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

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

SALISBURY. Vide Privileges.

Sands, Samuel, Petition, 24 Oct. Vide Bedford Level.

Sandwich, Earl of, Debate concerning him adjourned, 24 Apr.

Savile, Lady Frances, Bill, from Lords, for securing Portion to her, 30 Mar. Read, 18 Apr. Committed, 20. Committees added, 25. Order for Third Reading, 4 May. Bill passed, 5.

Scawen. Vide Privileges.

Scotland, Committee to consider a Way to balance the Trade therewith, 19 Oct. Revived, and Order for sitting, 4 Nov. Committees added, 4 & 8. Report; Debate thereon; Matter to be considered in Committee of whole House, 13. Considered, 27 Nov. & 6 Dec. Report; Bill for settling Freedom and Intercourse of Trade therewith, ordered, 6 Dec. Read, 14. Committed, 17. Reported, to be ingrossed, and passed, 18.

Selby Petition, 18 Feb. Vide London.

Selfe. Vide Privileges.

Serjeant to summon Parties, 18 Nov.-to leave Notice at their Houses, 20.-His Petition, 25.-To give Notice of an Order, 12 Feb.-impowered to take Bail, 4 May.-His Offence for Neglect of Duty remitted, on his Submission; but charged to execute it for the future, 4.

Severn, Committee to consider Proposals for making a River navigable from thence to London; Instruction, 22 Oct.

Sewell, Mr. Bill concerning him to be read, 2 Mar.

Seymour. Vide Privileges.

Shaftesbury new Writ, 10 Oct.

Shelley. Vide Privileges.

Sheriffs to see Writs of Dedimus Potestatem for taking Oaths executed, 15 Oct.-to give Members Notice to attend, 14 & 19 Dec. Ordered into Custody for Disobedience, 13 Feb.
-, - Committee to inquire of Lord Chief Justice what has been done for their Ease, 17.

Shoemakers. Vide Privileges.

Shoreham, new Writ, 10 Oct.

Silk-throwers Petition referred to Committee, 14 Dec. Report; Bill to regulate the Trade, ordered, 18. Bill and Petition committed, 9 Mar. Bill reported, and to be ingrossed, 9 Apr. Passed, 15.

Six Clerks Office. Vide Office.

Smith. Vide Ireland, and Privileges.

Soldiers, Information given that several are ready to be transported; Order thereupon, 24 Oct. Vide Address.

Southampton, Petition for Bill to unite Parishes, and raise Maintenance for Ministers therein; Bill ordered, 4 Mar. Read, 6. Order for Second Reading, 10. Committed, 11.

Spanish Merchants Petition to be considered, 20 Feb.

Speaker, with House and Maee, attends King at Whitehall, 15 Oct. 5 & 30 Mar.-To send to Parties to attend, 19 Oct.- To write Letters, with Order inclosed, to absent Members, touching Arrears due to indigent Officers, 19 Dec.-To write Letters, with Order inclosed, to Sheriffs, for absent Members Attendance, 19.-To forbear signing Warrant for an Election till future Day, 29 Feb.-Thanks Commissioners of publick Accounts for their Proceedings, 14 Mar.-To summon Parties complained of, 28.-To issue Warrant for taking into Custody Person to be named to him, 10 Apr.-Tenders Report from Commissioners of publick Accounts, 11.-To be attended with Mace during Adjournment, 7 May.

Speech, Freedom of. Vide Privileges.

Spragg, Sir Edward, to attend, 19 & 21 Oct.

Staining, Petition from, 22 Nov. Vide Hilton.

Stanley, Sir Charles, Bill, from Lords, to make Leases for Payment of Debts and Portions, 3 Dec. Read; Lady Lincoln to deliver Writings to Lord Hollis before Second Reading, 16 Mar. Bill committed, 29 Apr. To be reported, 4 May. Reported, and passed, 5.

St. Hill. Vide America.

Stippon. Vide Privileges.

Stonehouse, Sir James, Petition of his Children referred to Committee, 3 Dec. Matter to be heard at Bar, 11. 15. & 22 Feb. 2. 7. 9, 10. & 30 Mar. Witnesses to be summoned; Mr. Marsh to produce Papers, 21 Feb. Matter heard, 2 Mar. & 2 Apr. Questions, that Mr. Lenthall's and Lady Stonehouse's Evidence be admitted, and that Duchess of Albemarle's Evidence in Writing be read, severally Neg. Members with one Counsel of each Side, to receive Duchess's Testimony, 2 Mar. Order for Hearing to stand, 1 Apr. Petition dismissed, Committee to prepare Bill for their Relief, 2 Apr. Bill read, 6. Committed, 7.

Stowell, Sir John. Vide Privileges.

Stringer, Stephen, and others, Petition, 12 Feb. Vide Trade.

Styles. Vide Privileges.

Sunday, Bill for Observation thereof, read, 16 Oct. Committed, 29.

Subsidy and Aulnage, Bill, from Lords, for ascertaining Duties thereof, 15 Apr. Order for Reading, 17. Question for it, Neg. 18.

Supply: Motion for it to be considered in Committee of whole House, 19. 21. 24. 26, & 27 Feb. & 6 Mar. Considered, 21. 26, & 27 Feb. & 6 Mar. Report of Progress, 26 & 27 Feb. Report of Resolutions, that House be moved to appoint a Committee to inspect the Proceed of Poll Bill, and Eleven Months Assessment, and how expended; Committee appointed accordingly, 21 Feb. Vide infra.-That a Supply be granted, not to be raised by Land Tax, or home Excise, 6 Mar.
-, - Votes relating thereto, that, upon any Motion for Supply, the Consideration be adjourned, and referred to Committee of whole House, and their Opinion reported, before any Vote pass, 18 Feb.-That Supply be considered every Day at Ten o'Clock, 30 Mar.-That no private Business be proceeded in till that dispatched-that it be proceeded in at First Sitting, 13 Apr.
-, - Information given, that a Person could discover a Cheat on King, Committee to take his Evidence, with Promise of Reward, 26 Nov. To make further Inquiry, with Promise of Protection, 29, Revived, and Order for sitting, 14 Feb.
-, - Account of Crown Lands alienated since 25th March 1640, ordered, 12 Dec. Order extended to Ireland, 14 Days appointed for making Report of what is ready, 27 Feb. & 3 Mar. Committee to assist in perfecting the Remainder, 27 Feb. Revived, and Order for sitting de die in diem, 3 Mar. Committees added, 7.
-, - Duplicates of Counties wanting in Poll-money, presented, 9 Dec. Members to have Copies, and see them returned, 17.
-, - Committee to examine into Arrears due from Offices, 11 Feb.
-, - Committee to inspect the Proceed of Poll-bill, and Eleven Months Assessment, and how expended, 21 Feb. Report to be expedited, 24. Made, 26.
-, - Commissioners of publick Accounts to be desired by Members to expedite that Matter, 2 Mar. Attend; Manner of receiving them; present their Narrative; thanked, and desired to continue their Progress, 14. Members added, 30 Mar. & 2 Apr. Commissioners Report tendered by Speaker, and read; Consideration adjourned; Members to thank them, and desire further Report, 11. Further Report; former read Second time; Debate, and Orders thereupon, 14. Vide Penn. Members to inquire of them touching Sir George Carterett's Accounts, 23. Their Exceptions, with Abstract of Proceedings thereon, presented, 24.
-, - Petition of Merchants dealing in Brandy and strong Waters read; Debate thereon adjourned, 16 Apr.-Another Petition to be read, 4 May. Counsel to be heard at Bar, 4 & 6.

Ways and Means For raising the Supply to be considered in Committee of whole House, 27 Feb. 6. 7. 10, 11, 12, 13, 14. 16. & 17 Mar. 3 & 4 Apr. Reports to be made to them, 9 Mar. Report and Clause referred, 14 Mar. & 3 Apr. Considered, 29 Feb. 6. 9. 12, 13, 14. & 16 Mar. Report of Progress, 4 Apr. Report of Resolutions, viz. that House be moved to appoint a Committee, to consider what foreign Commodities will bear additional Duty; Committee appointed accordingly, 29 Feb. Vide infra-That House be moved to appoint a Committee, to consider of raising it by Tonage; Committee appointed accordingly, 6 Mar. Vide infra.-That an additional Duty be laid on some foreign Commodities at Customhouse, 9. Debate thereon to be assumed in full House, 9 & 10. Vide infra.-That Commissioners be appointed to assess Retailers of Wine and Brandy-for raising 100,000£. by an additional Duty on Wines and Brandy, 12.-That House be moved to appoint a Committee, to consider in what Time that Sum will be raised; Committee appointed accordingly, 13. Vide infra.-Relating to the Continuance of the Duty, Bill ordered thereupon, 14. Vide infra.-That House be moved to adjourn for an Hour, and then go into Committee again-that an additional Duty be laid on Wine at the Custom-house; Debate thereon adjourned, 16. Resumed; Resolutions thereupon, 17.
-, - Debate touching an Imposition on some foreign Commodities; Resolutions, that Committee on Ways and Means be free to consider of a Way for raising Money on Wines, 10 Mar.-That 100,000£ be raised on Wine and Brandy, 12. -That Poll-bill be brought in, where no Householder, not worth 20£. shall be taxed for himself or Children-that Deficiencies on Poll-bill be made up by Duties on Wines at the Custom-house, 18.-That it be not charged twice; Committee to prepare Clause accordingly, 2 Apr. Vide infra.
-, - a Committee to consider what foreign Commodities will bear additional Duty, and prepare Estimate thereof, 29 Feb. Committees added; Committee to have Leave to sit, notwithstanding Order to the contrary, 5 Mar. Report concerning Linen, Wines, Brandy, and Tobacco; Matter re-committed; Order for finishing Report, 6. For sitting of Committee, and expediting it, 7. Report to be made to Committee on Ways and Means, 9.
-, - a Committee to consider of a Way for raising the Supply by Duty on Tonage, 6 Mar. Order for sitting, and expediting Report, 7. Report to be made to Committee on Ways and Means, 9.
-, - Committee to consider in what Time 100,000£. may be raised, according to the Rates on Wines and Brandy, 13 Mar. Report referred to Committee on Ways and Means, 14.

Bills of Supply: Committee to consider Bill formerly depending, and prepare one for taking and examining publick Accounts, 15 Oct. Bill read, 26. Committed; Instruction to consider of a Clause for committing such as refuse to attend, and be examined, 29. Committees added, 4 Nov. and 9 Dec. Bill to be reported, 19 Nov. Reported; Report in Part considered, 21. Residue considered, 26 & 29 Nov. & 14 Dec. Resolutions, that a limited Sum be appointed for Officers; that a Blank be filled up, 29 Nov. Question that Members may be Commissioners, Neg. former Committee revived, and to present Names of proper Persons, 2 Dec. Names presented; Commissioners appointed; Question for naming one contrary to former Order, Neg. Quorum of Committee to be Five, 12. Bill to be ingrossed, 14. Read Third time; Committee to prepare ingrossed Proviso touching buying and selling Tickets, 17. Proviso agreed to; Bill passed, 18. Agreed to by Lords, 19.
-, - Bill for better Payment of Monies due to the Crown, ordered, 27 Feb. Presented, 13 Mar. Read, 17. Proviso added; Bill committed, 7 Apr. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 28. Passed, 4 May. Agreed to by Lords, 9.
-, - Bill for Imposition on Wines and Brandies, ordered, 14 Mar. Read, 28. Committed, 31 Mar. 3 & 9 Apr. Report of Resolutions relating to the Continuance of the Duty-to the Appointment of Commissioners, 1 Apr. Report of Progress, 2. 9, 10. 15. 17, & 18. A Committee to prepare Clause to prevent Wine being twice charged, 2 Apr. Clause reported, and referred to Committee on Ways and Means, 3. Bill to be reported, 22 & 23. Reported, and in Part considered, 25. Further Consideration adjourned, 25. 28 & 29. Resumed; a Committee to amend Clause touching charging Wines twice, and to prepare Clauses against Frauds and unnecessary Searches, and for making up Deficiencies at Customhouse, and for making Commissioners accountable to Commissioners of publick Accounts, and false Swearing Perjury, 27. Clauses reported; Sum augmented; same Committee to prepare penal Clause for false Entries and Concealments, with Reward to Informers; Clause reported; another Committee to prepare Clause for keeping and appropriating the Money, 29. Clause reported; Proviso for Allowance to Treasurer of the Navy agreed to; Bill to be ingrossed, 1 May. Passed, 2. Agreed to by Lords, 6.
-, - Poll-bill ordered, 18 Mar. Heads considered in Committee of whole House; Report, 26 & 30.
-, - Symonds, House informed he had transported Lord Clarendon; ordered into Custody, 12 Dec. Report that he is not to be found; Order thereupon, 13.

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

SANDFORD, Dr. Vide Paul's, St.

Sarum, Old, new Writ, 19 Oct. Election, Petition, 3 Nov. Report, 17.

Serjeant to leave a Servant with Person ordered into Custody, if incapable of coming, 25 Nov.

Servants. Vide Poor.

Skelton, Bevill, Bill for naturalizing him, and others, read, 10 Nov. Parties take Oaths, 25 & 30 Oct. 18, 19. 22. & 26 Nov. 2, 3. 6, 7, 8. & 10 Dec. Order for Second Reading, 13 Nov. Bill committed, 17. Names to be inserted, 26. Committees added, 2 Dec. Bill reported, and to be ingrossed, 9.

Soames. Vide Privileges.

Somerset, new Writ, 19 Oct.

Spalden, Petition from, 8 Dec. Vide Supply.

Speaker, with House and Mace, attends King at Whitehall, 6 Nov.-To issue Warrant for Discharge of Member's Servant arrested, 9.-To examine a Breach of Privilege, 1 Dec.- Attends King by private Command, and delivers a Message from him, 11.

Stone. Vide Privileges.

Supply: Motion for it to be considered in Committee of whole House, 3. 9. 13. 19. & 26 Nov. Considered, 9. 19. & 26. Report of Grant; but not to be raised by Land Tax, or home Excise, 26.
-, - Members sent to Commissioners of publick Accounts to report their Proceedings, 21 Oct. Their Answer, 22. Commissioners called in; Lord Brereton presents Report; Purport of his Speech; Report to be considered, 26. Commissioners to attend, 26 Oct. 8. 10. 12, 13. 17, 18. 20. 22, 23, 24, 25 & 29 Nov. 6. 9. & 11 Dec. Called in, and desired to transmit attested Copies of Answers from several Accomptants, and an Account of Monies received and disbursed for the War, with Balance thereupon, 30 Oct. Severally presented, 3 Nov. Paper, and Act relating thereto, read, 8. Consideration adjourned, 4. 8. 10, 11, 12, 13. 17, 18. 22, 23, 24, 25. & 29 Nov. 3. 8. & 11 Dec. Resumed, 6. 8. 11, 12, 13. & 20 Nov. 3 & 11 Dec. Residue of Answers and Papers read, 8 Nov. Commissioners examined, 12. 17. 23, & 24 Nov. Auditors to attend; Sir George Carterett's Accounts, delivered last Session, to be inquired after, and brought in; Persons necessary for clearing them to attend from time to time, 10. Commissioners first Observation, and Sir George's Leidger of 1664, with other Papers relating thereto, read; Commissioners declare the Reasons of their Observation; Question, that Counsel be heard as to Matter of Fact, Neg. 11. Previous Question, that Commissioners be called in, Affirmative; they give Reasons of their Observations, and why they style them so, 12. Copies of Two Warrants received by them from Sir George, with their Observations thereupon, presented; Sir George heard; withdraws; Vote, that he is guilty of a Misdemeanor on first Observation, 17. Sir Wm. Lowther to deliver Books and Papers relating to publick Accounts to Commissioners, 18. Reasons of Second Observation read, and presented; Lord Brereton heard thereto; Sir George heard; withdraws; Vote, that he is guilty of Misdemeanor thereon, 20. Third, Fourth, and Fifth Observations, with Reasons, read; Commissioners heard thereupon; Consideration of Third postponed, 23. Sir George's Counsel heard on Fourth, Fifth, and Sixth Observations; Seventh, with Reasons, read; Sir George heard thereupon; withdraws; Commissioners heard on each respectively, 24. Eighth, Ninth, and Tenth Observations read; Commissioners, Sir George, and his Counsel, heard; Question, that he is guilty of Misdemeanor on Eighth, Neg. Vote, that he is guilty on the Ninth and Tenth, 3 Dec. Questions for proceeding in the Debate, and for suspending Sir George, severally Affirmative; Commissioners desired to expedite Residue of their Report, and make Returns into Exchequer with Speed, 10 Dec.

Ways and Means. For raising the Supply to be considered in Committee of whole House, 26 Nov. 2. 6. & 9 Dec. Considered; Report of Resolutions for raising it by an Imposition on Wines, and other foreign Liquors, and French Linens, 2.-To be paid at Custom-house, 6. The Rate, 9.

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

SALOP new Writ, 14 Feb. Salt. Vide Corn.

Sams, John, Bill for settling charitable Uses intended by him, to be read, 23 Jan: 1670. Read, 25. Order for Second Reading, 3 Feb. Committed, and recommended to Care of one Member, 6. Committee revived, and Order for sitting, 16. Bill reported, and to be ingrossed, 14 Mar. Order for Third Reading, 20. Passed, 27. Agreed to by Lords, 13 Apr.

Sandys, Sir Thomas. Vide Maiming.

Santley. Vide Privileges.

Saviour's St. Southwark, Petition to be read, 16 Dec. 1670. Read, and referred to Committee on Paris Gardens Bill, 21 Jan. Vide Paris Gardens.

Savoy, Petition from, 6 Apr. 1671. Vide London.

Scarlett. Vide Privileges.

Scarborough. Vide Privileges.

Scotland, Union therewith to be considered, 18 Feb. 1669. Considered; Debate thereon adjourned, 23 Feb. 2 & 9 Mar. Vote from Lords relating thereto, 4 Mar. Question for resuming Debate, Neg. 9. Resumed; Lords Vote agreed to, 10.- Bill, from Lords, relating thereto, 28. Read, 29. Committed; Instruction to compare Bill with Vote of House, and look into former Acts relating to this Matter, 30. Bill reported; Debate thereon adjourned; a Committee to prepare Proviso, 7 Apr. Proviso reported; Bill passed, 8. Proviso agreed to by Lords, 9.

Scott. Vide Privileges.

Seaford new Writ, 14 Feb. 1669. Election, Petitions, 26 Mar. & 3 Nov. Questions, that Report be now heard; that it be heard To-morrow; severally Neg. 19 Dec. Days appointed for hearing it, 19 Dec. 13 & 23 Jan. Petition on behalf of Town to be read, 3 Feb. Report to be made, 3 & 6. Made; Right of Election determined-new Writ, 10. Election, Petition, 9 Mar. Order for hearing, 11 & 17. Report to be made, 31. Made, 3 Apr.

Seamen. Vide Stores, infra.

Securities. Vide Registry.

Serjeant to bring Member to Bar, to receive Sentence of Suspension on his Knees, 8 Apr. 1670.-To see an Order executed, 12 Nov.-To give Member Notice when he is to be heard at Bar, 14.

Serges, Bill to regulate making them, read, 12 Nov. 1670. Order for Second Reading, 18. Committed, 19. Committees added, 22. Committee joined to Committee on Cloth, 3 Dec. Revived; Order for sitting, and proceeding, 29 Mar. Bill reported, and to be ingrossed, 3 Apr. Read Third time; Question for passing, Neg. 8.

Servants. Vide Poor.
-, - Bill to prevent Frauds committed by them, read, 7 Nov. 1670. Committed, 10. Committee revived, and Order for sitting, 12. Bill reported, and to be ingrossed, 18. Passed, 6 Dec.

Seymour, Mr. Vide Privileges.

Shadwell, Bill for endowing a Church, and making it parochial, ordered, 17 Feb. 1669. Read, 18. Committed, 21. Committees added, 25 Feb. & 2 Mar. Bill reported, and to be ingrossed, and passed, 17. Returned from Lords, with a Proviso, 4 Apr. Proviso agreed to, 5.

Sheriffs to communicate a Vote to Members, 20 Dec. 1670.- To assist Serjeant in executing a Warrant, 24 Jan.

Shewell. Vide Privileges.

Shipping, Bill for encouraging an English Manufacture for Preservation thereof, read, 7 Nov. 1670. Committed; Instruction, 10. Bill to be reported, 24. Reported, and re-committed; Committee revived, and Order for sitting, 25. Committees added, 26. Committee have Leave to sit, 28. Bill reported, and to be ingrossed, 14 Dec. Passed, 20. Returned from Lords, with Amendments, 16 Feb. Amendments agreed to, 25.

Shrewsbury, Earl of, and John Talbot, Bill, from Lords, to sell Lands, 6 Feb. 1670. Read, 7. Order for Second Reading, 8. Committed, 9. Reported, and re-committed, 13. Reported from Re-commitment, 14. Passed, with Amendments, 15. Amendments agreed to by Lords, 16.

Smith, Sir Wm. Committee on Bill in his behalf, revived, and Order for sitting; Committees added, 22 Nov. 1670. Lords Amendments considered, and amended, 26 Jan. Bill returned, 3 Feb. Amendments agreed to by them, 13.

Southampton, Lady. Vide Strode, infra.

Spalding, Petition from, tendered, 21 Feb. 1669. Read, 25. Vide Fees.

Speaker, with House and Mace, attends King at Whitehall, 22 Feb. 11 Mar. 10 Dec. & 22 Apr.-upon presenting Wine Bill, to desire Recompence for Duke of York, 14 Mar.-to distribute Bounty to Under-officers of House, 30-to sign ingrossed Tables of Fees for Out-ports-reports King's Pleasure touching Adjournment, 11 Apr.

Squibb. Vide Privileges.

Stafford, Lord Viscount, and Lady, Bill, from Lords, to confirm Agreements between them and their customary Tenants, 2 Dec. 1670. Read, 8. Committed, 12. Reported, and passed, with Amendments, 25 Jan. Amendments agreed to by Lords, 6 Feb.
-, - Hugh, Bill for establishing Lands on him, read; Question for Second Reading, Neg. 14 Dec. 1670.

Stage Coaches, Motion for limiting and regulating them to be considered, 23 Jan. 1670.

Stanley. Vide Privileges.

Statutes. Vide Coals.

Stepney, Petition from, 31 Jan. 1670. Vide Giles's, St.

Stevens. Vide Privileges.

St. John, Lord. Vide Privileges.

Stockman, Bill for naturalizing him, and others, read, 10 Mar. 1669. Parties take Oaths, 18. 25, & 26 Feb. 1, 2, 3. 5. 10, 11. 16, & 17 Mar. Committed, 14. Committees added, 15. Bill reported, and to be ingrossed, 16. Passed, 17. Returned from Lords, with Amendments, 28. Amendments agreed to, with an Addition, 29. Conference, desired by Lords thereupon, agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, and reported; House does not insist upon Addition, 30.

Stokes. Vide Privileges.

Stone. Vide Privileges.

Stores, naval, Bill, from Lords, for preserving them, and preventing Disturbances of Seamen, and others, 18 Mar. 1669. Read, 27 Mar. 1671. Committed, 14 Apr. To be reported, 18. Reported, and re-committed: Committee revived, and Order for sitting; Committees added, 19. Additional Amendments read; Bill passed; Amendments agreed to by Lords, 22.

Strangford, Lord Viscount, Bill, from Lords, to sell Lands for Payment of Debts, 15 Mar. 1669. Read, 17. Committed, 19. Reported, 23. Passed, with Amendments, 29. Amendments agreed to by Lords, 30.

Strickland, Sir Thomas, Bill tendered by him, to be read, 24 Nov. 1670.

Strode, Colonel. Vide Privileges.
-, - Margaret, Bill from Lords, to dispose of Lands belonging to her Co-heirs, 12 Mar. 1669. Read, 17. Committed, 22. Committees added, 23 Mar. 9 Apr. & 24 May. Counsel to be heard at Bar, 2 Apr. Bill reported, and re-committed; Preamble postponed; Committee revived, and Order for sitting, 5. Bill reported from Re-commitment; Preamble to be ingrossed, 6. Bill passed, with Amendments, 8. Amendments agreed to by Lords, 9.

Stuffs, Kidderminster, Bill to regulate making them, read, 11 Nov. 1670. Committed, 14. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 19. Passed, 21. Agreed to by Lords, 10 Dec.

Subjects. Vide Imprisonment.

Subsidies. Vide Supply, infra.

Summers. Vide Privileges.

Sunday, Committee to prepare Bill to prevent Profanation thereof, 6 Feb. 1670. Bill read, 27. Committed, 1 Mar. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 28. Passed, 12 Apr.

SUPPLY: Motion for it; another Motion for reading Order touching the Manner of granting it; Debate thereon; Questions, that Question for Supply be put before Order read; that Supply be granted; severally Affirmative, 17 Feb. 1669.- Further Grant, 27 Oct.
-, - Vote, that, in all Aids, the Rate ought not to be altered by Lords, 13 Apr. 1671.
-, - Commissioners of publick Accounts to attend, and communicate what new Matter they have, 14. 18. 21. & 26 Feb. 7 & 10 Mar. 1669. Their Report touching Imposition on Wines, and other imported Liquors; Debate thereon; their Report touching Prizes, to be considered, 21 Feb. Considered; further Report relating thereto, read, and debated; Proofs to be delivered; Members, Commissioners of Prizes, to clear Accounts with them, 26. Further Consideration adjourned, 7 & 12 Mar. List of Prize Ships uncleared, presented, and read; Report of Sir George Carterett's Accounts presented; Commissioners heard as to their Proofs; several Members answer thereto; Report touching Port of Dover adjourned, 10 Mar. Account of Debts due to Crown, ordered, 12. Presented, and referred to a Committee, 13. Matter fully heard, 17.
-, - House informed, that several Members are in Arrear of former Aid; Question for naming them, Affirmative; named accordingly; List ordered, 12 Dec. Presented, and referred to a Committee, 13. Committees added, 8 & 15 Feb. & 6 Mar. Committee revived, 15 Feb.

Ways and Means For raising the Supply to be considered in Committee of whole House, 17, 18 & 19 Feb. 31 Oct. 3, 4. 7. 10, 11, 12, 14, 15. 17, 18, 19. 22. & 29 Nov. 2 & 7 Dec. Estimate, and other Papers, referred, 4 & 25 Nov. 9. 14, & 15 Dec. Considered, 18 & 19 Feb. 3, 4. 7. 10, 11, 12. 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19. 22, 23. & 25. Nov. 1, 2, 3. 12. 14, 15, & 16 Dec. Report of Progress, 3, 4. 7. 10. 12. 14, 15. 17, 18, 19. & 22 Nov. 5 & 8 Dec. Resolutions to be reported, 25 Nov. & 6 Dec. Report to be expedited, 15 & 16 Dec. Resolutions of the Committee for raising the Supply by an Imposition on Wines, excluding Land Tax, and home Excise, 18 Feb. 1669.-Touching the Manner of Payment, and the Rate and Continuance thereof; Bill ordered thereupon, 19. Vide infra.-By an additional Excise on Beer and Ale; Bill ordered thereupon, 11 Nov.-By an additional Duty on Tobacco of English Plantations-by an Imposition on Salt- French Lockerums, Canvas, and Linen-German and all foreign Linens and Callicoes-foreign Fustians, Tape, Incle, and Thread-Brussels and Brabant Ticks-foreign wrought and thrown Silks-Sugars-Currants-Raisins-Figs and Prunes-Nutmegs-Cinnamon-Cloves and Mace-Drugs- foreign Paper-Glass and Glasses, Stone and Stone-ware, Earth and Earthen-ware-Copper in the Plate, or wrought-Latten -Stuffs of Wool or Hair, mixed with Silk, Hair, Thread, or Wool-foreign Iron-Soap-Mum-Raw Silks-foreign Cable-yarn, and Twine-French Hats, 26. Bill ordered thereupon, 28. Vide infra-By an Imposition on foreign Horses, Mares, and Geldings-Coaches and Chariots-wearing Apparel -Charters or Grants that pass the Great Seal, Privy Seal, or Seal of Exchequer-Presentations, Donations, and Collations- Deeds inrolled-Fines-Common Recoveries-original Writs, and Subpoenas, Latitats, and Bills of Middlesex, Capias's, and Quo Minus's, all Process and Mandates out of inferior Courts-Exemplifications-Copies of Pleadings, Orders, Depositions, and Proceedings-Citations, Excommunications, Libels, Answers thereto, Depositions, and Orders-Commissions-Probates of Wills-Administrations, Institutions and Collations-Licences-Registering of Wills-and Inventories, 6 Dec. Bill ordered thereupon, 7.-By Subsidies; Bill ordered thereupon, 17.
-, -Votes to proceed on Supply every Morning at 10 o'Clock, 25 Nov. 1670. At 9 o'Clock, 6 Mar.-To entertain no other Business on Days appointed for that Purpose, 29 Nov.- Previous Question for Land Tax, Affirmative; main Question, Neg. 1 Dec.-Days appointed for receiving Proposals, 5. Days added; no Proposals to be received afterwards, 10 & 12.-Question for proceeding every other Day, Neg. 20 Feb. -Vote, that, in all Aids, the Rate ought not to be altered by Lords, 13 Apr.
-, - Petitions concerning Brandy to be considered, 26 Feb. 1669. Considered; Resolution, that Debate be, whether foreign Brandy be admitted, or excluded; previous Question for excluding it, Affirmative; main Question, Neg. 1 Mar. Petitioners and Farmers to be heard, 1 & 9. Witnesses to attend, 3 & 11. Examined, 5 & 19. Debate adjourned, 5. 9, 11. 15. 18, & 19. Patent to be brought in, 9. Counterpart thereof, 11. Proposals for putting an End to Controversy; Debate thereon adjourned, 15. Patent, Counterpart, and other Papers, read; Counsel on all Sides heard, 19. Resolution, that Brandy ought to have paid 8 d. per Gallon; Bill ordered thereupon, 21. Vide infra.
-, - Particulars of foreign Commodities that may bear further Imposition, ordered, 31 Oct. 1670. Presented, and referred to Committee on Ways and Means, 4 Nov. Select Committee to inspect them, and prepare Estimate of what Monies may arise thereon, 26. Report, 28. List * * * presented, and referred; Committee revived, and Order for sitting, 8 Dec. Report referred to Committee on Ways and Means, 9.
-, - Committee to prepare Estimate of Impositions to be charged on several Law Proceedings, 5 Dec. 1670. Same Committee to consider on what Proceedings an Imposition may be laid in Admiralty Court, 7.
-, - Estimate of Commodities, charged towards the Supply, to be considered in Committee of whole House, 8 Dec. Report, 9.

Bills of Supply: Bill to tax Wines, ordered, 19 Feb. 1669. Read, 25. Committed, 28 Feb. 1, 2, 3, 4. 7, 8. & 11 Mar. Committee impowered to consider of Recompence to Duke of York, 28 Feb. Report of Progress, 28 Feb. 4. 7. & 11 Mar. Vinegar to be charged as French Wine, and paid by Importer, 3 Mar. Report of Resolutions, that Duty be paid by Importer -that no Drawback be allowed on Exportation, 7. Bill to be reported, 12. Reported; Time for Duty inlarged; Bill to be ingrossed, 14. Passed, 16.
-, -Bill to enable King to make Leases in the Duchy of Cornwall, to be read, 5 Mar. Read, 7.-Committee to prepare new Bill, and inquire after the Loss of former, 21. Bill Committed, 26. Reported; Proviso read; Debate thereon adjourned, 29. Recommended to Commissioners of Treasury to give Preference to antient Tenants, 30. Proviso added; Bill passed, 31. Returned from Lords, with Amendments; Amendments agreed to, 9 Apr.
-, - Committee to prepare Bill to prevent Importation of foreign Brandy, and give Recompence to the Crown; Instruction relating to Distillers Patent, 5 Mar. 1669. Bill recommended to Care of one Member, 15. To be-presented, 17. Read, 18. Order for Second Reading, 19. Committed, 21. Committees added, 28 Mar. & 2 Apr. Bill to be reported, 2 Apr. Reported, 4. Debate touching filling up Blanks, adjourned, 4. 6. & 8. Resumed; Petition read; Counsel heard; Resolutions for filling up Blanks, for Continuance of Duty, and extending it to Ireland; Committee to see Bill set right, 8. Bill passed, 9. House put Lords in mind of Bill, 18 Nov. Bill returned from Lords, with Amendments, 17 Mar. Amendments to be considered, 20. Considered; a Committee to peruse Bill and Amendments, and consider of a Method of Proceeding; Bill and Amendments laid aside, as imposing a Tax, 24.
-, -Bill for vesting the Manor of Newington Barrow in the Crown, to be read, 10 & 18 Mar. 1669.
-, - Committee to prepare Bill for additional Excise on Beer and Ale, 11 Nov. 1670. Order for sitting, and expediting Report, 17 Dec. Bill read, 17 Jan. Order for Second Reading, 18 Feb. Read; Debate thereon adjourned; 20. Resumed; Instruction, that Clauses relating to private Persons, and for limiting Price of Drink, be omitted, and Clause, concerning lending brewing Vessels, altered, 22. Bill committed, 22 & 23. Report of Progress, 23. Bill to be reported, 27. Reported; previous Question for an appropriating Clause, Affirmative; main Question, Neg. Bill to be ingrossed, 28. Passed, 1 Mar. Returned from Lords, with Amendments, and a Proviso; Proviso disagreed to; Committee to assign Reasons; Conference desired with Lords, and agreed to; Reasons reported; another Conference, desired by Lords, agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, and reported; Lords Amendments agreed to; Royal Assent, 6 Mar.
-, - Committee to prepare Bill for Imposition on foreign and other Commodities, and for encouraging several home-made Manufactures, 28 Nov. 1670. Another Committee to prepare enacting Clause for laying such Duty as may discourage Importation, 29. Order for sitting, and expediting Report, 16 Dec. Bill read, 4 Jan. Read Second time; Opening adjourned, 2 Mar. Opened; Debate thereon adjourned, 3. Committed, 3. 6, 7. 9, 10, 11. 13, 14, & 15. Debate resumed; Petition of Sugar Refiners, and Planters, read, and referred; Petitioners, or their Agents, to be heard; Instruction, that Duties be collected at Custom-house; Motion from Committee, for appointing a Select Committee to prepare Clause to supply those omitted; Committee appointed accordingly, 4. Report of Progress, 7. 9, 10, 11. & 13. Virginia Merchants to be heard by Committee, as to Rates to be laid on Tobacco of English Plantations, 7. All Committees adjourned during Proceedings on the Bill; Clause to prohibit Importation of several foreign Commodities, committed; Committee impowered to prepare Clause for Imposition on foreign Salt, 10. Clause to encourage Exportation of Corn, committed, 11. Bill for Exportation of Coal, committed; to be made Part of the Bill, or a Bill by itself, 13. A Committee to prepare Clause for putting Proof on the Party accused, 15. Bill to be reported, 16. Reported, and in Part considered, 17. Consideration resumed, 18, 20. & 23. Clause to prohibit Corn from Scotland, ordered, 18. Clause for Exportation of Coal, read; Petition of Farmers of Customs thereof, read; debated, and agreed to; Clauses, touching Exportation of Corn, and Importation of it from Scotland, agreed to; Bill to be ingrossed, 20. Order for Third Reading, 22. Read; Proviso to prevent Frauds in Customs; Clause of Recompence for Duty on Brandy imported, read; Debate thereon, adjourned, 23. Resumed; Clause read, Paragraph by Paragraph, and agreed to; Clause for better Discovery of Brandy imported, read, Paragraph by Paragraph, and agreed to; Clause for Exemption of private Persons distilling for their own Use, agreed to; Bill passed, 24. Conference desired by Lords thereupon, agreed to, 10 Apr. Managers appointed; Conference held, and reported; Debate thereon; Conference to be desired with Lords, 11. Desired, and agreed to; another Conference, desired by Lords, agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, and reported; Lords Amendments to be considered, 12. Considered, and disagreed to; Committee to assign Reasons, 13. Report; Conference to be desired; Managers appointed; Instruction to insist on Rates of Impositions, and that Impositions, made by the Commons, cannot be altered by Lords, 14. Conference held, and reported, 15. Another Conference, desired by Lords, agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, and reported; Managers to consider Reasons and Precedents, in Answer to Lords Reasons and Precedents; Order for sitting of Committee, and perfecting Report; another Committee to search Lords Journals for a particular Proviso, 20. Reasons and Precedents reported; Conference, desired with Lords, agreed to, held, and reported; Lords Reasons to be entered in Journals, 22.
-, -Bill of Subsidies ordered, and recommended to care of one Member, 17 Dec. 1670. To be read, 29. Read, 3 Jan. Committed, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21. 23. 26, 27. & 31 Jan, 1. 8. 10, & 11 Feb. Report of Progress, 16. 19, 20, 21. 23. & 27 Jan. & 1 Feb. Clause for doubly rating Members Defaulters, ordered, 8. Bill to be reported, 13. Reported, 14. Report to be considered, 14 & 15. Considered, 15 & 16. Proviso to excuse Ground unbuilt, and Houses untenanted, agreed to; Bill to be ingrossed; Provisoes for Persons to swear in their Discharge, and for taxing privileged Places, ordered, 16. Latter Proviso agreed to; Bill passed, 18. Returned from Lords, with Amendments and Provisoes; Consideration adjourned, 28. A Proviso disagreed to; Committee to assign Reasons; Conference to be desired, 1 Mar. Lords consent to leaving out Proviso, 3. Royal Assent, 6.
-, - Bill for Encouragement of the Fishery, tendered, 5 Jan. 1670. Read, and withdrawn, as deficient, and brought in without Leave-grand Committee on Trade to consider of an Imposition, receive Proposals, and prepare Bill, 17 Feb. Matter referred to select Committee, 4 Mar. Committee revived, and Order for sitting, 10. Committees added, 10 & 11. Committee impowered to receive Informations, 20. Report; Bill presented, 27. To be read, 28.
-, - Bill for Imposition on Law Proceedings, ordered, 5 Dec. 1670. A Committee to send to Officers at Law, and other Courts, for Account thereof, and consider what Impositions may be laid on them, 5. Instruction relating to Court of Admiralty; another Committee to prepare Bill, 7. Bill read, 21 Mar. Committed, 27, 28, 29, 30, & 31 Mar. 1. 3. & 6 Apr. Instruction to make Bill agreeable to Votes, and consider what Offices may bear Impositions, 27 Mar. Report of Progress, 29 & 31 Mar. 1. 3. & 6 Apr. Committee impowered to receive Information, 29. Another Committee to prepare Clause touching Collection of the Duty, 3 Apr. Committees added, 4. Same Committee to prepare Clause for making Accounts upon Oath, except as excepted; for regulating Fees; for King to appoint Commissioners; and to consider of Clause for taking off Duty in criminal Causes, 6. Bill reported, and to be ingrossed; Speaker, on Presentment, to intimate, that Time of Continuance and Duties were inlarged, in Contemplation of Prince of Orange's Debt, and to desire the Aids given may be applied towards Satisfaction of Debts, 7. Proviso for preventing vexatious Suits, agreed to; Bill passed, 10. Agreed to by Lords, 13.
-, - Bill to re-vest the Power of granting Wine Licences in the Crown, and settle a Recompence on Duke of York, read, 24 Jan. 1670. Committed, 26. Committee revived, and Order for sitting, 31. Bill reported, and to be ingrossed, 9 Feb. Passed, 11.
-, - Bill, from Lords, for vesting Fee-simple of certain Lands in Portsmouth in the Crown, 13 Apr. Read, 14. Read Second time, 19. Passed, 20.
-, - Resolutions of Committee on Ways and Means disagreed to; viz. relating to Persons holding Two Livings, 6 Dec.- to certain Warrants and Mandates, 7.-to Persons frequenting Playhouses, 19.

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

SALISBURY new Writ, 6 Feb.
-, - Earl of, Bill, from Lords, to lett Leases for a Term, read, 5 Mar. Committed, 8. Reported, and passed, with Amendments, 13. Amendments agreed to by Lords, 19.

Serjeant to take Footmen on the Stairs in Custody, 7 Feb.

Seymour, Edward, chosen Speaker, 18 Feb.

Shoreham new Writ, 6 Feb.

Sidley, Sir Charles. Vide Privileges.

Smith. Vide Privileges.

Speaker chosen; Purport of his Speech, 4 Feb.-Approved; his Speech on Presentment; makes usual Petitions, 5.-Being indisposed, comes late, 15.-His Letters to King and House, desiring Leave to retire; new Speaker chosen, and approved, 18.-With House and Mace, attends King at Whitehall, 19 & 27 Feb. 7 & 26 Mar.-To distribute Collection made for Officers of House, 24 Mar.-To thank King, for frequent Accesses, gracious Answers to Addresses, and Declaration of Care for the Protestant Religion, 26.-To issue Warrants for summoning Persons interested in Bills to attend Committee -gives casting Votes 29.

Stanton. Vide Privileges.

Strode, Sir Wm. Petition referred to Committee, 24 Feb. Committees added, 3 Mar.

Suffolk new Writ, 6 Feb. Sheriff to make Return, 1 Mar. Election, and double Return, Petitions, 1 & 4.

Sunday, Bill for better Observation thereof, ordered, 13 Mar. Read, 18.

SUPPLY, Motion for it considered in Committee of whole House; Report of Grant, 7 Feb.
-, - Vote to admit no new Motion before Recess, 27 Mar.

Bills of Supply: Bill for Eighteen Months Assessment, ordered, 7 Feb. Read, 13. Committed, 18. 21. 25. & 28 Feb. 4 & 8 Mar. Case of London recommended for Ease in their Proportion, 18 Feb. Clause for exporting Corn, committed, 21. Report of Progress, 21. 25. & 28 Feb. 4 & 8 Mar. Lists of Commissioners ordered, 4 Mar. Bill to be reported, 11. Reported, and in Part considered, 14. Residue considered; Bill to be ingrossed, 15. Debate touching reading Bill adjourned, 21. Bill passed, 26. Agreed to by Lords, 29.
-, - Bill to enable King to lett Leases in the Duchy of Cornwall, ordered, 5 Mar. Read, 11. Committed, 12. Reported, and to be ingrossed; Order for Third Reading in full House, 22. Passed, 24.

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

SPEAKER, previous Question, that be leave the Chair, and Speaker pro tempore be appointed, Neg.-to issue Warrants for new Writs, in room of Members dead or removed, where no Claim depending, 27 Oct.-To issue Warrant for Release of Member's Servant arrested, 31.-With House and Mace, attends King at Whitehall, 3 Nov.

Stilling fleet, Dr. desired to preach, 27 Oct.

Suffolk Election, Petition, 31 Oct.

Supply, King's Speech to be considered in Committee of whole House, 27 Oct. Considered, and Resolution, that House will not think of any Aid, till Times of Payment of Eighteen Months Assessment be expired, unless the Obstinacy of the Dutch make it necessary; nor before the Kingdom is effectually secured from the Dangers of Popery, and other Grievances redressed, 31.

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

SCOTLAND, Committee to inspect Laws lately made there, tending to Breach of the Union, 11 Feb. Report to be made, 23.

Severn. Vide Piscary.

Sheriffs, Bill for Ease of them, and Justices of Peace, read, 23 Jan. Committed, 26. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 19 Feb.

Simony, Bill to prevent it, ordered, 26 Jan.

Southwark, Bill for Court of Conscience, ordered, 20 Feb.

Speaker to issue Warrants for new Writs, in room of Members dead or removed, where no Claim depending, 7 Jan.-with House and Mace, attends King at Whitehall, 13.-to consider antient Orders of House, 21. Committee to assist him, 22.-Motion for him to send a Warrant to Surveyor to open a Passage from the Gallery to his Chamber; Debate thereon; Committee to search Precedents, 29. Report; Debate thereon; Speaker to send his Warrant, 31. Form thereof; Passage opened, 3 Feb.-With House and Mace, goes to Church, 30 Jan.-Upon presenting Address, to return Thanks for Speech, 5 Feb.-Upon presenting Address, to make a Petition, 10.

Stafford, Town, new Writ, 21 Jan.

Stilling fleet, Dr. thanked for his Sermon on 5 November, 15 Jan.

Strode, Sir Wm. Vide Drake.

Subjects. Vide Imprisonment, and Exactions.

Suffolk Election, and double Return, Petition, 7 Jan. Report to be made, 17 Feb. Made; Return to be amended, 19.
-, - Petition from, 14 Feb. Vide Aulnage.

Suits, vexatious, Bill to prevent them, read, 7 Jan. Committed, and recommended to Care of one Member, 21.-Committee revived, and Order for sitting, 6 Feb. Committees added, 16.

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

SALTER. Vide Privileges.

Schools. Vide Hospitals.

Serjeant. Vide Privileges.
-, -to keep Stairs clear, and take Offenders in Custody, 16 Apr.-sent, with Mace, to fetch Member from King's Bench Prison, 20.-to give Members Notice to attend, 18 May.- to give Account of his Deputy's Behaviour, and whether he took Bail by his Direction, 27.-authorized to take in Custody Persons attempting to arrest, imprison, or detain him from executing his Office, and to require all Persons to assist him; allowed Privilege, 4 June. Debate touching him adjourned, 4 & 7. Resumed; Resolution thereupon, 7.

Severn. Vide Piscary.

Sheriffs, and proper Officers, Letters to be sent to them relating to Defaulters, 26 May, & 2 June. Vide Speaker.

Shirley, Dr. Vide Privileges.

Somerset, Petition from, 30 Apr. Vide Aulnage.

Southampton County, new Writ, 13 Apr.

Southwark, Bill for Court of Conscience, ordered, 15 Apr. Presented, 30. Read, 3 May.

Speaker to issue Warrants for new Writs, in room of Members dead, or removed, and order Clerk of the Crown to take Care they are delivered to proper Officer, 13 Apr.-with House and Mace, attends King at Whitehall, 14. 21. 26. & 29 Apr. 7 May, & 5 June.-to send Letter to stop Proceedings at Law against Members Tenants, 20 Apr.-Care of reading Bill in full House, recommended to him, 7 May.-Gives casting Vote, 20.-to send Letters to Sheriffs, and proper Officers, for Places for which Defaulters serve; Committee to prepare Draught, 26. Report, 31. Order for sending them, 2 June. -to issue Warrants for committing Persons to the Tower, 1. 2. & 4 June. For apprehending Delinquents, 2 & 3.- Thanked for his Care for the Honour and Service of House, in issuing Warrants for executing Orders, 2. For causing Person formerly in Custody to be seized, 4.

Spry. Vide Privileges.

Stanhope. Vide Privileges.

Stanley. Vide Privileges.

Stonehouse, Sir John. Vide Privileges.

Stoughton, Sir Nicolas. Vide Privileges.

Subjects. Vide Exactions, Liberty, and Prisoners.

Suffolk, Petitions from, 15 & 30 Apr. Vide Aulnage.

Suits, unnecessary, and Delays, Committee to prepare Bill to prevent them, 16 Apr. Bill read, 23. Committed, 27. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 7 May. Passed, 15. Sent to Lords, 19.

SUPPLY, Bills of . Bill for Imposition on foreign Commodities, ordered, 27 Apr. Read, 29. Committed, 17 May.
-, - Committee to prepare Bill for appropriating Customs to the Use of Navy, 4 May. Bill tendered, 12. Read, 15. Order for Second Reading, 18. Committed, 19.

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

SANDFORD, Dr. desired to preach, 27 Oct. Thanked, 6 Nov.

Serjeant to convey Offenders to the Tower, 21 & 26 Oct.

Sheriff to attend for neglecting to return a Writ, 10 Nov. Vide Eye.

Ships. Vide Supply, infra.

Shirley, Dr. Vide Privileges.

Shoemakers Petition, 26 Oct. Vide Leather.

Simons. Vide Privileges.

Southwark, Tower Hamlets, and Out-parishes, Bill for Court of Conscience ordered, 21 Oct. To be presented, 23. To be read, 3 & 4 Nov.

Speaker to issue Warrants for new Writs, in room of Members dead, or removed, where no Claim depending, 13 Oct.-to issue Warrants for sending Persons to the Tower, 20 & 26. For discharging them, 22. For Release of Member's Servant arrested-to accommodate Differences between Members, 8 Nov.

Spencer, Mr. Vide Privileges.

Subjects. Vide Imprisonment, Exaction, France, and Liberty.

Suits, unnecessary, and Delays, Bill to prevent them, ordered, 26 Oct.

Sunday, Committee to prepare Bill for better Observation thereof, and to prevent Blasphemy, Cursing, and Swearing, 20 Oct.

SUPPLY, Motion for it, to take off Anticipations of the Revenue, and build Ships, to be considered in Committee of whole House, 18 Oct. Considered, and Report of Resolution, not to grant it for taking off Anticipations, 19.-Supply for building Ships to be considered in Committee of whole House, 19. 22. 26, & 27 Oct. 2, 3, & 4 Nov. Question for giving further Direction to Committee, Neg. 4. Considered, 22 Oct. 2, 3, 4, & 6 Nov. Report of Progress, 2, 3 & 4 Nov. Report of Resolutions for building Twenty Ships, 22 Oct. Touching the Rates and the Sum for building, and towards furnishing, them, 6 Nov.-Touching the Manner of paying, keeping, appropriating, and disbursing, the Money, 11.
-, - Votes, that Money given shall be appropriated to building Ships, 26 Oct.-That, on a Question between greater and lesser Sum, or longer or shorter Time, the least Sum, and longest Time, ought first to be put, 3 Nov.

Ways and Means for raising the Supply considered in Committee of whole House; Report of Resolution for raising it by Land Tax, and monthly Assessment, and that no other Charge be laid this Session, 8 Nov.

Bills of Supply Bill for appropriating Customs to the Use of the Navy, read, 18 Oct. Committed 21. To be annexed to Bill for providing, equipping, and furnishing, Twenty Ships, 11 Nov.
-, - Committee to prepare Bill for building and rigging Twenty Ships, and appropriating Customs to the Use of Navy, 11 Nov. Committees added, 16. Bill read, 20.

Swearing. Vide Sunday, supra.

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

SAMINE, John, Sir Roger and Cecil Cooper, Bill from Lords, to sell Lands for Payment of Debts, 31 Mar. 1677. Read, 2 Apr. Committed, 5 Feb. Petition against Bill presented, and referred, 9. Committees added, 27. Bill reported, 12 Mar. Passed, with Amendments, 19. Amendments agreed to by Lords, 27.

Sandford. Vide Privileges.

Sansom. Vide Privileges.

Sawyer. Sir Robert, chosen Speaker, 11 Apr. 1678.

Scoppens, John, Bill for naturalizing him and others, read, 21 Feb. 1677. Parties take Oaths, 27.

Scudamore, Captain, thanked for Information about Growth of Popery, 27 Mar. 1678.

Serjeant to keep Passages clear, and take Offenders into Custody, 22 Feb. 1676.-Sent, with Mace, to fetch Member from the Fleet, 2 Apr.

Seymour, Edward, chosen Speaker, 6 May, 1678.

Shalcross, Francis, Bill, from Lords, to sell Lands for Payment of Debts and Portions, 9 Mar. 1677. Read, 13. Committed, 18. Reported 20. Passed, 2 May. Sent to Lords, 3.

Sheppard, Wm. Petition, 7 Mar. 1676. Vide Cattle.

Sheriff to expedite an Election, 27 Feb. 1676. Vide Stamford, infra.-to communicate an Order to Members, 27 Mar. & 15 Apr.

Ships. Vide Supply, infra.
-, - Committee to examine into the requiring Fees, Oaths, and Bonds, for Passes, 7 Mar. 1676. Report; Resolution thereupon, 24.

Shoemakers, and others, Petition, 1 Mar. 1676. Vide Leather.

Shrewsbury new Writ, 16 Feb. 1676.

Silk, home-made. Vide Wool.

Simony, Bill to prevent it, read, 20 Feb. 1676. Committed, 23. Committees added, 21 Mar. Bill reported, and to be ingrossed, 26. Passed, 3 Apr.

Smith, Sir Thomas, Bill to sell Lands for Payment of Debts, read, 1 Mar. 1676. Committed, 6. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 13. Read Third time; Debate thereon adjourned; Bill to lie on the Table, 3 May. Passed, 11.
-, -Sir James. Vide Privileges.

Sollicitor allowed Privilege, 30 Apr.

Southwark, Bill for a Judicature to determine Differences touching Houses burnt or destroyed, ordered, 1 Mar. 1676. To be read, 7. Read, 12. Committed, 17. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 31. Passed, 11 Apr. Agreed to by Lords, 14.
-, - Bill for Court of Conscience, read, 12 Mar. 1676. Order for Second Reading, 4 May.

Speaker to send Letter appointing a Day for Member to be heard, 19 Feb. 1676.-to issue Warrants for Discharge of Members Servants arrested, 26 Feb. & 12 Mar.-to give Sheriff Notice to expedite an Election, 27 Feb.-With House and Mace, attends King at Whitehall, 23. 26. & 28 May.-Paper presented, complaining of irregular Adjournments by him, 28 Jan. Debate thereon adjourned, 28 Jan. 6 Feb. & 9 Mar.- Thanks Mr. Arnold and Captain Scudamore for Informations about Growth of Popery, 27 Mar.-Desires House to dispense with his Attendance; Message from King, with Leave to chuse a new Speaker; Motion for it; Precedent, as to Manner of proceeding, read; new Speaker chosen, 11 Apr. Approved, 15.-To sign Letters to Sheriffs, touching Notice to absent Members, 15.-Admonishes Member for an offensive Speech, 3 May. Vide Goreing.-His Letter to Clerk, desiring House to dispense with his Attendance, read; another Speaker chosen by King's Permission; Purport of his Speech; Speaker approved, 6 May.

Spratt, Dr. thanked for his Sermon, 30 Jan. 1677.

Squibb, Laurence, Bill, from Lords, to sell Lands, 12 Mar. 1676. Read, 23. Committed; Instruction, 27. Reported, 3 Apr. Passed, 14.

Stage coaches, Debate touching suppressing them, adjourned, 10 May, 1678.

Stamford new Writs, 16 Feb. & 28 Jan. Complaint that Sheriff delays issuing Precept; Speaker to give him Notice to expedite Election, 27 Feb. 1676. His Petition exhibited to the Committee, rejected by House, 27 Mar.

Standish, Edward, Bill to sell Lands for Payment of Debts and Portions, read, 22 Mar. 1676. Committed, 26. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 4 Apr. Passed, 13. Agreed to by Lords, 14.

Stannary Laws. Vide Supply.

Star. Vide Privileges.

Stephens, Robert, Petition, 7 Mar. 1676. Vide Bermudas.

Stone, Roger, Petition, 7 Mar. 1676. Vide Cattle.

Strickland, Sir Thomas, Information given, that he had been convicted of Recusancy; Record, ordered, 16 Feb. 1676. Speaker, by Letter, to give him Notice thereof, and appoint a Day for hearing, 19. His Answer read; Debate thereon; Resolution that he is disabled from being a Member, 6 Mar.

Sturmey. Vide Privileges.

Subjects. Vide France, Exactions, and Liberty.

Sudbury new Writ, 21 May, 1677.

Suits, unnecessary, and Delays, Bill, from Lords, to perpetuate Act for avoiding them, 2 Mar. 1676. Read, 19. Committed; Instruction, 5 Mar. 1677. Committee revived, and Order for sitting, 21.

Sunday, Bill, from Lords, for better Observation thereof, read, 13 Apr. 1677. Read Second time; Question for Commitment, Neg. read Third time, and passed, 16.

SUPPLY, Motion for it, 20 Feb. 1676. To be considered in Committee of whole House, 20 & 21. Considered; Report of Grant for building Ships, 21.
-, - another Motion for further Supply, 8 Mar. 1676. To be considered in Committee of whole House, 8 & 9. Considered; Report of Grant, 12.
-, - another Motion for Supply, for Support of present Alliances, 4 Feb. 1677. To be considered in Committee of whole House, 4, 5, 6, 7. & 16. Considered, 5, 6, 7. & 18. Motion from Committee to add, "made with the States General of the "United Provinces, for the Preservation of the Spanish Netherlands, and lessening the Power of France," agreed to; Report of Grant, 5.-Of Resolutions, that Ninety Ships are necessary, 6.-That House be moved to appoint a Committee to consider the monthly Charge thereof; Committee appointed accordingly, 7. Vide infra.-That Twenty-six Regiments of Foot, Four of Horse, and Two of Dragoons, are necessary- that House be moved to appoint Committee to consider Charge thereof; Committee appointed accordingly, 8. Vide infra.- Relating to the Sum for entering into War with France, 18.
-, - a Committee to consider the monthly Charge of Ninety Ships; Papers referred, 7 Feb. 1677. Consideration of Charge of Twenty-six Regiments of Foot, Four of Horse and Two of Dragoons, referred, 8. Committee have Leave to sit, sitting House, 12. Charge reported, 14.
-, -the Manner of a more decent Interment of King Charles I. to be considered in Committee of whole House, 29 Jan. 1677. Considered; Motion from Committee for further Direction; Committee impowered to consider of a Monument, and Sum for defraying the Charge thereof; Sum reported; Bill ordered thereupon, 30. Vide infra.

Ways and Means For raising the Supply to build Ships, to be considered in Committee of whole House, 27 Feb. 8 & 9 Mar. 1676. Petition presented, and referred, 12. Considered; Report of Resolutions for raising it by a Land Tax, and monthly Assessment.- touching the Proportion, 2 Mar.-By continuing additional Excise, 12.
-, -for raising the Supply for entering into War with France, to be considered in Committee of whole House, 18, 19, 20, 21, & 22 Feb. & 9 Mar. 1677. Considered, 19, 20, 21, 22, & 23 Feb. & 11 Mar. Report of Progress, 20, 21, & 22. Report of Resolutions for raising it by Half Year's Rent on new Buildings within Bills of Mortality-that House be moved to appoint Committee to consider Estimates thereof; Committee appointed accordingly, 19 Feb. Vide infra. For raising it by Poll Tax; Bill ordered thereupon, 23. Vide infra.
-, -Committee left at large to consider the Charge upon new Buildings-Report of Resolutions touching the Persons to pay it-touching small Houses built, where great ones have been pulled down-touching Restraint of further Buildings; Bill ordered thereupon, 11 Mar. 1677. Vide infra.
-, -Committee to consider Estimate of Half Year's Rent on new Buildings within the Bills of Mortality since 1656, 19 Feb. 1677. Order for their sitting, 21 Feb. & 21 Mar. Committees added, 22 Feb. & 21 Mar. Speaker to issue Warrants for Lists of those not perfected, 22 Feb.

Bills of Supply. Committee of whole House to consider of Heads for Bill to build Thirty Ships, 3 Mar. 1676. considered, and Report of Resolutions relating to the Rates-to the Commencement of Supply-to the Time for building, the Manner of paying, keeping, and disbursing, the Money, and transmitting the Accounts to House; Committee to prepare Bill thereupon, 5. Bill read, 14. Committed, 19. 23. 29, 30, & 31 Mar. & 3 Apr. Report of Progress, 30 & 31 Mar. & 3 Apr. Committee to consider whether London shall have Ease, and how, 19 Mar. Report of Resolution, that House be moved to appoint a Committee to ascertain the Proportions upon several Counties and Cities, to provide Sums for filling up Blanks, and to consider postponed Clauses relating to judicial Offices; Committee appointed accordingly; Lists of Commissioners ordered, 23. Committee revived, and Order for sitting, 29. Bill to be reported, 6 Apr. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 7. Passed, 9. Conference desired by Lords, agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, and reported; Lords Amendments to be considered, 11. Considered, and disagreed to; Committee to assign Reasons, 12. Report; Conference desired, agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, and reported, 13. Free Conference, desired by Lords, agreed to; Managers appointed; free Conference held, and reported; Debate touching adhering to Bill; Committee to search Precedents; Lords Amendments disagreed to; former Managers to assign Reasons; Managers added; Free Conference desired with Lords, and agreed to, 14. Held and reported; Lords agree to leave out their Amendments, 16.
-, - Bill for additional Excise, ordered, and recommended to Care of one Member, 24 Mar. 1676. Presented, 26. Read, 2 Apr. Committed; Petition read, and referred; Questions, that Committee consider of Clause for Exportation of Corn; that House go into Committee on Bill next Day; severally Neg. Bill reported, and to be ingrossed, 10. A Committee to prepare borrowing Clause, 12. Clause reported; Bill passed, 13. Agreed to by Lords, 14.
-, - Bill, from Lords, to settle Stannary Laws, encourage Adventurers in Tin, and preserve King's Revenue, 11 Apr. 1677. Read, 14. Committed, 14 Feb. Committee revived, and Order for sitting, 22 Feb. & 15 Mar. Bill reported, and recommitted; all that come to have Voices; Pewterers to be summoned, 11 Mar.
-, - Bill for more solemn Interment of, and erecting Monument for, King Charles I. ordered, 30 Jan. 1677. To be presented, 9 Feb. Read, 12. Order for Second Reading, 16 Mar. Committed, 18. 21, & 22. Report of Interruption by Message from King, 20. Report of Progress, 22.
-, - Poll Tax Bill ordered, 23 Feb. 1677. Read, 26. Committed, 27 & 28 Feb. 1, 2. and 4 Mar. Instruction that no French Commodities be imported for Three Years, under Penalties, and to consider of appropriating Clause, and whether French Wine and Brandy shall be taxed, and of limiting Time, after which French Commodities shall be destroyed; Report of Resolution, that House be moved to appoint a Committee to prepare Clauses; Committee appointed accordingly, 27 Feb. Report of Progress, 27 & 28 Feb. 1, 2. & 4, Mar. Committee impowered to inflict Penalties on Retailers after a Day to be limited, and on Informers not prosecuting after Seizure, 2 Mar. Clauses reported, and referred, 4 & 5. Bill to be reported, 5. Reported, and several Clauses agreed to; Bill to be ingrossed; Ryder concerning Commissioners for Lincoln City, ordered, 6. Order for Third Reading, 7. Bill passed, 8. Returned from Lords, with Amendments; Amendments agreed to, 14.
-, - Bill for laying a Charge on new Buildings, with appropriating Clause, ordered, 11 Mar. 1677. Read; Speaker to deliver Lists of those not perfected, 15. Order for Second Reading, 19. Read Second Time; Debate touching Commitment adjourned, 21. Question for further Adjournment, Neg. Bill committed; Question, that Counsel be heard at Bar, Neg. 23. Bill reported, 26.
-, -Bill to enable the King to lett Leases in Cornwall, read, 4 May, 1678. Committed; Clause touching inclosing Forests, Wastes, and Commons, to be left out, 8.

Swale, Sir Solomon, Information given, that he is convicted of Recusancy; Record ordered, 1 Feb. 1677. Presented; his Petition, and Order for his Attendance, 5.

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

SCOPPENS, John, Bill for naturalizing him, and others, read, 5 June. Parties take Oaths, 7 & 22 June, & 1 July. Bill committed, 11 June. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 24. Passed, 1 July.

Serjeant to give additional Manager Notice to prepare himself for free Conference, 27 June.

Severn. Vide Fishing.

Shirley. Vide Privileges.

Shoemakers, and others, Petition, 8 June. Vide Leather.

Shrewsbury Election, Petition, 23 May.

Silk Manufacture. Vide Wool.

Speaker to summon Delinquents, 11 July.

Stannary Laws. Vide Supply.

Stuffs and Serges, Petition of Merchants trading therein, 1 July.

Suffolk, Petition from, 30 May. Vide Wool.

Suits, Bill to prevent Removals of them, ordered, 1 June. Committed, 18. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 21.
-, -unnecessary, and Delays, Bill, from Lords, for reviving Act to prevent them, and to continue Act for better settling Intestates Estates, 8 June. Read, 24. Committed, 3 July. Reported, and passed, with Amendments, 12. Amendments agreed to by Lords, 13.

SUPPLY, Motion for it, to disband Forces raised since 29 September last, to be considered in Committee of whole House, 30 May. Considered; Report of Grant, 31.-Of the Sum; Bill ordered thereupon, 4 June. Vide infra.
-, -State of the Fleet to be considered, 30 May. Considered; Motion for Supply to dismiss the extraordinary Charge thereof, to be considered in Committee of whole House, 3 June. Considered; Report of Grant, 5.
-, -another Motion for additional Revenue; previous Question, that House go into Committee thereupon, Affirmative; main Question, Neg. 18 June.
-, - another Motion for Compensation for Clause, prohibiting French Commodities, disagreed to, 18 June.
-, - another Motion for Supply, to pay off extraordinary Charge of the Navy and Ordnance, and Princess of Orange's Portion, and to repay Money borrowed on additional Excise. to be considered in Committee of whole House, 18 June. Considered; Report of Grant, 21.
-, - previous and main Questions, that, after a certain Day, no new Motion be made for a Supply before Recess, severally Affirmative, 15 June.-Vote, that People be charged with no more Money this Session, 21.
-, - Committee to prepare State of the Rights of the Commons in granting Money, 2 July. Report of Resolutions, that all Aids are the sole Gift of the Commons, and Bills, for Grants thereof, ought to begin with them, and that Lords ought not to alter them, 3.
-, - Committee to examine what is due to Forces to be disbanded, and the best Way to lessen the present Charge of the Fleet, 30 May. Revived, 31. Order for sitting, 31 May, & 4 June. Estimates of Ordnance to be brought in to them, 4. Report, and Resolutions thereupon, 17.
-, - Motion for appointing a Time to bring in Account of Disbursements of Money borrowed on additional Excise; Debate thereon adjourned, 6 June. Resumed; Resolution, that House is obliged to repay it; Committee to take the Account, 8.

Ways and Means For raising the Supply to disband Forces raised since 29th September last, considered in Committee of whole House; Report of Resolution for raising it by monthly Assessment, 4 June.
-, - Motion for new Imposts on Wine and Vinegar, to be considered in Committee of whole House, 18 June. Considered; Report of Resolution for continuing them; Bill ordered thereupon, 20. Vide infra.
-, - Motion for raising it to pay off extraordinary Charge of the Navy and Ordnance, and Princess of Orange's Portion, and to repay Money borrowed on additional Excise, to be considered in Committee of whole House, 21 June. Considered, 24, 25, & 26. Report of Resolutions for raising it by an Imposition on new Buildings-by a Subsidy, 25.-Severally disagreed to, 25 & 26.-By Land Tax; Bill ordered thereupon, 26. Vide infra.

Bills of Supply. Bill for paying off and disbanding Forces raised since the Twenth-ninth September, with borrowing and appropriating Clauses, ordered; Time to be limited, 4 June. Bill read, 6. Committed, 7. 11, & 12. Question, that House go into Committee thereupon, Neg. 7. Report of Progress, 11. Bill to be reported, 12. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 13. Clauses touching Commissioners for Lincoln City and Nottingham Town, and touching Soldiers Apprentices, agreed to; Bill passed, 14. House put Lords in mind of Bill, 20. Bill returned, with Amendments, 22. Amendments disagreed to; Committee to search Precedents, and assign Reasons for Disagreement, 22. Reasons and a Proviso reported; Proviso to be ingrossed; Read Third time, and agreed to; Conference, desired with Lords, agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, and reported, 25. Another Conference, desired by Lords, agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, and reported; Lords Amendments disagreed to; House adhere to Proviso; former Managers to assign Reasons; Managers added, 26. Free Conference, desired with Lords, agreed to; Managers appointed; additional Manager; Serjeant to give him Notice, 27. Free Conference held, and reported; another free Conference, desired by Lords, agreed to; free Conference held, and reported; Resolutions thereupon, that House adheres to Proviso, and Disagreement to Part of Lords Amendments, 28. Amendments considered; House adheres to the Words of Bill; another free Conference desired with Lords, and agreed to, 1 July. Free Conference held; Committee to prepare State of Reasons and Proceedings had at the free Conference, 2. Report; entering thereof in Journal to be respited, 15.
-, - Bill for settling Stannary Laws, ordered, 15 June. Read, 17. Committed; Counsel to be heard, 19. Petition presented, and referred, 21.
-, - Bill for continuing new Impost on Wine and Vinegar, ordered, 20 June. Read, 24. Committed; Petition presented and referred, 27. Bill to be reported, 6 July. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 8. Passed, 9. Agreed to by Lords, 11.
-, - explanatory Bill touching prohibiting French Commodities, read, 25 June. Committed, 27.
-, - Land Tax Bill, with borrowing Clause, ordered, 26 June. Read, 27. Provision for Sum for disbanding Army to be made, 3 July. Bill committed; Committee to take Care Provision be made; Report of Progress, 4. Bill to be reported, 5. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 6. Passed, 8. Agreed to by Lords, 12.
-, - Resolutions of Committee on Ways and Means disagreed to, viz. for a Charge on new Buildings, 25 June.-For a Subsidy, 26.

Swale, Sir Solomon, to attend, 5 June. Record of his Conviction of Recusancy, ordered, 5 & 8. Presented; his Letter to Speaker, read; to bring in Certificate of his Conformity, or new Writ to be ordered, 10. Discharged, and new Writ ordered, 19.

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

SCUDAMORE, Lord. Vide Privileges.

Serjeant sent, with Messengers, to bring a Person to Bar, 23 Oct.-sent into Speaker's Chamber, to take Account of Members copying Papers; his Report, 28.

Sheriffs to summon Members to attend, 24 Nov.

Shoreham new Writ, 21 Oct.

Short, Dr. Vide Plot.

Shrewsbury Election, Petition, 1 Nov.

Siddell. Vide Privileges.

Southampton Town, new Writ, 21 Oct.

Speaker to give Clerk of Crown Notice to take Care Writs are delivered to Sheriffs, 21 Oct.-With House and Mace, attends King at Whitehall, 22 & 26.-To write Letter desiring Lord Chief Justice to attend, 24.-To deliver Message to King, 24. Reports King's Answer, 25.-With other Members, to examine a Person in Newgate-to present an Address; reports King's Answer, 2 Nov. Seals up, and delivers, Papers to Clerk, 10 and 13.-Reports Purport of King's Speech at Whitehall, 19.-To examine a Breach of Privilege, 20.- Reproves a Member, 21.-Tears Copies of Papers taken by Members, 28.-Takes Oaths, 30.-Delivers a Message from King, 7 Dec.-Not to adjourn House without a Question, if insisted on, 19.

Stafford, Lord Viscount, impeached of Treason; Impeachment sent to Lords; Committee to prepare Articles; Informations touching the Plot to be delivered to them, 5 Dec.

Stolly, David, Petition, 14 Dec. Owned by his Agent, and to be considered, 16.

Stubbs, Herman, Petition, 14 Dec. Owned by his Agent, and to be considered, 16.

Supply, Ways and Means for raising Money to disband the Forces, to be considered in Committee of whole House; Report referred, 7 Dec. Considered, and Report of Resolutions for raising it by a Land Tax-touching Commencement thereof; Bill ordered thereupon, 9. Vide infra.

Bill of Supply. Land Tax, Bill, with a borrowing Clause, to be prepared by Committee, 9 Dec. Read, 11. Commissioners appointed; Blank to be filled up; Bill committed, and Report of Progress, 12. Bill to be reported, 13. Reported; Clauses added; Bill to be ingrossed, 14. Read Third time; enacting Clause in Parchment, added; Bill passed, 16. Returned from Lords, with Amendments; Amendments in Part disagreed to; Committee to assign Reasons, 21. Report; Conference desired with Lords, and agreed to, 23. Managers appointed; Care thereof recommended to one Member, 26. Another Conference, desired by Lords, agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, and reported; Lords Amendments disagreed to; Committee to assign Reasons; free Conference, desired with Lords, agreed to; Managers appointed; free Conference held, 28.

Supremacy. Vide Oaths.

Symonds. Vide Address.

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

SABBATH-BREAKING. Vide Swearing, infra.

Sackville, Mr. a Member, Information given that he had aspersed the King, and contemned the Proceedings of Parliament; to attend; Witnesses to be examined, 21 Mar. Consideration adjourned, 24. Resumed; Witnesses examined; Mr. Sackville committed to the Tower, and expelled; Resolution thereupon, 25. Vide Address. His Petition, and Order for his Discharge, 1 Apr.

Saltash Election, Petition, 19 Mar.

Seaford Election, Petition, 19 Mar.

Serjeant to take care that a Person have not Use of Pen, Ink, or Paper, and that no-body have Access to him, but Committee, 5 Apr.-Order that all Persons assist him, 5.-To attend a Party in his Custody at Admiralty, 20 May.

Shaftesbury Election, Petition, 19 Mar.

Sharpe, Dr. desired to preach, 1 Apr. Thanked, 12.

Sheriff ordered into Custody, for refusing to return a Writ, 12 May. Vide Norfolk.

Shoemakers, and others, Petition, 24 Apr. Vide Leather.

Shoreham Election, Petition, 19 Mar.

Sidway, John, Committee to examine him touching the Plot, 8 May.

Silver Manufactory, Bill to regulate Abuses therein, ordered, and recommended to Care of one Member, 30 Apr.

Sing, Mr. a Papist, ordered into Custody for being in the Lobby, 8 Apr.

Sommers. Vide Privileges.

Southampton Election, Petition, 19 Mar.

Southwark Election, Petition, 19 Mar.
-, - and Out-parishes, Bill for Court of Conscience, ordered, 28 Apr. Read, 15 May.

Southwell, Sir Robert, a Member, Information against him touching Evidence relating to the Plot, to be heard at Bar, 26 Mar. Heard; Resolution thereupon, 28.-To search for a Letter of Lord Stafford's not yet communicated to Committee of Secrecy, 4 Apr.

Speaker to write Letters to Members on the Circuit to attend, 20 Mar.-Reports Purport of King's Speech, 22.-Matter of a Letter to him, to be examined by Members for London, 28. -To issue Warrant for Discharge of Member in the Tower, 1 Apr.-To issue Warrants for taking into Custody Persons to be named to him, 3 & 24 Apr. & 24 May.-To issue Warrants, requiring all Persons to assist Serjeant, 5 Apr.-Motion for chusing a new Speaker not to be made till after 11 o'Clock, 12.-To deliver Papers to a Committee, 17.-With House and Mace, demands Judgment at Lords Bar against an impeached Lord, 5 May.-With House and Mace, attends King at Whitehall, 19.-To issue Warrants for committing Delinquents to the Tower, 22.

Stolly, David, Petition, 5 May. Vide Prosperous.

Stubbs, Herman, Petition, 5 May. Vide Prosperous.

Subject, Liberty of. Vide Liberty.

SUPPLY, Motion for it to pay off and disband the Forces, to be considered in Committee of whole House, 15 Apr. Considered, and Report of Resolutions, that general Officers shall not be paid-that no Officer shall receive Pay from the Time Soldiers under his Command were disbanded-that a Supply be granted -that Commission Officers be paid to 1 April; Bill ordered thereupon, 16. Vide infra.
-, - Vote, that the Money be paid into Exchequer, 17 Apr.
-, - a Committee to inquire what Part of the Money raised for disbanding Forces, remains in Exchequer, 30 Apr. Revived, and Order for fitting, 1 May. Report, 2.

Bill of Supply. Committee to prepare Bill for paying off and disbanding the Forces, with borrowing and indemnifying Clauses, and to prepare Instructions for disbanding them, 16 Apr. Appropriating Clause, with Penalties, ordered, 17. Bill read, 22. Committed, 23, 24, 25, & 26. Commissioners appointed; Report of Progress, 24. Bill to be reported, 26 & 28. Reported; Report in Part considered, 29. Residue considered; Bill to be ingrossed, 30. Passed, 2 May. Returned from Lords, with Amendments, 6. Amendments to be considered, 6 & 7. Considered, and in Part disagreed to; Committee to assign Reasons; Report; Conference desired with Lords, and agreed to; same Committee to manage it; Managers added; Conference held, and reported, 8. Lords waive their Amendments, 9.

Swaine, Captain, to be prosecuted by Attorney-general; Member to acquaint him with the Evidence, 22 May.

Swearing, Cursing, Drunkenness, Sabbath-breaking, and Uncleanness, Committee to prepare Bill for Prevention thereof, 12 Apr.

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

SALTASH Election, Petitions; Question for reading, Neg. 2 Nov. Another Petition read, 3.

Samson, Mr. Vide Address, and Ireland. His Petition, 24 Dec. Has Leave to print his Narrative of Plot in Ireland, 10 Jan.

Scotch Cattle. Vide Trade.
-, - Pedlars. Vide Pedlars.

Scroggs, Sir Wm. impeached of high Crimes and Misdemeanors; Committee to prepare Articles, 23 Dec. Articles reported; Question for Ingrossment; Debate thereon adjourned, 3 Jan. Resumed; Articles to be ingrossed, and sent to Lords, 5. Read, and sent, 7.

Serjeant to give Member Notice to attend-to summon Parties, 27 Oct.-To bring a Prisoner to Bar, 2 Nov.-Sent into the Hall, and Court of Requests, to fetch Members, 8 & 30 Nov.-To give Members Notice what Time an adjourned Debate will be resumed, 3 Dec.-Impowered to take Bail, 17 Dec. & 5 Jan.

Severn. Vide Fishing.

Seymour, Mr. a Member, to attend, 19 Nov. Articles of Impeachment of high Crimes and Misdemeanors against him, read; Mr. Seymour to have Copy, and make Answer on a Day appointed, 20. Articles read one by one; he answers each respectively, and withdraws; First Article read; Debate thereon adjourned, 25. Resumed; Question for referring them to a Committee, Neg. impeached; Committee to prepare Impeachment, and consider of Precedents concerning imprisoning an impeached Member; Committee added, 26. Report; Debate thereon; another Committee to put Articles in Form of an Impeachment; Form reported; Articles to be ingrossed; Mr. Seymour ordered into Custody; Serjeant impowered to take Bail, 17. Ingrossed Articles read, and sent to Lords, 20. Answer brought from them, 23. Message from Lords, acquainting House they had received Petition from him; his Answer read; Managers appointed, and to prepare Evidence, 3 Jan. Motion for Address to remove him from King's Presence and Counsels; Debate thereon adjourned, 7. Tryal appointed, 8.

Sheriff to bring a Witness in his Custody to Bar, 13 Nov.-To give Members Notice to attend, 8 Dec.

Sherridan, Mr. ordered into Custody; a Committee to search his Papers and Lodgings; Committees added; Sherridan examined; Serjeant to search him before Committee; his Landlord to attend; Papers, delivered by him, to be perused by a Committee, and committed to Charge of one Member; Sherridan to be continued in Custody, and no Person to have access to him, but such as bring Necessaries, 9 Dec. Further Consideration adjourned, 9 & 10. Report touching his Papers; Order for restoring several; Consideration resumed; Sherridan, and others, examined; Wilson, and a Maid-servant, ordered into Custody; Debate thereon; Sir Leoline Jenkins gives Account of his Proceedings; Resolution thereupon, 10. Wilson examined, and ordered into Custody, 11. Letter, directed to Sherridan, read by Speaker, and returned, as containing only private Business; Member has Leave to repair to him; Members to examine a Person to be named, concerning his Papers, 13. He gives Account of a libellous Paper found in his Lodgings, 15. Strictness of his Confinement to be taken off; a Committee to examine him and Wilson, and their Papers, and compare their Hand-writings; to adjourn to such Places as they think fit, 16. His Petition, 23. Information given of an Habeas Corpus, signed by a Baron of Exchequer, for bringing Sherridan before him; Matter to be considered, 7 Jan.

Silk-throwers Petition, 9 Nov. Vide Woollen Manufacture.
-, -Weavers Company Petition, Question for referring it to Committee concerning Woollen Manufacture, Neg. referred to grand Committee of Trade, 9 Nov.

Simony, Bill to prevent it, read, 7 Jan.

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

Speaker chosen, 21 Oct.-makes usual Petitions, 22.-Evidence, relating to Plot, sealed up, and lodged in his Hands, 27 Oct. & 3 Nov.-To issue Warrant for Commitment of Member to the Tower, 28 Oct.-With House and Mace, attends King at Whitehall, 30.-To peruse and sign Informations relating to Plot, and appoint a Person to print them, 9 Nov.-Has Leave to attend at Common Pleas Bar, 10.-To issue Warrants for taking into Custody Persons to be named to him, 29 Nov. 4 & 21 Dec.-To write Letters to proper Officers to give Members Notice to attend, 8 Dec.-To take care in the printing a Report and Resolutions apart from the Votes, 23. -By Letter to give Party Notice to attend, 24.

Spratt, Dr. desired to preach, 7 Dec.

Stafford, Earl of, Resolution to proceed in prosecuting him, 10 Nov. Lords desired to appoint Tryal; appoint it, 12. Committee of both Houses to adjust Circumstances thereof, 27. Their Reports; House to attend as a Committee; to fit together; Care therein recommended to Mr. Howard; a Committee to view the Scaffold, and send for Persons that may be of Use; Member has Leave to appear as Witness, 29 Nov. Tryal proceeded on, 30 Nov. 1, 2, 3, 4. & 6 Dec. Proceeding not to be published without Leave of House, 2 Dec. Message from Lords, acquainting House what Time they had appointed Lord Stafford to hear Judgment; Resolution that House will demand it; no Member to go into Court till it is demanded; Mr. Howard to have Notice thereof, 6. Managers to insist, that Judgment be not given till demanded by House; House present, as a Committee, at giving thereof, 7. Sir Wm. Temple has Leave to repair to him, 17. Information given, that Sheriff was not satisfied as to the Power of the Writ for Execution; Matter to be considered, 20. House content therewith, 22.

Staples. Vide Privileges.

Stawell. Vide Privileges.

Steward, Lord, his Deputies administer Oaths, 17 Oct.

Steyning Election, Petition, 25 Oct. Report; Return to be amended, 3 Jan. Amended, 4.

Streets, Committee to prepare Bill for paving and cleansing them, and regulating Hackney Coaches, 13 Nov. Committee added, 3 Jan.

Subjects. Vide Rights, and Exactions.

Successor, Popish, Vote that House will proceed effectually to suppress Popery, and prevent a Popish Successor, 26 Oct.

Superstitious Uses. Vide Uses, superstitious.

SUPPLY, Vote, that whoever shall lend Money on King's Revenue, or accept, pay, or buy, Tallies of Anticipation, shall be adjudged to hinder the Sitting of Parliaments, and responsible therein, 7 Jan.

Surrey, Petition from, 1 Dec. Vide Courts Ecclesiastical.

Swearing. Vide Atheism.

Swinfen, John, Petition, referred to Committee of Privileges and Elections; Copies of Poll to be delivered to him, and Parties concerned, or their Agents, and they to have Liberty to examine them with Originals, 26 Oct.

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

SARUM, New Election, Petition, 26 Mar.

Scroggs, Sir Wm. his Answer to Articles of Impeachment exhibited by late Parliament, and his Petition sent from Lords, 25 Mar.

Sergeant, Mr. his Information relating to the Plot, ordered, 25 Mar. Presented, read, and to be printed, 26.

Somerset Election, Petition, 28 Mar.

Southwark Election, Petition, 24 Mar.

Speaker chosen, 21 Mar.-makes usual Petitions, 22.-thanked for his Speech on Presentment, and desired to print it, 24.

Steward, Lord, his Deputies administer Oaths, 21 Mar.

Steyning new Writ, 26 Mar.

Stockbridge Election, Petition, 25 Mar.

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

SANDWICH new Writ, 30 May. Election, Petition, 1 June.

Sark, Petition from, 19 June. Vide Wool.

Savery, Isaac, Bill, from Lords, to enable him to take the Surname of Searle, 20 June. Read, 22. Committed, 25.

Scotch Pedlars. Vide Pedlars.

Searle. Vide Savery, supra.

Sea-water, Petition for Bill for longer time to make it fresh; Bill ordered, 5 June. Presented, 13. Read, 15.

Serjeant to give Parties Notice to attend, 27 & 30 May.-to prevent Obstructions on the Stairs, 4 June. To give Notice of an Order, 19 Nov.

Shastesbury Election, Petition; Question for referring it to the Committee, Neg. 1 June. Another Petition read, and referred, 2.

Sherlock, Dr. desired to preach, 23 May. Thanked, 30.

Ships, English-built, Petition of Masters and Owners, 13 June.
-, -Bill to encourage building them, read, 24. Committed, 25. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 26. Passed, 27. Agreed to by Lords, 30.

Shoemakers Petition, 27 May. Vide Leather.

Silks. Vide Supply, infra.
-, -Bill to prevent Frauds in importing them, ordered, 24 June.
-, -Weavers Petition, 24 June. Vide Supply, infra.

Simony, Bill for suppressing it, read, 11 June. Committed, 24.

Southwark, Westminster, and other Places, Bill for Court of Conscience, ordered, 6 June. Read, 27.

Speaker chosen; his Speech to House; makes usual Petitions, 19 May.-with House and Mace, attends King at Whitehall, 22 May, & 17 Nov.-to write Letters to Parties to attend, 30 May.-reports a Letter from Member, desiring new Writ may be issued, 15 June.-to issue Warrant for Commitment of Member to the Tower, 18.

Stafford, Lord Viscount, Bill, from Lords, to reverse his Attainder, 4 June. Read, 5. Committed, 6.

Stampe, Anne, Petition, 23 June. Vide Cleveland.

Steward, Lord, administers Oaths, 19 May.

Stockbridge Election, Petition, 27 May.

Stuffs. Vide Silks, supra.

Sugars. Vide Supply, infra.
-, - Petition of Merchants touching Impositions thereon, to be read, 11 June. Read, 12. Vide Supply.

Supply, King's Speech considered in Committee of whole House; Report of Resolution, that Revenue, settled on late King for Life, be settled on him for Life; Bill ordered thereupon, 22 May. Vide infra.
-, - Motion for it considered in Committee of whole House; Report of Grant towards Repairs of the Navy and Ordnance, and for Stores for them, and for other Occasions, 30 May.- Another Motion for Supply, to suppress Rebellion; Resolution for granting it, 17 June. Message from King for Fund of Credit; further Grant thereupon; Message referred to Committee on Ways and Means, 18.
-, - another Speech to be considered in Committee of whole House, 9. 12, 13, & 14 Nov. Previous Question, that Committee proceed first on Supply, Neg. Instruction to proceed first on Paragraph next following it, 13. Vide King. Considered, 12, 13, & 16. Report of Grant, 12.-of the Sum granted, 16.

Ways and Means For raising the Supply towards Repairs of the Navy and Ordnance, and for Stores for them, and for other Occasions, considered in Committee of whole House; Report of Resolutions for raising it by Imposition on Wines and Vinegar; Bill ordered thereupon, 30 May. Vide infra.-On Tobacco and Sugars; Bill ordered thereupon, 1 June. Vide infra.
-, - for raising the Supply to suppress Rebellion, to be considered in Committee of whole House, 17 & 20 June, & 16 Nov. Message from King referred, 18 June. Considered, 17 & 20 June, 17 & 19 Nov. Report of Resolutions for raising it by Tax on new Buildings; Bill ordered thereupon, 17 June. -On French Linen-Brandies-East India Callicoes and Linen-French wrought Silks and Stuffs-all foreign-wrought Silks; Bill ordered thereupon, 20. Vide infra.-By continuing the Duty on Brandies, Callicoes, and Linens-by additional Duty on French Wines, 17 Nov.-By an Addition of 4£. per Tun thereon; Bill ordered, 19. Vide infra.
-, - Committee to inquire into amount of 4&. per Tun on French Wines for a Year, 17 Nov. Report, 19.

Bills of Supply. Bill for settling on King, for Life, the Revenue settled on late King for Life, ordered, 22 May. Read, 23. Committed, reported, and to be ingrossed, 25. Passed, 26. Agreed to by Lords, 27.
-, - Bill to enable King to make Leases in the Duchy of Cornwall, ordered, 26 May.-Bill from Lords, to same Purport, 18 June. Read, 19. Read Second time, 20. Passed, 22.
-, - Bill for Imposition on Wines and Vinegar, ordered, 30 May. Read, 1 June. Committed; Reported, and to be ingrossed, 2. Passed, 3. Agreed to by Lords, 5.
-, - Bill for Imposition on Tobacco and Sugars, ordered, 1 June. Read, 10. Committed; Petition presented, and referred; Bill reported, and to be ingrossed, 12. Passed, 15. Agreed to by Lords, 16.
-, - Committee to prepare Bill for Tax on new Buildings, 17 June.
-, - Bill, from Lords, to consolidate Estates Tail and Reversion in Fee which King has in the Post Office, and 24,000£. per Annum of hereditary Excise, read, 19 June. Read Second time, 20. Passed, 22.
-, - Bill for Imposition on Brandy, Callicoes, Silks, and Linens, ordered, 20 June. Read, 23. Petition presented, and referred; Committee impowered to prepare Clause of Credit, and a Clause for rectifying Mistake in Sugar Bill; Bill committed; Bill, and Clauses, reported, and to be ingrossed, 24. Passed, 25. Agreed to by Lords, 26.
-, - Bill for additional Duty on French Wines, ordered, 19 Nov.



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