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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° & 25° 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. Seff. 1. A. 1685, 1686, & 1687.

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

MAIDSTONE, new Writs, 10 Oct. & 6 Dec.

Malmesbury, new Writ, 4 Dec. To be delivered to Member for the County, 12.

Mappleston. Vide Privileges.

Marriages, clandestine, Bill to prevent them, read, 8 Nov.

Marsh. Vide Trade.

Martin. Vide Privileges.

Members, to send Writs of Dedimus potestatem for taking Oaths to Sheriffs, and give Account of the Delivery and Execution thereof, 15 Oct.-Withdraw during a Debate, 21 Oct.- Charged with Corruption, 18.-Expelled, 22 Nov.-Have Leave to be absent, 27 Nov. 15. 17. 19, 20. 22. 24. 26, 27, & 28 Feb. 2. 4. 6. 9. 12, 13, 14. 18. 26. & 28 Mar. 2. 13. 14. 16, & 17 Apr. & 9 May. To attend as Evidence at Lords Bar, 5 Dec. As Counsel, 23 Apr.-Question, that no printed Paper be given to them at the Door, Neg. 3 Dec.- Writ for a Borough to be delivered to Member for a County, 12.-To be summoned by Sheriffs, 14.-Justices of Peace to see an Order executed, 12 Feb.-Absent at Call, to be fined 40 £. and committed to Tower till Fine paid, 13.-Fines remitted, 14. 17. 19. 21, 22. 24. 26, 27, & 28 Feb. 2. 4. 11, & 12 Mar.-Leave of Absence not to be asked till after Ten o'Clock, 20 Feb.-To disperse Proclamation for putting Laws, concerning Papists and Nonconformists, in Execution, 11 Mar.-Resolution, that no Fee is due for Orders or Writs of Elections, or upon Admission of Members, 30.-Absent at Call, to pay 40 £. to be forthwith estreated in Exchequer, on Default of Payment-absent for Three Days, without Leave, to pay 10 £. 6 Apr.

Merchant Adventurers, their Patent to be considered, 9 & 16 Nov.

Messages from King. Vide King.
-, - from Lords, acquainting House what Time King will be attended at Whitehall, 15 Oct. & 23 Apr.-that they will sit in Afternoon, 14 Dec.-desiring House to fit in Afternoon, 19 Dec. & 8 May.-for House to attend King's Commission for giving Royal Assent to Bills, 19 Dec.-about the Time of their adjourning, 18 Mar.-desiring House to appoint a Committee to join with Committee of Lords, 23 Apr.-for House to attend King's Commission for Prorogation, 1 Mar.
-, - to Lords, with Reasons for not answering a Message sooner, 23 Nov.-to put them in mind of Bills, 7 Dec. 30 Mar. 25 Apr. & 4 May.

Micklethwaite. Vide Ireland.

Millford Haven, Complaint of illegal Exactions for a Lighthouse there, referred to Committee of Grievances; Patent to be produced, 4 Nov. Order for sitting of Committee, and proceeding in Examination, 28 Mar. Report to be made, 7 Apr. Made; Resolution thereupon, 8. Vide Address.

Militia, Acts relating thereto, to be considered by whole House, 18 Dec. Referred to a Committee; Instruction to provide against illegal Commitments by Provosts Marshal, 3 Apr. Report of Resolution, that House be moved to desire King to reimburse Money paid for Duty done last Year, 8 May.

Milward. Vide Cattle.

Moneys due to the Crown. Vide Supply.

Monmouth County, new Writ, 10 Oct. Election; Petition; Committee of Elections and Privileges to examine, whether Return comes from proper Officer; Person returned, to sit till Election determined, 12 Nov. Order for Hearing, 11 Feb. Report, 14.
-, - Sheriff of. Vide Privileges.

Monour to attend a Committee, 12 Nov. Vide Juries.

Moody. Vide Hearth-money.

Mordaunt, Lord, Petition, with Articles of Impeachment against him annexed, owned, and referred to a Committee, 25 Oct. Committees added, 8 Nov. Committee revived, 8 & 28. Order for sitting, 8 & 28 Nov. & 12 Dec. Impowered to compare Petition and Articles with those of former Session, 7 Dec. Adjourned, 13. To examine Witnesses before Report, 14.

Motion, new, not to be made after Twelve o'Clock, 28 Mar.

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

MAGDALEN, St. Mary College, Cambridge, Petition referred to Committee, 4 Nov. Committees added, 9. 17. 23, & 24. All that come to have Voices, 27.

Mainard. Vide Privileges.

Medway. Vide Gravesend.

Members have Leave to be absent, 19 Oct. 11 & 29 Nov. To attend at Lords Bar as Counsel, 29 Nov.-None to depart, without Leave asked, after Ten o'Clock, 25 Oct.-Bring Message from Lords, 4 Nov.-Not to attend at Lords Bar as Counsel, without Leave, after 10 o'Clock, 10.-Excused for offensive Words, upon Submission, 12.-Withdraw during Debate, 12. 17. & 20 Nov.-Reprehended, and excused, for detaining a Writ for an Election, 22. Detained on Mesne Process, to be discharged, 25.-Denied Leave to attend Committee of Lords, 1 Dec.

Messages from King. Vide King.
-, - from Lords, signifying what Time King will be attended at Whitehall, 6 Nov.-for House to attend Commission for Prorogation, 11 Dec.

Midhurst, new Writ, 8 Dec.

22° 23° 24° & 25° Car. II. Parl. 2. Sess. 9. A. 1669, 1670, 1671, & 1672.

MAIDENHEAD Bridge, Bill for collecting the Toll, ordered, 6 Mar. 1670.

Maiming malicious, and wounding, Bill to prevent them, ordered, and recommended to Care of one Member; no other Business to be proceeded in till that passed, 10 Jan. 1670. Bill read, 11. Committed, 12 & 13. Report of Progress; former Committee to prepare Clause to prevent like Mischiefs for the future, 12. Bill reported, and to be ingrossed, 13. Passed, 14. Returned from Lords, with Amendments; Amendments read; Debate thereon adjourned, 24. Resumed; one postponed: Committee to consider of them, and of some Expedient thereupon, and to assign Reasons for Disagreement, 25. Report; Conference desired, and agreed to, Managers appointed, Conference held, and reported, 26. Another Conference desired by Lords, and agreed to, 3 Feb. Held, and reported; Lords Reasons not satisfactory; free Conference to be desired thereupon; Managers appointed, 4. Free Conference desired, agreed to, held, and reported, 6. Another free Conference desired by Lords, and agreed to, 8. Held, and to be reported, 9. Reported; Lords Reasons for Omission of a Clause not satisfactory; another free Conference to be desired with Lords, 10. Desired, agreed to, held, and reported, 11. Lords Concurrence to Amendments of House, signified, 13.

Maleverer, Mr. Vide Privileges.

Manby. Vide Privileges.

Manners, Lord. Vide Roos.

Markets, Bill for regulating them, and to prevent Abuses in the Grasing Trade, and Sale of Cattle, ordered, 26 Feb.

Martin's St. in the Fields, and St. Paul's Covent Garden, Petition, 4 Jan. Vide Giles's St.

Mason. Vide Privileges.

Measures. Vide Corn.-Committee to inspect former Act for regulating them, 16 Nov.

Medona, new Writ, 24 Oct.

Melcomb Regis, new Writ, 24 Oct.

Members have Leave to be absent. 4 Mar. 8 & 20 Dec. 17 & 26 Jan. 6. 15. 16, 17. 25. 27, & 28 Feb. 1. 3, 4. 7. 9. & 13. Mar. To attend as Evidence at Lords Bar, 18 Nov.-Member to be brought by Serjeant to Bar, to receive Sentence of Suspension on his Knees, 8 Apr. 1670. Brought, and suspended, 14 Nov. Heard, restored, and allowed Privilege, 23. Vide Prettyman.-Not to depart without Leave asked, between 11 and 12 o'Clock.-Committee to inspect Journals for Precedents for Punishment of absent Members, 3 Dec. Absent at Call, to be doubly assessed in Subsidy Bill, 20 Dec. 9 & 16 Jan. & 20 Feb.-List of their Names to be made out, 9. 16. & 31 Jan. & 14 Feb. To be returned to Committee of whole House, 19 & 31 Jan.-Going out of Town without Leave, to be doubly assessed in Subsidy Bill, 16. Jan.-Excused, 21. 23. 25, 26, 27. & 31 Jan. 3, 4. 6, 7. 13. 16. 20. 21 & 28 Feb. 1 & 3 Mar.-Denied Leave to be absent, 7 & 20 Feb. -List of Defaulters Names to be fairly writ out, 14.-Not to go out of Town without Leave by Order, 20.-Defaulters ordered into Custody, 21.-Defaulter called in, heard, and excused paying Fees-Member withdraws during Debate, 28.-Question that Member, having rendered himself to Serjeant, be admitted to make Excuse in his Place, Affirmative; general Order thereupon; Excuses not admitted till after 10 o'Clock, 6 Mar. Admitted, 7. 9, 10. 13. & 17.

Merchant Adventurers, Bill for encouraging their Trade, read; Question for Second Reading, Neg. 21 Jan. 1670.

Meres, Sir Thomas. Vide Privileges.

Messages from King. Vide King.
-, - from Lords, with a Vote concerning Union with Scotland, 4 Mar. 1669.-Signifying King's Pleasure to be attended at Whitehall, 11 Mar. & 20 Apr.-Acquainting House they will sit in Afternoon, 8, 9. & 11 Apr. Desiring a Conference; Messengers dismissed without Answer; Committee to search Precedents concerning Messages between both Houses, 10 Apr.-Conference desired by Lords, upon Answer from House, agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, and reported; another Conference to be desired with Lords, 11. Desired, and agreed to; Report of Message, to be delivered at a Conference; Managers appointed; Conference held, and reported, 12.-For House to attend King's Commission for Adjournment, 16 Apr. & 30 Oct.
-, - to Lords, desiring they would have Regard to Privileges of House, 4 Mar. 1669. Lords Answer, 5.-To intimate, that House will sit in Afternoon, 30.-To put them in mind of Bills, 9 Apr. 18 Nov. 23 Jan. & 11 Mar.

Messengers dismissed without Answer, 2 & 10 Apr.

Midhurst Election, Petition, 23 Feb.

Miles. Vide Privileges.

Militia, Committee to inspect Act relating thereto, 21 Nov. Committees added, 3 Dec. Committee revived, 9 Mar.

Monckton, Sir Philip. Vide Privileges.

Moor. Vide Privileges.

Moreton. Vide Privileges.

Morgan. Vide Privileges.

Morley, Sir John. Vide Privileges.

Mosely, Sir Edward, Bill to sell Lands read; Question for Second Reading, Neg.-Committee to prepare Bill to prevent Forfeiture of his Estate, 11 Mar. 1669. Bill to be read, 26 Jan. Read, and withdrawn, as not pursuant to Order-another Bill ordered, and former Order revived, 28. Bill tendered, 1 Feb. To be read, 3. Read, 4. Order for Second Reading, 11.

Mum. Vide Beer.

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

MACKRELL. Vide Banks.

Malmesbury, new Writ, 20 Oct.

Malton, new Writ, 6 Feb. Election and double Return; Petitions, 3 Mar. Order for Committee to proceed, 22.

Marlborough, new Writ, 6 Feb.

Marsh. Vide Privileges.

Melcomb Regis, new Writ, 6 Feb.

Member brings a Message from Lords, 8 Mar.

Merioneth, new Writ, 6 Feb.

Messages from King. Vide King.
-, - from Lords, signifying what Time King would be attended at Whitehall, 7 & 27 Mar.-to same Purport brought by a Member, 8.-desiring House to sit in Afternoon, 22. 24. 27 & 28.
-, - to Lords, to put them in mind of Bill, 24 Mar.

Michael, new Writ, 6 Feb. Election, Petition, 27.

Minehead, new Writ, 6 Feb.

Moor-burning, Bill against it, read, 14 Mar. Committed; Instruction, 17.

Morgan. Vide Privileges.

Muscovy. Vide Greenland.

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

MALMESBURY, new Writ, 27 Oct.

Messages from King. Vide King.

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

MALLET. Vide Privileges.

Malmesbury Election, Petition, 7 Jan.

Manning. Vide Privileges.

Masters, Mr. Information given of scurrilous Words spoken by him against a Member, referred to a Committee; Instruction, 31 Jan.

Member, upon a Certificate from Clerk of Crown, takes Oaths, 3 Feb. Has Leave to be absent, 23.
-, - Committee to prepare Bill for their better Attendance, 22 Jan. Revived, and Order for sitting, 5 Feb. Report; Bill read, 18.
-, - Committee to prepare Bill for a Test to be taken by them, 22 Jan. Report; Bill read, 23 Feb.

Messages from King. Vide King.
-, - from Lords, signifying what Time King would be attended at Whitehall, 13 Jan. & 3 Feb.-with a Vote of Advice to the King, 29 Jan.-with a Vote of Thanks to him, 11 Feb.-for House to attend King's Commission for Prorogation, 10 Nov.

Messengers dismissed without Answer, 29 Jan.

Moor-burning, Bill against it, read, 24 Jan. Committed, 3 Feb.

Mooreland, Sir Samuel, Petition for Bill to establish a certain Water-engine; Committee to take a View thereof, 29 Jan. Bill read, 12 Feb. Committed, 13. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 24.

Muddiford, Charles, Petition owned; Sir John Robinson heard in his Place; Matter to be heard, 26 Jan.

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

MEASURES, Committee to prepare Bill to ascertain them, 27 Apr. Committees added, 6 May.

Malmesbury Election, Report, 11 May.

Maplesdon. Vide Privileges.

Martin. Vide Privileges.

Mayne, Mr. Information given, that his Petition had been exhibited by Mistake, Leave to withdraw it, 26 Apr.

Member, a Prisoner in King's Bench, to be brought to House by Marshal, 14 Apr.-None to go out of Town, without Leave, 17 May.-Have Leave to attend as Evidence at Lords Bar -of Long Robe to attend, 18.-Have Leave to be absent, 19 May, & 1 June.-not to answer to Appeal preferred at Lords Bar, 4 & 15 May.-Letters to be sent to proper Of ficers of Places, for which Defaulters serve, 26.-Defaulters excused, 27 May, & 2 June.-Sent to the Tower for waiving Privilege, 1 June.-not to attend Lords House upon any Summons, without Leave, 3.
-, - Bill to prevent Members from taking any publick Office, read 22 Apr. Read Second time; Question for Commitment, Neg. for rejecting, Affirmative, 29.

Merchant, Henry, a Lunatick, Bill for Payment of Debts, and settling Estate, read, 3 May. Committed, 1 June.

Messages from King. Vide King.
-, - from Lords, desiring to know, whether a Warrant, signed by Speaker, was ordered by House; Messengers dismissed without Answer; Resolution, that Message is unparliamentary; Conference to be desired thereupon; Committee to assign Reasons, 15 May. Report, 17. Conference held, and reported, 19. Another Conference desired by Lords, and agreed to, 20. Held, and reported; Question, that Lords Reasons are satisfactory, Neg. free Conference to be desired; former Managers to attend; others added, 21.
-, - to Lords, desiring they would have Regard to the Privileges of House, 5 & 15 May. Their Answer, 7.-To put them in mind of a Message, 27 May, & 7 June.

Messengers dismissed without Answer, 5. 21. & 31 May, & 4 June.

Militia, Committee to inspect Laws relating thereto, 22 Apr.

Mingay. Vide Privileges.

Moor-burning, Bill against it, read, 29 Apr. Committed, 20 May.

Murray, Robert, Petition, complaining of being imprisoned by Procurement of Duke of Lauderdale, owned, and referred to Committee of Grievances, 6 May.-Complaint on his behalf, referred to Committee, 18. Vide Privileges.

Mohun, Lord, Information given, that a Warrant was forcibly taken away from Deputy-Serjeant by him; Deputy examined; Debate thereon; Message to Lords, demanding Justice against him, 14 May. Their Answer to be considered, 15.

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

MALTON Election, Petition, 27 Oct, Debate whether regularly signed, and presented; Question that Committee proceed thereon, Affirmative, 2 Nov.

Manufactures, foreign, Bill, from Lords, concerning them, 18 Nov. Read; Debate thereon, 19. Vide Address.

Maynard, Lord, Bill, from Lords, for rectifying a Mistake in a Marriage-settlement, 17 Nov. Read, 19. Committed, 20.

Mayne, John, Petition read; Question for proceeding thereon, Neg. 22 Oct.

Measures, Committee to consider Ways to ascertain them, 8 Nov.

Member withdraws during Debate; committed to Tower, 20 Oct. Vide Quarrel.-Absent at Call, like Letter to be sent to compel their Attendance as last Session, 27 Oct. 8. 15. & 18 Nov.-Excused, 19.-Information given of Reports, that Members take Money for giving Votes, and promoting Bills; Test for purging them, read, and referred to Committee- House informed of Letters sent to several Members to attend; Debate and Resolution thereupon, 27 Oct. Vide Address. Not to be made Sheriffs, 16 Nov.-Not to depart, without Leave, after 10 o'Clock, 18.

Merchant, Henry, a Lunatick, Bill for Payment of Debts, and settling Estate, presented, 18 Oct. Read, 27. Committed, 16 Nov.

Meres, Sir Thomas. Vide Quarrel.

Messages from King. Vide King.
-, - to Lords, to put them in mind of a Vote, 8 Nov.

Moor-burning, Bill to prevent it, read, 27 Oct. Committed, 15 Nov.

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

MACDONNEL, Alexander, and Wife, Petition, 19 Feb. Vide Norfolk.

Macham. Vide Privileges.

Maintenance. Vide Champerty.

Malden, new Writ, 16 Feb.

Malton new Election, Petition, 26 Feb. 1676. Party disclaims his Election and Return, 19 Mar.

Manchester, Earl of, Bill, from Lords, to sell Lands for Payment of Debts, and settle others in lieu, read, 5 Mar. 1676. Committed, 10. Reported, 14. Read Third time; Proviso tendered; Bill to lie on Table for Three or Four Days before debated, 23. Proviso read; Committee to amend it, 5 Apr. Agreed to; Bill and Proviso passed, 10. Proviso agreed to by Lords, 11.

Marriages, incestuous, Bill, from Lords, to prevent them, read, 13 Apr. 1677. Read Second time; Question for Commitment, Neg. Bill rejected, 4 Feb.
-, -clandestine, Bill, from Lords, to prevent them, 31 Jan. 1677. Taken out of House; Clerk to inquire after it, 18 Feb. Lords put House in mind thereof, 22. Ways for finding it considered; Resolution thereupon; Form of Protestation to be taken by Members; Clerk to prepare Skin of Parchment for them to subscribe it, 23. Bill read, 8 Mar.

Martin's, St. in the Fields, Petition from, referred to Committee, 31 Mar. 1677.
-, - Bill for erecting and endowing a new Church, and making it parochial, 9 Mar. 1677. Read, 16. Committed; Instruction, 4 May.

Maynard, Lord, Bill, from Lords, to rectify a Mistake in Marriage-settlement, 23 Feb. 1676. Read, 1 Mar. Committed, 5. Reported, 15. Passed, with Proviso, 23. Proviso agreed to by Lords, 2 Apr.

Member clears himself of traducing another to King, 15 Feb. 1676. -Not to depart, without Leave, after 10 o'Clock, 22.-Have Leave to be absent, 23 Feb. 8. 10. 17. 19. 22. 24. & 30 Mar. 20 & 28 Feb.-Discharged for Recusancy, 6 Mar.- Gone the Circuit without Leave, sent for in Custody, 7.- Imprisoned upon Execution; released, 2 Apr.-Not to take from Table any Bill or Brief, or the Journal, or take Notes thereout, sitting House, or Committee thereof, 3 Apr.- Member to be heard by Counsel at Bar, as to his Interest in Bill, 4.-Withdraws during Debate; expelled, 1 Feb. Vide Wanklyn.-Absent at Call, to incur Displeasure, 27 Mar. & 15 Apr.-Admonished for an offensive Speech, 3 May.- Going out of Town, without Leave, between 11 and 12 o'Clock, to be sent in Custody, 11.
-, -Committee to prepare Bill for discharging Wages due to them, 3 Mar. 1676. Bill tendered, 10. Read, 13.

Merchant, Henry, a Lunatick, Bill for Payment of Debts, and settling his Estate, read, 16 Mar. 1676. Committed, 2 Apr.- Another Bill to enable Trustees to sell Lands for Payment of Debts, read, 23 Feb. Committed; Instruction, 7 Mar.

Messages from King. Vide King.
-, -from Lords, to put House in mind of Bill, 22 Feb.
-, -to Lords, to put them in mind of Bill, 15 Feb. & 8 Mar.

Messengers dismissed without Answer, 10 Mar.

Milborn Port, new Writ, 16 Feb.

Milksopp. Vide Privileges.

Monmouth Borough, new Writ, 16 Feb.

Moreland, Sir Samuel, Bill for allowing him the Benefit of Water-pumps and Engines invented by him, read, 20 Mar. 1676. Committed, 2 Apr.

Mordaunt, Lady Mary, Bill, from Lords to sell Lands, notwithstanding Minority, 12 Apr. 1677. Read, 13. Committed, reported, and re-committed, 14. Reported from Re-commitment, and passed, with Amendments; Amendments agreed to by Lords, 16.

Morley and Monteagle, Lord, Bill, from Lords to sell Lands for Payment of Debts, 4 Apr. 1677. Read, 16. Committed, 5 Feb. Committee revived, and Order for sitting, 7 & 9. Bill reported, 12. Passed, 16.

Mowsell. Vide Privileges.

Mum. Vide Coal.

Murray to attend, 16 Mar. Vide Harrington.

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

MACY. Vide Privileges.

Maintenance. Vide Champarty.

Martin's, St. in the Fields, Bill for erecting another parochial Church therein, ordered, 25 May. Read, 1 June. Committed, 3. All that come to have Voices, 4. Bill reported, and re-committed; Order for sitting of Committee; Notice thereof to be affixed at Church-door, and read in Church. 7. Bill to be reported, 11. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 14. Order for Third Reading, 21. Passed, 25. Agreed to by Lords, 2 July.

Measures. Vide Weights.

Members absent, to pay double to Contribution to Officers of House; List ordered, 31 May.-Debate touching a Test concerning Bribery, Popery, and taking the Sacrament, and touching Transactions with Foreign Ministers relating to Proceedings of House, and receiving Money from them, and touching Money received for Business done in House, and soliciting Votes, and touching Offers of Service to great Persons, refused, and touching keeping publick Tables, and taking Money for Protections, and that Enquiry be made what Members are outlawed, and what Members have gone to Conventicles, or Mass; Questions, that Debate be adjourned; that Consideration thereof be referred to a Committee; severally Neg. Resolution thereupon, 18 June.-Member discharged for Recusancy, 19.

Messages from King. Vide King.
-, -to Lords, to put them in mind of Bills, 20 June, 8 & 9 July.-Signifying their Intent to sit on a future Day, 22.

Mose. Vide Beaumont.

Mulso, Tanfield, Bill, to sell Lands for Payment of Debts and Portions, read, 31 May. Committed, 3 June. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 7. Passed, 14. Agreed to by Lords, 6 July.

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

MACARTY, Mr. a Popish Recusant, ordered into Custody, examined, called in again, and charged to depart from London, 8 Nov.

Mehayne, Mr. Vide Address.

Members, Justices of Peace, to examine a Witness, issue Warrants for searching Houses, and see them executed, 24 Oct. -None to depart without Leave, 25.-Committed to the Tower, 18 & 21 Nov.-Reproved, 21.-Absent, to be summoned by Sheriffs-none to depart, without Leave, after 10 o'Clock, 23.-Member has Leave to go out of House, 28. -Copies of Papers, taken by Members, torn, 28.-Take Oaths, 30 Nov. 1 & 2 Dec. Absent without Leave, to be sent for in Custody, and not admitted till Fees paid, 11. Warrants to be respited, if they appear before rising, 11, 12, 13. 16, 17 & 18.-Absent at Call, to be sent for in Custody, 18.

Messages from King. Vide King.
-, -from Lords, acquainting House what Time King would be attended at Whitehall, 22. & 26 Oct. 10 Nov. & 7 Dec.- Signifying, that they had acquainted King Two Bills were ready for Royal Assent, 27 Nov.-To put House in mind of Bills, with special Recommendation, 5 & 12 Dec.
-, -to Lords, to put them in mind of Bills, 7. 11. & 16 Nov. With special Recommendation, 11 & 16.-To put them in mind of Address, 14 & 22.-Desiring them to sit in the Afternoon; Answer thereto, 28 Nov. 21. 23 & 28 Dec.-Touching Adjournment, 18 Dec.

Messengers, with Serjeant, to bring a Person to Bar, 23 Oct.

Middledorp, Peter, Petition, 14 Dec. Owned by his Agent, and to be considered, 16.

Militia. Vide Address.-Committee to prepare Bill to make it more useful, 18 Nov. Bill read, 23. Committed, reported, and to be ingrossed, 25. Passed, 26. Agreed to by Lords, 27. Message from King about not passing it; Committee to inspect Precedents for Methods of passing Bills, and consider, whether a new Bill may be brought in, 4 Dec.

Milo, Mr. to be removed to Newgate, 24 Oct.

Monckton, Sir Philip. Vide Privileges.

Montague, Mr. Message from King, charging him with having private Conference with Pope's Nuncio, and acquainting House he had ordered his Papers to be seized; Committee to attend King, and desire House may know the Nature of the Offence, and whether the Information was on Oath; Report; Mr. Montague acquaints House he had Papers that might be of Service; Members sent for them; Box brought, and opened; Mr. Montague to select proper Writings; Letters, subscribed Danby, presented, and read, 19 Dec. Vide Danby. Two Letters of Mr. Montague's, sent by Lord Danby to Speaker, read 20. More Letters communicated by King, and read, 23.

Moranville examined touching Translation of Gazette; ordered into Custody; Serjeant to search him; Papers found on him referred to Committee on Colman's, and Papers to be translated; Members to search his House; further Examination referred to a Committee, 7 Nov. Committees added, 12. Report to be considered, 18.

Mulys, Mr. Vide Plot.

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

MEMBERS take Oaths, 18 Mar.-On the Circuit, to be summoned. 20.-Committed to the Tower, and expelled, 25.-Have Leave to be absent, 27 Mar. 8, 9, 10, 11, 12. 14, 15, 16, 17. 21, 22, 23. 24, 25. 27, 28, & 29 Apr. 1, 2. 5. 7, 8. 10. 12. 14. 19, 20, 21. 24. 26, & 27 May.-None to depart without Leave, after 10 o'Clock, 8 Apr.-Gone out of Town before Order, to be sent for in Custody, unless they appear on a Day appointed, 10.-Leave to be asked between 10 and 12 o'Clock, 10.-Absent at Call, to be sent for in Custody, 12 & 25 Apr. Not to be admitted till Fees paid, 25.-Departing, without Leave, between 10 and 12 o'Clock, to be sent for in Custody, and not admitted till Fees paid, 25. Sent for, 2. 6. & 15 May. Discharged, 16.-Have Leave to attend as Evidence at Council-board, 22.-To give Notice of an Order, 22.-Information given, that Members of last Parliament had received Money for secret Services; Receipts to be produced; Members to be named on Memory; Committee of Secrecy to make Report, 23. Witnesses to be summoned; Report to be considered, 24.-Sent for out of the Hall, 27.
-, -Bill for their better Attendance, ordered, and recommended to the Care of one Member, 1 May. Read, 5. Committed, 8.

Messages from King. Vide King.
-, -from Lords, signifying what Time King would be attended at Whitehall, 22 Mar. & 22 May.-Desiring House to sit in the Afternoon, 8 & 10 Apr.-Relating to Earl of Danby, and other impeached Lords, 7 May. Vide Tryals.- Desiring House to continue sitting, and signifying King's Intention of coming to House of Peers, 27.
-, -to Lords, to put them in mind of an Impeachment, 20 & 22 Mar.-Desiring Earl of Danby may be sequestered from Parliament, and put into safe Custody, 22. Lord's Answer, 24.-Desiring them to sit in the Afternoon, 12 & 23 Apr. Report they have adjourned, 23.-Desiring them to continue sitting, 3. 8. & 26 May.

Messengers dismissed without Answer, 22 Mar.

Militia, Improvement thereof to be considered in Committee of whole House, 7. 14. & 17 Apr.

Montgomery Town, Election and double Return; Petition, 19 Mar. Report, 1 Apr.

Michell, St. Mr. to be prosecuted by Attorney-general; Member to acquaint him with Evidence, 22 May.

Middledorp, Peter, Petition, 5 May. Vide Prosperous.

Mohun, Lord, Bill, from Lords, to sell Timber, and make Leases, for Payment of Debts and Portions, 22 Apr. Read, 23. Order for Second Reading, 25 Apr. & 2 May.

Money. Vide Exaction.

Mons, de Isaac, Bill for naturalizing him and others, read, 1 May. Parties take Oaths, 28 Apr. & 12 May. Bill committed, 17. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 24.

Moore, Mr. to be prosecuted by Attorney-general; Member to acquaint him with Evidence, 22 May.

Morpeth, Lord. Vide Privileges.

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

MANSELL, Roderick, Petition, 14 Dec. Vide Peyton.

Macnamara, Mr. Vide Ireland, Address.

Marches, Court of. Vide Wales.

Marlborough Election, Report to be made, 26 Nov. 16 & 23 Dec. Made, 24.

Marlow Election, Petition, 25 Oct. Report to be made, 11 & 16 Dec. Made; Right of Election determined; Election declared void-new Writ ordered, 21. Election; Petition to be heard at Bar, 5 Jan.

Maynard, Sir John, Petition referred to Committee of Privileges and Elections, 26 Oct.

Measures. Vide Weights.

Melcombe Regis, new Writ, 26 Oct.

Members sworn by Lord Steward's Deputies, 17 Oct.-Take Oaths, 23 and 25.-Reprehended for reflecting Expressions against another Member, 28.-Withdraw during Debate, 28 Oct. 25 Nov. and 14 Dec.-Expelled, 28 and 29 Oct. & 15 Dec.-Committed to Tower, 28 & 29 Oct.-Have Leave to be absent, 2 Nov. 1. 3, 4. 6. 8, 9, 10, 11. 13. 15. 17. 21. 23. & 30 Dec.-Committee to search Precedents touching imprisoning Members impeached, 26 Nov. Report to be made, 16 Dec. Made, 17.-Not to mingle with other Persons at the Tryal of a Peer, 29.-Have Leave to appear at Lords Bar as Witnesses, 29.-To have Notice what Time an adjourned Debate will be resumed, 3 Dec.-Absent, to have Notice from Sheriffs to attend, 8 Dec.-Time for their Attendance extended, 10.-None to accept Places of Profit without Leave, under Pain of Expulsion, 30.-Writings and Proceedings relating to Members of late long Parliament who received secret Service-money, ordered, 30.-Absent at Call, to be reputed Deserters of their Trust, and Neglecters of their Duty, to be sent for in Custody, and not admitted till Fees paid, 4 Jan.-Those in Town last Night to be admitted without paying Fees, 5. Admitted, 7 & 8.-Warrant for taking a Member into Custody, to be respited, 6.

Merefield, Wm. Petition referred to Committee of Privileges and Elections, 25 Oct.

Messages from King. Vide King.
-, -from Lords, desiring House to attend King's Commission for Prorogation, 17 Oct. 15 Apr. 17 May, 1 & 22 July, & 23 Aug.-Communicating an Address relating to the Plot, with King's Answer, Consideration adjourned, 25 Oct. Resumed, Resolution thereupon, 26. Vide Address.-Signifying what Time King would be attended at Whitehall, 25 Nov.- Relating to Adjournment, 23 Dec.-To put House in mind of Bill, 8 Jan.

Michell, St. Election, Petition, 25 Oct.

Middlesex, new Writ, 15 Dec.

Misdemeanors. Vide Fines.

Monmouth County, new Writ, 26 Oct.
-, -Borough, Election, Petition, 25 Oct. Report; Right of Election determined; Return amended, 26 Nov.
-, -Duke of, Vote, that he has been removed from his Offices and Commands by Duke of York's Influence, Order thereupon, 10 Jan. Vide Address.

Montgomery Town, Election, Petition, 27 Oct.

Mum. Vide Tobacco.

Murphy, Mr. Vide Ireland, Address.

Middlesex, Petition from, referred to a Committee; Committee to prepare Bill for a Court of Conscience thereupon, 17 Dec.

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

MARCHES, Court of. Vide Wales.

Marlborough Election, Petition, 25 Mar.

Members take Oaths, 23 & 24 Mar.

Messages from King. Vide King.

Michell, Election, Petition, 24 Mar.

Montgomery Town, Election, Petition, 24 Mar.

Morrice, Mr. his Information relating to Popish Plot, presented, read, and to be printed, 26 Mar.

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

MACKWORTH, Sir Thomas, Petition, 11 June. Vide Cleveland.

Maidstone, new Writ, 9 Nov.

Malmesbury Election, Petition, 27 May.

Malton, new Election, Petition, 23 May, & 4 June.

Marlow, Great, Election, Petition, 3 June.

Marriages, clandestine, of Minors, Bill, from Lords, to prevent them, read, 5 June. Committed, and recommended to Care of one Member, 18. Lords put House in mind of Bill; Committee revived, and Order for sitting, 26.

Marsham, Sir John, and others, Petition, 13 June. Vide Rochester.

Maryland, Petition of Merchants and others, trading thereto, to be read, 11 June. Vide Supply.

Mawes, St. new Writ, 2 June.

Melcombe Regis Election, Petitions, 25 & 27 May.

Meller, Edward, Petition for Bill to sell Lands for Payment of Debts, Question for Leave, Neg. 27 May.-Another Petition; Bill ordered, 2 June, Read, 5. Committed; Instruction relating to the Wife, 6. Bill reported, and to be ingrossed, 11. Passed, 12. Agreed to by Lords, 20.

Members take Oaths, 20 & 21 May.-Have Leave to be absent, 3, 4. 10. 15. 17, 18, 19. 22. 24. & 27 June.-Denied Leave, 3. -Desired to disarm their Footmen, 4. Member withdraws during Debate-committed to Tower for an offensive Speech, 18 Nov.-Justices of Peace to see Order executed, 18.

Messages from King. Vide King.
-, -from Lords, signifying what Time King would be attended at Whitehall, 22 May-with Duke of Monmouth's Declaration, 15 June. Vide Monmouth, infra.-To put House in mind of Bill, 26.-Desiring House to attend Commissions for Prorogation, 10 Feb. 10 May. 2 Nov. 15 Feb. & 23 Apr.
-, -to Lords, desiring them to continue sitting, 15 June- To put them in mind of Bills, 26 & 30.

Militia, Bill for rendering it more useful, ordered, 12 Nov. Heads to be considered in Committee of whole House, 16 & 18. Report of Progress, 18.

Minors. Vide Marriages, supra.

Monmouth Borough, new Writ, 12 June.
-, -Duke of, Letter, relating to him, communicated by King; read; Witnesses examined; Resolution thereupon, 13 June. Vide Address. His Declaratioa, with a Vote from Lords for burning it, returned; Vote agreed to, 15.
-, -Committee to prepare Bill to attaint him; Bill recommended to Care of one Member, 13 June. Read thrice, and passed, 15. Agreed to by Lords, 16.

Montgomery Borough Election; Petitions to be heard at Bar, 23 & 30 May. Heard; Right of Election determined; Election declared void-new Writ ordered, 10 June. Complaint against High Sheriff for delaying to issue Precept; Order thereupon, 30.

Mum. Vide Beer.



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