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Assembly 1688.Gul. & Mar. Parl. 1. Sess. 1. A. 1688, & 1689.Gul. & Mar. Parl. 1. Sess. 2. A. 1689.Gul. & Mar. Parl. 2. Sess. 1. A. 1689, & 1690.&Gul. & Mar. Parl. 2. Sess. 2. A. 1690, & 1691.&Gul & Mar. Parl. 2. Sess. 3. A. 1691, & 1692.&Gul. & Mar. Parl. 2. Sess. 4. A. 1692, & 1693.

Assembly 1688.

ADDRESS of Thanks to the Prince of Orange, desiring him to take upon him the Administration of publick Affairs, and the Care of Ireland, and to call a Convention; Committee to prepare it, P. 5 & 6. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 26 Dec. Presented by the whole Assembly; Prince's Answer, 27. Further Answer to be entered in the Book of Proceedings; Copy of Address and Proceedings to be sent to Lord Mayor and Court of Aldermen, 28.

Assembly meets at St. James's, goes from thence to House of Commons, and chuses a Chairman; comes to several Resolutions, p. 5 & 6.-With Chairman; attends the Prince of Orange at St. James's, 27 Dec.-Proceedings to be kept among the Journals, 27.-Rises, without appointing a further Meeting, 28.

Association read, and approved of; to lie on the Table for such Members as please to sign; Clerk to attend with the Association till next Meeting, p. 6. Copy to be delivered, and recommended to Members for London, 28 Dec.

LONDON, Member for, acquaints the Assembly he had received a Paper from the Prince of Orange; Paper read, p. 5.-Members for, to sit in the House, p. 5.

ORANGE, Prince of, his Declaration of Reasons for appearing in Arms, p. 1, 2, 3, & 4.-Additional Declaration- calls an Assembly; his Speech, p. 5. His Letters for electing Members for the Convention, 28 Dec.

POWLE, Honourable Henry, chosen Chairman, p. 5.

Gul. & Mar. Parl. 1. Sess. 1. A. 1688, & 1689.

ABINGDON Election, Petition, 26 Jan. Parties to inspect Books and Papers relating to the Poll, and have Copies, if desired, 2 Feb. Report, 7 May.-New Writ, 8. Election, Petition, 3 June. Hearing before the Committee deferred, 21. Report to be made, 11 July, & 6 Aug.

Accounts of Money paid out of the Exchequer for Prosecution of Law-suits, ordered, 21 Feb. Presented, 22.-of Monies paid out of the Exchequer, in the Two preceding Reigns, for secret Services, ordered, 21.-of the yearly Value of the several Branches of Revenue, ordered, 27. Presented, 1 Mar.- of the Charges of the Dutch in their Expedition to England, presented to the House from a Committee, 14.-necessary for the Service of the House, in their Consideration of the Revenue.-of the Excise, severally ordered, 19. Presented, and referred to Committee on Revenue, 20. Vide Supply.- Of Charges upon the publick Revenue, ordered, 8 Apr. Presented, and referred to Committee on Navy. Vide Navy. Account to be entered in the Journals, 27.-Of the Amount of Duties on Portugal and Spanish Wines, ordered, 20 June. -of Monies paid out of the Exchequer, and to whom, for secret Services, since the Beginning of 1682, ordered, 13 July. -of Balance of Trade between England and France for Four Years, ending at Michaelmas, ordered, 6 Aug.
-, -Estimates of the Charge of the Navy, ordered, 19 Mar. Presented, and referred to Committee on Land and Sea Forces, 26.-of the Charge of Land-Forces and Ordnance for the Service of Ireland, delivered to a Committee, 21 Mar.

Acts read, 12 July.

Address of Thanks to the Prince of Orange on his Letter, and to desire he will continue the Administration of publick Affairs, moved for; Debate thereon; Committee to prepare it; Report; Lords Concurrence desired; signified, with an Amendment; Amendment agreed to-another from Lords, to desire he will take upon him the Administration of publick Affairs, and the Care of Ireland, agreed to, with an Amendment; Amendment agreed to by Lords; severally presented by both Houses, 22 Jan. Prince's Answer, 23.-For stopping Ships going to France, moved for; Question for amending the Question, disagreed to; Committee to prepare Address; Motion for desiring Lords Concurrence; previous Question, Neg. Address to be presented by one Member, 29. Prince's Answer, 31.
-, -of Thanks to the King and Queen, for their Answer; upon presenting the Declaration, 15 Feb. King's Answer, 18. -of Thanks to the King, on his Speech, 18. King's Answer, 20.-For a Donative to foreign Forces, to be presented by Two Members, 21.-for a Proclamation to apprehend Brent, 22.-of Thanks, on the King's Message relating to Hearth-money; Committee to prepare it; Report, 1 Mar. Presented by the whole House, 5. King's Answer, 6.-of Thanks, on the King's Message relating to suspected Persons- another from Lords to the same Purport, 1.-on Vote to stand by the King, Committee to prepare it, 1. Report; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 4. Desired at a Conference; signified, 5. Address presented by both Houses; King's Speech on Presentment, 8.-for suppressing several Soldiers in Rebellion, and for a Proclamation to declare them Rebels, Committee to prepare it; Report; Lords Concurrence desired; signified, with an Amendment; Amendment agreed to; to be presented by a select Number of both Houses, 15. King's Answer, 16.-of Thanks, on King's recommending an Act of Indemnity, Committee to prepare it, 25. Report, 28. King's Answer, 1 Apr.-for an Estimate what Fleet may be necessary for Summer's Service, and for an Extract of the Treaty between England and Holland, 25 Mar. King's Answer, 26. -of Thanks, on King's Declaration to maintain the Church as by Law established, Committee to prepare it; Instruction relating to Convocation, and Protestant Dissenters, 9 Apr. Report; Lords Concurrence to be desired, 13. Signified, with Amendments; Amendments agreed to, 16. Address presented, by both Houses, 19. King's Answer, 20.-On a Vote to stand by the King, if he enters into a War with France, Committee to prepare it, 16. Report re-committed to the same Committee, 19. Committee revived, and Order for sitting, 20. Address to be reported, 22. Reported, 24. Presented by the whole House, 25. King's Answer, and Address, to be printed, 26.-For Relief to the Irish Clergy, 22. King's Answer; 1 May.-for a Proclamation to discover the Author, Printer, and Publisher, of a Libel, intituled, "A "short History of the Convention, or new-christened Parlia"ment," 29 Apr.-for a Proclamation, to command all Papists to depart from London, 29.-for putting the Militia in Order, and appointing Ships to guard the Coast, 30. King's Answer, 1 May.-for Relief to Irish Protestants, 22 Apr. King's Answer, 1 May.-for Relief to French Protestants; King's Answer, 1.-concerning the Irish Protestants, Committee, on their Petition, to prepare it; Instruction relating to the Duke of Ormond, and others in the List of such as desire Relief, 16. Committees added, 16 & 17. Order for sitting of the Committee, 17. Report re-committed; Members to inquire what Stock of late King James remains undisposed of in several Companies, 22. Instruction to desire some other Fund may be appointed, if those resolved on fail; List to be printed, 23. Address to be reported, 25 & 27. Reported, and read Paragraph by Paragraph; Report from Members appointed to inquire what Stock late King James had undisposed of in several Companies; Debate, and Resolution thereon; Address re-committed to the same Committee; Committees added, 28. Printing the List deferred, 31. Report; Question that the List be printed, disagreed to; Debate touching the List adjourned, 13 June. Resumed; Address agreed to, 15. King's Answer, 19.-For removing from King's Presence and Councils Persons impeached in Parliament, moved for; Debate thereon, 1 June. Adjourned, 1 & 3.- That Commissions and Instructions, relating to Londonderry, may be transmitted to Committee on Irish Affairs, and that Colonel Lundee may be brought to the Committee, 3. King's Answer, 7.-For a Proclamation for apprehending Sir Adam Blaire and Dr. Grey, 15. King's Answer, 19.- From Lords, for fortifying Places opposite to France and Ireland; Debate thereon; Address committed, 18. Committees added, 18 June, & 11 July.-For taking into Custody Papists, and reputed Papists, and for seizing their Arms and Horses, 19 June. King's Answer, 28.-Of Thanks, for communicating Letters, and other Papers, intercepted coming from Ireland, 19. King's Answer, 28.-For settling a Lieutenant at DoverCastle, and putting the Militia of Cinque Ports in Order, moved for, 19. Ordered, 21.-That Members may inspect Books of the Privy Council, and Irish Committee, and take Copies of Orders and Instructions relating to Irish Affairs; Members appointed accordingly, 22. King's Answer, 28. -Another to the same Purport; Committee to prepare it; Instruction relating to the Dutch and English Fleets, 3 July. Further Instruction; Committee to withdraw, and sit during the Sitting of the House; Report, 5. King's Answer; Debate, and Resolution thereupon, 13. King's final Answer, 16.-For Ecclesiastical Preferment for Mr. Johnson, 24 June. -for Information what Number of Ships, and what Men and Guns for each Ship, Holland has furnished, or is obliged to furnish, for the Summer's Expedition, 26. Report, that the King being late at Council, there was not Time to present it, 28. King's Answer, and Extract of the Treaty presented, 2 July.-Of Thanks on the King's Speech, 28 June.-for inserting in all Treaties an Article to prohibit Trade with France, 1 July. King's Answer, 2.-For a Fund of Credit for such as will furnish Money for Relief of Irish Protestants, Committee to prepare it, 3. Report, 10. King's Answer, 13. -for bailing Colonel Richards, 6. King's Answer, 12.-of Thanks, on a Message relating to a Recess, and the Act of Indemnity, to be presented by one Member, 12. King's Answer, 16.-for making no further Grants of Light Houses till next Meeting of Parliament, 15. King's Answer, 10 Aug. -for removing the Duchess of Mazarine out of the King's Dominions, 15 July. King's Answer, 19.-for Members to inspect the Books of Privy Council and Treasury, relating to the Excise and Customs collected between the Death of Charles II. and the Parliament of James II. 15. King's Answer, 16.-to put the King in mind of the Address concerning Irish Protestants, 10 Aug.-for bailing Colonel Cunningham, 12. That Colonel Lundie may be sent to Londonderry, to be tried for the Treason laid to his Charge, 12.-for Preferment for the Chaplain, 20.-for a Commission of Oyer and Terminer to indict Persons that are, or have been, in Rebellion, 20.-for an Allowance to Mr. Oates for his Maintenance, 20.-of Thanks, on the King's Speech, 19 Oct.
-, -to be presented by one Member, 29 Jan. & 12 July.- by Two, 21 Feb. By a select Number of both Houses, 15 Mar.-Read, Paragraph by Paragraph, 28 May.

Adjournment upon special Resolution, 23 & 29 Jan. 31 July, & 9 Aug.-without doing Business, 30 Jan. 5 Mar. 12 Apr. & 5 June.-upon Motion before Twelve o'Clock, 1 Feb.-upon Motion, 31 July.-till Afternoon, 7 Feb. 5 Mar. 12 Apr. & 5 June.-upon a Division, 8 & 22 Feb. 18 May & 19 July. Upon King's Pleasure signified, 15 Feb. 18 July. 20 Aug. & 20 Sept. Question for it, disagreed to, 8 Mar.

Admiralty, Lords of, to attend a Committee, 21 Mar. Books to be inspected by a Committee, 22 June. Report sealed up, 3 July.

African Company, Petition, 27 July. Vide London.

Aid, Motion for Grant of. Vide Supply.

Albans, St. Duke of, Petition referred to Committee on Revenue Bill, 23 July. Vide Supply.

Alerston, Petition from, 8 July. Vide Sicklinghall.

Allegiance and Supremacy, Bill to alter the Oaths, ordered, 25 Feb. Read, 7 Mar. Committed; Instruction to take away the Oath touching the Militia, 14. Bill reported, and to be ingrossed, 16. Passed, 18. Another, from Lords, to the same Purport, 25 Mar. Read, 26. Committed, 28. Referred to a Committee of the whole House, on account of Delay in the select Committee, 4, 5, 6. 8 & 9 Apr. Report of Progress, 5 & 6. Bill reported; Consideration adjourned, 12. Resumed, 13. Bill passed, with Amendments and Clauses, 15. Returned from Lords, with Amendments to the Amendments, 18. Lords Amendments in Part disagreed to; Committee to assign Reasons, 19. To withdraw; Report; Conference desired, and agreed to; the same Committee to manage it; Conference held, and reported, 20. Another Conference, desired by Lords, agreed to; Managers appointed; additional Manager; Conference held, and reported; former Managers to withdraw, and prepare for a free Conference; Manager added; free Conference with Lords desired, agreed to; Managers appointed; free Conference held, 22. Conference desired by Lords; Debate thereupon; Messengers dismissed without Answer; Members sent for by Serjeant; Conference disagreed to, as unparliamentary, after a free Conference on same Subject; free Conference, desired by Lords, agreed to; Managers appointed; free Conference held, and reported; Proviso from Lords agreed to; Royal Assent, 24.-Bill to be reviewed, 22 & 29 May. Committee to prepare Bill for rectifying Mistakes therein, 31. Committees added; Order for sitting of Committee, 8 June.

Allington. Vide Privileges.

Alrewas Petition, 8 July. Vide Sicklinghall.

Amendments made by the House to a Bill from Lords, amended by Lords, 18 Apr. Committee to search Precedents touching Proceedings between the Two Houses in relation to Amendments of Bills, 24. Vide Bills.

Anderton. Vide Ireland.

Andover Election, Petition, 22 Jan. Report, and Right of Election determined, 1 Apr.

Appleby new Writ, 13 July.

Apsley, Sir Peter, and Sir Benjamin Bathurst, to attend, and give Account of the Contract and Lease of Excise and Customs about the Time of the Death of Charles 11. 15 July. Examined, 17.

Archer. Vide Privileges.

Armstrong, Sir Thomas, Bill to reverse his Attainder, ordered, 29 Apr.
-, -Lady Catharine, and Daughters, Petition, 18 May. Vide Prideaux.

Army thanked for their Adherence to the Protestant Religion, and being instrumental in preserving the Kingdom from Popery and Slavery, 1 Feb. Marshal Schomberg's Answer, 4. -Declaration from Lords, relating to the Army, brought by Managers at a Conference, 11.-Information given, that several Soldiers had rebelled at Ipswich; Debate thereon, 15 Mar. Vide Address.-Petition of Officers, Clothiers, and others, referred to a Committee, 6 May. Committees added, 13. Report to lie on the Table for future Consideration, 28 June. -Another Petition; Report considered, and to lie on the Table; Resolution thereupon, 16 July.-Bill for ordering the Army, read, 18 May.-Bill, from Lords, to regulate Administration of Oaths to Land-Officers, 8 June. Read, 15. Committed, 20. Committees added, 5 July. Bill reported, and passed, 13. Royal Assent, 25.

Arundel Ground, Bill, from Lords, for building on it, 23 May. Read, 24. Committed, 25. Committees added, 27. Bill reported, and passed; Royal Assent, 28.

Astley, Anne, Bill for naturalizing her, and others, read, 2 May. Parties take Oaths, 4 & 13. Bill committed, 9. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 11. Party's Name left out, for refusing to pay Fees; Bill passed, 17. Agreed to by Lords, 4 June. Royal Assent, 22.

Aston. Vide Godden.

Astrey, Sir Samuel, to attend, 4 & 17 June. Examined 8 & 18.

Atkins, Lord Chief Baron, to attend, 13 June. Examined, 14.

Attainder, Bill of, ordered, presented, and read, 20 June. Committed, 22. Instructions, 22. 24 & 29. Committee revived, and Order for sitting; Committees added, 29. Bill reported, and to be ingrossed, 9 July. Passed, 11. House puts Lords in mind of Bill, 24 July, 9 & 10 Aug. Conference desired by Lords, agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, and reported; Member to acquaint the House with Names of Witnesses who proved the Persons attainted to be in Rebellion, 2 Aug. Acquaints the House accordingly; Conference to be desired with Lords, 3. Desired, agreed to, held, and reported, 5. Bill returned from Lords, with Amendments; Amendments read, 20.

Aulnagers, Petition of Clothiers of Gloucester County, complaining of Abuses, referred to a Committee; Instruction, 15 Mar. Other Petitions presented, and referred, 27 Mar. 10 May, 5 & 8 July. Report to be made, 31 May. Made; Consideration adjourned, 6 June. Resumed; Report to lie on the Table.-Bill to regulate Abuses in collecting the Duty, ordered, and recommended to Care of one Member, 11. Presented, 29.-Another Bill to lay a Duty on Cloths at Customhouse instead thereof, ordered, 2 July. Read, 3. Order for Second Reading, 5. Committed, 20. Petition against Bill presented, and referred; King's Counsel to be heard at Bar, 24.

Gul. & Mar. Parl. 1. Sess. 2. A. 1689.

ABINGDON Election, Petition, 31 Oct. Books and Papers, relating thereto, to be re-delivered to Sir John Stonehouse, 26 Nov. Report to be made, 16. 18 & 23 Dec. Made; Right of Election determined; Return to be amended, 8 Jan. Amended, 10.

Accounts of the Charge of the War last Year-of the State of the War for the ensuing Year, severally ordered, 24 Oct. Presented, 1 Nov.-of Monies arising by the Revenue from 28 December 1688, to 24 June 1689-of Monies issued thereout, by way of Imprest, from 24 June, to 29 September, 1689, severally presented, 1 Nov.-of French Goods taken as Prize, or seized by Custom-house Officers, 11 Nov.

Acts read, 23 Dec.

Address for a State of the War for Year ensuing, 23 Oct. King's Answer, 28.-for a Proclamation to apprehend Colonel Ludlow, to be presented by one Member, 6 Nov. King's Answer, 8.-that Major Blackmore, and Captain Holden, be sent for in Custody from the East Indies, 6.-for appointing Persons to take Account of the Number, State, and Condition, of the Army in Ireland, 11. King's Answer, 14.-for securing Commissary Shales, his Accounts and Papers; to be presented immediately by one Member, 26. King's Answer, with Copy of a Letter to Duke Schomberg relating thereto, 27.-for Information who recommended Commissary Shales; Debate thereon adjourned, 26. Resumed; Committee to prepare it, 27. Report; same Committee to present it, 29. King's Answer, 2 Dec.-of Thanks, on Message relating to the Appointment of Commissioners for the Service of Ireland, 30 Nov. Resolutions to be communicated to the King on presenting Address, 2 Dec. King's Answer, 3.-relating to the ill Conduct of Affairs in Ireland, the Army, and Fleet, 14. Report read, Paragraph by Paragraph; Debate thereon; Address re-committed; Order for sitting of Committee, 21. -for Provision for the Prince and Princess of Denmark; Committee to prepare it, 18. Revived; Three to proceed on Business, 20. Report, 21. Address presented, 23. King's Answer, 30.-for appointing another Sheriff in the room of a Member, 7 Jan. Report, that another was appointed, 18.
-, -to be presented by one Member, 6 & 26 Nov.-immediately, 26.-by a Committee, 29.-Read, Paragraph by Paragraph, 21 Dec.

Adjournment upon special Resolution, 23 Oct. 23 Dec. 4 & 16 Jan.-Question for it, disagreed to, 23 Dec. & 20 Jan.

African Company, Petition for Bill to settle their Trade; Bill ordered, 27 Jan.

Allegiance, Bill to injoin taking the Oath, ordered, 9 Jan. Read, 20. Committed, 21.

Allen. Vide Privileges.

Armstrong, Lady and Daughters, Petition relating to the illegal Execution of Sir Thomas, referred to a Committee; Instruction, 12 Nov. Committees added, 13. Report, 19.
-, -Sir Thomas, Bill to reverse Attainder, ordered, and to pass without Fees, 19 Nov. Read, 30. Committed, 2 Dec. Committees added, 3 Dec. & 13 Jan. Bill to be reported, 9 Jan. Reported, and re-committed; Order for sitting of Committee; Instruction, 13. Bill reported from Re-commitment; Witness examined; Parties to attend, 20. Examined; Amendments further considered; Bill re-committed, 25.

Arnold. Vide Beaufort.

Astley, Bill for settling a Maintenance on the Minister, ordered, 30 Nov. Read, 6 Dec. Committed; Petition presented, and referred, 19.

Atkins. Vide Privileges.

Attainder of Persons in Rebellion; Committee to prepare Bill, 30 Oct.
-, - of Persons in Rebellion in Ireland on or since 14 February 1689, Committee to prepare Bill, 26 Nov. Report; Bill read, 10 Dec. Clause to vest in the Duke of Ormond all Estates made over by him, or Ancestors, to Persons in Rebellion in Ireland, ordered, 31.

Avery, Captain, Commissioners of the Admiralty to be acquainted with Complaint against him, and desired, on his Return, to send him to the House, 21 Dec. Order for his attending, 14 Jan. Examined; Matter referred to a Committee, 20.

Aulnage, Bill for collecting the Duty at Custom-house, ordered, 3 Jan. Read, 9. Order for Second Reading, 14. Counsel for and against Bill to be heard, 14. 18. & 20.

Gul. & Mar. Parl. 2. Sess. 1. A. 1689, & 1690.

ABJURATION, Committee to prepare an Oath, and Bill to injoin taking it; Instruction, 24 Apr. Bill read, 25. Read Second time; Question for Commitment, Neg. Question for rejecting, Affirmative, 26.

Accounts, publick. Vide Supply.

Address of Thanks, on King's Speech, and Vote to support him, to be presented by whole House, 22 Mar. Presented, 24 King's Answer, 25.-Of Thanks, for King's Care of the Church of England in late Alterations in the Lieutenancy of London, to be presented by whole House, 24 Apr. Presented, 28. King's Answer, 29.-for Preferment for present Chaplain, 23 May.

Adjournment till Afternoon, 24 Mar. & 28 Apr.-without doing Business, 24 & 26 Mar. 16 & 28 Apr.-upon a Question, 25 Mar.-upon a Division, 12 May.-on King's Pleasure signified, 23 May.-Questions for it, Neg. 14 & 24 Apr. 9. 13. 14, 15 & 20 May.

African Company, Petition for Bill to secure their Trade; Bill ordered, 31 Mar. Presented, 2 Apr. Read, 4. Committed; 21. 23 & 26 Apr. & 1 May. Petitions against Bill presented, and referred, 21, 22. 29 & 30 Apr. Bill and Petitions referred to a Select Committee, 6 May. Another Petition referred, 15.

Aldbrough Election, and double Return, Petitions, 24 Mar. Report to be made, 10 May. Made; Right of Election determined; Return to be amended, 17. Amended, 19.

Army, Petition of Officers and others, referred to a Committee, 22 Apr. Report; Ways to satisfy their Debts to be considered in Committee of whole House; Report referred to Committee on Ways and Means, 15 May. Vide Supply.

Arnold, John, Bill to reverse Judgment against him, presented, 3 Apr. Order for reading, 4. Read, 7. Withdrawn, 1 May.

Attainder. Vide Supply.

Aulnage, Bill for collecting it at Custom-house, ordered, 31 Mar. Presented, 4 Apr. Read, 24. Committed, 30 Apr. 2. 12. & 16 May. King's Counsel to be heard at Bar, 30 Apr. & 2 May. Matter relating to Bill, adjourned, 5. Petitioners Counsel to be heard, 9 & 10. Counsel for and against Bill heard, 12.

&Gul. & Mar. Parl. 2. Sess. 2. A. 1690, & 1691.

ACCOUNTS, publick, ordered, 8 Oct. Presented and referred to a Committee of Supply. Vide Supply. Abstract ordered, and Books to be re-delivered to Commissioners of the Treasury to prepare it, 9. Abstract presented, and referred to Committee of Supply, 11. Vide Supply.
-, - of the State of the War for next Year, ordered, 8. Presented, and referred to Committee of Supply, 9. Vide Supply.-from the Office of Ordnance, presented, and referred to Committee of Supply, 9 & 11. Vide Supply.-of Receipts and Disbursements of publick Money for the Army, Navy, and Ordnance, from 5 November 1688, to 30 June 1690, ordered, 13. Presented, and referred to a Committee, 24 & 25.-of sick and wounded Seamen, ordered, to be delivered to the same Committee-of all Prize Goods and Ships, ordered, 25.-relating to the Army, presented, and referred to Committee on Navy, 8 & 14 Nov. Vide Navy.-relating to the Navy, presented, and referred to the same Committee, 10.-of the Produce of the additional Excise, and of the Customs, appropriated to defray the Charges of the Dutch, severally ordered, 27 Dec. Presented, 29.
-, -Estimates of the marine Regiments presented, and referred to a Committee, 25 Oct.

Address of Thanks to the King, for hazarding his Royal Person for reducing Ireland, and of Congratulation on his Success and Return-of Thanks to the Queen, for her prudent Administration during the King's Absence, severally to be prepared by a Committee, 6 Oct. Reported, 8. Presented, 9. King and Queen's Answers, 10.-for State of the War for next Year, 8. King's Answer, 9.-that the Names and Estates of Persons in Rebellion in Ireland may be transmitted to the House; Committee to prepare it, 20. Report; Question that Address be agreed to, Neg. 22.-for providing a sufficient Number of Seamen for next Year, Committee to prepare it, 10 Nov. Report; re-committed, 11.-for an Embargo on all Ships, except as excepted, 1 Dec. King's Answer, 3.-another relating to the Embargo, 9.-for a Proclamation, with a Bounty to such Seamen as are or shall come into the Service, 2 Jan. King's Answer, 3.-for Preferment for Chaplain, 3.
-, -to be presented immediately, 1 Dec.

Adjournment upon Question, 8 & 11 Sept. & 6 Oct.-upon special Resolutions 2 & 14 Oct.-till Afternoon, 9.-without doing Business, 9.-upon a Division, 10 Nov.-upon King's Pleasure signified, 31 Dec. 31 Mar. & 28 Apr.

Admiralty, Bill, from Lords, concerning Commissioners, 30 Oct. Order for reading, 1 Nov. Read, 4. committed, and reported, 7. Read Third time; Debate thereon; Question for Adjournment of Debate, Neg. Bill passed, with Amendments, 11. Amendments agreed to by Lords, 17. Royal Assent, 18.

African Company, Petition for Bill to confirm their Charter, referred to a Committee, 17 Oct. Petitions against Company presented, and referred, 21. 24. & 30 Oct. & 1 Nov. Report to be made, 24. Made-Bill ordered thereupon, 26. Presented, 5 Dec. Order for reading, 23. Read, 29. Petition against Bill to lie on Table for future Consideration, 1 Jan.

Agmondesham new Writ, 2 Oct.

Aldbrough Election, Petition, 6 Oct.

Apothecaries Company, Petition, 1 Nov. Vide Surgeons.

Armourers Petition, 11 Nov. Vide Militia.

Armstrong. Vide Privileges.

Army. Vide Supply.

Ashe. Vide Haberdashers.

Atkins. Vide Privileges.

Attainder. Vide Supply.

Aulnage, Committee to consider Abuses in collecting it, 11 Oct. Committees added, 20. Report to be made, 13. 15. 18. & 21 Nov. Made-Bill for transferring the Collection to the Custom-house, ordered, 24. Presented, 28. Read, 29. Order for Second Reading, 1 Dec. Committed; Duchess of Richmond to be heard before Committee; Instruction; Petition presented, and referred, 6. Committees added, 13. Bill to be reported, 16 & 17. Reported; Question, that Lord Cornbury be heard at Bar, Neg. Bill to be ingrossed, 19. Passed, 22.

Aylesbury, Earl of, Bill, from Lords, for Payment of Debts, and leasing Estates, 23 Dec. Read, 24. Committed, 26. Reported, and passed, 30. Royal Assent, 5 Jan.
-, -new Writ, 31 Mar. Election, Petition, 28 Apr.

&Gul & Mar. Parl. 2. Sess. 3. A. 1691, & 1692.

ACCOUNTS publick. Vide Supply.
-, -State of Incomes and Issues from 5 November 1688, to Michaelmas last, ordered, 10 Nov. Presented, 1 Dec. Vide Supply.-State of the Revenue, and Computation of Civil List, ordered, 6 Jan. Presented, 7. Referred to Committee on Ways and Means, 11. Vide Supply.
-, -Estimates of State of the War for next Year, ordered, 6 Nov. Presented, and referred to Committee of Supply, 9. Vide Supply.-Of Charge of Land Forces in England, Scotland, and West Indies-of Charge of General Officers, Hospitals, Ordnance, and Artillery-of Charge of Transportation, severally ordered, 25. Presented, and referred to Committee of Supply, 28 Nov. & 7 Dec. Vide Supply.

Act read, 30 Oct.

Address congratulatory to King, on his happy Success in, and safe Return from, Ireland-of Thanks to Queen, for her prudent Administration during King's Absence; Committee to prepare them, 27 Oct. Severally reported, 28. Presented, 29. King and Queen's Answers, 30.-for State of the War for next Year, 6 Nov. King's Answer, 9.-for Confessions and Examinations of Mr. Preston and Lord Crone, 16. King's Answer, 20. Vide Preston.-for incorporating East India Company, 18 Dec.-for Preferment for Chaplain, renewed, 19.-for a blank Pass for Mr. Fuller, 4 Jan. King's Answer, 6.-for a convenient Place to sit in till House is repaired, 9. King's Answer, 18. For dissolving present East India Company, and constituting another, 6 Feb. King's Answer, 11. -for prosecuting Mr. Fuller, 24.
-, -of former Sessions, renewed, 19 Dec.

Adjournment upon special Resolution, 22 Oct.-till Afternoon, -without doing Business, 29.-upon a Division, 19 Feb.-on King's Pleasure signified, 24.
-, -Question for it, disagreed to, 9 Dec. & 22 Feb.

Albury and North Mims, Bill, from Lords, for enfranchising Lands held of that Manor, 10 Dec. Order for reading, 14. Read, 16. Committed, 29. Reported, 8 Jan. Passed, with Amendments; Amendments agreed to by Lords, 21. Royal Assent, 24 Feb.

Aldbrough Election, Petition, 22 Oct. Another Petition presented, but not received, 4 Nov. Report to be made, 27. Made, 1 Dec.

Allegiance. Vide Ireland.

Andrews. Vide East India.

Anne, St. Westminster, Bill for finishing the Parish Church, ordered, 14 Dec. Read, 15. Committed, 18. Reported, and to be ingrossed; Petition against Bill, read, 24. Bill Passed, 30.

Army, Petition of Officers, and others, referred to a Committee, 2 Feb.

Aulnage, Bill to transfer Collection of Duty to Custom house, ordered, 2 Nov. Read, 7. Order for Second Reading, 20. Read; Debate thereon-new Bill ordered, 21. Read, 23. Order for Second Reading, 24. Committed; Petition presented, and referred, 1 Dec. Committees added, 2. 4 & 8. Bill to be reported, 1 & 4 Jan. Reported; Petition against Bill presented, and read; Question, that Petitioners be heard at Bar, Neg. Bill re-committed; Counsel to be heard before Committee; Committees added, 5. Bill reported from Recommitment, and to be ingrossed, 14. Order for Third Reading, 18. Passed, 20. House put Lords in mind of Bill 22 Feb.

Aylesbury Election, Petition, 22 Oct. Report to be made, 22 & 27 Jan. Made, 28.
-, -Earl and Countess of, Bill, from Lords, to make a Lease, determinable on Death, absolute, read, 24 Nov. Committed, 30. Reported, and passed, with Amendments, 3 Dec. Amendments agreed to by Lords, 8. Royal Assent, 24.

&Gul. & Mar. Parl. 2. Sess. 4. A. 1692, & 1693.

ACCOUNTS. Vide Supply.
-, -of Incomes and Issues of publick Money, ordered, 10 Nov. Presented, 15.-State of Revenue, with Loans, Debts, and Pensions, charged thereupon, ordered, 25 Nov. Presented, 28. Read, and referred to the Committee of Supply, 29. Vide Supply.-Of the Army in Ireland from 1 April, to be presented to a Committee, 2 Dec.
-, -Estimate of State of War for next Year, ordered, 22 Nov. Presented, and referred to Committee of Supply, 25.

Acourt, Henry, Petition; Question for reading it, Neg. 7 Feb. Read, 28. Vide Lotteries.

Address of Thanks to King on his Speech, and Congratulation on his safe Return-another to Queen, on her prudent Administration during King's Absence; severally to be prepared by a Committee, 10 Nov. Reported, 11. Presented, 14. King and Queen's Answer, 15-for all foreign Alliances, 10. King's Answer, 12-for a State of the War for next Year -for the Treaty with Denmark, 22.-for removing Bohun, Licenser of the Press, from his Employment, 21 Jan. King's Answer, 24.-relating to Mismanagements in Ireland; Committee to prepare it, 24 Feb. Report, 4 Mar. Address presented by whole House, 9. King's Answer, 10.-relating to East India Company, 25 Feb. King's Answer, 3 Mar.
-, -Question for it, Neg. 30 Nov.

Adjournmeent till Afternoon-without doing Business. 14 Nov. & 9 Mar.
-, -Question for it, Neg. 1 Mar.

Alliances. Vide Treaties.

Army, Petition of Officers, Clothiers, and others; Debate thereon adjourned, 23 Feb.

Ashby, Sir John, to attend, 12 Nov. His Answer, 15. Examined; commended for his ingenuous Behaviour, and dismissed from further Attendance, 19.

Atwood, Abel, and Wife, Petition for Bill to sell Lands for Payment of Debts, and Provision for Children; Question for reading it, Neg. 23 Nov.-Bill, from Lords, for that Purpose, 24 Jan. Read, 28. Committed; Petition against Bill referred, 18 Feb. Bill reported, 10 Mar.
-, -Henry, Petition, 3 Feb. Vide Atwood, supra.

Aulnage, Bill for transferring the Duty to Custom-house, ordered, 14 Nov. Read, 15. Committed; Committee impowered to bring in a Clause in favour of Mr. Seys, 18. Committees added, 22 & 28 Committee revived, and Order for sitting, 16 Dec. Bill reported, 22. Committed to a Committee of whole House, in order to fill up Blanks, 22. 28 & 31 Dec. 5. 11. 13, 14 & 17 Jan. To be reported, 19. 25 & 27 Jan. Reported, and to be ingrossed; Petition presented; Question for receiving it, Neg. 1 Feb. Bill passed, 6. House put Lords in mind of Bill, 4 & 10 Mar.