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

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

PAINTER, Sir Paul, Petition, 15 Nov. Vide America. Palmer. Vide Ireland.

Palmes, Wm. Bill for exchanging Lands, read, 14 Nov. Committed, 18. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 26. Passed, 4 Dec.

Parliament, Freedom of Speech therein. Vide Privileges.
-, -prorogued by Commission, 1 Mar.

Parliaments, Bill for frequent holding them, read, and withdrawn; Order, that no such Bill be tendered, without Leave, after 10 o'Clock, 18 Feb.

Pamiter. Vide Townsend.

Parry, Wm. and others, Petition, 18 Feb. Vide Cattle.

Paston. Vide Horton.

Patent to Woodmongers to be brought to a Committee, 15 Oct. Report; Patent condemned, 6 Nov. Vide Woodmongers.-for Light-house at Milford Haven to be brought to Committee of Grievances, 4 Nov. Report; Patent voted a Grievance, 8 Apr. -to Merchant Adventurers, to be considered, 9 & 16 Nov.

Peers, Bill, from Lords, to regulate Tryals of them, 22 Nov. Lords put House in mind of Bill, 3 Apr. Bill read, 8. Read Second Time; Questions for Commitment and Third Reading, severally Neg. 8 May.

Penn, Sir Wm. to attend, touching Embezzlement of Prize Goods, 19 Oct. & 13 Apr. Narrative of Commissioners of publick Accounts, read; Time allowed him to give in Answer; Commissioners to transmit Evidence, 14. Answer in Writing, and Evidence, presented, and read; Sir Wm. heard; Sir Joseph Jordan examined; Previous Question, that Sir Wm. be impeached, Affirmative; Committee to prepare Impeachment, and search Precedents touching Suspension of Members under Impeachment, 16. Order for sitting, 17 & 21. Articles and Precedent presented; Articles to be ingrossed; Sir Wm. suspended; Committee to search Precedents concerning Suspension or Expulsion of Members impeached, 21. Articles read, and to be delivered to Lords at a Conference; Conference desired, and agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, and reported, 24. His Answer to be considered, 2 May. Considered; Committee to draw up a Replication, 4.

Perkins. Vide Wharton.

Peterborough Election, Petition; Report; Return amended; Bailiff reproved, and discharged, 8 Nov.

Petersfield new Writ, 6 Feb.

Petitions to be delivered to a Committee, 14 Oct.-owned, 25 & 31 Oct. 12 Nov. 18 & 28 Feb. & 14 Mar.-Rejected, 29 Feb.-Dismissed, 2 Apr.

Pett, Commissioner, brought to Bar; Part of Duke of Albemarle's Narrative, relating to Miscarriages in the War, read to him; his Request for Time to answer; further Examination referred to Committee; Governor of the Tower to bring him to them, 31 Oct. Report re-committed, and to be expedited; Committee to hear Witnesses, 13 Nov. Leave given to speak against Order for Re-commitment, and examining Witnesses; Order discharged; Committee on War to prepare Impeachment, 14. Articles to be reported, 27. Reported, 28. To be read, 11 Dec. Read; Title ordered; his Petition; Order thereupon, 19. Articles to be ingrossed, 23 Apr. Read again, and sent to Lords, 4 May.

Pickard. Vide Hearth-money.

Pindar, Sir Peter. Complaint against him for illegal Exaction of Customs; Speaker to summon him, 28 Mar. Witnesses to attend, 11 Apr. Matter referred to Committee of Grievances, 16. Sir Peter and Mr. Brett to attend them, 7 May.

Plot. Vide Wiseman.

Pluralities, Bill to restrain them, and augment Vicarages and Curacies, read, 7 Nov. Committed, 11. Committee added, 20 Feb.

Plymouth, Petition from, 23 Apr. Vide Trade.

Poll Tax. Vide Supply.

Popery, Bill to prevent Growth thereof, read, 16 Oct. Committed; Instruction, 30.

Post-Office, Committee to prepare Bill to regulate Abuses therein, 9 Nov. Committees added, 12. 15. & 21. All that come to have Voices, 21. Committee revived, and Order for sitting, 20 Feb. Bill presented, 29. To be read, 3. 7. 9. & 10 Mar. Question for Reading, Neg. 9.

Prettyman, Sir John, Petition referred to Committee of Privileges and Elections, 23 Oct.

Prisoners. Vide Debtors.
-, -in King's Bench, to be brought by Marshal to a Committee, 3 & 12 Dec.

Privileges and Elections, Committee appointed, 14 Oct. Committees added, 15, 16, 17. 19. 21, 22. & 31 Oct. 4. 7. 12. 14, 15, 16. 18, 19. 21 & 23 Dec. & 10 Feb.-A Committee to consider of Freedom of Speech in Parliament, and the Substance of the Information 5° Car. I. in King's Bench, and Proceedings and Judgments thereupon, 15 Oct. Three to be a Quorum; Order to be amended, 19. Report to be made, 8 Nov. Made; Resolution thereupon, 12. Further Consideration adjourned, 12. 14. 18, & 19. Resumed; Resolution that Judgment was illegal, 23. Lords Concurrence to be desired; Votes to be delivered at a Conference, and Committee to prepare Reasons for them, 7 Dec. Conference desired; Messenger dismissed without Answer; Conference agreed to; Managers appointed, 10. Lords Concurrence to Votes signified, 12.-Parties ordered into Custody for not attending Committees, 24 Oct. & 19 Nov. One discharged, 3 Dec.- Mr. Edward Seymour's Complaint referred to the Committee, 31 Oct.-Complaint, that Bateman, a Witness, was arrested, referred to the Committee; Officer to bring him to them, 14 Nov.-Sir Cecil Bishop's Complaint; Carnaby ordered into Custody, 15.-Mr. Goldesborough, Clerk of House, his Complaint; Devenish ordered into Custody, 18.-Information given of a Suit depending, wherein the Defendants are named by Consent, but the Title a Member's; Proceedings to be stopped, 27.-Sir James Thynn's Complaint; Leversage ordered into Custody; Matter referred to the Committee, 2 Dec. Knapper, Cooke, and Selfe, to attend, 14 Apr. All discharged by Member's Consent, 5 May-A Committee to inquire who was Author, Printer, and Publisher, of a scandalous Libel, under the Name of "The Shoemakers;" Question, that no printed Papers be delivered to Members at the Door, Neg. 3 Dec.- Sir Henry Felton's Complaint; Styles ordered into Custody, 11. His Petition referred to the Committee; Styles to have his Liberty, and to attend them, 11 Feb. Report; Order for his Discharge; Sir Henry to be heard by Committee; Member to give him Notice, 26. Further Report; another Order for Styles's Discharge, 13 Mar.-Sir John Prettyman, Prisoner in King's Bench, his Petition referred to a Committee, 14 Dec. Committees added; Committee revived, and Order for sitting, 12 Feb.-Lord Newburgh's Complaint against Wormwell, Wrenham, and Johnson, referred to the Committee, 16 Dec. Wrenham to attend them, 18 Apr. Order for their sitting, 6 May. Report; Wrenham ordered into Custody, 8. -Colonel Grey's Complaint; Hall, Husband, and Chandler, ordered into Custody, 10 Feb.-A Committee to inquire who was Author, Printer, and Publisher, of Libel brought into House the Day preceding, 13.-Under-Sheriff of Monmouth ordered into Custody for neglecting to summon absent Members, 13.-Question, whether Sir Henry Vaughan, outlawed at the Time of Election, can be continued a Member; Matter referred to the Committee, 17. Original Record of Outlawry to be produced to them, 30 Mar. Report, 11 Apr. -Sir Hugh Wyndham's Servant arrested; Order for his Discharge, 19 Feb.-A Committee to consider Privileges of House, and inquire into Precedents concerning Lords Jurisdiction and Proceedings in Case of a Commoner; Business recommended to Care of Three Members, 22. Committee revived, and Order for sitting, 3 Mar. & 3 Apr. To sit de die in diem, and hasten their Report, 3 Mar. To sit, notwithstanding general Order to the contrary, 5.-Carre, a Witness, his Complaint; Mappleston examined; Lewen ordered into Custody, 24 Feb. Reprimanded, and discharged, on his Petition, 24.-Sir Jonathan Trelawney's Complaint; Parties ordered into Custody, 27. Matter referred to the Committee, 26 Mar. Parties discharged, 27.-Mr. Constantine's Letter, seeming to reflect on some Members, and on Proceedings of House, read; Order for his Attendance, 27 Feb. Question for appointing a Day, Neg. 29. Matter referred to the Committee, 14 Apr.-Sir Lancelot Lake, a Trustee, his Complaint; Proceedings at Law to be stopped, 5 Mar. Order set aside by Member's Consent, 4 May.-Secretary Morrice's Complaint of a Letter published in Name of his Under-secretary; Thropp to be sent for, and bring Letter, 5 Mar. Mr. Rigby to attend, 5 Mar. & 11 Apr. Clavell examined, 9 Mar. Matter referred to the Committee; Persons concerned to attend them, 17 Apr. Report; Parties discharged on Member's Motion, 4 May.-Privilege granted to a Witness, 6 Mar.-Colonel Kirkby's Complaint; Dawson and Allsop ordered into Custody, 10. Discharged, 27 Apr. -Sir George Probert's Complaint; Nicholas and Gwinfrid ordered into Custody, 11 Mar. To be brought to Bar, 14 Apr. Matter referred to the Committee, 15. Order for their sitting, 6 May. Report to be made, 7. Made; Nicholas to be continued; Gwinfrid discharged, 8.-Colonel Wanckley's Servants arrested; Mr. Ashe ordered into Custody, 27 Mar. Servants to be released, 28. Mr. Ashe's Petition, and Order for his Discharge, 6 Apr.-Mr. Goring's Complaint referred to the Committee; Gevett to attend them, 6 Apr.-Mr. Scawen's Complaint referred to the Committee; Herne to attend them, 7. Report; Herne discharged, 4 May. -Sir Robert Brooke's Complaint referred to the Committee; Young to attend them, 8 Apr.-Sir Fretzvile Hollis's Complaint; Durdant ordered into Custody, 10. Order for his Discharge, 6 May.-Sir Wm. Smith's Complaint referred to the Committee; Gad, Cooke, and Gray, to attend them, 13 Apr. Report to be made; Speaker to issue Warrants for summoning Parties to attend at Bar, for Contempt in not attending Committee, 4 May. Order for their sitting, 4. & 6.-Mr. Jaye's Complaint referred to the Committee; Persons, concerned to attend upon Summons, 17 Apr.-Sir Foulke Lucy's Servant arrested; Blagge ordered into Custody; Servant to be released, 18.-Sir Thomas Doleman's Complaint, of being summoned to Herald's Court, referred to the Committee, 20.-Sir John Bennett's Servant arrested; Crue and Battell ordered into Custody; Arrest to be suspended, and Servant discharged, 20. -Mr. Hardee's Complaint; Walker and Tatham ordered into Custody, 21.-Sir Gilbert Gerrard's Complaint of an Aspersion, charging him with tampering with a Witness, referred to the Committee, 25. Information given, that Witness had denied it; Debate; Resolution, and Order thereupon, 6 May.-Committee to inquire who was Author, Printer, and Publisher, of a printed Paper in the Name of indigent Officers, 27 Apr. Offence of Officers remitted on their Petition and Submission; Committee to inquire by whom it was printed, 29.-Mr. Herbert's Servant arrested; Truelock and Turley ordered into Custody; Servant to be released, 29. Sheriff to set him at Liberty, 6 May.-Mr. Ford's Complaint; Sir John Stowell ordered into Custody, 2. Order to stand; but Serjeant impowered to take Bail, 4.-Mr. Walden's Servant arrested; Order for his Discharge, 7. Sir Richard Oateley's Complaint; Proceedings at Law to be stopped; Matter referred to the Committee, 8.-Order for Discharge of certain Persons during Adjournment, 8.

Prize Ships, Committee to prepare Bill to make them free for Trade, 27 Nov. Papers of Examination touching Two East India Prizes to be brought to them; Sir Wm. Penn to give his Information before Papers made publick, 3 Dec. Committee revived, and Order for sitting, 5. Report; Bill read, 11. Committed; Committee impowered to receive Proposals for lessening Price of Timber, and regulating the making Bricks, 14. Bill reported, and to be ingrossed, 17. Passed, 18. Agreed to by Lords, 19.

Process, Bill for more easy Service thereof, ordered, 27 Mar.

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

PARLIAMENT prorogued by Commission, 11 Dec.

Paul's St. Dean of, Bill to build a Mansion House, read, 25 Oct. Committed, 3 Nov. Committees added, 8. Bill reported, and to be ingrossed, 9. Order for Third Reading, 6 & 7 Dec. Passed, 8.

Pearle, Richard, Petition to be read, 17 Nov. Read; Bill to cut off a Recovery, read, 22. Committed, 10 Dec.

Pepys, Mr. Vide Privileges.

Petitioners own their Petitions, 17 & 25 Nov.

Pitch. Vide Tar.

Poor, Committee to consider Laws relating to them, and Wages of Servants and Labourers; Instruction, 25 Oct.

Pope, Sir Thomas. Vide Lee.

Prettyman, Sir John. Vide Privileges, infra.
-, -Lady Theodosia, Petition referred to Committee, 4 Dec. Order for sitting; Marshal of King's Bench to permit her, with a Keeper, to attend them, and her Counsel, in mean time, 7.

Prisoner in King's Bench, with a Keeper, to attend a Committee, and her Counsel, in mean time, 7 Dec.

Privileges and Elections, Committee appointed, and to receive Petitions, 19 Oct. Committees added, 3, 4. 8. 9. 11. 12, 13. 18. 22, 23, 24. & 27 Nov. 2, 3, & 4 Dec. Have Leave to sit during Adjournment, 1 Dec. Matters depending adjourned, 7.-Information given of an unlicensed Book, tending to create a Division between Two Houses; Chiswell to attend, 19 Oct. Examined; Attorney-general to indict him; House informed, that Darby printed it; Darby to attend, 22.- Lord Ancram's Servant arrested; Speaker to issue Warrant for his Discharge, 9 Nov.-Complaint against Mr. Brunckard; Order for taking him in Custody; Members to inquire of Attorney-general, why Information against him was stopped, 12. His Answer thereto; Previous Question for an Inquiry, whether he had Orders to stop, Neg. 13.-Sir Fretzville Hollis's Complaint; Soames and Offley examined; further Examination referred to the Committee, 18.-Mr. Mainard's Complaint; Davison ordered into Custody; Mr. Filmer to attend, 19. Examined; Question, that he be reprehended on his Knees, Neg. Attorney-general to prefer Information against him, 20.-Order for Discharge of Mr. Corye, a Member, detained on mesne Process, 25.-Mr. Pepys's Complaint; Mr. Whitmore ordered into Custody, 27. Discharged on his Petition, 1 Dec.-Sir John Prettyman's Servant arrested; Matter referred to Speaker, 1. His Report; Privilege granted to Servant, and Order for his Release, 4.-Lord Mandeville's Complaint; Barnes ordered into Custody, 1.-Mr. Orme's Complaint; Stone ordered into Custody, 4.

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

PALMER. Vide Privileges, infra.

Papists, Bill against them, ordered, 21 Mar. 1669.

Paris Garden, Petition for Bill to make it a Parish; Bill ordered, 19 Jan. Read, 20. Committed; a Petition transferred, under former Instructions, to another Committee; further Instruction, 21. Order for sitting of Committee, 31. Committees added, 31 Jan. & 4 Feb. Bill reported, and to be ingrossed, 20. Passed, 23. Returned from Lords, with Amendments, 17 Mar. Amendments agreed to, 27.

Parliament prorogued, 22 Apr. By Commission, 16 Apr. & 30 Oct.

Parry. Vide Maiming.

Parsons. Vide Privileges, infra.

Paston. Vide Privileges, infra.

Patent of Farmers of Excise to be brought in, 9 Mar. 1669.-of Light-houses in Ireland, complained of, 7 Apr. 1670. Voted a common Grievance, 8 Feb.

Paul's St. Dean of, Bill for building Mansion-house, to be read, 1 Mar. 1669. Read, 2. Committed, 3. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 7. Passed, 17. Agreed to by Lords, 30.

Pearle, Richard, Bill to cut off a Recovery, to be read, 21 Feb. 1669.

Perkins. Vide Wharton.

Perpetuities. Vide Registry.

Peterborough new Writ, 7 Mar.

Petitions to be received by Committees, 14 & 25 Feb.-Transferred to another Committee, 21 Jan.-Withdrawn, 4 & 6 Feb.-To be owned before a Committee, 8.-Owned at Bar, 10 Feb. 19 Dec. 10 & 14 Feb.

Pirates, Bill to prevent Delivery of English Ships to them, ordered, 23 Feb. 1669. Read, 19 Mar. Committed, 30. Re ported, and to be ingrossed; a Committee to prepare Proviso, with Penalties, for carrying Merchants Goods in Ships of War, 31. Bill read Third time; Debate thereon adjourned, 2 Apr. Resumed; another Committee to amend Proviso, 5. Proviso reported, 6. Conference, desired by Lords, agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, and reported; Lords Amendments in Part disagreed to; another Conference to be desired with Lords; Committee to assign Reasons: Report, 11. Committee revived; Order for sitting, and preparing Reasons, 21 Feb. Reasons to be reported, 4 Mar. Reported, 6. Conference to be desired, 11. Lords Concurrence to Amendments signified, 14.

Pitt, George, and others, Bill to annul forged Bonds, and Judgments thereupon, committed, 23 Nov. 1670.

Plantation Trade, Committee to prepare Bill for preserving it, 27 Oct. 1670. Revived, and Order for sitting, 3 Nov.

Poole new Writ, 24 Oct. 1670.

Poor. Vide Workhouses.
-, -Committee to inspect Laws relating to them, 17 Feb. 1670. Committees added, 2 Mar.-Bill to regulate Labourers, Servants, and Apprentices, read; Debate thereon.- Same Committee to prepare Bill for regulating Servants Wages, and setting Poor on Work, 13 Dec. Revived, and Order for siting, 13 Dec. & 3 Mar. Committees added, 13 Dec. All that come to have Voices, 3 Mar.
-, -Petition of Governors of the Corporation of Poor; Debate thereon; Petitioners to be heard at Bar, 14 Mar. 1670. Own their Petition, and heard; Resolutions thereupon, 16. Vide Workhouses.

Pope, Sir Thomas. Vide Lee.

Popery, Committee to prepare Bill to prevent Growth thereof, and inquire concerning Jews, 6 Feb. 1670. Committees added, 8. Committee have Leave to sit, 15. Report to be made, 15 & 16. Made, 17. Committee revived, 23. Bill tendered, 28. Read, 1 Mar. Committed; Instruction, 2. To be reported, 6. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 9. Passed, 11.

Portsmouth. Vide Supply.

Post-Office. Vide York.

Pratt, Sir George. Vide Pitt, supra.

Prettyman, Sir John. Vide Privileges, infra.
-, - Bill to sell Lands for Payment of Debt due to Crown, ordered, 15 Mar. 1669. Read, 17. Bill and Proviso read, and committed; Counsel to be heard at Bar, 19. Committee revived, and order for sitting, 24. Committees added, 24 & 28. Committee have Leave to sit, 4 Apr. Bill reported, and to be ingrossed, 7. Passed, 8. Returned from Lords, with Amendments; Amendments agreed to, 11.
-, -Lady Theodosia, Petition to be read; Sir John Prettyman to have Notice to attend, 21 Mar. 1669.

Price, Mr. Vide Privileges, infra.

Pritchard. Vide Privileges, infra.

Privileges and Elections, Committee appointed, 14 Feb. Committees added, 3. 12. 15, 16. 21, 22. & 24 Mar. 18. 22, & 23 Nov. 8. 13. & 15 Dec. 10. 18. & 25 Jan. 3. & 7 Feb. 11. 21, 22. & 24 Mar. 18. & 22 Nov. 8. 13. 15. 18. & 25 Dec. 7 Jan. & 11 Mar. Order for sitting, 22 Mar. 13 Dec. & 30 Mar.-Mr. Lewes's Servant arrested; Doughty and Reade, at their Perils, to cause Action, to be withdrawn, 17 Feb. 1669.-Mr. Graham's Complaint; Proceedings at Law to be stopped, 19.-Order for staying Proceedings at Law against Lord St. John's Tenant, 21.- Lord Newburgh's Complaint; Proceedings at Law to be stayed, and Records vacated, 23.-Sir Roger Bradshaigh's Complaint; Proceedings at Law to be stayed, 1 Mar.-Mr. Langhorne's Complaint; Pritchard, Lewis, and others, ordered into Custody, 1. Lewis discharged, on his Petition, 4 Apr.-Sir Thomas Mere's Complaint; Willerton, Grimes, and Wootton, ordered into Custody, 2 Mar. -Sir Antony Cope's Servant arrested; Mary Santley to attend the Committee; Johnt Santley ordered into Custody; Servant to be discharged, and Proceedings stayed, 5. Order for Discharge of Parties, 9.-Sir Robert Pasten's Complaint; Moore and Woodward to attend the Committee, 8. Woodward ordered into Custody for contemptuous Words, 28.-Lord Ancram's Complaint; Stone ordered into Custody, 15.- Mr. Wright's Complaint; Proceedings at Law to be stayed, 16.-Mrs. Hume's Petition against Sir John Prettyman, for protecting a Person as menial Servant, to be read; Sir John to have Notice to attend, 21. Petition read, and referred to a Committee, 30. Report; re-committed, and recommended to Care of one Member; Committees added; all that come to have Voices, 7 Apr. Report from Re-commitment; Sir John to receive Sentence of Suspension on his Knees; House informed that be is not to be found; Serjeant to bring him to Bar, 8. His and Mrs. Hume's Petitions read; Day appointed for bringing him, 11 Nov. Brought, and suspended; to be heard; Serjeant to give him and Mrs. Hume Notice, 14. Heard, restored, and allowed Privilege, 23.-Sir John Prettyman's Petition, complaining that Sir Edward Hungerford had disposed of Lands at under Value; Sir Edward to have Sight of it, 20 Feb. 1670. Considered, and referred to a Committee, 22. Committee revived, and Order for sitting, 27. Committees added, 3 & 28 Mar. Report, 31.-Sir Edmund Windham's Complaint; Mason and Shewell ordered into Custody, 29. Order for their Discharge, 2 Apr.-Sir Wm. Fenwicke's Complaint; Proceedings at Law to be stayed; Matter referred to the Committee, 30 Mar.-Jenings and Kiffes ordered into Custody for not attending a Committee, 31.-Mr. Jaye's Complaint; Gybbon, Cowdell, and Miles, ordered into Custody, 31 Oct. Report; Parties reprimanded, and discharged, on their Submission; but to deliver Possession of the Sheep-walk, 29 Nov.- Mr. Bartn's Complaint; Durant ordered into Custody, 31 Oct. His Petition to be read, 11 Nov. Considered; Durant reprimanded, and discharged, 12.-Mr. Goring's Complaint; Bowtell ordered into Custody, 4. Discharged on his Petition, 8 Dec.-A Committee to inquire who were Authors, Printers, and Publishers of a seditious Book delivered at the Door; Dispersers ordered into Custody, 10 Nov. Report to be made, 11. Made, 12. To be considered, 12 & 16.-Mr. Henry Seymour's Complaint; Cole, Lamerton, and Coning, ordered into Custody, 10. Committee to sit, and appoint Time for hearing, 14. Order for hearing, 3 Jan. 4 & 7 Feb. Persons concerned, and Witnesses, to attend, without further Summons, 3 Jan. Report; Order for taking Henley, Lucy, Palmer, and Nosworthy, into Custody, 8 Feb. -Information given of a Motion in Chancery intended against Mr. Cornwallis; Privilege granted him; Proceedings to be stayed, 12 Nov.-Mr. Russell's Complaint; Coke and Taylor ordered into Custody, 14. Discharged on Member's Motion, 17.-House informed, that Lords had passed Orders concerning Possession of Lord Newburgh's Lands; Orders read, and referred to a Committee, 15. Report; Committee revived; to make further Examination, and search Precedents; Three to be a Quorum, 16. Report to be made, 29.-Sir James Norfolk, Serjeant, his Complaint; Nicholas ordered into Custody, 16.-Mr. Price's Complaint referred to the Committee, 19. Report; Goodyer and Woolley ordered into Custody, 24. Goodyer discharged on his Petition, 20 Dec.-House informed, that Mr. Jekill, notwithstanding Vote that his Commitment was for the Preservation of the King, and Peace of the Kingdom, proceeds in a Suit against Sir Andrew King; Jekill, Burtou, and Ogden, ordered into Custody, 23 Nov. Discharged, 24.-Sir John Moreton's Complaint referred to the Committee, 26. Report; Mr. Squibb ordered into Custody, 19 Dec. Reprimanded, and discharged, on his Petition, 3 Jan.-Sir Henry Herbert's Complaint; Mason and Littler ordered into Custody, 28 Nov. Discharged on their Petition, 1 Feb.-Mr. Digby's Petition; Copy to be sent to Mr. Cornwallis; Time appointed for his Answer, 13 Dec. Further Time allowed, 14. Answer to be considered, 17. Considered; Petition owned, and, with the Answer, referred to the Committee, 19. Order for hearing, 4. 26, & 27 Jan. & 6 Feb. Persons concerned to attend, 27 Jan. Report, 25 Feb.-Mr. Howe's Servant arrested; Woolley, Beadle, and Parsons, ordered into Custody, 17 Dec. Woolley's Petition; Information thereupon of a high Contempt, in assaulting Deputy-Serjeant, and rescuing his Prisoner; Cox, Forder, Parsons, and Croft, ordered into Custody; Sheriff, and other Officers, to assist in executing the Warrant, 24 Jan. Woolley discharged on his Petition, 17 Feb.-House informed, that Sir John Coventry had been assaulted and wounded; Matter to be considered, 9 Jan. Considered; Resolution thereupon, 10. Vide Maiming.-Colonel Strode's Complaint; Stanley ordered into Custody, 9. Discharged on his Petition, 14.- Sir John Pettus's Complaint of a scurrilous printed Paper dispersed at the Door, referred to the Committee, 14. Mr. Vaughan's Servant arrested; Order for his release, 19.-Mr. Maleverer's Servant arrested; to be released, and allowed Privilege, 11 Feb.-Lord Vaughan's Complaint; Proceedings at Law to be stayed, 18.-Sir John Knight's Complaint; Knight ordered into Custody, 23. His Petition referred to the Committee; discharged, on security to appear, 14 Mar. Report to be made, 24. Made; Knight ordered into Custody, 28. Discharged on his Petition, 1 Apr.-Sir Trevor Williams's Servant arrested; Matter referred to the Committee; Jones and Williams to attend Committee at their own Charge; Action to be discharged, 23 Feb. Parties ordered into Custody, 27 Mar. Jones discharged on his Petition, 18 Apr.-Mr. Mus grave's Complaint; Proceedings at Law to be stayed, 25 Feb. -Sir Philip Monckton's Complaint referred to the Committee, 2 Mar.-Sir Baneham Throgmorton's Servant arrested; Matter referred to Speaker, 3-Lord Ancram's Complaint; Wayne ordered into Custody, 6. His Petition referred to the Committee; discharged mean time, on Security, 10.-Sir Fretzville Hollis's Servant arrested; Matter referred to Speaker, 3 Apr.-Mr. Collingwood's Servant arrested; Matter referred to Speaker, 6.-Sir Antony Cope's Complaint; Landisdall ordered into Custody, 18.-Sir John Morley's Complaint; Hartlippe ordered into Custody, 18.

Protections, written, to be granted only to menial Servants; all granted to other Persons to be withdrawn and called in; another Resolution, that all Protections, and written Certificates, be declared void, and called in, and Privilege allowed to menial Servants, 9 Apr. 1670.

Putney, Motion for building Bridge thereat, adjourned, 10 Feb. 1670. Question for laying an Imposition for that Purpose, Affirmative, 3 Apr. Bill read; Question for Second Reading, Neg. 4.

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

PARDON, Bill, from Lords, read once, and passed, 28 Mar. Returned, 29.

Parliament prorogued, 20 Oct.

Parrett and Thone, Bill, from Lords, to make them navigable from Bridgewater to Taunton and Bradford Bridge, read, 25 Mar. Committed, 29.

Penryn new Writ, 6 Feb.

Petitions to be delivered to a Committee, 7 Feb.-Owned, 22.

Pool, Sir Courtney. Vide Privileges.

Poole new Writ, 6 Feb.

Popery. Vide Address.
-, -Committee to prepare Bill to prevent Growth thereof, 28 Feb. Bill read, 5 Mar. Committed, 6. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 10. Passed, 12. Returned from Lords, with Amendments; Amendments in part considered, 21. Further considered; Residue referred to Committee of whole House; Report; Chairman to withdraw, and examine Amendments of Committee; his Report, 22. Conference, desired with Lords thereupon, agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, and reported, 24. Another Conference, desired, by Lords, agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, and reported; House agree with Lords, 25.

Privileges and Elections, Committee appointed, and to receive Petitions, 7 Feb. Committees added, 13, 14, 15. 18, 19, 20, 21, 22. 24. & 27. All that come to have Voices, 27. Matters deferred, and Parties discharged from Attendance till after Recess, 26 Mar.-Sir Roger Bradshaigh's Servant arrested; Stanton, Forster, and Marsh, to attend the Committee; Proceedings to be stayed, 8 Feb.-Sir Robert Dillington's Complaint referred to the Committee; Wheeler, Guyer, and Ball, ordered into Custody, 8. Reprimanded, and discharged, on their Petition, 22.-Sir Charles Sidley's Complaint, that his Coach and Horses were sent to the Greenyard, himself and Servants to the Compter, referred to the Committee; Axton ordered into Custody, 8. His Petition, 25. Day appointed for Committee to examine Matter, 4 Mar. Report; Axton reprimanded, and discharged, 7.- Hammond, Deputy Serjeant, his Complaint of inhuman Treatment in executing a Warrant, referred to the Committee, 25 Feb.-Colonel Gray's Complaint; Hobart to attend the Committee, 26.-Sir Courtney Poole's Servant arrested; Matter referred to the Committee; Gibbons to attend them, 1 Mar. Discharged from Attendance till after Recess, 25.- Knowles, Deputy Serjeant, his Petition referred to the Committee, 1 Mar. Parties to attend after Recess, 29.-Mr. Herbert's Complaint referred to the Committee; Rugg, Tomlyn, Jenings, Frosby, Upton, and Bennett, to attend, 8 Mar.- Mr. Jay, a Member, detained in execution; Matter referred to the Committee, 15.-Information given, that Juson and Darvill, seduced by Kilby, had disobeyed an Order of House; severally ordered into Custody, 21.

Prizage. Vide Butlerage.

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

PARLIAMENT prorogued, 4 Nov.

Privileges and Elections, Committee appointed, and to receive Petitions, 30 Oct.-Colonel Kirkby's, Servant arrested; Speaker to issue Warrant for his Discharge, 31.

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

PAPISTS. Vide Test.
-, -Information given of Dangers from them; Resolution thereupon, 12 Jan. Vide Address.

Parliament prorogued, 23 Feb. By Commission, 10 Nov.

Peers, Bill, from Lords, to regulate Tryals of them, 9 Feb. Read, 23.

Pepys, Mr. a Member, charged with having a Crucifix in his House; heard; Members to name their Informers; Lord Shaftesbury and Sir John Banks named; Committee to receive Lord Shaftesbury's Information, 10 Feb. Sir John to attend, 10 & 13. Lord Shaftesbury's Answer reported, 13. Sir John examined; Sir Thomas Littleton heard, as to Lord Shaftesbury's Words; Debate adjourned, 16.

Petitions owned, 21 & 26 Jan. & 12 Feb.-Rejected, 28 Jan.

Piercy, James, Petition, Debate thereon adjourned, 9 Feb.

Piscary, Bill for Preservation thereof in the Severn, Avon, and Tame, read, 27 Jan. Committed, 10 Feb. Committee revived, and Order for sitting; Committees added, 23.

Portsmouth, Bill for paving Streets, and erecting a Workhouse therein, ordered. 5 Feb. Read, 12. Committed; Summons of Notice to Persons concerned to be published in Church, 14.

Pretty, Colonel, Petition, 28 Jan. Vide Officers.

Privileges and Elections, Committee appointed, 7 Jan. Hearings deferred longer than first Times appointed, and so to be heard in Priority, 28. Committee adjourned, 5 Feb.-Mr. Gray's Complaint referred to the Committee, 7 Jan.-Mr. Mallett's Complaint referred to the Committee, 13.-Sir John Coriton's Complaint of Servant arrested, and contemptuons Words against House, Speaker to issue Warrant for Servant's Discharge; Matter referred to the Committee, 27. Report; White and Calvert ordered into Custody, 21 Feb.-Mr. George's Complaint; Witness examined; Barrell ordered into Custody, 14. Reprimanded, and discharged, on his Petition, 18.-Motion that Mr. Scroope and Mr. How may go into the Country, to make Defence against a Presentment of a Riot, referred to the Committee, 21.

Protestants. Vide Test.

Proviso cut off from a Bill after Third Reading, 7 Feb.

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

PAPISTS, Committee to prepare Bill to prevent their sitting in Parliament, 16 Apr. Order for presenting and reading, 14 May. For reading, 17. Read, 18. Order for Second Reading, 20. Committed, 21. Committees added, 28.
-, -Committee to prepare Bill for more easy Discovery and Conviction of them; Bill recommended to Care of Three Members, 21 Apr. To be read, 17 May. Read, 19. Order for Second Reading, 20. Committed, 27.

Parliament prorogued, 9 June.
-, -Rolls, Copy of Record thereof, 2 Ric. 2d, tendered; Translation read; Debate touching translating and printing it; other Copies of 36 Edw. 3d, and 4 Hen. 4th, tendered; Keeper to produce Originals, 14 Apr. Originals read; Debate thereon; Committee to translate them, and search whether they are upon Statute Rolls, 15. Report of several Translations; Consideration adjourned till further Report, 22.

Patents relating to Customs and Excise to be brought in; Chancellor of Exchequer desired to be present, if Health permits, or order his Secretary to attend-Patents for disposing of Revenue by Lord Treasurer to be brought in, 26 Apr.

Peables. Vide Privileges, infra.

Peck, Serjeant, to attend. Vide Privileges, infra.

Pedlars. Vide Hawkers.

Peers, Bill, from Lords, to regulate Tryals of them, 24 Apr. Read, 27.

Pemberton, Serjeant, to attend. Vide Privileges, infra.

Perjuries, infra. Vide Frauds.

Petition owned, 6 May.

Piscary, Bill for Preservation thereof in Severn, Avon, and Tame, read, 22 Apr. Committed; Instruction to make Bill general, 23. Bill reported, and re-committed, 10 May. Reported from Re-commitment, and to be ingrossed; Proviso for extending it, ordered, 15. Bill passed, 20. Sent to Lords, 21.

Poor, Committee to prepare Bill for their Relief, 20 Apr.

Popery, Ways for suppressing it to be considered in Committee of whole House, 16, 17. & 20 Apr. Considered, and Report of Resolutions, 16, 17. & 21.

Porter, Mr. to attend. Vide Privileges, infra.

Prettyman, Sir John. Vide Privileges, infra.-and others, Petitions referred to Committee, 4 May. Committees added, 14 & 28.

Prisoner in King's Bench to be brought by Marshal to House, 14 Apr.

Prisoners. Vide Debtors, Liberty.

Privileges and Elections, Committee appointed, 13 Apr. Impowered to sit on a particular Day, 17.-House informed, that Sir John Prettyman is Prisoner in King's Bench; Marshal to bring him to House, 14. Gives Reasons for his Disobedience to Order; Debate thereon; Matter referred to the Committee; Members of Long Robe to attend, 15. Report; Resolution for his Discharge; Serjeant, with Mace, to bring him to House, 20.-Sir John Trevor's Complaint; Speaker, by Letter, to stop Proceedings at Law; Matter referred to the Committee, 20. Report; Parties discharged from further Attendance, 14 May. -Serjeant at Arms arrested within a Week after Prorogation; Matter referred to the Committee, 21 Apr.-Serjeant Hardess, a Member, discharged from Recordership of Canterbury; Enfield, Stanhope, Beverton, Fidge, Maplesden, Elnyn, Gilham, Stanley, and Barrett, ordered into Custody, 22. Reprimanded, and discharged, on their Petition, having replaced him, 30.-Colonel Roll's Complaint referred to the Committee; Gray and Bagaley ordered into Custody, 29 Apr. Bagaley reprimanded, and discharged, on his Petition, 8 May. Motion on behalf of Sir John Fagg, served with an Order, from Lords, to answer Petition of Dr. Shirley, to be considered; Committee to inspect Lords Journals, and give Account of the Precedent in Case of Mr. Hales, 4 May. Message to Lords, desiring them to have regard to Privileges of House; Messenger dismissed without Answer, 5. Answer sent, 7. Another Committee to inspect Entries in Lords Journals, relating to this Case, 8. Dr. Shirley ordered into Custody; Sir John Fagg not to proceed without Leave; same Committee to inspect Journals of House for Precedents, 12. Report of Entries in Lords Journals; Debate thereon; Vote, that the Appeal, and Proceedings, are a Breach of Privilege; Information given, that Warrant, for apprehending Dr. Shirley, was forcibly taken from Deputy-Serjeant; Debate, and Resolution thereupon. Vide Mohun. Fresh Warrant ordered, 14. Debate resumed; Resolution thereupon; Conference to be desired with Lords, 15. Desired, and agreed to; Managers appointed; Vote concerning the Appeal to be delivered; Conference held, and reported, 17. Sir John Fagg committed to the Tower for waiving his Privilege, and putting in Answer, 1 June. Discharged on his Petition, 3. Copy of Lords Order for hearing Counsel at their Bar, served on him, read; Resolutions thereupon to be set up in Westminster-hall and Lobby; Clerk to see it done, 7.-Colonel Kirkby's Servant arrested; Order for his Release from Gatehouse, 4 May.-Sir Thomas Littleton's Complaint; Salter to be sent for, 4.-Mr. Progers's Complaint referred to the Committee; Proceedings at Law to be stopped, 5.-Debate touching Privileges of House adjourned, 14, 15. & 19. Resumed, 15 & 19. Resolutions, that whoever prosecutes any Suit against a Member at Lords Bar, shall be deemed an Infringer of the Rights and Privileges of this House, 15. That no Member be summoned to attend Lords House during Session, 18. That there lies no Appeal to Lords Judicature from Courts of Equity; that no Member prosecute such Appeal, 28. Order that no Member attend Lords House upon Summons, without Leave, 3 June. Resolutions, that no Person, committed by House, ought to be discharged during Session, but by Warrant, or Order thereof, 7. That no Commoner, committed for Breach of Privilege by House, ought, without their Order, to be made appear at Lords Bar during Session, 9.-Information given of an Appeal brought by Sir Nic. Stoughton against Mr. Onslow, appointed to be heard at Lords Bar; Mr. Onslow not to appear further; Sir Nicholas ordered into Custody; Message to Lords, desiring them to have regard to Privileges of House, 15 May. Their Answer; Debate, and Resolution thereupon; Conference desired with Lords, and agreed to; Committee to assign Reasons, 18. Report; Debate touching confining Conference to Matter of Privilege only; same Committee to prepare Clause for that Purpose, 20. Part of Lords Answer, relating to Appeals, to be considered, 21 & 27. Clause reported-Conference desired with Lords on Privileges of House; Messenger dismissed without Answer, 21. House put Lords in mind of Message, 27. Their Answer; Debate, and Resolution thereupon; Conference to be desired; Committee to assign Reasons; Report, 28. Conference desired; Messenger dismissed without Answer; another Conference desired by Lords, Debate thereon; Conference agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, and reported; same Committee to consider Matter offered by Lords, and prepare further Reasons; Order for their sitting; Members to have Notice to attend them, 31. Report; Members to withdraw, and amend Reasons; their Report; Conference desired, and agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, and reported, 2 June.-Sir Wm. Blackett's Complaint; Carye ordered into Custody, 17 May. -Sir Francis Lawley's Complaint; Latham and White ordered into Custody; Question, that Bird the Attorney be sent for in Custody, Neg. Matter against him referred to the Committee, 17. 31.-Mr. Faunt's Complaint; Proceedings at Law to be stayed, 17.-Mr. Spry's Complaint referred to the Committee, 18.-Complaint that Mr. Murrey, a Petitioner to House, was assaulted coming up the Stairs, referred to the Committee, 18.-Information given, that Deputy-Serjeant was obstructed in executing a Warrant; Deputy examined; Hastings and Crooke ordered into Custody, 19. Motion on their behalf; Matter referred to the Committee, 20. Report; Order for their Discharge, without paying Fees; DeputySerjeant to attend, 26. Examined; Matter to be re-examined by Committee; Hastings, Crooke, and other Parties, to attend, 27.-Sir John Stonehouse's Complaint referred to the Committee, 21 May.-Sir Wm. Doyley's Complaint; Mingay and Richards ordered into Custody, 26. Mingay reprimanded, and discharged on his Petition, 7 June.-Sir John Churchill, Serjeant Pemberton, Serjeant Peck, and Mr. Porter, to attend, 31 May. Examined touching appearing as Counsel at Lords Bar, in Prosecution of an Appeal, wherein Mr. Dalmahoy, a Member, is concerned; severally ordered into Custody; Report of Entries in Lords Journals relating thereto; Question for sending Mr. Dalmahoy to the Tower, Neg. Sir Nicolas and Mr. Crispe to attend, 1 June. Serjeant examined touching their Escape; his Answer not satisfactory; Speaker to issue Warrant for his Commitment to the Tower; withdraws himself; Serjeant pro tempore to apprehend him, and bring him to Bar; Privilege denied him; Speaker to issue new Warrant for bringing Churchill, Peck, and Pemberton, to Bar, 2. Information given they were in Westminster-hall; Serjeant sent, with Mace, to seize them; his Report; Parties committed to the Tower, 4. House informed, that Lords had ordered a Habeas Corpus for bringing them to their Bar; Committee to search their Journals for Minutes of the Day; Report, that they were refused; Resolutions thereupon to be sent to Lieutenant of the Tower, 7. Lieutenant gives Account of Four Writs of Habeas Corpus sent from Lords; Debate, and Resolution thereupon; Speaker intimates, that he should forbear to return them; Writs read; former Committee to inspect Lords Journals for Proceedings since Yesterday, and search Records for Precedents of Writs of Habeas Corpus returnable in Parliament; further Debate relating thereto, adjourned, 7. Report of Precedents; Resolutions thereupon; Message acquainting Lords, that Parties were committed for Breach of Privilege, 9.-Information given, that Sir Wm. Basset had delivered a Petition to Lords House against Mr. Nosworthy, another Member; Committee to inspect their Journals for Proceedings thereon, 1 June.-Sir John Hollman's Servant arrested; Matter referred to the Committee, 3.-House informed, that Sir Humphry Winch and Mr. Nappier are summoned to attend at Lords Bar, upon a Petition exhibited; Committee to inspect their Journals for Proceedings therein, 3.-Privilege granted to Serjeant, 4.-Sir Wm. Wentworth's Complaint referred to the Committee, 7.

Progers, Mr. Vide Privileges, supra.

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

PAPISTS, Bill to hinder their sitting in Parliament, read, 13 Oct. Order for Second Reading, 21. Committed, 23. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 4 Nov. Passed, 8. Order for putting Lords in mind of Bill, 15. House put them in mind thereof, 16.

Parliament prorogued, 22 Nov.

Pedlars. Vide Hawkers.

Pembroke Borough, new Writ, 12 Nov.

Petition read, though not signed, 8 Nov.

Philips, Colonel. Vide Privileges, infra.

Platir, * Bill to sell Lands for Payment of Debts, tendered, 20 Nov.

Poor and Vagrants, Committee to consider Laws relating to them, 12 Nov.

Popery, Bill, prepared last Session to prevent the Growth thereof, ordered, 20 Oct. To be read, 21 & 23. Read, 25. Committed, 15 Nov.

Portsmouth. Vide Fees.

Printing-press, Bill for Regulation thereof, read, 11 Nov. Order for Second Reading, 17.

Prisoners. Vide Debtors.

Privileges and Elections, Committee appointed; to receive Petitions, 13 Oct.-Privilege granted to a Witness, 2 Nov.- Information given, that Decardonell had aspersed Sir Robert Holmes; Order for taking him into Custody, 4. Discharged on his Petition, 20.-Mr. Spencer's Servant arrested; Speaker to issue Warrant for his Release; Matter referred to the Committee, 8.-Colonel Philips's Complaint; Norton, Mearne, Wright, Simons, and Tayler, ordered into Custody, 9. Reprimanded, and discharged, on their Petition, 18.-Order of Lords for hearing an Appeal against Sir John Fagg, a Member, read, 13. Consideration adjourned, 13. 15, & 16. Resumed; Resolutions, that prosecuting the Appeal is a Breach of Privilege; that Sir John make no Defence, 15. Previous Question, that no Appeal lies to Lords Judicature from Courts of Equity, Neg. 17. Previous Question for declaring a Vote of last Session now in Force, Neg. 18. Dr. Shirley ordered into Custody, 20.-Information given, that Sir Edmund Jenings, a Member, was made a Sheriff; Debate thereon; Previous Question, that it is a Breach of Privilege for a Member to be made Sheriff during Parliament, Affirmative; Committee to consider a Way to supersede the Commission, 16.-House informed of several Appeals depending in Lords House from Courts of Equity; Resolution and Declaration, that the Prosecutor of such Appeal shall be deemed a Betrayer of the Rights and Privileges of the Commons, to be affixed on the Lobby-door, and Westminster-hall Gate, 19.-Information given, that Sir Nicolas Stoughton had served Mr. Onslow with an Order of Lords for hearing an Appeal; Sir Nicolas ordered into Custody; Mr. Onslow to make no Defence, 20.

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

PACE. Vide Privileges, infra.

Palmer, Sir Lewis. Vide Privileges, infra.

Pamphlets. Vide Books.

Papists, Bill to hinder their sitting in Parliament, to be read, 21 Feb. 1676. Read, 8 Mar. Order for Second Reading, 19. Committed, 27.

Parliament prorogued, 13 May.

Patents to Farmers of Hearth-money to be brought in, 1 Feb. 1677. Presented, 7. Re-delivered, and to be brought again, when required, 11 Mar.-For making Alum, to be considered in a Committee, 16 Feb. Report, that Patent, and Proclamation thereon, are prejudicial to the Woollen Manufactures; Contents of the Patent re-committed, 19 Mar.

Patrons, Bill for annulling Bonds taken of Clerks upon their Presentments, read; Question for Second Reading, Neg. 27 Feb. 1676.

Pawnbrokers, Bill for a publick Register for them, ordered, 14 Mar. 1677. Read, 15. Committed, 19.

Peake. Vide Privileges.

Pedlars. Vide Hawkers.

Perjuries. Vide Frauds.

Petersfield, new Writ, 23 May.

Petitions withdrawn, 6 & 19 Feb.-Owned, 19 Feb. 7. 8. 17. & 26 Mar.-Rejected, 27.-Dismissed, 7 May.

Philips, Colonel. Vide Privileges, infra.

Pierpoint, Mr. Vide Privileges, infra.

Piscary. Vide Fishing.

Platir, Thomas, Bill to sell Lands for Payment of Debts, read, 3 Feb.

Plenty, John, Petition, 7 Mar. 1676. Vide Cattle.

Plymouth, new Writ, 16 Feb.

Plympton, new Writ, 16 Feb. Election, Petition, 19 Mar.

Poll Tax. Vide Supply.

Poor, Day appointed to consider the Charge and Inconvenience of not setting them on Work, and to inspect Laws concerning them, 1 Mar. 1676. Committee appointed for same Purpose, 15 Feb.
-, -Bill for regulating them, ordered, 27 Mar.

Popery. Vide Church.
-, -Bill to prevent the Growth thereof, to be read, 21 Feb. 1676. Read, 26. Committed, 8 Mar. Committees added, 22. Bill to be reported, 28. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 30. Passed, 4 Apr. House put Lords in mind of Bill, 15 Feb. & 8 Mar.

Prideaux, Edmund, and Wife, Petitions, 16 Feb. 1676, & 22 Mar. 1677. Vide Privileges.

Privileges and Elections, Committee appointed; to receive Petitions, 17 Feb. Reports to be made, 15. 23. & 31 Mar. & 4 May.-Order for their sitting, 21 May.-Hearings deferred-Chairman to give Parties Notice, appoint Days, and issue Summons accordingly, 2. 7. & 11 Apr.-To be called from Speaker's Chamber to make Reports; Question for hearing them, Neg. 8 May.-Sir Robert Holt, by Letter, informs House he is Prisoner in the Fleet; Mr. Prideaux's Petition read; Question for adjourning Debate thereon, Neg. Matter referred to a Committee, 16 Feb. Motion for referring to Committee of Privileges and Elections, agreed to; Committee to search Precedents, 22. Report disagreed to; Resolutions thereupon, 2 Apr.-Sir Lewis Palmer's Servant arrested; Speaker to issue Warrant for his Discharge, 23 Feb. Keeper ready at the Door to yield Obedience; Member discharges him from his Service; Order recalled, and Privilege denied him, 26.-Sir Richard Ford's Servant arrested; Speaker to issue Warrants for his Discharge, and for taking Hawkins into Custody, 12 Mar. Hawkins reprimanded, and discharged, on his Petition, 19.-Mr. Progers's Complaint; Shirmey ordered into Custody, 14. His Petition; Question for his Discharge, Neg. 17. Another Petition, reprimanded, and discharged thereupon, 19.-Mr. Leighton's Complaint; Dikin ordered into Custody, 21.-Sir Francis Wenman's Complaint by Letter; Privilege allowed him; Proceedings at Law to be stayed; Jones and Wynne to attend, 31.-Sir Robert Carre's Coach and Horses stopped, and his Coachman misused; Clarke, Tomkyns, Clavile, Ridley, and Taylor, ordered into Custody, 4 Apr. Tomkyns and Clarke reprimanded, and discharged, on their Petition, 12.-Mr. Finch's Complaint referred to the Committee, 14.-Sir Thomas Clargis Complaint; Lawley ordered into Custody, 25 May.-Mr. Bertie's Complaint; Campion ordered into Custody, 25. Reprimanded, and discharged, on his Petition, 2 Mar.-Mr. Williams's Complaint referred to the Committee, 25-May.-Complaint of Sir Metcalfe Robinson and Sir Wm. Frankland against a Collector of Hearth-money; Crossby ordered into Custody, 31 Jan.-Mr. Hall's Complaint; Beach and Deverell ordered into Custody, 31. Beach's Petition; House informed that he was sick; Serjeant to bring him to Bar, when in a fit Condition, 22 Feb. Reprimanded and discharged, on Condition of making Acknowlegement at Quarter Sessions, 25.-Mr. Pierpoint's Complaint against Collectors of Hearth-money; Johnson and Pace ordered into Custody, 31 Jan.-Privilege granted to Persons concerned in a Bill, 12 Feb. To a Sollicitor, 2 May.-Sir Edward Bish's Complaint, that Profits of his Office are sequestered, referred to the Committee, 19 Mar.-Petition of Mr. Prideaux and Wife, relating to Sir Robert Holt, tendered, but not received, he being absent, 22. Tendered a Second time, owned, and read; Sir Robert to have Copy, 26. To put in his Answer in Writing, 26 Mar. & 30 Apr.-Sir Charles Wheeler's Servant arrested; Privilege allowed him; Speaker to issue Warrant for his Discharge, 21.-Sir Lancelot Lake's Complaint referred to the Committee, 30 Apr.-Mr. Churchill's Servant arrested; Sansom, Macham, and Clavell, ordered into Custody, 30. Clavell's Petition read, and withdrawn, 13 May.-Sir James Smith's Complaint; Harvey ordered into Custody, 30 Apr. Reprimanded, and discharged, on his Petition, 8 May.-Mr. Mainard's Complaint referred to the Committee, 2. Report; Wilkinson, and others, when known, ordered into Custody, 6.

Progers, Mr. Vide Privileges.

Protestants, foreign, Bill, from Lords, for exercising their Trades in certain Places, 9 Apr. 1677. Read, 16 Feb. Committed; Instruction, 21 Mar. A Report and Vote referred; Bill to be made general, 27.

Protections. Vide Wanklyn.

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

PAPISTS, Bill to hinder their sitting in Parliament, read, 10 June. Committed, 12. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 22.

Parberry, Nicolas, and others, Petition owned, 5 June. Vide Hearth-money.

Parliament prorogued, 15 July. By Commission, 1 & 29 Aug. & 1 Oct.

Partridge, Thomas, and others, Petition owned, 5 June. Vide Hearth-money.

Paul's, St. Dean of, Bill, from Lords, to increase his Revenue, and assure Estates of his Tenants in Shadwell, 3 June. Read, 4. Committed. 7. Reported, and passed, with Amendments, 17. Amendments agreed to by Lords, 26.

Pawnbrokers, Bill concerning them, reported, and re-committed, 26 June. Reported from Re-commitment, and to be ingrossed, 27. Passed, 1 July.

Pedlars. Vide Hawkers.

Petition, Question for reading one, with Affidavit on same Paper, Affirmative, 30 May.-Owned, 5 June.

Platir, Thomas, Bill, from Lords, to sell Lands for Payment of Debts, and reimbursing himself Money laid out, 28 June. Read, 2 July. Committed; Instruction, 9. Reported, and passed, 11.

Plympton Election, Petition, 23 May.

Poor. Vide Goods stolen.
-, -Committee to prepare Bill to redress Inconveniencies of former Laws relating to them, 24 May.

Popery, Committee to prepare Bill to prevent the Growth thereof, 24 May.

Privileges and Elections, Committee appointed; Order against excessive Drinking thereat, read; to be a standing Instruction to the Committee, and commence from 2 April 1677, 23 May.-Sir Wm. Terringham's Complaint; Bunsted, Barber, Hathorn, and Bushby, to attend, 1 June. Barber and Bushby ordered into Custody for refusing; Matter referred to the Committee; Bunsted and Hawthorn to attend them, 8. Report; Bushby and Barber discharged on their Petition, 15.- Lord Longford's Complaint; Leigh ordered into Custody, 28. Reprimanded, and discharged on his Petition, 3 July.-Mr. Roberts's Complaint; Bernard, Shirley, and Blackwell, to be summoned by Speaker; Matter referred to him, 11.

Protestants, foreign, Bill, from Lords, for their Relief, 1 June. Read, 11 July. Read Second time; Question for Commitment, Neg. rejected, 12.

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

PALACE-YARD, Old, Committee to inquire into the Reasons of Knockings lately heard in the Night, to search Houses thereabouts, and return Names of Popish Inhabitants, 1 Nov.

Palmes. Vide Privileges.

Papists, Bill to hinder their sitting in Parliament, read, 23 Oct. Committed, 24. Committee revived, and Order for sitting, 25. Bill reported, and to be ingrossed, 26. Passed, 28. House put Lords in mind of Bill, 7 Nov. With special Recommendation, 11 & 16. Bill returned, with Amendments; Amendments in Part disagreed to; Committee to assign Reasons, 21. Report; Conference desired, and agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, and reported; another Conference, desired by Lords, agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, and reported; Lords Expedient disagreed to; Committee to assign Reasons, 23. Report; Conference to be desired with Lords, 25. Desired, and agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, and reported; anther Conference, desired by Lords, agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, and reported; Lords Amendments in Part disagreed to; Committee to assign Reasons, 26. Report; Conference, desired with Lords, agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, and reported; Lords Concurrence to what was delivered at last Conference, signified, 27.
-, -List of Papists, and reputed Papists, in the Palaces, ordered, 26 Dec.

Parliament, Information given of a Discourse of blowing up the Two Houses; Committee to search Rooms underneath, 28 Oct.
-, -prorogued, 30 Dec.

Paul's, St. Dean of, desired to preach, 23 Oct. Thanked, 14 Nov.

Pembroke County, new Writ, 21 Oct.

Petre, Lord, impeached of Treason; Impeachment sent to Lords; Committee to prepare Articles; Oates and Bedloe's Informations to be delivered to them, 5 Dec.

Petition owned, 16 Dec.

Plot, Matter concerning it to be heard at Bar; Serjeant, with Messengers, sent for Mr. Oates; Mr. Godfrey to attend, with Examinations taken by Sir Edmundbury; presents them, sealed up; Oates gives in his Information; Members, Justices of Peace, to issue Warrants for apprehending Benedictine Monks, searching their Lodgings, and seizing Papers; Mr. Mulys to attend, and give Account relating to Sir Edmundbury Godfrey, 23 Oct. Oates to attend, 23, 24. & 28 Oct. 28 Nov. & 2 Dec. His Informations taken on Oath, 24, 25. & 28 Oct. Mulys delivers, and owns, his Information; Paper read; Examinations, taken by Sir Edmundbury, read, and to be delivered to Chairman of Committee on his Death; Mr. Bailes and Mr. Robinson to attend; Robinson examined; Justices of Peace to issue Warrants for apprehending Persons, searching Houses, and seizing Papers, within their Jurisdictions; Committee to search Mr. Richard Langhorne's Chambers; Treasurer of Inner Temple to assist them; his Brother to attend; Benchers to search his Chambers; Members, Justices of Peace, to issue Warrants for that Purpose, and for searching Carlisle House; desired to see the latter executed; Lord Chief Justice desired to repair to House, 24. Vide Justice. Report touching Mr. Richard Langhorne's Papers; Keys of his Chambers to be delivered to Committee; House informed, that his Brother is in Custody; Justices of Peace to examine him touching the Plot, and Papers in his Brother's Study; Boxes and Papers, seized in Benedictine Monks Lodgings, referred to Committee on Sir Edmundbury Godfrey's Death; Dr. Tongue to attend, and give Account touching Plot; gives Account: to give Account touching Firing of London, 25. Presents his Information in Writing; Papers referred to Committee on Sir Edmundbury Godfrey's Death; several of Coleman's Papers presented, sealed up, 26. Opened; a Committee to translate French Letters, and send for Inventory of all his Letters received by Clerk of Council, 28. Report; Translations read; another Committee to examine him in Newgate, 29. Their Report; Keeper to attend; Examined as to what Persons had access to him, 30. Coleman's Papers to be delivered by Clerk of Council to Clerk of House, and by him transmitted to the Committee; Three Letters entered; what other Papers shall be brought to be transmitted, and those in French translated; Speaker acquaints House he had something to inform them touching the Plot, which related to Mr. Wright, a Member; Serjeant to summon him forthwith; Mr. Wright heard; a Committee to search his Chambers; Report; Resolution thereupon; Dr. Short examined concerning a Discourse between him and Mr. Wright; a Committee to search his Lodgings; Report; another Committee to examine Coleman on the same Subject; their Report; Vote, that there has been, and is, a damnable Plot carried on by Popish Recusants, to assassinate the King, subvert the Government, and destroy the Protestant Religion, to be communicated to Lords at a Conference, and they desired to join in providing Remedies; Committee to assign Reasons, 31. Report; Conference desired, agreed to, Managers appointed, Conference held, and reported; another Conference, desired by Lords, agreed to, Managers appointed, Conference held, and reported; Lords Concurrence to Vote signified; Committee on Coleman's Papers to examine his Clerk touching a Book of Letters taken away when his Papers were seized, and touching Letters sent to him by Post; Postmaster and Clerks to attend them, 1 Nov. Clerk of Council to attend with Mr. Harcourt's Papers, and all others relating to Plot; Two of his Letters presented, read, and re-delivered; Speaker, and others, to examine Coleman, 2. Report; more of his Papers read, 4. Two of St. Germain's Letters to him to be delivered to Chairman, to be translated, and decyphered; Committee to examine concerning a Trunk and Pacquet left with Mr. Chamberlayne; Persons concerned to attend them; another Committee to examine him about the Disposal of Money received from the French Ambassador, 6. Report of Examination signed by him; Coleman's Letters, written with Lemon or Vinegar, to be transcribed; those in French, or undecyphered, to be translated, and decyphered, 7. Mr. Bedloe to attend, 9. 14. 18. 26. & 28 Nov. His Information in Writing read, sealed up, and delivered to Clerk, 10. Copy thereof to be delivered to him, 12. Sealed up, and delivered to Clerk for that Purpose, 13. Presents further Information in Writing, 18. A Committee to examine Mr. Atkins in Newgate, 12. Report of several of Coleman's Letters transcribed, and translated; some of them read, 15. Chairman to deliver every Bag by itself to Three of the Committee; they to open and peruse them, and make Report, 16. Coleman's Papers, already perused, to be re-delivered, 18. House informed, that Mr. Tray had given a Member some Intimation concerning the Plot; Tray, Fowle, and Godfrey, to attend, 20. Severally examined, and discharged from further Attendance, 25. Information given, that Mr. Bedloe has something of Moment to impart; Resolution thereupon, 27. Vide Address. Presents further Information in Writing; to make fair Copy thereof; Copy presented, owned, read, and sealed up; Information given concerning Ensign Douglas; Member to inquire after Informer; Information to be entered; Oates examined; Resolution thereupon, 28. Vide Address. Delivers Copies of Examinations taken at Council Board; Copies thereof to be delivered to him, 2 Dec. A Committee to examine Mr. Praunce in Newgate, and impart to Prisoners the Contents of the Proclamation relating to the Discovery of Plot, 23. Report, 26. Committee on Coleman's Papers revived; Order for their sitting, and inspecting Writings in Sir Charles Harbord's Hands; Committee on Langhorne revived, 28.

Plucknett. Vide Hamersmith.

Plympton Election, Petition, 22 Oct.

Popery, Remedies against it to be considered in Committee of whole House, 22 & 23 Nov. Considered, and Report of Heads for Bills, 22.
-, -Committee to prepare Bill to prevent Growth thereof, 22 Nov. Order for Reading, 2 & 4 Dec. Bill read, 5. Committed; Clause, relating to Universities, ordered, 10. Committee revived, 23 & 26. Order for their sitting, 23. For sitting de die in diem, 26.

Post-office, Master and Clerks to attend Committee, 1 Nov.

Powys, Earl of, impeached of Treason; Impeachment sent to Lords; Committee to prepare Articles; Oates and Bedloe's Informations to be delivered to them, 5 Dec.

Praunce, Mr. Vide Plot.

Privileges and Elections, Committee appointed, 21 Oct. Adjourned, 29 Oct. & 6 Dec.-Information given, that Mr. Mallett, a Member, was Prisoner in the Tower; Order for bringing him to House, with the Cause of his Commitment, 21 Oct.-Lord Scudamore's Servant arrested; Rogers, Howell, and Siddell, ordered into Custody, 31. Rogers and Siddell reprimanded, and discharged, on their Petition, 22 Nov. -Mr. Palmes's Complaint referred to the Committee; Proceedings at Law to be stayed; Blakestone, Deane, and others, to attend them; Notice of the Order to be given to Attorney, and all Parties concerned, 7 Nov.-Sir Philip Monckton's Servant arrested; Matter referred to Speaker, 20. His Report; Warrant to be issued for Servant's Discharge, 13 Dec.-House informed, that Sir Roger Bradshaw, a Member, is made Sheriff; a Committee to consider a way to supersede the Commission, 25 Nov. Revived, and Order for sitting, 26 Dec.-Sir Edmund Windham's Complaint referred to the Committee, 19.

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

PAPISTS, Ways to secure the King and Kingdom against Dangers from them, to be considered, 26 & 27 Apr. Considered, 27. Vide York.
-, -Committee to prepare Bill for banishing them Twenty Miles from London, 27 Apr.-Bill, from Lords, to same Purport, 3 May. Read, 7. Committed, 8. Lords put House in mind of Bill, 12. Bill reported, 19. Passed, with Amendments, 21.

Parkhurst, Mr. Petition, 22 May. Vide Privileges, infra.

Parliament prorogued, 27 May.

Pepys, Mr. and Sir Anthony Deane, ordered into Custody; Committee to prepare Heads of Matters relating to them; Serjeant to attend with Mr. Pepys at Admiralty next Day, 20 May. Committee impowered to examine Matter of Fact, 21. Report; a Letter from Sir Anthony owned; both committed to the Tower, and to be prosecuted; Member to acquaint Attorney-general with the Evidence, 22.

Petition to lie on Table till owned, 27 Mar. Owned, 28.- Rejected, 8 Apr. & 24 May.-Withdrawn, 24 May.

Petre, Lord. Vide Powys, Earl of, infra.

Pickering, Mr. Vide Address.

Plot, Dr. Tongue and Mr. Oates give Information concerning it; Oates to produce his Witnesses, and transmit Copy of his Information to House; Mr. Bedloe delivers his in Writing to Clerk; Mr. Everard to present his in Writing, 21 Mar. Vote that there now is, and has been, for several Years, a treasonable Plot carried on by Papists, for murdering the King, subverting the Protestant Religion, and ancient Government of the Kingdom; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 24. Signified, 25.

Plymouth, new Writ, 19 Mar.

Poor, Committee to prepare Bill for regulating them, and punishing Rogues and Vagabonds, 30 Apr.

Popery, Committee to prepare Bill to secure King and Kingdom against Danger there from, 22 Mar. Report; Bill read, 3 Apr. Committed, 16. Committee revived, and Order for sitting de die in diem; Care thereof recommended to one Member, 5 May. Committees added, 7 & 8.

Portsmouth Election, Petition, 19 Mar.

Post-office, Committee to inquire into Abuses therein, and prepare Bill to prevent them, 10 May. Committees added, 16.

Powle. Vide Privileges, infra.

Powys, Earl of, Lord Viscount Stafford, Lord Arundel of Wardour, Lord Bellasis, and Lord Petre, a Committee of Secrecy to take Informations, prepare Evidence, and draw up Articles against them, 20 Mar. Articles reported, and to be ingrossed, 3 Apr. Mr. Clare to attend Committee from time to time, 4. Articles read, and sent to Lords, 7. Committee added, 8. Committee have Leave to sit from time to time sitting the House, 15. Answers, except Lord Bellasis's, sent from Lords; Debate concerning him adjourned; a Committee to inspect Lords Journals touching their Appearance and Arraignment, 16. Report, 17. Committee of Secrecy to look into Answers, and consider Methods of proceeding to Tryals on Impeachments; Answers to be delivered to them, 17. Report to be considered, 23. Considered; Conference, desired with Lords thereupon, agreed to, Managers appointed, and charged with other Matters relating to the Five Lords; Conference held, and reported, 24. Lord Bellasis's Answer, and Lord Danby's Plea, sent from Lords, 25. Message, acquainting House the other Four had retracted their Pleas, and put in Answers; Answers severally read, and referred, 26. To be returned, 28. Returned; Member reports Question asked by Lord Chancellor, and his Answer, 29. House informed, Committee are ready to make good Impeachments; Message to Lords acquainting them therewith; same Committee to manage the Evidence; Committees added, 6 May. Message from Lords, acquainting House they had fixed a Day for Tryals, and addressed King to appoint a Lord High Steward; a Committee to search Journals for Precedents in relation to the Message, 7. Report; another Committee to prepare Heads for a Conference thereupon; Report; Conference desired, and agreed to; Managers appointed, 8. Another Conference, desired by Lords, agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, and reported; Committee to search Lords Journals for Entries of Proceedings relating to the Tryals; Report; Resolutions, and Order thereupon; another Conference to be desired with Lords; Committee to assign Reasons, 9. Report; Managers appointed, 10. Free Conference, desired by Lords, agreed to, Managers appointed; free Conference held, and reported; another free Conference, desired with Lords, agreed to, Managers appointed; free Conference held, and reported; Message from Lords, acquainting House they had appointed a Committee to join with Committee of House, to consider Propositions, and Circumstances relating to the Tryals; Committee appointed to join them; Order for sitting, 11. Their Report; Instruction to insist, that Lords Spiritual ought not to have any Vote in Proceedings upon Impeachments, 15. Further Report; Debate, and Resolution thereupon, 17. Committees to inspect Journals of both Houses for Proceedings relating to Impeachments; Message from Lords, appointing another Day for Tryals, to be considered, 22. Proceedings reported; Report of Proposals from Lords, 23. Committee to give no Answer till Proposals of House adjusted; a Committee to prepare Answer to last Message; another Committee to inspect Lords Journals for Votes of Yesterday, concerning Committee of both Houses; further Report from Committee joined with Committee of Lords, 24. Instruction to them to acquaint Lords, they cannot give any Answer till those Matters are adjusted; Answer of Lords Committees reported; Report of Answer to last Message, 26.

Preston, new Writ, 2 Apr.

Privileges and Elections, Committee appointed, 18 Mar. Instruction to examine all undue Practices in Elections, 19. Order for sitting, 29 Mar. & 1 Apr. To receive Petitions one Day only, 29 Mar. Committee added, 8 Apr. Hearings suspended, 14. Chairman to make special Report of Miscarriages, as well in Elections already examined, as in those to be examined, 17 May.-Edwyn and Hills to attend, and give Account of Two Pamphlets published by them, 21 Mar. Hills examined; a Committee to consider of the Pamphlets, 22. Revived, and Order for sitting; Committees added, 26 Mar. & 15 Apr. Speaker to deliver Originals to them; Dr. Nalson ordered into Custody, 26 Mar. Report touching him, and Order for his Discharge, 1 May. Reprimanded, and discharged, 2.-Information given of a scandalous Pamphlet, called Sir Francis Winnington's Speech; Copy presented; a Committee to inquire into Authors and Publishers thereof, and of others of the like Nature, 1 Apr. Another Pamphlet referred, 25.-Mr. Lucy's Complaint referred to the Committee, 2.- Blyth, a Constable, ordered into Custody for refusing to assist Serjeant, 7. Reprimanded, and discharged, on his Petition, 8.-Sir Scroop Howe's Servant arrested; Powle and Sommers ordered into Custody, 15. House informed of their Submission; Order for their Discharge, 26.-Dr. Hildyard ordered into Custody for not obeying a Summons, 21. His Petition, and Order for his Discharge, and future Attendance, 21 May. Information given of a scandalous Pamphlet, intituled, "Lord Cavendish's Speech;" a Committee to inquire into Authors and Publishers, 25 Apr.-Williams ordered into Custody, for contemptuous Words against an Order of House, 1 May.- Mr. Beck with and Wilson ordered into Custody, for contemptuous Words against the Parliament, 6. Their Petitions, with Certificate annexed; Order for their Discharge, 22.-Sir Wm. Blackett's Complaint referred to a Committee; Petition against Mr. Wharton, a Member, presented, and referred, 22.-Lord Morpeth's Complaint; Tallantire ordered into Custody; Proceedings at Law to be stayed; Attorney to have Notice, 23.

Prosperous, Ship, Petition of Owners referred to Committee, 5 May.

Protections, and written Certificates, declared void, and to be called in; none to be granted for the future, on Pain of Censure; Privilege allowed to menial Servants; Order to be set up in public Places, 30 Apr.

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

PAGET. Vide Privileges.

Palmer, Wm. Petition referred to Committee of Privileges and Elections, 25 Oct.
-, - Henry, Petition, 17 Dec. Vide Judges.

Papists, Bill, from Lords, for sending them from London, King's Palaces, and Places adjacent, &c. 10 Nov. Read, 12.
-, - Committee to prepare Bill for banishing them Twenty Miles from London, and restraining them from having or wearing Arms, 13 Dec. Bill read, 16.
-, - Committee to prepare Bill for banishing them out of King's Dominions, 15 Dec. Bill, and Lists of Papists, to be presented, 20. Bill read, 23. Committed, 24.

Parliament prorogued, 17 Oct. 26 Jan. 15 Apr. 17 May, 1 & 22 July, 23 Aug. & 10 Jan.

Parliaments, Committee to prepare Bill to secure the Meeting and Sitting of them, 17 Dec.

Partrich, Edward, Petition referred to Committee of Privileges and Elections, 26 Oct.

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

Pedlars, Scotch, Bill to prevent their coming into England, ordered, 20 Dec.

Peers, Bill, from Lords, to regulate Tryals of them, read, 3 Nov. Committed, 15. Committees added, 9 Dec. Bill to be reported, 14. Reported; a Committee to prepare Clause for Repeal of Laws de Scandalis Magnatum; Clause reported; Bill passed, with Amendments, 16. Amendments disagreed to by Lords, and to be considered, 20.

Petition avowed, 27 Oct.-To be read in a full House, 1 Dec.

Peyton, Sir Robert, a Member, Committee to examine Information against him, 26 Oct. Committees added, 15 Nov. Report to be made, 10 & 11 Dec. Sir Robert to attend, 10. Report; Mansell examined; Sir Robert heard; withdraws; Order for receiving Sentence of Expulsion on his Knees; absents himself; Order for taking him in Custody, 14. Receives Sentence; discharged from Confinement, 15.

Phillips, Sir Edward. Vide Privileges.

Pickering. Vide Privileges.

Plaitir. Vide Chisenhale.

Plantation Trade. Vide Tobacco.

Player, Sir Thomas. Vide Plot, infra.

Plot, Dangerfield examined concerning it; to present his Evidence in Writing, 26 Oct. Presents it, reads, and signs every Page; Papers to be sealed up, and lodged in Speaker's Hands; Lord Chief Justice to attend, with Bedloe's Evidence, 27 Oct. Dugdale to attend, 27 & 30 Oct. & 1 & 17. Praunce to attend, 27 Oct. & 1 Nov. Manner of receiving Lord Chief Justice; he informs House, Papers were transmitted to Lords; their Clerk delivers them, on Receipt; these, and another Paper relating thereto, read, 28. Signor Ferria delivers his Evidence; to present it in Writing; Dugdale delivers Part of his; to present it in Writing, and deliver the rest; Vote, that House will fully examine the Plot; a Committee to inspect Journals for Proceedings of the Two last Parliaments relating thereto, 30. Vide Address. Proceedings reported; Report to be perfected, and entered in Journals; same Committee to inspect Lords Journals of Two last Parliaments for same Purpose; Ferria and Dugdale present their Informations in Writing; Praunce gives Evidence; to present it in Writing; Mr. Treby to give Information of Matters reported last Parliament, 1 Nov. Gives Information; Resolutions thereupon. Vide York. Extract from Lords Journals reported, to be perfected, and presented in Writing, with Abstract of Journals of House, 2. Papers relating to Bedloe's Evidence, to be sealed up, and lodged in Speaker's Hands, 3. Mr. Jenison gives Evidence; to present it in Writing, 6 & 8. Presents it; Turbervile presents his in Writing; Order for entering them all in Journals, and printing them; a Committee to consider of Means for preserving them; Report of Abstracts to be made; Mr. Treby to present his Information in Writing, 9. Mrs. Bedloe's Papers to be delivered to Sir Thomas Player, 10. A Committee appointed to receive all Informations; Mr. Norris's presented, and referred, 13. Petition presented, and referred; Dugdale gives further Evidence, 15. Abstracts reported; Message to Lords, desiring all Papers and Informations may be communicated to House; their Answer; Mr. Lewis presents his Information in Writing; Order thereupon. Vide Address. Mr. Zeile's Request for Time to put his in Writing, assented to, 18. He presents it, 19. Mr. Treby acquaints House he had prepared Abstract; Order for printing it; Care thereof recommended to him, 20. Leave given him to print some of Coleman's Letters, to complete his Report; Matter touching Welsh, reported, 3 Dec. Vide Welsh. Report touching Norris's Complaint; Orders thereupon, 9. Vide Sherridan and Day. Mr. Blundell to attend; Speaker to give him Notice, 24.
-, - Gunpowder, Committee to inspect Laws concerning Anniversary, reading the Narrative thereof in Churches, 6 Nov.

Poor, Committee to inspect Laws relating to them, and prepare Bill to prevent their Increase, 4 Nov.

Popery, and arbitrary Power, Ways to secure the Kingdom against them, to be considered in Committee of whole House, 13. 15, & 16 Dec. Members to bring in Lists of Papists, and reputed Papists, 13. Considered, and Report of Resolutions, 15 & 17.
-, - Vote, that House will proceed effectually to suppress it, and prevent a Popish Successor, 26 Oct.

Post-office, Committee to prepare Bill for regulating it, 9 Dec. Committees added, 3 & 8 Jan.

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

Powys, Earl of, Lord Viscount Stafford, Lord Arundel of Wardour, Lord Petre, and Lord Beilasis, Committee to inspect Journals of Two last Parliaments touching their Impeachment, and prepare Evidence against them, 30 Oct. Report to be made, 9 Nov. Vote to proceed in Prosecution; Committee to sit de die in diem, 10. Committees added, 10. 12. & 27 Nov. & 3 Dec. Abstracts reported; Message to Lords relating to their Confinement, and Answer, 12. Vide Address. Another Message, desiring a Committee may be joined with a Committee of House, to adjust the Method concerning their Tryals, 25. Messenger dismissed without Answer, 26. Answer sent; Committee appointed, 27. Reports; Party ordered into Custody for refusing to attend them, 29. Committee to look into Evidence against Four Popish Lords, 30 Dec.

Praunce to attend. Vide Plot.

Price, John, Petition against cane-bottomed Chairs; Question for referring it to Committee on Woollen Manufacture, Neg. 27 Nov.
-, - Roger, Bill to supply a defective Conveyance made by him, read, 18 Dec. Committed; Instruction, 5 Jan.

Priests, Popish, convict, Committee to inquire what Number are in Gaols, and examine their Circumstances, 8 Jan.

Prisoner to be brought by Sheriff to Bar, 13 Nov.

Privileges and Elections, Committee appointed, 25 Oct.-Harnage ordered into Custody for Misdemeanors against a Witness, 1 Nov. To be brought to Bar; Signor Ferria to attend, 2. Ferria justifies his Charge; Harnage to be continued in Custody during Pleasure, 3. Discharged on his Petition, 11 -Mr. Colt's Complaint; Herring and Bubb ordered into Custody, 3 Nov. Bubb discharged on his Petition; Herring, if he does not surrender by Time limited, to be proceeded against by Bill, 14 Dec.-Sir Thomas Whitgrave, Elde, and Birch, ordered into Custody; Matter referred to a Committee, 3 Nov. Report concerning Elde, and Order for his Discharge, 20. Report concerning Birch; his Petition; Question for Reading it, Neg. 27. Read; Birch censured, and discharged; Sir Thomas Whitgrave censured, and discharged, on his Petition, 8 Dec.-Chitty, a Witness, arrested; Order for his Discharge; Matter referred to the Committee, 8 Nov. -Pagett ordered into Custody, 8.-Sir Edward Deering's Complaint; Janeway ordered into Custody, 9. His Petition and Order for bringing him to Bar, 12. Acquaints House who printed the Pamphlet; Yarington, Everingham, Bradwell, Lee, James, and Symonds, to attend, 13. Severally examined, and ordered into Custody; Debate, and Resolution thereupon; Dr. Tongue to attend; Janeway censured, and discharged; the rest ordered into Custody, 15. Censured, and discharged, on their Petition, 18.-Mr. Thompson ordered into Custody, 9 Nov. His Petition, 6 Dec. Read, and referred to a Committee, 8. Report to be read, 23. Read; Resolutions thereupon. Vide Thompson. Report and Resolutions to be printed, 24. Another Petition; Serjeant impowered to take Bail, 5 Jan.-Mr. Brett ordered into Custody, 18 Nov. Witness examined; Brett discharged, 29.-Information given, that a Peer had drank Confusion to all who voted for the Bill of Exclusion; Offley examined; Greenway and he to attend, 18 Nov. Greenway examined Matter referred to a Committee, 19.-Groome examined touching a Pamphlet; discharged, without paying Fees, 19.- Captain Castle ordered into Custody, for refusing to attend a Committee, 19. His Petition, 11 Dec. Read; Order for his Discharge, 13.-Sir Edward Philips, Coleman, Hutchinson, and Walrond, ordered into Custody, 19 Nov. Coleman's Name to be struck out of Order, and Stawell's inserted, 20. Hutchinson's Petition, and Order for bringing him to Bar, 3 Dec. Time for Stawell's Appearance prolonged, 4. Walrond's Petition; further Time given for his Appearance; Hutchinson censured, and discharged, on his Petition, 8.- Mr. Ayloffe's Complaint; Dandridge and Rawlins ordered into Custody, 20 Nov. Discharged on their Petitions, 2 & 3 Dec.-Sir Patience Ward's Complaint; Eyles ordered into Custody, 20 Nov.-Mr. Herbert ordered into Custody, 20. Censured, and discharged, on his Petition, 20 Dec. Sir Thomas Holt, and Mr. Staples, ordered into Custody, for obstructing petitioning for sitting of Parliament, 20 Nov. Sir Thomas censured, and discharged, on his Petition, 23.-Sir Richard Graham's Complaint; Bell ordered into Custody, 24. Censured, and discharged, on his Petition, 15 Dec.-Mr. Yeamans ordered into Custody, 24 Nov.-Jordan ordered into Custody, 24. Censured, and discharged, on his Petition, 8 Dec.-Aulnett ordered into Custody, 24 Nov. His Petition, 17 Dec. Read; Aulnett censured, and discharged, 20.- Person, to be named to Speaker, ordered into Custody, for refusing to attend a Committee, 29 Nov.-Mr. Roberts's Complaint; Hastings ordered into Custody, 2 Dec. Discharged on his Petition, 6.-Letter communicated by King, giving Account of treasonable Words spoken by Pickering; Thanks thereupon; Pickering to be brought to Bar, 2. Consideration adjourned; Members to have Notice what Time it will be resumed, 3. Another Letter communicated; both to be delivered to Attorney-general, in order to his Prosecution, 18.-Tyler ordered into Custody, 8. Discharged, without paying Fees, 14.-Bainspole ordered into Custody, 14.-Sir John Guise's Complaint; Cheafin ordered into Custody, 20. Discharged, 21.

Protestant Subjects. Vide Dissenters.

Protestants, alien, Committee to prepare Bill to naturalize them, and give them Leave to exercise their Trades in Corporations, 31 Dec.

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

PAPISTS, Bill for banishing them, by their Names, out of King's Dominions, ordered, 26 Mar.

Parliament meets at Oxford, 21 Mar.-Dissolved, 28.

Penryn Election, Petition, 24 Mar.

Portsmouth Election, Petition, 24 Mar.

Privileges and Elections, Committee appointed, 24 Mar.-Vote, that for any inferior Court to proceed against a Person impeached in Parliament, is a Breach of Privilege, 26

Protestant Subjects. Vide Dissenters.

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

PAPER, Petition for Bill to encourage the Manufacture thereof; Bill ordered, 22 June.

Parliament meets, 19 May.-Prorogued, 20 Nov. 10 Feb. 10 May. 22 Nov. 25 Feb. & 28 Apr.

Paul's, St. Bill for rebuilding it, ordered, 25 May. Read, 18 June. Committed; Clause for finishing Churches unfinished, ordered, 22. Bill and Clause reported, and to be ingrossed, 23. Passed, 25. Agreed to by Lords, 26.

Pedlars. Vide Hawkers.
-, - Scotch, Bill against them, ordered, 26 May. To be read, 5 June.

Pellesarii, Magdalen, Bill for naturalizing him, and others, read, 18 June. Parties take Oaths, 13. 16. & 19. Bill committed, 20. Committee revived, and Order for sitting, 22. Bill reported, and to be ingrossed, 23. Passed, 25. Agreed to by Lords, 26.

Perjury, Bill to supress it, ordered, 26 June.

Peterborough Election, Petition, 30 May.

Petition owned, 26 May.-Order that Suitors for Bill shall sign them, 26.-Dismissed, 20 June, & 19 Nov.- Withdrawn, 18 Nov.

Plympton Election, Petition, 3 June.

Powys House, Bill, from Lords, for rebuilding it, 20 June. Read, 22. Committed, 23. Reported, and passed, 24.

Preston new Writ, 2 June.

Price, Roger, Bill to supply defective Conveyance made by him, read, 26 May. Order for Second Reading, 19 Nov.

Printing-press, Committee to prepare Bill for Regulation thereof, 5 June.

Privileges and Elections, Committee appointed, 22 May. Adjourned, 10 June. Order for sitting to be affixed in Lobby, 16 Nov.

Protestants, foreign, Bill to enable them to exercise their Trades in certain Places, presented, 6 June. Read, 13.
-, - Petition for Bill to naturalize them, Committee to prepare it, 16 June. Bill to be read, 22. Read, 29. Committed; Committee to prepare Clause for using Liturgy of the Church of England, and prohibit their going to any other Congregation, 1 July. Revived, and Order for sitting, 19 Nov.

Putt, Sir Thomas. Vide Honiton.



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