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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.

WALKER. Vide Privileges.

Wallden, Mr. Vide Privileges.

Walton upon Thames, Petition from, 22 Nov. Vide Hilton.

Wankley, Colonel. Vide Privileges.

War, Committee to inquire into Miscarriages therein, 17 Oct. Witnesses examined at Bar, relating to dividing the Fleet; Member reflected on; heard, and withdraws during Debate; Examination of this, and all other Miscarriages, referred to the Committee; Opinion of House respited till Report, 21. King to be moved for Information, 22. Members to thank Prince Rupert, and Duke of Albemarle, for their eminent Merit in late War, and desire Information touching Miscarriages, 23. Secretary Morrice, with King's Leave, gives Information, and is desired to bring in his Papers relating thereto, 24. Lord Arlington desired to send in his Papers, 25. Mr. Williamson, from time to time, to attend Committee with them, and give what Account he can; Member to desire of Lord Anglesea an Account of Payment of Seamen by Tickets, and other Miscarriages; Narratives of Prince Rupert and Duke of Albemarle read, to be entered in Journals, and transmitted to Committee; Commissioner Pett brought to Bar, 31. Vide Pett. Secretary Morrice to deliver his Papers to Chairman, 4 Nov. Report; Resolution thereupon, 9. Vide York. Sir John Chicheley to be examined, 12. Committees added, 22 & 23 Nov. & 26 Mar. Report touching Commissioner Pett, 13 Nov. Person ordered into Custody, for not attending Committee, 19. Committee to fit de die in diem; Report to be made, 10 Feb. Order for sitting of Committee, 13 Feb. 12 & 26 Mar. Report concerning Intelligence; Sheerness; not prosecuting the Victory; the Admiral's quitting the Fleet, and Payment by Tickets; Paper, relating to Intelligence, read; Resolution thereupon, 14 Feb. Further Consideration adjourned, 14, 15. 17, 18. 20. 27, & 28 Feb. 5. 12, 13. & 21 Mar. Resumed, 15. 17. 20. & 28 Feb. 5. 17. & 21 Mar. Previous Question, that not timely recalling Order for dividing the Fleet, was a Miscarriage, Affirmative, 15 Feb. Paper relating to fortifying Sheerness, read; Resolution thereupon, 17. Paper, touching not Prosecuting the Victory, read; Resolution thereupon; Sir John Harman to attend, 20. Vide Harman. Paper, relating to dividing the Fleet, read; Debate thereon; Paper re-committed; Papers, relating to Admiral's quitting the Fleet, and Payment by Tickets, read; Resolutions thereupon, 22. Same Papers, and others of Lord Anglesea's, and the Orders of Commissioners of Navy, relating to Payment by Tickets, read; Commissioners to be heard, 28. Late Treasurer to give Account of Money assigned for Navy, and how issued by him, 5 Mar. Committee revived, 12 & 26. To inquire particularly into Miscarriages of Officers, and whether Sir John Harman be returned, 26. Report; Members to inquire of Commissioners of publick Accounts touching their Discovery of Imbezzlement of Prize Goods, and desire Copies may be transmitted to House; to desire Duke of York to renew his Commands for Sir John Harman's Return, 30. His Letter to the Duke presented, 9 Apr. Duke to be thanked for his Care and Favour in causing the Order to be executed, 10. Sir John Harman, and Captain Cox, examined, 21.

Ward. Vide Privileges.
-, - Lieutenant, ordered into Custody, on account of Imbezzlement and Miscarriages reported against him by Commissioners of publick Accounts, 11 Apr.

Waters, strong. Vide Supply.

Weights and Measures, Bill for ascertaining them, read, 23 Oct:

Weld, Sir John, Bill for Satisfaction of a Debt due from late Earl of Cleveland, read, 4 Dec. Order for Second Reading, 9. Committed; Petition read, 14. Another presented, and referred, 16. Committee revived, and Order for sitting, 11 Feb. Committees added, 18. Bill reported, and to be ingrossed, 26. Passed, 4 Mar.

Weymendfold, Dawes, Bill for settling customary Lands, tendered, 14 Dec. Read, 13 Feb. Order for Second Reading, 17. Committed, 19. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 2 Mar. Order for Third Reading, 4. Passed, 6.

Weymouth Election, Petition, 15 Oct. Report, 20 Nov.

Wharton, Dr. Bill to assure Lands to him, read, 9 Nov. Committed; Instruction, 12. Committees added, 15. Bill reported, and to be ingrossed, 4 Mar. Order for Third Reading, 7 & 10. . Passed, 11.

Whorwood, Brome, Bill to vacate a Decree of Alimony, ordered, 14 Apr. Committed, 16. Committees added, 18. Business concerning him to be considered, 2 May.
-, - Jane, Petition, with Paper annexed, owned; Matter to be heard at Bar, 6 May.

Williams, Sir Henry, Bill to sell Lands for Payment of Debts, and Provision for Wife and Children, read, 23 Nov. Committed; Instruction; Petition presented, and referred, 26. Committees added, 3 & 5 Dec. & 18 Feb.
-, - Milborne, Petition, 26 Nov. Vide Williams, supra.
-, - Roger, and others, Petition, 18 Feb. Vide Cattle.

Wilts, Petition from, 15 Oct. Vide Tythes.

Windham, Sir Hugh. Vide Privileges.

Wine. Vide Supply.
-, - Ale, Beer, and other Liquors, Bill to punish Abuses of Retailers, read, 15 Oct.
-, - Committee to prepare Bill to settle Measures and Prices thereof, and Measures of Grain, 15 Oct. Bill read, 29. Committed, 4 Nov.

Wines, Bill from Lords, concerning the Prices, and to prevent Sophistication of them, 11 Dec. Read, 14. Order for Second Reading, 19. Read Second time, 20 Feb. Debate touching Commitment, adjourned, 20 Feb. & 3 Mar.

Winter, Sir John, Petition referred to Committee; Instruction, 22 Oct. Committees added, 29. Another Petition presented, and referred, 12 Nov. Vide Deane Forest.

Wiseman, Sir Richard, and John Plott, Bill to settle Lands in them, and enable them to perform a Trust, read, 23 Oct. Committed, 26. Committee impowered to send for Persons, Papers, and Records; Order for their sitting, 29. Committees added, 30. Bill reported, and to be ingrossed, 25 Nov. Passed, 2 Dec. Returned from Lords, with Amendments; Amendments agreed to, 17.

Wood, Prisoner in King's Bench, to be brought to a Committee, 3 Dec. Vide Juries.

Woodmongers, and Innholders, Bill to prevent their Abuses, read, 14 Oct. Committed; Instruction, 15. Clerk of Woodmongers Company ordered into Custody, for refusing to attend Committee; Master, at his Peril, to attend, and bring in Books; Lord Mayor, and Bailiffs of Westminster and Southwark, to put Law in Execution, 24. Petition of Woodmongers read; Debate thereon; Execution of Vote suspended till Report, 25. Committees added, 30. Report; Committee to prepare Heads of Abuses, and propose Expedients for preventing them, 6 Nov. Revived, 6 & 20 Nov. & 13 Dec. Order for sitting, 6 Nov. 4 & 13 Dec. Report; same Committee to consider of Abuses in Ballast-Office, and how to provide publick Wharfs, and an easy Carriage for Fuel, 20 Nov. Woodmongers Patent to be brought to Committee, 26. Committee adjourned, 13 Dec. Report to be made, 14. Made touching Billets, Faggots, and Wood; Debate on Ballast adjourned; Question for adjourning Debate on Price of Coals, Affirmative, 16.

Wool, Committee to prepare Bill to prevent Exportation thereof, impowered to consider of a Way to prevent it from Ireland to foreign Parts, 30 Mar. Bill to be read, 8, 17, & 18 Apr. Read, 21. Order for Second Reading, 27. Committed, 28.
-, - Person, to be named to Speaker, ordered into Custody, for transporting Wool, 10 Apr. Matter referred to Committee on Trade, 21. Report; Marsh ordered into Custody; Falcon discharged, and transmitted to Lord Chief Justice to be prosecuted; Examinations to be delivered to him, 2 May.

Woollen Manufacture, Vote, that House will, and Lords be desired to, shew a good Example, by wearing it, 13 Apr.

Wormwell. Vide Privileges.

Wrenham. Vide Privileges.

Writ for a Borough, to be delivered to Member for the County, 12 Dec.

Writs, new, viz. Rochester, Rye, Great Grimsby, Shoreham, Monmouth County, Caermarthen County, Shastesbury, and Litchfield, 10 Oct. Maidstone, 10 Oct. & 6 Dec. Barnstaple, 7 Nov. Malmesbury, 4 Dec. Bedford Town, 7. Applebee, Petersfield, and Hertford County, 6 Feb. Lynn, 26 Mar. New Romney, 21 Apr. and St. Alban's, 7 May.
-, - no Fee due for Writs on Admission of Members, 30 Mar.

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

WATERS, strong, Petition of Distillers, 12 Nov. Vide Supply.

Wey, Bill for settling Navigation thereof, read, 6 Nov. Committed, 17. Committee to suspend their sitting, 23 Nov. & 6 Dec.

Wheeler, Sir Charles, explains himself on account of some offensive Words; ordered to withdraw; called in, and excused, on his Submission, 12 Nov.

Whitmore. Vide Privileges.

Williamson, Sir Thomas, Bill to sell Lands for Payment of Debts, read, 3 Dec. Order for Second reading, 6. Committed, 7.

Winton new Writ, 19 Oct.

Wood. Vide Timber.

Writs, new, viz. Agmondesham, Thetford, Somerset, Winton, Tamworth, Aldborough, Horsham, Devizes, Ludgershall, Bridgewater, Lancaster Borough, Old Sarum, Flint County, and Hertford County, 19 Oct. Evesham, 19 Oct. & 22 Nov. Bath, 3 & 17 Nov. Chester County, 29. Lestwithiel, 6 Dec. And Midhurst, 8.

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

WAGES. Vide Poor.

Watson. Vide Shipping.

Waveney. Vide Brandon.

Wayne. Vide. Privileges.

Weaver, Bill to make it navigable, read, 20 Dec. 1670.

Weavers Company, Petition; Clause for answering Duties on foreign Silks and Stuffs, and to encourage native Artists, ordered, 15 Dec. 1670.-Bill to encourage Art of weaving Silk and Stuffs, to be read, 4 Jan. Read, 5. Committed, 18. Petition presented, and referred, 16 Feb.
-, - Broad-loom Weavers Petition, 16 Feb. 1670. Vide Weavers, supra.

Wellen. Vide Hammond.

Westminster and Out-parishes, Bill for Recovery of Arrears of Money given to the Poor therein, ordered, 2 Apr. 1670.

Wey, Bill for settling Navigation thereof, to be read, 14 Mar. 1669. Read, 15. Order for Second Reading, 18. Committed, 2 Apr. Committee revived, and Order for sitting, 16 Mar. Committees added, 29. Bill to be reported, 10 & 11 Apr. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 12. Passed, 14. Agreed to by Lords, 20.
-, - another Bill to same Purport, to be read, 14 Mar. 1669. Read, 15. Order for Second Reading, 18. Committed, 2 Apr. Committee revived, and Order for sitting, 16 Mar. Committees added, 29. Bill to be reported, 10 & 11 Apr.

Wharton, Dr. Bill to assure Lands to him, read, 28 Feb. 1669. Order for Second Reading, 3 & 4 Mar. Committed, 5. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 7. Order for Third Reading, 8 & 11. Passed, 17. Agreed to by Lords, 5 Apr.

Whitechapel, Petition from, owned, 10 Feb. 1670. Vide Giles's, St.

Wigg. Vide Bulkley.

Willerton. Vide Privileges.

Williams, Sir Trevor. Vide Privileges.
-, - Dr. to attend, 3 Mar. Vide Brandy.
-, - Sir Henry, Bill to sell Lands for Payment of Debts and Portions, 16 Mar. 1669. Read, 26. Committed; Instruction, 7 Nov. Committees added, 10 Nov. 7 & 8 Dec. & 11 Feb. Committee have Leave to sit, 28 Dec. Revived, and Order for sitting, 11 Feb.
-, - Henry, Bill for settling Fen-lands, ordered, 7 Mar. 1669. Read, 4 Nov. Committed, 7. Committees added, 11 & 18. Committee have Leave to sit, 26 & 28. Bill reported; Debate thereon adjourned, 5 Dec. Resumed; Bill re-committed; Committee revived; Order for sitting, 7. Bill reported from Re-commitment, and to be ingrossed, 17. Passed, 19.

Wilts, new Writ, 24 Oct. 1670.

Windham, Sir Edward. Vide Privileges.

Wine Licences. Vide York.

Wines, Committee to inspect Act for Imposition on them, 21 Feb. 1669. Petition presented, and referred, 15 Mar.
-, - Bill to prevent Adulteration of them, read, 30 Mar. 1670. Committed, 9 Apr. Committee revived, and Order for sitting, 25 Nov. & 25 Feb. Committees added, 13 Mar.

Wooden. Vide Privileges.

Woodhouse, Horatio, Bill for naturalizing him, and others, read twice, and to be ingrossed, 31 Mar. 1670. Names to be inserted; Bill passed, 2 Apr. Agreed to by Lords, 8.

Woodward. Vide Privileges.

Wool, Committee to consider former Laws, and receive Proposals to prevent Exportation thereof; Instruction to consider Reasons of the Fall of Corn, 21 Feb. 1670. Committees added, 2 & 6 Mar. Committee revived, and Order for sitting, 6 & 14.
-, - Bill to prevent Exportation thereof, to be read, 21 Mar. 1670. Read, 22. Committed, 23. To be reported, 31. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 1 Apr. Passed, 8. Lords Amendments in Part disagreed to; Conference desired thereupon; Messenger dismissed without Answer; Conference agreed to; Committee to assign Reasons; Report, 22.

Woollen, Ralph. Vide Privileges.

Woolley. Vide Privileges.

Wootton. Vide Privileges.

Workhouses, Committee to prepare Bill for regulating them, and setting the Poor on Work, 3 Mar. Revived, and Order for sitting; Committees added, 9. Bill to be read, 10. Read, 11. Committed, 14. Instruction, that nominating Governors shall continue as by Law established; Bill to be rectified accordingly, 16. Committees added, 18. Bill to be reported, 29. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 31. Passed, 4 Apr. Returned from Lords, with Amendments; Amendments agreed to, with an Addition, 19. Addition agreed to by Lords, 20.

Wright. Vide Privileges.

Writs, new, viz. Glamorgan County, Ludlow, and Evesham, 14 Feb. Seaford, 10 & 14 Feb. Lynn, 7 Mar. Dunwich, 10 Mar. & 1 Dec. Cockermouth, 14 Mar. Pool, Modena, Wilts, Melcomb Regis, and East Retford, 24 Oct. Liverpool, 27. York County, 10 Nov. Downton, 17. Oakhampton, 24. Dartmouth, 25. Cirencester, 6 Dec. And Peterborough, 7 Mar.

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

WARDON. Vide Privileges.

Warner. Vide Privileges.

Wells new Writ, 20 Oct.

Wendover new Writ, 6 Feb. Election, Petitions; Petitioners own them, 22 Feb. Report to be made, 15 Mar. Made; Clerk of Crown, and Constables for Borough, to amend Return, 19. Constables disobey Order; Resolutions thereupon. Vide Privileges. Clerk of Crown to attend, 21. Amends Return, 24.

Westminster, and Out-parishes, Bill for Recovery of small Debts, read, 18 Mar.

Wheeler. Vide Privileges.

Wickham. Vide Chipping-wiccomb.

Williams, Sir Robert, Bill to make Leases for raising Portions, read, 27 Feb. Committed, 5 Mar.

Wiseman, Sir Richard, his Bill, from Lords, committed, 27 Mar.

Wool, Bill to prevent Exportation thereof, ordered, 21 Feb.
-, - Bill, from Lords, to prevent Frauds in Transportation thereof, 26 Feb. Read, 1 Mar. Committed; Instruction relating to Ireland, 5.

Woolwrych, John, Bill, from Lords, for executing an Award, 22 Feb. Read, 25. Committed, 27. Reported, 5 Mar. Passed, 6.

Writs, Motion relating to undue issuing them, and irregular Returns thereupon, laid aside till Speaker approved, 4 Feb. To be considered; Persons, so returned, to forbear sitting till Matter determined, 5. Considered; Speaker to issue Warrants for superseding Writs not executed before this Session, and making out new ones in lieu thereof; Question that Committee be appointed to inspect Precedents, Neg. Matter further debated; general Opinion, that, during Continuance of Parliament, the Right of issuing Writs is in House; Resolution thereupon, 6.
-, - new, ordered, for Chipping-wiccomb, Wendover, Chester City, Eastlow, Penryn, Bossiney, Michael, Totness, Tavistock, Clifton, Pool, Melcomb Regis, Hertford Borough, Grimsby, Norfolk, Lynn, Nottingham County, Minehead, Shoreham, Andover, Ryegate, Suffolk, St. Edmondsbury, Chippenham, Great Bedwin, Ludgershall, Marlborough, Salisbury, Thirsk, Malton, Hythe, Dover, and Merioneth County, 6 Feb. Huntingdon County, and Castlerising, 6 Feb. & 20 Oct. Tavistock, 6 Feb. & 13 Mar. Rippon, 22. Chichester, Bewdley, Boroughbridge, Aldborough, York City, Malmesbury, Tewkesbury, Exeter, and Wells, 20 Oct.

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

WELLS new Writ, 27 Oct.

Wentworth, Sir Wm. on account of Election controverted, forbears to fit; Motion thereupon; both Returns read; Resolution, that he is duly returned, and ought to sit, 30 Oct.

Writs, new, Speaker to issue Warrants for them, in room of Members dead, or removed, where no Claim depending, 27 Oct.
-, - ordered for Chipping-wiccomb, Chichester, Bewdley, Burroughbridge, Aldborough, York City, Castlerising, Tewkesbury, Malmesbury, Exeter, Wells, and Newcastle upon Tyne, 27 Oct.

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

WAR. Vide Grievances.

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

WENTWORTH, Lord. Vide Cleveland.
-, - Sir Wm. Vide Privileges.

Weobley new Writ, 13 Apr.

Westminster, Bill for Court of Conscience, ordered, 25 Apr. Read, 30.

White. Vide Privileges.

Williams. Vide Privileges.

Wilts new Writ, 13 Apr.

Wood. Vide Coal.

Wool, Bill to prevent exporting it, read, 16 Apr. Committed, 19. Committees added, 3 May.
-, - Bill to prevent Deceits in winding and packing it, read, 17 Apr. Read Second time; Question for Commitment, Neg. 19.

Woollen-drapers, Petitions, 15 & 22 Apr. Vide Aulnage.

Writs, new, Speaker to issue Warrants for them, in room of Members dead, or removed, where no Claim depending, and order Clerk of Crown to take care they are delivered to proper Officer, 13 Apr.
-, - ordered for Wilts, Hertford Borough, Norfolk, Lynn, Gloucester City, Bath, Devizes, Clitheroe, Caernarvon County, Newcastle under Line, Lincoln City, Weobley, Grimsby Magna, Northampton County, Southampton County, and Abingdon, 13. Liverpool, and Foy, 6 May. Cockermouth, 10. Durham, 14. Chester City, 26. And Haslemere, 28.

Wynch, Sir Humphry. Vide Privileges.

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

WARWICK, Earl of, Bill to sell Lands for Payment of Debts, read, 26 Oct. Committed, 3 Nov. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 8. Passed, 9. Agreed to by Lords, 17.

Weavers Company, Petition relating to Importation of foreignwrought Silks and Stuffs, and a Loom for making many Ribbands at once, referred to Committee, 13 Nov.

Westminster, and Out-parishes, Bill for Court of Conscience, ordered, 21 Oct. Presented, 25. To be read, 3 & 4 Nov. Read, 17. Counsel to be heard at Bar, 4 Apr.

White Lion Gaol, Bill for Sale thereof, read, 6 Nov.

Wight, Isle of, Petition from, 4 Nov. Vide Fees.

Witness allowed Privilege, 2 Nov.

Wood. Vide Coal.

Wool, Bill to prevent Exportation thereof, ordered, 20 Oct. Read, 22. Order for Second reading, 4 Nov. Committed, 9. Petitions presented, and referred, 9 & 15.
-, - State of Manufacture to be considered in Committee of whole House, 9 & 13 Nov.

Writs, new, Speaker's Warrants to be issued for them, in room of Members dead, or removed, 13 Oct.
-, - ordered for Durham County, Oxford County, Dorset, Eye, and Burroughbridge, 13 Oct. Pembroke Borough, 12 Nov. And Bridport, 20.

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

WAGES. Vide Members.

Wanklyn, Colonel, Petition complaining of him for granting Paper Protections, heard, and ordered to withdraw; Resolution thereupon; Questions, that he be expelled; that he receive Sentence at Bar, standing; severally Affirmative, 1 Feb. 1677.

Warwick Borough new Writs, 23 May, & 28 Jan.
-, - and Holland, Earl of, Bill, from Lords, for making Leases during Minority, 16 Feb. Read, 20. Committed, 1 Mar. Reported, and passed, 5.

Weavers Petition, 28 Mar. Vide Wool, infra.

Wenman, Sir Francis. Vide Privileges.

Wentworth, Lord, Bill for Payment of Debts, presented, 27 Mar. 1677. Read; Question for Second Reading, Neg. 29.

Weobley Election, Report to be made, 21 Feb. 1677. Made; Question for Re-commitment, Neg. Election declared void; new Writ ordered, 23.

Westbury new Writ, 1 Feb. 1677. Election, Petition, 21. Report; further Examination to be heard at Bar, 6 May. Parties to attend, 6 & 13. Heard, 13.

West-Derby and Wavertree, Bill, from Lords, to establish Interest of Lord and Tenants of those Manors in relation to Fines and Commons, 7 Apr. 1677. Read, 4 Feb. Committed, 7. Reported, and passed, 11.

Westerham. Vide Greham.

Westlow new Writ, 16 Feb.

Westminster, and Liberties, Bill for Court of Conscience, read, 10 Mar. 1676. Committed, 2 Apr. Counsel to be heard at Bar, 4 Apr. 23 Mar. 4. 8. & 11 May.

Westmorland new Writs, 6 Mar. & 15 Feb.

Wheeler, Sir Charles. Vide Privileges.

White, Wm. Petition, 7 Mar. 1676. Vide Bermudas.

Wilkinson. Vide Privileges.

Williams, Elizabeth. Vide Privileges.
-, - Sir Trevor, and Sons, Bill to make Jointures, read, 22 Feb. 1676. Committed, 23. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 3 Mar. Passed, 9. Agreed to by Lords, 22.
-, - Trevor, Bill to settle Jointure, read, 21 Mar. Committed, 22. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 27. Passed, 2 May. Sent to Lords, 3.

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

Winchelsea new Writ, 28 Jan. 1677. Election, Petition, read, and withdrawn, for want of signing, 6 Feb. Another Petition referred, 7. Report; Return to be amended, 7 Mar. Amended, 8.

Windsor new Writ, 16 Feb. 1676.

Winstead Manor, Bill for discharging it from Settlement in Tail, and charging other Manors and Lands to same Uses, read, 16 Feb. 1677. Committed; Instruction, 18. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 28. Passed, 2 Mar. Sent to Lords, 5. Agreed to by them, 12.

Wise, John, Petition, 7 Mar. 1676. Vide Bermudas.

Wool, Bill to prevent exporting it, read, 13 Mar. 1676. Order for Second Reading, 7 Feb. Committed; Instruction relating to wearing Woollen Manufactures, regulating the Woollen Manufactory, the Fees of Custom-house Officers, the Abuses of Aulnage, and the Alum Patent, 16. Committee revived, and Order for sitting, 22 Feb. & 9 Mar. Report relating to Alum Patent; Contents thereof re-committed, and Order for sitting of Committee, 19 Mar. Further Report relating to Aulnagers, and Manufacture of Tapestry Hangings; Committee to consider Letts to the making them; impowered to send for Persons, Papers, and Records, 27.-Committee to prepare Bill to prevent Importation of foreign Silk and Woollen Manufacture, 28 Mar. Bill read, 8 Feb.
-, - Committee to prepare Bill to encourage wearing Woollen Manufacture, and regulate the Making thereof, 23 Feb. 1677. Bill read, 25. Committed, 26. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 13 Mar. Passed, 16.
-, - Committee to prepare Bill to enforce burying in Woollen, 15 Feb. 1677. Bill read, 26. Committed, and recommended to Care of one Member, 1 Mar. Reported, and re-committed; Committee added, 9. Reported from Re-commitment, and to be ingrossed, 12. Passed, 16. Returned from Lords, with Amendments, 4 May. Amendments in Part disagreed to; Committee to assign Reasons, 10. Revived, and Order for sitting, 13.

Writs, new, viz. Berks, New Widsor, Westlow, Plympton, Okehampton, Ashburton, Barnstaple, Plymouth, Bridgport, Dorchester, Shaftsbury, Malden, Hertford Borough, Liverpool, Leicester Borough, Monmouth Borough, Northumberland, Berwick upon Tweed, Shrewsbury, Newton, Milborn-Port, Hindon, Carmarthen County, and Radnor County, 16 Feb. Stamford, 16 Feb. & 28 Jan. Eastlow, 22. Westmorland, 6 Mar. & 15 Feb. Newark, 21 Mar. & 7 Apr. Dorset and Corfe Castle, 28 Mar. Queenborough, 4 Apr. Sudbury, and Haverford-west, 21 May. Petersfield, and Warwick Borough, 23. Leskard, Newport, Norwich, Stamford, Chester, Litchfield, Yarmouth, Lymington, Bristol, Winchelsea, and Warwick Town, 28 Jan. Westbury, 1 Feb. Northampton County, 7. Dorset, 15. Weobly, 23. Durham, 25. And Norwich, 15 Apr.

Wynne. Vide Privileges.

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

WE AVERS Petition, 30 May. Vide Wool, infra.

Weights and Measures, Bill for more effectually executing the Law for regulating them, ordered, 6 June.

Wild, Sir John, Bill, from Lords, to sell Lands for Payment of Debts, 13 June. Read, and rejected, 14.

Westbury, Election, Petition, 23 May. Report to be made, 15 & 19 June. Made 21.

Westerham. Vide Gresham.

Williams, Sir Trevor, Bill, from Lords, to supply an Omission in a former Act, and to enable his Son to make a Jointure, 7 June. Read, 8. Committed, 10. Reported, 13. Passed, 14.

Wilts, Petition from, 30 May. Vide Wool, infra.

Witnesses dismissed from their Attendance, 20 June.

Wool, Bill for encouraging Woollen Manufactures, read, 24 May. Printed Papers against Bill delivered at Door; Committee to consider Irregularity of such Proceedings, 28. Bill committed; Petitions presented, and referred, 30. Bill reported, and to be ingrossed, 22 June. Passed, 24. House put Lords in mind of Bill, 8 July.
-, - Bill for burying in Woollen, ordered, 25 May. Read, 27. Committed, 6 June.-Another, from Lords, to same Purport, 7 June. Read, 8. Committed, 11. Reported, 18. Report considered; Bill passed, with Amendments, 21. Conference thereupon, desired by Lords, agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, and reported; House adhere to their Amendments; Committee to assign Reasons, 11 July. Report; Conference, desired with Lords, agreed to, held, and reported, 12. Lords Concurrence to Amendments signified, 13.
-, - Bill to prevent Exportation of Wool, ordered, 6 June. Read, 11. Committed; Instruction relating to Ireland, 14. Reported, and re-committed; Order for sitting of Committee, 28. Bill reported, and to be ingrossed, 8 July. Passed, 9.

Woollen and Silk Manufactures, Committee to consider how to improve them, 8 June.

Writs, new, viz. Aldborough, 19 June. And Berks, 13 July.

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

WAKEMAN, Sir George, Information given of a lighted Match, and combustible Matter, found in his Stables; Mr. Roe to attend, 12 Nov.

Weale. Vide Privileges.

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

Williams. Vide Privileges.

Williamson, Secretary, on Information that he had signed several Commissions and Warrants to Popish Recusants, committed to Tower, 18 Nov.

Wines. Vide Supply.

Windham, Sir Edmond. Vide Privileges.

Wright, Mr. Vide Plot.

Writs, new, Clerk of Crown to take care they are delivered to Sheriffs, 21 Oct.
-, - ordered for Shoreham, Kingston upon Hull, Southampton Town, Northampton Town, East Grinsted, Downton, Eye, Flint County, Andover, and Pembroke County, 21 Oct. Dunwich, 8 Nov. Montgomery Town, 10 Dec. And Yarmouth, 21.
-, - Clerk of Crown to attend, 30 Oct. Examined touching Writs; Committee to inquire into Delays of issuing them, 31.

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

WARWICK County Election; Petition to be heard at Bar; Sheriffs to attend, 28 Mar. Referred to Committee of Privileges and Elections, 17 Apr. Report to be made, 2 & 3 May.

Watson. Vide Deane.

Westlow Election, Petition, 21 Mar.

Westminster Election, Petitions, 20 & 21 Mar.

Wharton, Mr. Vide Privileges.

White, Mr. Vide Privileges.

Wiggan Election, Petition, 19 Mar.

Williams. Vide Privileges.

Wilson. Vide Privileges.

Wilts Election, Petition, 25 Mar.

Windsor new Election, Petition, 19 Mar. Report to be made, 4 Apr. Made; Right of Election determined: Return to be amended 5.

Winnington, Sir Francis. Vide Privileges.

Wiseman, Sir Richard, to attend, 24 May.

Woollen, Bill for greater Ease of administering Oaths to be taken for burying therein, ordered, and recommended to Care of one Member, 1 May. Leave to bring it in, 22. Read, 23.
-, - Manufacture, Committee to inquire into the Causes of the Decay, and prepare Bill to rectify Abuses, and inspect Bill depending last Parliament to encourage wearing thereof, 2 May. Bill read, 20. Committed, 21.

Writs, new, viz. Plymouth, 19 Mar. Tregoney, 20. Camelford, 24. Preston, 2 Apr. Leicester, 17. Boston, 7 May. And Lymington, 17.

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

WALES, Bill to take away Court of Marches therein, ordered, 24 Nov. Read, 27. Order for Second Reading, 1 Dec. Committed, 3. Committees added, 4. Bill reported, and to be ingrossed, 17. Passed, 18.

Wallingford Election, Petition, 2 Nov.

Walrond. Vide Privileges.

Ward, Sir Patience. Vide Privileges.

Ware. Vide Privileges.

Waters. Vide Stafford.

Weights and Measures, Committee to prepare Bill to ascertain them, 31 Dec.

Welch, House informed he could give Account of a Prisoner in the Tower, who had Matters of Importance to discover relating to Lord Stafford, and the Plot; Matter referred to Committee on Plot; Welch to be brought to them, 3 Dec.

Wells Election; Report; Return to be amended, 27 Nov.

Westbury Election, Petition, 25 Oct. Report; late Mayor ordered into Custody; Return to be amended, 26 Nov. Amended, 27. Mayor's Petition to be read in full House, 1 Dec. Read, and to be considered, 8. Mayor censured, and discharged, 15.

Westminster Election, Petitions, 25 Oct. & 4 Nov. Report; Return to be amended, 14. Amended, 15.

Weston, Sir Richard, Committee to prepare Impeachment against him, 23 Dec. Impeachment to be expedited, 5 Jan. House informed he had signed a Writ of Habeas Corpus for bringing before him Sherridan, in Custody of Serjeant; Matter to be considered, 7.

Wharton, Robert, Petition referred to Committee of Privileges and Elections, 25 Oct.

Whitegrave, Sir Thomas. Vide Privileges.

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

Williams, Wm. chosen Speaker, 25 Oct. Vide Speaker.

Windsor, New, Election, Petition, 25 Oct. Report; Right of Election determined; Return to be amended, 4 Nov. Amended, 6.

Woollen, additional Bill for burying therein, read, 25 Oct. Committed, 26. Committee revived, and Order for sitting, 2 Nov. Committees added, 9. Bill reported, and to be ingrossed, 19. Passed, 17 Dec. Agreed to by Lords, 23.
-, - Manufacture. Vide Vagrants, and Turkey.
-, - Bill for Encouragement thereof, ordered, 29 Oct. Read, 1 Nov. Committed, 4. Petition presented, and referred, 9 & 26. Bill reported; Question for Ingrossment; Debate thereon adjourned, 30 Dec.

Writs, new, viz. Heydon, Radnor Borough, Launceston, Lymington, Monmouth County, Dorchester, and Melcombe Regis, 26 Oct. Applebee, Rochester, Clitheroe, and Rutland, 28. Cricklade, 10 Nov. Ipswich, 8 Dec. Agmondesham, 11. Middlesex, 15. Great Marlow, 21. And Chichester, 23.

Wythers, Sir Francis, House informed that he had offended against the Rights of the Subject; Order for his Attendance, 27 Oct. Attends; Order thereon, 28. Witnesses examined; Sir Francis receives Sentence of Expulsion on his Knees, 29.

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

WALES, Bill to take away Court of Marches therein, ordered, 25 Mar.

Westlow Election, Petition, 24 Mar.

Williams, Wm. chosen Speaker, 21 Mar.

Worcester City, Election, Petition to be heard at Bar, 24 Mar.

Writs, new, Newcastle under Line, 24 Mar. And Steyning, 26.

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

WE AVERS Petition for Bill to preserve their Trade, Bill ordered, 17 June.

Wallingford Election, Petition, 23 May.

Wells Election, Petition, 25 May.

Westminster. Vide Southwark, and Protestant.
-, - Bill for Judicature to determine Differences on Houses burnt or demolished, presented, 30 May.

Whitchurch Election, Petition, 23 May. Hearing before Committee deferred, 16 June.

Whittle, Thomas, and others, Petition, 6 June. Vide Hackney Coaches.

Wilts new Writ, 9 Nov.

Windham, Colonel, Petition, 11 June. Vide Cleveland.

Wines. Vide Supply.-French, and Vinegar, Bill to take off Prohibition of Importation of them, ordered, 18. June.

Wool, Bill to prevent Exportation of it, ordered, 3 June. Read, 16. Committed, 18. Petitions presented, and referred, 18 & 25. Order for sitting of Committee, 20. Committees added, 20 & 22.
-, - and Corn, Committee to consider Ways to keep up Price thereof, 5 June. Report; Order thereupon, 12. Committee revived, and Order for sitting, 22.

Woollen Manufacture, Bill for Encouragement thereof, presented, 2 June. To be read, 3. Read, 16. Committed, 19. Committee adjourned till Parties concerned attend, 22. Revived, and Order for sitting, 25.
-, - Bill for reviving the Law touching it in the West Riding of Yorkshire, ordered, 5 June.
-, - Committee to prepare Bill for wearing it, 12 June. Bill to be read, 22. Read, 23. Read Second time, 26. Debate thereon adjourned, 26 & 27.

Worthenbury, Bill to separate it from Parish of Bangor, ordered, 26 June. Read, 27.

Wotton-basset Election, Petition, 1 June.



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