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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.

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

CALLFORD Petition owned, 5 Apr. Vide Cartwright, infra.

Cambridge, Petitions from, 26 Mar. Vide Supply.-20 June. Vide Norwich.

Canterbury, Bill for Court of Conscience, ordered, 12 Apr.
-, - Petition from, 2 May. Vide Corporations.
-, - Dean of, desired to preach, 30 May. Excuses himself on account of Illness, 31.

Cardigan County Election, Petition, 4 Feb. Report, 20 June.

Cartwright, John, and others, Petition, Petitioners called in to own it, 5 Apr. Vide Grievances.

Chancellor, Lord. Vide Great Seal.

Chandois, Lord, Petition of his Daughter, 5 Aug. Vide Supply.

Channel-row, Petition from, 8 July. Vide Sicklinghall.

Chaplin, Lady Anne, Petition, 5 Aug. Vide Supply.

Charles II. Petitions of his Servants, 19 & 23 July. Vide Supply.

Cheeke, Lætitia, Petition, 29 July. Vide Supply.

Chester, Bishop of, excepted out of Bill of Indemnity, 1 July.

Chettle, Bill for Sale of Lands for Payment of Debts, ordered, 8 May. Presented, 10. Read, 11. Committed, 13. Committees added, 14. Bill reported, and to be ingrossed, 22 June. Passed, 26. Returned from Lords, with Amendments, 6 July. Amendments agreed to, 8. Royal Assent, 25.

Child, Robert. Vide Privileges.
-, - Sir Josiah. Vide East-India.

Chocolate. Vide Supply.

Cholmley. Vide Privileges.

Cholmondeley, Mr. to attend, and take Oaths, 11 May. Excuses himself by Letter, on account of Illness, intimates an Unwillingness to take them, and desires a new Writ may be issued; to attend; Member undertakes to give him Notice, 22.

Christ's Hospital, Petition of Governors, 7 Aug. Vide Supply.

Clapham, John, Petition, 26 Mar. Vide Wales.

Clauses, Proviso in Paper added to a Bill after Third Reading, 22 Feb. Committed, 10, 11. & 20 June, & 9. July. Rejected, 15 & 18 Mar & 3 Apr.

Clayton, Sir Robert, 14 May. Vide Prideaux.

Cleveland, Duchess of, Petition, 20 July. Vide Supply.

Clergy thanked for their Opposition to Popery, the pretended dispensing Power, and ecclesiastical Commission, 1 Feb. Archbishop's Answer, 2.

Clerk, and Clerk-Assistant, appointed by the House, 22 Jan.- Serjeant being sick, to clear the Speaker's Chamber, and Gallery, 2 Feb.-To attend Speaker at the Coronation-to search Journals for Precedents, 8 Apr.-to send Notice to absent Members to attend-to receive 5s. for the Poor of Members who have Leave of Absence, 11 May.-to deliver. Papers, relating to Sir James Smith, to Attorney or Solicitor-general, 18.-to deliver Accounts to the Chairman of a Committee, 15 July.-to deliver all Papers relating to London, 20 Aug.
-, -Assistant permitted to quit the Service of the House, 6 Mar.
-, -of the Crown delivers Book of Returns to the Clerk of the House, and to perfect it, 22 Jan.-to attend with Commissions, & c. touching the collecting Customs and Excise, from the Death of Charles II. to the Parliament of James II. 15 July.
-, -of King's Bench to attend, 17 June. Examined, 18.

Clothiers Petition, relating to Bill for preventing Exportation of Wool, withdrawn, on account of Irregularity, 29 July.-Another Petition read, 30.

Coals. Vide London.

Cock, Mary, Petition, 18 July. Vide Revenue.

Coffee. Vide Supply.

Coins, Committee to consider of Abuses in impairing them, 1 May.

Colchester Election, Petition, 22 Jan.
-, -Petition from, 13 Apr. Vide Supply.
-, -Bill for Court of Conscience, ordered, 13 May.

Committees, grand, appointed, 22 Jan. All that come to have Voices, 22 Jan. 15. 18. 23. & 28 Mar. 1. 18. 22, 23. & 30 Apr. 2. 4. 14, 15. 17. & 22 May, 8. 19, 20. 26. & 28 June, & 12 Aug.-to proceed to Business, if Three present, 22, 23. & 29 Jan. 3 & 8 Feb. 1. 5. 13. 16. & 25 Mar. 24 Apr. 8. 10. 22. & 26 June. 3. 24, & 25 July. If Five present, 20. 22. & 25 Feb.-to withdraw, 22, 23. & 29, Jan. 8 Feb. 1 & 15 Mar. 20. 22, & 23 Apr. 10 July, & 19 Aug.-to report with Speed, 22, 23. & 29 Jan. 1. 5. 13. 15. 19, 20. & 25 Mar. 9. 16. 18, & 19 Apr. 6. 9, 10, 11. 18. & 28 May. Opinion, 22 & 29 Jan. 5 & 18 Apr. 11 May, 7 & 17 June, & 4 July. Fact, 22 Feb. 20 Mar. & 6 May. Matter, 13 Mar. 5 & 18 Apr. 11 & 20 May, 4 & 8 July.-all adjourned, except those excepted, 31 Jan. 6. 8. 11. 13. & 15 Feb. 20. 22. & 25 Mar. 1. 4, 5. 22. 25. & 27 Apr. 8. 14. & 29 May. 15. 19. & 27 June. 10 & 29 July, 5 & 7 Aug.-all revived, 15. 21. 23. & 26 Mar. 3. 8. 12. 17. 23, 24. 26. & 30 Apr. 6. 9, 10. 15. 17. 20, 21. 27, 28. & 30 May. 6. 20, 21, 22. 25. & 29 June. 5, 6. 8. 12. 17. 19. 23. & 30 July, & 12 Aug.-particular revived, 20. 25, 26 & 27 Mar. 1. 13. 17. & 22 Apr. 2. 14, 15. 17. 21, 22, & 23 May. 7. 12, 13, 14. 18. 20. 22, 23. 26. & 29 June. 1. 2. 10. 13. 18. & 22 July, & 15 Aug. -to sit during Adjournment, 23 Jan. 5 & 25 July.-abovestairs, to attend, 29 Jan. & 1 Mar.-to sit de die in diem, 28 May. 4 & 29 June, & 3 July.-Chairman to receive Petitions, Accounts, and other Papers, 28 & 29 Jan. 15 July, & 20 Aug.-Committee to receive Petitions, 12 Apr.-Persons ordered into Custody for refusing to attend, 7 May, & 14 June.

Comprehension. Vide Subject.

Compter, Keeper of. Vide Brent.

Comyns, Information given of Letters received by him, pretending to contain Accounts of Persons raising Forces in the North; Informers examined; Comyns to attend, 18 Mar. Examined; the Whole appears a Mistake, 19.

Conferences. Vide Nation, Declaration, Orange, Papists, Allegiance, Great Seal, Supply, Toleration, Oates, Succession, and Tythes.-Vote, that it is unprecedented to have a Message for a Conference after a free Conference on same Subject, 24 Apr.-Committee to consider Methods of Proceedings between the Houses upon Conferences in passing Bills, 31 May. Order for sitting, 8 June. For making Report, 8 June, & 5 July. Committees added, 9.-Conference to be desired with Lords for settling Methods of Proceedings upon Conferences and free Conferences; Committee to assign Reasons, 6 Aug. Report to be made, 12. Made; Conference to be desired, 13.
-, -incidental Proceedings thereat, Members, except those excepted, sent for from the Painted Chamber, and Clerk to take down the Names of those who disobey the Order, 6 Feb. -Declaration delivered to Lords by Managers, 8.-Sent back by them, 11.-Managers bring Votes from Lords, 11 & 12. -Bring a Proclamation to proclaim Prince and Princess of Orange King and Queen, 12.

Convention meets, 22 Jan.

Cooke, Mr. to attend, 17 June. Examined, 18.
-, -Younger, Petition for Bill for Sale of Lands for Payment of Debts; Bill ordered, 5 Mar. Read, 15. Committed, 26. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 16 Apr. Passed, 20. Agreed to by Lords, 26. Royal Assent, 1 May.

Copley, Colonel. Vide Privileges, and Hull.

Cordwainers Petition, 1 May. Vide Leather.

Corn and Grain, Bill for Exportation thereof, read, 19 Mar. Committed, 23. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 1 Apr. Passed, 3. Agreed to by Lords, 22. Royal Assent, 24.
-, -and Grain, Bill for settling Measures thereof, read, 2 May. Committed; Instruction, 17.

Cornish, Henry, Bill, from Lords, to reverse his Attainder, 13 June. Read, 15. Committed, 21. Reported, and passed, with an Amendment; Amendment agreed to by Lords; Royal Assent, 22.
-, -Executors of, Petition, 2 Apr. Vide Grievances.

Coronation, Message from the King relating thereto, 5 Apr. Committee to consider how the House may be properly accommodated; Serjeant to take into Custody Persons coming into the Places appointed for Members, 6. Report; Resolution, and Order thereupon, 8. Marshal Schomberg desired to keep Passages clear, 9.
-, -Oath, Committee to inspect it, 25 Feb. Report re-committed to same Committee, on account of the Non-attendance of several Committees, 22 Mar. Information given, that the Committee could come to no Determination; House goes into a Committee thereupon; Report-Committee to prepare a Bill to establish it, 25. Bill read twice, and committed to same Committee; Committees added, 26. Bill reported, and to be ingrossed, 27. Passed, 28. Agreed to by Lords, 6 Apr. Royal Assent, 9.

Corporations, Bill for repealing the Act for governing them, ordered, 25 Feb. Read, 7 Mar. Committed; Instruction moved for; Debate thereon adjourned, 1 Apr.
-, -Motion for a select Committee to consider Violations of Corporations; previous Question, Neg. 25 Feb.
-, -Bill for restoring them, ordered, 16 Mar. Order for presenting, 27 Apr. Bill read, 30. Committed; Petition presented, and referred, 2 May. Bill to be reported, 18 July. Reported; Report in Part considered, 23.

Coventry, Petition from, 1 Apr. Vide Supply.

Coventrye, Mr. Secretary, Bill for Sale or Leasing a House, read, 18 Apr. Committed, 20. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 27. Passed, 30. Royal Assent, 24 May.

Coulson, Thomas, Petition, 14 May. Vide Prideaux.

Courts of Justice, grand Committee appointed, 22 Jan.

Cricklade Election, Petition, 22 Jan. Report; Proceedings of Bailiff to be specially reported; Bailiff ordered into Custody, 1 Apr. Return amended, 5. Bailiff reprimanded, and discharged, upon his Petition, 13.

Crouch. Vide Privileges.

Crown. Vide Succession.

Culliford, John, Petition, 4 June. Vide Speke.

Curtius, Charles, Petition, 3 Aug. Vide Supply.

Customs. Vide North, Humberson, Clerk of the Crown, and Noel. Petitions from London, complaining of Officers, referred to a Committee, 5 Apr. From Norwich and Berwick, presented, and referred, 5 & 8. Committees added, 8.
-, - Committee to collect what they conceive necessary out of Books presented to the House, touching Collection of Excise and Customs, 17 July. Report to lie on the Table for future Consideration, 25.

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

CAMBRIDGE University, new Writ, 23 Jan.

Cane Chairs, Couches, and Squabs, Bill to prohibit making them, read, 28 Nov.-Bill committed; Petitions referred, 19 Dec. Committees added, 8 Jan. Bill to be reported, 23.

Caners of Chairs, and others, Petition, 5 Dec. Vide Cane Chairs, supra.

Capell, Price, and Swaine, Petition relating to Discoveries of treasonable and seditious Persons made by them; Petitioners heard at Bar; Petition referred to a Committee, 17 Dec. Another Petition of Swaine presented, and referred; Order for sitting of the Committee, and for Keeper of Newgate to attend, with his Mittimus, 18 Jan. Report; same Committee to inquire why, and by whom, Capell was committed; revived, and Order for sitting; Committees added, 24.

Capias, Process of, Bill to take it away for Debts under 40s. ordered, 22 Nov. Read, 23 Jan.

Castlemain, Earl of, to be brought to House by the Governor of the Tower, 26 Oct. Examined; to be charged in the Tower, by Warrant, for High Treason; Resolution for inserting particular Words in the Warrant; his Request to be further heard, assented to, 28.

Champneys. Vide Convoys, infra.

Chocolate. Vide Supply.

Cholmley, Mr. a Member, to attend, 7 Jan.-Heard; refuses to take Oaths; withdraws; committed, 9.

Churchill, Mr. a Member, committed, for requiring and receiving Money for Convoys, 18 Nov. Discharged, upon his Petition, 28.

Cinque-ports, Bill to declare Right of Election, read, 21 Jan. Committed, 24.

Clauses committed, 16 Dec.-Withdrawn, 10 Jan.

Clerk of House has Leave to attend Lords, 7 Jan.

Coffee. Vide Supply.

Colchester, Bill for Court of Conscience, ordered, 25 Oct. Read, 16 Dec. Committed, 23.

Colson, Sarah, Petition; 30 Oct. Vide East-India Company.

Colt, Henry Dutton. Vide Beaufort.

Committees, grand, appointed, 23 Oct. To proceed to Business, if Three present, 24, 25. 28. & 30 Oct. 26 Nov. & 20 Dec. If Five present, 30 Oct. & 27 Nov.-All that come to have Voices, 23. 25. & 30 Oct. 2. 6. & 16 Nov. 19 Dec. 21. 24, 25. & 27 Jan.-To examine Witnesses, 25 Oct.-to report with convenient Speed, 30. Oct. 12 Nov. 5 & 14 Dec. & 15 Jan. Opinion, 23 Oct. Nov. 20 & 27 Jan. Matter, 12. 14. & 18 Nov. 17 & 18 Dec. 20 & 27 Jan.-To sit de die in diem, 7 Nov.-All adjourned, except those excepted, 2. 4. 8. 14. 18. & 27 Nov. 2. 7. 13. 17, 18. & 23 Dec. & 21 Jan.-All revived, 30 Oct. 6. 9. 11. 20. 23. 25. & 28 Nov. 10, 11. 18. & 19 Dec. 8. 11. 13. 15. & 25 Jan.- Particular revived, 26 Oct. 6 & 7 Nov. 4, 5. & 20 Dec. & 24 Jan.-Papers to be delivered to Chairman, 16 Nov. Party ordered into Custody for Prevarication before Committee, 26 Nov.-Question, that all be adjourned, Neg. 21 Nov.

Conningsby. Vide Privileges.

Convoys, Petition of Merchants of London, complaining of Abuses; Petitioners called in to own it; examined; Member to attend; Petitioners, and any other Complainants, to be heard at Bar, 13 Nov. Several Persons to attend, 16. Heard; Member committed, 18. Vide Churchill.

Cooke, Richard, Bill from Lords, for Sale of Lands to pay Debts, and raise Portions, 3 Jan. Read, 20. Committed, 23.

Cope, Sir John, Petition, 24 Jan. Vide Bankrupts.

Corporations, Committee to prepare Bill for restoring them, 30 Oct. Order for presenting, 7 Nov. Bill read, 12. Order for Second Reading, 25 & 29. Petition from Thetford, presented, 6 Dec. Bill committed; 19. To be reported, 30. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 2 Jan. Order for Third Reading, 4. Passed, 10. Courts of Justice, grand Committee appointed, 23 Oct.

Curriers. Vide Tanners.

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

CAPIAS, Process of, Bill for taking it away for Debts under 40s. read, 22 Mar. Committed, 5 Apr. Reported, to be ingrossed, and passed, 30.

Cardigan, County, Complaint that Sheriff had made no Return; Sheriff ordered into Custody, 1 Apr. Discharged, upon Motion, 4.
-, - Election, Petition, 8 Apr.

Carington. Vide Privileges.

Carnarvon, Complaint that Sheriff had made no Return; Sheriff to be summoned by Serjeant, 2 Apr. Ordered into Custody, 4. Discharged, upon Motion, 8.

Chester Election, Petition, 27 Mar.

Chichester Election, Petitions, 24 Mar.

Christ-church Election, Petition, 28 Mar.

Cinque-ports, Bill to regulate Elections therein, presented, 28 Mar. Read, 8 Apr. Read Second time, and to be ingrossed, 24. Passed, 28. Returned from Lords, with Amendments, 2 May. Amendments agreed to, 3. Royal Assent, 20.

Cirencester Election, Petition, 24 Mar.

Clapson. Vide Privileges.

Clerk of the Crown not to alter Returns, 12 Apr.

Clothiers Petition, 23 May. Vide Woollen.

Coals, Bill, from Lords, to regulate the Price and Measure, 9 Apr. Lords put House in mind of Bill, 17. Bill read, 28. Committed, 29.

Cockermouth Election, Petition, 1 Apr.

Coin, Petition of Goldsmiths in London, relating to Exportation of Silver, referred to a Committee, 9 Apr. Special Report; re-committed to same Committee; Bill to be prepared; Committee to sit de die in diem; Committees added; Officers of the Mint to attend, 8 May. Report-Bill to discourage the Exportation, and encourage the Importation, of Bullion, read, 19.

Colchester Election, Petition, 24 Mar.

Committees, grand, appointed, 22 Mar.-All that come to have Voices, 22 Mar. 2 Apr. 6, 7, 8 & 20 May.-to report Opinion, 22 Mar. 9. 15. 22, 23 & 26 Apr. Matter, 25 Mar. & 26 Apr. With convenient Speed, 15 Apr.-to withdraw immediately, 20 May.-all adjourned, except those excepted, 31 Mar. 2. 14. 21. & 24 Apr. 1. 5, 6. 14, 15, 16 & 17 May. -all revived, 4. 10. 15. 23 & 29 Apr. 1. 3. 10. 13. 19 & 22 May.-particular adjourned, 24 Mar. 15 & 28 Apr.- particular revived, 28 Apr. 8 & 20 May.-to sit de die in diem, 15 Apr. 8 & 20 May.-to proceed to Business, if Five present, 15. 17 & 29 Apr. & 9 May. If Three present, 15 & 22 May.-Chairman to present ingrossed Bills after Examination, 6 May.-Committee impowered to turn a Bill into Two, if they think fit, 10.-to adjourn, and alter the Place of Meeting, 14.

Conferences. Vide Queen, and Messages.

Corporations, Bill for restoring them, ordered, and recommended to the Care of one Member, 17 May.

Coventry Election, Petition, 24 Mar.
-, - Mr. Bill to supply a Defect in a late Act for Sale of his House, ordered, 31 Mar. Presented, 3 Apr. Read, 4. Committed, 5. Committees added, 8. Bill reported, and to be ingrossed, 9. Passed, 12. Agreed to by Lords, 17. Royal Assent, 23.

Courts of Justice, grand Committee appointed, 22 Mar.

Cricklade Election, Petition, 1 Apr.

Cuddon, Information given of a Letter received by him relating to Papists in Arms in the North; examined; Letter read; Cuddon, and Members for Northumberland, to acquaint the Earl of Shrewsbury therewith; the Earl's Answer, 15 Apr.

Cummins. Vide Privileges.

Curtius, Adolph, Petition relating to Debt due from the Crown, 22 Apr.

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

CAMPBELL, James, Bill for annulling his Marriage, ordered, 3 Dec. Read, 4. Committed, 5. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 8. Petition against Bill, presented, and read; Bill passed, 9. Agreed to by Lords, 15. Royal Assent, 20.

Cardigan County Election, Petition, 6 Oct. Report to be made, 24 Nov. Made, 28.

Chambre, de la, Francis, Bill from Lords, for naturalizing him, and others, 17 Nov. Read, 20. Parties take Oaths, 22. 24 & 29. Bill committed, 29. Reported, 4 Dec. Read Third time; Person's Name added; Bill passed, with Amendments, 12. Amendments agreed to by Lords, 15. Royal Assent, 20.

Cheese. Vide Butter.

Chester Election, Petition, 6 Oct. Report to be made, 28 Nov. Made, 2 Dec.

Chichester Election, Petitions, 16 Oct.

Chippenham new Writ, 24 Nov. Election; Petition to be heard at Bar, 16 Dec.

Christ-church Election, Petition, 15 Oct.

Christie Mr. Vide Privileges.

Churches and Chancels, Bill for repairing them, ordered, 21 Oct.

Cirencester Election, Petition, 6 Oct. Report to be made, 1 Nov. Made; Right of Election determined; Report in part recommitted; Order for sitting of the Committee; Steward to attend them, 4. Report from Re-commitment; Matter to be heard at Bar, 8. Overseers Books to be left with Clerk; to be inspected by Parties, 17. Matter heard; Return to be amended, 25. Amended, 26.

Clauses committed, 21 Nov.

Clifton, Sir Gervas, Petition, 21 Nov. Vide Bagnall.

Coals, Bill for regulating the Measures and Prices, read; 2 Oct. -Another, from Lords, to same Purport, 24. Read, 27. Committed, 11 Nov. Reported, 2 Dec. Passed, with Amendments, 12. Amendments agreed to by Lords, 15 Royal Assent, 20.

Colchester Election, Petition, 6 Oct. Report, 11 Nov.
-, -Petition from, 12 Dec. Vide Supply.

Committee to receive Accounts, 25 Oct. Delivers Papers to House, 17 Dec.

Committees, grand, appointed, 2 Oct.-All that come to have Voices, 6. 11. 17 & 31 Oct. & 15 Dec.-to report Opinion, 6. 11. 14. 16, 17. 21 25 & 27 Oct. 3. 7 & 11 Nov. & 13 Dec. Matter, 16 & 27 Oct. With Speed, 13 Dec.-to proceed to Business, if Three present, 6. 20 & 31 Oct. If Five present, 18 Oct. & 10 Nov.-All adjourned, except those excepted, 13, 15, 16. 23 & 27 Oct. 4. 12. & 25 Nov. 8, 9, 10. 18. & 20 Dec.-all revived, 17, 20. 24. 29. & 31 Oct. 1. 6. 11. 18, 19, 20. 26. 28 & 29 Nov. 1. 5. 12. 16. & 26 Dec.-Particular revived, 20 Oct. 13. 26, & 27 Nov. & 13 Dec.-Accounts to be delivered to a Committee, 25 Oct.-Question, that all be revived, Neg. 28 Oct. That all be adjourned, Neg. 30 Oct. & 3 Nov.- Seven to make a Quorum, 30 Oct.-To sit de die in diem, 1 & 21 Nov.-to withdraw, 24 Dec. & 3 Jan.

Conferences. Vide Mutiny, Salisbury, and Seamen.-Proceedings thereat, to be entered in Journals, 5 Jan.

Conley to be brought to a Committee by Warden of the Fleet, 19 Nov. Vide King's Bench.

Cooke, Richard, Bill, from Lords, to sell Lands for Payment of Debts and Portions, 20 Nov. Read, 25. Committed, 29. Reported, 2 Dec. Passed, with an Amendment, 13. Amendment agreed to by Lords, 15. Royal Assent, 20.

Cornbury, Lady, Bill, from Lords, to give certain Powers to act as if of full Age, 11 Dec. Read, 12. Committed, 15. Reported, 17. Passed, 18. Royal Assent, 20.

Courts of Justice, grand Committee appointed, 2 Oct.
-, - of Law, Bill to settle Fees of Officers, ordered, 27 Dec.

Cricklade Election, Petition, 16 Oct.

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

CALNE new Writ, 22 Oct. Election, Petition, 6 Nov. Report to be made, 16, 17, 18, & 19 Dec. Made, 29.

Cambridge, University, Bill, from Lords, to confirm the Charters, 20 Jan. Read, 26. Committed, 9 Feb. Reported, 13. Petition against Bill, presented, and read; Counsel for and against it to be heard at Bar; Charters, recited therein, to be produced; Order for Third Reading, 19. Counsel heard; Bill read; Question for passing, Neg. 22.

Campion, Richard, Petition for Bill to enable Trustees to perform his Will, referred to a Committee, 8 Dec. Report; Bill ordered, 9. Read, 11. Committed, 16. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 19. Passed, 23. Returned from Lords, with Amendments, 12 Jan. Amendments agreed to, 15. Royal Assent, 24 Feb.

Capias for small Debts, Bill to take it away, read, 22 Oct.

Carlisle new Writ, 12 Apr.

Cattle, Bill to encourage breeding and fatting them, read 8 Jan. Committed, 12. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 14. Passed, 16. Agreed to by Lords, 21. Royal Assent, 24 Feb.
-, -live, Bill from Lords, to prevent Butchers selling them, 9 Feb. They put House in mind thereof, 22.

Chancery. Vide Courts, infra.

Cheese. Vide Butter.

Chichester Election, Petitions, 31 Oct. & 14 Nov. Petition withdrawn, 9 Nov.

Chippenham Election, Petition, 27 Oct. Report to be made, 27 Nov. Made; Election declared void; new Writ, 1 Dec. Information given, that Election has been over a considerable 1Time; Return to be made immediately, 23. Petition, 29. Report to be made, 20 Jan. Made; Return to be amended, 22. Amended, 23.

Christ-church Election, Petition, 2 Nov.

Clergy, Bill, from Lords, to take it away from certain Offenders, 12 Nov. Read, 13. Order for Second Reading, 12. 16. & 22 Dec. Committed, 23. Committee added, 7 Jan. Bill reported, 27. Passed, with Amendments, 29. Amendments agreed to by Lords, with an Amendment, 1 Feb. Lords Amendment agreed to, 5. Royal Assent, 24.

Clerk, in Speaker's Absence, goes with House to House of Peers, 26 Sept.

Clerke, Talbot, Petition, 21 Jan. Vide Saltpetre.

Committees, grand, appointed, 22 Oct. All that come to have Voices, 22 Oct. & 7 Jan.-to report Opinion, 22 & 31 Oct. 2. 9, 10. 19. 25. 28. & 30 Nov. 7. 9. 18. & 29 Dec. 1, 2. 7. 8. 12. 18, 19. 20. & 26 Jan. & 2 Feb. Matter, 31 Oct. 2 Nov. 18 Dec. & 20 Jan. Specially, 18 Dec. With Speed, 10 Feb.-To proceed to Business, if Five present, 27 & 31 Oct. 25 Nov. 4. 7. & 12 Dec. 12 Jan. 10 & 23 Feb. If Three present, 3 Nov. 16 Dec. 1. 8. 16. & 18 Jan.-To withdraw, 12 Dec.-to sit during the Sitting of House, 14 Dec. & 28 Jan.-De die in diem, 12 Dec. & 12 Jan.-All revived, 6. 18. 21. 25. & 28 Nov. 4. 10. & 31 Dec. 2. 4, 5. 7. 9. 13. 20, 21 & 23 Jan. 1. 4. 6. 16, & 17 Feb.-Question for reviving, Neg. 6. Jan. & 4 Feb.-All adjourned, except as excepted, 17. 19, 20. & 27 Nov. 1. 3. 9. 15. 17, 18, 19. 21. 22, 23, 24. & 29 Dec. 8. 11. 19. 22. 25. 26, & 27 Jan. 2, 3. 12, 13. 15. 22 & 23 Feb.-Particular revived, 2. 16. & 29 Dec. & 16 Jan.-To hear Counsel, 5 Dec. Committee to inquire into Matters, notwithstanding Member is concerned, 1 Feb.
-, - Chairman to order Books to be delivered, 14 Nov.

Conferences. Vide Delaval, Ireland, Treason, Supply, and Tythes.-and free Conferences, Committee to search for Precedents touching Methods of them between the Two Houses, 10 Feb.
-, - incidental Proceedings thereat; Papers brought from Lords by Managers, 19 Nov.-Vote to be delivered to Lords by Managers, 25 Jan.

Copyholds, Bill for subjecting them to Payment of Debts, & c. ordered, 31 Dec. Presented, 12 Jan. Read; Question for Second Reading, Neg. 12 Feb.

Corporations, Bill for maintaining their Rights, ordered, 31 Oct.

Cornwall. Vide Supply.

Courts of Justice, grand Committee appointed, 22 Oct.
-, - of Equity and Chancery, Bill, from Lords, for reviewing Causes therein, 14 Dec. Remanded to be signed by Clerk, 15. Sent back signed, 17. Lords put House in mind of Bill, 15 Jan. 13 & 22 Feb. Order for reading, 15 Jan. 2 & 8 Feb. Read, 12. Order for Second Reading, 13.

Crips, John, Petition for Bill to sell Lands, and settle others in lieu, referred to a Committee, 18 Dec. Report; Bill ordered, 7 Jan. Presented, 9. Read, 14. Committed, 15. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 19. Passed, 26. Agreed to by Lords, 1 Feb. Royal Assent, 24.

Crone, Lord. Vide Address, and Preston.

Cullum, Sir Dudley, Bill, from Lords, to raise Money for Payment of Portions, 30 Dec. Read, 2 Jan. Committed, 6. Reported, 8. Passed, 12. Royal Assent, 24.

Curtis, Elizabeth, Bill, from Lords, for more speedy Payment of Debts, 23 Dec. Read, 7 Jan. Committed, 15. Petition against Bill, presented, and referred, 18. Bill reported, 6 Feb. Passed, with Amendments, 16. Amendments agreed to by Lords, 18. Royal Assent, 24.

Cutler, Sir John. Vide Delawarr.

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

CAMBRIDGE University new Writ, 4 Nov.

Carlisle. Vide Privileges.

Cattle, live, Bill to prevent Butchers selling them, read, 4 Nov. Committed, 18.

Catten. Vide Petworth.

Chappel, John and Wife, Petition, 1 Mar. Vide London.

Churches united, Bill, from Lords, relating to repairing them, 25 Feb. Read, 1 Mar. Committed, 3. Committees added, 8. Bill reported, and passed, 11.

Clerk has Leave to attend at King's Bench, with Papers formerly delivered to House, 17 Nov.-to prepare a List of Members absent with Leave, 9 Jan. Vide Members.
-, - Assistant to take Account of Men in Custody pressed for Land Service, 27 Feb. Vide Privileges.

Clewer. Vide Petworth.

Cloke. Vide Privileges.

Coins. Vide Silver.

Colchester new Writ, 4 Nov.

Committee offered Money to delay Proceedings, 25 Feb. Vide Lotteries.

Committees, grand, appointed, 4 Nov.-All that come to have Voices, 4 Nov. & 2 Jan.-to report Opinion, 4. 11. 18. & 26 Nov. 1. 12. & 19 Dec. 3 & 7 Feb. Matter, 16 Nov. 29 Dec. & 3 Feb.-To proceed to Business, if Five present, 10 & 16 Nov. & 11 Feb. If Three present, 16 Dec. & 17 Feb.-To sit de die in diem, 14 & 18 Nov. 1 & 12 Dec.-to withdraw, 17 Jan. & 13 Mar.-All adjourned, except as excepted, 21. 23. & 28 Nov. 1. 3. 5, 6. 14. 17. 20 & 30 Dec. 2. 4, 5. 12. 16. 18. 20. & 24 Jan. 1. 3. 4. 7. 9. 11. 15, 16. 18. 21. 24. & 27 Feb. 4. 6. & 8 Mar.-All revived, 22 & 24 Nov. 2. 7, 8, 9. 15. 19. 21 & 22 Dec. 11. 14. 17. 19. 23 & 25 Jan. 6. 10. 13, 14. 17, 18. 20. 23. 25 & 28 Feb. 2. 7. & 10 Mar.-Particular revived, 16 Dec.-Committee to search Journals for Precedents, 14 Nov.-to receive Accounts, 2 Dec.

Conferences. Vide Fleet, Supply, Privileges, King's Bench, and France.
-, -incidental Proceedings thereat; Managers bring a Vote from Lords, 25 Jan.

Copper, Motion for Bill to repeal Statutes prohibiting exporting it; Committee to inspect Statutes relating thereto, 19 Dec. Committees added, 26 Jan.

Cornwall. Vide Supply.

Courts of Justice, grand Committee appointed, 4 Nov.
-, - Bill for ascertaining Fees to Judges and Officers, read, 21 Nov. Read Second time; Question for Commitment, Neg.; Bill rejected, 17 Dec.
-, - Table of Fees taken by Officers, and others, ordered, 28 Nov. Referred to a Committee, 29 Dec.
-, -at Westminster, Bill for Discovery of Judgments, presented, 30 Nov. Read, 1 Dec. Committed, 2. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 1 Feb. Passed, 10. House put Lords in mind of Bill, 2 Mar. Returned from them, with Amendments; Amendments agreed to, with Amendments; Lords Concurrence to Amendments of House signified, 13 Mar.

Crispe, Samuel, Petition, 21 Dec. Vide Bankrupts.

Crown Office of King's Bench, Bill to regulate Proceedings, therein, read, 7 Dec. Petitions presented, 12 Dec. Bill committed, 3 Jan. Committees added, 25 Jan. & 13 Feb. Bill reported, and to be ingrossed, 4 Mar. Passed, 7. Returned from Lords, with Amendments; Amendments agreed to, 13.

Cruisers, Account of their Disposition from April to November, presented, 15 Nov.-Petition relating to want of them, referred to a Committee; Account of Disposition of them referred to same Committee, 16. Report, 19. Referred to Committee on Part of King's Speech, 21.

Culliford, Mr. Vide Ireland.



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