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19° & 20° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 7. A. 1667, & 1668.21° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 8. A. 1669.22°, 23°, & 24° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 9. A. 1669, 1670, 1671, & 1672.25° Car. II. Parl 2. Sess. 10. A. 1672, & 1673.25° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 11. A. 1673.25° & 26° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 12. A. 1673, & 1674.27° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 13. A. 1675.27° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 14. A. 1675.28°, 29° & 30° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 15. A. 1676, 1677, & 1678.30° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 16. A. 1678.30° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 17. A. 1678.31° Car. II. Parl. 3. Sess. 1. A. 1678, & 1679.31° & 32° Car. II. Parl. 4. Sess. 1. A. 1679, & 1680.33° Car. II. Parl. 5. Sess. 1. A. 1680 & 1681.1° 2° & 3° Jac. II. Parl. 1. Sess. 1. A. 1685, 1686, & 1687.

19° & 20° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 7. A. 1667, & 1668.

ACCOUNTS, public. Vide Supply.

Address of Thanks for Acts of Grace and King's Speech, Committee to prepare it, 10 Oct. Report, Lords Concurrence to be desired, 14. Signified, Address presented by both Houses, 15. King's Answer, 16.-for restraining Exportation of Soldiers, with their Horses and Arms, to be presented by one Member, 24-relating to Robberies on the Highways, 25.-to encourage Use of home Commodities, and prevent Consumption of foreign, Committee to prepare it, 4 Nov. Report; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 13 Apr. Signified; Address to be presented by a select Number of both Houses, 23.-for Enlargement of Prisoners in Zealand, Committee to prepare it, 27 Nov.-Proposals for Address for Proclamation to prevent Thefts and Robberies, to lie on the Table for future consideration, 27.-for stopping Sea-ports, to prevent Lord Clarendon's Escape, 3 Dec. For Proclamation for summoning and apprehending him, Lords Concurrence to be desired, 13. Desired; Messenger dismissed without Answer, 14. Conference, desired by Lords, agreed to, Managers appointed, Conference held, reported, and to be considered, 14. Considered; previous Question, that Lords Reasons, for disagreeing to Address, are satisfactory, Neg. 16.-For Proclamation to enforce Obedience to Act of Uniformity, 10 Feb.- relating to felling Timber in New Forest, and carrying away what is felled, 15.-for Proclamation to enforce Laws against Conventicles, to be presented by whole House, 4 Mar. Presented, King's Answer, and Thanks thereupon, 5.-for calling in the Patent for a Lighthouse at Milford Haven, 8 Apr.
-, - to be presented by one Member, 24 Oct. By a select Number of both Houses, 23 Apr.

Adjournment till Afternoon, 15 Oct. 14. 16. & 18 Dec. 30. Mar. 2. 18. 20. 23. & 29 Apr. 2. 5. & 8 May.-without doing Business, 15 Oct.-on a Message from the King, 19 Dec. -on his Pleasure signified, 9 May.-on Motion from a Committee of whole House, 17 Mar.-On special Order, 18.-By Proclamation, 11 Aug. & 10 Nov.-Question for Adjournment, Neg. 14 Dec.-Question for Message to the King relating thereto, Neg. 7 May.

Administrators, Bill, from Lords, for due ordering their Accounts, 10 April. Read, 25. Order for Second Reading, 27.

Albans, St. new Writ, 7 May.

America, Petition concerning Plantations therein, with Paper annexed, referred to a Committee; Clerk to deliver Copies to Parties concerned, if requested; they to give in Answers; Company to produce their Charter, 15 Nov. Answer, with Paper annexed, and Patent, delivered to Clerk; he to make out Copies for Petitioners, and let them see the Patent, 22.

Anglesea, Earl of. Vide War.

Apreece. Vide Privileges.

Appleby, new Writ, 6 Feb.

Arlington, Lord. Vide War.

Ashburnham, Mr. a Member charged with Corruption, 18 Nov. Parties to attend, 18. 20, & 21. Examined, 20 & 22. Vote that he has committed an Offence, contrary to Duty; expelled; excused from receiving Judgment at Bar, on account of Illness, Clerk to give him Notice of Resolution, 22.

Ashdown Forest, and Broyle Park, Bill, from Lords, for Improvement of them, 15 Apr. Order for reading 29.

Aulnage. Vide Subsidy.

Awberry. Vide Privileges.

21° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 8. A. 1669.

ACCOUNTS, publick. Vide Supply.
-, - of foreign Liquors and French Linen, imported between Michaelmas, 1667 and Michaelmas 1669, and of foreign Liquors imported from Midsummer 1668, to Michaelmas 1669,-of what has been collected and secured on the new Imposition on foreign Liquors,-of what is before Commissioners of publick Accounts of the said Collection, severally ordered, 2 Dec. Presented, 6.

Act, read, 4 Nov.

Address of Thanks, for Proclamation against Non-conformists, Lords Concurrence to be desired, 3 Nov. Signified, 4. Address presented by both Houses, 6. King's Answer, 8.-representing Extortion of Governor of Gravesend, 29. King's Answer, and Thanks thereupon, 2 Dec.-concerning Earl of Orrery, 10. King's Answer, and Thanks thereupon, 11.

Adjournment till Afternoon, and without doing Business, 6 Nov.

Affidavits, Bill for taking them in the Country, read; Question for rejecting, Neg. 4 Nov. Bill committed, 9 Dec.

Agmondesham, new Writ, 19 Oct. Information given of a false Return, referred to Committee of Privileges and Elections; Order for their Sitting; Persons returned, not to sit till Matter determined, 3 Nov. Report; Return to be amended; Ball ordered into Custody, 6. Return amended, 8. Ball's Petition; Debate thereon; reprimanded, and discharged; but to attend Committee, 17.

Aldborough, new Writ, 19 Oct.

Alden, Philip, Petition, with Paper annexed; Petitioner owns it; Examined thereupon, 25 Nov. Vide Orrery.

Ancram, Lord. Vide Privileges.

22°, 23°, & 24° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 9. A. 1669, 1670, 1671, & 1672.

ACCOUNTS, publick. Vide Supply.
-, -of Debts at Interest, ordered, 27 Oct. Read, and referred to Committee, 31. Report, 3 Nov.-of the Quantities of certain foreign Commodities imported, and Money raised thereupon, ordered 19. Referred to Committee, 26. Vide Supply.-of Commodities exported between Michaelmas 1668, and Michaelmas 1669, and Allowances made for defective Goods, ordered, 28. Presented, and referred to Committee, 8 Dec.-of Debts due to Crown, and by whom, ordered, 12. Presented, and referred to Committee, 13.

Address of Thanks, on King's Speech, at Whitehall, presented by whole House, 22 Feb.-for suppressing Conventicles, and putting Laws against Popish Recusants in execution, 8 Mar. King's Answer, 12.-relating to Dover Pier, 29. King's Answer, 23 Feb. Vide Dover.-to stop further levying Imposition on Wines, 17 Dec. King's Answer, 20.-for calling in Patent for Lighthouses in Ireland, 8 Feb. King's Answer, 14.-to prevent Growth of Popery, Committee to prepare it, and consider of Proposals offered, 17. Report to be made 18. Made, 20. Lords Concurrence to be desired, 21. Conference, desired by Lords thereupon, agreed to; Managers ap pointed; Conference held, and reported; same Committee to examine Matters of Fact, wherein Lords are not satisfied; revived, and Order for sitting, 3 Mar. Report; Conference to be desired with Lords; Managers appointed, 9. Lords Concurrence to Address signified, 10. Address presented by both Houses, King's Answer, and Thanks thereupon, 3.- concerning indigent Officers Money, 14.-from Lords, brought by Managers at a Conference, that King would encourage the Wear of English Manufactures, agreed to, 12 Apr. Presented by both Houses, King's Answer, and Thanks thereupon, 22.-That Governors of Plantations, except Tangier, may take Oaths appointed by Acts of Navigation and Trade, 22.

Adjournment, without doing Business, 11 Mar.-till Afternoon, 11. 14. 17, 18, 19. 30, & 31 Mar. 2. 4. 8, 9. & 11 Apr. 9, 10. 13, 14. 16. 18. 23. 27. 29. & 31 Mar. 1. 7. 11. & 14 Apr.-On King's Pleasure signified, 11 Apr.-on special Resolution, 24 Oct. 7 Nov. 29 Dec. & 17 Mar.-Question for it, Neg. 12 Dec. Special Resolution for adjourning every Day till Afternoon, 6 Mar.-upon a Division, 18.

Agmondesham, Election, Petition, 23 Feb.

Albans, St. Bill for maintaining a Minister therein, ordered, 15 Mar.

Albemarle, Duke of, Bill, from the Lords, to re-convey Lands mortgaged to his Father, 21 Nov. Read, 22. Committed, 23. Committees added, 24. Bill reported, 26. Passed, with Amendments, 29. Amendments agreed to by Lords, 3 Dec.

Ale. Vide Beer.

Amendment to a Bill by Lords, laid aside, as laying Tax, 24 Mar.

Ancram, Lord. Vide Privileges.

Apprentices. Vide Children.

Arrests of Judgments, and superseding Executions, Bill to prevent them, committed, 25 Nov. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 26. Passed, 8 Dec.

Arundel House, Bill, from Lords, for building it, 17 Mar. Read, 22. Committed, 27. Reported, 29. Passed, 4. Apr.

Asaph, St. Bishop of. Vide Bangor.

Ashley, Antony, Bill, from Lords, to levy Fines, and suffer Recoveries, notwithstanding Minority, read, 23 Mar. Committed, 28. Passed, 30.

Assize, Clerks of. Vide Fees.

Attorney-general, thanked for his great care in vindicating the Privileges of House, 22 Apr.

25° Car. II. Parl 2. Sess. 10. A. 1672, & 1673.

ADDRESS of Thanks on King's Speech, and to acquaint him House will consider it, 5 Feb.-and Petition, touching Suspension of penal Laws, Committee to prepare it, 10. To withdraw Address; to be reported, 13. Reported, Question that Lords Concurrence be desired, Neg. 14. Address presented by whole House; King's Answer, 19. Motion that King be moved for further Answer, Debate thereon adjourned, 22. King's Answer, and Thanks thereupon; further Consideration of Answer adjourned, 24. Resumed, Committee to consider of Answer thereto, 25. Report, read Paragraph by Paragraph, 26. Further Address presented by whole House, King's Answer, 27.-for suppressing Popery, Committee to prepare it, upon Subject-matter of a former Address, 28. Report; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 3 Mar. Conference desired by them, agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, and reported; Lords Amendments, in part disagreed to; Committee to assign Reasons, 6. Report; Conference desired, and agreed to; Managers appointed, Lords Concurrence signified; Address presented by both Houses-King's Answer, 7.-of Thanks on King's Speech, Lords Concurrence desired; signified; Address presented by both Houses; King's Answer, 8.-representing the Danger of Ireland by Growth of Popery, Committee to prepare it; Resolutions for inserting several Particulars, 18. Two Addresses reported, and read Paragraph by Paragraph, both to be presented by whole House, 25. Presented; King's Answer 26.-from Lords, for Encouragement of home-made Manufactures, agreed to, with an Amendment, presented by select Number of both Houses; King's Answer, and Thanks thereupon; Address to be entered in Journal, 27. -Question for Address for printing Addresses concerning Grievances, and King's Answer, Affirmative, 29.-concerning the Match between Duke of York and Princess of Modena, and desiring he may only marry a Protestant, 20 Oct.
-, -Read, Paragraph by Paragraph, 26 Feb. & 25 Mar.- to be presented by select Number of both House, 27.

Adjournment on special Resolution, 15 Feb.-till Afternoon, 19 Feb. 7, 8. 22. 25. 27. & 29 Mar.-upon a Division, 27 Mar. -on King's Pleasure signified, 29.-Question for it, Neg. 24 Feb.

Aldborough, new Writ, 20 Oct.

Aliens Duty, Committee to prepare Bill for taking it off upon home Commodities, exported, 8 Feb. Bill read, 26. Committed, 4 Mar. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 7. Passed, 18.

Amendments, House goes into a Committee, to consider Lords Amendments to a Bill; Chairman to examine Amendments thereto before Report, 22 Mar.

Andover, new Writ, 6 Feb.

Apprentices, Vide Poor.

Assessment Vide Supply.

25° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 11. A. 1673.

ADDRESS, concerning Match between Duke of York and Princess of Modena, Committee to prepare it, 30 Oct. Report 31. Speaker to read and present it; presented by the whole House; King's Answer, 3 Nov.-and Petition for Fast, Committee to prepare it, 31 Oct. Report; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 3 Nov.

Adjournment on Special Resolution, 27 Oct.

Aldborough, new Writ, 27 Oct.

25° & 26° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 12. A. 1673, & 1674.

ADDRESS, of Thanks, for Acts done towards suppressing Popery, and for Promises in Speech, to be presented by whole House.-that Militia may be ready, to suppress tumultuous Meetings, to be presented with the former, 12 Jan. Severally presented; King's Answer, 13.-for removing Duke of Lauderdale from all Employment, and from the King's Presence and Councils, 13. To be presented by the whole House, 31. Presented; Speaker, on presenting, to return Thanks for last Speech, 5 Feb. King's Answer, 6.-for removing Duke of Buckingham from Employments and from the King's Presence, and Councils, 13 Jan. Debate, whether Lords Concurrence shall be desired, adjourned, 31. Resumed; Question for it, Neg. 5 Feb. King's Answer, 7.-of Thanks, on last Speech, Lords Concurrence desired; their Answer, 29 Jan.-with Vote of Advice, Lords Concurrence desired; Messenger dismissed without Answer; Vote, from Lords, to same purport; Messengers dismissed without Answer, 29. Lords Vote considered, and agreed to, with an Amendment, Committee to assign Reasons; Conference desired, agreed to, and held; another Conference, desired by Lords, agreed to; Managers appointed: Conference held, and reported; Lords Concurrence to Amendment signified, 3 Feb. Address presented by both Houses; King's Answer, 6.-to appoint Persons to bring Duke of Norfolk into England, Lords Concurrence to be desired, 6.-for disbanding that part of Army raised since 1 Jan. 1663, to be presented by whole House, 7. Speaker, upon presenting, to desire Forces from Ireland may not be continued in Arms here, 10. King's Answer, 11.-of Thanks for making a speedy Peace, to be presented by whole House- from Lords to same purport, Messengers dismissed without Answer, Committee to assign Reasons; Conference, desired with Lords, agreed to, Managers appointed, Conference held, and reported 11.

Adjournment, on special Order, 7 Jan.-without doing Business, 30 Jan, & 5 Feb.-till Afternoon, 5 Feb.

Aldborough Election, Petition, 7 Jan. Merits of the Cause, and Return, to be heard together, 23.

Arlington, Earl of, Articles of treasonable and other Crimes against him, presented, and read; his Letter to Speaker, read; heard upon Questions agreed to be proposed to him, 15 Jan. Debate adjourned, 15, 16, 17. & 19. Resumed, 16, 17. 19. & 20. Articles read Second time, 16. Captain Pauldin, examined as to last Articles, desires further Time to prepare Evidence; Resolution to proceed on Articles Head by Head; several Articles read; Information given of illegal Commitments, and Discharges; Lieutenant of Tower to produce Warrants, Committee to go with him, and peruse them, and Books of Entries, 17. Report, Copies thereof read, Original delivered by Lieutenant, and, after Debate, re-delivered, 19. Question for Address to remove Earl of Arlington from all Employments, and from King's Presence and Councils, Neg. a Committee to consider what is contained in the Articles fit for an Impeachment, 20. Committees added, 26 Jan. 3 & 11 Feb. Report to be made, 14. Made, and, after Debate, re-committed to same Committee, to proceed on Articles Head by Head, 17.

Aulnage, Petition, complaining of Abuses in collecting it, referred to a Committee; Committee to prepare Bill to prevent them, 14 Feb.

Avon. Vide Piscary.

27° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 13. A. 1675.

ABATHRAT. Vide Privileges.

Abingdon, new Writ, 13 Apr.

Address of Thanks, for Assurances to preserve Religion and Properties, and for calling a Parliament, to be presented by whole House, 13 Apr. Presented, 14. King's Answer, 15.-for removing Duke of Lauderdale from his Employments, and from King's Presence and Councils, Committee to prepare Reasons, 14. Impowered to send for Persons, Papers, and Records, 15. Report touching Dr. Burnett's Testimony, Debate thereon adjourned, 21. Resumed; Serjeant to give him Notice to attend; Report read, Paragraph by Paragraph; Dr. Burnett examined; his Answer not satisfactory; Heads reduced into Writing, and amended by him, 23. Debate thereon adjourned, 23 Apr. 6, 7. 14. 18. 21. & 28 May. Address read, Paragraph by Paragraph, and to be presented by whole House, 23 Apr. Further Address, 5 May. King's Answer to former, 7. Debate thereon adjourned, 7. 14. 21. & 28. Resumed, and Committee to prepare further Address, 31.- for recalling Subjects out of the French King's Service, to be presented by whole House, 19 Apr. Presented, 21. King's Answer to be considered, 8 May. Considered; referred to Committee of whole House, 10. Further Address, 11. Committee to prepare it, 14. Report; Question for reading, Affirmative; further Consideration adjourned, 20. Further Address to be presented by Secretaries of State, 2 June.-to prevent Anticipation upon Customs, to be presented by whole House, 24 Apr. Presented, 29. King's Answer, 3 May.-for appointing another Serjeant, instead of the present, committed to the Tower, 2 June.-of Thanks, on King's Speech, 5.
-, - read, Paragraph by Paragraph, 23 Apr.-Presented by Secretaries of State, 2 June.

Adjournment till Afternoon, 14. 21. 26. & 29 Apr. 7 May; 4, 5, & 6 June.-without doing Business, 14 & 21 Apr. & 7 May.-on King's Pleasure signified, 5 June.

Affidavits, Bill for taking them in the Country, ordered, 15 Apr. Read, 28 May.

Aldborough Election, Petition, 17 Apr. Report, 24.

Almshouses. Vide Hospitals.

Artificers, and handicraft Workmen, Bill for their Encouragement, ordered, 4 May. Read, 14.

Aulnage, Petition of Woollen-drapers, complaining of Abuses in collecting the Duty, referred to a Committee, 15 Apr. Other Petitions presented, and referred, 22 & 30. Committee impowered to consider of a way to take off the Duty, and give Compensation to Persons interested, 22. Committees added, 22 & 30. Committee to consider Balance of Trade with France, and a way to set the Poor on Work, by making Linen; impowered to receive Petitions, 30. Adjourned, and Order for sitting, 1 June. Report, touching Balance of Trade, to be made, 7. Made, 9.

Avon. Vide Piscary.

27° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 14. A. 1675.

ADDRESS, that Members may be summoned to attend by Proclamation only, 27 Oct.-representing the Default of not apprehending Mons. St. Germain, Committee to prepare it-of Thanks, for preferring Dr. Brevall, a Convert, to be presented by one Member-for Preferment for Mr. Luzancy and Mr. Lamott-for Preferment for Chaplain, 13 Nov.-for encouraging the Wear of English Manufactures, Committee to prepare it, 19.
-, -to be presented by one Member, 13 Nov.

Adjournment, without doing Business, 5 Nov.-upon a Division, 6. 17. & 20.-Question for it, Neg. 8. 11. & 18.

Affidavits, Bill for taking them in the Country, read, 20 Nov.

Atkins, Mr. Vide Quarrel.

28°, 29° & 30° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 15. A. 1676, 1677, & 1678.

ABINGDON Election, Report, Sir Robert Hanson's Petition, and Claim dismissed, 21 Mar.

Accounts of the Charge of a Regiment of Foot, ordered, 1 Feb. Presented, and referred to Committee of Supply, 8 Feb.

Address, for entering into a strict and speedy Alliance with Confederates, Committee to prepare it, 6 Mar. Report; Address to be new-written, and Blank left; Lords Concurrence desired; Messenger dismissed without Answer, 10. Conference, desired by Lords, agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, reported, and to be considered, 13. Considered; a Committee to assign Reasons for disagreeing to Lords Amendments, 14. Report; another Conference desired, with Lords, agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, and reported; Lords Concurrence to Address, as sent up, signified, 15. King's Answer, 17. Motion for further Address, Debate adjourned, 20. Resumed, Committee to prepare it, with Assurance of Assistance, if necessitated to enter into a War, 26. Address to be reported, 28. Reported; Question for Re-commitment, Neg. To be presented by whole House, 29.-that Duke of Norfolk may be brought home from his Consinement beyond Sea, 15 Mar. Committee to prepare it, 21. Address to be reported, 9 Apr. Reported, 10.-of Thanks, on Message touching the Posture of Affairs abroad, with Assurance of Assistance, Committee to prepare it, 12 Apr. Reported, and to be presented by whole House, 13.-of Thanks, on Message for additional Supplies, or Credit upon new Funds, and touching Adjournment, Committee to prepare it; Report; King's Answer, 16.-for entering into strict Alliances with Confederates, Committee to prepare it, and assign Reasons for not complying with King's Speech before such Alliances entered into, with Assurance of chearful and speedy Supplies, when they are entered into, 23 May. Reported, and to be presented by whole House, 25. Presented, 26. King's Answer, 28.-of Thanks to King for his Care of Protestant Religion, and desiring he will enter into no Alliance, but what will effectually curb the Power of France, and to prohibit Trade therewith, Committee to prepare it, 29 Jan. Reported, and to be presented by whole House, 31. King's Answer, 4 Feb.-for a Declaration of War against France, with Assurances of plentiful and speedy Supplies; and for recalling Ministers from France and Nimeguen, and sending French Embassadors home, Committee to prepare it, 14 Mar. Report; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 15. Signified, with Amendments; Amendments disagreed to; Committee to assign Reasons, 19. Report, Conference desired, and agreed to, 21. Held, and reported, 22.-for a Recess, 26 Mar. King's Answer, 27.-for all Treaties mentioned in Lord Chancellor's Speech, or relating thereto; Treaties presented, 29 Apr.-for original Proposals of Peace, Instructions sent into France, and French King's Answer, 29. King's Answer, 30.-that they they may be produced to Committee on Treaties, 30.- Abstract reported, 2 May-concerning the League with the Dutch, with Advice to enter into a strict and speedy Alliance with Confederates, and prohibit Trade with France; and desiring to be excused for not presenting it in usual Form, 4 May. King's Answer, 6.-for removing Duke of Lauderdale from King's Presence and Councils; Committee to preparc it, 7. Report, 8.-for a speedy Answer to last Address, and for removing Counsellors who advised Answers to Two former, Committee to prepare it, 7. Question, that Committee sit during Adjournment; Negative; have Leave to sit, 8. Report, read Paragraph by Paragraph; Address to be presented by whole House; Matter concerning Duke of Lauderdale to be added, 10.
-, -read, Paragraph by Paragraph, 10 May.

Adjournment (Vide Speaker) till Afternoon, 2, 14, and 16 Apr. 4 and 8 May-on King's Pleasure signified, 16 Apr. 26 May, 16 July, 3 Dec. 15 & 30 Jan.-upon a Question, 1 Feb. & 8 May.-without doing Business, 26 May-upon a Division, 9 Feb.-Question for it, Negative, 5 & 10 Apr. 26 May, & 10 May.

Administrators. Vide Executors.

Affidavits, Bill for taking them in the Country, read, 23 Feb. Committed, 5 Mar. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 23. Passed, 3 Apr.

Aldborough Election, Petition read, and withdrawn on account of Irregularity, 19 Feb. Another Petition read, and referred to Committee of Privileges and Elections, 26.

Alder, Henry, and others, Petition, 7 Mar. Vide Hackney Coachmen.

Ale. Vide Coal.

Army, List of General Officers, and their Entertainment, presented. Question for reading Negative, 15 Feb.

Arnold, Mr. thanked for Informations about Growth of Popery, 27 Mar.

Asaph, St. Bill from Lords for appropriating Rectories to Repairs of Cathedral, and Maintenance of Choir there, and for uniting several Parishes in the Diocese, 9 Mar. Read, 16. Committed, 22. Reported, and passed, 30 Apr. Sent to Lords, 3 May.

Ashburnham, Mr. charged by Sir John Holland with having traduced him to King, for a seditious and scandalous Speech made last Session, heard, and cleared, 15 Feb.

Ashburton, New Writ, 16 Feb.

Atheism and Blasphemy, Bill from Lords for punishing them, 9 Feb. Read, 16.

Attornies, Bill for suppressing the Abuses, and lessening the Number of them, ordered, 19 Mar. Read, 24. Committed, 2 Apr. Committee revived, and Order for sitting, 29 Jan. and 7 Feb.

Audley, Lord, and others, Bill from Lords for restoring them, 27 Feb. Read, 1 Mar. Committed; Instruction, 20. Reported, 30 Apr. Passed, with Amendments, 3 May. Amendments agreed to by Lords, 4.

Aulnage Duty, Bill to prevent Abuses in collecting it, ordered, 27 Mar.

Awbrey, Herbert, Bill to sell Lands, read, 9 Mar. Committed, 12. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 26. Passed, 30. Agreed to by Lords, 7 Apr.

30° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 16. A. 1678.

ACCOUNTS, Motion for ordering Accounts of Disbursements of 200,000£. charged on Credit of additional Excise, Debate thereon adjourned, 6 June. Resumed; Question that House is obliged to repay it, Affirmative; Committee to take Account thereof, 8. Order for their sitting, 12. Report to be made, 15. Made; Resolutions thereupon, 17.

Address, Motion for it; Debate adjourned, 25 May-that if King will enter into a War against France, House will assist him; if not, they will consider of providing for speedy disbanding the Army, 27. King's Answer, to be considered, 28. Considered; Resolution thereupon, 30.-of Thanks on King's Speech, 18 June.

Adjournment on a Division, 3 June.

Administrators. Vide Executors.

Affidavits on same Paper with Petition to be blotted out, 30 May. -Bill to prevent Abuses in taking Affidavits in the Country, read, 31. Committed, 15 June. Committee revived, and Order for sitting, 28. Bill reported, and to be ingrossed, 8 July.

Aldborough Election Petition, with Affidavit on same Paper, Clerk to blot out Affidavit, 30 May-New Writ, 19 June.

Artificers Petition, 17 June. Vide Burglaries.

Ashburton Election, Petition, 31 May.

30° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 17. A. 1678.

ACCOUNTS of Money paid the Forces raised, or come from foreign Parts, since 29 Sept. 1667.-of Money issued for their Use-Distinct Account of what has been paid to those in Flanders raised since 29 Sept. 1677, severally ordered, 29 Nov.-to what time they are paid, and what is in Arrear, to be delivered to a Committee, 4 Dec.-of what will be due to those to be disbanded, 1st Jan. next, 14.

Address for removing Popish Recusants from London, Committee to prepare it, 21 Oct. Report, Lords Concurrence to be desired, 23. Committee to withdraw, and prepare Clause for Safety of King's Person, and for ordering proper Officers to appoint sufficient Guards of the Militia in and near London; Clause reported; Address returned from Lords, with Amendments; Amendments agreed to, with an Addition, 24. Lords Concurrence, desired thereto, signified, 25. Address presented by both Houses, 26. King's Answer, 28-for all Papers relating to the Plot, 21 Oct. King's Answer, 30.-from Lords for Fast, agreed to with an Amendment, 21. Presented by both Houses, 22. King's Answer, 23-for Keys of Langhorn's Chambers to be delivered to a Committee, to be presented by Secretaries of State, 25. King's Answer, 26-for Mr. Coleman's and all other Papers relating to the Plot; King's Answer, 26-for Inventory of Coleman's Papers already sorted; and that the rest may be delivered to a Committee, 29. Papers delivered to Clerk of House, 31-for executing Order touching the Militia; King's Answer, 1 Nov.-for a Place of more Safety for House to sit in, 2.-for a Proclamation for apprehending Conyers, Symonds, Beddingfield, and Cattaway; and for Order for more effectual disarming Popish Recusants, and apprehending suspicious Persons at Sea-Ports; Committee to prepare it, 2. Report; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 8. Returned from Lords, with Amendments; Amendments agreed to, 9. Presented by both Houses, 11. King's Answer, 12-for Pardon to Coleman, if he makes full Discovery, to be presented by Speaker; King's Answer, 2.-for printing and publishing Two of Coleman's Letters, and One of Lecheze's; Committee to prepare it, 6. Address reported, and to be written fair, with a Blank; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 7. Message from King relating thereto; Letters to be redelivered, 9. House puts Lords in mind of Address, 14, & 22.-for a particular Prayer for London and Westminster, relating to the Plot, 8 Nov. King's Answer, 9. Another Address relating thereto, 10. King's Answer, 12.-of Thanks on King's Speech presented by whole House; King's Answer, 9.-for calling home Sir William Godolphin, to answer an Accusation of High Treason, 12. King's Answer, 13.-for a special Commission to tender Oaths to certain Persons, 12. King's Answer, 14.-Further Address for tendering the Oaths to the Queen's and Princess's Servants; Committee to prepare it, 14. Report, 15-for Pardon to Mr. Bedloe, 14. King's Answer, 15. That the Pardon may be made sufficient, 22. King's Answer, 23. That it may extend to this Day inclusive; King's Answer, 26. That it may extend to Misprision of Treason; King's Answer, 27. Further Answer, 28-for a special Commission to try Mehayne and Lloyd; Committee to prepare it, 15. Report, Address to be presented by whole House, 16-for Encouragement to such as shall make further Discovery of the Plot; Committee to prepare it, 16. Report, 19. Lords Concurrence to be desired, 20.-for raising the Militia, Committee to prepare it, 18. Report; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 22. Conference, desired by Lords thereupon, agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, and reported, 23.-representing Reasons for committing Secretary Williamson to Tower, Committee to prepare it; Report, 19. King's Answer to be considered, 23.-for Letters and Papers relating to Plot, which have not been perused, 22. King's Answer, 23.-for recalling Forces from Flanders, in order to disband them, 27. Answer, 28. King declares, he never gave Order for such Answer, 7 Dec.-for removing the Queen, and all suspected Persons, from Court, Committee to prepare it; Report, 28 Nov.-relating to Mr. Oates, 28. King's Answer 29. Further Answer, 2 Dec.-for securing all Papists, and suspected Papists, Committee to prepare it, 28 Nov. Report; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 4 Dec. Desired, 5. Signified, 6. King's Answer, 7.-representing the present State and Danger of the Nation, Heads voted, Committee to prepare it, 2 Dec. Report to be expedited, 18. -that all Papers, relating to the Plot, may be delivered to a Committee; same Committee to present it, 5 Dec.-for takeing off all Restraint from Mr. Oates, except the Guard without his Chamber, 6. King's Answer, 7.-relating to Information against Mr. Montague, 19. King's Answer, 20.- desiring King to have greater Regard to his Safety, to be presented by whole House, 23.-for special Commission to try Persons in Prison for Murder of Sir Edmondbury Godfrey; King's Aswer, 28.
-, - presented by Secretaries of State, 25 Oct.-by Speaker, 2 Nov.-House puts Lords in mind of Address, 14 & 22.- presented by a Committee, 5 Dec.

Adjournment till Afternoon, 22 & 26 Oct. 1, 2. 9. 19. & 26 Nov. 23 & 28 Dec.-without doing Business, 22 & 26 Oct. & 5 Nov.-Question for Adjournment, Neg. 26 Nov. Special Resolution for Adjournment on a future Day, 11 Dec.- Resolution, that Speaker shall not adjourn House without Question put, if insisted on, 19 Dec.

Aldborough Election, Petitions, 22 & 26 Oct.

Allegiance. Vide Oaths.

Ambassadors, foreign, Committee to consider of Access and Reception of them, 22 Nov.

Andover Election Petitions, 21 Oct. & 6 Nov.

Army, State of the Nation, relating thereto, to be considered, 23. 25, & 26 Nov. Resolution re-considered touching disbanding the Forces, 27. The Manner thereof to be considered in Committee of whole House, 27 & 28. Considered; Report; Committee to prepare Instructions for disbanding them, 29. Report; same Committee to prepare Bill, pursuant to Instructions, with a penal and indemnifying Clause; Committees added, 3 Dec. Account to what time the Army is paid, and what is in Arrear, to be delivered to them, and they to make Computation of what will be due 1st Jan. next, 4. Report, referred to Committee on Ways and Means, 7. Conference, desired by Lords, about disbanding Army, agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, reported, and to be considered, 9.

Arundel of Wardour, Lord, Committee to prepare Articles of Impeachment against him, 1 Nov. Impeached; Impeachment sent to Lords; same Committee to prepare Articles against Lord Bellasis, Lord Petre, Lord Viscount Stafford, and Earl of Powys; Oates and Bedloe's Informations to be delivered; Committee to desire of King, that all Papers, relating to the Plot, may be delivered to them, 5 Dec. To sit de die in diem, 9. First Twelve Committees to be a Committee of Secrecy; another added, 14. To examine Mr. Praunce in Newgate, 23. Papers out of Jesuits Bags, that may be useful, to be transmitted to them; Committee to inspect Journals for Precedents, 28.

Ash, Mr. Vide Quarrel.

Ashburton Election, Petition, 2 Nov.

Atkins, Mr. Vide Plot, Godfrey.

Attainder, Bill, from Lords, to attaint certain Persons of Treason, 23 Nov.

Attorney-general, Letters, directed to Mr. Bennyfield, sent to him, 17 Dec.

31° Car. II. Parl. 3. Sess. 1. A. 1678, & 1679.

ACCOUNTS of Money due to the Army, ordered, 29 Mar. Presented, and referred to Committee, 1 Apr.

Address for a Fast, Committee to prepare it, 20 Mar. Report; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 21. Signified; Address to be presented by both Houses, 22. Presented, 24.-for Reward to Mr. Bedloe, for discovering the Murder of Sir Edmundbury Godfrey, and for Reward to Discoverers of Priests, 21. King's Answer, 22.-that the Care of Bedloe's Safety may be recommended to Duke of Monmouth, presented by a select Number of Members; King's Answer, 21.-that Papers, relating to the Plot, may be delivered to a Committee, 24. King's Answer, 27 & 28.-representing the Illegality and dangerous Consequences of Lord Danby's Pardon, Committee to prepare it, 24.-for removing Mr. Sackville from all Employments, 25.-for Proclamation to apprehend the Earl of Danby, and for Orders that he be not permitted to reside in any Palace, Committee to prepare it, 4 Apr. Report, 8. King's Answer, 10.-for special Commission to try Mr. Reading, Committee to prepare it, 5. Report, 8. King's Answer, 10.-of Thanks, on a Message relating to Mr. Reading, to be presented by one Member, 7.-representing Report touching late Fire in Fetter-lane, and desiring Pardonfor Stubbs and Oxley, 26. King's Answer 28.-for Proclamation, requiring Gifford, Flower, and Roger *, to surrender by a short Day, 26. King's Answer, 28.-for Order for executing Pickering, and other Popish Priests condemned, Committee to prepare it, 26. Report; Address to be presented by whole House, 27. King's Answer, 29.-for Proclamation to remove Papists Ten Miles from London, and revoke Licences to the contrary, 26. King's Answer, 28.-for Order to put Dr. Nelson out of the Commission of Peace, 1 May.-for removing Duke of Lauderdale from his Employments, and from King's Presence and Councils, Committee to prepare it; Instruction relating to Scotch Laws, and Failure of Commerce between the Two Kingdoms, 6. Report; Address to be presented by whole House, 8. King's Answer, 9.-for Originals, or Copies of Papers, relating to the Hunter Sloop, and Ship Catherine, to be delivered to a Committee, 6.-for raising the Militia, Committee to prepare it, 9. Report; Lords Concurrence desired, and signified, 10-for putting the Trained Bands of Westminster in Arms, 9.-that House will stand by King with their Lives and Fortunes, and revenge on them any Violences offered by Papists, Committee to prepare it, 11. Address reported, and re-committed to same Committee; Committees added, and Order for fitting, 13. Address reported from Recommitment, and to be presented by whole House, 14. Presented, 19. King's Answer, 20.
-, -presented by a select Number of Members, 21 Mar. By one Member, 7 Apr.

Adjournment till Afternoon, 24 Mar. 5. 8, 9, 10, 11, 12. 14, 15. 21. 24. & 26 Apr. 3. 8, 9. & 19 May.-without doing Business, 11 Apr. & 19 May.-Question for Adjournment Neg. 10 & 14 Apr.-Resolution for adjourning every Day till Seven o'Clock next Morning, 29 Apr.

African Company. Vide Navy.
-, -Petition to be heard at Bar, 27 May.

Aldborough Election, and double Return, Petition, 19 Mar. Report; Right of Election determined; Return to be amended, 15 May. Amended, 16.

Andover Election, Petition, 28 Mar.

Army, Committee of whole House to consider of disbanding the Forces raised, or brought home, since 29 Sept. 1677, Account thereof, and what is due to them, ordered, 29 Mar. Considered; Account presented; a select Committee to examine it, 1 Apr. Report to be made, 7 & 12. Made, 15.
-, -Vote, that standing Forces, other than Militia, is a Grievance, 1 Apr.

Arundell of Wardour, Lord. Vide Powys.

Ashburton Election, Petition, 19 Mar.

Artillery and Ammunition, Account touching the Train shipping for Portsmouth, ordered, 10 May. Presented, and referred to Committee; Instruction to examine what Arms have been delivered, and sold, or sent abroad, and to inquire of the State of English Garisons, and how the Money, designed for Office of Ordnance, and particular Garisons, has been disposed of, 12. Committees added, 16. Report to be made, 26.

31° & 32° Car. II. Parl. 4. Sess. 1. A. 1679, & 1680.

ACTIONS, vexatious, Bill to prevent them, read, 7 Jan. Address for Pardon to Persons, who shall, within a limited Time, make satisfactory Discovery to House of the Plot, Committee to prepare it, 26 Oct. Report; Address to be presented by whole House, 27. King's Answer, 29.-that House will support the King, and Protestant Religion, Committee to prepare it, 27. Report, 29. Presented by whole House, 30. King's Answer, 1 Nov.-for Preferment for Dr. Tonge, 29 Oct. King's Answer, 30.-for all Papers, delivered to Privy Council, relating to the Plot, 30. King's Answer, 1 Nov.-for Pardon to Dangerfield, and that King would take him, Dugdale, Praunce, and Ferria, into his Protection, 2. King's Answer, 4.-for a full and general Pardon to Dangerfield and Turbervile, and for an Allowance to the latter, 9. King's Answer, 10. Turbervile's Pardon to be lodged in Mr. Treby's Hands, 29.-in Answer to a Message, Committee to prepare it, 10. Report; Address to be presented by whole House, 11.-for full Pardon to Jennison, 10 King's Answer, 13.-for Pardon and Protection to Murphy, Bourck, Samson, Macnamarra, Fitzgerald, and Coning-for Money to defray incident Charges at Lords Tryal, Money to be deposited in Mr. Clare's Hands-for all Evidences delivered to Secretaries of State, or Clerks of Council, relating to Plot, 12. King's Answer to each, 13.-for removing Sir George Jefferys from all publick Employments, Committee to prepare it, 13. Report, 19. King's Answer, 20.-representing the dangerous State of the Nation, in Answer to a Message from King, Committee to prepare it, 17. Report; Address to be presented by whole House, 27.-for removing Earl of Hallifax from King's Presence and Councils, Committee to prepare it, 17. Report read, Paragraph by Paragraph, 22. King's Answer, 26. Written Answer to be considered, 26.-for full Pardon, Protection, and an Allowance, to Lewis, and tha Pardons, already granted, may extend to all Crimes, and that to this Time, 18. King's Answer, 20.-for remitting Harris's Fine, 19. Further Address thereupon, Committee to prepare it, 23. Reported, and re-committed; Committee added; Order for proceeding, 8 Dec. Address reported from Re-commitment, 21.-for a Fast, Committee to prepare it, 19 Nov. Report; Lords Concurrence desired, and signified, 23. King's Answer 26.-for a full Pardon and an Allowance to Mr. Zeile, 19. King's Answer, 22.-for Allowance to Witnesses touching the Plot in Ireland, 19. King's Answer 20.-for Preferment for Mr. Smith, 19. King's Answer, 20.-that Pardons, already granted, may extend to all Crimes to the last Time of their respective Discoveries, 20. King's Answer, 22.-for Allowance to Mrs. Bedloe, 23.-that Protestant Diffenters, prosecuted on penal Laws against Papists, may be admitted to Composition, without paying Fees, 24. King's Answer 26.-for remitting Dare's Fine, 26-for full Pardon to Denis, 27. King's Answer; Pardon to be lodged in Mr. Treby's Hands, 29.-of Thanks on King's Speech, Committtee to prepare it, 18 Dec. To fit during Sitting of House; Report; Address to be presented by whole House, 20.-for all Evidences relating to Plot, 30. King's Answer; House informed, the Papers were transmitted to Lords, 31.-for removing Mr. Hide, Lord Clarendon, and Lord Feversham, from Employments, and King's Presence, Committee to prepare it, 7 Jan.-for Proclamation for apprehending Sir John Lloyd, Sir Edward Philips, Herbert Hering, Samuel Verdon, Miles Baspole, * Isles, and Arthur Yeomens, if they do not surrender to Serjeant by a Day to be limited, 8.-for restoring Duke of Monmouth to his Offices, and Commands, 10.
-, -read Paragraph by Paragraph, 22 Nov.

Adjournment, on a Question, 21 Oct. Till Afternoon, 30 Oct. & 29 Nov.-without doing Business, 30 Oct. & 22 Dec.

African Company, Petition against them referred to a Committee, 16 Dec. Another Petition presented, and referred; Committees added, 5 Jan.

Agmondesham Election, Petitions, 25 Oct. & 3 Nov. Report to be made, 22 & 26 Nov. 8 & 10 Dec. Made; Right of Election determined; Election declared void-new Writ, 11 Dec. Election; Petition, 20. To be read, 20, 21. & 23. Read; Matter to be heard at Bar, 4 Jan.

Ale.Vide Tobacco.

Anderson, Lionel, Petition, Committee to examine him in Newgate, 3 Nov. Report; Debate thereon; Committee to make further Examination; impowered to send for Persons, Papers, and Records, 4.

Appleby, new Writ, 28 Oct.

Archer, John, Petition referred to Committee of Privileges and Elections, 25 Oct.

Army, Committee to examine Accounts of Commissioners for disbanding Forces raised since 29 Sept. 1677, 20 Dec. Committees added, 24 Dec. & 5 Jan. Petition presented, and referred, 8 Jan.

Arundell of Wardour, Lord. Vide Powys.

Atheism, Blasphemy, Swearing, and Debauchery, Bill to punish them, and for better Observation of Lord's Day, ordered, 23 Dec.

Attorney-general, to prosecute Pickering, 18 Dec.

Aulnett. Vide Privileges.

Ayloffe, Mr. Vide Privileges.

33° Car. II. Parl. 5. Sess. 1. A. 1680 & 1681.

ACTIONS. Vide Trespass.

Address, that the Theatre in Oxford may be prepared for Sitting of House, 26 Mar.

Adjournment till Afternoon, 26 Mar.

Agmondesham Election, Petition, 24 Mar.

Andover Election, Petition, 24 Mar.

Ashburton Election, Petition, 24 Mar.

1° 2° & 3° Jac. II. Parl. 1. Sess. 1. A. 1685, 1686, & 1687.

ACT read, 19 May.

Address of Thanks on King's Speech, Lords Concurrence desired, and signified; Address presented by both Houses; King's Answer, 22 May.-that House will stand by King with Lives and Fortunes, presented by whole House; King's Answer, 23.-of Thanks, on Message touching Landing of Duke of Monmouth and Lord Grey, and Assurance that House will stand by him, Committee to prepare it; Instruction, that King be desired to take care of his Person; Report; Address presented by whole House, 13 June. King's Answer, 15.-for Proclamation, for bringing Duke of Monmouth's Body, dead or alive, 15.-of Thanks, on Message that Earl of Argyle is taken, 22.-relating to Officers in the Army unqualified, Committee to prepare it; Instruction to return Thanks for suppressing Rebellion, 14 Nov. Report; Question, that Lords Concurrence be desired, Neg. Address to be presented by whole House, 16. King's Answer; Motion for considering it, 18.

Adjournment, on a Question, 19 May.-till Afternoon, 22 & 23 May; 13 & 27 June; & 17 Nov.-without doing Business, 29 May. On King's Pleasure signified, 2 July, & 4 Aug.

Agmondesham Election, Petitions, 25 May.

Albans, St. Election, Petition, 30 May.

Alderney, Petition from, 19 June. Vide Wool.

Ale. Vide Beer.

Aliens Duty, Committee to prepare Bill to revive Act for taking it off on home-made Commodities, 6 June.

Andrews, St. Holborn, Petition, Members for London to give an Answer, 5 June.

Anne, St. Westminster, Bill to make it parochial, ordered, 3 June.

Read, 6. Committed, 11. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 17.

Passed 23. Returned from Lords, with Amendments; Amendments agreed to, 26.

Argyle, Earl of, his Declaration read; Resolution thereupon, 23 May. Vide Address-Message from King, acquainting the House he is taken, and Thanks thereupon, 22 June. Vide Address.

Arms, small. Vide Gunpowder.

Army, Petition of Persons unsatisfied by Commissioners for paying off, and disbanding the Forces, their Account ordered, 27 May. Serjeant to give them Notice to attend, 27 & 30. Sir Tho. Player and Colonel Whitby attend, and present Abstract; Member to desire Lord Treasurer to order other Papers to be sent to House; Speaker to write to Sir Gilbert Gerard and Colonel Birch to attend, 30. Some of their Accounts left with Clerk, and referred to Committee, 1 June. Committees added, 3 & 5. Colonel Birch examined, 5. Petitions read, and referred, 5. 11. & 25. Speaker reports Contents of Sir Gilbert Gerard's Letter, 10. Report re-committed; Committee to prepare Bill for adjusting the Accounts, 29. Revived, and to pursue former Instructions, 13 Nov.
-, -Committee to prepare bill for indemnifying Officers unqualified, for Time past, 14 Nov.