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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. 2. A. 1689.

SADLEIR, Sir Edwin, and others, Petition for Bill to sell Lands for Payment of Debts; Bill ordered, 15 Jan. Read, 17. Committed, 21.

Salisbury, Earl of, impeached, 26 Oct.

Salt, French, Bill to prevent destroying it, ordered, 10 Dec. Read, 13. Committed, 18. Clause to enlarge the Time for Shallett and Heathcote to import Two hundred Ton of Spanish Brandy, ordered, 21. Bill and Clause reported, and to be ingrossed, 4 Jan. Passed, 10.

Sawyer, Sir Robert, accused of being a Prosecutor against Sir Thomas Armstrong; heard; Debate, and Resolution thereupon; Sir Robert expelled, 20 Jan.

Seamen. Vide Privileges.

Serjeant sent, with Speaker's Warrant, to the Governor of the Tower, 25 & 26 Oct.-to give Members Notice to attend, 4 Nov. & 7 Jan.-to demand Member's Servant arrested, 9 Nov.-to take into Custody Strangers in the House or Gallery, 21.-impowered to take Bail, 5 Dec.-to convey a Member to the Tower, 9 Jan.

Shales, Commissary. Vide Address.-His Letter and Petition delivered by Speaker; Resolution thereupon, 16 Dec.

Sheriffs, Bill for their Ease, ordered, 8 Nov.

Sherrard, Lord. Vide Privileges.

Shoemakers. Vide Tanners.

Silk and Woollen Manufactures, Committee to consider the best Way of improving them, 6 Nov. Petitions presented, and referred, 8 & 14. Committees added, 8. 16. & 20. Report of Resolutions relating to Cane Chairs, 28.-to wearing Woollen, 29.

Silk-throwsters, Dyers, and Weavers, Petition against Importation of manufactured Silk, 6 Nov. Another, disowning the former, owned, and referred to Committee on Silk and Woollen Manufactures, 14. Vide supra.

Skynner, Thomas, Petition, 3 Jan. Vide East-India.

Smith. Vide Privileges.

Southampton Town, new Writ, 2 Nov. Election, Petition, 30. Report; Right of Election determined; Return to be amended, 31 Dec. Amended, 2 Jan.

Southwark. Vide Westminster.-Petition of Sufferers by Fire, for Bill to determine Differences between Landlord and Tenant, 11 Dec.

Speaker to issue Warrants to the Governor of the Tower, for bringing Prisoners to Bar, 25 & 26 Oct. For summoning Witnesses, 1 Nov. For conveying Member to the Tower, 9 Jan.-to distribute Collection made for the Officers of House, 31 Oct. -thanks Dr. Walker for his Services at Londonderry, 19 Nov. -to acquaint the King with Votes, 2 Dec.-to print his Speech on presenting the Land Tax Bill, 16.-with House and Mace, attends the King at Whitehall, 23.-gives a casting Vote, 30.

Squabs. Vide Cane Chairs.

Stockbridge Election, Petitions, 28 Oct. Report; Election declared void; Hewes, Robinson, Gatehouse, and Hall, ordered into Custody; Questions, that Pucknall be sent for in Custody, and that Mr. Strode be disabled from serving in this Parliament, severally Neg. Mr. Mountague disabled; Debate touching dissranchising the Borough, adjourned, 15 Nov. Petition of Hewes, Gatehouse, and Hall, withdrawn, on account of not acknowleging their Offence, 26. Another Petition, reprimanded, and discharged thereon, 27. Robinson reprimanded, and discharged, on his Petition, 28. Petition of Bailiffs and Constables rejected; another of Burgesses and Inhabitants referred to Committee of Privileges and Elections, 8 Jan.

Stonehouse, Sir John, Books and Papers, relating to the Election for Abingdon, delivered last Session, to be re-delivered to him, 26 Nov.

Strode, Mr. Vide Stockbridge, supra.

Sturt. Vide Convoys, and Navy.

Subject, Committee to prepare Bill to settle the Succession, and establish the Rights of the Subject, 24 Oct. Report; Bill read, 30. Read Second time; Question for Commitment, Neg. to be ingrossed, 31. Passed, 6 Nov. Returned from Lords, with Amendments; Amendments in Part considered, 25. Further considered, and agreed to, 10 Dec. Royal Assent, 16.

Suits, vexatious. Vide King.

SUPPLY, King's Speech to be considered in a Committee of the whole House, 23 Oct. Considered; Report of Resolution to stand by him in reducing Ireland, and in a vigorous Prosecution of the War against France, 24.
-, - Motion for it to be considered in a Committee of the whole House, 24 Oct. Considered, and Report of Grant, 2 Nov.
-, - a Committee to examine, and state, the Condition of the publick Revenue when the King took upon him the Administration of the Government, and to Michaelmas last, 14 Dec.

Ways and Means for raising the Supply. To be considered in a Committee of the whole House, 2. 4. & 7 Nov. 19. 21. 30, & 31 Dec. Committee to sit de die in diem, 7 Nov. Previous Question, that House go into Committee, Neg. 30. Question for reading Order for going into Committee, Neg. 21 Dec. Considered, 7, 8, & 9 Nov. 20. 30, & 31 Dec. & 3 Jan. Report of Progress, 20 Dec. Report of Resolutions, for a Review of Poll Bill-for Tax on Shop-keepers, Tradesmen, and Artificers, of 300£. personal Estate-for a Tax on Jews; Bills ordered thereupon, 7 Nov. Vide infra.-for applying pecuniary Penalties incurred by Officers not in the Army and Fleet; Bill ordered thereupon, 8. Vide infra.-for Land Tax; Bill ordered thereupon, 9.-for Bill for Imposition on Licences to sell Liquors, and distil Brandy, and other Spirits, 30 Dec.-for Imposition on new Buildings, 31.-for further Tax on Land; Bill ordered thereupon, 3 Jan.
-, - Motion for Duty on Coffee, Tea, and Chocolate, at the Custom-house, to be considered in a Committee of the whole House, 30 Dec. Considered; Report of Resolution for Duty thereon; Bill ordered, 31. Vide infra.
-, - a Committee to receive Proposals for advancing Money on forfeited Estates in Ireland, 9 Nov. Report, that a Bill of Attainder be speedily passed-that before Proposals can be made, or received, such Bill be passed, 26. Vide infra.
-, - Votes, that Debts due for Money on the last Subsidy, be transferred to this, 9 Nov.-that Principal and Interest of Money, advanced since 11th Instant, be transferred to the same, 18.-Last Resolution explained, 19.

Bills of Supply. Bill for additional Poll, ordered, 7 Nov. Presented, 21 Dec. Read, 30. Committed, 13 Jan. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 14. Passed, 16. Agreed to by Lords, 22. Royal Assent, 27.
-, - Bill for a Tax on Jews, ordered, 7 Nov. Read, 30 Dec.
-, - Bill for applying pecuniary Penalties incurred by Officers, other than in the Army or Fleet, ordered, 8 Nov. Read, 30 Dec.
-, - Bill for Land Tax, ordered, 9 Nov. Read, 19. Committed, 20, 21, 22. 25. 28. & 30 Nov. 3 & 4 Dec. List of Commissioners ordered, 22 & 28 Nov. To be perfected, 30. Referred to Committee, 3 Dec. Bill to be reported, 5. Reported, 6. Report to be considered, 6, 7. & 9. Considered, 7. 9, & 10. Clause to appropriate Part of the Money for paying Seamen, and providing Victuals and Stores for the Navy, ordered, 7. Reported; Blanks filled up; Clause added; another Clause for appropriating Part of the Money to the Use of the Army in Ireland; Debate thereon adjourned, 9. Resumed; Clause laid aside; Bill to be ingrossed, 10. Passed, 11. Returned from Lords, with Amendments; Amendments agreed to, 14. Royal Assent, 16.
-, - Bill to prevent Disputes in collecting the Revenue, ordered, 2 Dec. Read, 4. Committed, 5 & 11. Instruction relating to the Prince and Princess of Denmark, 5. Bill to be reported, 16. Reported, and re-committed, 17. Reported from Re-commitment; Resolution thereupon. Vide Address. Bill to be ingrossed, 18. Passed, 19. Agreed to by Lords, 21. Royal Assent, 23.
-, - Bill to vest Estate of the late Queen Mary in the Crown, ordered, 21 Dec. Read, 30. Read Second time, and to be ingrossed, 13 Jan. Passed, 18.
-, - a Committee to prepare Bill for the Attainder of Rebels in Ireland, 26 Nov. Report; Bill read, 10 Dec. Committed, 30. Clause, relating to Duke of Ormond, ordered, 31. Committees added, 4 Jan. Petition presented, and referred, 27.
-, - a Committee to prepare Bill for the Sale of Estates forfeited in Ireland, 10 Dec. Report; Bill read, 4 Jan.
-, - Bill for Tax on Licences to sell Liquors, and distil Brandy, and other Spirits, ordered, 30 Dec. Members appointed to prepare it, 31.
-, - Bill for Imposition on new Buildings, ordered, 31 Dec. Clause to prevent them, ordered, 3 Jan.
-, - Bill for collecting Duty on Coffee, Tea, and Chocolate, at the Custom-house, ordered, 31 Dec. Read, 2 Jan. Leave to offer Clause relating to Importation of foreign Spices, 3. Bill and Clause to be reported, 4. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 8. Passed, 11. Agreed to by Lords; Royal Assent, 16.
-, - Bill for additional Land Tax, ordered, 3 Jan. Read, 8. Committed, reported, and to be ingrossed, 11. Passed, 13. Agreed to by Lords; Royal Assent, 16.

Resolution of the Committee on Ways and Means disagreed to, viz. That all Officers shall pay Half a Year's Profits of Salaries and Perquisites, 8 Nov.

Surgeons, Bill to enable them to administer Medicines, ordered, 20 Jan. Read, 24. Committed, 27.

Swaine, Robert, Petitions, 17 Dec. & 18 Jan. Vide Capeld.

Swynocke. Vide Pilkington.

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

SADLER, Sir Edwin, and others, Petition for Bill to sell Lands to pay Debts; Bill ordered, 5 Apr. Read, 8. Committed, 21. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 5 May. Passed, 6. Returned from Lords, with Amendments, 8. Amendments agreed to, 9. Royal Assent, 20.

Sandwich Election, Petition, 24 Mar.

Sarum, New, Election, Petition, 24 Mar.

Serjeant to lock up Speaker's Chamber-to take into Custody Strangers in the House, 2 Apr.-to make Returns of Executions of Warrants, 15.-to give Notice to Member to attend, 24.- to deliver a Prisoner to the Care of his Father, 28.-to summon Members gone out of Town without Leave, 30.- sent into Westminster-hall for Members of the Long Robe, 19 & 20 May.

Servants, Bill for regulating them, presented, 29 Apr.

Seyes, Richard, Petition, touching Aulnage Bill, to be heard at Bar by Counsel, 9 May.

Shaftesbury, Earl of, Bill, from Lords, for making Provision for younger Children, read, 15 Apr. Committed, 21. Reported, 24. Passed, with Amendments, 25. Amendments agreed to by Lords, 29. Royal Assent, 2 May.

Sharpe, Dr. desired to preach, 16 May. Thanked, 22.

Sheriffs not to alter Returns, 12 Apr.

Shrewsbury, Earl of. Vide Cuddon.

Silk, thrown, Petition of Levant Company for Bill to discourage importing it; Bill ordered, 29 Mar. Presented, 2 Apr. Read, 3.-New Bill presented, as the former exceeded the Order of the House, 5 Apr. Order for reading, 7. Bill read, 8. Order for Second Reading, 10. Bill committed, 21. 26. & 30. Petitions against Bill, presented, and referred, 9 & 21 Apr. & 3 May. In favour of Bill, 23. 29, & 30 Apr. Question, that House go into a Committee, Neg. 30. Report of Progress; further Consideration referred to select Committee; Instruction, 3 May. Report re-committed to same Committee; Committees added, 10. Bill reported, and to be ingrossed, 12. Passed, 13. Agreed to by Lords, 15. Royal Assent, 20.

Snee, Peter, Petition, 16 May. Vide Weavers.
-, - Mr. Vide Oxford.

Somerset Election, Petition, 5 Apr.

Southampton Town Election, Petition, 24 Mar.

Southwark, and Parishes within the Bills of Mortality, Bill for Court of Conscience therein, ordered, 26 Mar. Presented, 28. Read, 15 Apr. Order for Second Reading, 22. Committed, 23. Petition presented, and referred, 1 May. Bill reported; another Petition read; Order, and Resolutions thereupon; Question for Ingrossment, Neg. 3.
-, - Election, Petition, 27 Mar.

Speaker chosen, 20 Mar. Approved; his Petition for ancient Rights, granted, 21.-With House and Mace, attends the King at Whitehall, 24 Mar. & 28 Apr.-presents a Table of Fees for the Officers of the House, 23 Apr.

Stafford, Borough, Election, Petition, 24 Mar.
-, - Richard. Vide Privileges.

Steward, Lord, and Deputies, administer Oaths; Form of his Deputation, 20 Mar.

Stockbridge Election, Petitions, 25 Mar. & 2 Apr.

Streets. Vide Highways.
-, - Bill for paving and cleansing them, ordered, 28 Mar. Presented, 2 Apr. Order for reading, 3. Read, 5. Order for Second Reading, 22 & 23. Committed, 1 May. Committees added, 6 & 10.

Suffolk Election, Petition, 1 Apr.
-, - and Essex, Petition of Clothiers, 21 Apr. Vide African.

SUPPLY, Motion for it to be considered in a Committee of the whole House, 26 Mar. Considered, and Report of Grant, 27. Consideration of it referred to a Committee of the whole House, 27, 28, 29. & 31 Mar. 1, 2, & 3 Apr. Instructions to consider of settling the Revenue of the Crown, 28 Mar.-not to lay a Tax on Lands without Leave; considered, and Report of Resolutions for vesting in the Crown hereditary Revenues, except the Revenue by Fire-hearths and Stoves-for continuing a Moiety of the Excise settled in Two last Reigns-for continuing Customs granted in Two last Reigns; Bills ordered thereupon, 28 Mar. Vide infra.- touching the Sum to be given for publick Occasions, 1 Apr.- for a Clause of Credit, 2.-for a Poll Tax; Bill ordered thereupon, 3. Vide infra.

Ways and Means for raising the Supply. Motion for Continuance of Impositions on French and EastIndia Linens, and all Manufactures of India, and all wrought Silks and Stuffs, and Brandies; Resolution that House will go into a Committee to consider of that Motion, and of the Book of Rates, and Balance of Trade, particularly Linen, Silk, Wine, and Brandy, 12 Apr. Order read; select Committee appointed for that Purpose, 15. Report to be made, 23. Made relating to the Sums to be paid for Brandies, Silks, Wines, and Linens, imported; Report referred to Committee on Tonage and Poundage Bill, 25. Vide infra.

Bills of Supply. Excise Bill ordered, 28 Mar. Order for presenting, 7 Apr. Read, 9. Order for Second Reading, 11 & 14. Committed; Clause to repeal Acts, which settled the Excise on the late King, ordered, 15. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 17. Passed, 21. Agreed to by Lords, 22. Royal Assent, 23.
-, - Revenue hereditary, Bill for vesting it in the Crown, ordered, 29 Mar. Order for presenting, 7 Apr. Read, 21. Committed; Petition presented, and referred; Clause for obliging Commissioners to take the same Oath as Lord Treasurer, ordered, 22. Bill reported, and to be ingrossed, 16 May. Clauses added; Blank filled up; Bill passed, 17.
-, - Tonage and Poundage, Bill ordered, 29 Mar. Order for presenting, 7 Apr. Read, 9. Order for Second Reading, 11 & 14. Committed, and Report of Progress, 15. Report from a Committee referred; Bill reported, and to be ingrossed; Committee to consider the Motion for Continuance of certain Impositions, and the Report referred, 25. Bill passed, 28. Royal Assent, 2 May.
-, - Heads for Poll Bill to be considered in a Committee of the whole House, 3 Apr. Report; Bill ordered, 4. Read, 5. Committed, 7, 8, & 9. Report of Progress, 7. Bill to be reported, 10. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 11. Passed, 14. Returned from Lords, with Amendments; Amendments agreed to, 17. Royal Assent, 23.
-, - Committee to prepare Bill of Attainder; Bill recommended to the Care of Three Members, 4 Apr. Read, 22. Order for Second Reading, 26 Apr. & 29 May. Petition relating thereto, presented, 29.
-, - Bill to vest the Estate of late Queen Mary in the Crown, ordered, 7 Apr. Read, 8. Committed, 12. Petitions against Bill, presented, and referred, 9. 12. 14. & 25 Apr.
-, - Bill for providing necessary Carriages for the King and Queen in their Removals, ordered, 10 Apr. Order for reading, 21. Read, 22. Order for Second Reading, 23. Committed; Instruction to prevent Abuses in pressing Horses and Carriages for the Army, 5 May.
-, - Committee to prepare Bill to appoint Commissioners to take the publick Accounts till 5th November 1688. Bill recommended to Care of Five Members, 14 Apr. Report; Bill read, 23. Committed; Commissioners to be named by House; Question, that no Member be a Commissioner, Neg. 24. Committee revived, and Order for sitting, 28. Bill to be reported, 30 Apr. & 3 May. Reported, to lie on the Table, and Blanks to be filled up, with Commissioners Names, 6. Number of Commissioners settled; no Person, accountable to the Crown, to be a Commissioner; Commissioners to be chosen by Ballot; Question, that Lists be subscribed by Members, Neg. 19. Lists collected by Clerk and Clerk-assistant; Committee to withdraw, and report on whom the Majority falls; Report; Names to be inserted in Bill, 20. Person excused, being accountable to the Crown; another inserted; Blanks filled up; Committee to prepare Clause for a Salary to Commissioners; Clause reported, with a Blank; Blank filled up; Bill to be ingrossed, 22. Read Third time; Debate thereon adjourned, 23.
-, - Committee to prepare Bill to vest 500£. Forfeitures in the Crown, 17 Apr. Report; Bill read, 30. Committed, 1. 5. & 8 May. Reported, and in regard the Chairman had not reported that he was directed (not being directed) to report to the House, the House went again into a Committee; Bill to be reported, 9. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 10. Question for Third Reading, Neg. 14. Bill passed, 15.

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

SALISBURY, Earl of, Bill, from Lords, to limit his Power to cut off Entail, 12 Nov. Read; Petitions presented, 15 & 24. Counsel to be heard at Bar, 24. Heard; Petition read; Bill committed; Instruction, 28. Bill to be reported, 5 Dec. Reported, 13. Order for Third Reading, 16. Passed, with Amendments, 17. Conference, desired by Lords thereupon, agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, and reported; Lords Amendment to the Amendments of House, agreed to, 18. Royal Assent, 20.

Salop Election, Petition, 31 Mar.

Salt, French Bay, Bill for Preservation of it, ordered, 20 Oct. Read, 27. Committed; Instruction to prepare a Clause to prohibit Trade with France, 4 Nov. Committees added, 14. Bill to be reported, 24 & 28. Reported, and rejected, 1 Dec.

Sandwich Election, Petition, 6 Oct. Report to be made, 25 & 29. Made; Right of Election determined, 31.

Sarum, New, Election, Petition, 6 Oct. Report, 22 Nov.

Scroope, Saintleger, Bill, from Lords, to sell Lands for Payment of Debts, 13 Nov. Read, 18. Committed, 27. Reported, 2 Dec. Passed, 15. Royal Assent, 20.

Sea, Committee to inspect Laws relating to Tryals for Offences committed there, 13 Dec.

Seamen, English, Petition for Bill to suspend, during the War with France, Acts, obliging English Ships to sail with them; Bill ordered, 31 Oct. Presented, 12 Nov. Order for reading, 13. Read, 14. Committed; Instruction, 18. Committee revived, and Order for sitting, 26. Committee added, 27. Bill reported, and re-committed, with a Clause; Instruction relating to foreign Ships; Question for Instruction, that Ships, called Catts, be allowed to trade for Masts, Neg. 5 Dec. Bill reported from Re-commitment, and to be ingrossed, 20. Passed, 23. Returned from Lords, with Amendments, 3 Jan. Lords Amendments in Part disagreed to; Conference desired thereupon, and agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, and reported; Conference, desired by Lords, agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, and reported; another Conference, desired with Lords, agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, and reported; another, desired by Lords, agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, and reported; Resolution to adhere to Amendments of a Clause from Lords; Conference to be desired thereupon; Proceedings to be entered in Journals, 5 Jan.

Seminaries, Popish. Vide Supply.

Serjeant. Vide Privileges.
-, - to bring Prisoners to Bar, 30 & 31 Oct. To a Committee, 20 Nov.-to lock up Speaker's Chamber, 10.- to demand Prisoners, 17 Nov. & 31 Mar.-to take into Custody Papists coming near the House, 10 Dec.

Serle, Edward, Bill, from Lords, to sell his Estate, 24 Nov. Read, 27. Order for Second Reading, 29. Committed; Petition presented, and referred, 2 Dec. Bill reported, 6. Passed, with an Amendment, 16. Amendment agreed to by Lords, 17. Royal Assent, 20.

Seyes, Richard, Petition, 6 Dec. Vide Aulnage.

Shales, John, Petition, 14 Nov. Vide Navy.

Sheafe, Thomas, and others, Petition for Bill to sell Lands for Payment of Debts, and Provision for Wife; Bill ordered, 1 Nov. Presented, 10. Read, 17. Committed, 28. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 4 Dec. Agreed to by Lords; Royal Assent, 20.

Sheriffs, Bill for their Ease, ordered, 18 Nov.

Ships, Transport, Petition of Masters, 27 Nov. Vide Navy.
-, - of War, Motion for building them, to be considered in a Committee of the whole House, 15 Dec.

Smithfield, Bill to regulate Abuses in that Market, ordered, 17 Oct.

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

Southampton Election, Petition, 17 Oct.

Southwark. Vide Streets, infra.
-, - Bill for Court of Conscience therein, ordered, 10 Oct. Presented, 11. Order for reading, 15. Read, 16. Committed, 24. Committees added, 30 & 31. Reported, and to be ingrossed; Petition presented, and read, 12 Nov. Order for Third Reading, 2 & 13 Dec. Passed, 15.
-, - Election, Petition, 11 Oct.

Speaker, with House and Mace, attends King and Queen at Whitehall, 9 Oct.-to issue his Warrant to Marshal of King's Bench, and Warden of the Fleet, to bring Prisoners to a Committee, 19 Nov.-to distribute the Collection made for Officers of the House, 15 Dec.- to examine a Complaint of Breach of Privilege, and stop Proceedings against Member by Letter, 28 Apr.

Stafford, Borough, Election, Petition, 6 Oct.

Stockbridge new Writ, 28 Apr. Election, Petition, 26 May.

Streets, Bill for paving and cleansing them, ordered, 10 Oct. Presented, 18. Read, 22. Committed; Instruction to extend Bill to London, 25. Committees added, 30. Bill reported, and to be ingrossed, 13 Nov. Passed, 19. Returned from Lords, with Amendments; Amendments agreed to, 1 Dec. Royal Assent, 20.

Sudbury new Writ, 2 Oct.

Suffolk Election, Petition, 11 Oct.
-, - Petitions from, 21 Oct. Vide African.-19 Nov. Vide Butter.

Sugar Plantations, Petition of Planters and Merchants trading thereto, 24 Nov. Vide Brandy.-16 Dec. Vide Supply, infra.

Suits, vexatious. Vide Kingdom.

Supply, Motion for it for reducing Ireland, and carrying on a vigorous War against France, to be considered in a Committee of the whole House, 8 Oct. Considered, and Report of Grant, 9. Consideration of it referred to Committee of the whole House, 9, 10, 11. & 13. Accounts referred, 9 & 11. Considered, 10, 11. 13, & 14. Report of Progress, 11. Of Resolutions relating to the Estimate of the Navy, including Ordnance, and for building new Ships, and a Dock at Plymouth, and to the Sum for those Purposes, 10.- relating to the Number of Land Forces, 13.-to the Sum for maintaining them, 14.
-, - another Motion for it to pay Debts due to Officers of the Army, and others, to be considered in a Committee of the whole House, 25 Nov.
-, - another Motion for it to support the Civil Government, to be considered in a Committee of the whole House, 27 Nov.
-, - another Motion for it to augment the Navy, and build new Ships, to be considered in a Committee of the whole House, 23 Dec. Considered; Report of Grant, 24.

Ways and Means for raising the Supply: To be considered in a Committee of the whole House, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18. 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, & 25 Oct. 22. 24. & 26 Nov. 16. 18. & 26 Dec. Considered, 15, 16, 17, 18, 20, 21. 23. & 25 Oct. 22 & 24 Nov. and 19 Dec. Report of Progress, 15 Oct. Of Resolutions for a Land Tax, 16.-for raising a Sum on the Credit, or by Sale, of Irish Forfeitures, 17.- for additional Duty on wrought Silks, Calico, Indian Linen, and other Manufactures of India-on all wrought and raw Silks imported -on all foreign Linen, 18. (except as excepted, 22 Nov.)- for Duty on low Wines, 20 Oct. -for additional Duty on all Wood imported (except as excepted)-on foreign Hops-Seed-oil- Pepper and Grocery Wares (except as excepted, 21.- for additional Excise; Bill ordered thereupon, 23. Vide infra. - for additional Duty on foreign Iron -on Hemp, Cole, and Rape-seed-on Yarn of Hemp or Flax imported-on Glass Wares, 25. (except as excepted, 22 Nov.) for additional Duty on Melasses (except as excepted) -on Tallow and Tallow Candles imported -on Beaver-wool - Potashes- wrought Cordage- Olive-oil- Paper- Cableyarn-Liquorice- Barilla- Earthen Ware - Starch - Alum and Brimstone, 22 Nov.- for continuing Duties on Wine, Vinegar, and Tobacco, 24.-for doubling additional Excise, Bill ordered thereupon, 19 Dec.
-, - for building new Ships, to be considered in a Committee of the whole House, 24 Dec. Considered; Report of Resolution for raising it by the additional Excise, 27.
-, - Percival Brunskill's Petition, relating to raising the Revenue by Fines, Forfeitures, and Dispositions of Offices, referred to a Committee, 17 Oct. Committees added, 30 Oct. 19 Nov. and 1 Dec. Report; Resolution to be considered, 27.

Bills of Supply: Committee to prepare Bill for examining, taking, and stating, the publick Accounts, 9 Oct. Committees added, 11 & 14. Order for presenting, 25. Bill presented, 27. To be read, 29 Nov. & 1 Dec. Committed, 5. 17. & 19 Dec. To be reported, 20. Reported, and to be ingrossed, with a Blank; List of Commissioners ordered, 22. Presented; Committee to examine them, 24. Report; Question, that Member be excused, on account of Infirmity, Neg. Names to be inserted; Bill passed, 26. Agreed to by Lords, 31. Royal Assent, 5 Jan.
-, - Land Tax Bill ordered, 17 Oct. Read, 23. Committed, 24. 27, & 28. Lists of Commissioners ordered, 24. Report of Progress, 27 & 28. Appropriating and borrowing Clauses ordered, 27. Bill to be reported, 29. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 30. Passed, 3 Nov. Returned from Lords, with Amendments; Amendments agreed to, 8. Royal Assent, 10.
-, - Committee to prepare Bill of Attainder, 22 Oct. Order for presenting, 21 & 27 Nov. & 1 Dec. Committee revived, and Order for sitting, 27 Nov. Instruction, 29. Report; Bill read, 2 Dec. Order for Second Reading, 3. Committed, 4, 5, & 6. Report of Progress, 4 & 6. Clauses, relating to the Application of the Forfeitures, to be prepared by a Committee, 6. Clauses reported, and committed to Committee on Bill; Bill to be reported, 18. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 19. Passed, 23. House put Lords in mind of Bill, 31.
-, - Committee to prepare Bill for confiscating Estates and Trusts belonging to Popish Seminaries and Uses, 22 Oct.
-, - Bill for additional Excise, ordered, 23 Oct. Presented, 30. Read, 4 Nov. Committed, 6, 7, 8. 13, 14, 15. & 17. Report of Progress, 8. 13, 14, 15. & 17. Bill to be reported, 18. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 19. Passed, 21. Agreed to by Lords, 24. Royal Assent, 25.
-, - Bill for new Impositions on East India and other Goods, ordered, 24 Nov. Order for presenting, 1 & 3 Dec. Read, 4. Committed, 5. 11, & 12. Instruction relating to Steelwire, 12. Borrowing and appropriating Clauses ordered, 5 & 13. Report of Progress, 12. Bill to be reported, 13. Reported; Debate thereon adjourned, 15. Resumed; Bill to be ingrossed, 16. Passed, 17. Agreed to by Lords, 19. Royal Assent, 20.
-, - Bill for continuing Impositions on Wine, Vinegar, and Tobacco, ordered, 24 Nov. Read, 4 Dec. Committed, 5. 11. & 13. Borrowing Clause ordered, 5. Bill reported, and to be ingrossed, 16. Passed, 17. Agreed to by Lords; Royal Assent, 20.
-, - Bill for Impositions on low Wines, ordered, 24 Nov. Read, 12 Dec. Committed, 13. 16, 17. & 20. Petitions against Bill presented, and referred, 16 & 24. Bill to be reported, 23. Question, that Petitioners be heard, Neg. Bill reported, and to be ingrossed, 24. Passed, 29. House put Lords in mind of Bill, 2 Jan. Bill agreed to by Lords, 3. Royal Assent, 5.
-, - Bill for doubling the additional Excise, ordered, 19 Dec. Read, 22. Order for Second Reading, 24. Committed, 26 & 29. Report of Resolution; enacting Clauses for building Ships; Accounts of the Produce of the additional Excise, and of the Customs, appropriated to defray the Charges of the Dutch, severally ordered, 27. Presented; enacting Clauses, and Clause relating to Victuallers, committed to Committee on Bill; Clause for supplying Defects in Clauses of Credit in Bills for Impositions on East India Goods, and on Wines, & c. ordered, 29. Bill to be reported, 30. Reported, and to lie on the Table, 31. To be ingrossed, and Order for Third Reading, 1 Jan. Read; appropriating Clause offered; Debate thereon; Committee to prepare Clause to be added thereto; Clause reported; Bill passed, 3. Agreed to by Lords; Royal Assent, 5.
-, - Bill to prevent Sale of Offices, ordered, 27 Dec.

Surgeons, Bill for enabling them to administer internal Medicines, ordered, 18 Oct. Presented, 20. Read, 21. Committed, 24. Committees added; all that come to have Voices, 25. Petitions against Bill, presented, and to be read, 27 Oct. 1 & 25 Nov. Bill reported; Petitions read, 1 Nov. Petitioners to be heard at Bar, 1. 25. & 29.

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

SADLEIR, Sir Edwin, Bill, from Lords, to sell Lands for Payment of Debts, 25 Jan. Read, 6 Feb. Committed, 11. Reported, 18. Passed, 22. Royal Assent, 24.

Salisbury, Earl of, Bill, from Lords, for securing Debts and Legacies given and owing by him, 31 Dec. Read, 9 Jan. Committed, 13. Committees added, 14. Petition against Bill, presented, and referred, 15. Bill reported, 18. Passed, with an Amendment; Amendment agreed to by Lords, 25. Royal Assent, 24 Feb.

Saltash new Writ, 22 Oct.

Salt, Bay, French, Bill for preserving it, ordered, 13 No. Read, 20. Committed, 23. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 25. Passed, 5 Dec. Agreed to by Lords, 23. Royal Assent, 24.
-, - Petre, Committee to prepare Bill for making it, 25 Nov. Petition against Bill, presented, and referred, 27. Committees added, 28 Nov. 1, 2. 5. 15, 16. & 30 Dec. Report; Bill presented, 7 Jan. Read, 13. Committed, 21. Petitions against Bill, presented, and referred, 21 Jan. & 1 Feb. Committees added, 23. Bill to be reported, 17 Feb.

Scarborough new Writ, 12 Apr.

Seamen, Bill for registering them, ordered, 29 Oct. Presented, 18 Dec. Read, 19. Order for Second Reading, 9 Jan. Committed, 12. 15, 16. & 20. Report of Progress, 20.

Serjeant sent for Members to attend House, 3 Nov. 5 & 8 Feb.

Shallett, Arthur, and others, Petition, 10 Nov. Vide Supply.

Shutterden. Vide Drax.

Shelton, Maurice, and others, Bill, from Lords, to sell Lands for Payment of Debts and Legacies, and settle others in lieu, 23 Dec. Read, 31. Committed, 5 Jan. Passed, 13. Royal Assent, 24 Feb.

Ships, defensible, Bill to encourage building them, ordered, 9 Jan. Read, 23. Committed, 27. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 2 Feb. Passed 12.

Smith, Edward, Bill, from Lords, to sell Lands for Payment of Debts and Portions, 14 Dec. Read, 22. Committed, 4 Jan. Reported, 7. Passed, 14. Royal Assent, 24 Feb.

Southampton County, new Writ, 22 Oct. Election, Petition to be heard at Bar, 31.
-, - Town, Petition for lessening their Quota of Land Tax; Question for referring it to Committee of Supply, Neg. 16 Dec.

Speaker, with House and Mace, attends the King at Whitehall, 29 Oct.-to issue Warrants to summon Witnesses, 9 Nov.-to issue Warrants to Officers of the Works to view the Ceiling and Roof of the House, 12 Dec.-acquaints House with the Receipt of a Letter, 15 Feb.

Stanhope, Lord, Bill, from Lords, for settling a Jointure on his Marriage, 23 Jan. Read, 27. Committed, 1 Feb. Reported, 2. Report considered; Bill passed, with Amendments, 13. Royal Assent, 24.

Stephens, Edward, Petition offered, but not received, 29 Dec.

St. John. Vide East India.

Stockbridge Election, Petition; Question for referring it to Committee of Privileges and Elections, Neg.; to be heard at Bar, 31 Oct. Petition withdrawn, 7 Nov.

Streets, Bill to explain a Clause in an Act for paving and cleansing them, ordered, 22 Dec. Presented, 31.

Stydolph. Vide Wittering.

Suffolk, Earl of, Bill, from Lords, to sell Lands for discharging Incumbrances on others, 9 Jan. Read, 29. Committed, 4 Feb. Reported, 6. Passed, 17. Royal Assent, 24.

Supply, Motion for it to be considered in a Committee of the whole House, 30 Oct. Considered, and Report of Grant, 6 Nov. Consideration of it referred to a Committee of the whole House, 6. 9. 12. 14. 18, 19. 23. 25. & 28 Nov. 14, 15. 19. 21. 29, 30, & 31 Dec. & 2 Jan. Estimates and Reports referred, 9. 19. & 28 Nov. 7. 14, & 15 Dec. Instruction relating to Land Forces; Question, that Speaker leave the Chair, Neg. 28 Nov. Considered, 9. 12. 14. 19. 25. & 30 Nov. 15 & 30 Dec. 1, 2. & 6 Jan. Report of Progress, 15 & 30 Dec. & 6 Jan. Order for receiving Report, 1 Jan. Report of Resolutions, that House be moved to appoint a Committee to inspect Estimate of the Navy; Committee appointed accordingly, 9 Nov. Vide infra.-for continuing Excise; Bill ordered thereupon, 12. Vide infra.- relating to 30,000 Seamen-the Sum for maintaining them, 14.-relating to the Sum for the Charge of the Navy, including Ordnance, and Charge of building Three Docks at Portsmouth, 18.-relating to the Number of Land Forces, 19.- to the Pay, and Number of them in Ireland, 25.-to Land Forces to be continued in England and Scotland, and the West Indies, and to be transported-to the Charge and Revenue of Ireland; Part thereof, touching Charge of Foot-Soldiers and Dragoons in Ireland, re-committed, 2 Jan. Report from Recommitment-relating to the Sum for maintaining Land Forces, 4.
-, - Commissioners of publick Accounts to lay before the House State of Incomes and Issues from 5th November 1688, to Michaelmas last, with Observations, 10 Nov. House informed they were prepared; Order for presenting, 30. Presented; Orders thereupon, 1 Dec. To be considered, 1. 4. 9. & 12. Considered, 3 & 12. List of Persons having Salaries, whose Taxes, with the Charge of passing their Accounts and Patents, have been paid by the King-List of Persons having great Salaries, increased on slight Pretences, with extraordinary Bills of incident Charges, easily allowed-List of Salaries granted on special Reasons, and still continued, though the Reasons are ceased; severally ordered, 3. Bill to unite Duchy of Lancaster, and Revenues thereof, to the Crown, ordered. Vide infra. Particulars of Increase of the Civil List by Pensions to Persons discharged, ordered; Resolution that all Salaries, Fees, and Perquisites, of Offices under the Crown, except those excepted, shall be applied to the use of the War, 12.
-, - a Committee to inspect Estimate of the Navy, 9 Nov. Report relating to 30,000 Seamen-the Sum for maintaining them, including Tenders, Hospital Ships, building Four new Ships, and Three new Docks at Portsmouth, referred to the Committee of Supply, 14.
-, - Petition of Persons employed in Transport Service, referred to a Committee, 10 Nov. Committees added, 12. Report; Debate thereon adjourned, 27.
-, - Committee to inquire the Charge of the Army for next Year in Ireland, 25 Nov. Committees added, 5 & 11 Dec. Report to be made, 14. Made, and referred to the Committee of Supply, 15.
-, - Committee to consider Estimate of the Charge of the Army, 30 Nov. Revived, and Order for sitting, 2 Dec. Committees added, 4 & 8. Estimate referred, 7. Report to be made, 11. Made, and referred to the Committee of Supply, 14.
-, - particular State of the Revenue, and Computation of the Civil List, ordered, 6 Jan.
-, - Books of Rates to be examined by a Committee, 2 Jan. Report of Resolution, that the Act 12 Car. 2di, is fit to be repealed, 5.
-, - Petition of French Protestants for Relief, referred to a Committee, 19 Jan. Committees added, 1 Feb. Message from King, with their Petition and Case, and their Majesties Declaration annexed, 17 Feb.-Motion for a Supply to relieve them, to be considered in a Committee of the whole House, 17, 18. & 23 Feb. Considered, 24.

Ways and Means for raising the Supply: To be considered in a Committee of the whole House, 30 Nov. 1 & 4 Dec. 5, 6, 7, 8. 11, 12. 15. 18, 19, 20. & 22 Jan. Report; Petitions, & c. referred, 11 & 18 Jan. Considered, 4 Dec. 6. 11, 12. 15. 18, 19, 20, & 21 Jan. Report of Progress, 11, 12. 19, & 20 Jan. Order for receiving Report, 21 & 22. Report of Resolutions for a Land Tax; Bill ordered thereupon, 4 Dec. Vide infra.-for continuing the Excise, 15 Jan.-for applying all Salaries, Fees, and Perquisites, of Offices under the Crown, and all Pensions granted by the Crown, except as excepted, to the War-for a Poll Tax, 18.-relating to the Sum to be paid by each Person respectively; Bill ordered thereupon, 23. Vide infra.
-, - a Committee to receive Proposals for raising Money on forfeited Estates in Ireland, 1 Jan. Committees added, 20 Jan. 3 & 5 Feb. Committee impowered to inquire into Disposal of them, 26 Jan. Report to be made, 13 & 16 Feb. Made; Copy to be given to Mr. Culliford, 17. Time appointed for his Answer, 17 & 22. Answer presented, and to be considered, 23.
-, - a Committee to receive Proposals for raising Money on a Fund of perpetual Interest, 12 Jan. Report referred to Committee on Ways and Means, 18. Vide supra.

Bills of Supply: Bill for additional Excise, ordered, 12 Nov. Read, 18. Committed, 21 Nov. & 5 Dec. Question, that Clause offered, be read a Second time, Neg. 21 Nov. Bill to be reported, 7. Reported, 8. Order for Third Reading, 12. Passed, 14. Agreed to by Lords, 19. Royal Assent, 24.
-, - Land Tax Bill ordered, 4 Dec. Presented, 12. Order for reading, 14. Read, 15. Question for referring a Petition, Neg. List of Commissioners ordered, 16. Bill committed, 16 & 19. Report of Progress; appropriating and borrowing Clauses ordered, 19. Bill to be reported, 21. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 22. Order for Third Reading, 23. Passed, 24. Returned from Lords, with Amendments; Amendments agreed to; Royal Assent, 31.
-, - a Committee to prepare Bill to annex the Duchy of Lancaster to the Crown, 12 Dec.
-, - Bill for enlarging the Time for Commissioners of publick Accounts, ordered, 23 Dec. Presented, 1 Jan. Read, 2. Committed, 5. To be reported, 9. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 12. Passed, 19. Returned from Lords, with Amendments; Amendments disagreed to; Committee to assign Reasons, 28. Report; Conference to be desired, 29. Desired, and agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, and reported, 1 Feb. Another Conference, desired by Lords, agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, and reported; House insist on their Disagreement; free Conference to be desired; same Managers to prepare for it, 5. Desired, and agreed to, 6. Held, and reported, 8. Another free Conference, desired by Lords, agreed to, held, and reported; Report of both free Conferences to be made, 10. Made; House adhere to their Disagreement, 13.
-, - Bill for collecting Duties on low Wines and strong Waters, ordered, 31 Dec. Presented, 6 Jan. Read, 13. Order for Second Reading, 19. Committed, 20. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 28. Order for Third Reading, 4 Feb. Passed, 6. Agreed to by Lords, 20. Royal Assent, 24.
-, - Bill to repeal Part of the Act 12 Car. II. for granting Tonage and Poundage, ordered, 5 Jan.
-, - a Committee to prepare a Bill to vest in the Crown Estates forfeited in Ireland, 16 Jan. Presented, 23. Order for reading, 25. Read, 26. Committed, 28 & 29 Jan. & 2 Feb. Clauses for settling forfeited Impropriations for the Benefit of the Church, and for setting up a Court of Claims, ordered, 28 Jan. Report of Progress, 1 Feb. Bill to be reported, 2. Reported, 4. Report to be considered, 4, 5 & 8. Considered, 5 & 9. Bill to be ingrossed, 9. Petitions read; Bill passed, 12. House put Lords in mind thereof, 18.
-, - a Committee to prepare a Bill to vest in the Crown Estates forfeited in England, 16 Jan. Presented, 23. Order for reading, 25. Read, 26. Committed, 28 & 29. To be reported, 1 & 2 Feb. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 4. Passed, 12. House put Lords in mind of Bill, 18.
-, - Bill for quarterly Poll, ordered; Instruction relating to Officers of Ecclesiastical and Civil Courts, Clergymen, & c. 23 Jan. Bill read, 27. Committed, 28 Jan. 1, 2, 3, 4. 5, 6. 8. & 15 Feb. Report of Progress, 3 & 10 Feb. Bill to be reported, 10. Reported; appropriating Clause offered; Reading adjourned, 15. Clause withdrawn; Bill to be ingrossed, 16. Order for Third Reading, 17. Passed; Question, that Bill lie on the Table, Neg. 18. Bill agreed to by Lords; Royal Assent, 24.
-, - Bill to enable the Crown to make Leases of the Duchy of Cornwall, read, 1 Feb. Committed, 5. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 19. Passed, 22.
-, - Bill for borrowing Money on the Excise, ordered, 16 Feb. Read, 17. Order for Second Reading, 18. Committed, 22 & 23. Borrowing Clause ordered, 22.

Resolutions of the Committee of Supply disagreed to; viz. Relating to Charge of Dragoons, Foot-Soldiers, and Establishment in Ireland, 2 Jan.

Supremacy. Vide Ireland.

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

SALTASH new Writ, 4 Nov.

Saltpetre, Bill for Importation of it, ordered, 28 Jan. Read, 4 Feb. Committed, 6. Committees added, 13, 14. & 17 Feb. 3 & 7 Mar. Petitions against Bill, presented, and referred, 14 & 17 Feb. Order for sitting of Committee, 17 Feb.

Salwerp, Bill to make it navigable, ordered, 28 Jan. Presented, 3 Feb. Read, 10. Committed; Petition against Bill presented, and referred, 14. Bill reported, and re-committed, 3 Mar. Reported from Re-commitment, and to be ingrossed, 8. Passed, 9.

Sandwich, Earl of, Petition, 29 Dec. Vide Bridgewater.

Savery, Isaac, Petition for Bill to bear the Surname of Searle; Bill ordered, 7 Jan. Presented, 12. Read, 14. Committed; Petitions against Bill, presented, and referred, 21. Bill reported; Question for Ingrossment, Neg. 15 Feb.

Scawen, Sir Wm. and others, Petition, 10 Jan. Vide Greenland.

Scott. Vide Privileges.

Seamen, Bill for furnishing the Navy and Merchant Ships with them, read, 2 Dec. Committed, 8. Committees added, 10 & 12.
-, - Bill for raising them for the Navy, read, 6 Dec. Committed, 8.

Searle. Vide Savery, supra.

Sea-water, Petition for Bill to enlarge the Term for making it fresh; Bill ordered, 14 Dec. Presented, 4 Jan. Read, 9. Committed; Petition against Bill, presented, and referred, 4 Feb. Bill reported, and to be ingrossed, 24. Passed, 28.

Selyard, Robert, Petition, 12 Dec. Vide Crown Office.

Serges and Perpetuanas, Petition for Bill to prohibit Exportation of them, referred to the grand Committee for Trade, 6 Jan.

Serjeant sent with Mace to summon Members, 18 & 22 Nov. & 28 Jan.-to see a printed Book burnt by common Hangman, 23 Jan.-to bring Persons to House, 27 Feb.-to carry an Offender before Lord Chief Justice, 28.

Servants, Bill for regulating them, ordered, 2 Jan. Presented, 8 Feb.

Severn, Bill for Preservation of the Fishing thereof, presented, 7 Jan. Read; Question for Second Reading, Neg. 10.

Seymour, Edward, Bill, from Lords, to assure Lands to him, 15 Feb. Read, 17. Committed, 20. Reported, and passed, 24.
-, - Sir Edward. Vide Quarrel, and Privileges.

Shannon, Lord, Bill, from Lords, for settling his Estate, 9 Feb. Read, 17. Committed, 22. Reported, 25. Passed, 27.

Shapleigh, Robert, Petition for Bill to sell Lands; Question for Leave, Neg. 18 Jan.

Sheibell, Henry, Bill to naturalize him, and John Waldeck, read, 9 Dec. Parties take Oaths, 20, 21. & 29 Dec. & 3 Jan. Bill committed, 16. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 21. Passed, 2 Feb. Returned from Lords, with Amendments, 15. Amendments agreed to, 4 Mar.

Ships, defensible, Bill to encourage building them, ordered, 6 Jan. Read, 3 Feb. Committed, 7.
-, - List of such as are to be employed next Year, ordered, 1 Dec. Presented, 3.

Silk, thrown, Petition for Bill for Importation of Italian, Sicilian, and Naples, over Land, referred to a Committee, 11 Nov. Report-Bill ordered, 15. Presented, 18. Read, 19. Petitions against Bill, presented, and referred, 22 & 23 Nov. 7 & 15 Dec.; Question for Second Reading, Neg. 30 Nov. Bill committed, 7 Dec. Committees added, 10. 12. & 16. Bill to be reported, 31 Dec. & 3 Jan. Reported; Question for Ingrossment, Neg. 11.
-, - Throwers Petition, 23 Nov. Vide Silk, supra.

Silver. Vide Gold.

Sloane. Vide Ireland.

Smith. Vide Privileges.
-, - Sir Robert, Bill, from Lords, for Sale of Lands, and settling others to the same Uses, 9 Jan. Read, 21. Committed. 3 Feb. Reported, 3 Mar. Passed, with Amendments; Amendments agreed to by Lords, 8.
-, - Anthony, Petition, 24 Feb. Vide Bromhall.

Somerset, Petition from, 2 Dec. Vide Woollen.

Southampton County, new Writ, 17 Dec.

Speaker thanks Admiral Russell for his Courage and Conduct in a late Victory, 11 Nov.-with House and Mace, attends the King at Whitehall, 14 Nov. & 9 Mar.-to put King in mind of former Addresses, 8 Dec.-amends a Bill in the Chair, 6 Feb. -to issue Warrants for bringing Persons to House, 21.

Spectacle-makers Petition; Question for reading it, Neg. 19 Dec.

Stafford, Lieutenant. Vide Ireland.

Stevens, Wm. Bill from Lords, for selling Lands, 15 Feb. Read, 20. Committed, 23. Committees added, 25. Bill reported, 27. Read Third time; Question for passing, Neg. 1 Mar.

Suits, vexatious. Vide Kingdom.

Supply; Motion for it to be considered in a Committee of the whole House, 15 Nov. Considered; Report of Grant, 22. Consideration of it referred to a Committee of the whole House, 22. 25. & 29 Nov. 1. 3. 6. & 9 Dec. Estimates referred, 25 Nov. Instruction relating to Poll Act, 2 Dec. Considered, 29 Nov. 2, 3. 6. 9, & 10 Dec. Report of Progress, 6 Dec. Order for receiving Report, 29 Nov. & 9 Dec. Report of Resolutions relating to 33,010 Seamen-to the Sum for maintaining them, 1 Dec.-to the Sum for Charge of the Navy, including Ordnance, finishing a Naval Yard, and building new Ships, 2.-to make good the Deficiency of the Poll Act, 3,- to the Number of Land Forces-to the Sum for maintaining them-to the Charge of the Army, including extraordinary Charges of the War, 10.
-, - Accounts of Incomes and Issues of publick Money, presented, and to be considered in Committee of whole House, 15 Nov. Accounts of the Army in Ireland since the first of April, to be laid before the Committee, 2 Dec. Members to deliver Observations in writing, 14 Feb. Observations presented; Commissioners to have Copy, 16. Their Answer, 18. Observations and Answer to be considered, 22.

Ways and Means for raising the Supply: Previous Question for going into a Committee thereupon, Neg. 2 Dec. Question for deferring it, Neg. 4 Feb. To be considered in Committee of whole House, 10. 13. 15. 17. 20, & 21 Dec. 24 & 27 Jan. 2. 3. 6. 8. 10, 11. 15, 16, 17. & 21 Feb. Petitions and Report referred, 14 Dec. & 3 Feb. Considered, 13. 15. 17. & 21 Dec. 24 Jan. 3, 4. 6. 8. 10. 13. & 25 Feb. Report of Progress, 17 & 21 Dec. 24 Jan. 3. 6. 8. & 10 Feb. Order for receiving Report, 24 Jan. & 13 Feb. Report of Resolutions for a Land Tax,-for a Tax on personal Estates-for a Fund of 70,000£. per Annum, 15 Dec.-for additional Duty on foreign Amber-beads-rough Amber-Amber-oil-Anchovies-Soap-ashes-Cheques- Battery-Metal prepared for Battery-Books unbound-Lampblack-Boultill Raines-Glass Necklaces or Bracelets-Brass wrought-Brandy and Spirits-Buckrams-Hair Buttons- Bristles dressed, and undressed-Bacon-Calves-skins-Callico-Carpets-Catlings and Lustrings, and Scotch Coal-for reducing additional Impost on Coffee-Chocolate and Cocoanuts-for additional Duty on Canes-Rose-brick, Copper Coin, and cast Copper-Copper, part wrought, and fully wrought-Coral-beads, and polished Coral-Manufactures of Cotton except as excepted-Cowries-Currants and Raisins -Elephants Teeth-Flax rough and dressed-Tow-Flanel -Freez-Furs-counterfeit Gold and Silver Thread, and Wire-Goats Hair-Hides dressed and undressed-rough Hemp-Jewels-Indigo-Iron-Latten-Leather-Litmus- Lapis Calaminaris-Madder-Orchall-Pintadoes, not from East India or China-Pitch, not from British Plantations- Rice-Rosin, not from British Plantations-Salt-Silk thrown or wrought-Silk Ferret-Alamodes and Lustrings-Skins- Tar, not of British Plantations-Ticks, except Scotch- Thread outnall-Tapestry-Tape and Incle-Tea-Pantiles Dying-wood, except as excepted-Bees-wax-French Wines -all French Goods-Latten, Brass and Copper-wire-and on all Goods not particularly rated in the Book of Rates; further Consideration adjourned, 25 Jan. Resumed; Bill ordered thereupon, 27.-for a Charge on Joint Stocks-for continuing Duties on Wine, Vinegar, and Tobacco-for enlarging the Time for additional Duties on Brandy, & c.-for Review of Poll Act; Bills ordered thereupon, 15 Feb. Vide infra.-for continuing Duties on East-India Goods, wrought Silks, & c. 25.
-, - Book of Rates, and Balance of Trade, to be considered in a Committee, 18 Nov. Committees added, 30. Report of Resolutions, relating to Trade with France, referred to Committee on Ways and Means, 14 Dec.
-, - Motion for Continuance of Tonage and Poundage; Question, that House go into a Committee thereupon, Neg. 23 Feb.

Bills of Supply: Land Tax Bill ordered, 15 Dec. Read, 22. Committed, 23. 28. 30, & 31 Dec. 2, 3. 5, & 6 Jan. Question, that House go into a Committee, Neg. 23 Feb. Report of Progress, 28. 30, & 31 Dec. 2, 3. & 5 Jan. Lists of Commissioners ordered, 3. Some presented, and referred; Residue ordered; Clause of Credit ordered, 5. Bill to be reported, 6. Reported; Lists of particular Counties read; Consideration postponed; further Consideration of Report adjourned, 7. Resumed; Debate on a Clause adjourned; Clause of Appropriation ordered, 9. Debate resumed; Clause withdrawn; Clause of Appropriation presented; Bill to be ingrossed, 10. Passed, 12. Returned from Lords, with an Amendment; Amendment disagreed to; Committee to assign Reasons; Report; Conference to be desired, 17. Desired, and agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, and reported, 18. Another Conference, desired by Lords, agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, and reported; Royal Assent, 20.
-, - Excise Bill ordered, 15 Dec. Read, 10 Jan. Committed, 13, 14. & 16. Instructions, 13 & 16. Report of Progress, 14 & 16. Bill to be reported, 17. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 18. Passed, 20. Agreed to by Lords; Royal Assent, 26.
-, - Bill for taking, stating, and examining, the publick Accounts, ordered, 10 Jan. Presented, 13. Order for reading, 8 Feb. Read, 9. Order for Second Reading, 13. Committed, 14. To be reported, 17. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 20. Passed, 22. Agreed to by Lords, 27.
-, - Bill to enable the King to lease the Duchy of Cornwall, presented, 17 Jan. Read, 18. Committed, 23. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 9 Feb. Passed, 14. Returned from Lords, with Amendments; Amendments in part disagreed to; Committee to assign Reasons, 8 Mar. Conference to be desired, 9. Desired, and agreed to; Managers appointed; Conference held, and reported, 10.
-, - Bill for additional Impositions on Merchandize, and Clause relating to Brandy, ordered, 27 Jan. Read, 13 Feb. Committed, 14. To be reported, 15 & 17. Reported; Clause touching Excisemen, to be prepared by a Committee, Clauses of Loan and Appropriation to be prepared by a Committee; further Consideration of Bill adjourned, 18. Resumed; Clauses reported; Bill to be ingrossed, 20. Read Third time; Consideration adjourned, 23. Resumed; Bill passed, 24. Agreed to by Lords, 2 Mar.
-, - Bill to continue Duties on Wine, Vinegar, and Tobacco, ordered 15 Feb.
-, - Bill for charging joint Stocks, ordered, 15 Feb. Clause for continuing certain Impositions on Merchandize, and Clause of Credit, ordered, 25. Bill read, 28. Committed, 1 & 6 Mar. To be reported, 7. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 8. Passed, 9. Agreed to by Lords, 11.
-, - Bill for review of quarterly Poll, and Clause of Credit, ordered, 15 Feb. Presented, 22. Read, 24. Committed, 25 & 28 Feb. & 3 Mar. Committee impowered to add explanatory Clause, 25 Feb. Bill to be reported, 3 Mar. Reported, and to be ingrossed, 4. Passed, 8. Agreed to by Lords, 10.

Resolution of the Committee on Ways and Means disagreed to; viz. That an additional Duty of Three Shillings the Pound be laid, in lieu of all other Duties, on Coney-wool, 27 Jan.



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