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Jackson,
-, Joseph, &c. 1643, Petition read; nothing done thereupon; Petitioners to present another, 12 Apr. The other read; Satisfaction to be made them, 14.
-, Mr. 1643, to pay the Rents of Impropriations in his Hands to the Treasurers at Guildhall; a Committee to prepare Ordinance for that Purpose, and for his Indemnity, 21 June.
-, John, 1643, to be summoned to appear in the Assembly, 23 Oct.

Jacobs,
-, Sir John, 1643, a Committee to consider what Monies are in his Hands of the petty Customs, 23 Aug.

Jacquer,
-, Robert, 1643, committed to Newgate; the Committee for Examinations to examine upon what Ground he was bailed, 22 Apr. - Petition of the Inhabitants of Sandwich against him, read; Order for their electing a new Town Clerk, 10 May.

James,
-, Joseph, 1643, voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament, 22 Jan.
-, Mr. 1644, Members to demand him of the Spanish Ambassador, 14 Sept. - Order for his Commitment to the Tower, 13 Nov. A Committee to consider his Case, 23.
-, John, 1643, Order for sequestering Part of his Rents, 7 Oct.

James's,
-, St. 1643, the Committee for Safety to consider of removing the Guards from thence, 3 July - Order for seizing sequestrable Goods therein, 14 Sept.
-, 1644, a Committee to present a Copy of an Inventory of the Goods in a Cabinet taken; Members to be present at the opening it, 3 June; Order for bringing the Cabinet, Jewels, &c. into the Exchequer, 4. Resolution that the State shall make use of the Money; that 2,000 £ shall be employed for raising Forces for Oxfordshire, 8. Scots Commissioners to be acquainted therewith, 12. Jewels, &c. to be delivered to the Committee for Oxon, 13 - Order concerning 4,000 £ advanced upon the Credit thereof, 19. Sent to Lords, 21. Returned with a Proviso; Proviso read, and agreed to, 24.

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

Jasper,
-, John, 1643, to have Warrant to pass with a Guide to Oxon, 1 May.

Jaques,
-, a Ship, of Dunkirk, 1643, Letter relating that she is stranded at Arundel; Letter to be written to secure the Ship, and lay up the Goods; Inventories thereof to be returned to the Admiralty Court and the House; the Committee for Safety to advise with Civil Lawyers, and send the Letter, 10 Jan. - Sir William Waller's Letter, desiring the Product thereof may be employed to pay the Arrears of his Forces, referred to the Committee for Safety - Another Letter, relating the particular Condition of the Ship; Order for reshipping, inventorying, and bringing up, the Goods, 15 - Sending them away, left to Lord Admiral's Direction, 7 Feb. - Goods to remain untouched, till the Admiralty have determined the Allowance for Salvage, 16 Mar.
-, 1644, Sir William Waller's Letter, Petition of Merchants, and Remonstrance of the Spanish Ambassador, concerning the Ship, to be considered, 15 Apr. Read, and referred to the Committee for the Navy, 25 - Persons aggrieved to proceed in the Admiralty Court, 27 May - State of the Ship, and the Spanish Ambassador's Representation, reported; the Committee to consider of a fit Allowance for Salvage, and the Business concerning the Arrest; Order for discharging the Ship and Goods, 24 Aug. - Report; Order for delivering the Goods, except as excepted, without other Charges than Salvage Money - for paying Customs - for Satisfaction to the Proprietors; Complaint of Persons injured; Order for them to take a legal Course in the Admiralty Court, 4 Oct.

Jaques,
-, Sir Roger, 1644, to be sent for, as a Delinquent; a Committee to prepare Ordinance for removing him and others from being Aldermen of York, and disfranchising them, 10 Dec.

Idolatries,
-, superstitious. Vide Church Government.

Jefferies,
-, Dr. John, 1642, Petition referred to the Committee for Examinations, 16 Mar.

Jeggon,
-, Robert, 1643, Order for stopping Letters going to him beyond Sea - for his Return into England within a limited Time, 14 June.

Jenkinson,
-, Sir Robert, 1644, the Committee for Prisoners to send him to a safe Place, 29 July - Order for bailing him, 6 Sept.

Jenks,
-, Mr. Vide Skinner.

Jennings,
-, Charles, 1643, Order for sale of his sequestered Goods, 29 June - Touching the Disposal of an Estate in Partnership, 2 Mar.
-, Susanna, 1644, Petition referred to the Committee for Examinations, 30 Sept.

Jennison,
-, Dr. 1644, Order for restoring him to the Vicarage of Newcastle, 5 Dec.

Jennour,
-, Mr. 1644, Order for paying him Part of the Proceed of a Delinquent's Goods, 7 Nov.

Jephson,
-, Sir William, 1643, to have Warrant to pass to Oxon, 22 Apr.
-, William, 1643, his Narrative, concerning Letters from Lord Taff and Lord Dillon to Lord Muskerry, to be communicated to Lords at a Conference, 18 May - No Member to relate Passages in the House concerning him, 13 Nov.
-, 1644, Leave given him to be Lieutenant Governor of Portsmouth, 14 May - His Petition read; Order for assigning 1,000 £ to him, upon Account, to be deducted out of his Arrears, 14 Aug.
-, Serjeant Major, 1643, to have Warrant to go into Ireland, 2 Sept.

Jerbier,
-, Sir Balthazer, 1643. Vide Privileges.

Jermyn,
-, Sir Thomas, 1643, Petition; Lord Gray of Warke to be acquainted therewith, 30 Mar. - To be assessed his 20th Part, 25 Nov. - Voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament, 5 Feb. - His Petition, desiring to be eased in his Assessment, read, and referred to the Committee at Haberdashers Hall, 8.
-, Thomas, 1643, voted incapable of sitting during this Parliament, 14 Sept.

Jerom,
-, Sarah, 1643, Petition referred to the Committee for Obstructions in Courts of Justice, 7 Sept.

Jersey.
-, Vide Guernsey - 1642, the Committee for the Navy to order the Customers not to suffer any Goods to pass upon the Governor's Warrant - To give Order for Stay of several Ships bound thither, 22 Mar.
-, 1643, the Committee at Haberdashers Hall to provide 500 £ for Security of the Island, 10 Nov. - Ordinance for that Purpose, 6 Dec. Agreed to by Lords, 7.
-, 1644, Petition of Inhabitants, referred to the Committee for the Navy, 15 June - Ordinance for Relief of Persons expulsed the Island, to be read, 15 July - Lord Admiral's Letter concerning the State thereof; Petition of Inhabitants, and a Declaration of Proceedings against Two Gentlemen, communicated by Lords, 20 - Message from Lords concerning it; Petition referred to a Committee, 4 Oct. - Ordinance for sequestering the Estates of Delinquents there, which can be discovered in England, read twice, and committed, 5 Aug. - Reported, and passed, 12 Oct. - Agreed to by Lords, with Amendments, 21 - Amendments agreed to, 4 Nov.

Jesson,
-, Mr. 1644, the Committee at Haberdashers Hall to consider what he has done upon the Propositions, and to assess him his 20th Part, 14 May.

Jessop,
-, Captain John, 1644, his Information concerning Money to be discovered out of Malignants Estates, referred to the Committee for Examinations, 16 Aug.

Ilminster,
-, 1643, Lecturer recommended, 25 Mar.

Impeachments.
-, Vide Cholmeley, Sir Hugh, Carberry, Earl of, Queen, Dive, Fienis, Nathaniel, Ormond, Marquis of, Webster, John, Davenant, Sir William, Baynham, Sandys, William, Glenville, Serjeant, Hunsdon, Lord, Bankes, Sir John, and Foster, Sir Richard.

Impropriations.
-, Vide Jackson, Mr.

Imployment,
-, a Ship, 1643, Order for refurnishing Ordnance, &c. sent to Lord Fairfax, 26 Oct.

Incest,
-, 1644, a Committee to prepare Ordinance for repressing Incest, Adultery, Whoredom, Drunkenness, Swearing, Blasphemy, &c. 11 Dec. Ordinance read; Order for Second Reading, 16.

Inchiquin,
-, Lord, 1643, Order for acquainting the House with a Letter from him, 7 Apr. - Order for landing Goods upon his Account Custom-free - Business concerning the Title, referred to the Committee for Irish Affairs, 19 May - His Letter read, and referred to the Committee for the Navy, 13 June - Letter of Thanks to him, read, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence signified - Ordinance for making him Captain General of the Forces in Munster, sent to Lords, 4 Sept. - Resolution for accusing him of High Treason - His Letter and Warrants concerning the Cessation in Ireland, and sending Forces into England, read, 10 Nov.

Inns
-, of Court, 1644, a Committee to prepare Ordinance for disposing of Delinquents Chambers, 18 June.

Intelligencers,
-, 1643, Order for apprehending and proceeding against Persons coming from any of the King's Quarters without Passes from both Houses or Lord General, as Intelligencers, according to the Rules of War, to be printed and sent to the several Courts of Guard, 10 Apr. - Ordinance to prevent sending Intelligence to Oxford, read, and agreed to, 22 June. Sent to Lords, 23. A Committee to prepare Reasons for a Conference concerning it, 26. Reasons reported, and agreed to; Managers appointed, 27 - Lords desired to hasten the passing the Ordinance, 16 Oct. Their Concurrence signified, 18 - Relation, intituled, Certificate of certain Intelligence from Court, read, and attested; Relation and Witness referred to the Committee for Examinations, 26 June - The Committee of both Kingdoms to consider of a Weekly Allowance for incident Charges of Intelligence, 9 Mar.
-, 1644, Order for Allowance to several Intelligencers, 1 Apr. Agreed to by Lords, 2.

John,
-, a Ship, of London, 1643, Order for staying it; the Committee for Sequestrations to consider of the Ship and Lading, 27 May - Another Order to the same Purport; Examination of the Business, referred to the Committee for the Navy, 21 Oct. - Order for taking her into the Service of the State, 23.
-, a Ship, of Weymouth, 1644, Petition of Owners, &c. referred to the Committee for the West, 20 July.

Johnson,
-, Cornelius, 1643, to have Warrant to pass beyond Sea, 10 Oct.
-, Dr. 1644, a Committee to prepare Letter to the Queen of Bohemia, desiring her to discharge him from his Chaplainship - Assembly to consider of a godly Divine to be sent, 28 June.

Johnston,
-, Margaret, 1643, to be permitted to pass with her Children into Scotland, 9 Aug. Order revoked, 10. Renewed, 12.
-, John. Vide Finlay.

Jones,
-, Walter, 1642, committed to Newgate for a Riot in Southwark, 17 Mar.
-, Dr. 1642, to be sent for in safe Custody; Order for stopping the Ports, 17 Mar. The Committee for Contributions to examine the Business concerning him, 18.
-, Samuel, 1643, Petition specially recommended to the Committee for Safety, 21 Apr.
-, 1644, another Petition, referred to the Committee for the Navy, 14 May.
-, Thomas, 1643, Order for Sale of his sequestered Goods, 29 June.
-, Cadwaller, 1643, Payment of Freight to him, referred to the Committee for Sequestrations; Parties to attend them, 2 Sept.
-, Arthur, 1643, respited, upon Report from the Committee for absent Members, 22 Jan.
-, Serjeant's Man, 1643, the Committee for Examinations to examine him concerning the Escape of a Spy, 9 Feb. Vide Honeyman.
-, Captain, 1644, thanked for his Services, and promised that Bills payable to him shall be duly complied with - Order for Satisfaction to him for Guns and Powder delivered at Poole, 16 May.
-, Colonel, 1644, his Letter, concerning the Success of the Forces at Farnham against those at Basing, read, and referred to the Committee of both Kingdoms, 9 June.
-, Richard, 1644, Petition referred to the Committee for Examinations, 14 Nov. Report; Order for paying him 200 £ for Arms delivered for the State, 30.
-, Mr. 1644, Order for 100 £ to him out of the Excise, sent to Lords, 25 Nov.

Jordan,
-, Mr. 1643, to have public Faith for Monies advanced, 2 Sept.
-, Colonel, 1643, willing to take the public Faith for Monies due to him; Order for giving him a Ticket, 5 Feb.
-, Captain, and Captain Thomas, 1643, Extract of their Letters concerning taking Prizes, 19 Mar.

Ipswich,
-, 1643, Ordinance for raising Monies there, and for Security to the Lenders, read, and agreed to, 12 Sept. Lords Concurrence signified, 13 - Additional Committees to the Committee for Sequestrations, 28. Agreed to by Lords, 29 - Offer of the Town to lend 1,000 £ and set forth Two Ships by way of Reprisal, approved, 2 Nov. Order for furnishing them with Guns and Gunners Stores, 7 - for sending Ordnance, 2 Dec.
-, 1644, Committees and Deputy Lieutenants added, 24 Oct.

Ireland,
-, 1642. Vide Supply. - Answer to Lords Justices Letters, read, agreed to, and to be signed by Speaker - Petition of Judges referred to the Committee for Irish Affairs, 17 Mar. - Petition of English Inhabitants; Petitioners heard; Bill for their Relief ordered, 21. Vide Supply. - Letter from the Fort near Galloway, read, and specially recommended to the Committee for Irish Affairs, 23.
-, 1643, Letters, relating their Necessities for want of Shipping, Monies, &c. at Dublin, read, 4 Apr. - Order for 500 £ and a Guard-Ship for the Fort of Galloway, 12. Sent to Lords, 13 - Accomptants to bring in their Accounts to a Committee, 17 - Ordinance for that Purpose, 25 - Letters, &c. read, and referred to the Committee for Irish Affairs - Order for sending a Convoy with Provisions, 17 - for removing Irish Traitors from the Tower to Newgate, 29 - Agreed to by Lords, 3 May - A Committee to prepare Evidence against them; Clerk of the King's Bench to furnish them with Proceedings in a former Trial, 5 June - A Committee to consider of Obstructions in their Trials, 13 - Ordinance for constituting a Governor of Londonderry, read, and agreed to, 1 May. Sent to Lords, 2 - Letters from Lords Justices, and from Londonderry and Coleraine, read, and referred to the Committee for Irish Affairs - Letter, with Invoices of Particulars sent for the Relief of Protestants, read; to be entered, and printed - The Committee for Irish Affairs to consider of Sums due for Victuals and Cloaths delivered for the Army; their Report; Order for Payment thereof, 4 - Order touching additional Instructions for Arrears of Contribution-money, agreed to by Lords - King's Answer concerning the Business of Ireland, referred to the Committee for Irish Affairs, 10 - Ordinance for removing Ship Masts from Kinsale, sent to Lords; Conference desired by them thereupon, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; House adhere to their former Vote; Reasons to be delivered at another Conference, 12. Conference desired, and agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held; Lords Concurrence signified, 13 - Receiver of the Loans and Contributions appointed, 15 - A Committee to receive Informations concerning the Rebellion, 19 - Letter from Dublin, relating the miserable Condition of the Kingdom, and the taking of Ballinekill by the Rebels, read, and to be considered - Paper concerning Ireland read, 23 - A Committee appointed for expediting the Affairs thereof, 29 - Declaration for Encouragement of Contributors, read, 9 June - Proclamation enjoining Papists to depart from Dublin, and British Protestants to return into England within Six Days; a Committee to prepare Heads for a Conference - Order for employing Two Barks for Defence of the Irish Coasts, 13 - Declaration concerning Ireland, sent to Lords, 14 - Order for securing the Adventurers - Their Propositions read, and agreed to - Ordinance to be prepared in pursuance thereof, 19 - Read, and agreed to, 10 July. Sent to Lords, 12 - Their Concurrence signified, 23 Sept. - Declaration concerning sending over a Commander in Chief, and Committees, 19 June - Petitions of Officers and Artificers belonging to the Train, referred to the Committee for Irish Affairs, 20 June - 26 Aug. - 9 Sept. - Ordinance for paying them, agreed to by Lords, 5 Oct. - Letters from Lords Justices and Council, with a Proclamation, read, and referred to a Committee, 21 June - Declaration and Propositions, sent to Lords, 23 - Declaration, setting forth the Rise and Progress of the Rebellion, read, and referred to a Committee, 4 July. Read again, and to be printed, 14. To be published, read in Churches, and sent into Scotland, and other Parts, 25 - Petition of distressed Protestants, read, and referred to the Committee for Irish Affairs, 12 July - Letter, concerning taking Ships going from Scotland to Ireland, communicated by Lords, and read, 15. Message from them, desiring an Answer, 19. - Order for employing Two Frigates upon the Irish Coasts - for sending over 1,000 Staves, 22 - for Saddlers to deliver 100 Saddles according to Contract, 27 - Report concerning Payment of Money for Provisions delivered; Order for paying it out of the Adventurers Money - Parties to have public Faith, 29 - Ordinance for Payment of Arrears to Irish Officers, sent to Lords, 2 Aug. - Agreed to by them, 23 Sept. - Lord Admiral to be desired to send a Ship for Security of Duncannon Fort, 8 Aug. - Poor Irish Women and Children to have Passes to go beyond Sea, 11 - Ordinance touching the Disposal of Loans and Contributions, read, and referred to a Committee, 18 - Letter concerning the State of the Army, and Protestants in Lemster and Dublin, read, and referred to a Committee, 21 - Letter concerning the Fort of Duncannon, specially recommended to the Committee at Grocers Hall, 29 - Order for securing Officers and Soldiers that come from Ireland - A Committee to prepare Ordinance for seizing Ships that bring them, 31 - Ordinance agreed to by Lords, with an Amendment; Amendment agreed to, 7 Sept. - Order for releasing Ships laden with Provisions, stayed at the Isle of Wight - The Committee for Irish Affairs to consider what Proportion thereof shall be discharged at Duncannon, 31 Aug. - Order for delivering the Whole there, 1 Sept. The Committee for the Navy to take care of a sufficient Convoy, 4 - Ordinance for Payment of Money due for cloathing the Soldiers, read, and committed, 11. Read again, and re-committed, 16 - Read, 11 Oct. Sent to Lords, 18 - Agreed to by them, with Amendments; Amendments agreed to, 26 - Petition for Relief of the distressed Clergy, 5 Sept. Ordinance for that Purpose, read, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence signified, 18 - Letter concerning sending Ships to conduct Prisoners into Munster, referred to the Committee for the Navy, 23 - Reasons against the Cessation of Arms with the Rebels, to be offered to the Lords Justices and Council, severally read, agreed to, and to be delivered to Lords at a Conference, 29 - Articles of Cessation by the King's Commission, read, and referred to a Committee; Committee impowered to advise with the Scots Commissioners concerning them - Order for English and Scots Officers and Soldiers to take the Covenant, 16 Oct. - A Committee of both Houses to consider what is fit to be done upon the Cessation, 19. Order for their Meeting, 21. Papers from Scotland - Petition and Propositions from the Committee of Citizens, referred, 23. Report; Resolutions concerning carrying on the War, 30 - Person to be sent over to encourage the Forces in Ulster to oppose the Cessation, 28 - Letter to that Purpose read, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 1 Nov. Signified, 2 - The Committee for Irish Affairs to consider of a Declaration touching the Cessation, 1. Order for presenting it - Articles of Cessation to be printed, 10 - Order for sending Goods and Provisions to Carrickfergus, 10 - Order for paying Arrears to the Train, 21 - for Adventurers to pay in their Subscriptions, 24 - The Committee for Irish Affairs to examine into Provisions designed for Ireland, and concealed - Another Committee to consider of providing for Ulster, 8 Nov. - Letters, and other Informations, concerning Irish Rebels and English Forces arrived from thence, read, and to be printed, 10 - Information of Goods appointed for Ireland being concealed; Order for seizing them, 15 - Letter concerning the Rebels rising in Cork, and Ships arrived at Dublin to bring over more Forces, 22 - A Committee to treat for procuring 4,000 £ for Provisions for the Soldiers in Ulster, that have not agreed to the Cessation, 27 - Lord Admiral to be desired to krasten the Winter Guard for the Irish Coasts, 6 Dec. - A Committee to consider of Maintenance for the British Forces in Ulster, who oppose the Cessation, 30 - Another Committee joined, 29 Jan. - Papers concerning Londonderry to be delivered to Mr. Recorder, 12 - Petition of Adventurers read - Ordinance contained therein to be read, 17 - Letters from thence referred to the Committee for Irish Affairs, 20 Feb. - The Manner of tendering the Covenant, referred to the Committee of both Kingdoms, 5 Mar. - Letters concerning the Kingdom, referred to the Committee for Irish Affairs - Committee to confer with the Committee of both Kingdoms, 19 - Intercepted Letter to Cardinal Mazarini, referred to the Committee of both Kingdoms, 21.
-, 1644, Information of the State of the British Forces in Ireland, &c. - A Committee to prepare Ordinance for a Penalty upon Assessors refusing to assess Monies within the City and Suburbs, upon an Ordinance for raising Monies for the Scots, 2 Apr. Report; Resolutions concerning Means for raising the Monies - Act for compelling Subscribers to pay in their Subscriptions, to be turned into an Ordinance, 8 - Resolutions touching the future Maintenance of English and Scots Forces - Earl of Leven to be desired to appoint a Commander under him - The Committee of both Kingdoms to appoint Committees to reside with the Army there, 10 - Conference desired with Lords concerning the Forces, agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, 11 - Certificate of the Mayor, &c. of Londonderry, referred to the Committee for Examinations, 25 May - Relation of Passages at Oxon, concerning the Propositions of the Papists and Protestants, presented to the King; a Committee to receive further Informations concerning them, and the Proceedings thereupon; Informant thanked, 1 June. Vide Parsons, Captain. Other Agents referred to the Committee, 11 - Members to prepare a furnished House for them, 6 - A Committee to peruse their Declaration of the Transaction of their Agency at Oxon, and order it to be printed, 5 Aug. - Letter brought by the Commissioners to be read, 10 July. Read, and referred to the Committee of both Kingdoms; Commissioners to be examined by them, 13 - Papers concerning the hindering the Covenant to be taken, and a Covenant entered into by the Irish, read, 20 - Desire and Propositions of the distressed British Regiments in Ulster - Queries, with the Commissioners Answer, and the Committees Resolution thereupon, reported; Propositions referred to a Committee, 29 - Report; the Committee for Irish Affairs to confer with Gentlemen of the Province, 16 Aug. - Declaration and Propositions of the Province of Munster, read, and to be considered, 3. Referred to the Committee of both Kingdoms, 5. Report; Resolutions for sending Arms, Provisions, &c.; the Committee of Adventurers to consider of Means for sending them speedily, and for preventing their being turned to the Prejudice of the Parliament, 12 - Intercepted Letter of the chief Officers to the King, with their Reasons for putting themselves in Arms against the Rebels; the Committee of both Kingdoms to consider of a safe Way of sending it, 16 - Letter concerning the State of the Garisons in Munster, read, and referred to the Committee of both Kingdoms, 27 - The Committee to prepare Answer, 6 Sept. - Propositions for the present Dispatch of Lord Inchiquin's Regiment thither, referred, 19 Aug. - The Committee to prepare Letter to Lord Admiral, desiring a free Trade to the Ports that have declared for the Parliament, 6 Sept. Letter reported, 13 - Petition of Officers of Munster, read; Order concerning Two Months Pay to them, 21 - Remonstrance of the Adventurers reported, and referred to a Committee; Committee to consider all Complaints and Obstructions concerning the Business of Ireland, 20 Aug. - The carrying on the War, referred to the Committee of both Kingdoms, with Power to appoint Sub-committees - Order for Adventurers to meet, read, agreed to, to be printed and published - A Committee to prepare Ordinance for raising Monies for the Service of Ireland, 27 Aug. Vide Supply - Order for providing Victuals for Soldiers to be sent over, and Ships to transport them - for sending 300 Musquets with them, 7 Sept. - Petition in behalf of Dublin, read, and referred to the Committee of both Kingdoms, 16 - Petition of Adventurers read, and referred to a Committee, 27 - Another read, and referred, 30 - Order prohibiting the Exchange of any Officer that deserted the Parliament in Ireland, 10 Oct. - Resolution for adhering thereto, 18 Nov. - Committee to prepare Ordinance against giving Quarter to Irish Rebels taken here, 23 Oct. Ordinance read twice, and passed; Lords Concurrence signified, 24. To be printed and dispersed, 26 - Commanders to be acquainted what Ports are reduced to Obedience, and to keep a free Trade with them - Lord Inchiquin's Desires for Assistance from the Parliament Ships referred to Lord Admiral, and the Committee for the Navy, 17 - Letter from Duncannon; Order for supplying them with Necessaries - Governor recommended to the Committee of both Kingdoms - Another Letter communicated by Lords, and referred to the same Committee, 25 - Paper from Scots Commissioners concerning 30,000 £ designed for their Army in Ireland, and concerning the Monthly 4,000 £ and concerning Arms, &c. to be sent to them, referred to the Committee for the Navy, 29 - Petition concerning Londonderry read, and referred to a Committee; Committee impowered to send for a Person, and receive Informations from him, 16 Nov. - Propositions on behalf of the Protestants in Dublin, to be considered, 21 - Letter to be sent into the several Counties, to get in the Monies on the Ordinance for Ireland, read, and agreed to, 22. Sent to Lords, 25.
-, 1643, Amendments to the Bill concerning Persons that have not brought in their Subscriptions for reducing the Rebels, reported from Re-commitment; read, and agreed to; Bill to be ingrossed, 8 Apr. Order for Third Reading, 11. Passed, 13. Sent to Lords, 14. Lords Amendments read twice, and referred to a Committee, 20. Reported; Amendments disagreed to; Conference desired thereupon, agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, 21. Free Conference desired by Lords; agreed to; Reporters appointed; Free Conference held, and reported; Lords Amendments agreed to, 22 - Conference desired by Lords concerning a Message from the King, touching the Bill, agreed to; Reporters appointed; Conference held, and reported; Message referred to a Committee of both Houses, 8 May. Order for making Report, 19. Report; Question for giving an Answer thereto, Neg. 22. Further Report; Answer to Part of the Message read, and agreed to, with Amendments; Preamble read, and agreed to; Preamble and Vote read together, and agreed to; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 25. House put them in mind thereof, 29.

Irwing,
-, Earl of, 1643, to have Warrant to pass to Oxon, 29 Apr. - Speaker to grant Pass for transporting 100 Men to him into France, 29 July.
-, 1644, his Motion, concerning taking with him into France 600 of the Parliament Prisoners, to be again considered, 21 Dec.

Islip,
-, 1644, a Committee to take care of the Custody of Cloaths taken there, 30 May.

Judge
-, Advocate, 1644, Information concerning him, referred to the Committee for the West, 27 June - Order for making Report, 25 Oct. - for paying him 100 £ to be disposed of as the Court Martial shall direct, 21 Nov. - Sent to Lords, 12 Dec.

Judges,
-, 1643, Days appointed for them to put in their Answer concerning Ship-money, 29 Apr. - Days appointed for proceeding against them, 5 July - A Committee to receive Informations concerning their Proceedings in the West against Members, and others, 18 Dec. - Order for their Meeting, 15 Jan. - Commissioners of the Great Seal to consider of proper Persons to be constituted Judges; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 12 Feb.
-, 1644, Order for presenting their Names, 30 May.

Judgments.
-, Vide Writs of Error.

Ivelyn,
-, Captain, 1643, Order touching the Disposition of Money taken from him, 14 Apr. - for his Release, upon Security to return, if he cannot procure the Discharge of Oland, 8 Sept.

Justices
-, of Peace, 1643, Member to prepare Ordinance concerning those in actual War against the Parliament, 15 May - Commissioners of the Great Seal to fill up Commissions, 18 Dec.
-, 1644, both Houses to appoint them; such as refuse to act, to be sent up in safe Custody, 2 Dec.



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