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'Index - W', Journal of the House of Commons: volume 3: 1643-1644 (1802), pp. 91-98. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=1778 Date accessed: 19 September 2014.


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Wade,
-, Alice, 1643, Petition specially recommended to the Committee for Irish Affairs, 5 Sept.

Waftage.
-, Vide Convoys.

Wainwright,
-, James, and Thomas Brown, 1644, Petition referred to a Committee, 20 May.

Waite,
-, Thomas, 1643, Order for Repayment of Money advanced by him, 26 Oct.
-, 1644, Articles against him referred to the Committee for Rutlandshire, 1 July. Lord Grey to be acquainted that a Day is appointed for hearing the Cause, 12. Another Committee added; Petition of Gentlemen of the County referred, 24.

Wakefield,
-, 1643, Letter, and Relation of taking it, with other Papers, to be printed, with an Introduction, and read in Churches; Order for a publick Thanksgiving in and about London; Lord General to be moved for an effectual Succour to Lord Fairfax, agreed to by Lords; a Committee to consider of ready Money to be forthwith sent him, 27 May.

Wakerley,
-, Mr. 1643, Order for allowing him, 200 £ per Annum, 19 Sept.

Wakerlin,
-, Mr. 1644, Order for paying Part of his Arrears, 3 June.

Wakinham,
-, 1644, Petition of Inhabitants referred to a Committee; Committee impowered to prepare Ordinance thereupon, 1 Nov.

Waldoe,
-, Mr. 1643, Order for restoring his Money, 7 Sept.

Wales,
-, North, 1643, Lord Admiral to be desired to send Ships to guard the Coasts, 27 Nov. - Letter relating the Manner of taking a Bridge at the Entry into it, 28 - Propositions for raising and maintaining Forces for reducing the Six Counties, read, and referred to a Committee, 18 Dec.
-, South, 1644, Propositions for reducing it to be considered, 8 Apr. Read, and referred to a Committee, 10.

Walker,
-, Clement, 1643, Petition read, and referred to a Committee, 12 Oct. To Lord General, 18 - Another Petition concerning Nath. Fienis, and the Surrender of Bristol, read, and avowed; Mr. Prynne's Letter read, 15 Nov. Vide Fienis.
-, Thomas, 1643, Petition referred to the Committee for Sequestrations, 19 Aug.
-, Dr. 1644, his Relation of the State of Lyme, 10 June.
-, John, 1644, Order for restoring his Goods, 6 Sept.

Walkerley,
-, Mr. 1643, to be kept in Custody till he discover the Messenger that brought the Letters and Proclamations from Oxon to his House, 6 Jan.

Waller,
-, Sir William, 1643, his Letter, relating Passages in Wales, read, and to be printed; Letter of Thanks to him thereupon; Lords Concurrence signified, 15 Apr. - A Committee to prepare Declaration how acceptable a Service it will be to assist him, 24 - Ordinance concerning raising Forces for him, agreed to by Lords, 25 - His Letter concerning the taking Hereford; Note of the Prisoners and Articles of Surrender read, 8 May - Ordinance for raising Monies for him, read, and re-committed, 20. Sent to Lords, 26 - Member to prepare Letter to acquaint him what Course the House has taken for present Pay to be made; Letter read, and agreed to, 22 June - His Letter read; Order for satisfying Bills of Exchange drawn for Monies imprested to him, 4 July - Another Letter, relating the Passages of the late Battle, read; Resolution for sending him 10,000 £; Means for raising it; Letters to be sent for Forces to go to his Assistance, 12. Assisting him to be recommended to the Committee of the Militia of London, 15. Ordinance for that Purpose, 17 - Order for delivering him 1,000 Musquets, 18 - To be thanked for his Services - Lord General to be moved for a Commission appointing him Commander in Chief of all the Forces within the Lines, 27 - Commission read, 7 Aug. - Lord General to be moved for a Commission to him to levy Ten Regiments of Foot, and Ten of Horse, and to be Commander in Chief of them, 8. Messengers appointed to attend him with the Vote, 16. His Answer to be delivered in Writing, 25. Commission presented, with a Blank; Blank filled up; Commission delivered to him by Speaker, 26 - Troops formerly under the Command of Sir Walter Erle to be under his Command, 29 - The Committee for Safety to consider of dispatching him with such Forces as can be raised, 1 Sept. - A Committee to examine the Accounts of Arrears of his Officers, 9 - Another Committee appointed to receive them - House undertakes the Payment of Billet-money due - Ordinance for pressing Men for him, 12. Returned from Lords, with a Proviso; Proviso agreed to, 13 - Declaration that House will take effectual Care for the future subsisting of him and his Army - Order for him, upon Want thereof, to address himself to Mr. Trenchard - For paying Monies in Hand for his Use 14. Order for Security of Persons that advance Monies for his Use, 14 & 18 - Order for sending him 100 Barrels of Powder - The Committee for Safety to furnish him with all Necessaries for his March - Members to speak with the several Committees to hasten all Things concerning him - Order for Two Troops of Horse to march with him, 20 - A Committee to acquaint him that Lord General's Army is engaged, and to hasten him away, 21. Order for his Officers and Soldiers to repair to their Colours - For satisfying their Billets, 22. His Letter concerning dispatching his Forces and Artillery to him - Lord General to be desired to pass by any Part of his Conduct that has given him Distaste; his Answer reported, 28 - House declares that he is under Lord General's Command, and ought to receive Instructions from him; his Answer; Lord General acquainted therewith ; his Answer reported - Sir William offers to surrender his Commission of Commander in Chief within the Lines; a Committee of both Houses to attend Lord General concerning it; his Answer reported; Resolution that he is bound to obey Lord General's Instructions, agreed to by Lords, 7 Oct. His Offer to surrender his Commission accepted, 9 - Petition of his Officers read, and referred to Lord General, 21 - Ordinance for Repayment of Monies borrowed, for present enabling him to march, to be prepared, 23 - Members to acquaint him the King's Forces are at Horsham, and to inquire if any Obstructions hinder his March - Liberty given him to take Instruments of War out of the publick Magazines, 24. Order for sending Drakes to him, 26 - Lord General to be acquainted with his dangerous Situation, 2 Nov. His Answer reported, 4 - The Committee for the Militia to be acquainted that many of the City Forces are returned from him, 2 - Petition of Officers of his Brigade, referred to the Committee for Gloucester, 4 - Order for removing Forces billeted near London, designed for his Service - Against executing Warrants for sending Provisions and Money to their Quarters, 7 - The Committee for Safety to enable Forces to march to his Assistance, and consider of a settled Way of paying his Army, 13 - His Letter concerning Proceedings before Basinghouse - Letter of Encouragement to be written to him - Letter to be written to the associated Counties, to send him Assistance - Order for providing 5,000 £ for him, 18. The Money to be borrowed out of the Sequestrations and 20th Part; Order for securing the Repayment thereof, 20 - His Letter concerning the State of his Army; Order for raising 5,000 £ more out of the Excise, agreed to by Lords; Members to take care of sending it, 25. Person appointed to receive and send it, 27 - Letter to be sent to him to acknowlege his Services, and encourage him to persevere - Order for issuing Horse-shoes and Nails for his Use, 15 Dec. - Order for sending him Powder and Match, agreed to by Lords - His Letter read, 18 - Order for sending the Remainder of the 5,000 £ assigned him, 23 - Officers of the Stores in London to issue out Particulars ordered by the Committee for Safety for his Supply - Lord General to be moved for a Commission to him to command the Forces in Kent, Surry, Sussex, and Southampton, 1 Jan. Commission granted; Lord General to be thanked, 3 - His Letter concerning the Surrender of Arundell Castle, and Lift of Prisoners, read, and to be communicated to the Committee of the Militia, with Desire they would order the City Regiments to march to him - A Committee to prepare Letter of Congratulation - The Committee for Safety to consider of all fit Ways to improve the Advantages gained by him - Member to acquaint him what Sense the House has of his Resolution to improve them, and to assure him nothing shall be wanting in them for his Encouragement - Power given him to ransom certain Prisoners, 8 - His Letter concerning the State of his Forces, and a Desire for Payment of their Arrears, read, and referred to the Committee for Safety; further Relation to be made to them - A Committee to write him Letter of Thanks for his Care concerning a Ship stranded there, 15 - Order for providing Shoes, Stockings, &c. for his Brigade, 16. Order for Money for that Purpose - For paying Monies assigned him forthwith, 20 - A Committee to consider of recruiting his Forces, and of raising a constant Pay for their Maintenance; 26 - The Committee for the Militia to be desired to send him a Regiment of Horse - To chuse Four Persons to muster his Brigade, and fee it paid, 29 - Names presented; Lord General to be moved for a Commission to them, 1 Feb. - The Committee for the West to consider of raising Monies to enable him speedily to march, 20. Another Committee appointed for that Purpose, 27 - Both joined; Order for their Meeting, 1 & 5 Mar. - Order for sending 100 Barrels of Powder to Arundell Castle for his Use, 1 - For sending the Remainder of the Horse agreed on by the Four associated Counties, 2 - For his levying them, if not brought in within Three Days - For supplying him with 3,000 £ upon the Credit of Tinmonies, 6. The Committees for the Revenue to give the Tin-farmers Leave to engage their Credit - Order for laying up Forty Barrels of Powder in Farnham Castle for his Store - Governors of the Garisons in the Four associated Counties to receive and obey his Commands, 7 - List of Officers in his Brigade, referred to the Committee of the West, with Protestation of Secrecy; Power given them to name a SubCommittee, 19 - Account of 10,000 £ formerly assigned him, to be audited, and certified to the Committee at Haberdashers Hall; Order for Disposal of the Arrears, 21 - His Letter from Up-Morden read; Member to write Answer, 23.
-, 1644, his Letter to Lord General, relating the Victory obtained over Sir Ralph Hopton; Ordinance from Lords for a publick Thanksgiving for it, agreed to, to be printed, and published. Vide Thanksgiving - Order for 40 £ to the Scouts that brought the News - For 5,000 £ to Sir William, 1 Apr. Severally agreed to by Lords, 2 - Order for paying for Goods bought of the Sequestrators out of his Arrears, 5 - His Letters and Warrants, desiring several Particulars, referred to the Committee for the West, 16 - His Letters concerning beating up the Enemy's Quarter at Sunning, and desiring Supply of Money and other Necessaries, 18 - Another Letter for Supply of Money, read; a Committee to consider of the Payment of the Artillery with him, 27 - Another read; Part thereof, concerning Supplies, referred to the same Committee; the other Part, concerning the Regiment at Farnham Castle, referred to the Committee for the Surry Petitions, 30 - Lord General to be moved for a Proclamation, recommending his Officers and Soldiers to repair to their Colours, 2 May - Another Letter, desiring Supply of Monies, read; Member to acquaint him, by Letter, with the Care taken for providing it, 3 - Opinion of the Committee of both Kingdoms concerning the Marching of his Forces, agreed to, 10 - Order for him to repair to his Charge, 15 - Order for providing Carriages to send him necessary Provisions - His Letter concerning Stores, referred to the Committee of the Four associated Counties, 16. Order for their Meeting, 24 - His Letter; Part thereof, concerning receiving such to Mercy as desire to come in, referred to the Committee of both Kingdoms, 23 - Another Letter referred, 24 - Another read; a Committee to communicate an Abstract thereof to the Common Council, and treat with them about a Loan, 28 - Declaration that it is most convenient for him to go into the West, referred to the Committee of both Kingdoms; whole Business concerning his Brigade referred, 11 June. Copy of their Letter read, and approved, 12 - His Letter concerning the taking of Sudley Castle, 13 - Letter desiring he may continue where he is; the Committee of both Kingdoms to write to him not to return, and acquaint him the House will undertake to fee his Army paid while they are employed out of his Association, 17. Order for the Association to pay Monies payable to him - Ordinance for 1,000 £ for him, 21. Agreed to by Lords, 22. Order for sending it down, 28. Report; that it is ready; a Committee to press the Commissioners for immediate Payment thereof - His Letter read, and sent to Lords; Letter of Thanks thereupon, 25. Commissioners Answer; Proceedings thereupon, 27. Vide Excise - His Letter read - Resolution for establishing his Army; a Committee to consider of recruiting it to the Number established ; of providing a Train of Artillery, and of paying them, 28 - Order for their Meeting; a Committee to be sent down to fee the Payment of Monies be made according to the Establishment of Lord General's Army, 29 - His Letters concerning an Engagement with the King's Forces near Cropredy Bridge, read, 3 July - Warrant for raising Horse in Northamptonshire, for mounting his Musqueteers, and for publick Faith for such as shall miscarry, read, and approved; Order for Saddles, &c. - For raising 10,000 £ for recruiting his Army - His Letter, mentioning an Overture, read; a Committee to prepare Letter of Thanks for his Carriage in the Business, 8 - House to consider of a Supply for recruiting his Army; 10. Matter referred to a Committee, 17. Report re-committed, 20. Further Report; One Month's Pay to be assigned for his Army - The same Committee to consider of speedy providing 1,000 £ 22 - To consider of furnishing him with Draught Horses; Petition of Persons whose Teams have been long in Service under him, referred - Power given him to dispose of Prisoners of War taken by his Forces, except as excepted, 7 Aug. The Committee to consider of present raising 5,000 £ to enable him to march, 9. Resolution for his marching into the West with Horse and Dragoons - Horse to be taken up in the Western Association upon the public Faith - His Foot, when mounted, to be paid as Dragoons, 19. Instructions for present raising the Horse; Commissioners and Markmaster appointed, 20. Instructions returned from Lords, with a Proviso; Proviso agreed to - Order for his marching with the Forces he has ready - Ordinance for 10,000 £ for him, agreed to by Lords - Ordinance appointing him Commander in Chief of all Forces under his Command in the present Expedition, 21. Returned from Lords, with an Amendment; Amendment agreed to, 23. Member to prepare Ordinance for enabling the Committees, in their respective Counties, to press Men for recruiting his Regiments, 24. - His Letter, 29 - Order for sending him Powder, Shot, &c. 31 - His Letter of his Willingness to march, but wants Horses to mount his Musqueteers - Another, desiring the 5,000 £ formerly promised; House promise to take care it shall be speedily sent - Order for his marching, when joined by the Kentish Forces; the Committee of both Kingdoms to write to them to speed their Advance - To order what Forces can be got from Chichester to march to his Rendezvous; the Committee of Sussex to provide Cloathing for them, 2 Sept. - Another Letter, relating that he is upon his March; the Committees of the several Counties to expedite sending their Forces, 7 - His Letter, relating that Lord General and his Horse and Dragoons were joined, 10 - Another, desiring the 5,000 £ in Arrear, read; Order for raising it out of the Excise, 24 - Order for sending down Arms - For Two Troops of Horse to join him, 18 Oct. - For sending down Cloaths and Arms, 21 - Instructions for the Commissioners with his Army, referred to a Committee, 31 - Order for furnishing him with Backs, Breasts, &c. 18 Nov. - For him to declare his Knowlege of the Proceedings of the Armies since their Conjunction, 23. His Narrative referred to the Committee for Instructions, 25. The Protestation of Secrecy upon the Committee to be continued - Order impowering less than Eight to act revoked, 4 Dec. - House to consider of a settled Pay for his Forces, 26 Nov. - Sir William to give present Order to his Horse to march out of Surry into Hants, 28 - Order for providing Monies out of the Excise towards the Payment of his Forces; a Committee to press the Commissioners to advance it, 10 Dec. Vide Excise.
-, Sir Hardress, 1643, Petition referred to the Committee for Irish Affairs, 8 Apr. - Order for stopping all Monies, &c. to be delivered to him, 10 Nov.
-, Edmund, 1643, his Examination concerning the Plot for seizing the City, forcing the Parliament, and joining the King's Armies, reported, and read, 6 June - Message from Lords, desiring he may be examined before their Committees, agreed to; Members appointed to bring him, and deliver him again to the Place whence they receive him, 29 - His Examination reported; Order for bringing him to Bar, 1 July. Members to fee him safely conveyed hither and back; Resolution for bringing him to Bar; Manner of receiving him; his Examinations and Consessions Shewn him; he acknowleges them, and expresses his Sorrow; Business to be further considered, 4. Previous Question for disabling him ever to sit in the House, Affirmative; Debate concerning his Trial to be resumed, 14. - Order for removing him to the Tower, 6 Sept. A Committee to take care he be forthwith sent, 14 - Manner of his Trial to be considered, 19 & 21 Oct.
-, 1644, his Petition read, and to be considered, 15 May - Order for bringing him to Bar, 8 July - Papers concerning him, in the Hands of Members or Clerk to be delivered to the Judge Advocate, 29 Aug. - Another Petition read; previous and main Questions for sining and banishing him, severally Affirmative - A Committee to prepare Ordinance for laying on him a Fine of 10,000 £ or banishing him, 23 Sept. - Ordinance read twice, and committed, 21 Oct. Passed, 26. Sent to Lords, 28 - Fine to be paid with the best Speed - Another Committee to prepare something for communicating the Votes to the Commissioners for martial Law, 23 Sept. Members Commissioners to declare them to the rest at next Sitting, 28 - Ordinance for discharging his Sequestration, sent to Lords, 1 Oct. - Liberty given to go abroad with a Keeper, 26.
-, Thomas, 1643, to pay Mr. Trenchard Purchase-money in his Hands due to a Papist, 7 Oct.

Wallis,
-, John, 1643, Order for Sale of his sequestered Goods, 29 June.
-, Mr. 1643, to be sent for, as a Delinquent; Order for sequestering his Estate, 28 July.
-, Henry, 1644, to have Warrant for searching Houses, and apprehending Persons to be named to Speaker, 19 Dec.

Walloon
-, Artificers, 1643, to have Pass to go beyond Sea, 11 Aug.

Walmer
-, Castle, 1644, Order touching the Repairs thereof, 23 May.

Walsingham,
-, Sir Thomas, 1643. Vide Privileges - Order for Reparation to him out of the Kentish Rebels Estates, 27 July.

Waltham
-, Forest, 1643, Ordinance for selling Timber therein for the Use of the Navy, read twice, and committed, 13 Feb. - Reported, and passed, 16 Mar.

Walthamsiow,
-, 1643, Order for sequestering the Living to the Use of Mr. Lee, 16 Feb.

Walton,
-, Captain Valentine, 1643, his Letter read; Lord General to be desired to exchange Sir Thomas Lunsford for him, 8 July - Earl of Manchester to be desired to make him Deputy Governor of Lynn, 21 Sept.

Wansey,
-, Captain, 1644, Consideration of sending his Troops into the West, referred to the Committee of both Kingdoms, 26 Nov.

Warburton,
-, Captain, 1643, his Letter, with Papers inclosed, read, and referred to the Committee for Safety, 2 June.

Ward,
-, Richard, 1643, a Committee to examine whether he is gone to Oxon; if he is, to prepare Ordinance for sequestering his Office of Searcher at Gravesend, 17 Apr.
-, Captain Thomas, 1643, not to be released or exchanged till further Order, 23 May.
-, Philip, 1643, the Committee for the Navy to consider of him for the Customer's Place at Rochester, 12 Dec.
-, Mr. 1644, Petition; Order for Repayment of his Loan, 16 Dec.
-, Robert and William, 1644. Vide Privileges.

Wardall,
-, Anne, 1643, to have Warrant to pass beyond Sea, 15 Aug.

Wardloe,
-, Colonel James, 1644, Petition read; Order for advancing 200 £ to him upon his Arrears, 4 Sept.

Wardour,
-, Sir Edward, and Edward, 1643, Ordinance for sequestering their Office of Clerk of the Pells, 29 Apr. - Sent to Lords, 2 May. Message desiring them to speed their Answer, 5.

Wardour
-, Castle, 1643, Letter concerning it referred to the Committee for Safety, 11 May.

Wards
-, and Liveries, Court of, 1643, King's Proclamation concerning Wards and Liveries; a Committee to prepare Answer, and peruse a former Bill concerning the Wardships of Persons slain in the Wars, and taking away the Court, upon giving Satisfaction to the King, 14 Apr. - Member to prepare Ordinance concerning the Disposal of the Revenue of the Court for the Use of the Commonwealth, 29 May - A Committee to consider of staying the Revenue, and diverting it from going to Oxon, 1 June - Order for Repayment of Monies paid there since the Prohibition, and for sequestering the Estates of such as compound, to be printed; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 1 July - A Committee to prepare Ordinance for taking away the Court, and allowing the King an annual Satisfaction - Ordinance concerning the Wardship of Heirs of Persons slain in the Parliament Service, sent to Lords, 24 - A Committee to inquire of Lord Say what became of last Year's Revenue, 1 Aug. - Ordinance concerning finding Offices for intitling the King to Wardships, &c. with Directions, and for freeing the Heirs of those that die in the Parliament Service, read, 13 Nov. Committed, 22 - To be reported, 29 Jan. - 2 & 10 Feb. - Offices of Receiver and Clerk sequestered; Disposal of the Clerkship referred to the Committee for the King's Revenue, 11 Dec. - Ordinance for taking away the Court and all Wardships, &c. either of the King or any other Lord, read, 22 Feb. Committed, 24 - The Committee for the King's Revenue to consider of a Way for bringing in Arrears, and to inquire how Bonds or Monies have been conveyed away, and of Security to Persons whose Bonds cannot be delivered, 22. Another Committee joined, and to consider the State of the Arrears and growing Profits, and of bringing them in, and of supporting the Profits arising from the Court till further Order, 27.
-, 1644, Resolutions touching Compositions - Receiver General appointed, 25 Mar. - Ordinance for appointing, read, and committed, 4 Apr. - Ordinance from Lords for changing an Officer, to be considered, 8 - Ordinance from them, concerning the Clerk's Place, 18. Read, and passed, 27 - Master to be desired to expedite the collecting of the Arrears, 6 May - Sheriffs to put in Execution Processes for levying Money due to the King, 1 June - No Wardship of an Heir, whose Ancestor dies in War against the Parliament, to be granted without Consent of the House - The Court to be acquainted therewith, 12 - The Committee to consider of Relief to Persons whose Ancestors died in the Parliament Service, 3 July - Lord Say to be acquainted that it is the Opinion of the House they should be freed from Wardship and Composition - The Committee of both Kingdoms to bring in a Proposition for taking away Wardships - Member to prepare Ordinance for that Purpose, 23 Aug. - Another Member to prepare Ordinance for discharging the Heirs of such as die in the Parliament Service from Composition, Fine, or Reservation, for their Wardships, 27 - Ordinance read, 23 Sept. - Order for Second Reading, 1 & 9 Oct. - Officers of the Court to proceed to Composition as formerly, till further Order, 13 Nov.

Ware,
-, Colonel, 1644, Lord General to send him up in safe Custody, 5 Oct. His Answer, with Captain Abercromy's Deposition inclosed, read; Lord General to be desired to send him up forthwith, 17. The Committee of both Kingdoms to send for him, 26 - Order for his Commitment to the Compter, 7 Nov.

Wareham,
-, 1643, Order for 500 l. towards providing Arms for Defence of the Town and Garison, 23 Dec.
-, 1644, Letter concerning the Rendition of the Town, and Articles of Surrender, read; Articles approved - Order for 1,200 l. for the late Governor's Forces - The Committee for the West to consider of maintaining the Garison, 14 Aug. Report; Resolutions touching Forces to be kept there - Touching the Pay of the Garison - Governor appointed, 17 - Ordinance for assigning 1,000 l. formerly granted to other Forces, to the City Regiment there, read, and agreed to, 26. Lords Concurrence signified, 29.

Warisson,
-, Lord, 1643, to be admitted to debate in the Assembly, 31 Jan.

Warrants,
-, general, 1643, a Committee to consider of the Abuses thereof, 6 May - Ordinance for preventing them in taking Horses, to be shewn to Lord General, 12.

Warren,
-, Colonel, 1643, to be sent up in safe Custody - A Committee to prepare Proofs against him concerning his Miscarriage in Ireland, 5 Mar. - Letter concerning sending him up, read; Order for his Commitment to the Tower; Sentence pronounced, 8 July - Not to be exchanged upon any Terms, 10 Oct.
-, Captain Richard, 1644, to have public Faith for Monies he has Warrant for, and yet unpaid, 20 Aug.

Warwick,
-, Philip, 1643, voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament, 5 Feb.
-, Mr. 1643, to be admitted into the Place at Chatham which Lord Admiral designed him, 13 Nov.

Warwick,
-, Castle, 1643, the Committee for Safety to consider of Means for supporting the Garison, 6 Apr. - Letter about betraying it, to be presented, 5 May - Order for public Faith to Persons who have furnished Money or Plate for Maintenance thereof, 15 Aug. Agreed to by Lords, 24.
-, 1644, Member to prepare Letter to the Governor concerning Cloth stayed there, 30 May - His Letter, desiring Supply of Powder and Match; Order thereupon, 12 July.
-, Town, 1643, Petition of Bailiff concerning maimed Soldiers sent from Keynton, read, and referred to the Committee for maimed Soldiers, 31 July.
-, County, 1643, Committees added to the Committee for Sequestrations, 17 Oct. - High Sheriff appointed, 30 Dec.
-, 1644, List of former Deputy, Lieutenants ordered, 17 Apr. - Petition from thence sent from Lords, and referred to the Committee of both Houses for the Staffordshire Petition, 23 Aug. - Committees Remonstrance, by way of Answer to Aspersions cast upon them, referred to the Committee of both Houses for Lord Denbigh's Association, 23 Sept. Lords Concurrence desired - Petitions of Gentlemen, desiring the Earl of Denbigh might be sent down, read; Speaker's Answer to Persons who preferred them, 30 - Lords to be desired to concur in referring them to the same Committee; Their Concurrence signified, 1 Oct. - Another Petition sent from Lords, with Desire House would concur therein, and in several former Messages, 15 Nov. They put House in mind thereof, 16.
-, Earl of, 1643, Instructions for him read, agreed to, and sent to Lords, 5 Apr. - To be desired to send Two Ships to guard the Scots Coasts, 26 June - His Letter, representing the State of the Ships abroad, read, 22 Aug. - Another, concerning the Necessities of the Navy, and complaining of the Release of Prize Ships; Member to write Answer, 4 Sept. - Another, relating the Necessities of the Fleet, read, 11 - To be desired to direct his Officers to search all Ships that pass, and to stay Women and Children having no Licence from the House, 14 - His Letters read; and referred to the Committees for the Revenue and the Navy, 20 Oct. - His Letter, concerning the Irish Rebels and English Forces coming into this Kingdom, read, and to be printed, 10 Nov. - The Committee for the Navy to desire him by Letter to come up to the Parliament, 22 - Resolution for continuing him Lord High Admiral and Warden of the Cinque Ports; a Committee to prepare Ordinance for that Purpose, 28 - Ordinance read twice, and committed, 5 Dec. Reported; Clause added; Ordinance passed, and to be ingrossed, and sent to Lords, 6 - Order for advancing him Money for Intelligence, 7 - To be desired to attend the Committee for the Navy; Committee to acquaint him with Informations against several Captains, and of more Supplies coming out of Ireland, and desire him to employ such Captains as he can be answerable for, 1 Mar. - To be desired to send a List of Commanders, 13 - His Letter, and Letters inclosed, concerning the taking Four Prizes of Value, 19.
-, 1644, his Letter to be read, 20 Apr. - Another, with Van Trump's Answer to a Letter of his, concerning Arms bought in Flanders, and stayed by him at Dunkirk, read, and referred to the Committee of both Kingdoms, 8 May - To Gentlemen, Members of the House, of that Committee, 10 - His Letter for stronger Ships, and concerning Ships assigned him lying in the River, with two Lists of Ships and Commanders, 11 - Another sent from Lords, 17 - Another relating the State of Lyme, and the Supplies he sent into the Town; Thanks thereupon - The Committee for the Navy to desire him to send Two Ships into the Streights - His Letter concerning a Prize taken going to Exeter, 10 June - Another concerning his Proceedings in the West, a Supply of Ammunition, &c. and concerning Doubts arisen upon the Ordinance to enable Persons to set forth Ships for guarding the Seas, read, 25 - His Letter concerning a Ship taken with Arms - Order for allowing him One Tenth of all Prize Goods, 3 July - Another from Lords, concerning a Fletcher, 13 - Another read, and referred to the Committee for the Navy, 17 - Another concerning the Shipping read, 21 Aug. - Another concerning the Delivery of Ammunition to Lord General's Army, 27 - His Letter, with an inclosed Abstract of one from Captain Ellyson and Captain Thomas, referred to the Committee of both Kingdoms, 30 Nov.

Washbourne,
-, Captain Heriott, 1643, examined touching the seizing Lord Conway's Horses; Lords acquainted with his Answer, 16 June - To command the Forts and Out-guards during Colonel Moore's Indisposition, 3 July.

Washington,
-, Colonel, 1644, Business concerning him to be considered, 11 Nov.

Watchter,
-, Jacob, 1643, Order for permitting his Wife, &c. to pass beyond Sea, 9 Aug. - Revoked; Copy of the Revocation to be sent to Officers of the Out-ports, 10.

Watersord,
-, Bishop of, 1643, Petition referred to the Committee for Irish Affairs, 24 May.

Watermen,
-, 1643, a Committee to prepare Ordinance for privileging their Apprentices that will list under Sir William Waller, 12 Sept. Ordinance read, and agreed to; returned from Lords, with Amendments; Amendments agreed to, 15 - Lord Admiral's Letter, touching their Petition to him not to be pressed to Land Service, read; the Committee for the Navy to prepare Order concerning it, 20 Dec.

Waters,
-, Thomas, 1643, King's Warrant to the Keeper of Newgate for releasing him; Keeper to be indemnified for disobeying it, 28 July.
-, William, 1644, Petition read, and referred to the Committee for Sequestrations, 17 Feb.

Watford,
-, 1643, Petition of Parishioners referred to the Committee for Examinations, 31 Mar. - Resolution for admitting Mr. Goodwin into the Vicarage; Ordinance for that Purpose read, 16 Dec.
-, 1644, committed, 30 Nov.

Watkins,
-, Mr. 1643, Petition against him read, and referred to the Committee for the Navy, 23 June.
-, Sir David, 1643, Order for indemnifying him and others for paying Monies to the Treasurers at Guildhall, 24 Apr. Sent to Lords, 5 May - House put them in mind thereof, 3 & 24 July.
-, 1644, to be thanked for his Services, 27 Aug.

Watson,
-, Mr. 1644, a Committee to prepare Ordinance concerning his Monies in Surgeon's Hall, 21 Oct.

Watterton,
-, John, and Elizabeth Punt, 1643, Petition read, and referred to the Committee for the Navy, 5 Dec.

Watton,
-, 1643, Ordinance for sequestering the Living, read, and agreed to ; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 10 Apr. Message from them, desiring Proofs may be sent up, 25.

Watts,
-, Dr. 1643, Order for Sale of his sequestered Goods - For an Allowance to his Wife and Children, 29 June - For delivering his Books to Mr. Gregory, 3 Oct.
-, Jeremy, 1643, Petition referred to the Committee for Examinations, 24 Feb.

Weale,
-, Job, 1644, his Exchange referred to the Committee of the West, 1 Aug.

Wearmouth,
-, 1643, Order for sequestering the Living, read, and agreed to, 16 Dec.

Weaver,
-, James, 1643, to be sent for, as a Delinquent, for refusing to pay the Weekly Assessments, 11 Apr.

Webb,
-, Mr. John Smith, and Thomas Richardson, 1643, Petition referred to a Committee, 15 Nov.
-, Richard, 1644, Order for Re-delivery of his Prize Goods, upon paying ready Money according to Appraisement, 24 June.
-, Abraham, 1644, Petition read; Order for advancing him 100 £ for furnishing Medicines for Lord General's Army, 10 Oct. Agreed to by Lords, 11.
-, Francis, 1644, Petition referred to the Committee for Examinations, 31 Oct.
-, Mr. Secretary to the Duke of Lenox, 1644, his Letter to Lord Craven in Holland, brought from Oxon, 14 Dec.

Webting,
-, Martin, 1643, to be sent for, as a Delinquent, for abusing the Collectors of the Weekly Assessments, 1 Apr. Order for his Discharge, 12.

Webster,
-, John, 1643, Resolution for accusing him of High Treason; a Committee to receive Informations, and prepare the Impeachment, 8 Mar.
-, 1644, Informations against him, Bainham, Manning, Foord, and Yard, as ill-affected Merchants in the Factories abroad, referred to a Committee, 5 July. Declaration against them, as guilty of high Crimes, presented, to be printed and published, and sent to Lord Mayor, to be published in Exchange Time; Declaration returned from Lords, with Amendments; Amendments agreed to, 6.

Wedgewood,
-, Giles, 1643, Order for his Discharge, upon taking the Protestation, 11 Apr.

Weekes,
-, Aquila, 1643, appointed Keeper of the Gatehouse, 12 Aug.

Welbye,
-, Colonel Philip, 1643, committed to the King's Bench, 13 July.

Welden,
-, Major Antony, 1643, his Manifestation referred to a Committee, 8 Sept. Order for their Meeting, 22. All that come to have Voices, 29.
-, 1644, Letter and Articles concerning him, referred to another Committee, 27 May.

Weldenferry,
-, 1644, Letter concerning the taking it, 22 July.

Weldy,
-, James, 1643, to be summoned to appear in the Assembly, 23 Oct.

Wellbeck
-, House, 1644, Report concerning the Garison; Resolution for continuing it; Governor appointed, 9 Nov.

Welsh,
-, Mr. 1643, to have Warrant to search for Horses taken from him, 12 Apr.

Welsh,
-, Counties, 1643, Ordinance concerning them, agreed to by Lords, with an Amendment, 3 July.

Wembe,
-, 1643, Condition of the Garison referred to the Committee of both Kingdoms, 7 Mar. Letter from thence referred, 11.

Wendover,
-, 1643, Order for sequestering the Living, read, and agreed to, 9 Oct.

Wenman,
-, Lord, 1643, Order for permitting his Trunks, &c. to pass into Holland, 9 Aug. Revoked; Copy of Revocation to be sent to Officers of the Out-ports, 10.
-, Lady, 1643, Order for permitting her to pass into Holland, 9 Aug. Revoked; Copy thereof to be sent to Officers of the Out-ports, 10.

Wentworth,
-, Sir George, 1643, voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament, 22 Jan.

West,
-, Mr. 1643, to be sent for, as a Delinquent, for refusing to pay the Weekly Assessments, 10 Apr.

Western
-, Counties, 1643, Form of a Covenant to be taken by them, read, and re-committed, 10 Apr. - Letter, relating the State of their Affairs, read, 6 June - A Committee to consider how their Forces may be paid Monthly, 22. Revived; Order for their Meeting, 24 - A Committee to receive Propositions for their speedy Relief; Letter referred, 3 Aug. - A Committee to take care of the Safety of the Western Counties; impowered to make use of forfeited Bail Bonds by way of Security, 27 Oct. Order for their Meeting, 30 Oct. - 3 & 8 Nov. - Letter, relating the State of the Counties since the taking Dartmonth, referred to the Committee for Plymouth, 3 Nov. - A Committee to consider of raising Forces, 30 Jan. - Member to prepare Ordinance for borrowing Monies of the Inhabitants, 17 Feb. - Account of Disbursements to be shewn to Sir Arthur Hasselrigg, 19 Mar.
-, 1644, Petition of Gentlemen read; Speaker's Answer to Persons who preferred it - A Committee to prepare Ordinance for enabling some Western Men to go down and put all Ordinances in Execution, 25 June. Ordinance read twice, and committed, 28. Reported, passed, and sent to Lords, 29 - House put them in mind thereof, 1 July - Relation of the State of the Counties, and the Proceedings of Lord General's Army, referred to the Committee for the West, 27 June - The Committee to treat with the Assembly about sending down godly Divines, 28 - Committees to repair to their respective Counties - The Committee to present Names of Two Members of each County to be sent down, 10 July - Consideration of sending Arms, referred to them, 24. Order for them to consider of Informations of 14 Persons hanged in the West, 26. Vide Turpin - To consider of raising Monies to enable the Forces to march, 9 Aug. - A further Party to be sent to join them - Petition of Ministers driven from thence read; nothing done thereupon, 10 - The Committee to present the Names of Gentlemen fit to be sent down presently, 12 - Order for raising 3,000 £ for the present Expedition into the West; the Committee to consider of Security to be given, and treat with Persons that shall discover sequestrable Goods, 20 - The Committee of both Kingdoms to consider what Forces can be spared from any Garisons to march down, 27 - Names of Committees refusing to go, to be returned to the House, 7 Sept. - Ordinance for employing certain Assessments as the Committee shall direct; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 16 - Order for providing Powder, 4 Oct. - Ordinance for applying certain Monies to their Service, read, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence to be desired - Order for delivering Arms to the Committee, to be disposed of by them, 5 - For paying them 500 £ to be disposed of as they shall direct, 11 Nov. Agreed to by Lords, 13 - Petition of Gentlemen read, and referred to the Committee of both Kingdoms, 16 - Order for sending down 2,000 £ sent to Lords, 25 - For advancing the Money forthwith, 5 Dec. Agreed to by Lords - Care of those Parts specially recommended to the Committee of both Kingdoms, 7 - The Committee at Haberdashers Hall to advance the 2,000 £ 17. To advance 5,000 £ Lords Concurrence signified, 23.

Westfield,
-, Dr. Vide Bristol, Bishop of.

Westham,
-, 1643, a Committee to prepare Instructions for Gentlemen going thither; Letter from thence read; Order thereupon, 9 Dec.

Westminster,
-, 1643, Books for the Weekly Assessments to be carried to the Committee at Haberdashers Hall, 6 Apr. - Inhabitants to have Liberty to receive the Sacrament in the new Chapel, 29 June - Bailiff to bring a Prisoner in his Custody to a Committee, 15 Aug. - The Committee for Westminster to examine what Soldiers of the Westminster Regiment have deserted, 18 Nov.
-, 1644, the Committees for the Weekly Assessments to give Account of their Collections to the Committee for regulating Lord General's Army, 2 Aug. Day appointed, 3 - Additional Committees to the Committee for Sequestrations, 5. Agreed to by Lords, 7 - Members to inquire into the Arrears of the Monthly Assessments, 30 - Petition of Inhabitants concerning a Chain set up by Lords in the old Palace Yard; Message to Lords, desiring them to join with the House in pulling it down; Messenger dismissed without Answer, 26 Oct. Another Message, desiring the Passage may be opened till the Business is heard, 28.
-, Abbey, 1643, a Committee to demolish superstitions Pictures there, 24 Apr. Committees added, 25. Committee impowered to demolish them in any Place in and about London and Westminster, 28 - The Treasurer to pay Assessments set upon any of the Foundation, 24 June - The Sub-Dean, &c. to permit the Use of the Pulpit every Sunday Afternoon to Ministers appointed by the House, 19 Aug. - A Committee to consider the State and Abuses of the College, 13 Jan. - Ministers appointed to keep an Exercise every Morning, instead of the Prayers, 28 Feb.
-, 1644, Day appointed for Persons belonging to the Church to take the Covenant, 22 Apr. - Order for employing Brass and Iron in Henry the Seventh's Chapel, according to the Direction of the House, 24 - For melting down and disposing of Plate found in the College, 8 May - Person appointed to hold their Courts, 12 June.

Westmoreland,
-, 1643, Appointment of a Sheriff in the Power of the Earl of Pembroke, 30 Dec.
-, 1644, Lord Wharton appointed Lord Lieutenant; Lords Concurrence signified, 11 Sept. - Colonel Briggs to be recommended to him to be High Sheriff; Lords Concurrence to be desired - Member to prepare Ordinance concerning learned and well-affected Ministers to be sent thither and into Cumberland, 26 Oct.
-, Earl of, 1643, Lords to be moved to continue his Restraint, 10 June - Petition for taking off his Sequestration, read; nothing done thereupon, 13 Feb. Another from Lords to the same Purport, 16.
-, 1644, Report concerning his Composition; the whole Business referred to the Committee at Goldsmith's Hall, 24 June - Report to be made, 13 July - Made; his Composition agreed to, 24 Aug. - Certificate that he has satisfied the Fine - Member to prepare Ordinance for taking off his Sequestration, 7 Sept. Ordinance read, and passed, 11. Agreed to by Lords, with an Amendment; Amendment agreed to, 14.
-, Countess of, 1643, her Petition sent from Lords, 6 Jan.

Weston,
-, Benjamin, 1643, Report concerning him; a Committee to see whether he will contribute upon the Propositions, 27 June - To attend the Committee for sequestering absent Members Estates, 28 Sept.

Weymouth,
-, 1643, King's Letter to the Mayor, to supply the Forces in Portland with Necessaries - Order for indemnifying him, and all others, for not assisting; Letter to him read, and to be signed by Speaker, 10 Apr. - Lecturer recommended, 2 May - Petition of Inhabitants; Order for sending down Powder, 10 June.
-, 1644, Letters concerning the Surrender of the Town, and the Articles of Surrender, read, 21 June - Governor's Letter read, and referred to the Committee for the West, 1 July - The Committee to sell Goods taken there, 5 - Order for sending down Powder, 30 Aug.

Whale-
-, Fishing, 1644, Petition of Adventurers referred to the Committee for the Navy, 16 Sept. - Another Petition concerning prohibiting the Importation of Whale Oil and Whale Fins, referred, 3 Dec.

Wharton,
-, Lord, 1643, Conference desired by Lords concerning an Injury done him by Sir Henry Mildmay, a Member, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; a Committee of both Houses to examine Lord Murray concerning it; Examination reported, and read; nothing done thereupon, 3 Nov. Business to be considered, 16 & 27. Lords put House in mind thereof; Sir Henry Mildmay to attend, 27. Heard; his Answer to be delivered to Lords at a Conference, 28 - Conference desired, and agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, 2 Dec. Message from Lords, acquainting the House they had appointed a Committee to examine the Business, and desiring some Members may be examined upon it, 5. A Committee of both Houses to examine it, and consider of a Paper presented by Sir Henry Mildmay, 7.
-, 1644, Member to prepare Ordinance for bestowing the Wardship of Sir William Savile's Heir upon him, 11 June.
-, Michael, 1643, voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament, 22 Jan.

Whately,
-, Andrew, 1643. Vide Privileges.

Wheeler,
-, Mr. 1643, to attend, and not depart without Leave, 17 Apr. - To have Warrant to go to Oxon, 6 July - Order for Repayment of his Loan, 10 Oct.

Whepstead,
-, 1643, Ordinance from Lords for taking off the Sequestration of the Parsonage, 22 Feb.
-, 1644, they put House in mind thereof, 2 Apr. Ordinance agreed to, 11.

Whettey,
-, Peter, 1644, Petition referred to the Committee for the Navy, 31 Aug.

Whinnell,
-, James, 1644, Petition referred to the Committee for Examinations, 21 May.

Whitaker,
-, Richard, 1643, Petition referred to the Committee for Examinations, 28 Apr.

White,
-, Mr. 1642, Order for sending Three of his Horses to Lord General, 22 Mar.
-, 1643, Order for Sale of his sequestered Goods - For trying him for a Conspiracy, 29 June.
-, Mr. Singing Man of the Abbey, 1643, committed to Winchester House, 29 Apr.
-, Richard, William Osborne, and Nicholas Bagbeare, 1643, Petition read, and referred to the Committee for Irish Affairs, 2 June.
-, Walter, 1643, committed to Lord Petre's House, 20 June.
-, Nathanael, 1643. Vide Privileges.
-, John, 1643, the Committee for the Tower to put him in Possession of a House there, 17 June - Report concerning the Earl of Bath's Averseness to it; Committees added, 1 July. The Committee to take care he have convenient Rooms in Sir John Heyden's House, 17.
-, Mr. 1643, to attend the Committee for Sequestrations with an Account of Monies in the Collectors Hands, 8 Aug. - Order for delivering him Musquets, &c. 9.
-, John, 1643, voted incapable of fitting during this Parliament, 5 Feb.
-, Mr. Keeper of Lord Petre's House, 1644, has Leave to be absent from his Charge, 26 Sept.
-, William, 1643, appointed Clerk of Assize for several Counties, 11 July. Lords Concurrence signified, 12.

Whitehall,
-, 1643, the Committee for Accounts to seize sequestrable Goods there, 11 Sept. The Sequestrators in Westminster to seize them, 13. A Committee of both Houses to be present, 16. Committee added, 20 - Order for selling a Cistern of Plate found there, and disposing of the Proceed thereof, 27 Oct. - A Committee to visit the Vestry - Another to remove the Bed and Furniture taken there, and not sell them till further Order - Another Committee to take into their Custody the Chapel Stuff; Order for disposing of the Proceed thereof, 5 Feb. - The Committee for the Covenant to take Order that it may be tendered to the King's and his Children's Servants - None to preach there but by the Allowance of Two Members - A Committee to inquire and certify to the House what Families are lodged there, 28 - Another Committee to consider of demolishing the superstitious Pictures, 9 Mar.
-, 1644, Lords to be desired to concur in selling the Copes and other Goods seized, 17 Apr. - A Committee to search for ill-affected Persons lodged there, 18 June - List of such as lodged there 18th of June - The Committee to remove ill-affected and scandalous Persons, and dispose of their Lodgings to those well-affected, 22 July - Order for removing all appointed by the Committee to be removed, 27 Aug.

Whitlock,
-, Mr. 1643, to have the Prince's Attorney's Books, and be admitted into his Chamber; Benchers of the Middle Temple to be acquainted therewith, 13 Feb.
-, 1644, to have Warrant to search for Delinquents Monies - Order touching the Disposal thereof when discovered, 17 June.

Whitmore,
-, Sir George, 1643, to be removed from a Ship to Winchester House, 12 Sept. - His Petition for his 5th and 20th Part, read - The Committee for Examinations to consider of removing him to another Prison, 9 Mar.
-, > - Sir Thomas, 1643, voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament, 5 Feb.
-, Richard, 1644, Order for delivering him his Prize Goods, upon paying ready Money according to Appraisement, 24 June.

Whoredom.
-, Vide Incest.

Widdrington,
-, Sir Thomas, 1644, Report concerning him; Order for his Admission into the House, 3 June.

Wight,
-, Isle of, 1642, Petition of Inhabitants read, and referred to a Committee, 15 Mar.
-, 1643, Ordinance for granting Subscription Monies for Defence of the Island, read, and re-committed, 5 Apr. Reported, and passed, 24. Sent to Lords, 28 - The furnishing Ordnance, &c. recommended to the Committee for Safety - Deputy Lieutenants of several Counties to assist the Isle upon any Alarm - A Committee to consider of the late Mayor's Disbursements, and cause Payment to be made, 6 Apr. - Petition of Inhabitants read; Speaker's Answer to Persons who preferred it; a Committee to prepare Ordinance for raising 300 Men, 10 June. Ordinance read, and passed, 19 - Order against carrying out Ammunition belonging to the Earl of Portland, 13 - Additional Committees sent to Lords - Member sent down, 8 July - Governor's Letter, desiring Powder, &c. 7. Order for sending them, 7 & 18 - For sending Lead and Match, 14 - Member to prepare Ordinance for passing the Weekly Assessments to the Inhabitants, 18 Sept. - Ordinance read, and agreed to, 26 - Sent to Lords, 2 Oct. - Governor to permit Soldiers bound for Plymouth to come ashore, 19 Sept. - Order for sending down Shot, 7 Oct. - Committees added to the several Committees, 10 - Petition of Inhabitants, sent from Lords, read; the Committee impowered to send Persons out of the Isle, and secure them - Order for sending Ships - Member to prepare Ordinance for raising Men - Governor heard, and thanked; Order for him to repair to his Charge, 16 - Captains commissioned to raise Forces, limited to receive their Instructions from certain Persons, 10 Nov. - Treasurers of the Isle to pay 80 £ to One of the Captains, 7 Dec. Lords Concurrence signified, 8 - Conference desired by Lords concerning the Isle, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, 24 Jan. Reported; Resolution for continuing a Ship upon the Coasts - Lord Admiral to take care of guarding them, 27 - Message from Lords, desiring they may communicate Letters from thence at a Conference, agreed to, 29. Letters referred to the Committee for Safety, 30 - The several Letters and Informations concerning the Isle, referred to a Committee, 8 Feb. - The Committee of both Kingdoms and the Earl of Pembroke to take care of the Place, while the Business between the Governor and Inhabitants is depending, 22 Mar.
-, 1644, Committees added; Order for Meeting of the Committee, 29 Mar. - Inhabitants to be thanked for their Forwardness in sending Provisions to Sir William Waller, 8 Apr. - Ordinance for settling the Affairs of the Isle, read twice, and committed, 18 June. Committee added; Ordinance reported, and passed, 20. Sent to Lords, 21 - House put them in mind thereof, 10 July - The Committee to be desired to encourage godly Ministers sent thither, 20 June - Order for restoring Musquets borrowed of the Inhabitants, 1 July - Committees Letter read; Order for sending down Arms and Ammunition, 26 - Members to see Swords and Bandileers sent down with Speed, 2 Sept. - Mayor's Letter to the Earl of Pembroke read; Governor to repair to his Charge, and be thanked by Letter for his Services - Boats lying ashore to be taken into the Isle, 21 Oct. - Ordinance from Lords concerning the Governor, 7 Nov. - Ordinance for continuing the Ordinance for Safeguard of the Isle, read, and agreed to, 6 Dec. Sent to Lords, 12.

Wilane,
-, Leonard, 1643, to have Warrant for himself, Wife, &c. to go into France, 29 Apr.

Wilde,
-, Serjeant, 1643. Vide Privileges - A Committee to consider of Reparation to him for Damages sustained by the King's Forces, 10 Apr. - Business between him and the Tenants of the Manor of Belsise, referred to the Committee for Obstructions in Courts of Justice; Tenants to pay him Rents in the mean time, 24 June.
-, 1644, his Informations concerning the Discovery of Delinquents Estates, referred to a Committee, 17 Dec.
-, Edmund, 1643, to have Warrant to go beyond Sea, 4 Aug.

Wilkinson,
-, Mr. 1643, desired to preach, 27 Sept. - Thanked, and to print his Sermon, 25 Oct.
-, 1644, his Petition from Lords for an Allowance, 21 Aug. - Read; Order for allowing him House Rent, 7 Sept. - Another Petition read; the Committee for Sequestrations to settle a convenient Allowance upon him for his present Support, 3 Oct.

Williams,
-, Sir Abraham, 1643, a Committee to examine him concerning his sending to the States Ambassadors, 12 Jan.
-, Captain, 1643, Order for furnishing him with Guns, 7 Nov.
-, 1644, to be examined upon Oath in the Admiralty Court, 14 May.
-, Richard, 1644, his Composition, with the Reason thereof, reported; Resolutions thereupon; the Committee to agree with him according to them, 27 July - Report; Ordinance for discharging his Sequestration ordered, 22 Aug. Read, and passed; Lords Concurrence signified, 28.

Williamson,
-, Captain, 1643, Lord Warwick to be desired to make him Captain of a Ship at Liverpool, 22 Nov.
-, Sir Francis, 1644, Report concerning him; Order for admitting him to a Fine and Composition; Committee impowered to compound with him, 23 Oct.

Willis,
-, Sir Thomas, 1643, Order for stopping Letters going to him beyond Sea - For his Return into England within a limited Time, 14 June.
-, Sir Richard, 1643, committed to the Tower, 10 Feb.
-, 1644, Lord General to be informed that the House cannot assent to the exchanging him, 31 Aug.
-, Major, 1643, committed to the Tower, 10 Feb.
-, 1644, to be exchanged for Major Rigby, 2 Nov.

Willoughby,
-, Captain, 1643, to continue his Command over Soldiers listed under him, 17 June.
-, 1644, his Petition; Order for Payment of his Arrears, 17 May.
-, Sir Francis, 1643, a Committee to prepare Ordinance for sequestering his Estate, 5 Feb. Ordinance read twice, and passed, 16.
-, Lord, of Parham, 1643, Order for paying him Monies disbursed for the Maintenance of his Troop, 5 July - His Letters communicated by Lords, 4 Aug. - Other Letters, concerning his quitting Boston, read, 8 - Member to prepare Ordinance for his levying Sequestrations in Lincolnshire, 10 Oct. - Message to Lords, desiring them to recommend him to an Employment of Honour in the Army, agreed to, 18 - Lord General's Letter concerning him communicated by Lords - His Desires concerning Arrears, referred to a Committee, 1 Nov. - Report concerning him, referred to another Committee, 10 - Message to Lords, concerning his Challenge to the Earl of Manchester; Answer thereto, 1 Feb. A Committee to examine the Business concerning Colonel Aiscough's carrying it, 5.
-, John, 1644, Order for delivering his Prize Goods, upon paying ready Money according to Appraisement, 24 June.
-, Colonel Antony, 1644, Petition referred to the Committee for sorting Petitions, 13 Dec.

Wills,
-, Probates of. Vide Administrations.

Wilmot,
-, Lord, 1643, intercepted Letter from him to his Son, read; Conference desired with Lords thereupon; Managers appointed; Conference agreed to, and held; Message from Lords, acquainting the House they had appointed a Committee to examine him; a Committee to prepare Interrogatories; Four to be present at the Examinations, 26 May.

Wilshere,
-, Richard. Vide Ruby.

Wilson,
-, Thomas, 1643, Petition; Order for restoring his Money, 27 Jan.

Wilts,
-, 1643, Ordinance from Lords, concerning riotous Assemblies there, read, and re-committed, 2 May - Appointment of High Sheriff respited, 30 Dec.
-, 1644, Ordinance concerning the County, reported, and passed, 1 July - The Committees Petition read; Members to go and assist in putting Ordinances in Execution - Additional Committees agreed to by Lords, 9 - Order for sending down another Regiment, 6 Nov. - Care of the Western Part of the County referred to the Committee of both Kingdoms, 17 Dec.

Wincope,
-, Dr. 1643, to be summoned to appear in the Assembly, 23 Oct.

Windebank,
-, Major, 1643, to be sent to Lord Fairfax, 14 May.
-, Colonel, 1643, Order touching the Disposal of his and his Lieutenant Colonel's Goods, 26 Feb.
-, Secretary, 1643, Order for Sale of his sequestered Goods, 29 June.

Windsor,
-, 1643, a Committee to put in Execution the Ordinance for Sequestrations, 14 Apr. - Governor of the Castle to receive Prisoners from Cambridge, 22 - Order for paying the Forces out of Weekly Assessments and Sequestrations levied in Berks, 13 May - Order for melting down and coining Plate sent from thence, and disposing of the Proceed thereof, 27 - A Committee to consider of relieving the Castle, 18 Aug. - Order touching paying the Garison 1,000 £ out of the Sequestration Monies - For sending them Danish Clubs, 1 Nov. - Petition of Officers and Soldiers to be considered, 3. A Committee to consider of Ways for raising Monies to pay their Arrears - Governor's Account of Monies raised for their Relief, referred to the Committee for Examinations, 27 - Ordinance for paying them 2,000 £ sent to Lords, 28 - Returned, with Amendments; Amendments agreed to, 12 Dec. - Governor to put the Ordinance for Removal of scandalous Pictures in Execution in the Chapel, 20 - City's Desire concerning the Garison to be considered, 29 Jan. - 2 Feb. - Order for Payment of their Arrears out of the Proceed of Surplices, &c. seized at Whitehall, 5 - The Committee for the Garison to meet from time to time, and make Report, 7 - Business concerning it to be considered, 22 - Report to be made, 24, 27 & 29 - Ordinance for paying their Arrears out of the first Monies that shall come in upon the Ordinance of Accounts, read - Order for 1,000 £ out of the Court of Wards - For 1,000 £ out of the Excise, 7 Mar. Last Order vacated, 9.
-, 1644, Resolution for the Garison to march, and have a Month's Pay, 13 Apr. - Petition of Lord Mayor, &c. for constant Supply to them; Garison not to be removed without first acquainting the City therewith, 16 May - Ordinance for the Payment of Arrears, and future Maintenance thereof, read twice, and committed; Instructions, 25 - Governor's Letter for Speedy Relief; a Committee to consider of raising a constant Pay, and what Garison is fit to be maintained there - Order for paying them 500 £ at Three Months, with Consideration for Forbearance, 21 June. Agreed to by Lords, 25 - Governor's Proposition concerning the Wants of the Garison to be considered, 21 Aug. - Proceed of sequestrable Goods discovered by him, to be issued for their Use, 6 Sept. - Order for sending down Powder, &c. - Report concerning the Establishment of the Garison; Establishment approved; Committee to consider of maintaining it, 29 Oct. - Order for 240 £ towards paying them, 15 Nov. Sent to Lords, 16. Agreed to by them, 18 - The Committee of both Kingdoms to take present Course for the Safety thereof, and for suppressing Mutineers, 15 & 16 - Order for a Weekly Allowance to Forces sent thither, 18 - For paying 100 £ for present Payment, 22. Sent to Lords, 25 - A Committee to consider of providing 500 £ for the Garison, 22. Order for paying the Money upon their Muster, 26.

Windsor,
-, Elizabeth. Vide Andrews.
-, Lady, 1643, Order for delivering her Plate and Money to Richard Moore, 29 July.

Wines,
-, 1643. Vide Supply - A Committee impowered to set a Price upon them according to the Excise, 5 Oct. Ordinance for that Purpose, 7. Agreed to by Lords, 9.

Wingate,
-, Captain, 1643. Vide Quarrel - Petition of Inhabitants of Hertfortshire, desiring his Arrears may be paid - Order for paying them - For Tenants to pay him his Rents - Committees Letter from Oxon, relating there would be no Exchange of him, 7 Apr. - Order for apprehending Persons that have cut down his Gates, and threatened other Outrages, 20 May.
-, 1644, has Leave to be examined in Chancery, 29 Oct.

Winne,
-, Mr. 1643, to be summoned in safe Custody, 27 Apr.

Winton,
-, Marquis of, 1643, his Warrant for levying Money, read; Order for sequestering his Estate; Resolution for accusing him of High Treason; Member to prepare the Charge, 18 Oct.
-, Bishop of, 1643, Order for sequestering and selling his Goods, and disposing of the Proceed thereof, 9 Feb.

Winwick,
-, 1644, Member to prepare Ordinance for maintaining preaching Ministers at the Chapels within that Parish, 6 Nov.

Winwood,
-, Mr. 1643, Order for permitting his Trunks, &c. to pass into Holland, 9 Aug. Revoked; Copy of Revocation to be sent to Officers of the Out-ports, 10.

Wiseman,
-, William, 1643. Vide Privileges.
-, Sir Thomas, senior, 1643, Order for sequestering Two Parts of his Estate in Essex - For coining and selling Plate seized at his House - For bestowing a Coat and Surplice on the Men that brought them up, 10 May - His Petition, and Papers annexed, referred to the Committee for Sequestrations, 7 Oct. - Members to certify any Objections they have against him besides Recusancy, and be acquainted he has taken the Oath of Abjuration, 26.

Wishcard,
-, Dr. George, 1644, to be sent up in safe Custody, 19 Nov.

Wisse,
-, Thomas, 1643, his Complaint referred to Mr. Scrugge's Committee, 10 Apr.

Witham,
-, 1643, Ordinance for sequestering the Living, read, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 6 Apr. Message from them, desiring Proofs may be sent up, 25.

Withers,
-, Captain George, 1643, a Committee to inquire what Monies he has received upon former Orders, 25 July.
-, Antony, 1643. Vide Privileges.
-, 1644, his Petition on behalf of the Inhabitants of Covent Garden; nothing done thereupon, 29 Oct.

Withrington,
-, Lord, 1643, intercepted Letter from him to the Earl of Newcastle, read, and to be printed, 18 Oct.
-, Sir Thomas, 1643, respited, upon Report from the Committee for absent Members, 22 Jan.

Witnesses,
-, 1644, Speaker to issue Warrant for bringing them in, 15 Oct.

Whittipoole,
-, Captain, 1643. Vide Privileges, and Quarrel.
-, Sir William, 1643, Petition referred to the Committee for Examinations, 10 June - Certificate of the Reasons for sequestering his Estate, to be brought to a Committee, 17 Oct.

Wokingham,
-, 1644, Ordinance for 100 £ yearly out of the great Tythes, for maintaining a preaching Minister, 10 Dec. Sent to Lords, 12.

Wolfe,
-, Mr. 1643, Order for sequestering his Estate, 27 Aug. - The Committee for Sequestrations to consider of some good Relief to his Wife and Children out of the Profits already received, 4 Sept.

Wollaston,
-, Henry. Vide Newgate.
-, Captain Richard, 1643, previous Question for referring his Petition to a Committee, Neg. 16 Mar.

Wolstenholme,
-, Sir John, 1643, Order for disposing of the Proceed of his Goods seized for Payment of his 20th Part, 12 Sept. A Member to take them into his Possession, 14. To sell them, 28 - The Committee for the Navy to consider of the Propositions concerning his Officers at the Custom-house, 15 Sept. Order for sequestering his Office, 17.
-, 1644, a Committee to consider his Sufferings, 20 Aug.

Wood,
-, Mr. 1643. Vide Privileges.
-, Mr. Lecturer of Harwich, 1643, Letter and Petitions against him read, and referred to the Committee for plundered Ministers, 19 Oct.
-, John, 1644, Order for restoring his Goods, 6 Sept.

Woodbourne,
-, John, 1643, committed to Lord Petre's House, 20 June.

Woodcock,
-, Mr. 1644, desired to preach, 28 Sept. - Thanked, and to print his Sermon, 30 Oct.

Woods,
-, Under, 1643, Consideration of selling them about Town, referred to a Committee, 7 Sept. - Ordinance for that Purpose read, agreed to, and sent to Lords; a Committee of both Houses to see it put in Execution, 2 Oct.

Wools
-, and Fullers Earth. Vide Corn - 1643, a Committee to consider of Means for preventing the Exportation thereof, 14 Apr. - Revived, 9 June - Order for selling a Ship of Wools stayed at Yarmouth - For preventing the Exportation of Wools and Fullers Earth, 15 Nov. - Read, 29 Feb. - Question for Liberty to export Spanish Wool, Neg. 12 Mar.
-, 1644, a Committee to prepare Ordinance for Application of Monies raised upon the Transporters of them, 16 May - Ordinance for prohibiting the Exportation of Wools, Woolfells, &c. read twice, and committed, 10 June - Consideration of Monies to be paid for Wools bought in Middlesex, referred to the Committee for Clothiers, 28 Sept.

Woolwich,
-, 1643, Order for securing the Town, 22 July.

Worcester,
-, County, 1643, Appointment of High Sheriff respited, 30 Dec.
-, 1644, Committees added to the several Committees, 11 May. Lords Concurrence signified, 18 - Letter concerning Worcester Cloths read, and referred to the Committee of both Kingdoms, 3 July.
-, City, 1644, Ordinance for reducing it to the Obedience of the King and Parliament, read, 15 July - Committed, 5 Aug. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 24. Passed, 31 - Sent to Lords, 3 Sept. House put them in mind thereof, 13.
-, House, 1643, Order for Sale of Iron seized there, 21 Apr.

Worseley,
-, Sir Henry, 1643, to be summoned to attend, 10 June. His Attendance dispensed with, 24.

Worsencroft,
-, Captain, and Captain Bulmer, 1643, to be kept in Custody, for quarrelling in Westminster-hall, 27 Feb.

Wortley,
-, Sir Francis, 1644, committed to the Tower, 22 Aug.

Woxebridge.
-, Vide Uxbridge.

Wrathe,
-, John, 1643, committed to the Marshalsea, 3 Oct.

Wray,
-, Sir Christopher, 1643, Order for Re-payment of his Loan, 12 July.
-, William, Theophilus, and Christopher, 1643, to be sent for, as Delinquents, to answer a Complaint against them, 3 Feb. Matter referred to a Committee, 5. Committee revived; Order for their Meeting; Committees added, 9.

Wren,
-, Matthew. Vide Ely, Bishop of.

Wright,
-, Mr. 1643, Order for delivering his Horse to Sir Arthur Hasselrigg, 3 June.
-, Thomas, 1643, Petition referred to a Committee, 15 Mar.
-, John, 1643, Vide Privileges.

Writs,
-, new, 1643, in the room of Sir William Ogle and Mr. Harrison, 24 June.
-, of Error, 1643, Ordinance concerning them, sent to Lords, 12 Feb.
-, 1644, a Committee of both Houses to hear the Judges concerning the Ordinance, 30 May. Order for their Meeting, 31 - Another Committee to consider the whole Business of them, 28 June.

Wrixham,
-, Captain, 1643, committed to Winchester House, 10 Feb.

Wynne,
-, Sir Richard, 1643, to attend the Committee for sequestering absent Members Estates, 28 Sept.
-, Mr. 1644, Order from Lords, for the Disposal of his 20th Part, 25 June.

Wyvill,
-, Mrs, 1644, to be considered in the Distribution of a Fine, 30 Nov.



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