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'Index - M', Journal of the House of Commons: volume 2: 1640-1643 (1802), pp. 67-75. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=1558 Date accessed: 26 November 2014.


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MACE
-, carried before Speaker upon his Return from the King, 15 Apr.

Market,
-, Clerk of, Bill for better ordering his Office read, 28 Apr.

Marshall,
-, Mr. desired to preach, 23 Apr.

Member
-, excuses himself for a Word used by him, 18 Apr.-Has Leave to be absent-charging another with offensive Words, acknowledges his Mistake, 22.-Judges to be desired to give. Precedence to Members in their Motions-Member, giving Offence in his Speech, pardoned upon his Acknowledgement, 23-A Committee to view Clerk's Notes of such as had taken the Oaths, 25.-Member thanked for his Service, 28. -Names of Places, for which Members serve, to be added by Clerk where omitted, 1 May.

Meredith,
-, Sir Amias, his Indenture taken off the File, 28 Apr.

Messages
-, from King. Vide King.-Offence taken at a Message by a quarterly Waiter, for Speaker and House to attend the King in the House of Peers; Black Rod to be acquainted therewith, 15 Apr.
-, from Lords, excusing themselves for not admitting Messengers, 24 Apr.

Michell,
-, Election and double Return; Petition, 16 Apr. Report; Resolution thereupon, 24.

Middlesex,
-, Petition from, read, and referred to the Committee for taking material Points of Grievances, 17 Apr. Vide Grievances.

Minehead
-, Election; Petition-new Writ, 16 Apr.

Mortlings.
-, Vide Wools.

MACALLY,
-, a Scotchman, 1642, his Commitment to be considered by a Committee, 5 Apr. Matter referred to Lord Chief Justice, 12.

Maccarthy,
-, Daniel, 1641, Petition read, and referred to the Committee for Irish Affairs, 15 Dec.-Another referred to the Committee for Contributions, 1 Mar. Vide Ireland.

Mace,
-, 1640, carried before Speaker upon his Return from the King, 5 Nov.

Mackerill,
-, Mr. 1642, his Imprisonment voted illegal; Satisfaction to be made him, 16 Aug.

Madox,
-, Wm. 1640, Petition referred to the Committee for the Court of Wards, 16 Feb.

Madrin,
-, Tho. 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 27 Sept.

Magazines,
-, 1642, a Committee to prepare Declaration for Counties to preserve them, 20 July. Declaration read, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence signified, 26.

Magdalen
-, College, Cambridge, 1642, Plate stayed going from thence to be laid up in the Chamber of London, 22 Aug.
-, St. Old Fish Street, 1642, Order for supplying the Cure, and sequestering the Profits thereof, 28 Feb.

Magenes,
-, an Irishman, 1641, Information against him in Writing, avowed; Order for apprehending him, 8 Nov.

Maguire,
-, Lord, and Mr. Reade, Prisoners from Ireland, 1642, Conference desired by Lords concerning them; agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; Lords to be moved to appoint a Committee to re-examine them in the Tower, 20 June. Persons to attend the Judges that are to examine them; a Committee to be present, 22.-Order for delivering Examinations to Members for their Perusal, 11 July. Agreed to by Lords, 15.-Order for their Removal to Ludgate-for an Allowance to them; agreed to by Lords, 23 Feb.

Mahhewes,
-, Tho. 1642. Vide Privileges.

Maidstone,
-, 1642. Vide Kent.-Petition of Jurats referred to the Committee for the Clerkship of the Peace of Kent, 30 Sept.-All that come to have Voices, 7 Oct.

Main,
-, Richard de le, 1641, Table, shewing what Money is to be disbursed for Lands in Ireland, referred to the Committee for the Bill concerning Irish Propositions, 5 Mar. Lords Order for printing it agreed to, 9.

Major,
-, Edw. 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 18 Feb.

Maitland,
-, Mr. 1641, his Letters concerning disbanding, and Ratification of the Treaty, read, 6 Sept.
-, Lords, 1641, Conference desired by Lords concerning him; agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, 8 Sept.

Malden,
-, 1642, Order for fortifying the Town, and furnishing it with Ammunition, 8 Nov.-for issuing Money for that Purpose, 10. Agreed to by Lords, 11. Another for carrying down the Ordinance, 15.

Malignants,
-, 1642, Two Committees to take a Course for disarming them in and about London and Westminster, 22 Oct.
-, Deputy Lieutenants, and the Committee for Examinations, impowered to disarm and secure them, 30.-Lords Concurrence signified, 1 Nov.-A Committee to prepare Order for seizing Malignants Horses, 4. Lords Concurrence signified, 10.-The Committee impowered to discharge those employed in the Parliament-army, or in bringing Prisoners, 25.-Order for Malignants bearing their Own and the Guards Charges, 2 Dec.-Conference desired by Lords concerning Order to particular Persons for seizing them; agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported-Lords Order for revoking it read, and referred to the Committee for Discharge of Horses, 6 Jan. Another Conference desired by Lords thereupon; agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; Report referred to the same Committee, 23. Lords put House in mind of their Reasons for revoking the Ordinance; House concur therein, 26.-Report; Commissaries to be acquainted therewith; Resolution that House did not assent to Lords Ordinance; a Committee to search their Journals concerning it; their Report; Conference to be desired with Lords thereupon; a Committee to prepare Heads; Commissaries to be thanked; Declaration that they have done acceptable Service, 3 Feb.-Order for apprehending Servants of Persons bearing Arms against the Parliament in and about London, 16 Jan.-Ordinance for assessing Malignants, read, and re-committed, 23 Dec.-Agreed to; Proviso to be added, 4 Feb. Clause to be added, 10.-Order for Presentment, 2 Mar.-Member to prepare Ordinance for seizing their Estates, 14 Feb. Ordinance read, and agreed to, 20.

Maliett,
-, Mr. Justice, 1641, to be examined at a Conference touching the Informations from Kent; a Committee to prepare Interrogatories; their Report, 28 Mar.
-, 1642, House to consider of his going Circuits after Complaint against him in the last, 21 June.-Report touching his Carriage at the Lent Affizes-the Committee for Defence of the Kingdom to consider of the speediest Method of sending for him, 2 Aug. Letter concerning the Passages in apprehending him, and his adjourning the Assizes; Order for bringing him up; a Committee to consider of a proper Force for that Purpose; Letter and Votes to be sent to Lords, 5. Vide Assizes.

Mallory,
-, Mr. 1641, Letter to him presented from a Committee to be signed by the Speaker, and sent, 19 Aug.
-, 1642, Serjeant to send a particular Message, with a Summons to attend forthwith, 7 Apr.-Voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament, 6 Sept.
-, Sir Jo. 1642, to be summoned to attend the Service of House, 6 Sept.-Voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament, 16 Jan.

Malting
-, Houses. Vide Alehouses.

Malton,
-, 1640, Motion for restoring it, 5 Dec. Order for that Purpose-new Writ, 11.

Man,
-, Theophilus, 1641, Petition touching an Order of a Committee, forbidding him to take Fees by virtue of his Office; Declaration thereupon, 28 July.
-, Edward, 1642, Lord Chief Justice to grant Habeas Corpus for removing him from Newcastle Gaol, 7 Mar.

Manby,
-, Dr. 1642, to be summoned to attend a Committee, 30 June. Vide Amys.

Manchester,
-, 1642, Letter concerning putting the Commission of Array in Execution, and seizing the Magazine of the County; Order thereupon, 25 July. Vide Array. Further Information relating thereto, 26.-Letters concerning the Siege thereof by Lord Strange, referred to the Committee for Defence of the Kingdom; Order concerning Prisoners taken there, 3 Oct.-for encouraging Persons to assist the Townsmen in defending themselves against him, read, and agreed to, 6.-Letters concerning the State of the Town, 10.-Relation of the Passages there, read, 11.-Information touching the Mills belonging to the Free School; a Committee to prepare Order for Sequestration of the Revenues thereof, 10 Oct. Order against renewing a Lease, 11. Order touching the Payment of the Garrison, 29.-Agreed to by Lords, 24 Nov.-Propositions for raising Dragoons, referred to to the Committee for Dispatches, 3 Dec.

Mandevile,
-, Lord, 1641, Petition referred to the Committee for Queen's Jointure, 29 June. Vide Queen.

Mannaton,
-, Mr. 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 12 Nov.

Manninge,
-, Wm. 1641, Petition referred to the Committee for Queen's Jointure, 2 July. Vide Queen.

Mansell,
-, Sir Robert, 1641, previous Question concerning his Case, Neg. 28 May.
-, Jo. 1642, an Order about Pay to him as Surveyor of the Fortifications at Portsmouth, 19 Apr.

Mansfield,
-, Domingo, 1641, Petition, 2 Dec. Vide Strich.
-, Mr. and his Apprentice, 1641, to be brought to the House separately, and, upon Refusal, to be apprehended as Delinquents, 30 Nov.
-, Sir Robert, 1642, to attend with his Patent for sole making Glass, 12 Apr. His Petition read; Order for delivering his Patent to the Committee for Grievances, 15.-To the Clerk, 31 May.

Mantle,
-, Walter, 1641, Bill for restoring him in Blood, read, 14 Apr.-Committed, 5 Aug.-to another Committee, 19 Feb.

Manwaring,
-, Bishop, 1640, a Committee to consider all Complaints, and the Judgment in Parliament, against him, and prepare Bill for reversing the Pardon granted him, 23 Feb.
-, Sir H. 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent; discontinued Master of Trinity-house; Corporation to proceed to a new Election; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 9 Nov. Disallowed from being a Brother, 11.
-, Captain, 1642, Order concerning his searching for Provisions, &c. going to the King, agreed to by Lords, with Amendments; Order read, and to be passed by House alone, 1 Dec.
-, Randall, 1642, Petition; a Committee to prepare Order for enabling him to collect One per Cent. for the Redemption of Captives, 5 Sept. Order reported, 19. Agreed to by Lords, 22.-His Petition referred to the Committee for the Advance of Moneys in London, 20 Dec.

Manwood,
-, Sir. Jo. 1642, to have Warrant to transport himself, Two Servants, &c. beyond Sea, 2 May.

Marche,
-, John de la, Minister in Guernsey, 1641, Petition referred to the Committee for scandalous Ministers, 31 Aug.
-, Mrs. 1642, the Committee for the Tower to see an Ordinance for removing her from thence put in Execution, 30 Jan.-Captain of the Guards to put it in Execution, 10 Mar.

Mardee,
-, 1642, Lord Admiral to be moved to intercept Ships bound from thence to Ireland, 9 June.

Margarets,
-, St. Westminster, 1641, Petition of Lame, Sick, Blind, &c. read, 22 June.-Petition of Parishioners; Lecturer recommended, 18 Feb.
-, St. Lothbury, 1642, Ordinance for sequestering the Parsonage, read, and agreed to, 13 Feb.

Maria,
-, Frigate, 1642, Persons to be thanked for their good Service in seizing it, 15 Aug.

Mariners,
-, 1641, Bill for pressing them ordered, 7 May. Read twice, and committed, 8. Committee to sit notwithstanding the Sitting of the House, 10. Bill reported, and to be ingrossed; passed, and sent to Lords, 11.-Another Bill for the same Purpose, read twice, and committed, 10 May.- Another ordered, 22 Nov.-Read, 1 Dec. Committed, 2. To be reported, 10. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 18. Passed, and sent to Lords, 24. House put them in Mind thereof, 28.-Another Message concerning it; Answer thereto, 14 Jan.-Bill for better raising them, read twice, and committed; reported, and to be ingrossed, 29.-Passed, 1 Feb.
-, 1642, Bill for Relief of maimed and ship-wrecked Seamen, and their Widows and Children, read, 3 May.
-, 1641, Lords to be desired at a Conference to join in Order for pressing and governing Mariners; free Conference to be desired with them concerning it; a Committee of both Houses to prepare the Order, 8 May.
-, 1642, Receivers appointed for Money to be lent by Mariners in the Thames for the Affairs of Ireland, 8 Aug. -15 Sept.-Order for a Month's Pay to be given them as a Reward for their Fidelity, 22.- for bestowing a Month's Pay on certain Mariners employed by Merchants, 2 Nov.-A Committee to prepare Ordinance for pressing them; Ordinance agreed to, 2 Feb. Lords Concurrence signified; Ordinance to be printed, 3.-Speaker to sign a Letter for pressing them, 20.

Markinson,
-, Edw. 1642, Order for his Discharge, 5 Jan.

Markland,
-, Captain Robert, 1642, to be removed to Colchester; a Committee to prepare a Letter to Mayor for keeping him close Prisoner, 13 Mar.

Marleborough,
-, 1641, new Writ, 25 Feb.-Election; Petition, 4 May.
-, 1642, to be thanked for their Collection upon the Act of Contribution, 11 June.-Letter to Commissioners for Wilts to levy a proportionable Assessment on the Inhabitants by virtue of the Bill for 400,000l. ordered, and presented, 11 July.-Order touching the Payment of Money raised upon the Act for Contributions-Licence to be given for removing the Magazine, 12. Letter relating thereto read, 28.-Another Letter concerning an Attempt upon the Town; Resolution, and Order thereupon, 7 Dec.

Marley,
-, Sir Jo. 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 20 Sept.

Marlo
-, Magna, 1641, Election and double Return; Report; Mr. Burlace voted duly elected; Mr. Hobbs to forbear sitting till his Election is determined; Under-sheriff to be sent for as a Delinquent, 9 Nov. Vide Moore. Further Report; Election declared void-new Writ, 19.-Election of One Burgess to stand good, and not be further questioned, 5 Jan. Report re-committed, 13.

Marolois,
-, Peter, 1640, Bill for naturalizing him and Peter Hoett, read, 19 Dec. Parties to take Oaths, 22.-Bill committed, 7 Jan.

Marrott,
-, * and * Padger, 1641, to be summoued to attend, 16 Sept.

Marriott,
-, a Frenchman, 1641, his Case reported from the Committee for Recusants convict, 22 June.

Marsh,
-, Wm. 1640, to have Notice to attend to answer a Complaint against him, 13 Dec.
-, Dr. 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 11 Oct.

Marshall,
-, Mr. 1640, desired to preach, 9 Nov. Thanked, and to print his Sermon, 16.
-, 1641, desired to preach, 30 Aug.-Thanked, and to print his Sermon, 9 Sept.-Desired to preach, 17 Dec. Thanked, and to print his Sermon; Order for presenting him with a Piece of Plate, 23.-Thanked, and to print his Sermon preached at the Fast, 24 Feb. No Person to print it besides himself for Two Months, 25.
-, Jo. 1642, his Composition accepted, 9 Apr.

Marsham,
-, Tho. 1642, Petition read; to have Order for transportation of Calves Skins; Members to view them, 3 June.

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

Marston,
-, Henry, 1642, Petition concerning Charges in bringing up Delinquents, referred to a Committee, 10 Sept.

Marten,
-, Mary, 1642, to have Warrant to go to Abingdon, 22 Nov.

Martin,
-, Tho. 1640. Vide Privileges.
-, Captain, 1642, Order for his receiving Gunpowder sufficient for his Ship, 2 Apr.
-, Wm. 1642, committed to the King's Bench, 10 Sept. -Order for his Discharge, 13 Oct.

Martin,
-, St. Orgars, 1640, Petition of Inhabitants, referred to the Committee for preaching Ministers, 30 Dec.
-, St. in the Fields, 1641, Petition of Trained Bands; Mr. Cecill to be recommended to Lord Lieutenant of Middlesex for the Charge of them, 24 Jan.-Report of Message delivered, 2 Feb.-Petition of Inhabitants; Lecturer recommended, 15.
-, 1642, Profits of the Vicarage to be sequestered to him, 1 Dec.
-, St. Vintry, 1642, Order for supplying the Cure, 23 Jan.-Ordinance for that Purpose read, and agreed to, 10 Feb.

Martlock,
-, 1642, Petition of Inhabitants; Lecturer recommended, 4 June.

Martyn,
-, Mr. 1641, willing to continue a Loan, 26 Aug.- 1 Feb. Order about Security to him, 18.
-, 1642, Order for Repayment, 13 July.
-, Captain, 1642, to be thanked for his good Service in seizing the Maria Frigate, 15 Aug.

Mary,
-, Princess, 1641, the Committee for Queen's Jointure to consider of Queen's carrying her beyond Sea, 14 July.- Message from King concerning it communicated by Lords, 7 Feb.
-, Magdalen St. Bermondsey, 1642, Petition of Inhabitants, read, and referred to the Committee for Examinations, 21 Feb.
-, Magdalen St. Old Fish Street, 1642, Order for supplying the Cure, and sequestering the Profits thereof, 28 Feb.
-, St. Abchurch, 1642, Petition of Inhabitants; Order for supplying the Cure, and sequestering the Profits thereof, 9 Mar.

Mason,
-, James, 1640, to be summoned as a Witness, 27 Nov.
-, Edward, 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, for refusing to deliver the Magazine at Hull, 28 Apr.
-, Samuel, 1642, Petition read, and referred to the Committee for Examinations, 26 Nov.
-, Henry, 1642, Petition read, and referred to Lord Mayor, 2 Dec.

Mass,
-, 1641, Order against the King's Subjects frequenting it, 10 May.

Massam,
-, Sir Wm. 1641, Complaint of Persons entering his Dovehouse, for digging Saltpetre; Sykes and Bullock to be summoned to attend, 19 June. To be called in, 23. Order against their digging, and for bringing the Patent to a Committee, 24.

Massenger,
-, a Papist, 1642, Order for staying Monies to be paid for Oxen belonging to him, 14 Sept.

Masson,
-, Samuel, 1642, Judges to be required to stay Proceed ings concerning the bailing or delivering of him, 4 Feb. To stand committed by House; to be apprehended by Serjeant, and committed to the Compter in Southwark, 27.
-, Tho. 1642, Order for seizing his House, 3 Mar. Person appointed to put it in Execution, 7.

Master,
-, Mr. 1642, to be kept close Prisoner; none to have Ac cess to him, 2 Jan.

Mathew,
-, Sir Toby, 1640, House to join with Lords in petitioning the King to remove him from Court, 16 Mar.
-, 1641. Vide Privileges.
-, Captain, 1642, to be removed to Lord Petre's House; Information against him referred to the Committee for Examinations, 17 Jan.-Order for bailing him, 3 Feb.
-, 1642, to be removed to Ipswich, and kept close Prisoner in the mean time; a Committee to prepare Letter to Mayor for safeguarding him, 13 Mar.

Matthew,
-, Francis, 1641, Order to search for and seize a Barrel of Gunpowder sent to him under Colour of a Barrel of Soap, 7 Dec.

Matthew,
-, St. Friday Street, 1642, Petition concerning their Minister, 4 Apr. Vide Cheslin.
-, 1642, Petition of Parishioners; Lecturer recommended, 5 Oct.

Mauleverier,
-, Mr. 1640, Petition read, 15 Dec. Referred to the Committee for the Charge against the Judges, 16.
-, 1641, referred to Mr. Chambers's Committee, 1 July.

Maurice,
-, Prince, 1642, Order for continuing his Pension, 23 Apr.

May,
-, Mr. 1640, to sit till his Election is avoided, 6 Jan.
-, 1641, to be summoned to attend forthwith, 7 Feb.
-, 1642, like Order, 20 May.-Member to acquaint him therewith, 1 June.-House informed of Bills of Exchange from Holland for paying Moneys to him; Order thereupon; Persons to be summoned to attend; a Committee to withdraw, and examine them; Order to forbear the Payment, 3. Sent to Lords for their Concurrence; Messenger dismissed without Answer, 4.
-, Wm. 1642, to be summoned to attend, 3 June.- Committed to Lord Petre's House, 2 Jan.

Maynard,
-, Mr. 1641, Complaint of a printed Speech fathered upon him; Order for suppressing it, 6 Apr.

Mayney,
-, Sir Jo. 1642, to attend with a Petition he has solicited to get Hands to, 5 Apr.-To be sent for as a Delinquent, 30 Aug.

Mayo,
-, Mr. 1641, to be summoned to attend forthwith, 1 Feb.
-, 1642, to be discharged from being a Member; new Writ ordered, 23 Nov.
-, a Messenger for apprehending Priests, 1642, carried to the Gatehouse for abusing a foreign Minister; to make Submission, and desire Pardon, 14 Apr. To be taken into Serjeant's Custody, and turned over to the Gatehouse, 18. Order for his Discharge, and making Submission, 23.-To stand committed, unless he make it by a Time limited, 17 May.

Maxewell,
-, Mr. 1642, Petition to be read, 23 Sept. Referred, to the Committee for the Navy, 24. Vide Calves Skins.

Maxfield,
-, Peter, 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent for publishing seditious Verses; Witnesses to be summoned, 28 Apr.-To be proceeded against at the Assizes in Shropshire, 1 July.

Meath,
-, Earl of, 1640, Petition referred to Lord Mountmorris's Committee, 5 Feb.-Report; his Case to be transmitted to Lords, 19 Mar.
-, 1641, Letter, concerning recommending it to the Parliament of Ireland, read, and to be ingrossed, 8 Sept. Ingrossed Letter read; Speaker to sign it, 9.

Meeke,
-, Rich. 1642, Petition; Judges of the King's Bench to be moved for Certiorari and Habeas Corpus, 26 Jan.

Melcombe
-, Regis, 1640. Vide Weymouth.

Meldrome,
-, Sir Jo. 1642, a Committee to take Order for advancing some of his Entertainment, 29 July.

Melvill,
-, Sir James, 1642, to have Liberty to pass the Sea with Two Servants and Three Horses, 7 Apr.

Members,
-, 1640, sworn, 3 Nov.-A Committee to consider their Privilege touching the Delivery of Papers from Complainants. Vide Journals-Member, Inhabitant of a Town visited with the Plague, admitted-Another cleared of having done any thing worthy of Censure, 7.-To receive the Communion, 9. Vide Communion.-Giving Offence in their Speeches, pardoned upon their Acknowlegement, 10 & 11.-Declaration that any Member may interrupt another speaking to a new Matter, while the former is in Debate-Motion for Members, standing in the Passage, to pay 12 d. to the Poor, 10.-Difference between Two Members to be ended by Speaker.-Order against any going out of the House, 11.-Members spared out of Committees at their own Request, 12 & 28.-Withdraw during a Debate, 12. 14, & 15.-Called to the Bar for not with drawing when commanded, 16.-Member suspended, 21.- Clears himself from Suspicion of being a Papist, 24.-Cleared from any Offence in his Speech, 24 Nov.-6 Feb.-Order that, upon a Message to Lords, none go out before the Messenger, 25 Nov.-Against keeping Places for Members not at Prayers, 26.-Members to be admitted to the Sacrament, though their Writs be not returned, 28.-Member allowed to fit, though he had not received the Sacrament, 1 Dec.-Not taking his Place, or removing out of it, or speaking, to forfeit, 12 d. 4.-Have Leave to be absent, 7, 8. 10. 12. 17. 21, 22, & 23, Dec.-8. 20. 22. & 26, Feb.-2 & 6 Mar.-Have Leave to be of Counsel at Lords Bar, 10. 30, & 31, Dec.-7. 25. 28. & 30, Jan.-1. 4. 10. & 16, Feb.-2. 8, 9, 10. 13. & 19, Mar.-Member has Leave to attend Lord General for his Leave to stay in Town, 11 Dec.-None to have Leave of Absence but in a full House, 12.-To send Orders to Justices of Peace of their respective Counties, 24.-Thanked for their Services to the House, 14 Jan.-The raising Money by the voluntary Offers of Members to be considered, 15.-Expelled, 21 Jan.-2 Feb.-Have Leave to be examined at Lords Bar, 6 Feb.- 3 & 4 Mar.-Motion for a Fine to be laid on any one calling a Member to the Bar unjustly, 9 Feb. - None to resort to the Earl of Strafford without Leave-Member thanked for delivering Articles of Impeachment to Lords, 26.-Motions for Leave of Absence not to be made till Three o'Clock, 10 Mar.
-, 1641, Members have Leave to be absent, 25 & 29 Mar. -2. 6, 7. 12. 14, 15. 17. 21, 22. & 29, Apr.-1. 6. 8. 13. & 18, May.-1, 2. 5. 10, 11, 12. 14. 18. 26. 28, 29, & 30, June.-8, 9, 10. 12, 13, 14. 16, 17. 19. 22, 23, 24. 28. 30, & 31, July.-2, 3, 5, 6. 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14. 16, 17, 18, 19, 20. & 31, Aug.-4. 9, 10. 13, 14. 16, 17, 18. 23. & 27, Dec.-27 Jan.-9. 12. 15. 17. 22. & 26, Feb.-1. 5. 7, 8. 16, 17. 19. 22. & 24, Mar. -To send Copies of an Order to Justices of Peace in their respective Counties, 10 Apr.-None to go out of House without Leave, 10 & 21 Apr.-5 May.-Have Leave to be of Counsel before Lords, 15 Apr.-18. 20. 26, & 27, May.-23 & 26 June.-2. 8. 23. & 30, July.-18 Mar.-Lawyers to attend, 22 Apr.-Member continued, notwithstanding his Employment as Ambassador, 23 & 24. -Absent at Eight o'Clock to pay 12 d.-absent all Day to pay 5 s. 1 May.-To keep their Places, and not stir out of House, or speak to the Messengers, 3 May.-27 Jan. -To send the Protestation to their respective Counties, &c.-in Town to attend, upon Pain of Expulsion-Names of those disturbing the House, to be presented by Speaker, 5 May. -Excused from making the Protestation, 6.-Have Leave to attend Lords Committees, 21.-Expelled, 27 May.-30 Oct. -2 Nov.-9 Dec.-9 Mar.-Committed to the Tower, 27 May.-9 June.-26 Nov.-2 Feb.-4 Mar.-Have Leave to be examined as Witnesses before Lords, 29 May.-23 July.-2 Aug.-Order for their Attendance on a grand Committee, 31 May.-Take the Protestation, 7 & 8 June.-5, 6. 9. 13, 14. & 31, July.-9 Sept.- 25 Feb.-1 & 18 Mar.-Withdraw during a Debate, 8 & 9 June.-Member excuses himself for exceptionable Words, 10.-To go into the Country soon after Leave, 18.-Has Leave to attend Lord General to the Army, 26.-Not allowed, at his own Request, to decline his Election, 6 July.- No Leave to be granted till after Nine o'Clock-Members gone to a Conference in Disorder, to pay 2 s. each to the Poor; Receiver appointed; further Order relating thereto, 20. -To deliver no Notes of Business agitating in the House, 22. -Moving for passing public Bills, except between Nine and Twelve o'Clock, to incur Censure, 26.-Staying in the Painted Chamber after a Conference, to pay 5 s. 3 Aug.- To attend, upon Pain of Displeasure; Order to be sent to Sheriffs of the several Counties; certain Members excepted, 7. -Absent at Call excused, 19.-To disperse the Ordinance for Thanksgiving, 30.-Order touching Defaulters, 25 Oct.- Members voted incapable of ever sitting in Parliament, 2 Nov. -Giving Offence in his Speech, pardoned upon his Acknowlegement, 5 Nov.-2 Mar.-Have Leave to go to Ireland, 11 Nov.-None to stop the Passage in Prayer Time, 17. -Member restored to his Seat, 2 Dec.-Admonished for offensive Words, 7.-House to consider Words formerly excepted, 7. 9. 17. & 20.-Members gone up to Lords before Speaker, to pay 5s.-House to consider of Members going out of Town without Leave, 14.-Matter of Protestation by Members to be considered, 15 & 17. Resolution that in no Case a Protestation ought to be desired by any Member, or admitted, if desired, 20.-5 Jan.-18 Mar.-Standing in the Passage to pay 12 d. 15 Jan.-Voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament, 2 Feb.-3 Mar.-Denied Leave to be absent-Leave to be asked between Eleven and Four o'Clock, 18.
-, 1642, Transcript of Members Names that have subscribed, and the Sums underwritten, for reducing the Rebels in Ireland, ordered, 26 Mar.-None to go out of the House, 1 & 2 Apr. -Reprehended, 1.-Have Leave to be absent, 2. 4, 5, 6. 8. 13. 22. & 30, Apr.-6, 7. 10. 17. 26, & 27, May.- 1, 2. 4. 6, 7. 11. 16, 17, 18. 20, 21, 22, 25. 27, & 28, June. -1, 2. 4. 9, 10, 11, 12. 16. 20, 21, 22. 24. & 29, July. -16. 20. & 22, Aug.-1. 3. 5. 23. & 26, Sept.-7. 11. 13. 15. 24, & 25, Oct.-23 Nov.-6 Dec.-12 Jan.-To go into Ireland without vacating their Seats, 2 Apr.-9 June.-Member has Leave to attend a Committee, 6 Apr.-Absent at Call, to be excused upon their Appearance before the Rising of House, 16. Their Names referred to a Committee,18.-Members absent at Prayers to pay 12 d. to the Serjeant for the Poor, 19.-Order touching the Disposal thereof.-Members have Leave to be of Counsel with Lords, 20 Apr.-6 May.-6 Oct.-None to go out without Leave, 26 Apr.-14. 19. & 26, May.- Members to give Account why they rode on the Fast Day, and have been so long absent without Leave, 28 Apr. Acknowlege their Offence, 29.-Speaker to remind House of the Debate concerning Petitions to be presented against Members that owe Money, 5 May.-Member withdraws during a Debate, 7.-Reprehended for exceptionable Words, 7 May.- 25 July.-Have Leave to be examined before Lords, 12 May.-28 July.-29 Aug.-Expelled, 12 May.- Previous Question, that Members, absent without Leave, be sent for by Serjeant's Man, Neg. 19.-Members gone to the Painted Chamber before Conference, to pay 5 s.; their Names to be taken, 20.-Order for Members at York to return to their Duty.-Declaration that their Absence is an Affront to the House, and countenancing the War intended against the Parliament; List of their Names to be returned, 30.-A Committee to prepare Order for their Attendance, if absent, upon the Penalty of 100 l. 1 June. Order to be printed, and sent to Sheriffs, 2.-None to send Pamphlets and false Papers into the Country, 7.-Members excuse themselves for exceptionable Words, 8 June.-17 Feb.-To declare what Money or Plate they will bring in, or what Horse, &c. they will find and maintain, 9 June.-A Committee to receive Answers of such as have not declared, 10. Another Committee made a standing Committee for that Purpose; further Powers given them, 11. Message from Lords, desiring the Committees may meet, agreed to, 14. Order for bringing in what Members have subscribed, agreed to; Instructions to those in the Country approved, and re-committed for an Addition, 15. The Instructions, and Order concerning Commissaries, agreed to by Lords, and to be printed, 16.-List of Members to be read, and each to give his particular Answer, 3 Sept.-Another Committee to consider what Members have subscribed, and not brought in, Horse, &c. 12. Impowered to send for Parties, &c. 15.-Members to declare themselves-List of those in the Country rated, to be sent down to the Committees, 5 Jan.-Order for those that have declared to pay in their Moneys; a Committee to rate such as do not declare, 13. List of such as promised, and have not performed, ordered, 23. -Referred to a Committee, 1 Feb. Previous Question that Members withdrawing themselves without Leave, shall forfeit 20s. Neg. Committee to receive the Excuses of absent Members, 15 June. Report; Members excused, 16.-Members to demand the Orders, &c. Order to be dispersed, 17. Further Report; others excused, 30.-Order for Members absent at Prayers to pay 12 d. revived-Names of such as have refused to pay it, to be presented, 8 July.-Complaint of Members at York, and before Hull to be considered, 11.- Member, absent at Call, excused from paying his Fine, 12.- Day appointed for Members to pay their Subscriptions for raising Horse, &c. Report to be made of those that fail, 14. Another Day appointed for listing their Horse - Members summoned by Serjeant, and gone without Leave, to bear Charges of the Summons, 22.-Member committed to the Tower, 4 Aug.-Members voted incapable of sitting during the present Parliament, 4, 5. 7. 9. 11, 12. 16. 20. 22. 26. 29, & 30, Aug.-2. 6, 7, 8, 9. 12. 15, 16. 19, 20. 23. & 29, Sept.-4 Oct.-23 & 24 Nov.-3 Dec.-16 & 21 Jan.-15, 16. & 27, Feb.-6 & 10 Mar.-Expelled, 10 Aug.-Lift of those expelled, ordered, 30.-Absent without Leave, to be disabled from sitting during this Parliament, 1 Sept.-Previous Question for disabling a Member, Neg. 2.-Clerk to prepare a List of Delinquents, 6.-Absent Members excused, 7. 15. & 27, Sept.-1 & 6 Oct.- All, except as excepted, to be summoned to attend at a Day appointed, 16 Sept.-Members about Town to attend, 24. -Days appointed for Allowance of absent Members not in the Service of House; Defaulters to be sent for in Custody, 1 Nov.-To be brought in Custody for not attending upon frequent Summons, 14 Dec.-Member has Leave to present a Petition to Lords, 6 Jan.-None to visit Prisoner committed for actual levying War against King and Parliament, 9.-Have Leave to visit, them, 10 & 19.-Member has Leave to answer a Bill in Chancery, 27.-Lawyers at Oxford, and Members in the King's Army, or voluntary Contributors thereto, voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament; Lords to be acquainted therewith, 2 Feb.-Member has leave to go abroad, without vacating his Seat, 4.-Has Leave to visit a Prisoner, 23.-A Committee to consider of the fittest Method for bringing and keeping Members together, and concerning absent Members, 25 Mar.-Another Committee to consider of such as are absent, 17 Aug. Instruction to prepare Declaration concerning disabling several to sit; Report concerning the Business of absent Members to be made, 20 & 29 Aug. -1 Sept.-Order for sitting of the Committee, 29 Aug. -7 Sept. Report; several suspended, 2. Order for proceeding with it, 2 & 3. Instructions; Report touching Mr. Russell, 7.-Mr. Lee, 15.-Sir Rich. Wynne, 20.-Sir Jo. Meux, 27. -Touching Mr. Hebblethwaite, 1 Oct.-Mr. Phillips, 6. -Further Report; One admitted; others to be sent for, 4 Feb.-Another Committee to consider of filling up vacant Seats, 17 Sept.-Another Committee to prepare Declaration concerning Proclamations against them; Instruction to consider of Reparation to Persons plundered by the King's Army, 1 Dec.
-, 1641, Bill for better enabling them to discharge their Consciences in proceeding in Parliament, read, 2 June.- Committed; all that come to have Voices, 3 July. Order for Meeting of the Committee, 29.-Bill committed to a Committee of the whole House, 25 Oct.
-, 1642, Bill for Satisfaction of Damages to some of the Members unlawfully imprisoned in the Fourth Year of his Majesty's Reign, read, 9 Apr.

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

Merchandize,
-, 1641, Order against exporting or importing any before Entry, and against Shipping or Landing Goods but at the usual Quays, 9 Aug.

Merchant
-, Adventurers, 1640, Petitions referred to the Committee for Grievances, 21 Nov.-Another referred to the Committee for Trade, 22.-Another, concerning the Naturalization of Merchants Strangers, referred to he Committee for Mr. Heeren's Bill, 21 Jan. Vide Fisher.
-, 1641, their Proposition for advancing Money reported from a Committee, and accepted, 28 May. Their Petition; Declaration that House expects the Performance of their Bargain, 29.-Order for their Attendance on a Committee, 17 June.-A Committee to consider their Patents for Transportation of Cloths and Woollen Manufactures, and to examine Complaints against them; all that come to have Voices, 14 July. Order for their Sitting, 15.-Books in Sir Robert Harley's Custody to be delivered to them, 24 Aug. -Committee revived; Order for their Sitting, and considering the Condition of Wools, and what may be prejudicial to the Advancement of the Prices thereof, 27 Oct.-A Committee to treat with them about a Loan of 50,000l. for Relief of Ireland, 24 Dec. To be thanked for their chearful Compliance, 27. Report that they have advanced 30,000l. Resolution for keeping the Money together till the Scots Propositions are agreed on; Ordinance for their Security to be prepared, 30. Member appointed to prepare it, 31.- Ordinance reported, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence signified, 15 Jan. Members to move them for the other 20,000l. 17.-Order for Interest for their Forbearance, 17 & 20.- Committee revived; Order for their Meeting, 7 Feb. & 16 Mar.-Petition referred, 24 Feb.
-, 1642, Order for Payment of 25,000l. of their Loan, 11 Apr.-Order for acquainting them with a Letter from Lord President of Munster-their Resolution speedily to advance 20,000l. reported; to be thanked thereupon, 26.- Order touching their paying it, 2 & 4 May.-For their Security, 4. Agreed to by Lords, 5.-Another Committee to treat with them about forbearing their Loan of 70,000l. and making it up 100,000l. upon Security of an Act of Parliament; Liberty given them to bring a Bill to Speaker, 10. Committee impowered to withdraw, 12.-To send for certain Persons, and desire them to join with the rest of the Company, and to report the Answer of One of them. 16. Members to desire a speedy Answer, 16 & 18.-Another Committee to treat with them; Persons to be summoned to attend them, 20.-Impowered to treat with other Persons for bringing in ready Moneys upon the Credit of the Stock now preparing-Governor to call the Company together, and inform House who have advanced Moneys, 23.-Members to inquire what ready Moneys they can furnish, 27.-Another Committee to treat with them about a Loan of 10,000l. upon Security of 100,000l. promissed by the City, 7 June. Order for their Sitting, 9.- Member to inquire what Moneys they are willing to pay by Bill of Exchange beyond Sea, 13.-Their Petition concerning furnishing Money beyond Sea; Scots Commissioners to be treated with thereupon, 21.-A Committee to treat with them about the Forbearance of 40,000l. 29 July.-Their Answer reported; A Committee to prepare Order for their receiving it, 1 Aug.-Order about Security to them, 6 Oct. -Their Petition read, and laid aside, 17 Dec.-Members to desire further Forbearance of 20,000l. 20.-Another Committee to treat with them about a Loan of 20,000l. 11 Jan.-Their Petition read, 6 Feb.-House acquainted with King's Letter to them to advance him 20,000l. and with their Proceedings thereupon; Letter read; Thanks thereupon; Resolution for injoining them not to lend it; Order for convoying their Ships-for receiving the Residue of 40,000l. 27. -A Committee to treat with them about further Forbearance, 8 Mar.-Information that some were arrested by the Clothworkers Company, referred to a Committee; Cloth workers to shew Reason why they should not stay Proceedings, 17 May.-A Committee to treat with them about their Foreign Treaties, 12 July.
-, 1642, Bill for Incorporation of those trading to Germany, Calais, and the Netherlands, read, 26 May. Order for Second Reading, 27. Committed, 28.-Order for Sitting of the Committee, 15 June.

Merchant
-, Strangers, 1641, Petition referred to a Committee; Order to forbear levying Poll-money upon them, 11 Aug.- Information of such as desire to be naturalized, 31 Jan.- Petition referred to the Committee for Customers; Order thereupon, 21 Feb.
-, 1642, Message from Lords, acquainting House they had received their Petition to be freed from paying Subsidies and Fifteens; and had referred it to a Committee; a Committee of House appointed to meet them, 26 Mar.-Petition referred, 28. -Another Petition; Question for forbearing to collect the Subsidies till Report, Neg. 4 Apr. Order for it, 5.-A Committee to treat with them about a Loan of 50,000l.; to be a standing Committee, 3 June. Lord Mayor to summon them to meet, 9. English born, not Freemen, to be summoned at the same time, 10.-Lords to be moved to appoint a Committee to go to them with a Committee of House, to treat about a Loan, 14. Their Subscriptions to be paid into the Chamber of London, 17. Lord Mayor to be moved for an Account what is done upon the Order, 30.-Order touching the Manner of paying their Loan, 8 July. Aldermen to inquire what they have underwritten, 20.-Order for Security to them, 1 Aug. -For expediting their Loan, 6. Order for their Security to be prepared, 16. A Committee to prepare it-Returns of their Subscriptions to be sent to Lord Mayor, 29.-Ordinance for their Security agreed to; Lords Concurrence signified, 7 Sept.-Their Petition; Order to forbear the Levying of Moneys upon the Bill for 400,000 l.-a Committee to consider the List of those that shall be presented as Merchant Strangers, 19 Oct.-Order for their paying the One per Cent. at Dover, 20.-Renewed, 5 Jan.-Order touching Re-payment of their former Loan-a Committee to treat with them about bringing in the Moneys promised, 29.
-, 1641, Bill for confirming the Offices of Package, &c. of their Merchandize upon Lord Mayor and Commonalty of London, read, 19 Feb.

Merchant
-, Taylors Company, 1641, offer 200 l. for Relief of Londonderry, 31 Jan.

Meredith,
-, Hugh, 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 3 Aug.

Merioneth
-, County, 1641, Earl of Pembroke nominated Lord Lieutenant, 11 Feb. Deputy Lieutenants approved; another to be recommended, 18 Mar.
-, 1642, Sheriff to give Account of the Poll-money, 24 May.-To pay it in by a Time limited, or be sent for as a Delinquent, 9 June.-To be sent for, 25 July.

Merrick,
-, Sir John, 1642, Order for Payment of his Arrears, 23 July. Sent to Lords, 26.-Information of Words spoken by him, 15 Nov. Acquitted, and ordered to repair to his Charge in the Army, 17.-Letter from Lord General concerning him, referred to a Committee, 2 Dec.

Merriott,
-, Mr. Vicar of Swakeliff, 1642, to be summoned to appear, 26 July.

Merry,
-, Samuel, 1642, Petition referred to the Committee for maimed Soldiers, 26 Nov.

Merton
-, College, 1642, Member to prepare Order that it be not bound by the Bishop of Canterbury's Injunctions, 11 July. Order presented, 12. Agreed to by Lords, 15.

Messages
-, from King. Vide King.
-, from Queen. Vide Queen.
-, from Lords, 1640, signifying what time the King would be attended at Whitehall, 3 Feb.-Desiring House to fit on a certain Afternoon; Answer thereto, 20 Mar.
-, 1641, desiring House to fit in the Afternoon; Answer thereto, 14 Apr.-5. 10. & 26, May.-4. 7. 15. 19. 22. 24, & 25, June.-Signifying what time the King would be attended at Whitehall, 8 May.-Desiring House to attend King's Commission for passing Bills, 10 and 27 May.-31 Aug.-Exception taken to Messenger's coming without his Black Rod, and coming in before he was called, 10 May. -Signifying what time the King will be at the House, 5 July.-Exception taken to a Message sent by one Messenger; Message to Lords thereupon, and Answer, 31 Aug.- Desiring House to sit after a Conference; Answer thereto, 1 Dec.-Acquainting House they had continued to sit at their Request-that they had appointed the Committee for the Safety of the Kingdom to meet at Grocers Hall, and receive King's Answer to a Petition during Adjournment, 2 Feb.- Desiring House to attend King's Commission for passing Bills, 4 & 14 Feb.-19 Mar.-Acquainting House that they intended to adjourn over, 2 Mar.-That they fat at their Request, and were adjourned, 18.
-, 1642, Desiring House to continue sitting; Answer thereto, 12 Apr.-20 May.-7 June.-To attend King's Commission for passing Bills, 22 Apr.-3 May.-Acquainting House they intend to sit in the Afternoon, 7 & 24.-Desiring House to sit in the Afternoon; Answer thereto, 16 June. -11, 12. 14. & 23, July.-2. 4. 8. 11, 12. 14, 15. 17. & 23, Nov.-15 Dec.-Acquainting House they will sit in the Afternoon; Question for Adjournment, Neg. 11 Mar.
-, to Lords, 1640, desiring them to sit in the Afternoon; Answer thereto, 20 Mar.
-, 1641, desiring them to continue sitting; Answer thereto, 12 Apr.-26 Nov.-14 and 22 Jan.-2 Feb.-17 & 18 Mar.-Desiring them to sit in the Afternoon; Answer thereto, 16 & 22 May.-30 June.-3. 5. 8. & 28, July. -4, 5, 6, 7. 9. 11. 16. 24. 26. & 30, Aug.-30 Oct.- 9 Nov.-6. 8. 11. 14. 21. & 24, Dec.-15 Jan.-19 & 22, Mar.-Desiring them to send down a Money Bill, to be presented by Speaker, 12 July.-Desiring them to sit on a Sunday; Answer thereto, 7 Aug.-Desiring them to sit after their Return from King; Answer thereto, 8.-With an Order for the Attendance of Members, and desiring them to continue a convenient Number of theirs; Answer thereto, 30. -Desiring them to sit in Afternoon, and next Day; Answer thereto, 8 Sept.-Desiring to sit next Day; Answer thereto, 11 Jan.-To meet every Morning at Eight o'Clock; Answer thereto, 14.-With a Resolution for adjourning, and continuing their former Orders concerning Committees to sit in London; Answer thereto, 20.-Desiring them to restrain a Prisoner of theirs from speaking to any one, and that he may be examined by Members of the House, 24.-Motion for a Message to desire them to sit next Day, 21 Feb.- Desiring some of their Prisoners may be examined by a Committee of House, 28.-Desiring them to sit next Day; Messengers called back, 2 Mar.
-, 1642, desiring them to sit in the Afternoon; Report that they are risen, 26 Mar.-Desiring them to continue sitting; Answer thereto, 29 Mar.-2 & 28 Apr.-12 & 25 May.-26 Aug.-3. 12. 15. 20. and 22 Oct.-15 Dec. -3 & 9 Mar.-Desiring them to sit next Day; Answer thereto, 11 Apr.-5 Nov.-Desiring them to meet after Sermon, 26 Apr.-24 May.-Desiring them to sit in the Afternoon; Answer thereto, 2 May.-3 June.-15 July. -23 Sept.-3 Oct.-16 Jan.-28 Feb.-Acquainting them House intends to meet next Day at Eight, and adjourn at Ten o'Clock, 9 May.-Taking notice of their Order for calling a Common-council for Advance of Moneys, 17 Jan.

Metcalfe,
-, Charles, 1642, ordered into Custody, 11 Oct. Committed to the Marshalsea, 13. His Petition read, and Order for his Discharge, 29.

Metham,
-, Sir Tho. 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 25 & 26 Apr.

Meux,
-, Sir Jo. 1642, to be summoned to attend the Service of House, 15 Aug.

Mews,
-, 1642, Order for seizing Oats and Provender there, 14 Nov.-For disposing of them for the Use of the Army, 29. -the Committee for Irish Affairs to take care of transporting them into Ireland, 4 Feb.

Michael,
-, St. Bassishaw, 1641, Petition of Parishioners read, avowed, and referred to the Committee for scandalous Ministers, 11 Nov.-Lecturer appointed, 18 Mar.
-, 1642, Petition of Inhabitants; Lecturer recommended, 3 Sept.

Michaelmas
-, Term, 1640, Bill for Alteration thereof, read, 14 Jan. Committed, 27.-Order for Meeting of the Committee, 6 Mar. Bill reported, and to be ingrossed, 11. Passed, 20. -Sent to Lords, 10 May. Returned, with Amendments; Amendments read thrice, and agreed to, 13.
-, 1642, Conference desired by Lords concerning removing it to York; agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; Votes from Lords agreed to, 17 May. Another Conference desired with Lords thereupon; Managers appointed; Conference agreed to, 24.

Michaelson,
-, Dr. 1641, to be summoned to attend, and, upon Refusal, to be apprehended as a Delinquent, 30 Nov.

Michell,
-, Mr. 1642, to be allowed 20 l. out of Contribution moneys; Order for immediate Payment thereof, 2 Nov. Lords Concurrence signified, 11.

Michinhampton,
-, 1642, Petition of Parishioners; Lecturer recommended, 18 May.

Middlesex,
-, 1641, Petition of Gentlemen, &c. Speaker's Answer to Persons who preferred it, 24 Jan.-Earl of Holland nominated Lord Lieutenant, 10 Feb.-Lords to be moved to join in desiring the Trained Bands may be drawn forth; Answer thereto, 18.-Deputy Lieutenants approved, 17 Mar. Others to be recommended, 17, 18. & 22.
-, 1642, Loan of 500 l. accepted, 24 May. Order about the Payment thereof, 24 & 27.-Trained Bands to be thanked, 27.-Certificate of Moneys collected upon Contributions presented, and referred to the Committee for Contributions, 17 June.-Under-sheriff to be summoned to attend for publishing a Proclamation concerning the Militia, 5 July. -Order for training Volunteers, 5 Sept.-Order from Lords for searching Stables, and listing Horses, agreed to; a Committee to join with Justices in putting it in execution, 22. Oct.-Serjeant to apprehend, and convey to Prison, Persons refusing to appear in Arms upon Deputy Lieutenants Warrants, 1 Nov.-Colonels and Captains impowered to punish Deserters, 11.-Names of Defaulters to be returned to House, 22.

Middleton,
-, Sir William, 1641. Vide Privileges.
-, Captain, 1641, Petition read; nothing done upon it, 12 Mar.
-, Sir Tho. 1642, to continue in Derbyshire to see the Militia put in Execution, 14 June.
-, Mr. 1642, thanked for his Services, 24 June.-A Committee to withdraw, and receive Informations from him, 26.

Midhurst,
-, 1640, Resolutions about the Sitting of Burgesses returned, 6 Jan.-Further Resolutions relating thereto; Return to be amended, 15 Feb. Amended, 20.

Midwinter,
-, 1640, Process for a Fine imposed on him by the Council Chamber, and Suit upon a Bond to the Warden of the Fleet for Fees, to be stayed, 28 Jan.

Mildmay,
-, Sir Henry, 1641. Vide Privileges.
-, Lady, 1642, High Sheriff to preserve her House from being plundered, 27 Aug.

Mile-end.
-, Vide Radcliffe.

Miles,
-, Gabriel, 1641, his Case reported from the Committee for the Court of Wards; Proceedings against him voted just, 27 May.

Milford
-, Lane, 1641, Serjeant to apprehend House-keeper there, and, if necessary, require the Assistance of Constables, &c. 11 Nov.
-, Haven, 1641, Letters and Informations concerning Ships with Provisions for Ireland stayed there, sent to Lords, 26 Feb.
-, 1642, Petition relating thereto referred to Lord Admiral, Apr.-Lord Admiral to be desired to send a Ship for Defence thereof, 19 July.-Order for inlarging the Time for the Ship, 15 Sept.

Militia,
-, 1641, a Committee to prepare Ordinance for putting them into a Posture of Defence; Committees added; Ordiance read, and agreed to, 15 Nov.-Militia to be considered in a Committee of the whole House, 31 Dec.-A Committee to withdraw, and prepare a Petition to the King for putting them into Hands the Parliament can consider in, and Heads for a Conference; Petitions from Lord Mayor, &c. to be read thereat; Heads reported; Petition to be presented by a Committee, 25 Jan. Report of Delivery, and King's Answer, 27.-Another Committee to attend him; Members to withdraw and prepare a Message in Writing, to desire a further Answer; Message reported, read, and agreed to, 28. Report of Delivery; further Answer referred to a Committee, 29. Report of Resolutions; a Committee to draw them into the Form of a Declaration; Order concerning disposing of the whole Militia of the Kingdom read, agreed to, and to be sent to Lords, with the Inducement thereto, 31.-Resolution touching the Adviser of King's Answer; Message to Lords to desire them to join in a Petition for putting the Militia in safe Hands-to take Notice of the Vote of House concerning King's Answer- to tell them they must not expect House to come to them again on this Business, 1 Feb. Petition read, agreed to, and sent to Lords; a Committee of both Houses to present it, 2. King's Answer reported, 4. Further Answer communicated by Lords, and referred to a Committee; Additions to former Votes concerning the Militia; Conference to be desired with Lords there upon; Managers appointed; Conference agreed to, and held, 7. Lords Amendments reported, read, and agreed to; another Conference to be desired with them; Managers appointed; Conference held; Paper returned, with Amendments; House adhere to their former Vote; free Conference to be desired with Lords concerning their Amendments; Managers appointed, and to assign Reasons for disagreeing thereto, 8. Reasons reported; free Conference desired; agreed to, held, and reported; Lords Amendments agreed to, 9.-Names of Persons to be recommended to the King to be trusted with the Militia, agreed to by Lords, 12.-Message to them, desiring the Ordinance for the Militia may be presented to the King, and Commissions granted to Persons named therein; Lords Answer; a Committee to draw up the Ordinance, with Names inserted, 14. Ordinance reported; Clause added; Lords Concurrence signified; Ordinance to be ingrossed, 15. Ingrossed Ordinance sent to Lords, 16. King's Answer communicated by them; Resolutions thereupon; Conference desired; agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held; Lords Concurrence signified; a Committee of both Houses to consider what is fit further to be done, 28.-Answer to King's Message sent from Lords; a Committee of both Houses to present it, 1 Mar. King's Answer reported; Copy thereof communicated by Lords; Resolutions there upon; Conference to be desired with Lords; Managers appointed; Conference agreed to, and held; Lords Concurrence signified; the Committee of both Houses to consider of King's Message-Ordinance concerning the Militia read, and referred to a Committee; additional Committees to acquaint them with the Exceptions, 2.-A Committee to prepare Heads for a Declaration for justifying the Ordinance, 14. Heads reported, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence signified; Heads referred to the Committee of both Houses, 15.-Free Conference desired by Lords concerning King's Message about the Ordinance; agreed to; Managers and reporters appointed; free Conference held, and reported; House adhere to their Votes; further Resolutions sent to Lords, 16. Their Amendments reported, 17. Referred to a Committee, 18. Report; Amendments disagreed to; Conference to be desired thereupon; Managers appointed, 19. Amendments amended; Conference held, 21.-A Committee of both Houses to inquire where the Message was framed, 16.
-, 1642, Message to be sent to Lords, desiring them to order Lord Lieutenants forthwith to put the Ordinance in Execution, 1 Apr. Sent; their Answer, 2. Another Message to the same Purpose, and Answer, 7.-Lords to be desired to send down the Form of Commissions to Colonels and Captains, 4. Form read, and agreed to, with Amendments, 8. Draughts thereof read, agreed to, and to be returned to Lords; Messenger to desire they would issue them forthwith, 15. Their Answer, 18.-A Committee of both Houses to prepare a Declaration to the Kingdom to prevent any further Stir about the Militia, 21.-Report to be made, 9 May. Order for Meeting of the Committee, 9 & 10.-for withdrawing and Sitting, notwithstanding the Sitting of House, 12. Declaration to be considered, 13. Read, agreed to, and to be sent to Lords; ingrossed; no Copies to be given out, 14. A Committee to withdraw, and examine it; sent to Lords, with special Recommendation, and desire it may be printed, and published in all Churches, 16. Their Concurrence signified, 19.-Message to Lords, desiring them to order the Ordinance to be put in Execution through the Kingdom; their Answer-Conference desired with them touching a Declaration, against raising Forces; agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, 30 Apr.-Declaration, to accompany the Ordinance, read, and agreed to, 3 May. Returned from Lords, with Amendments, 4. Amendments agreed to; Lords to be desired it may be printed; Answer thereto, 5.- Message to be sent to Lords, desiring them forthwith to issue Commissions, and appoint Days for exercising the Trained Bands-Vote conceived for Indemnity of Persons who should put the Ordinance in Execution, read, and referred to a Committee-Form of a Deputation to Captains sent from Lords, and referred; Vote and Form reported, and sent to Lords, 12. Form disagreed to by them; a Committee of both Houses to perfect it; sent to Lords, with Desire the same may be for Officers of Horse, 13.-A Committee of both Houses to take care the Ordinance be speedily put in Execution, 19. Lords desired they may meet; Answer thereto, 22. -Desired to impower them to prepare Order for Indemnity of Persons having exercised, and a Declaration concerning exercising by Appointment of the Lieutenant or Deputy Lieutenants, and to consider a Declaration and Proclamation in opposition to the Ordinance; Answer thereto, 1 June. Report touching Days appointed for putting the Militia in Execution, and touching Counties that have no Lords Lieutenants; another Committee to prepare an Ordinance for Deputations to Deputies in those Counties, 3. Ordinance agreed to by Lords, and to be printed, 4-The Committee for the Militia to appoint Days for their Mustering, 7.-A Committee to prepare Declaration to prevent any Discouragement in the Execution of the Militia, 9 July. Declaration read, and laid aside for a time 12.-Copies of Instructions to Committees to be transcribed; a Committee to prepare Additions, 5 Aug. Additions reported, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence to be desired; Instructions re-committed as to the Addition of the Lord Lieutenant of each County, 6.-The Committee for Defence of the Kingdom to consider of a general Order for raising them, 20.-Chief Officers to seize the Arms of Defaulters, 14 Nov.-A Committee to prepare Order to compel them to appear, 21 Dec.-Proposition for the Militia to be considered, 5 Jan.
-, 1641, a Committee to prepare Bill concerning them, and for providing Powder and other Munition for Defence of the Kingdom, 15 July. Bill read, 19. Committed, 24. List of Lords and Deputy Lieutenants to be brought to the Committee, 29.-Members to present a List of Commissioners to them, 5 Aug.-Order for their Sitting, 10 Aug. -27 Nov.
-, 1642, Bill from Lords for ordering the Militia in England and Wales, specially recommended, read twice, and committed, 9 July. Reported, 12.

Millard,
-, Michael, 1641, Petition read, and referred to the Committee for the Trained Bands, 6 Nov. Vide Militia.
-, Mr. Justice, 1642, Speaker's Letter to him, read, and agreed to, 10 Sept.

Milles,
-, Mrs. 1641, Two Members to examine her concerning harbouring Priests and Jesuits, 13 July.

Mills,
-, Captain, 1642, committed to the Compter; a Committee to examine him, 27 Dec.

Milton,
-, and Gravesend, 1642, Petition of Inhabitants, 24 May.

Milward,
-, 1642, Letters and Examinations concerning him, referred to the Committee for Informations, 25 Oct.

Mims,
-, Sir Jo. 1642, Lord Admiral to be moved to require his Attendance upon House, 8 June.

Minchenden,
-, Upper, 1642, Order for supplying the Cure, and receiving the Profits, 6 Mar.

Minehead,
-, 1642, Information of Soldiers stayed there; Lord Lieutenant of Ireland to inquire where the Fault is, 17 May. -Meer Irish and Papists there to be sent to Ireland-House to consider of Relief to distressed Protestants, 18.-Member to inquire whether the Soldiers are gone, 24.
-, 1642, Election; Petition referred to the Committee of Privileges, 10 Aug.

Ministers
-, 1640, Remonstrance touching Church Government, 23 Jan. Vide Church Government.-A Committee to consider several Petitions concerning preaching Ministers, and to receive all of the like Nature; to consider how they may be set up where there are none, and of removing scandalous Ministers, and to give Account of preaching Ministers in their several Counties, 19 Dec.-Petitions referred, 30 Dec.-2. 8. & 22, Jan.-1 & 9 Feb.-The Committee to consider of a Decree concerning Impropriations, 31 Dec.- Committees added, 8 Jan.-Order for Meeting of the Committee, 1 Feb.-Another Committee to consider of Commissioners to be sent into the several Counties to examine Scandals in Ministers, 20 Mar.
-, 1641, Order for Meeting of the Committee, 8 & 17 May.-30 Oct.-Petitions referred, 11 Nov.-21 Dec. -2 Mar.-Order for making Report, 30 Oct.-Committee to receive Certificates concerning taking the Protestation, 8 Mar.
-, 1642, Petition referred, 25 & 28 Mar.-4 & 7 Apr. 7 & 13 May.-9. 18. & 24, June.-Order for Sitting of the Committee, 25 Mar.-5 Apr.-7 & 13 May.- Committee added, 7 Apr.-Report touching Dr. Wysherd, 18 June. Vide Wysherd.-A Collection to be made for plundered Ministers, 27 Dec.-A Committee to consider of Relief for them, and of sequestering Malignants Livings, 31. -Committees added, 9 Jan. Report; Resolutions for sequestering several, 23.-Further Report touching Dr. Lafield, and Dr. Holdesworth, 2 Feb. Vide Singulos.
-, 1640, a Committee to prepare Bill against scandalous Ministers, 20 Mar.
-, 1641, Committee to stand, 1 June. Bill read, 23. Committed, 24.-Names of Commissioners ordered, 12 July.-Committee revived; Order for their Meeting, 21 Dec.-19 Feb.-Bill to be reported, 19 Feb.-21 Mar. Reported, 22. To be ingrossed, 23.
-, 1642, Order for Third Reading, 5 Apr. Ingrossed Proviso read thrice, and to be added; Resolutions touching the Commissioners; Bill passed, 7. Sent to Lords, 12.- Lords desired to expedite it; Answer thereto, 1. 4. & 25, June.- 30 Dec.-27 Jan.-House put them in Mind thereof, 30 June.-Bill returned, with Amendments; Amendments agreed to; Bill to be sent to the King, 30 Jan.
-, 1641, Petition of divers Ministers read; One heard in the Name of the rest; Speaker's Answer, 20 Dec. Petition referred to the Committee for scandalous Ministers, 21.- A Committee to consider of establishing preaching Ministers, 4 Apr. Order for their Sitting, 11. Committees added, 15. Propositions to be offered, 28.
-, 1642, Bill for better Maintenance of the Ministry, committed, 25 Mar,-Order for Sitting of the Committee, 15 & 19 Apr.-All that come to have Voices; Order for Meeting of the Committee on certain Days, and afterwards de die in diem, 16 May.

Minnes,
-, John, 1641, approved of to be Captain in the Navy, 10 Mar.
-, 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, for refusing to come to the Earl of Warwick, or deliver up his Ship; Lords Concurrence signified, 4 July. Message from them, signifying their Intention for his Inlargement upon Examination; Answer thereto, 7. Order for immediate Payment of his Arrears, 15.

Minor,
-, Winter, and others, 1642, to have Licence to pass into Holland, 27 June.

Minors,
-, Tho. 1642, to be delivered into Serjeant's Custody, 13 Feb.

Minshall,
-, Sir Richard, 1641, to be forthwith summoned to appear, to answer a Complaint of the Bailiff of Bucks; Witnesses to be summoned, 5 Aug. Ordered into Custody, 12. To be discharged, 17.

Minsteed,
-, 1642, Petition of inhabitants; Curate to be re-admitted, and paid his Arrears, 15 Feb.

Mint,
-, 1641, Petition of Officers referred to a Committee, 22 Nov.
-, 1642, a Committee to inquire of Officers concerning Monies brought in, 26 May. Report, 27.-Letter concerning Materials belonging thereto, being stayed at Scarborough; the Committee for the Navy to send for Mr. Byatt and examine the Business, 23 July.-Order against Officers quitting their Charge, 5 Oct.-Lords to be moved to join in a present Tryal of Pix Money, 23 Feb.-Their Concurrence signified, 3 Mar.

Mohun,
-, Lord, 1642, his Son to have Warrant to go beyond Sea, 8 Aug.-Conference desired by Lords concerning a Letter from Lord Mohun; agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported-Member to impeach him at Lords Bar, 27 Sept.
-, Captain, 1642, committed to Lord Petre's House, 2 Jan.

Molly,
-, Hugh, a Franciscan Fryar, 1642, to be forthwith brought to London, 30 Mar.-To be sent back to Pembroke Gaol, 5 May.

Molyneux,
-, Sir Vivian, 1642, Letter from Deputy Lieutenants concerning him, Mr. Brewer, &c. Order for sending for them in safe Custody; Conference desired thereupon; agreed to, held, and reported, 24 Nov.-Warrant for their Discharge ordered, 2 Dec.
-, Lord, 1642, Order for apprehending a Person under that Name, 24 Oct.

Moniers,
-, Company, 1642, Petition referred to a Committee, 19 Sept.-Another Petition; Order for Security of their Horses, 21 Dec.

Monmouth
-, County, 1641, Lord Keeper to be moved for a Commission to Justices to tender Oaths to suspected Persons, 20 Jan.-Lord Philip Herbert nominated Lord Lieutenant, 11 Feb.-Petition of Inhabitants referred to the Committee for Monopolists, 16.-Deputy Lieutenants approved, 17 Mar. -New Writ, 19.
-, 1642, Order for disarming Recusants, 29 Mar.- Lord Lieutenant to be summoned to grant Deputations to his Deputy Lieutenants, 26 July.-Earl of Pembroke nominated Lord Lieutenant, 29. Lords Concurrence signified, 30. Deputy Lieutenants approved, 29 & 30-The Committee for Defence of the Kingdom to consider of speedy Defence for the County, 29 Aug.
-, Town, 1641, Magazine to be removed from thence to Newport, 7 Feb.
-, 1642, Certificate of the Mayor's Refusal; Justices to see the Order executed; Mayor to be summoned to attend, 29 Mar.-To be discharged unless Information come in next Morning, 14 Apr. Certificate read; Person examined; Lords to be moved to join in an Order for Removal thereof; several Persons sent for as Delinquents; others to be put out of the Commission of Peace, 28.-Conference to be desired with Lords concerning the Certificate and Informations; Managers appointed; Heads agreed to; Managers to prepare themselves, 29.-Conference desired concerning removing the Magazine; agreed to, 7 May. Another desired, agreed to, and held, 9. Lords desired to expedite the Propositions made thereat; their Answer, 11.-Petition of Gentlemen read; Speaker's Answer to Persons who preferred it; Petition to be entered, 17.-Letter concerning the Judges Refusal to read the Order against the Commission of Array; Members to go down, and see the Militia put in Execution; Conference to be desired with Lords; Managers appointed, 8 Aug. Instructions sent to Lords, 10. Lords desired to hasten them; Instructions returned, with Amendments; Amendments agreed to, 11.-Proceedings of the Deputy Lieutenants reported; Order for thanking them; Relation to be made to the Committe for Defence of the Kingdom; the Committee to provide for their Safety, 13 Sept.
-, Earl of, 1642, impeached, 11 June. Vide Northampton, Earl of.

Monnings,
-, Mr. 1642, to have Liberty to peruse the Evidences in Lambeth House concerning his Estate, 15 Feb.

Monopolies,
-, 1642, all Patents and Grants thereof complained of, to be brought in, 23 Nov.

Monopolists
-, and Projectors, 1640, Order against their Sitting in the House, 9 Nov.-Motion for Members knowing any to name them, 12.-A Committee to inquire who have sat since the Order, 16. Petition referred, 16 Nov.-29 Jan. Order for their Meeting; Committees added, 19 & 26 Nov.-5 Dec.- -Complaint against Sir Jo. Jacob, referred, 21 Nov. Further Power given the Committee; Mr.Harrison's Case referred, 23. Motion for additional Committees, 26.-Report to be made, 20 Jan. Made; several Members expelled; further Report to be made, 21.-Made; another Member expelled; further Power given to the Committee, 2 Feb.
-, 1641, Petitions referred, 3 Aug.-16 Feb. Committee revived-Business concerning Mr. Long and Mr. Hooke referred, 5 Feb.

Mon-Sigott,
-, Monsieur, 1641, to be summoned to appear, 30 Oct.-To be sent for by Serjeant, if he does not appear at a Time appointed, 1 Nov. Sent for, 2. Members to inquire of Lord Mayor, before whom he was brought, what is become of him, and if in Custody to continue so, 20.

Monson,
-, Lord, 1640 & 1641. Vide Privileges.
-, 1642, to attend the Service of House, 4 Feb.

Montgomery,
-, 1641, a Committee to search Records for Persons put in, or left out of, the Commissions for Peace and Pollmoney for the County, 14 Aug. Mr. Price's Case reported, 16.-Earl of Pembroke nominated Lord Lieutenant, 11 Feb. -Deputy Lieutenants approved, 18 Mar.
-, 1642, Sheriff to be thanked for not publishing certain Proclamations, 30 Aug.-Letter concerning the State of Affairs there, 12 Sept.

Montgomery,
-, Sir James, 1642, Petition concerning Persons in Ireland reduced to their Obedience, 7 Oct.

Montmorris,
-, Lord, 1640, King to be moved for his Letters to Lord Strafford, 13 Nov. His Answer, 14.-His Petition to be considered by a Committee, 3 Dec. Report to be made, 24. Made; Proceedings against him in Ireland voted illegal, 31.-A Committee to consider of a Method for presenting the Report to Lords; the Committee for the Charge against Earl of Strafford to make use of it, 6 Jan. Order for Sitting of the Committee, 12.-Petitions referred, 5 Feb.
-, 1641, Declaration read, and to be ingrossed, 8 Sept. Ingrossed Declaration read, and sent to Lords; Report of Delivery, 9.

Moone,
-, Mr. 1642, Glass from Venice seized by virtue of a Patent, to be delivered to him, 12 Apr.

Moore,
-, Mr. High Sheriff of Bucks, 1640, to be sent for as a Delinquent, to answer Misdemeanors at an Election, 9 & 19 Nov.-To be bailed, 3 Dec.
-, Edward, a Priest, 1640, King's Warrant for his Commitment, and Secretary Windebanke's for his Discharge, severally read, 1 Dec.
-, Wm.a Recusant, 1641, having taken the Oath of Allegiance, to be discharged from Prison, and sent beyond Sea, 28 Aug.
-, Captain, 1641, to be summoned to attend to answer Matters objected to him, 3 Nov.
-, 1642, to have a Warrant to transport himself, &c. beyond Sea, 2 May.
-, Wm. a Vintner, 1642, his Composition accepted, 9 Apr.
-, Mr. 1642, his Letter to Speaker referred to the Commissioners for Irish Affairs, 30 Apr.
-, Tho. 1642, Order for accepting 100 l. of him, in lieu of Horses subscribed, 22 July.
-, Mr. a Member, 1642, to have Leave to send down Arms and Ammunition for Defence of his House, 28 May.-Order for restoring Arms supposed to be lent in his Absence, 17 Aug.
-, Captain Rob. and Eliz. Gray, 1642, Petition referred to the Committee for the Navy, 24 Dec.
-, Richard, 1642, to be discharged, 5 Jan.
-, Geo. 1642, Lord Chief Justice to grant Habeas Corpus for removing him from Newcastle Gaol, 7 Mar.

Moreton,
-, Lord, 1642, his House to be searched for Arms, 22 Aug.

Morgan,
-, Mr. 1640. Vide Privileges.
-, Sir Tho. and Sir Wm. 1642, to be sent for as Delinquents, 27 Sept.
-, Mr. 1642, Order for Habeas Corpus to remove him from Cardiffe Gaol, 19 Dec.

Morley,
-, Mr. 1640, desired to preach, 9 Nov.-Thanked, and to print his Sermon, 1 Dec.
-, Jane and Mary, 1642, Petition to have Warrant to transport themselves and Three Children into Holland, 12 May.
-, Mr. 1642, to have Leave to buy Powder for Defence of Sussex, 1 July.
-, Sir Wm. 1642, offers Horses and Money; Orders thereupon, 7 & 14 Sept.-Voted incapable of Sitting during this Parliament; Resolution for impeaching him; a Committee to prepare Impeachment; to be sent for as a Delinquent, 23 Nov.
-, Sir Jo. 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 23 Nov.
-, Herbert, 1642, thanked for his Services, 16 Jan.

Morris,
-, Geo. 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 7 Jan.

Morrison,
-, Mr. 1642, to have Warrant to go to Northampton, 28 Nov.

Moson,
-, Tho. 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 20 Feb.

Mostyn,
-, Mr. and others, 1642, to have Licence to go into Flintshire 10 Nov.

Motion,
-, new, 1640, not to be made without Leave, 4 Dec.
-, 1641, none to be made after 12 o'Clock, 23 Mar.

Moulsworth.
-, Guy, 1642, Order for Payment of his Arrears, 8 July.

Moulton,
-, Common Marsh, 1640, Bill concerning it read, 4 Dec.
-, 1641, Committed; Instruction to the Committee, 26 Apr.-Order for their Meeting, 3. 8. & 22, May.

Mounson,
-, Sir Jo. 1642, a Committee to prepare Impeachment against him, 14 Sept. Vide Lindsey, Earl of.

Mountague,
-, Bishop of Norwich, 1640, a Committee to receive all Complaints against him, 13 Jan.-Another Committee to consider the Particulars against him in former Parliaments, and prepare Bill for reversing the Pardon granted him, 23 Feb. -House to join with Lords in petitioning the King to remove him from Court, 16 Mar.
-, Walth. 1640, to be summoned to attend, 27 Jan. A Committee to prepare Questions to be proposed to him, 28. Vide Recusants.-House to join with Lords in a Petition to the King for his Removal from Court, 16 Mar.
-, Mr. 1641, Two Letters to him read; a Committee to inquire into the Author, 24 June.-King to be moved to stop his Allowance; Cofferer to forbear Payment in the mean time; a Committee to prepare Heads for a Conference thereupon, 7 July.
-, Lord Viscount, 1641, Message from Lords, acquainting House that the King, upon his Petition, had given him Leave to travel, and that they approved it, 19 Feb.
-, 1642, Lord General to be moved to send for him, 9 Sept.
-, 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 25 Apr.
-, Sir Sydney, 1642, to be summoned to attend the Service of House, 27 Oct.-Dissents from the Vote for adhering to Earl of Essex; previous and main Questions for voting him incapable of sitting during this Parliament, severally Affirmative; to be secured, and carried to Tower, 3 Dec. His Petition and Order for his Discharge; to be moved to lend 1,000 l. upon the public Faith, 16.
-, Mr. a Member, 1642. Vide Privileges.-Gives Offence in his Speech; pardoned upon his Acknowlegement, 7 Feb.

Mountford,
-, Charles, 1642, to be sent for as a Delinquent, 8 Aug. Order for his Discharge, 13.

Mowbraie,
-, Lord, 1642, Lords to be acquainted with Information touching Twelve of his Horses ready to go to York, 30 June.

Moyle,
-, Mr. 1640, not to sit till his Election decided, 6 Jan.

Moyse,
-, Mr. 1640, Petition read, 15 Dec. Referred to the Committee for the Charge against the Judges, 16.
-, 1641, referred to Mr. Chambers's Committee, 1 July.

Mugleswicke,
-, 1641, Petition of Inhabitants; Order for staying Proceedings at the Quarter Session; further Examination referred to a Committee; Mr. Bradley to be sent for as a Delinquent. Vide Bradley. Lecturer appointed, 22 Feb.

Munster.
-, Vide Ireland.

Munster,
-, Colonel, 1641, Report that King had commanded Lord Lieutenant of Ireland to recommend him to House as a Colonel; Lord Lieutenant to be acquainted that he is provided for, 27 Jan.

Murray,
-, Wm. 1641, voted an evil Counsellor, 15 Feb.
-, Rob. 1641, to pass beyond Sea, notwithstanding former Order of Restraint, 22 Feb.
-, Captain David, 1641, approved to be Captain in the Navy, 10 Mar.
-, Mr. 1642, a Committee to consider about demands upon him, 26 Nov.
-, Geo. 1642, to have Warrant to pass to the King's Army 10 Dec.
-, Mr. 1642, Order for delivering his Horses to Sir Arthur Hasselrigg, 14 Feb.

Muschamp,
-, Agmondisham, 1642, appointed Chief Captain of Lord Kerry's Regiment, 18 Aug.

Musgrove,
-, John, 1642, Petition read, 13 Dec. Vide Crackenthorpe.

Musters.
-, Vide Arms.

Mynhead,
-, 1642, new Writ, 3 June.



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