place where the said Certificate shall be made (which Oath the said Justice of the Peace is hereby authorized and required to administer) then the Person or Persons so doubly charged shall for so much as shall be so certifyed be discharged in every other County City or Place

XLVII. Proviso for Scotland, Ireland, Jersey or Guernsey.

Persons escaping from Taxation charged at Treble Value.

Provided also That this Act shall not extend to the Inhabitants of Scotland Ireland Jersey or Guernsey for assessing any such Personal Estate which they or any to their Use have within the said Kingdoms and Islands And if any Person, that ought to be taxed by vertue of Act for or in respect of his Personal Estate shall by changing his Place of Residence or by any other Fraud or Covin escape from the Taxation and not be taxed and the same be proved before the Commissioners or any Two of them or before any One or more Justice or Justices of the Peace of the County where such Person dwelleth or resideth at any Time within One Year next after such Tax made every Person that shall so escape from the Taxation and Payment shall be charged (upon Proof thereof) at the treble Value of so much as he should or ought to have been charged at by this Act the, said treble Value upon Certificate thereof made into the Exchequer by the Commissioners Justice or Justices (before whom such Proof shall be made) to be levied of the Goods Lands and Tenements of such Persons

XLVIII. Householder to give Account of Lodgers to Assessors.

Penalty. £5.

And for the better Discovery of Personal Estates intended to be charged by this Act Be it further enacted by the Authority aforesaid That every Housholder shall upon Demand of [the (fn. 174) ] Assessors of the respective Parishes or Places give an Account of the Names and Qualities of such Persons as shall sojourn or lodge in their respective Houses under the Penalty of forfeiting to His Majesty the Sum of Five Pounds to be levied and recovered in such Manner as any other Penaltys in this Act mentioned shall and may be levied and recovered

XLIX. Shares in the New River, Thames, Marybone, or Hampstead Waters,; Offices of Insurance from Fire, Convex or other Lights,; Interest in the King's Printing House.

Companies of Merchants in London, how and by whom assessed; and by whom and to whom the Rates in such Cases paid.

And be it further enacted by the Authority aforesaid That all and every Person and Persons having any Share or Shares or Interests in any fresh Stream or running Water brought to the North Parts of London commonly called the New River or in the Thames Waterworks or in Marybone or Hampsted Waters or any Rents or Profits arising thereby And all and every Person and Persons having any Share or Interest [in any Office (fn. 174) ] or Stock; for insuring of Houses in Cases of Fire or in the Convex or other Lights or in the Stock or Stocks for [the (fn. 174) ] printing of Books in or belonging to the House commonly called the Kings Printing House shall pay for the same the Sum of Three Shillings for every Twenty Shillings of the full yearly Value thereof And they and all Companies of Marchants in London and all Salaries and Pentions arising and payable at the General Post Office charged by this Act shall be assessed by the Commissioners nominated and appointed for the said City or any Two or more of them for their respective Shares and Interests aforesaid and the aforesaid Joint Stock or Stocks and for such Salaries and Pensions and the same shall be paid by the Governors and respective Treasurers or Recievers of the said River Waters and Waterworks and of the said Offices and Stocks respectively and be deducted at and out of their next Dividends

L. Papist of 16 Years of Age, not having taken the Oaths, to pay double. Stat. 1 W. & M.; C.8. § 12.

And be it further enacted by the Authority aforesaid That every Papist or reputed Papist being of the Age of Sixteen Years and upwards who shall not have taken the Oaths mentioned and required to be taken by an Act made in the First Year of the Reign of King William and Queen Mary intituled An Act for the abrogating the Oaths of Supremacy and Allegiance and appointing other Oaths shall yield and pay unto His Majesty double the Sums and Rates which by [force and (fn. 174) ] vertue of any Clause in this Act before mentioned and contained he or she should or ought to pay or be charged with to be assessed levied collected answered and paid in such Manner by such Ways and Means and according to such Rules and Directions and under such Penalties and Forfeitures as are before in this Act expressed or appointed for and concerning the above mentioned Rates and Sums

LI. Proviso where within Ten Days after First Meeting of Commissioners he shall take the Oaths.

Provided neverthelesse That if any such Papist or reputed Papist within Ten Days after the First Meeting of the said Commissioners in the respective Counties or Places where he or she ought to be taxed or assessed according to the Intent of this ( (fn. 175) ) Act shall take the said Oaths before Two or more of the said Commissioners (which Oaths the said Two or more Commissioners are impowred to administred) in that Case he or she shall not be liable to be doubly assessed as aforesaid

LII. Persons of 16 and upwards, who shall not have taken the Oaths before Execution of Act, and being sum moned, shall refuse to take them, or neglect to appear before Commissioners, to pay double.

And be it further enacted by the Authority aforesaid That every Person being of the Age of Sixteen Years and upwards and being within this Realm at the Time of the Execution of this Act who shall not before that Time have taken the Oaths mentioned and required to be taken by the said last mentioned Act and upon Summons by Warrant under the Hands and Seals of any Two or more of the said Commissioners shall refuse to take the said Oaths at the Time appointed in the said Warrant or shall neglect to appear at such Time before the Commissioners in order to take the said Oaths (which the said Commissioners or any Two or more of them are hereby impowred and required to administer) shall yield and pay unto His Majesty double the Sums and Rates which by force and vertue of any Clause in this Act before mentioned or contained he or she should or ought to pay or be charged with in Manner as is before in this present Act appointed touching Papists or reputed Papists.

LIII. Gentlemen who by Stat. 3 W. & M. c.6. paid double, or have been returned into Exchequer for Non-payment, not appearing before the Commissioners to take the Oaths, to pay double.

And be it further enacted by the Authority aforesaid That every Gentleman or so reputed or owning or writing himself such or being above that Quality who by vertue of an Act made in the Third Year of the Reign of His Majesty and the said late Queen Mary intituled An Act for raising Money by a Poll payable Quarterly for One Year for carrying on a vigorous Warr against France did pay or ought to have paid double the Sums charged by this Act or were or ought to have been returned into the Exchequer for Nonpayment thereof who shall not voluntarily appear before the said Commissioners or any Two or more of them within Ten Days after the First Meeting of the said Commissioners in the respective Place or Places where he ought to be taxed or assessed and take the said Oaths appointed by the said Act made in the First Year of the Reign of His Majesty and the late Queen (which Oaths the said Commissioners or any Two or more of them are hereby impowred and required to administer and to make an Entry or Memorandum thereof in some Book to be kept for that Purpose) such Person shall be charged with and pay double the Sums which by force and vertue of this Act he should or ought to have paid The said double Rates to be assessed levied collected and paid in such Manner by such Ways and Means and according to such Rules and Directions and under such Penalties and Forfeitures as are before in this Act expressed or appointed for and concerning the above mentioned Rates and Sums which are hereby intended to be levied as aforesaid

LIV. Commissioners to summon Persons to appear and take the Oaths.

And be it further enacted That any Two or more of the Commissioners appointed by this Act upon Information given or upon any Cause of Suspicion in that behalf shall and are hereby required and impowred to cause every Person suspected or against whom such Information shall be given to be summoned to appear and to take the said Oaths as aforesaid.

LV. Proviso for Quakers to subscribe the Declaration of Fidelity. Stat. I W. & M. Sess. I. c. 18

Provided nevertheless That whereas certain Persons Dissenters from the Church of England commonly called Quakers and now known to be such do scruple the taking of an Oath it shall be sufficient for any such Person to make and subscribe the Declaration of Fidelity contained in an Act made in the Parliament held in the First Year of Their said Majesties Reign intituled An Act for exempting Their Majesties Protestant Subjects dissenting from the Church of England from the Penalties of certain Laws which Declaration any Two or more of the Commissioners appointed for executing this Act are hereby impowered and required to take And every Person so doing shall not be liable to or chargeable with any of the double Rates aforesaid

LVI. Commissioners to cause the double Assessments to be made for not taking the Oaths, if the Assessors omit the same.

And be it further enacted by the Authority aforesaid That in all Cases where any Assessor or Assessors who by this Act are required to make a Double Assessment upon [any (fn. 176) ] Papists or reputed Papists or other Persons for not taking the Oaths aforesaid shall neglect to do his or their Duty therein the respective Commissioners of the County Riding or Hundred Division or Place where such double Assessment ought to have been made or any Two or more of them shall take Care and are hereby authorized and required to cause such Papist or other Person to be doubly charged according to the true Intent and Meaning of this Act

LVII. Where Owners of Lands, &c. are liable to be doubly charged for not taking the Oaths, Tenants discharged.

Provided always and be it enacted That where the Owners of any Lands Tenements and Hereditaments are liable to be doubly charged as Papists or reputed Papists or otherwise by reason of their not having taken the Oaths according to the Intent of this Act in every such Case such Owners shall only be charged with and shall pay the said double Rates and the respective Tennants of such Lands Tenements and Hereditaments are hereby discharged of and from the same Any Covenant for Payment of Taxes or other Agreement to the contrary notwithstanding

LVIII. Proviso respecting King's Bench Prison, &c. and the Marshalsea.

Provided always That the Prison of the Kings Bench Prison House Lands Gardens and the Common Side and all the Rents Profits and Perquisites of the Office of the Marshal of the said Kings Bench lying and being in the Parish of St George the Martyr in the Borough of Southwark in the County of Surrey and also the Prison House Lands and Gardens of the Prison of the Marshall of the Marshalsea Prison and all Offices Perquisites and Profits of the Marshalsea Court and Prison lying and being also in the said Parish of Saint George in the Borough of Southwark and County of Surrey shall be charged and assessed to the Assessment in the said Parish of Saint George and Borough of Southwarke and not elcewhere Any thing to the contrary in any wise notwithstanding

LIX. Southwark Water works by whom rated and assessed.

Provided alwaies and be it enacted by the Authority aforesaid That all the Water-works in the Borough of Southwark shall be rated and assessed by the Comissioners [or (fn. 177) ] Assessors of the County of Surrey and not by the Commissioners or Assessors of the Citty of London Any thing herein conteined to the contrary notwithstanding

LX. The like as to Westminster Waterworks.

Persons concerned in Execution of Act, to use Diligence.

Provided alwaies and be it enacted That the Waterworks in the Citty or Liberty of Westminster shall be rated and assessed by the Commissioners and Assessors of the said Citty and Liberty and not by the Commissioners or Assessors of the Citty of London Any thing herein conteined to the contrary notwithstanding And all Commissioners Collectors Head Collectors and Receivors are hereby required and enjoyned to apply themselves with all Diligence to the most speedy and effectuall Execution of their severall and respective Dutyes and to use their utmost Endeavours that all Persons and Estates and other things herein charged may fully and duly pay the Rates and Assessements according to the Direction of this Act and so as His Majesties Service herein may not be delayed or hundred through any of their wilfull Neglect or Default

LXI. No Person liable to Pound Rate whose Lands are under 20s. Yearly.

Provided That no Person shall be charged with or liable to the Pound Rate imposed by this Act upon Lands Tenements or Hereditaments whose Lands Tenements or Hereditaments are not of the Yearly Value of Twenty Shillings in the whole.

LXII. Collectors of Parishes, &c. keeping Monies collected in their Hands unduly, or unduly paying away the same, Penalty.

Receiver General, or his Deputy, unduly paying Monies received under this Act; Penalty £500.

And be it further enacted That if any Collector of any Parish or Place shall keep in his Hands any Part of the Money by him collected for any longer Time than is by this Act directed (other than the Allowance made unto him by this Act) or shall pay any Part thereof to any Person or Persons other than to the Receivor Generall of such County or Place or his respective Deputy that every such Collector shall forfeit for every such Offence( (fn. 178) ) the Summe of Twenty Pounds And in case any Receivor Generall or his Deputy shall pay any Part of the Moneys paid to him or them by any Collector by virtue of this Act to any Person or Persons whatsoever other than the Receipt of His Majesties [Exchequer (fn. 179) ] and at or within the respective Times limitted by this Act or in case such Receivor Generall or his Deputy shall pay any Part of the said Money by any Warrant of the Commissioners of the Treasury Lord Treasurer Under Treasurer or Comissioners of the Treasury for the Time being or upon any Talley of Pro or Talley of Anticipation or other Way or Device whatsoever whereby to divert or hinder the actuall Payment thereof into the Receipt of Exchequer as aforesaid that then such Receivor Generall shall for every such Offence of himselfe or his Deputy forfeit the Summe of Five hundred Pounds to him or them that shall sue for the same in any Court of Record by Bill Plaint or Information wherein no Essoign Protection or Wager of Law is to be allowed

LXIII. Treasury not to direct any Warrant to Collectors or Receiver General for Payment of Monies otherwise than as herein mentioned, & c.

And it is hereby further enacted That the Commissioners of the Treasury or Lord Treasurer Under Treasurer or Commissioners of the Treasury for the Time being or any of them do not direct any Warrant to any of the [Collectors (fn. 179) ] or Receivors Generall or their Deputyes for the Payment of any Part of the Moneys hereby given to any Person or Persons other then into the Receipt of Exchequer as aforesaid nor shall they or any of them direct any Warrant to the Officers of the Exchequer for strikeing of any Talley of Pro or Talley of Anticipac[i]on nor do any other Matter or Thing whereby to divert the actuall Paiment of the said Moneys into the Receipt of Exchequer nor shall the Officers of the Exchequer strike or direct or record the strikeing of any Talley of Pro or Talley of Anticipation upon any of the said Moneys upon any Account or Warrant whatsoever nor shall any Teller throw down any Bill whereby to charge himselfe with any of the said Money untill he shall actually have received the same

LXIV. No Stay of Prosecution in Actions for Penalties, &c.

Provided alsoe and be it enacted That no stay of Prosecution upon any Comand Warrant Motion or Order or Direction by Non vult ulterius prosequi shall be had made admitted received or allowed by any Court whatsoever in any Suit or Proceeding by Action of Debt Bill Plaint or Information or otherwise for the Recovery of all or any the Pains Penalties or Forfeitures upon any Person or Persons by this Act inflicted or therein menc[i]oned or for or in Order to the Conviction or Disability of any Persons offending against this Act

LXV. Commissioners empowered to abate, on Proof that Lands are overcharged above 3s. in the Pound; and the Money abated to be reassessed, as they shall judge most equal.

Provided alwaies That if any Person or Persons who shall be charged or assessed by this Act to or with a Pound Rate upon his or their Mannors Lands Tenements Hereditaments or other the Premisses shall upon Complaint made to the Comissioners in such Manner and within such Time as are herein directed in Cases of Appeale make it appear to the said Comissioners or any Three or more of them by Proofe upon Oath that such Assessement doth exceed Three Shillings for every Twenty Shillings of the full Yearly Value in such Case upon every such Proof and due Examination thereof the said Comissioners are hereby impowered to abate and lessen the said Assessements so much as the same shall exceed Three Shillings for every Twenty Shillings of the true Yearly Value and noe more And shall cause the Money so abated to be reassessed surcharged and levied in such Manner as they or any Three or more of them in their Judgements and Discretions shall judge most equall just and reasonable within the whole Hundred Lathe Wapentake or other Division where such Overcharge or Charges do happen altho the Pound Rate of Three Shillings in the Pound be thereby exceeded or if any particular Part or Parts of the same or any Person therein shall appeare to them to be undercharged then the Moneys so abated shall and may be raised upon such particular Part or Person so undercharged so that the whole Su[m]me payable to His Majestie for such Hundred Lathe Wapentake or other Division shall be fully and duly answered and paid without being diminished by reason of any such particuler Abatement Any thing herein conteined to the contrary notwithstanding

LXVI. Receiver General answerable for his Deputies; and to appoint so many of them, that the Sub-collector be not forced to travel above Ten Miles to pay the Money he collects.

Penalty £100.

And be it further enacted by the Authority aforesaid That the Receivor Generall of each County shall nominate constitute and appoint fitt and proper Persons [for whome he shall be answearable (fn. 180) ] to be his Deputye or Deputyes to receive from the said Subcollecters all and every the Rates Duties and Assessements by them respectively collected or received And the said Receivors Generall are hereby required to nominate and appoint so many of such Deputies in their respective Countyes that no Subcollector may be forced to travell above the Space of Ten Miles from the usuall Place of his Abode for the Payment of the said Moneys that shall be by him collected or recieved And if any Reciever General shall neglect or refuse to nominate and appoint such Deputyes in Manner aforesaid or shall wilfully neglect to attend by himselfe or Deputie at the Time and Place by him appointed for his respective Receipts such Receivor Generall shall for every such Offence forfeit the Sume of One hundred Pounds the one Moyety to His Majestie His Heirs and Successors and the other Moiety to him or them that shall sue for the same by Action of Debt Bill Plaint or Informac[i]on in any of His Majesties Courts of Record at Westminster in which Action or Suit no Essoign Protection Privilidge or Wager of Law shall be allowed

LXVII. When not Commissioners enough for City, &c. Commissioners for County or adjoining County may act.

Provided nevertheles That in case there shall not be a sufficient Number of Comissioners for any Citty Borough Towne Cinque-Port or Place (for which by this Act Commissioners are particularly appointed) capable of acting according to the Qualificaions required by this Act for putting this Act in Execucion that in every such Case any the Commissioners appointed for the County at large within which such Borough [Town Cinque Port or Place (fn. 180) ] doth stand or which is next adjoyneing thereto may act as Comissioners in the Execucion of this Act within such Citty Burrough Towne Cinque-Port or Place

LXVIII. Members of Parliament to be assessed for their Personal Estates where their Mansion Houses or other Places of Abode usually are out of Parliament.

And whereas severall Members of Parliament who by reason of their Attendance in Parliament have by the Assessors of London Westminster and Middlesex and the Suburbs of the same been taxed for their Personall Estates and to the Paiment of the Poll Money and have been put to unreasonable Vexation and Charge Be it further enacted by the Authority aforesaid That the severall Members of Parliament who at the Execution of this Act dureing this Session of Parliament shall abide within the said Citties of London and Westminster or the Suburbs of the same or within the County of Middlesex shall for or in respect of their ready Money or Debts or any other Tax which may be laid on their Persons or Personall Estate during this Session of Parliament be assessed onely in the Places where such Members have their Mansion Houses or other Places where they most usually reside during the Intervall of Parliament Any thing herein conteined to the contrary notwithstanding

LXIX. Where First General Meetings of Commissioners for the Ridings to be held.

Provided also and be it enacted by the Authority aforesaid That the First Generall Meeting of the Commissioners for the West Rideing of the County of Yorke shall be held at the Towne of Pontefract And the First General [Meeting of the (fn. 180) ] Commissioners for the North Rideing of the County of the County of Yorke shall be held at the Town of Thursk And the First Generall Meeting of the Comissioners for the East Rideing of the County of Yorke shall be held at the Towne of Kilham Any thing in this Act before mentioned or any former Custome to the contrary notwithstanding

LXX. Books provided.

Provided alwaies and be it further enacted by the Authority aforesaid That there shall be provided and kept in His Maties. Exchequer that is to say [in (fn. 181) ] the Office of the Auditor of the Receipt one Booke or Register in which all the Monies that shall be paid into the Exchequer for the Pound Rates and Duties hereby granted shall be entred and registred apart and distinct from all other Moneys paid and paiable to His Majestie

LXXI. Proviso for Annuities to Queen Dowager, and the Prince and Princess of Denmark.

Provided alwaies and be it enacted by the Authority aforesaid That this Act or any thing therein conteined shall not charge or be construed to charge Her Majestie the Queen Dowager or Her Treasurer or Trustees with the abovementioned Duty or Payment of Three ( (fn. 182) ) for every Twenty Shillings by the Year for or in respect of the Yearly Sume of Tenn thousand nine hundred seaventy two Pounds Nineteen Shillings and Three Pence and One Twenty fourth Part of a Penny and One thousand two hundred thirty six Pounds Sixteene Shillings and a Penny Halfe Penny granted to Her Majestie by Two severall Letters Patents under the Great Seale of England one bearing Date on or about the Twentieth Day of December One thousand six hundred seventy two and the other bearing Date on or about the Ninth Day of October One thousand six hundred and seventy four or to charge His Royall Highnesse Prince George Hereditary of Denmarke and Her Royall Highnesse the Princesse Ann of Denmark or either of them or their Trustees with the abovementioned Duty or Paiment of Three Shillings for every Twenty Shillings by the Yeare for or in respect of the yearly Sume of Thirty thousand Pounds and Twenty thousand Pounds by the Yeare granted to severall Persons in Trust for their Royall Highnesses by severall Letters Patents under the Great Seal of England bearing Date on or about the Twentieth Day of February One thousand six hundred and eighty five and the Three and twentieth Day of May One thousand six hundred and ninety but that the said Annuities or yearly Summes and Her Majesty the said Queen Dowager and their Royall Highnesses and their respective Trustees Treasurers and Receivors Generall in respect of the same shall by virtue hereof be acquitted and discharged of from and against the said Duty of Three Shillings for every Twenty Shillings by the Year and all Paiments whatsoever which might be charged by this Act for or in respect of the said yearly Sumes as if this Act had never been made Any thing herein conteined to the contrary notwithstanding

LXXII. Qualification for Person being a Commissioner for any County at large.

Stat. II W. III. c. 2.

Provided also and be it enacted by the Authority aforesaid That no Person shall be capable of acting as a Commissioner in the Execuc[i]on of this Act or of any the Powers therein conteined in or for any County at large within the said Kingdome of England Dominion of Wales or in or for any of the Rideings in the County of York unles such Person by himselfe or his Tennants or Trustees was taxed or did pay in the same County or Rideing for the Value of One hundred Pounds per Annum or more by virtue of the Act made and passed in the Eleaventh Yeare of His Majesties Reigne intituled An Act for granting an [an (fn. 183) ] Aid to His Majestie by Sale of the forfeited and other Estates and Interests in Ireland and by a Land Tax in England for the severall Purposes therein menc[i]oned or unles such Person so appointed to be a Commissioner shall at the Time of the Execution of this Act be by himselfe or Tennants or Trustees liable to be taxed by virtue of this Act for an Estate in Lands Tenements or Hereditaments of the said Value of One hundred Pounds [per Annum (fn. 184) ] or more within the said County or Rideing and which was taxed or did pay in the [said (fn. 185) ] County or Rideing by virtue of the Act last menc[i]oned

LXXIII. Commissioners not disabled from acting as a Commissioner for any City, &c. he being an Inhabitant.

Attornies, Receivers of Aids, &c. disabled.

Provided nevertheles and it is also hereby enacted That no Person who is appointed to be a Commissioner for executing this Act shall be disabled from acting as a Commissioner within and for any Citty Borough Cinque Port or Corporate Town onely whereof he shall be an Inhabitant at the Time of the Execution of this Act nor from acting as a Commissioner within any the Inns of Court or Inns of Chancery And that no Attorny or Solicitor or Person practiceing as such or any Receivor Generall or Collector of any Aid granted to His Majestie shall be capable of acting as a Commissioner in [the Execution of (fn. 184) ] this present Act Any thing herein conteined to the contrary notwithstanding

LXXIV. Persons disabled, acting as a Commissioner, Penalty £50.

And it is hereby further enacted That if any Person intended by this Act to be disabled for any the Causes aforesaid shall nevertheles presume to act as a Commissioner in the Execuc[i]on of this Act or any the Powers therein conteined every such Person for such Offence shall forfeit the Su[m]me of Fiftie Pounds to any Person or Persons that will informe or sue for the same to be recovered in any His Majesties Courts of Record by Action of Debt or of the Case Bill Suit or Information wherein no Essoign Protection Wager of Law or more than one Imparlance shall be allowed

LXXV. The Money arising by this Act to be divided into Three equal Parts, One Third Part to be appropriated as follows; £19,000 thereof for the Charges of circulating Exchequer Bills.

The rest of the said Third Part for cancelling and discharging the said Bills.

And be it enacted by the Authority aforesaid That all and every the Sume and Sumes of Money which shall arise or be brought into the Receipt of Exchequer of or for the Aid or Assessements by this Act granted shall be divided into Three equall Parts and that One Third Part of all and every such Su[m]me and Su[m]mes of Money shall be applyed and appropriated and the same is hereby appropriated in manner following (that is to say) any Sume not exceeding Nineteen thousand Pounds shall or may be applied and disposed to discharge Premiums and other Charges of circulating the Bills comonly called Exchequer Bills in such Manner and Forme as the Commissioners of the Treasury or any Three or more of them or the High Treasurer for the Time being shall direct and appoint and all the rest and residue of the said Third Part of all and every the said Summe and Sumes of Money such Part thereof as is to go in Repayment of the Loans to be made thereupon and the Interest thereof as this Act directs onely excepted shall be applied and appropriated and the same is hereby appropriated to and for the cancelling and dischargeing of Exchequer Bills and of the Principall and Interest Moneys due and to grow due thereupon (so far as the said rest and residue of the said Third Part will extend) in such Manner and Forme as are by this Act prescribed and to none other. Use Intent or Purpose whatsoever

LXXVI. A distinct Register kept for the said Third Part.

Clause of Loan for £466,666 13s. 4d; The said £19,000 may be satisfied out of the Loans; Bills lent upon said Third Part to be cancelled; Application of Money, after paying the said £19,000.

Provided alwaies and it is hereby alsoe enacted That a distinct Register shall be kept in the Exchequer for all the Orders to be registred on the said Third Part of the said Aid and Assessments hereby granted and that it shall and may be lawfull to and for any Person or Persons Natives or Forreigners Bodies Politick or Corporate to advance and lend to His Majestie at the Receipt of Exchequer upon Credit of the said Third Part of the said Aid and Assessements by this Act granted any Sume or Sumes of Money not exceeding Four hundred sixty six thousand six hundred sixtie six Pounds Thirteen Shillings and Four Pence and that such Loans shall or may be made in the lawfull Coines of this Realm or by such Bills as aforesaid called Exchequer Bills at the Option or Choice of the Lender or Lenders respectively and that the said Sume not exceeding Nineteen thousand Pounds shall or may be satisfied out of the said Loans for the Purposes aforesaid and after the Satisfaction thereof or reserving sufficient to discharge the same all the Exchequer Bills which shall come in by way of Loane as aforesaid upon the said Third Part shall be cancelled and absolutely discharged for ever in such manner as the Commissioners of the Treasury or any Three or more of them or the High Treasurer for the Time being shall direct and appoint and all the Moneys in Specie which after the paying or reserving sufficient to pay the said Nineteen thousand Pounds shall be lent upon the said Third Part shall be applied and disposed in and for the purchasing of Exchequer Bills to be cancelled and discharged in such [manner (fn. 186) ] as aforesaid

LXXVII. Interest at £6 per Cent. per Ann. to Lenders on said Third Part.

Money lent not to be taxed.

And it is hereby enacted That the Lenders [of (fn. 187) ] the said Third Part shall have and receive for the Forbearance of their respective Loans Interest after the Rate of Six Pounds per Centum per Annum to be paid every Three Months from the makeing such Loans till Satisfaction of the principall Su[m]mes respectively and that no Money so to be lent shall be rated or assessed by virtue of this Act

LXXVIII. A Register to be kept for the other Two Third Parts.

£700,000 lent between 18th Feb. 1700 and 10th June 1701, to be first transferred to the said Two Third Parts; and to be registered in course, according to the Dates of the Tallies; The said Loans to be paid before any other Sums to be registered upon the said Two Third Parts; with Interest at £6 per Cent. per Ann.

And it is hereby alsoe enacted That there shall alsoe be kept in the said Exchequer a Register for all the Orders to be registred on the other Two Third Parts of all the Moneys ariseing by this Act and that all and every the principall Summes of Money which have been lent to His Majestie at the Receipt of His Exchequer betweene the Eighteenth Day of February One thousand seven hundred and the Tenth Day of June One thousand seven hundred and one not exceeding Seven hundred thousand Pounds and all and every the Orders of Loan for the same shall be in the first place transferred to and placed upon the said Register for Orders appointed to be kept by this Act for the said Two Third Parts of the said Aid and Assessments by this Act granted and shall be registred thereupon in due Course and Order according to the Dates of the respective Talleys of Loan for the said principall Su[m]mes which Transferences shall and may be and are hereby required to be made by virtue of this Act without makeing any Issues or taking any Receipts from the Parties in order to transferr the said Loans And that the principall Moneys on the Orders so transferred shall be paiable and paid to the Lender or Lenders of the same his her or their Executors Administrators or Assigns out of the Moneys ariseing by virtue of this Act of or for the Taxations or Assessements aforesaid in the same Course and Order according to which they are hereby appointed to be transferred and with Preference to any other Loan or Sums of Mony which shall be registred upon and paible out the said Two Third Parts and that Interest after the Rate of Six Pounds p[er] Centum p[er] Annum for the said Loans to be transferred as aforesaid shall be paid and satisfied out of the said Two Third Parts ariseing as aforesaid every Three Months from the respective Times of making the said Loans untill the respective Times of Satisfaccion of the said [principal (fn. 186) ] Summes.

LXXIX. Further Loans may be made upon the said Two Third Parts, not exceeding (with the aforesaid Loans transferred) £933,333 6s. 8d; with Interest at £6 per Cent. per Ann. also; and not to be taxed.

Provided also and it is hereby further enacted by the Authority aforesaid That it shall and may be lawfull to or for any Person or Persons Natives or Forreigners Bodies Politick or Corporate to advance and lend to His Majestie at the Receipt of His Majesties Exchequer upon the Creditt of the said Two third Parts of the said Tax and Assessments by this Act granted as aforesaid any Su[m]me or Summes of Money which together with the severall Sumes by this Act appointed to be transferred thereunto shall not exceed in the whole Nine hundred thirty three thousand three hundred thirty three Pounds Six Shillings and Eight Pence and to have and receive for the Forbearance thereof Interest after the Rate of Six Pounds per Centum per Annum And moreover that no Money to be transferred or lent upon the Security of the said Two third Parts shall be rated or assessed by virtue of this Act or any other Act of Parliament whatsoever

LXXX. Tally of Loan to Lender, and Warrant for Interest.

Orders for Repayment registered according to Date of Tally, and paid in course; Monies to come in by this Act liable to satisfy such Loans; Officer or Deputy taking Fee for Books, &c. Entry, &c; Penalty; Undue Preference by Officer; Punishment; By Deputy; punishment; Auditor, Clerk of the Pells, or Teller not making Payments in due Order, Penalty.; How all such Penalties to be recovered.

And it is hereby further enacted That all and every Person or Persons who shall lend upon the Creditt of the said Third Part or of the said Two Third Parts of the Moneys ariseing by this Act and pay the same into the said Receipt of Exchequer shall imediately have a Talley of Loan struck for the same and an Order for his her or their Repayment bearing the same Date with his or their Talleys in which Order shall be alsoe conteined a Warrant for Payment of Interest for the Forbearance thereof not exceeding the Rate or Rates aforesaid to be paid every Three Months untill the Repayment of the Principall and that all such Orders for Repayment of Money to be lent shall be registred in course according to the Dates of the Talleys respectively without other Preference of one before another And that all and every Person and Persons shall be paid in Course according as their Orders shall stand registred in the said Register Bookes so as the said Person Native or Foreigner his Executors Administrators or Assigns who shall have his Order or Orders first entred in the said respective Books of Register shall be taken and accounted the First Person to be paid out of the Moneys to come in by virtue of this Act either of the said Third Part or the said Two third Parts respectively and he or they who shall have his or their Order or Orders next entred shall be taken and accounted to be the Second Person to be paid and so successively and in Course And that the Moneys to come in by this Act of or for the said Tax or Assessments and in such Proportions as aforesaid shall be in the same Order liable to the Satisfaction of the said respective Parties their Executors Administrators or Assigns successively without undue Preference of one before another and not otherwise and shall not be diverted or divertible to any other Use Intent or Purpose whatsoever And that no Fee Reward or Gratuity directly or indirectly be demanded or taken of any [of (fn. 188) ] His Majesties Subjects for provideing or makeing of any such Books or Registers or any Entryes Views or Search in or for Paiment of Money lent or the Interest thereof as aforesaid by any of His Majesties Officer or Officers their Clerks or Deputies on Pain of Paiment of Treble Damages to the Party aggreived by the Party offending with Treble Costs of Suit Or if the Officer himselfe take or demand any such Fee or Reward then to loose his Place also And if any undue Preference of one before another shall be made either in Point of Registry or Payment contrary to the true Meaning of this Act by any such Officer or Officers then the Party offending shall be liable by Action of Debt or on the Case to pay the Value of the Debt with Damages [and Costs (fn. 189) ] to the Partie grieved and shall be forejudged of his Place or Office And if such Preference be unduly made by any his Deputy or Clerk without Directions or Privity of his Master then such Deputy or Clerk onely shall be liable to such Action Debt Damages and Costs and shall be for ever after incapable of his Place or Office And in case the Auditor of the Receipt shall not direct the Order or the Clerke of the Pells record or the Teller make Paiment according to each Persons due Place and Order as afore directed then hee or they shall be adjudged to forfeit and the respective Deputies and Clerks herein offending to be liable to such Action Debt Damages and Costs in such Manner as aforesaid All which said Penaltyes Forfeitures Damages and Costs to bee incurred by any of the Officers of the Exchequer or any their Deputies or Clerks shall and may be recovered by Action of Debt Bill Plaint or Information in any of His Majesties Courts of Record at Westminster wherein noe Essoigne Protection Privilidge Wager at Law Injunction or Order of Restraint should be in any wise granted or allowed

LXXXI. Proviso where several Tallies bear Date the same Day.

Provided alwaies and be it hereby declared That if it happen that severall Talleys of Loan or Orders for Paiment as aforesaid beare Date or be brought the same Day to the Auditor of the Receipt to be registred then it shall be interpreted no undue Preference which of those bee enterd first so as he enters them all the same Day

LXXXII. Paying subsequent Orders, if first demanded, no undue Preference, if sufficient reserved to satify preceding Orders.

Provided alsoe That it shall not be interpreted any undue Preference to incurr any Penalty in Point of Paiment if the Auditor direct and the Clerke of the Pells record and the Tellers do pay subsequent Orders of Persons that come and demand their Moneys and bring their Orders before other Persons that did not come to take their Money and bring their Orders in their Course so as there be so much Money reserved as will satisfie precedent Orders which shall not be otherwise disposed but kept for them Interest upon Loan being to cease from the Time the Money is so reserved and kept in Bank for them

LXXXIII. Orders for Money assignable.

Memorial of Assignment without Fee Assignee may in like manner assign.

And be it further enacted That all and every Person and Persons to whome any Money shall be due for Loans by virtue of this Act after Order entred in the Booke of Register as aforesaid his Executors Administrators or Assignes by Endorsement of his Order may assigne or transferr his Right Title Interest and Benefitt of such Order or any Part thereof to any other which being notified in the Office of the Auditor of the Receipt aforesaid and an Entry or Memoriall thereof also made in the Book of Registry aforesaid for Orders which the Officers shall upon Request without Fee or Charge accordingly make shall entitle such Assignee his Executors Administrators and Assigns to the Benefitt thereof and Payment thereon and such Assignee may in like Manner assigne againe and so toties quoties and afterwards it shall not be in the Power of such Person or Persons who have or hath made such Assignements to make void release or discharge the same or any the Moneys thereby due or any Part thereof

LXXXIV. Reasons for this Enactment.

Justices of New Romney to act as Commissioners for Orwelstone and Bromhill; How far.; Commissioners of Lydd to assess Orwelstone and Bromhill.

And forasmuch as the Borough of Orwelston and the Parish of Bromhill are Members of the Towne and Port of New Romney one of the Cinque Ports in the County of Kent and within the Libertie and Jurisdiction thereof and Division of Justices of the same Towne and Port notwithstanding which they have lately paid Land Taxes with the Towne of Lydd a Member also of the said Port of New Romney by reason that the Proportions of the said Orwelston and Bromhill in Kent were included in the Proportion of Lydd And whereas by the severall Acts of Parliament for granting and continueing to His-Majestie severall Rates and Duties upon Marriages Births and Burialls and [also (fn. 189) ] for granting and continueing to His Majestie severall Rates and Duties upon Houses the Justices of the Peace for every particular Libertie and Jurisdiction are required to put the said severall Acts in Execution within their respective Liberties Be it therefore enacted by the Authority aforesaid for preventing all future Difficulties and Disputes in this Behalfe and for the better assessing levying and collecting the said Duties and Sum[m]s of Money granted by the said Acts That the Justices of the Peace of the said Towne and Port of New Romney shall from henceforth be and act as Commissioners and put all the said Acts and every Clause and Thing therein conteined in full Execution within the said Borough of Orwelstone & within the said Parish of Bromhill Any Clause Article or Provisoe in the said severall Acts of Parliament or any of them to the contrary notwithstanding And that the Comissioners for the Towne of Lydd shall and may continue to assesse the said Orwelstone and Bromhill in Kent to all Land Taxes onely for so long Time as the Proportion [on (fn. 190) ] Orwelstone and Bromhill aforesaid shall be included in the Proportion of the said Towne of Lydd and no longer nor otherwise in any Case whatsoever

LXXXV. Recital of Stat. 4. W. & M.c.1. £1.

10 W.III. c. 9 £1; and II W. III. c.2; Hundred of Neath discharged of the several Sums so overcharged; In case of Deficiency of General Charge upon said County, the Commissioners to re-assess.

And whereas by virtue of an Act of Parliament made in the Fourth Yeare of the Reigne of His Majestie and our late Queen Mary of blessed Memory intituled An Act for granting to Their Majesties an Aid of Four Shillings in the Pound for One Yeare for carrying on a vigorous Warr against France the Hundred of Neath within the County of Glamorgan was charged with the Summe of Four hundred sixtie three Pounds Thirteen Shillings And whereas by an Act intituled An Act for granting to His Majestie the Summe of One million four hundred eighty four thousand and fifteen Pounds One Shilling Eleaven Pence Three Farthings for disbanding the Army providing for the Navy and other necessary Occacions [& (fn. 191) ] made in the Tenth and Eleaventh Years of His present Majesties Reigne the said Hundred of Neath was charged with the Summe of Five hundred and eighteen Pounds Seventeen Shillings and Six Pence Halfe Penny which is One hundred seventy one Pounds Two Shillings and Nine Pence Halfe penny more than Three Fourths chargeable by the said Act on the said Hundred And whereas by an Act intituled An Act for granting an Aid to His Majestie by Sale of the forfeited Estates and Interests in Ireland and by a Land Tax in England for the severall Purposes therein menc[i]oned and made in the Eleaventh and Twelveth Yeares of His present Majesties Reigne the said Hundred of Neath was charged with the Sume of Four hundred thirty five Pounds Eighteen Shillings and Two Pence Farthing which is more than a Moiety or Halfe Part of the said Aid of Four Shillings in the Pound by the Sume of One hundred fourteen Pounds One Shilling and Eight Pence Farthing and amounts in the whole in both the said Years to the Summe of Two hundred eighty five Pounds Four Shillings and Five Pence Three Farthings more than was intended to be charged on the said Hundred by the said recited Acts and occasioned by a Mistake made in chargeing the severall Parishes and Hamletts within the said Hundred Be it therefore enacted by the Authority aforesaid That the said Hundred of Neath be and are hereby discharged of the said Sume of Two hundred eighty five Pounds One Shilling and Eight Pence Farthing so overcharged as aforesaid and that noe Processe shall issue out of the Exchequer for raising the same upon the said Hundred and that the severall and respective Parishes and Hamletts within the said Hundred be and are hereby discharged of the severall and respective Proportions of the said Summe of Two hundred eighty five Pounds One Shilling and Eight Pence Farthing overcharged on them respectively And in case there shall be a Deficiency of the said Su[m]me of Two hundred eighty five Pounds One Shilling and Eight Pence Farthing or any lesser Summe in the generall Charge of the said County that the said Commissioners be and are hereby impowered and required to reassesse or cause to be reassessed the same on such Hundred Parish or Hamlett within the said County as they shall finde to be undercharged according to the true Meaning of the said recited Acts

LXXXVI. Proviso for superannuated Sea Officer, and Widows and poor Knights of Windsor.

Provided alwaies That this Act shall not extend to charge the Pencions of any superannuated Commission or Warrant Sea Officers or the Pensions of Widdows of Sea Officers slaine in His Majesties Service or of the Poor Knights of Windsor for their Pensions paiable out of the Exchequer onely but the same shall not extend to lessen the Sume provided by this Act

LXXXVII. member of Parliament shall not be a Commissioner &c. of Customs.

And be it enacted by the Authority aforesaid That noe Member of the House of Commons from and after the Dissolution of this present Parliament shall be capable of being a Commissioner or Farmer of the Customes or of holding or enjoying in his owne Name or in the Name of any other Person in Trust for him or for his Use or Benefitt or of executing by himselfe or his Deputy any Office Place or Employment touching or concerning. the farmeing collecting or manageing the Customes

LXXXVIII. Member of Parliament executing Office in Customs incapable of sitting.

And be it further enacted That if any Member of the House of Commons from and after the Dissolution of this present Parliament shall dureing the Time of his being a Member of Parliament by himselfe or his Deputy or any other in Trust for him or for his Benefitt take enjoy or execute any Office Place or Employment touching. or concerneing the farmeing manageing or collecting the Customes such Person is hereby declared and enacted to be absolutely incapable of sitting voting or acting as a Member of the House [of (fn. 191) ] in such Parliament

LXXXIX. Officer of Customs influencing Election of Members to serve in Parliament,

Penalty £100; and disabled from Office.

And be it further enacted by the Authority aforesaid That from and after the Nine and twentieth Day of September One thousand seven hundred and one no Commissioner Collector Comptroller Searcher or other Officer or Person whatsoever concerned or employed in the chargeing collecting levying or manageing the Customes or any Branch or Part thereof shall by Word Message or Writeing or [in (fn. 191) ] any other Manner whatsoever endeavour to persuade any Elector to give or diswade any Elector from giveing his Vote for the Choice of any Person to be a Knight of the Shire Cittizen Burgesse or Baron of any County Citty Borough or Cinque Port to serve in Parliament And every Officer or other Person offending therein shall forfeit the Summe of One hundred Pounds One Moyety thereof to the Informer the other Moiety to the Poor of the Parish where such Offence shall be committed to be recovered by any Person that shall sue for the same by Action of Debt Bill Plaint or Informacion in any of His Majesties Courts of Record at Westminster in which no Essoigne Protection or Wager of Law or more than One Imparlance shall be allowed And every Person Convict on any such Suit of the said Offence shall thereby become disabled and incapable of ever bearing or executing any Office or Place concerning or relateing to the Customs or any other Office or Place of Trust whatsoever under His Majestie His Heirs or Successors

XC. Proviso for Persons who by Misfortune have burnt, lost, or destroyed Million Lottery Tickets, Malt Tickets, or Exchequer Bills.

On Certificate of Affidavit thereof from Baron of Exchequer, without Fee,; Officer to pay such Ticket or Bill; and allowed the same in their Accounts.

And whereas severall Ticketts comonly called the Million Lottery Tickets and severall other Tickets comonly called the Malt Tickets (the said Tickets being yet unpaid) and severall of the Bills comonly called Exchequer Bills being yet undischarged are by Casualty or Mischance burnt lost or destroyed it is hereby further enacted That if it shall appeare by Affidavit to be made before any of the Barons of the Exchequer That any such Lottery Ticket or Tickets incurred or growne due or paiable upon or before the Five and twentieth Day of March One thousand seaven hundred and one or any such Malt Ticket or Tickets or any such Exchequer Bill or Bills as aforesaid have been before the Twentieth Day of May One thousand seaven hundred and one burnt lost or destroied then in all and every such Case and Cases upon produceing a Certificate from the said Baron of such Affidavit so made before him which Affidavit the said Barons or any of them is and are hereby authorised to take and which said Certificate hee or they are required to grant without Fee or Reward) and on Security given to the respective Officers appointed or to be appointed to pay or discharge the said Tickets or Bills to their good likeing to indemnifie and acquit them respectively against all Persons whatsoever for or concerning the Money conteined or specified in such Tickett or Tickets Bill or Bills or which was due thereupon and against all Demands concerning the same (which Security shall or may be taken in His Majesties Name it shall and may be lawfull to and for the said respective Officers for Parliament or discharging of the said Tickets or Bills to pay or discharge [and they are hereby required to pay or discharge (fn. 192) ] the said Tickets or Bills soe burnt lost or destroyed as he or they should have paid or discharged the originall Tickets or Bills if the same had been produced and shall be allowed such Parliament or Discharge in their respective Accounts Any thing in this or any other Act conteined to the contrary hereof in any wise notwithstanding

XCI. Recital of Stat. 1 W. & M. c. 12.

Reasons for this Enactment; Collector of Customs not having Money to satisfy Exporter of Corn, &c. under said Act,; to give a Certificate of Money due without Fee; to be fixed to Debenture, and produced to Commissioners, who are to cause the same to be paid.

And whereas by an Act of Parliament made in the First Yeare of the Reigne of King William and Queen. Mary entituled An Act for the encourageing the Exportation of Corn it is enacted that all Persons who should export out of this Kingdome into Parts beyond the Seas any of the Sorts of Grain therein enumerated when the Prices of such Corne at such Places were under the Rates therein set should have paid them by the Commissioners Farmers or Collectors of His Majesties Customes of the Port from whence such Corne was exported upon a Certificate thereof and Proofe upon Oath according to the Intent of the said Act the Sume of Five Shillings for every Quarter of Wheat ground or unground Three Shillings and Six Pence for every Quarter of Rye ground or unground and Two Shillings and Six Pence for every Quarter of Barley or Malt ground or unground And forasmuch as in many Ports and Places on the Coast of this Kingdome where such Corne is exported to Parts beyond the Seas there is not soe much Money received by the Collectors of the Customs ariseing by the Duties chargeable with the Moneys given for the Encouragement of the Exportac[i]on of Corne as is or may be sufficient to pay or discharge the same according to the Intent of the said Act so that there are great Arreares in severall Ports whereby the Owners of Land and Exporters of Corne are under great Disadvantages in the Sale of their Corn in those Parts and cannot have the Benefit of the said Act as others in other Places have where such Allowance is duly paid according to the Intent thereof For Remedie whereof be it enacted by the Authority aforesaid That if the Collector of the Customes of any such Port shall not have sufficient in his Hands to satisfie and pay such Sum or Sumes of Money which are or shall be due to any Exporter by virtue of the said Act ariseing out of the Customs and Duties out of which it ought to be paid upon Demand according to the Intent of the said Act that then such Collector shall give to the Person demanding such Sume or Sumes of Money without Fee or Reward a Certificate under his Hand of what is due to such Person for the Corn exported from such Port certifieing to the Comissioners of the Customes at London that he hath not Moneys in his Hands sufficient to pay the same which Certificate being affixed to the Debenture for [the (fn. 192) ] Corne so exported and being produced to the Commissioners of His Majesties Customes at London they the said Commissioners are hereby authorised and required on Demand by the Person that shall bring the same to cause the Monies thereby due to be paid in Three Months by the Generall Receivor or Cashire of the Customes out of such Monies as shall be in his Hand ariseing out of such Customes or Duties in the said Port of London as are chargeable with the Payment of any Money for the Exportac[i]on of Corn according to the said Act without Fee or Reward Any Law or Statute to the contrary notwithstanding

XCII. Recital of Stat. 11 W.III.c.2.£ 12.

£22; Reasons for this Enactment; The said Trustees, before 25th March 1702, to determine entered Claims remaining; To be of the same force as if made before the said 25th March.; The said Trustees, before 24th June 1702, to sell Estates vested in them by the said Act, at the Times herein mentioned; Such Sales, and the Conveyances thereon, available as if made before the said 25th March.

And whereas by an Act made in the Eleaventh Yeare of His Majesties Reign intituled An Act for granting an Aid to His Majestie by Sale of the forfeited and other Estates and Interests in Ireland and by a Land Tax in England for the severall Purposes therein menc[i]oned the Trustees thereby nominated and appointed for putting in Execuc[i]on the Powers and Authorities therein enacted relating to the said forfeited and other Estates and Interests in Ireland or any Seven or more of them were impowred and required according to the best of their Discretion to hear determine and adjudge all and every the Claimes and Demands which should be entred before the said Trustees or any Seven or more of them on or before the Tenth Day of August One thousand seven hundred at any Time or Times after the Entry thereof and before the Five and twentieth Day of March One thousand seven hundred and one And whereas it was by the said Act further enacted that after the Time therein appointed for entring such Claimes should be expired the said Trustees or any Seven or more of them should be and they were thereby enabled and required at any Time.; or Times before the Five and twentieth Day of March One thousand seven hundred and two to sell all and; singuler the Estates and Interests vested in them by the said Act in such Manner as is therein mencioned And whereas by reason of the Multitude of Claimes entred in pursurance of the said Act divers of the Claimes which were so entred remaine yet undetermined Be it therefore further enacted That the said Trustees or any Seven or more of them shall & may and they are hereby impowred and required at any Time or Times before the Five and twentieth. Day of March One thousand seven hundred and two to heare determine and adjudge all and every the Claimes so entred and remaining undetermined every which Claime shall be heard determined and adjudged by such Rules and in such Manner and the like Proceedings shall be thereupon afterwards had and the Determination and Judgement which shall be given upon every such Claime shall be of the like Force and Effect as if the same had been determined before the Five and twentieth Day of March One thousand seven hundred and one And the said Trustees or any Seven or more of them shall and may and they are hereby impowred and enabled at any Time or Times before the Foure and twentieth Day of June One thousand seven hundred and two to sell all and singuler the Estates and Interests vested in them by the said Act and every or any Part thereof that is to say such of the said Estates and Interests concerning which no Claim hath been entred or the Claim or Claimes relating thereunto determined at any Time or Times from and after the Five and twentieth Day of December One thousand seven hundred and one and before the said Four and twentieth Day of June One thousand seven hundred and two and such of the said Estates [and Interests (fn. 193) ] for and concerning which any Claim or Claims entred in pursuance of the said Act have or hath not been yet determined by the said Trustees or any Seven or more of them at any Time or Times or as soon as conveniently may be after the Determinacion thereof and the said Five and twentieth Day of December One thousand seven hundred and one and before the [said (fn. 193) ] Four and twentieth Day of June One thousand seven hundred and two And all and every such Sale and Sales to be made before the said Four and twentieth Day of June One thousand seven hundred and two shall be in like Manner made and such Proceedings shall be in order thereunto and thereupon had and the Conveyances thereupon to be made shall be as available and of the same force and virtue as if such Sale or Sales had been made before the said Five and twentieth Day of March One thousand seven hundred and two in pursuance of the said Act.

XCIII. Recital of Stat. 9 W. III. c. 10. § 6.

10 W. III. c. 9. £78 and of 11 W. III. c.2. § 68.; Reasons for this Enactment; In Counties, &c. where the Monies granted by the said Three last mentioned Acts, remain unassessed, or not raised,Commissioners under this Act to enquire thereof at a General Meeting in manner herein mentioned.

And whereas by an Act of Parliament made in the Ninth Yeare of His Majesties Reigne intituled An Act for granting to His Majesty the Summe of One million four hundred eighty four thousand fifteen Pounds One Shilling and Eleaven Pence Three Farthings for disbanding Forces paying Seamen and other Uses therein mentioned the Commissioners thereby appointed or so many of them as should be present at such Generall Meeting or Meetings as were thereby prescribed or the major Part of them were authorised and required to ascertaine and sett downe in Writing the severall Proportions which in their Judgements and Discretions ought to be charged on every Hundred Lathe Wapentake Rape Ward or other Division respectively for and towards the raising of the whole Sume by that Act charged upon the whole County Citty or other Place for which they were thereby named Commissioners And whereas by an Act of Parliament made in the Tenth Yeare of His Majesties Reign intituled An Act for granting to His Majestie the Sume of One million four hundred eighty four thousand fifteene Pounds One Shilling and Eleaven Pence Three Farthings for disbanding the Army providing for the Navy and other necessary Occasions the Comissioners thereby appointed or so many of them as should be present at such generall Meeting or Meetings as are therein mentioned or the major Part of them were authorized and required to ascertain and sett downe in Writing the severall Proportions which ought to be charged on every Hundred Lathe Wapentake Rape Ward and other Division respectively for and towards the raising the whole Sume by that Act charged upon the whole County Citty or other Place for which they were thereby appointed Commissioners haveing regard in proportioning the same to set downe and ascertaine Three Fourth Parts of the intire Sumes which were assessed on the same Hundreds or Divisions respectively by virtue of an Act of Parliament made in the Fourth Yeare of the Reigne of His Majestie and the late Queen Mary intituled An Act for granting to Their Majesties an Aid of Four Shillings in the Pound for One Yeare for carrying on a vigorous Warr against France And in the said Act of the Tenth Yeare of His Majesties Reigne Provision was made that where different Proporcions had been charged [upon (fn. 193) ] any one and the same Hundred or Division at severall Generall Meetings of the Commissioners for putting in Execution the said Act of the Ninth Year of His Majesties Reigne towards the Aid granted by the said Act of the Nineth Yeare of His Majesties Reigne And in such Cases onely the same should be rectified by charging upon every such Hundred or Division Three Fourth Parts of the Sume which was charged thereupon to the said Aid granted in the Fourth Yeare of His Majesties Reign And whereas by an Act of Parliament made in the Eleaventh Year of His Majesties Reigne intituled An Act for granting an Aid to His Majestie by Sale of the forfeited and other Estates and Interests in Ireland and by a Land Tax in England for the severall Purposes therein mentioned (amongst other things therein conteined) the Sume of Nine hundred eighty nine thousand nine hundred sixty five Pounds Nineteen Shillings and Six Pence Halfe[penny (fn. 193) ] is granted to His Majestie And the Commissioners thereby appointed for raising the same were thereby directed to ascertain and set down in Writing the severall Proporcions which ought to be charged upon every Hundred Lathe Wapentake Rape Ward or other Division respectively for or towards the raising the whole Summe by that Act charged upon the whole County Citty or other Place for which they were thereby appointed Commissioners haveing regard in proportioning the same to sett downe and ascerteine One Moyety or Halfe Parte of the intire Sumes which were assessed on the same Hundreds or Divisions respectively by virtue of the aforesaid Act of the Fourth Yeare of His Majesties Reigne and in the said Act of the Eleaventh Year of His Majesties Reigne there is conteined a Clause reciteing that in executing the said Act of the Tenth Yeare of His Majesties Reigne the Commissioners in some Counties had not regard to sett downe & ascertaine the said Three Fourth Parts but had eased some Hundreds Rapes and Divisions by which meanes the full Sume which should be raised was in some measure delayed and like to prove deficient and enacting that where such Su[m]ms had not been assessed and raised upon the [said (fn. 194) ] Act made in the Tenth Year of His Majesties Reigne in every Hundred Rape and Division aforesaid the same should be rectified by chargeing upon every such Hundred Rape and Division so eased so much as will make up Three Fourth Parts of the Summe which was charged thereupon to the said Aid granted in the Fourth Year of His Majesties Reigne as by the said severall Acts of Parliament relation being thereunto had may more fully appear And whereas notwithstanding the severall Directions and Provisions above recited severall considerable Summs of Money of the Aids granted [to His Majesty (fn. 194) ] by the said severall Acts of the Nineth Tenth and Eleaventh Years of His Majesties Reigne do remaine unassessed or not levied and are deficient within severall Counties and other Places by reason the Directions conteined in the said former Acts have not been duly complied with many of which said Arreares and Deficiencies are in the Accounts of severall Receivors Generall set as Supers upon whole Counties Parts of Counties Ridings and otherwise and the rest of the said Arreares and Deficiencies are wholly unaccounted for to His Majestie Be it therefore enacted by the Authority aforesaid That in all and every such Counties Rideings Cities or other Places where the Moneys granted by the Three Acts last mentioned or any of them or any Part thereof do remaine unassessed or not [raised (fn. 194) ] the Commissioners for putting this present Act in Execuc[i]on for such Counties Rideings Cities or other Places respectively or so many of them as shall be present at a Generall Meeting for such County Riding City or other Place or the major Part of them shall enquire and informe themselves of and concerning all and every such Sume and Sumes of Money so in Arreare or deficient upon the said former Aids or any of them and shall cause the same to be charged upon the respective Hundreds Divisions and Subdivisions upon which the same ought to have been charged or raised by the said former Acts respectively (that is to say such of the said Arrears as are due to His Ma[jes]tie upon the said Act of the Ninth Yeare of His Majesties Reigne shall be charged upon such Hundreds Laths Wapentakes Rapes Wards and other Divisions and Subdivisions respectively as the Commissioners for the whole County Riding City or other Place for which they were Commissioners at their First Generall Meeting for that Aid did according to their Discretions charge with the same.

XCIV. Mode of Proceeding by Commissioners, where different Proportions to the last mentioned Aid were, before the Stat. 10 W. III. c. 9., charged upon one and the same Hundred.

How Arrears, due upon the State, 10 W. III. c. 9. and II W. III. c. 2. to be charged upon certain Hundreds herein mentioned; The Money so raised, paid to Receivers General, who are to pay into the Exchequer. Upon Payment of Arrears, &c. Super discharged.

Provided alwaies That where different Proportions to the Aid lastmentioned were before the makeing of the said Act of the Tenth Yeare of His Majesties Reigne charged upon one and the same Hundred or Division at severall generall Meetings of the Commissioners in such particular Cases onely the Commissioners for putting this present Act in Execucion or so many of them as aforesaid shall proceed by the Rule of chargeing [the said (fn. 194) ] Three Fourth Parts upon the respective Hundreds Divisions and Subdivisions as the said former Comissioners ought to have don And such of the said Arreares as are due to His Majestie upon the said Acts of the Tenth and Eleaventh Yeares of His Majesties Reigne shall by the said Commissioners for putting this present Act in Execution or so many of them as aforesaid be charged upon such Hundreds Divisions and Subdivisions as have not paid or not fully paid the said Three Fourth Parts to the said Aid granted in the Tenth Year of His Majesties Reigne or the said Moyety or Two Fourth Parts to the said Aid granted in the Eleaventh Yeare of His [said (fn. 195) ] Majesties Reign And to that [End and Purpose (fn. 194) ] the said Commissioners for putting this present Act in Execution shall at their First Generall Meeting for the Counties Rideings Cities or Places where such Deficiencies are standing out determine the Proportions which by this and the said former Acts ought to be charged upon every Hundred Division and Subdivision for makeing good of the said Arrears or else shall then appoint a Second Generall Meeting for that Purpose and shall meet together at such Second Generall Meeting accordingly and then and there execute the Powers by this Act to them given in that Behalfe And [that (fn. 195) ] the Commissioners for executing this present Act within the respective Hundreds Rapes Divisions and Subdivisions therein or so many of them as in the like Cases are a Quorum for executing this present Act shall and are hereby required to take care that the Proportions of the said Arrears be reassessed and charged levied and raised accordingly by such Waies and Meanes and with the like Powers and Authorities as are by this Act given [or prescribed (fn. 194) ] for raising the Money hereby granted and shall cause the Monies soe raised to be paid to the respective Receivors Generall who are or shall be appointed to receive the same to His Majesties Use on or before the First Day of September One thousand seven hundred and one and such Receivors Generall shall pay every Summe so by them received into the Exchequer within Twenty Daies after the Receipt thereof and after the Paiment of any such Arreare or Deficiency for any such County Part of a County Riding City or other Place the said Super or Supers for the same Money set in the Accounts already passed or to be passed shall be discharged

XCV. Thelike Allowances to Receivers, &c. as if the Money had been raised by the former Acts.

Provided alwaies That the said Receivers Generall and the respective Collectors and Clerks to the Commissioners for their Service and Pains about the said Arreares shall have such and the like Allowances as they respectively should have had for the same Monies in case they had been levied and paid upon the said former Acts

XCVI. Certificate in Parchment of the Arrears raised as aforesaid, to be transmitted to the King's remembrancer's Office in the Exchequer, before the 10th Day of Aug. 1701

If the said Arrears be not paid before the 1st of Sept. 1701, then Process of the Exchequer to go against the Inhabitants, &c. or Commissioners.

And it being just and reasonable that the respective Hundreds Divisions and Subdivisions upon which the said Arreares are standing out should onely be chargeable therewith it is hereby further enacted That when the said Commissioners for executing this present Act or such and so many of them as aforesaid shall have sett downe and ascerteined in Writeing the Proportions of the said Arreares which ought to be charged upon every Hundred Division and Subdivision as aforesaid they the said Commissioners respectively or such of them as aforesaid shall make a Certificate [thereof (fn. 194) ] in Parchment as well in Words at Length as in Figures with the Names of the respective Commissioners which shall be appointed for the said respective Hundreds Divisions and Subdivisions and transmitt the same under their Hands and Seales into the Office of the Kings Remembrancer in the Exchequer before the Tenth Day of August One thousand seven hundred and one And in case the said Arrears in any such Hundred Division or Subdivision be not raised and paid to the Receiver Generall for His Majesties Use before the said First Day of September One thousand seven hundred and one then the Proces of the Exchequer shall and may issue against the Inhabitants of every such Hundred Division or Subdivision respectively for Non payment thereof or against the Commissioners acting or appointed to act for such Hundred Division or Subdivision respectively to compell them to execute the Powers of this Act in reference to the said Arrears or Deficiencies Any thing in this or the said former Acts conteined to the contrary notwithstanding

XCVII Officers of the King's Bench Prison refusing, &c. to pay Arrears, Two Commissioners for Surrey to certify to Commissioners executing this Act.

Two of whom may thereupon issue Warrant for Distress; If such Arrears are not paid within Four Days, Distress appraised and sold; and Monies arising thereby, paid to Collectors of St. George's in the Borough of Southwark If no Distress; Officers may be apprehended and committed to the County Gaol till Payment of Arrears and Costs.

And whereas some of the Officers belonging to the Kings Bench Prison in the Parish of St George the Martyr in Southwarke in the County of Surrey are considerably in Arreares of their Taxes assessed upon them for the Three Yeares last past which they refuse to pay and haveing no Residence within the said County no Provision hath been made by the said late Acts for Recovery of such Arrears For Remedie whereof Be it further enacted by the Authority aforesaid That where any Officer or Officers belonging to the said Prison shall neglect or refuse to pay the said Arrears or any Sume or Summs of Money which shall be rated [and (fn. 196) ] assessed upon them or any of them by virtue of this Act any Two or more of the Commisioners appointed by this Act for the said County of Surrey shall and may certifie (by Writing under their Hands and Seals) such Neglect or Refusall and the Summe paiable for such Arreares and by virtue of this Act to the Commissioners for executeing this Act in the County or Place where such Officer or Officers reside and any Two or more of such Commissioners are hereby authorized and required upon Receipt of such Certificate by Warrant under their Hands and Seals to authorise and impower the respective Collectors for the Parish or Place where such Officer or Officers reside to distreine the Goods or Chattells of such Officers or Officers and the Distresse or Distresses so made to detaine and keep by the Space of Four Daies And if such Officer or Officers do not pay the said Arrears Sum and Sums of Money for which Distresse shall be made as aforesaid within the said Space of Four Daies that then the said Goods and Chattells so destrained as aforesaid shall and may be appraised and sold by Two [such (fn. 197) ] honest and sufficient Persons as the said Commissioners who shall signe the said Warrant shall nominate and appoint and the Moneys ariseing thereby shall be paid to the Collectors of the said Parish of St George for and towards Satisfaction of the said Arreares Sum or Sums of Money and the Surplus (if any be) shall be returned to the Owner of the said Goods after the Charges of the said Distresse and Sale shall be deducted But in case noe Goods or Chattells of any such Officer or Officers shall be found sufficient to make good the Su[m]me or Sums of Money so assessed or to be assessed upon him or them as aforesaid that then it shall and may be lawfull for any Two or more of the said Commissioners by Warrant under their Hands and Seals to the respective Collectors or such other Person or Persons as they shall thinke fitt to cause the Person or Persons of such respective Officer or Officers of the said Prison neglecting or refuseing to pay as aforesaid to be apprehended and taken whereever hee or they can or may be found and to be committed to the County Goal where he or they shall happen to be taken there to remaine without Baile or Mainprize till Paiment shall be made as aforesaid of the Arrears or Su[m]me or Su[m]ms of Money so charged and assessed upon them as aforesaid with the Charges of such p[er]secucion as aforesaid to be allowed by the said Commissioners or any Two of them Any thing in this or in the said [late (fn. 197) ] Acts conteyned to the contrary thereof notwithstanding.

XCVIII. Recital of Stat. 9 W. III. c. 10. § 31.

Reasons for this Enactment; Two Commissioners for executing this Act to call before them Persons heretofore appointed Collectors, to account and pay Money in their Hands, of former Collections, to the Collectors under this Act; How such Monies to be applied.; Such Collectors refusing, &c. Two Commissioners may empower next succeeding Collector to levy upon their Goods.

And whereas in and by an Act of Parliament made and passed in the Ninth Yeare of His Majesties Reigne entituled An Act for granting unto His Majestie the Sume of One Million Four hundred eighty four thousand and fifteen Pounds One Shilling and Eleaven Pence Three Farthings for disbanding Forces paying Seamen and other Uses therein mentioned It is enacted That all unoccupied Lands or Houses shall be taxed And that in Cases where no Distresse can be found on the same the Parish Place or Constablewick shall be liable to the Paiment thereof and that when such Lands or Houses shall be occupied or there shall be any Distresse to be found that it shall and may be lawfull at any Time for the [Collectors Constable or Tythingmen respectively for the (fn. 197) ] Time being to enter and destreine and the Distresse to sell if not redeemed within Four Daies by Payment of the Tax and Charge of Distress [and the Money raised by such Distress (fn. 197) ] and Sale thereof is thereby enjoyned to be distributed proporc[i]onably to the Parties who contributed to the Tax of the unoccupied Houses and Land And whereas divers Collectors have received severall Sums of Money in Cases where the Parish Place or Constablewick have paid the Tax of unoccupied Land and Houses and converted the same to their owne private [Use (fn. 197) ] it being very difficult if not impracticable to make such Distribution as is intended in and by the said Law and there not being a sufficient Remedy provided in this Behalfe Be it further enacted by the Authority aforesaid That it shall and may be lawfull at any Time hereafter for any Two or more of the Commissioners [appointed (fn. 197) ] to put this Act in Execution within their respective Divisions to call before them all and every such Person or Persons as heretofore have been or [heretofore (fn. 198) ] shall be appointed Collectors within such their Divisions respectively and to cause them to make up their severall Accounts and to pay all and every such Sume and Sums of Money as shall be found by the said Commissioners or any Two of them to be resting in their or any of their Hands over and above such Sums as they were or shall be respectively [charged (fn. 198) ] to pay to the Receivor Generall for the Time being to such Person or Persons as shall be appointed Collectors for this Tax for such respective Parishes or Divisions which said Sume or Summs shall be applied towards the Payment of the Sume or Quota to be raised by such Parish Place or Constablewick by the Authority of this Act in ease of the Inhabitants thereof and that upon Neglect or Refusall of all or any of the said Collectors to account or pay such Overplus Money as aforesaid it shall and may be lawfull to and for any Two or more of the said Commissioners by Warrant under their Hands and Seale to impower the next succeeding Collector to levy the same upon the Goods and Chattells of such Collector or Collectors after such Manner as the Collectors are impowred to do by virtue of this or any of the late Acts for the Aids granted to His Majesty where any Person or Persons neglect or refuse to pay the Sume or Sums of Money which he or they are respectively rated Any thing herein or in any former Act conteined to the contrary thereof in any wise notwithstanding

Footnotes

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  • 2. interlined on the Roll.
  • 3. interlined on the Roll.
  • 4. interlined on the Roll.
  • 5. interlined on the Roll.
  • 6. O. omits.
  • 7. interlined on the Roll.
  • 8. Ongley O.
  • 9. Gofrey O.
  • 10. Garrard O.
  • 11. Scorye O.
  • 12. interlined on the Roll.
  • 13. Hondcock O.
  • 14. rest of the O.
  • 15. Godwyn O.
  • 16. interlined on the Roll.
  • 17. Matts O.
  • 18. Keate O.
  • 19. Grandville O.
  • 20. Ewan O.
  • 21. Brougham O.
  • 22. interlined on the Roll:
  • 23. Gresley O.
  • 24. a Blank in the Original Act.
  • 25. Robert Barker O.
  • 26. Feane O.
  • 27. Cruuzs O.
  • 28. Waddon O.
  • 29. no Blank in the Original Act.
  • 30. Welcomb O.
  • 31. interlined on the Roll.
  • 32. Dalston O.
  • 33. Ward O.
  • 34. Eyre O.
  • 35. interlined on the Roll.
  • 36. John O.
  • 37. Walter O.
  • 38. interlined on the Roll.
  • 39. O. omits.
  • 40. Wale O.
  • 41. Denne O.
  • 42. Caple O.
  • 43. Sandford O.
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  • 50. O. omits.
  • 51. of O.
  • 52. O. omits.
  • 53. Selby O.
  • 54. interlined on the Roll.
  • 55. Edward O.
  • 56. Dandy O.
  • 57. interlined on the Roll.
  • 58. William Boothby O.
  • 59. A Blank in the Original Act.
  • 60. Dimley O.
  • 61. Esquire O
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  • 63. Baronet O.
  • 64. Alie O.
  • 65. Lane O.
  • 66. O. omits.
  • 67. Knights O.
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  • 72. Buck O.
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  • 74. Crofte O.
  • 75. Esquires O.
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  • 80. Hall O.
  • 81. Garrard O.
  • 82. Francis Jenkins James Gunter Gentlemen William Lewis John Woodhouse O.
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  • 91. Thomas Powell O.
  • 92. Clunton O.
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  • 94. a Blank in the Original Act.
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  • 96. Chard O.
  • 97. Backer O.
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  • 100. Aspley O.
  • 101. Waller O.
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  • 105. Sir William Morley Knight of the Bath O.
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  • 120. William O.
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  • 131. Henry Grahme O.
  • 132. Bayliffe O.
  • 133. Roger O.
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  • 135. Kanteven O.
  • 136. Llackedony O.
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  • 138. Roger O.
  • 139. Doctor of Divinity Owen Wynn O.
  • 140. Trovarth O.
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  • 143. Cloyton O.
  • 144. Edmund O.
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  • 147. Easthooke O.
  • 148. Phillips O.
  • 149. Llechrie O.
  • 150. Bayliffe O.
  • 151. Sheriff O.
  • 152. Wryiot O.
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  • 157. required and enjoined O.
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  • 185. same O.
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  • 198. hereafter O. & King's Printer's Copy.